AMC Transcript Thursday 7/24/08

All My Children Transcript Thursday 7/24/08

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Erica: Samuel.

Samuel: You know what? I'm sorry. You've got company. I should have called first.

Erica: No, actually there's nobody here but me.

Samuel: Oh, but you -- all the food, right?

Erica: I know. I still have enough to feed an army. Would you like to join me?

Samuel: Sure, if it's all right. Is there anything on the menu that you didn't order?

Erica: I couldn't help it, I just wanted it all.

Samuel: Well, I guess, you know, six months of eating prison food will do that to you.

Erica: But it's not just the prison food. Believe me, I mean, now that I'm free, Samuel, I just -- I want to experience everything. I just want to taste, feel, touch everything. Do you have any idea how I feel, what I mean? How that feels?

Samuel: I think I do.

Jack: Well, you're all right?

Greenlee: Yeah, I'm perfect. I didn't even have to stay the night in the hospital.

Jack: Hospital, you had to go to the hospital?

Greenlee: Yeah, oh, yeah. There was an ambulance, the whole nine.

Jack: Ok, what's wrong with this picture? My daughter gets knocked unconscious, alone in the boat drifting out to sea, ends up in the hospital, and this is the first I hear of it?

Greenlee: I'm sorry, I'm sorry. But in my defense, there's been a lot going on.

Jack: I'm afraid to ask. What else?

Greenlee: Aidan and I are back together.

Jack: Oh, but that's good news, right?

Greenlee: Yes, and Ryan got his memory back. Just in time, apparently, because Annie's pregnant.

Jack: Annie's pregnant?

Greenlee: Yep.

Jack: Wait a minute. Annie's pregnant with Ryan's child?

Greenlee: Mm-hmm, crazy, huh?

Jack: Yeah, a little more than crazy. I would have thought such a thing was impossible.

Greenlee: Yeah, you and the rest of the world.

Aidan: I haven't seen you since the --

Ryan: Ever since we found out Annie was pregnant, yeah.

Aidan: Right. I never said congratulations.

Ryan: Oh, thank you very much.

Aidan: Must have come as a bit of a shock to you, no?

Ryan: Yeah, considering I didn't even think it was possible, it was a pretty big shock, yeah.

Aidan: So, what happened then there, mate?

Ryan: Well, that's what I'm going to have to find out. Somebody's lying, and I want to find out who that is.

[Phone rings as Annie's setting up her nanny cam]

Annie: Colby, hi.

Colby: Hey, Annie, I didn't want you to think that I bailed on you. My friend Cass and I will be in there in like, two minutes.

Annie: Just Cass? Um, you know you are welcome to bring whoever you want?

Colby: Yeah, I know. It's just going to be the two of us.

Annie: Ok, great. Well, we'll see you soon then. Oh, and Colby, thanks for agreeing to babysit on such short notice.

Colby: Yeah, no problem, bye. You ready for this?

Cassandra: No. Look, maybe we should just back out.

Colby: We can't.

Cassandra: Dude, Annie is Richie's sister. We killed her brother.

Colby: Exactly why we need to babysit.

Annie: There you go. You are going to help me get away with murder.

Frankie: What happened? I went to the shelter, and they said you split.

Randi: Fletcher found me.

Frankie: See, I knew it. Did he hurt you?

Randi: He just wanted to talk. Make sure I was clear about a few things.

Frankie: Like what?

Randi: Like that I'm trash, ok? I didn't know where to go, so I came here.

Frankie: Listen, you're going to be safe at the shelter now, Randi.

Randi: Yeah, right.

Frankie: No, I spoke with the staff. I told them all about Fletcher.

Randi: What -- why?

Frankie: Because I knew something like this was going to happen. That guy is crazy. He's dangerous. I gave them a description and told them to call the police if they ever saw him sniffing around. So, listen, he's not going to come anywhere close to you, I promise.

Randi: Don't make promises you can't keep, ok, Doc?

Frankie: Who said I wasn't going to keep my promise?

Randi: No one ever does.

Frankie: I do. I do. This Fletcher, man, he really got you, don't he?

Randi: I mean, the guy's right.

