AMC Transcript Wednesday 8/27/08

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 8/27/08


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Babe: God, where the heck is Amanda? She was supposed to get here early so we could give you a sneak peek.

Randi: Kendall and Greenlee really have no idea about this secret project?

Babe: None. Not that that surprises me. Because how are you supposed to know what's going on if you're never here? God, you know what? This is driving me crazy. I really want to show you.

Randi: Wait, what about Amanda?

Babe: She'll get over it. Ok, I have to first put you in the right mindset. Here, have a seat. This is a perfume for the "everywoman." This isn't about the Kendall's and Greenlees of the world who live their extravagant lifestyles and have their buckets of money. This is about women who struggle every day to make it. You got me?

Randi: I think so.

Babe: Ok, Randi, I'm introducing to you Fusion's newest fragrance. We call it "Working Girl." I know. It's genius, isn't it?

[Taylor grunts as she does push-ups]

Jake: You do those every morning?

Taylor: Yep.

Jake: How many can you do?

Taylor: Does it matter? It's not like you could keep up anyway.

Jake: Really? Try me.

Taylor: You're on. Real push-ups. And I won't count the 25 I just did.

Jake: Oh, real push-ups. Ok, first one to drop.


Amanda: Hey, I thought you'd want to start the day off with something sweet. Or you could just start it off with sweat.


Jesse: Thinking about Cassandra?

Angie: Yeah. It feels so empty without her.

Jesse: Yeah, I know.

[Phone rings]

Jesse: Finally.

Angie: What?

Jesse: My crew -- they just found a lug wrench out in the woods off Route 77.

Angie: Out where Richie Novak was killed?

Jesse: Oh, my God. This could be our murder weapon. I got to go. Bye.

[Phone rings]

Angie: Oh, Jesse! Hello? Hello?

Kendall: Zach. Zach? Are you awake?

Zach: I am now.

Kendall: I haven't slept all night.

Zach: Ok.

Kendall: I just -- I can't help it. I keep thinking about Ryan and Annie, and Greenlee and Ryan, and just how everything is such a mess. And so, once again, I am stuck in the middle of all the drama, and I have no idea what to do. So can you help me? Zach?

Annie: Have you changed your mind about staying?

Ryan: I meant what I said last night, ok? I'm not going anywhere.

Amanda: Ok, I'll just be over here watching.


Jake: Ok, you win. No, no, no, no.

Taylor: It's victory. That's victory twice, Martin, twice.

Amanda: Ooh, smoked by a girl. Ouch.

Jake: That's not a girl. She's not a girl. Oh, you've got to be kidding me.

Taylor: I told you I stay in shape.

Jake: Yeah.

Amanda: Damn, you should have your own workout video. You know, with the cool music, cute little outfits.

Jake: I've got a feeling Taylor doesn't do cute little outfits.

Taylor: Oh, please. I'm taking a shower.

Amanda: Come here. It was nice to see you.

[Door slams]

Amanda: Ok, then. Here you go.

Jake: Don't worry about it. She's a door-slammer. She likes to slam doors. Oh, and you're a lifesaver. This is great. This is great, because all Taylor's got is, like, wheat germ and wheat grass, psyllium husk. Do you know where the plates are?

Amanda: Gross. Yeah, I, uh, spent some time here before, so, uh -- so, did you guys figure out who's going to take the place?

Jake: Well, I'm going to let her have it. It turns out she is a girl after all. And, uh, I don't know. We'll find something. If you hear of anything, just -- you know, if you hear of an apartment or something.

Amanda: Oh, well, actually, I do know of a place. There's this cabin out in the woods.

Jake: Yeah, because that doesn't sound creepy.

Amanda: No, shut up. It's cool. You know Babe Carey? Her dad used to own it.

Jake: Hayward? David Hayward? David Hayward's cabin? No, no, no, no. I have no interest in that, thank you.

Amanda: Oh, don't tell me he drugged you, too.

Jake: No, I'm just -- I'm not interested.

