All My Children Transcript Tuesday 8/5/08
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Krystal: You want some hot chocolate, some ice cream?
Colby: Just a kick in the butt.
Tad: Don't you think you've had enough of that today?
Colby: How could I be so stupid?
Krystal: It was an accident, Colby. And we're going to get it straightened out.
Colby: How? Dré was arrested. Cass is a mess because of me.
Tad: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa -- slow down, slow down. The fact is all kinds of bad decisions got us here.
Colby: I'm the one who got stupid drunk. I ruined another birthday party and forced three of us to be on the road that night. Now Dré is in jail, and Dad -- it's -- it's all on me.
Tad: You know, your father is in jail because of what he did. Not because of you.
Adam: Will you get me the hell out of here?
Barry: I'm having the money wired. As soon as it hits, you'll make bail, you'll be free.
Adam: Damn, damned Hubbard. He arrested me for protecting my daughter.
J.R.: Well, not to mention the obstruction of justice, hindering an arrest, false reporting --
Barry: And possible unsworn falsification in regard to the stolen car.
J.R.: Yes, Dad, way to show the board you're competent.
Adam: Are you going to use this against me?
J.R.: It's a gift. But I'll hold off. Colby comes first.
Jesse: Sam, I'm really sorry about how this all went down. Dré's a good kid.
Samuel: He's the best. He broke the law.
Jesse: Well, he stepped up.
Samuel: Yeah, I feel like if I hadn't been so wrapped up in my campaign, man, I could have seen this coming. I could've, you know, listened more, talked a little less and maybe this would have played out differently.
Jesse: Oh, come on, man. I'm living with Cassandra. She never gave up a thing. So we help them out, right? We -- we fix this.
Samuel: We try, right?
Jesse: Yeah. I'm going to check on Dré -- make sure they're finished processing him, ok?
Samuel: Thank you, brother.
Erica: Samuel --
Ryan: So, for sure, Annie and the baby are completely fine?
Jake: For the 17th time, yes.
Ryan: For sure?
Jake: That's 18.
Annie: I was so scared, Ryan. I thought I really could lose our baby.
Ryan: It was just a scare, all right? Can I get her out of here, please?
Jake: Absolutely. I'll start the paperwork. You really were very lucky this time.
Annie: We are.
Jake: Ok, I'm, uh -- just wanted to tell you, I don't want to see you in here until the happy day, ok? Blood sugar high, stress level low.
Annie: You got it.
Annie: Finally, everything's ok again. We can put all the bad stuff behind us. We can start living our life, Ryan. Our dream life.
[Camera shutter clicks as Dré is photographed by the police]
Annie: It's a miracle. Isn't it? Another miracle.
Ryan: So I thought -- I thought you were home. Where were you -- where were you going?
Annie: I left some work at Fusion.
Ryan: Oh. So what happened, you just passed out?
Annie: Yeah, I mean, I've just been really stressed lately, and I -- I guess I forgot to eat.
Ryan: Well, I'm going to have to make sure that you eat every hour on the hour if that's what I have to do, ok? Is it still apple sauce that you're craving, chunky apple sauce?
Annie: Oh, yeah. That's right.
Ryan: All right.
Annie: Thank you. You're so good to me. I love you.
Ryan: I'll be right back, ok?
Annie: We're going to be so happy, Ryan. You'll see. You will love me and your children so much you will forget all about Greenlee. Hi, is this Rachael? Oh, I didn't know you were filling in for her tonight. Um, this is Annie Lavery. I'm Emma's mom. Hi. Um, listen, I'm in the emergency room, and -- no, everything's fine. It was just a little accident, but, um, I'm going to need you to bring Emma here. Ok? Zach and Kendall are home, right? Wonderful. Ok, we'll see you soon. Thank you so much. Hi. What's wrong?
Ryan: That was Jesse. Dré Woods has been arrested for Richie's hit-and-run.
Dré: Dad, I'm sorry.
Samuel: Hey, hey, hey, listen, all right? I'm right here. We're going to go through this together. I'm really proud of you. You stood up. Ok?
Jesse: Let's get you ready to meet with your lawyer, ok?
Samuel: Here I am -- I'm the law-and-order candidate. When this all happened, all I wanted to do was find a way around the charges, a technicality, a loophole, anything to get my son off. And you know what he wanted to do, Erica? Stand up no matter what the consequences were.
Erica: He learned courage from his father.
Samuel: Or maybe I'm learning courage from him.