Frankie: No, he's not right. He's wrong.

Randi: Look, you can flash all the mirrors you want in front of me. But if you want to know something, I'm a prostitute, Frankie. Today, tomorrow, always.

Frankie: But it does not have to be that way. God, won't you... Look, what is it going to take for you to stop seeing yourself through that bastard's eyes and take one look through mine?

Jake: There it is.

Angie: Hey, you just coming on?

Jake: Hey, yeah, you?

Angie: No, I'm on my way home. I just needed a quick caffeine boost. It's been a long day.

Jake: Tell me about it. I have so many patients, my head is spinning off my body. Do you know if there's any interns around?

Angie: I don't think so. We're short staffed today.

Jake: Oh, that is fantastic.

Angie: There's always the volunteer program.

Jake: What's the volunteer program?

Angie: Your dad started it a few months ago. Each doctor is matched with a volunteer. Ended up being a win-win for everyone. We get help with charts and other organizational stuff while the intern gets to learn from a brilliant mind such as yourself.

Jake: I do have a brilliant mind, don't I?

[Angie laughs]

Jake: All right, so, you know, sign me up.

Angie: Let me try to think if there's anyone available. Oh, you know what? Frankie was matched up with a great volunteer. I'm sure he'd be willing to share.

Jake: I would certainly hope so, I was that punk nerd's mentor.

Angie: Hey, watch it. That punk nerd is my son.

Jake: All right, so the volunteer thing, I need names, I need numbers, I need the info.

Angie: Uh, Colby Chandler. What am I talking about? Of course, you know who she is. She's practically Tad's stepdaughter.

Jake: You know, I've been doing this for a couple of years. I'll be fine on my own, thank you.

Angie: No, why should you? Listen, I think I've got Colby's number in here.

Jake: You hear what I said? I'm not interested. You hear me?

Jack: Guess the vasectomy didn't take.

Greenlee: No, that's the weirdest part. Ryan went to the clinic and found out that the vasectomy was never performed. I guess there was some big lawsuit going on.

Jack: Yeah, I would imagine.

Greenlee: What?

Jack: You seem awfully calm about this.

Greenlee: Why wouldn't I be?

Jack: You sure you're ok with this?

Greenlee: Why does everyone keep asking me that, like I'm going to break or something?

Jack: Greenlee, you left town because you couldn't have Ryan's baby.

Greenlee: Yeah, and since then he's become a dad twice.

Jack: Yeah, but this is a little bit different, don't you think?

Greenlee: Ryan and I will always be connected. That's just the way it is. But that doesn't mean that we were meant to be.

Jack: Ok.

Greenlee: Why do you say it like that?

Jack: Like what?

Greenlee: Ok, like you don't believe me.

Jack: Honey, I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I just want you to be happy.

Greenlee: I am. I thought you were happy that I was back with Aidan.

Jack: I am, I am.

Greenlee: Then what's with all the Ryan talk?

Jack: I think you deserve it all.

Greenlee: Finally. I've been trying to convince you of that for years.

Jack: Well, you know what? I mean it, you do deserve the great job, the friends, the family. And you deserve that once in a lifetime, knock you off your feet love. And if it's Aidan, you know what? I couldn't be happier. But honey, if it's Ryan, you need to do something about that.

Man: Excuse me, I'm not on the ninth floor, am I?

Colby: This is the penthouse. Nine is one floor down.

Man: I guess I got turned around. Thank you.

Colby: Yeah, no problem.

Cassandra: Did that guy look familiar to you?

Colby: Uh, no, why?

Cassandra: Because I swear I saw him at B.J.'s.

Colby: So, it's right down the street.

Cassandra: But I felt like he was watching us.

Colby: You've been watching one too many horror flicks.

Cassandra: Why would I need to watch? We're living one, remember?

Colby: He knows what we did this summer? Come on.

Annie: Hey, guys, come on in.

Colby: Hey.

Annie: Hey, I'm so glad you both could make it.

Colby: Yeah, yeah, sure.

Cassandra: Yeah, I'm happy we could help.

Annie: You must be Cass, I'm Annie.

Cassandra: Hi.

Annie: Well, guys, have a seat.