Amanda: Well, it's not like you have to share a medicine cabinet with the guy. The place has been vacant for years. It's totally available and totally perfect -- just like somebody else I know.

Jake: I'll think about it.

Amanda: All right, well, I will get a hold of the realtor just in case.

Jake: Ok, you don't like to take no for an answer.

Amanda: When it comes to something I want, no way.

Jesse: So, did you get everything you need?

Blood analyst: We'll look for trace elements of blood first. If that comes back positive, we'll run a DNA test to see if the blood on the lug wrench is a match to your victim.

Jesse: Thank you, Doc. Listen, you let me know as soon as these results come in?

Blood analyst: Of course.

[Phone rings]

Jesse: Hello? Hello?

Angie: Hey, did you just get a hang up, too?

Jesse: Too?

Angie: We got one this morning.

Jesse: At home?

Angie: Yeah, about a second after you left. I thought maybe it was just Cassandra calling from Paris -- you know, overseas connection or something. But the last time she checked in I could hear her just fine. Didn't you get another hang up on your cell? Hey, Jesse, are you listening to me?

Jesse: Yeah, baby, I'm sorry. Um, you know, it's just this -- you know, that case.

Angie: What, was the lug wrench a dead end?

Jesse: No, actually they're checking for blood right now. How long does it take these days?

Angie: To find out if there's blood, not long at all.

Jesse: To find out if it's Richie's blood.

Angie: A day or two. Jesse, listen, if Richie's DNA is on that wrench --

Jesse: The kids are off the hook.

Angie: So if they didn't do it, who did?

Zach: Annie --

Ryan: Annie.

Zach: I know.

Ryan: Kendall?

Zach: Yeah. Who else? I don't know, man. If you want to leverage a casino, you want to build a resort, I'm your guy. But with this...

Ryan: Yeah. Well, all right, then. Ok, so then why don't we think of Annie as a beautiful waterfront property that turns out as -- built on silt?

Zach: I think you know your options.

Ryan: What, walk out? We're talking about my wife and my kids here, one of which is not even born yet.

Zach: If it's built on silt, it's built on silt. She lied to you.

Ryan: Yeah. Did Kendall clear it with you when she slept with Aidan?

Zach: Ok, um, that's not the same thing. I think you know that. So I'd be a little more comfortable if we kept talking in metaphors.

Ryan: All right.

Zach: Thank you.

Ryan: All right, so abandon the resort, right? Start somewhere else. That way I can leave, and I can -- I mean, I can still be a good father to the children.

Zach: See, you don't even need my advice.

Ryan: Only I can't do that do that, because I've done that to too many people in my life. Walked out on too many people.

Zach: And do you think that's something that Annie might be playing on with you -- your loyalty? You think maybe that's something that she's doing right now?

Ryan: Because she loves me. You know, because in her head, we're supposed to be together.

Zach: All right, so what happens when Annie finds out that you're really in love with Greenlee?

Greenlee: Hey.

Kendall: Hey. So, have you thought more about the whole Ryan thing?

Greenlee: Nope, because there is no Ryan thing, remember?

Kendall: Greenlee, no, come on.

Greenlee: Kendall, I'm not here to discuss my personal life. I'm here to run a company -- our company that's been severely ignored lately by both its owners.

Kendall: You're right. Fusion does need our love, too.

Greenlee: Thank God Babe and Amanda are good at treading water.

Kendall: Well, they've held this place together, I'll give them that. But we are the heart and soul of this place.

Greenlee: No one can run it like we can.

Babe: This is the future of Fusion, Randi. And we came up with this idea all on our own.

Amanda: Don't you mean your own?

Babe: Did you just take the stairs?

Amanda: Yeah, I'm trying to stay in shape in case I get challenged to a calisthenics contest. I can't believe you showed her without me.

Babe: I'm sorry. I just couldn't wait. And where were you, anyway?

Amanda: I was visiting a friend.

Babe: Oh, your handsome, bachelor, doctor friend?