Samuel: Oh, no, no. It's the campaign. I can't hear about numbers, stuff like that right now. I want to thank you for coming. You didn't have to. I appreciate that.
Erica: Well, I know what it's like when your children are in trouble. If there's anything I can do --
Adam: You're sure the situation is being handled?
Barry: Which situation, you or, uh, --
Adam: Colby, damn it. The car.
Barry: I told you. It's in pieces the size of kibble.
Adam: Shh -- is it untraceable?
Barry: Of course.
J.R.: Guys, guys -- maybe you shouldn't be discussing the laws you broke in a police station.
Adam: I wouldn't be here if Hubbard had any sense.
J.R.: Dad, you lied to the police. What were you thinking?
Adam: Since when do you start objecting to my finessing the system? What about the time I, uh, I slept with that judge to get you out from under all those drug charges?
Barry: Oh, listen, I think I'll go check on your bail. I'll be back.
Adam: A little bit of obfuscation half a dozen times when in the arena of saving your neck.
J.R.: Yeah, well, you know what, Dad? You messed up this time. You made Colby's situation worse.
Adam: No, no, Hubbard made it worse. Colby wasn't driving. She was a passenger. She was a victim.
J.R.: Oh, really? Does that make you a victim, too?
Adam: Are you going to use this against me? Don't do it because, remember, I still have that tape.
J.R.: I didn't break any laws by telling the press that you were carted off to Oak Haven.
Adam: So you would use this against me?
J.R.: I'm your son.
Adam: Colby is my daughter. She's your sister. Instead of slamming me, how about help me help her.
Colby: I never should have listened to my dad. I know that. It was just stupid.
Tad: Everybody knows how much your father loves you. You trusted him to do what's best for you.
Krystal: Adam can be a hard person to say no to.
Colby: It's bad enough my friends are in trouble because of me, but my dad's lies have made it worse for everyone. All I had to do was step up. Yeah, it would have sucked, but it wouldn't be nearly as bad as it is now.
Tad: Because of you? What about Dré and Cass? Hmm, they were there, too. Nobody forced them to keep quiet, but they chose to.
Colby: To protect their families. I just kept quiet to protect me and my dad's stupid family company.
Tad: Honey, life is complicated, ok? You screwed up, you know. And it's going to tough. There are going to be consequences that won't be so easy to deal with. But the fact is you will, because you're a good kid.
Colby: Maybe I shouldn't have moved back in with Dad.
Krystal: If you want to move back in with us --
Tad: You're always welcome.
Colby: I don't know what I want. I'm -- I'm just tired.
Krystal: Why don't you just crash in the guest room until J.R. gets here, ok?
Colby: I'm so sorry.
Krystal: Oh, honey. You just sleep well, ok?
Tad: Aw, chin up. It's going to be ok. I promise. Now would be a good time for you to tell me what the hell happened between you and Adam.
Krystal: The last thing I wanted to do is go along with Adam.
Tad: But you did. And I thought we were past this.
Krystal: I'm sorry.
Tad: Well, "I'm sorry's" not working for me right now. We both know who Adam is, what he's capable of doing. And this whole fiasco is -- is one more case in point, but it seems like every time I turn around you're right there by his side. You were right there with him.
Krystal: I was not right there with him, Tad. I walked in on a situation I had no control over, and all I wanted to do was -- all I wanted to do was help Colby.
Tad: How's that working for you?
Krystal: You don't know how hard I tried -- begged Adam to go to the police. I knew how much this was going to be crushing Colby.
Tad: All these conversations -- did you ever stop to think you could have one with me? That you -- that you could talk to your husband?
Krystal: Tad, you have every right to be angry with me.
Tad: Honey, I don't know that I'm angry, ok? I don't know what I am. The only thing I do know is that every single time Adam spins another lie, the first people that get hurt are his children. Skye, Hayley, J.R., Colby, all of them. You and I built this marriage -- we built this home on the idea that we could protect our family. Now, whether Adam likes it or not, J.R. and Colby are our family. Now, I'm not saying that, you know, he doesn't love his kids. I'm just saying it's our job to protect them, because he does love them. Together, I thought we could do that. Was I wrong?
J.R.: I could have fixed this in the beginning.
Adam: How, by pushing concrete and scaffolding over on her?
J.R.: No. If you would have clued me in a long time ago.
Adam: You were just too busy trying to steal my company.
J.R.: You were talking to ghosts.
Adam: All right, that -- that's enough. Let's -- let's put that behind us.
J.R.: For now.