Colby: Ok.

Erica: What brings you here, Samuel?

Samuel: I wanted to see how you are adjusting to the real world again.

Erica: Oh, well, as you can see, I'm adjusting just fine.

Samuel: I also wanted to ask you about this incident with this inmate, Sable, her name was?

Erica: Oh, her, nothing.

Samuel: Well, she held a shiv to you, didn't she?

Erica: Not for long.

Samuel: Yeah, you did manage to flip that around, didn't you? Erica, you look incredible.

Erica: Oh, thank you, I'm not even dressed.

Samuel: No, like I said, you, you look incredible.

Erica: Thank you.

Samuel: I ran into a friend of yours earlier. This woman, a character, this lady.

Erica: Oh, you must mean Opal. A lot of people refer to her as a character.

Samuel: Yeah, I was surprised she even knew who I was.

Erica: Well, you are running for the United States Senate, Samuel, and you were on my show.

Samuel: Yes, but it seemed like it was more than that. I mean, it was like, kind of like someone was telling her personal stuff about me. You wouldn't know anything about that would you, Erica?

Erica: So, what else did Opal have to say?

Samuel: She said I didn't get her vote.

Erica: Oh, really, why not?

Samuel: She had already cast it. For Jackson.

Greenlee: The only man I want is Aidan.

Jack: You're sure about that?

Greenlee: Positive.

Jack: I'm glad to hear that, because the last thing I wanted for you is to see you get sucked back into the drama that is Ryan Lavery.

Greenlee: No suckage here. I promise.

Jack: Good.

Greenlee: Aidan is the guy, Dad. I love him, he loves me. And I really am ok with the whole Annie being pregnant thing. I mean, I don't even want kids.

Jack: Really? When did you decide that?

Greenlee: I don't know if I ever did. I mean, back when I was with Ryan, I thought a baby was the answer. So, I convinced myself I wanted children, but deep down I don't think I ever did.

Jack: There's a great deal of irony there. I mean, it was exactly the opposite with Ryan, wasn't it?

Greenlee: Exactly. So, I'm perfectly ok with Annie being pregnant, because look at him. Ryan is like the best dad I know. Present company excluded, of course.

Jack: Naturally. So, the Laverys are back on track?

Greenlee: They will be once Annie starts acting normal again, and Ryan comes out of shock.

Ryan: Yeah, Annie and I went to the clinic and there was just something off.

Aidan: Off how?

Ryan: I don't know exactly, just off. I mean, they said that there were other guys that didn't receive their vasectomies.

Aidan: Smells like a lawsuit to me.

Ryan: Tell me about it. 20 of us in total.

Aidan: So, how come no one contacted you?

Ryan: Well, that's just the thing. They said that they did. They said that they sent tons of documents to me.

Aidan: Well, you haven't moved.

Ryan: No, I haven't. I mean, I stayed at the Yacht Club for a little bit, but I never forwarded my mail.

Aidan: You never received a phone call, not even an e-mail?

Ryan: Nothing, absolutely nothing. If I got any correspondence about this, I would have paid attention to it for sure.

Aidan: And did the clinic fail to contact anybody else?

Ryan: I was the only one.

Aidan: This is bizarre.

Ryan: Yeah, tell me about it. It's very bizarre. I mean, honestly, I don't even, I don't know what to make out of any of it.

Aidan: Even the part where your wife ended up pregnant.

Colby: Congratulations.

Annie: Thank you, thanks. Ryan and I are thrilled. It's just a lot with everything else that's going on right now. You guys heard about my brother, right?

Colby: Yeah, it's awful.

Cassandra: We're really sorry.

Annie: Thanks, I just can't believe he was run down like that. Left in the middle of the road like an animal. I mean, I know he did horrible things, but he was still my brother, and I still loved him.

Cassandra: Of course, you did.

Annie: You just always think you have more time, you know?

Colby: Time for what?

Annie: To make things right, start over. I mean, our family was messed up. More messed up than other families, but I guess I just always thought that Richie and I would, um, would get a second chance.

Angie: What's up with you? You have a problem with the volunteer program?

Jake: Why would I have a problem with a volunteer program?