Amanda: Well, I would tell you all the details, but apparently we're not sharing anymore. Did she, at least, explain the concept right?

Randi: Yeah, I think so. It's for the "everywoman."

Amanda: It's chic and sophisticated, but most importantly, affordable. So, you like?

Randi: Yeah, it's great.

Amanda: Ok, what's wrong?

Babe: Be honest. We really want your input.

Randi: I'm just not sure about the name "Working Girl."

Amanda: Good point. Good point. Probably not the direction we want to take it.

Babe: Well, you know what? We'll change the name, but what about the concept for the "everywoman"? What do you think?

Kendall: It belongs in the "everytoilet."

Jesse: So what did you get?

Blood analyst: We found human blood, just as you suspected.

Jesse: And the DNA?

Blood analyst: Already sent a sample over to the lab. We should know if it's a match in a day or two.

Jesse: Any way you can put a rush on that?

Blood analyst: We're working as fast as we can, Chief Hubbard.

Jesse: Yeah, I know. Thank you.

Angie: Hey, news?

Jesse: Uh, there is definitely blood on the lug wrench. It's got to be Richie Novak's, right?

Angie: Well, we'll find out soon.

Jesse: Soon? A day or two? It's not soon, baby. I need to know now.

Angie: Sweetheart, I know you want answers. I do, too, but you're going to have to wait.

Jesse: I know. I know. I know. I hate it. I know.

Angie: Hey, you used to have the patience of job. What happened?

Jesse: Waiting 20 years to get you back in my life, in these arms again. That's what happened.

Angie: Good answer.

Jesse: Hey, um, you got a break coming up?

Angie: In a little while.

Jesse: Join me for lunch? We've got the space to ourselves.

Angie: Oh, you want to eat at home?

Jesse: Bad idea?

Angie: No, no, no, no, I love it, but I do have a couple of patients I still have to see before I can go. I don't know if I can get a meal together.

Jesse: Stop. Don't even worry about it. I got it covered, all right? Yeah.

Angie: You're so cute.

Jesse: I know it.

Babe: We've covered everything, Kendall.

Kendall: Yes, except the part where it's a bad idea. We can't just slash the prices of one of our products. It will kill sales of the rest.

Greenlee: Yeah, we can't afford to take a hit right now, especially not in this economy.

Babe: You're missing the point. "Working Girl" is --

Greenlee: You really weren't going to call it that, right?

Kendall: No, "Hooker Girl" is so much catchier.

Babe: Ok, whatever. The name is up for discussion. But with the economy like it is, people aren't spending money like they used to.

Amanda: And a lot of women don't have the green to buy the Fusion Green products anyway.

Babe: And they'll be able to afford this. Ok, we'll be seen as a company who gives people options.

Kendall: No, we'll be seen as a company who's not consistent. We make impeccable products, Babe -- perfect. In order to make a fragrance more affordable, it will have to ruin the quality of it.

Greenlee: She's right. You had to have known we'd react this way. Otherwise, why would you have kept it a secret?

Amanda: So are you two so out of it that you don't see there's a huge market for this?

Kendall: Ok, Ms. Millionaire who lives on a yacht. When was the last time you went shopping in a bargain basement?

Amanda: Last week.

Kendall: Liar.

Randi: Not true. I was with her, and I bought this dress.

Babe: And if you guys had bothered to check, you'd see that all high-end designers are coming out with cheaper lines right now.

Kendall: Great, fancy, that's wonderful. Not us -- we don't do cheap, ok? It's a no-go.

Amanda: Fine, then I'll pay for it.

Greenlee: Excuse me?

Amanda: Well, it's no secret that I came into some money recently, and I'll invest it in the new fragrance.

Kendall: Ok, you came into money by blackmailing Adam Chandler. You held out on evidence for Zach's hit-and-run.

Babe: Are you really going to do that?

Amanda: Well, I have enough money for the development and the launch. And, ok, obviously, we need a better name, but --

Kendall: Oh, I know. You can call it "Hit-and-run Blood Money." Mmm, smell it.