Adam: Yeah. Colby is what's important. Colby's what matters.
J.R.: Yeah, absolutely.
Adam: She could still face charges. Uh, underage drinking -- God knows what else. Will you help me, work together, to make her feel loved and safe?
J.R.: Look, Dad, it's a little hard to do that in a war zone.
Adam: We can end that.
J.R.: Is this a move? Using Colby to get me to back down, then you pull out the knives?
Adam: You're already down, son. The board has sided with me.
J.R.: You see, this -- you and me going head-to-head -- that's a problem.
J.R.: Because Colby -- it's killing her.
Adam: All right, we have to stop fighting. We're together. We've always been stronger that way, you and me. Put forth for our family and for the business.
J.R.: While it lasts.
Adam: If we keep fighting, we could lose everything. And I will not lose Colby. Will you help me? Because I can't lose you, either.
Samuel: Jackson, thank you for coming.
Erica: You've chosen well. Dré is in wonderful hands.
Samuel: My son is determined to take this all the way. He wants to protect his friends.
Jack: I'll make sure he is protected.
Samuel: I appreciate that.
Jack: Chief. Congratulations, I might add.
Jesse: Thank you, Jack.
Jack: Listen, uh, Samuel filled me in on the phone. I understand Adam Chandler was arrested with my client?
Jesse: Yeah, the only pleasant part of this long, treacherous day. I'll get you the arrest file, bring you up to speed.
Jesse: Dre's right this way.
Jack: Excuse me.
Samuel: I'll be right there, guys. Erica, this is not how I planned to see you again, but it -- it's really good to see you again, and it means a lot.
Reporter: Oh, Erica, there she is.
Second Reporter: Will your son be charged with murder?
Third Reporter: Were you aware of the crime?
Reporter: Will you pull out of the Senate race?
Second Reporter: Have you used your office to protect your son?
Erica: This is a very difficult time for the U.S. Attorney. Please give him his privacy.
Samuel: Oh, you know what? Erica, thank you. I would love to answer all your questions, ok? And I will do it once I have all the facts.
Reporter: Well, is it true that alcohol was involved and minors?
Samuel: What happened was an accident. My son took responsibility. We hear a lot about family values and family coming first. And sometimes we lose sight of that. And, uh, today, my son reminded me how proud I am to be his father. And I'll stand by him no matter what the consequences are to me politically. Ok? Thank you.
[Reporter speaking at once]
Second Reporter: Ms. Kane?
First Reporter: Mr. Woods, one more question.
Third Reporter: Ms. Kane, what effect does this have on your dating Mr. Woods?
Erica: Oh, this is really not the time or the place for gossip. You know better than that, Dawn.
Reporter: Ms. Kane, can you give us something, please?
Erica: I am here to support Samuel Woods and his son.
Reporter: Even though Mr. Woods put you in prison?
Erica: I deserved my prison sentence, but I'm sure the facts will show his son does not. Thank you.
Reporter: Ms. Kane, one more question.
Jesse: You heard the lady. Thank you, and if that's not clear enough, how's "Get the hell out of here"?
Dré: Even when Krystal told us that Richie had been mowed down by a hit-and-run driver, I, um, I still didn't want to believe it.
Jack: Dré, when did you know for sure that you had hit Novak?
Dré: Pete Cortlandt told us about the blood on the bottom of the bumper on Colby's car. He had tested it. It was human. I mean, that's -- that's when we knew that I hit Novak.
Jack: You said the blood was on the bumper of the car? It makes it sound like maybe Novak was already down when you hit him.
Samuel: We can use that.
Jack: And we will. I wish I had that bumper, though. The whole damn car actually. I mean, that kind of evidence will go a long way to confirming that Novak was already on the pavement and presumably dead before you struck him with the car.
J.R.: I'll help you, Dad. We'll get Colby back on track.
Adam: Thank you, son.
Erica: It wasn't so long ago that we were on opposite sides of these.
Adam: What are you doing here?
Erica: How could you let this happen?
Adam: I was trying to protect my daughter.
Erica: Yeah, and as usual you made it worse. What a surprise. And what about Carmen?
Adam: What the devil does she have to do with this?
Erica: You arrested? You have completely jeopardized the terms of Carmen's bail. There's no way I'm going to let her go back to prison until her trial just because you were shortsighted enough to lie to the police and get caught.
Adam: Your concern for me is very touching.
Erica: Fix this, Adam. Remember what I told you. Behavior gets you in, and behavior gets you out.