Angie: Well, why are you biting my face off?

Jake: I just said I'm not interested, that's what I said. I'm not just, that's what I said.

Angie: Is it Colby? Do you have a problem with her?

Jake: No, I have a problem with her father.

Angie: Oh, sweetheart, get in line.

Jake: You really don't know?

Angie: No, I guess not.

Jake: I just thought everybody in this town knew everybody's business.

Angie: Well, you know, you have to remember that I was gone for a long while. So, come on, let's have it. You have a beef with Adam?

Jake: Something like that, something like that.

Angie: Ok, so where does Colby Chandler fit in?

Jake: There was a time that Colby Chandler was Colby Martin, and I thought she was my daughter.

Frankie: Look at me. Hey, look, look at me. What do you see?

Randi: A doctor who's supposed to be smart, right? But he's not.

Frankie: Why not?

Randi: Because he's wasting his time, his energy on a girl like me. What do you think? You're the first person to try to save me, Doctor Hubbard? The first guy who's picked up poor Randi on the streets, and thought, gee, she's better than that.

Frankie: Randi, you are better than that.

Randi: What's your deal, Frankie, huh? I already know what Mommy thinks. You got momma issues? You want to stick it to her? Or is it that you want this for free?

Frankie: See, that's cute. That's real cute, tough girl act that you're putting on, but you know what? I'm not buying one shred of it.

Randi: Damn. I got to step my game up then.

Frankie: You know, Randi, the truth is you're so damn scared you can hardly see straight.

Randi: Scared of what?

Frankie: Of what comes next. You keep holding on to Fletcher and what he says and who he says you are, because you're too terrified to figure out for yourself.

Annie: So, call my cell phone if you need anything at all. And please, please make yourself at home, ok?

Colby: Ok, bye.

Annie: Bye.

Colby: Make ourselves at home goes beyond awkward.

Cassandra: It's horrible. I feel so bad for her. Do you think we were acting weird?

Colby: Everybody acts weird when someone dies, right?

Annie: Ok, girls. Start talking.

Ryan: Obviously, I haven't had a chance to really process Annie being pregnant.

Aidan: Yeah, with getting your memory back and everything.

Ryan: Mm-hmm. Just trying to make sense of everything going on in my head right now, you know?

Aidan: It doesn't really help having a quack doctor lawsuit bringing up more questions does it?

Ryan: No, it doesn't. But don't get me wrong, all right? I'm obviously, I'm thrilled about having another kid, about becoming a dad again.

Aidan: Two great kids, another one on the way.

Ryan: Who would have thought? The guy who didn't want to have kids all of a sudden is going to have a whole reality show of them.

Aidan: Well, sometimes you just can't plan for the future.

Ryan: No, in my case, definitely not. I'm a very lucky guy. I mean, what guy doesn't want to have kids, right?

Aidan: Well, sometimes it's just not in the cards.

Ryan: Hey, man, I mean, Greenlee could easily change her mind.

Jack: Are you really ok with this not having kids thing?

Greenlee: Yes, done deal. I am happy without kids, and Aidan is just happy with me. What about you? Let's talk about your love life.

Jack: Oh, no, no, no, no, no. We're not having that conversation.

Greenlee: Oh, oh, what? My life is fair game and yours is off limits? I don't think so.

Jack: All right, all right, all right. So, what do you want to know?

Greenlee: Well, have you dated anyone since Erica's been in prison?

Jack: Well, um --

Greenlee: I'll take that as a no. Dad, I am so lucky to have Aidan, and I want you to have someone, too.

Jack: Even if it's Erica?

Greenlee: I'd prefer anyone but. However, that doesn't seem to be an option.

Jack: Why not?

Greenlee: She spent almost five months in the slammer, and you just waited around like a lovesick puppy.

Jack: Wow, is that, is that how you really see me?

Greenlee: Is Erica who you really want? Then why did you let her be rescued by Mr. Big Time Attorney, Sam Woods?

Samuel: Am I intruding? Should I back up and let you and Jackson be together?

Erica: Opal and Jack are very good friends. It really just makes perfect sense that Opal would be protective of him.

Samuel: Now, that is not an answer, Miss Kane.