Amanda: But otherwise, I think we're in good shape. And in exchange for my investment, I would want 35% of the profits and I get to pick my own team.

Greenlee: Let me guess --

Amanda: Hmm, Babe, Randi, and me.

Babe: You guys invest nothing, but you get to reap all the benefits from it.

Amanda: So?

Annie: I think it's a great idea.

Ryan: Boy, Kendall tells you everything, doesn't she?

Zach: Unfortunately. And even more unfortunate, sometimes I catch myself listening.

Ryan: Well, it's only a matter of time before Greenlee finds out.

Zach: I think your bigger problem is Annie finding out, but, you know, that's giving my opinion, and I'm not telling you anything. I'm just talking.

Ryan: Mmm, I wasn't really planning on Annie finding out how I feel about Greenlee.

Zach: So you may not have to. She obviously knows something's going on, so she wouldn't be acting like that otherwise.

Ryan: What if she's sick? What if she's sick, and she needs help -- more help than I can give her?

Zach: I notice Annie hasn't spent a lot of time with Spike lately -- not alone.

Ryan: That is all Kendall.

Zach: Is it? You must have agreed to it some way.

Ryan: Yeah, only to prevent your wife from flipping out and making everything worse. And not because Annie is dangerous or anything like that, all right? She -- she loves -- she loves her kids a lot, Zach.

Zach: I know that.

Ryan: It's just that -- oh, man, it's like she's a totally different person -- completely different. You know, I thought she would relax a little bit once the truth came out about the baby, but I just -- I don't know what to do from here at all. I have no idea.

Zach: You know what to do. You want to build something solid, you dig a test hole. Hope you hit some rock.

Annie: I know that it seems sudden -- that I want my job back.

Kendall: Yeah, I mean, considering you quit, like, two seconds ago, yeah.

Annie: I'm sorry. I never should have walked out on you guys like that.

Greenlee: Why did you?

Annie: I hate to keep blaming everything on hormones, but honestly, after feeling so sick in Vegas and then what happened with you and Ryan on the plane, and then all the Spike stuff, I think I just snapped.

Greenlee: It happens.

Kendall: Well, who's to say it won't happen again?

Annie: Well, Ryan and I are in a better place now.

Kendall: You are?

Greenlee: That's great, Annie.

Annie: And now I realize I should actually be thanking you guys for showing him that letter.

Kendall: Ok, now I know you're full of it. You want to thank us?

Annie: It actually got everything out in the open. I realized before, keeping secrets was putting me on edge. And now we can just relax, you know? Start over.

Kendall: So Ryan let you off the hook for lying?

Annie: Ryan understands why I did what I did.

Kendall: Well, that makes one of us.

Greenlee: It's none of our business, Kendall.

Annie: No, it's ok. Ryan understands that I did what I did, because I was scared to lose him. And he forgives me.

Kendall: God, I don't believe it.

Annie: And I was hoping that you guys would forgive me, too.

Greenlee: I think that can be arranged.

Kendall: What?

Greenlee: Ryan's clearly trying to make it work. Putting the past in the past and focusing on the future, right?

Annie: That's the idea.

Kendall: God, this is unreal.

Greenlee: They have a family together, Kendall.

Kendall: I can't believe you're taking her side.

Greenlee: I'm taking Ryan's side. If he can give her another chance, why can't we?

Ryan: I already tried to get the truth out of Annie, and she swears that there's nothing left to tell.

Zach: Good, you believe her.

Ryan: You think we'd be having this conversation if I believed her?

Zach: No. So we need to test her.

Ryan: Test her?

Zach: Mm-hmm. Stop talking to me. Stop talking to Kendall. And just watch her. Open your eyes and listen to her.

Ryan: And I just, what, give her enough rope to --

Zach: No, it's not like that. It's like diffusing a bomb. Just make sure you cut the right wire. Otherwise --

Ryan: We all go boom.

Taylor: Hey.

Jake: Hey.

Taylor: I thought you took off with your girlfriend.