Krystal: Tad, by the time Adam told me he had destroyed the car, the lie was already in play.
Tad: Well, so it was easier just to go along with it?
Krystal: It was not easy, Tad. This was very, very complicated.
Tad: Complicated -- honey, Colby was in trouble. She needed your help. What's so complicated about --
Krystal: I begged Adam. I begged her. I begged Adam to go to the police, Tad. I told him it was going to get worse, and he would not listen to me.
Tad: Why should he? He's got no need. He knows you've got his back. The minute you decided to lie to Jesse that car was stolen, and Adam knew he could count on you.
Krystal: That is not what I wanted. It was not what I intended, and I saw -- trust me, I saw how this was tearing Colby up.
Tad: Yeah, and not one word to me, me. I love her every bit as much as you do. Did you really think that I could make the situation worse?
Krystal: Tad, I'm sorry, but I thought I was going to be able to talk her down myself. I told her I would go to the police with her, but it was her decision. Come on. I wasn't going to turn her in. She just wasn't ready, and I understood, and I just told her that I would be there for her no matter what.
Tad: Her decision. Honey, she's a teenager. She was scared to death.
Krystal: I know.
Tad: Look, you held her hand, and you did nothing. And you did nothing because that's what Adam wanted you to do.
Krystal: I thought that I could make this work.
Tad: Well, while you were busy trying to make it work, you looked me, your husband, in the face and you lied every single day --
Krystal: No, no, I did not. I did not lie to you, Tad.
Tad: Ok. Ok, fair enough. But I don't want to go through life wondering what you're not telling me. There's no reason that I should. Honey, if this is the way it's going to be, there's no way this marriage can work.
Jake: So, knuckles marinara, how's the hand?
Frankie: Good as new.
Jake: Hmm. My brother called from the police station to tell me about Cass and Colby and Dré Woods. I -- I don't even know what to say.
Frankie: Yeah, it's unbelievable. I can't believe Cass would keep something like that from me. I'm going to head home, and I hope she will talk to me about it.
Jake: Just be the good brother.
Frankie: Yeah, well, if I was such a good brother, she would have trusted me first and confided in me. I only hope she will let me help her.
Jake: Ok, so you're being a good brother now, right? Go ahead, shift's over. All right?
Frankie: Yeah. Got big plans?
Jake: No, I'm just going to run a couple more miles.
Jake: Yeah, I just want to clear out my head.
Frankie: Randi? Wait -- what happened? Something wrong?
Annie: I can't believe Dré was arrested.
Ryan: I guess you heard right. The kids were involved. Cass and Colby were brought in for questioning.
Annie: Oh, I'm so sorry.
Ryan: Are you?
Annie: Of course, I am.
Ryan: Well, it's just, you know, you made that recording with Cass and Colby at our place.
Annie: And you did the right thing by destroying it, you know? And I never told anybody that I knew those kids were guilty.
Ryan: Well, at least you and Zach are off the hook, right?
Annie: But those poor kids.
Ryan: Your brother, even dead, is taking people down.
Annie: I -- I don't -- I don't want to talk about Richie. I mean, this is -- this is really all my fault. Lives turned upside down, people hurt -- it's really because I came here. You know, none of this would have happened if I hadn't come to --
Ryan: All right, take it easy. Take it easy, ok? Just -- just breathe. No stress. Remember what Jake said.
Annie: Ok, you're right. I just -- I just want everything to be perfect. I just want us to be happy like we used to be.
Ryan: We will. We'll get there. Ok, you've just got to take better care of yourself. I got to take better care of you. Actually, I got to focus on -- on you and us and the family.
Annie: Ok, that's what I want more than anything. And I'm going to do whatever it takes, Ryan, whatever it takes for us to have our dream life.
[Annie sees Richie's apparition again]
Ryan: Annie, you ok?
Annie: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine. I'm just still a little lightheaded, I guess.
Ryan: You want me to get Jake in here?
Annie: No, no, I'm fine.
Ryan: You sure?
Annie: I am sure. I'm fine. Hi!
Ryan: Hey. Emma, what are -- what are you doing here?
Annie: Oh, I just wanted us all be together, I guess. Thank you, Lydia.
Lydia: Oh, don't worry about it. She was a dream.
Annie: Oh, good.
Annie: Oh, come here, baby.
Ryan: Ok, go see your mom.
Emma: Are you ok, Mommy?