Erica: Jack and I are divorced.

Samuel: Mm-hmm. Well, that doesn't mean you don't have feelings for the guy.

Erica: Well, of course, I have feelings for him. I always have and I always will. But life just has a way of getting in the way for us, and so we're not together now. In fact, we're just, we're in very different places. I, especially, am in a very different place.

Samuel: What place would that be?

Erica: Well, I think being trapped in that prison for so long, and then, and then released I feel like -- I don't know how I feel. Reborn, like everything is new. Even things I've done a million times.

Samuel: A million times.

Erica: So much to discover and rediscover, Samuel. I just don't even know where to start.

Samuel: I think that, I think I could point you in the right direction.

[Knock on door]

Randi: I'm scared of what happens next?

Frankie: Yeah.

Randi: Who the hell isn't? At least with Fletcher, I know what to expect.

Frankie: What, another beat down? And another beat down and another beat down? Telling you that you're nothing, that your life amounts to nothing? Come on.

Randi: Look, I owe him, ok? He's had my back when it mattered.

Frankie: Well, good for him. You know, we'll throw him a parade.

Randi: Shh.

Frankie: But that does not give him the right to slap you, to beat you, to have you working the streets.

Randi: It's better than the alternative.

Frankie: And what is that? What is that, mm, oh, trusting someone. Taking the chance that someone might believe in you? How is that worse than where you are right now?

Randi: How many times I got to tell you? This is what I know.

Frankie: What you know? You know fractures, you know bruises, you know head trauma. Randi, what you know, what you think you know, that makes you feel worthless.

Randi: What can I say? The truth hurts.

Frankie: No, Fletcher hurts. He hurts. He hurts you. And as for the truth, man, you've barely begun to scratch the surface.

Jake: Well, look at you. You're not going to leave until you get all up in my business.

Angie: Not a chance. You know how nosy I am.

Jake: Well, all right. Well, this is the story about Liza Colby. You see that? Now, I know you have a history with her, but you wanted to know.

Angie: All right, all right, my bad. Go ahead.

Jake: Liza wanted to get pregnant, right? And I donated my -- my stuff, my -- my --

Angie: Your stuff? What are we, shy all of the sudden?

Jake: I don't like the "S" word. You know, my -- my stuff. And she agreed, under one condition. That I wouldn't be the father.

Angie: Well, how does that work?

Jake: She wanted to raise, you know, she wanted the child on her own.

Angie: And you were ok with that?

Jake: Well, you know, at that moment I wasn't in the market for a child. But then when she became pregnant, and it became a reality --

Angie: It was a whole different story.

Jake: I found myself feeling invested.

Angie: In Liza?

Jake: She understood because I was the biological father, and then, all of a sudden, I started to feel like I wanted to be a dad.

Angie: Except you weren't.

Jake: Adam Chandler, the sweetheart that he is, bought the stuff bank that, you know --

Angie: What?

Jake: And he switched my sample, my thing, with his.

Angie: Oh, my God.

Jake: He is really good at keeping a secret, because Colby was about a year old when I found out the truth.

Angie: A year?

Jake: Mm-hmm.

Angie: Plenty of time for you to fall in love with her.

Jake: Oh, absolutely, like I said, I was invested.

Angie: Oh, Jake, I'm really sorry that you had to go through that.

Jake: Just as I was about to get ready for that whole idea of fatherhood, and the rug gets pulled out from under me, along with the little girl.

Colby: Emma is taking a serious nap, huh?

Cassandra: Yeah-huh.

Colby: So what should we do? You want to watch a movie? Hey, Cass.

Cassandra: What? It's just -- look, I can't stop thinking about Annie's face.

Colby: Try, ok?

Cassandra: She was really very sad. And it's really weird, Colby, being here.

Colby: Well, we are, so can you please just deal with it?

Cassandra: What do you think Richie was like?

Colby: Oh, my God, how are you still talking about this?

Cassandra: Well, how are you not?

Colby: I'm begging you, please, can we talk about anything else? Like boys. Dre.

Erica: Thank you. Oh, these gifts are for my family and friends. Ah, this is for Ian.

Samuel: Nice, nice.