Jake: She's not my girlfriend. I told you that. I just went to go get a little -- you know what? And if she was my girlfriend, I'd be pissed. I'd be really pissed with you.

Taylor: What did I do?

Jake: What did you do? You didn't say hello. You didn't say how are you. You could be nice -- a nicer person. You could have said thank you for stopping by.

Taylor: She didn't come here to see me.

Jake: No, all right. Well, here you go. This is to you. Cheers. You can keep the apartment.

Taylor: Oh, I can keep it? You're letting me keep the apartment that I have a lease on?

Jake: Yeah, that's right, because that's what nice people do, ok? Look into that. Write that down. That's a good one.

Taylor: Well, where are you going?

Jake: I don't know. Amanda found a --

Taylor: Amanda, you're not-girlfriend. I'm sorry. Go -- continue.

Jake: Amanda found a cabin or a little place in the woods, so --

Taylor: Well, that's nice. It's rustic. It's nice.

Jake: Yeah. And you? How long do you think you're going to stay in Pine Valley?

Taylor: I don't know. It depends on my foot. Hopefully, not too long.

Jake: Yeah, you're in a big rush to get back to beautiful downtown Baghdad, are you?

Taylor: I'm not there for spring break.

Jake: I'm sorry. Uh, I just -- you know, I don't understand why anybody would want to go to war.

Taylor: No, somebody like you wouldn't.

Angie: Sweetheart, where are you?

Jesse: I'm out here, sweetheart.

Angie: Oh, something smells good.

Jesse: Follow your nose.

Angie: Hi -- Jesse, honey, what did you do?

Jesse: Well, come on out here. Check it out. Let me show you.

Angie: Let me kick off my shoes.

Jesse: Come on up. Be careful, now.

Angie: It's not an easy feat.

Jesse: Watch your head. Here we go.

Angie: Oh, my -- Jesse, you did all -- you did all of this? Lamb chops?

Jesse: With a Moroccan spice rub.

Angie: Asparagus, risotto?

Jesse: That is parmesan garlic risotto, excuse me.

Angie: Ooh, baby. Remember that time when we were kids, and you went to open that bottle of champagne?

Jesse: You mean that cheap-ass bottle of sparking wine?

Angie: Yeah, like we knew the difference. Oh, gosh, you were so excited trying to look all sophisticated and then -- pop.

Jesse: Drenched in cheap wine.

Angie: But not anymore. Look at you. Expert cork-popper, five-star chef. So, what else did you learn while you were gone?

Jesse: Oh, a little this, little that, you know?

Angie: Uh-uh. I don't know.

Jesse: What is this? I thought you said you didn't want to talk all those missing years, huh?

Angie: Yeah, but they didn't go missing, so maybe it's time.

Jesse: You know what it's time for? A toast. A toast to my amazing wife and amazing times ahead. What? No good?

Angie: I'm all for looking ahead, baby. But I'm not going to let you ignore the past.

Jesse: I'm not ignoring anything, baby. It's just that there's nothing to share. Really.

Angie: In 20 years?

Jesse: Hey, I bounced all over the place, you know?

Angie: Yeah, but, what did you do in these places?

Jesse: What'd I do? What didn't I do? I was a busboy. I was a waiter. I was a bartender, and a cook.

Angie: Did you make any friends? I mean, aren't there people you miss?

Jesse: Not really. I mean, I never stayed in one place long enough to make any friends.

Angie: In all that time, sweetheart?

Jesse: In all that time -- look what are we doing? We finally get a moment to ourselves and this is how you want to spend it? Come on -- hey, I got a better idea. Come on over here, Mrs. Hubbard. Dance with me. Come on.

Angie: I can't imagine what it was like. It must have been so lonely.

Jesse: No, not really. I had you with me. Right here. Every day, every city, every hole-in-the-wall restaurant, you were right here.

Angie: Were you ever happy?

Jesse: I had my moments.

Angie: Tell me.

Jesse: I was happiest when I dreamed of coming home to you.

Angie: Why -- why won't you look at me?