Annie: Oh, I am better than ok, angel. I actually want to show you something really cool. Do you see that shape right there? Right there, see? That is your new baby brother or baby sister.
Annie: Oh. Huh! Well, are you sure about that?
Emma: Boys are yucky.
Ryan: But you love your little brother, Spike?
Emma: Will you visit us?
Ryan: Visit you? What do you mean?
Emma: If you have to leave again, will you come back?
Randi: Maybe I just came by because I was worried about you. I, um -- I heard about your sister on the news. You love her. You must be freaking out. Anyway, um, I thought maybe you want to talk or go get some ice cream. I don't know. But, I mean, if you're busy, I can just get out of here.
Frankie: No. I'm not busy and I'm actually glad you're here.
Samuel: What do you see as our options?
Jack: Well, we've got some room for maneuvering, but not as much as if we had good physical evidence. Excuse me for a second.
Jack: Jesse, could I have a word, please?
Jesse: What have you got?
Jack: You know this blood was found on the lower portion of the bumper of Colby Chandler's car, right?
Jesse: Well, that's what the kids testified.
Jack: Right. So, there's your evidence. There's your proof. Novak was on that pavement already dead.
Jesse: Well, I'm not arguing that, Jack, but no bumper, no car, just the word of a kid who's a friend of the driver?
Jack: Damn Chandler, that's -- why must he try to manipulate everything? I mean, Jesse, the damage he's done to his kids, to Dré -- he -- he has to be held accountable.
Jesse: You think he won't be?
[Jesse walks down to the retaining cell]
Jesse: You made bail.
Adam: It's about time. Get me the hell out of here.
Jesse: You know, I wish I could keep you locked up for good.
Adam: Why? For protecting my child, and your daughter, and Sam Woods' kid? You should be thanking me.
Jesse: What? For getting rid of the car, telling those kids to lie?
Adam: Nothing -- I did nothing. I admit nothing. You're just ticked off because I'm the only parent whose child trusted him enough to confide in him.
Jesse: Because of your stolen-car stunt, we're missing key evidence that would have helped André Woods.
Adam: All you had to do was not arrest the boy and not pressure the other children. But no, no, no, no. You wanted to play -- you wanted to play chief instead of father. How stupid are you?
Jesse: Well, I'm not the one in jail.
Krystal: I love you and our family and this marriage. And I know -- I know "sorry" isn't nearly enough, because I know that I've hurt you, and Colby and -- I don't know if I can ever make it right, Tad, but I -- I want to try.
Tad: Until the next time Adam trips you up in one of his schemes? It seems to me like you're forgetting this is the man who left you in labor on the floor. If it wasn't for Colby, there's a good chance you and Jenny wouldn't be here. Krystal, this is the man that knew Kathy was alive and well and living in Pine Valley for an entire year. Never said a word. And yet somehow, someway, he gets to you on such a deep level over and over again. And that's what scares the hell out of me.
Krystal: It scares the hell out of me too, Tad. Baby, I love you. I love our family, and I love our life together. I don't want to lose that. I'm afraid of that and I -- I want -- if you give me another chance, I want to prove to you -- I want to prove to you that I can be honorable, and I can be strong if you just give me another chance. I -- I --
Tad: You don't have to prove anything. You don't have to prove anything. All you got to do is trust me. Trust us. Come on.
Krystal: Maybe we should let Colby move in with us.
Tad: Well, baby, if that's what she wants, I'm all for it.
Krystal: Jenny and Kathy love her.
Tad: Yeah. Speaking of which, let's go tuck in some covers.
Krystal: Hey. I thought you were getting some shut-eye.
Colby: I couldn't sleep.
Tad: Well, we can, you know, hang out, talk, watch TV if you want.
Colby: That's ok. I'm just going to chill down here.
Krystal: You need anything?
Colby: Uh, no. I know you're here. Ok.
J.R.: What you up to, little sis?
Adam: The charges will be dropped, and you will be sued for harassment.
Jesse: Yeah, that'll happen.
Adam: You have no evidence.
Jesse: You could confess.
Adam: The car was stolen, Hubbard.
Jesse: Hmm. Check this out. Nice color, huh? Paint job like this doesn't come cheap. See the little sparkles? Kind of unique, unusual. Two maybe three cars in the country.
Adam: A piece of metal.
Jesse: Yeah. My man found it at a landfill in Dover. I'm thinking there are more pieces like this at more landfills.
Adam: Scraps in landfills. What will they think of next?
Jesse: Well, you stay tuned, because my men are all over this. I'm going to prove you shredded Colby's car.