Erica: And this is for Spike.

Samuel: Mm-hmm.

Erica: And this is for Opal, and this is for Josh, and this one is for you.

Samuel: What, I rank high enough to get a little gift, too?

Erica: Well, I said family and friends, remember?

Samuel: Well, hey, thank you, friend. Let's see what we've got. Uh-huh, uh-huh, aha.

Erica: Do you like it?

Samuel: Oh, yeah.

Erica: I really do think that purple is your color.

Samuel: Well, hey, let's -- I feel like Prince. Look here. Can I?

Erica: Please, please. Here, let me help you with this. So, how does it feel?

Samuel: Well, it's not tied yet, so --

Erica: Oh.

Samuel: I don't know.

Erica: Oh, of course.

Samuel: Mm-hmm. Collar up.

Erica: This under.

Samuel: Let's get it right now.

Erica: Ok, yes, you could try this tie on. Ok, all right. Am I close enough? Can you tell me now how it feels?

Samuel: Yeah. It feels really nice. It feels really amazing.

Jack: Greenlee, there's no competition between Sam Woods and me.

Greenlee: Oh, you both just want the same woman.

Jack: Who in the hell said that?

Greenlee: Am I wrong? Dad, this is unacceptable. Do you love Erica?

Jack: You know what? We'll always be connected.

Greenlee: Yeah, yeah, yeah, that's your great stock answer, but do you love her?

Jack: Greenlee, I -- I guess I always had, you know? But that doesn't mean we belong together. It's like you said about you and Ryan.

Greenlee: I don't want Ryan anymore. I want Aidan. See, that's called a choice. Now it's your turn.

Jack: To make a choice?

Greenlee: It's go big or go home.

Jack: Wow, who says?

Greenlee: Me. I happen to think that you deserve it all, too.

Jack: Thanks.

Greenlee: The real deal, not some half-baked, on-again, off-again relationship. If you want Erica, you have to go for it.

Jack: Wow, I'm glad I have this thing to lean against. Did you actually just tell me you want me to be with Erica?

Greenlee: I'll deny it to the grave. Hey, you convinced me to give Aidan another shot, remember?

Jack: Yeah.

Greenlee: This is me returning the favor.

Aidan: So, Greenlee spoke to you about not wanting to have kids? So then you know that she's not going to change her mind on the subject?

Ryan: Maybe not.

Aidan: Well, now, I'm ok with it. Greenlee's all the family that I need.

Ryan: Well, that's great, man. It is. It's good. I'm just saying I wouldn't rule out the possibility of your family getting bigger. I mean, Greenlee has been known to change her mind.

Aidan: Are we speaking about the same woman here?

Ryan: I mean, I know she's stubborn as hell.

Aidan: Compromise is not exactly in Greenlee's vocabulary.

Ryan: Oh, I don't know. It's happened. I mean, look at her and Kendall, right? I mean, Greenlee hated Kendall to begin with.

Aidan: True.

Ryan: And what about the thing that she changed her mind about the most, and that was with you, man? She swore up and down that she would never forgive you, and she did. So it's got to count for something, right? Anyway, I'm not here to talk about Greenlee, obviously. I just want you to check into Dr. Cooper's office and find out why I was never contacted, ok?

Aidan: Sure. I'll do that.

Jack: I give up. Who are you, really? What did you do with my daughter? I want her back.

Greenlee: Get used to it. It's the new and improved moi.

Jack: Since when did you become so happy-happy, wanting the world to be happy, too?

Greenlee: Since I got back with Aidan, where I belong. And since I almost died three times --

Jack: Hey.

Greenlee: In one year.

Jack: Please don't remind me, huh?

Greenlee: It's time to put the past in the past and move forward. Otherwise, what's the point? You're not really living at all. What do you say? Are you with me?

Jack: You bet I am.

Erica: You're taking quite a risk, coming to my hotel room like this, you know?

Samuel: That's a matter of opinion.

Erica: So there's an opinion about me being shared. You've given this a lot of thought.

Samuel: That's my problem. I can't stop thinking about it. I can't stop thinking about you.

Erica: Getting involved with me, isn't there a chance that could ruin your campaign?