Jesse: What?

Angie: Whenever you talk about that time, you always avoid my eyes. I mean, why? Is there something that you need to hide?

Annie: So, everything is out in the open now.

Greenlee: Will you excuse us for one second?

Annie: Sure.

Greenlee: Thanks.

Babe: Well?

Amanda: What's the verdict?

Annie: Mm, split decision. Kendall wants me out on the street. Greenlee is being surprisingly supportive.

Randi: So, who usually wins?

Greenlee: Is it possible for you to be rational?

Kendall: Rational? I'm the only one here being rational.

Greenlee: Explain, please.

Kendall: This is my company.

Greenlee: Our company.

Kendall: Yes, and when we started it, we had a vision.

Greenlee: Right, so?

Kendall: So no way did this vision include conniving co-workers or cheap-ass discount perfume.

Greenlee: [Laughs] Whoa, ok.

Kendall: Ok, so we outed Annie to Ryan, big deal. Do you honestly feel that guilty that you would risk destroying our entire company?

Greenlee: I didn't realize hiring her back meant the downfall of Fusion.

Kendall: It's not funny.

Greenlee: It's a little bit funny. Kendall, Ryan forgave Annie. They're moving on with their life. Do you know what that means?

Kendall: Don't talk to me like I'm a child.

Greenlee: That means you are going to have to move on, too.

Kendall: You know what? I don't care anymore. I don't care. Guys, you can take your crackpot staff and your cheap-ass horrible perfume and shove it right up your --

Zach: Hey, Kendall, that's enough.

Kendall: You're damn right, it's enough.

Kendall: No, don't -- don't. The last thing I need right now is a scolding from you.

Jake: Maybe you can explain it. Explain it to someone like me.

Taylor: Being a soldier? I don't know how to explain that. It's in your blood. It's in mine, literally.

Jake: You're an Army brat?

Taylor: Army brat, third generation, two brothers in the service.

Jake: You got any sisters?

Taylor: Nope.

Jake: No sisters. So you're just surrounded by men your whole life. That can't be easy for you.

Taylor: Just had to work that much harder to be heard, is all. But I guess that's no different from anywhere else for a woman, right?

Jake: Don't take this the wrong way, but, uh, I don't get it. I don't get what we're doing in Iraq. Do you?

Taylor: I'm not there to get it. I'm there to do a job. Honor, protect, serve.

Jake: So you'd just risk your life for something you don't believe in?

Taylor: I didn't say I didn't believe in it. Listen to me. When you are out there with the sand in your mouth and the sun beating down on you, it's not about politics. It's about the guy to your left who has got three kids and the guy over here who is an only son. And at the end of the day, it's about making sure that there's more of us left standing than are them.

Jake: Yeah, but that's the thing. Who is them? Do we even have the right guys? Who -- in this situation, who is them?

Taylor: They are the ones launching the grenades.

Jake: But why? For what? I just -- to me, there's no just cause. To me, the whole thing is a mistake.

Taylor: Good people died over there, do you get that? Amazing, loved, needed people died. Don't you ever tell me it was for nothing.

Jesse: Baby, listen, come here. You've got to understand something. Here, sit down. No experience that I had out there could even come close to comparing with what I have with you here.

Angie: I understand that. But I --

Jesse: Baby -- that part of my life is over. It doesn't matter to me.

Angie: That doesn't mean it didn't exist.

Jesse: Well, in a way, it kind of does. I've forgotten about that part of my life. This is what is important now. Ok? Now, I know, I might have a been a lot more patient back in the day. But I'm doing the best I can right now.

Angie: I wasn't asking for more.

Jesse: I know. I know you weren't.

Angie: Jesse, I need to feel like I know you.

Jesse: Oh.

Angie: All of you.

Jesse: Not that tough to figure out. Just a guy who is madly in love with his wife and his kid. And after spending all those years away, I will never take another second with them for granted.

Taylor: Leaving so soon?

Jake: Yeah.

Taylor: Well, see you around then.