Adam: Yeah. Well, good luck.
Jesse: Yeah. Won't need your luck. Destroying evidence -- judges hate that.
Adam: You call this doing your job? If you were smart, you'd stop harassing innocent people and go after some real criminals.
Dré: Well, however it falls, I'm ready.
Samuel: Dré, it's us. Ok? We're ready. Ok?
Jack: Yeah. Dré, I'll be right back.
Erica: How is he?
Samuel: He seems determined to take this on by himself. What do you think?
Jack: I think Dré's a great kid. He's smart, and he's brave, but he's way too ready to take all this on.
Erica: Jack, that can't happen. This was an accident and some poor choices mostly because of Adam Chandler.
Jack: Well, you know I'll do my best for the best possible outcome.
Erica: Well, Jack is brilliant. Dré is as good as free.
Frankie: My sister is an artist, a poet. For her to be in this kind of trouble is just crazy.
Randi: Frankie, your sister is going to be ok.
Randi: I mean, come on. Look at your family. Your mom is a little uptight for me, but she's fierce. And your dad -- same story. And she's got you, big brother, who's always ready to go to the edge, and a little bit over. Which reminds me, how are those knuckles?
Frankie: That's the second time I've been asked about that.
Randi: Strong hands. Strong man. Strong family. Your sister is going to be ok, Frankie.
Frankie: Yeah. Uh, about that ice cream.
Randi: Oh. I mean, I get it. You're busy. Friends, family --
Randi: It's cool.
Frankie: Um, dinner. Would you like to have dinner with me?
Randi: Dinner like a date dinner?
Frankie: Yeah. Like a date dinner.
Randi: I might be down for that.
Ryan: I haven't been fair to you, Annie.
Annie: Ryan, it's all right.
Ryan: No, it's not all right, actually. You're my wife, and you never stopped loving me, never stopped believing in me, and I owe you.
Annie: I don't want you to owe me. I want you to love me.
Ryan: A baby in here. It's our second chance and -- and I'm going to get it right this time.
Annie: You never got it wrong. I mean, it's not your fault that you lost your memory, Ryan.
Ryan: I wasn't around as much as I should have been. I mean, I was out. I was chasing memories instead of -- instead of focusing on our future, focusing on our children, focusing on our family. You were doing so much on your own. You know, you were taking on so much and feeling so isolated and alone. I just -- I want you to know that I'm -- I'm here now. Ok? And I'm -- I'm not going anywhere.
Annie: I love you, Ryan. I love you so much.
Colby: What are you doing here?
J.R.: What's in the glass?
J.R.: Great, I'm so thirsty right now.
Colby: J.R., wait. It's vodka.
Colby: It's going to kill the plant.
J.R.: Better that than you.
Colby: What are you doing?
J.R.: We're going to an A.A. meeting. Go on.
Adam: I made bail. You can't keep me here.
Jesse: Well, you'll be back.
Adam: Well, you enjoy your little victory dance, Chief Hubbard. That badge you wear won't be worth the tin it's made of when I get through with you.
Jesse: Now, you wouldn't be threatening an officer of the law, would you?
Adam: Oh, no, no, no.
Adam: Just making a promise.
Dré: Dad, you don't have to come to the arraignment. There's just going to be more reporters.
Samuel: Well, then we're going to take the pictures together, father and son.
Jack: Jack Montgomery. Ok. Thank you. They're ready for us at court. We're going to go in. We're going to enter your plea, have them set bail, and then we're going to get you released. You'll be home in a few hours. Ok?
Samuel: You ready?
Erica: Samuel? I -- I just want to say it again. If there's anything you need, anything I can do --
Samuel: You've already done it, just being here and the way you handled the press.
Erica: Well, you weren't so bad yourself.
Samuel: You know, there's something else I'd like.
Samuel: I'd like another dinner. You and me, no extended family.
Erica: I look forward to it.
Samuel: All right, son. You ready?
Jack: Let's go.
Frankie: What kind of food do you like?
Randi: Anything that hasn't been sitting under the heat lamp all day.
Frankie: Uh, is that lobster? Please. Um, Spanish, Mexican? Shrimp? Tell me something.
Randi: Surprise me.
Ryan: I would like to sign the release papers for Annie Lavery, please. Thanks.
Richie: Oh, don't worry. She can't hear me. She's not crazy like you.
Annie: Leave me alone.
Richie: Pretty as a picture, the happy family. Baby makes four.
Annie: Go away.
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