Samuel: Possibly. My manager thinks you're a wild card.

Erica: Wild card? I can't actually deny that.

Samuel: Erica, I am not here for what anyone else thinks. I'm here because I care about you. I told you that before, and I couldn't do anything about it at the detention center.

Erica: No, making a move on a prisoner is even worse than a wild card. I'm not a prisoner anymore.

Samuel: No. You're not.

Randi: You want to know the truth?

Frankie: Please.

Randi: The truth is, Frankie, you're in way over your head. You need to forget you ever saw Fletcher, but most importantly, you need to forget me.

Frankie: I can't do that. Yeah, I just checked. It ain't going to happen. Because I see something in you, Randi, and not just a victim that I need to save, but a woman that I respect and that I want to help.

Randi: You don't know what Fletcher's capable of, ok?

Frankie: Man, I ain't worried about Fletcher. I can handle him. I've been up against a lot worse, trust me.

Randi: I just -- I don't want to see --

Frankie: You don't want to see what?

Randi: Just watch your back, ok? Fletcher has a nasty way about sneaking up on people.

Frankie: Let me worry about Fletcher, ok? All you need to do is concentrate on the rest of your life.

Colby: What are you looking at?

Cassandra: This picture. It's got to be Annie and Richie when they were little kids.

Colby: How about a Disney movie? That way if Emma wakes up, she can watch, too.

Cassandra: Colby, he was someone's brother, ok? Annie's brother, Emma's uncle. And don't you think about it, that night?

Colby: Stop it, Cass.

Cassandra: Because I do all the time. I mean, one different choice and Richie Novak could still be --

[Door opens]

Ryan: Hey, babysitters.

Colby: Hi, Ryan. Uh, Emma's just napping.

Ryan: Any problems?

Colby: Nope, everything's all cool. Yep.

Angie: Wow. Babe, no wonder you don't want to be around Colby. It must be incredibly hard for you to even see her. Does she have any idea of what happened back then?

Jake: No, I think being Adam Chandler's daughter is hard enough for her. I don't think she needs to deal with this, as well.

Angie: Yeah, but you must still feel connected, somehow.

Jake: One minute she was my daughter, and then she wasn't. What are you going to do? I'll see you around.

Angie: Jake, is there more? I guess so.

Angie: Oh, hey, sweetheart.

Cassandra: Hey, Mommy.

Angie: How was babysitting?

Cassandra: It was ok. Oh, Mommy, something really weird happened.

Angie: What, baby, what's wrong?

Cassandra: Ok, there was this guy and I saw him looking at us at B.J.'s, and then he was at the Laverys' apartment building. And I just saw him again on my way home. I think I'm being followed.

Frankie: By who, a man?

Cassandra: Yeah.

Angie: Well, well, did he get too close? I mean, did he try to touch you?

Cassandra: No, he was just always there.

Frankie: Wait, what'd this guy look like?

Cassandra: He was white, tall, like greasy hair. I don't know, kind of skeevy looking.

Frankie: Fletcher.

[Randi gets a message on her phone: "You can run, but you can't hide."]

Erica: I can't believe I'm still wearing this. I really should go and put on some real clothes.

Samuel: Well, can I help you with your zipper?

Erica: Doesn't have a zipper.

Samuel: Well, then, come here, now. That would theoretically make my job a lot, lot easier. It would.

[Sam and Erica kiss while a photographer takes their picture]

Jack: What the hell are you doing?

Singer: Today I felt like I was out of luck and I felt like giving up

Jake: Sorry. No, I was hogging.

Woman: Sorry, no, it's my fault.

Singer: Something inside doesn't let me be call it a dream calling me I pick myself up and keep going and when the rain is pouring down

Ryan: Ok, ok.

Singer: I keep going and I do 'cause I can

[Cell phone rings]

Aidan: Hello.

Greenlee: Hey, it's me.

Aidan: Hey, gorgeous. What are you up to?

Greenlee: Just thinking about us. I wanted to hear your voice and tell you I love you.

Aidan: What a coincidence, because I love you, too.

Singer: No, I won't give up

Ryan: Hey, what are you doing?

Singer: I won't give up

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