Jake: Listen, if I offended you before, I'm -- I'm sorry.

Taylor: You know what, don't worry about it.

Jake: It's just that war is a tough, touchy subject.

Taylor: Jake, seriously, it's fine. And I'm sorry if I wasn't nice to your friend.

Jake: Well, you know, if you ever need me to look at your heel, I'd be --

Taylor: Thank you.

Jake: Want me to help you?

Taylor: I got it.

Jake: Trying to move the couch? I don't mind.

Taylor: I'm good, I got it. I don't need your help.

Jake: I'm sorry, my mistake. Why accept help from a guy who has never worn a uniform, right? Anyway, it was nice to re-meet you.

Taylor: You, too.

Jake: And good luck to you if you do go back to Iraq.

Taylor: Thank you.

Jake: Good luck to you. Thanks.

Kendall: Ugh. Ok, what? You know, this mute routine is getting really old really quickly. So if you have to say something to me, then say it.

Zach: You're coming with me.

Babe: So, we know "Working Girl" is out.

Randi: Thank God.

Babe: What else? It has to be simple, fresh, and definitely easy to say.

Amanda: With a major shot of glam thrown in.

Annie: Ok, so we want accessible.

Randi: But classy.

Babe: Exactly. The name has to embody the type of woman who is going to be wearing the perfume.

Amanda: Like you.

Babe: Well, yeah, of course, I'd wear it.

Amanda: No, no, I mean you came up with the idea -- a fragrance for every woman, so we should name it after you.

Babe: You want to call it "Babe"?

Amanda: "Arabella."

Randi: Is that your real name?

Annie: The only thing is that it is kind of a mouthful.

Amanda: So -- so we shorten it.

Babe and Amanda: "Bella."

Babe: I love it.

Greenlee: Hi.

Angie: So, are you coming to bed, Chief Hubbard?

Jesse: What are you kidding me? With a view like that, who could refuse? Hey, I'll be there in one second, ok?

Angie: Make that half.

[Phone rings]

Jesse: Hello. This is you, isn't it?

[Tea kettle whistles]

[Sound of explosions go off in Taylor's head]

Amanda: The best part is going to be the launch party.

Babe: Why don't we have it here?

Amanda: It's perfect. Hello -- and there's my hottie date right now.

Kendall: Ok, this is enough. Put me -- Zach, I'm serious. Put me down.

Zach: All right. There you go.

Kendall: What the hell is this? "Operation Neanderthal Man" again?

Zach: No, it's "Reality Check Day" again.

Kendall: Ok, you know what -- you know what? I don't have to listen to this. I don't need this. I really, really don't --

[Zach kisses Kendall]

Babe: So, after Kendall's freak out, are you having second thoughts about joining the company?

Randi: Are you kidding me? It's going to take a lot more than that to scare me off.

Babe: Well, I can say that there's no lack of drama, is there?

Annie: At Fusion, never. Um, hey, would you guys excuse me? I'm going to go check on Emma.

Babe: Yeah, sure.

Annie: I'll be back.

Amanda: I found the realtor.

Jake: Thank you. Marion Chandler? Are you kidding me? This is a very small town.

Amanda: Oh, I prefer to think of it as cozy. Can I buy you a drink?

Jake: I can't stop you.

Annie: Just thought I'd give you a status report. I'm back at Fusion, and I've already gotten an eye and an earful.

Ryan: I, um -- I just came here looking for Annie.

Greenlee: She's down at ConFusion with Babe and Amanda working lunch.

Ryan: Working? You hired her back? And Kendall agreed to that?

Greenlee: After I pinned her and made her cry "cheap-ass perfume."

Ryan: Now that I'd like to see. Well, I know Annie appreciates it. We both appreciate it.

Greenlee: She said that you guys are working things out.

Ryan: Yeah, we're trying to.

Greenlee: I'm glad.

Ryan: Well, I guess I should head down there and try to find her, right?

Greenlee: Is it true, Ryan?

Ryan: About me loving you? Yes, it's true.

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