AMC Transcript Tuesday 9/30/08

All My Children Transcript Tuesday 9/30/08


Episode #9969
Written by Charles Pratt, Jr., Daran Little, Tracey Thomson, Addie Walsh, Amanda L. Beall, and Jeff Beldner

Provided by Boo
Proofread by Gisele

Kendall: A full day at Fusion -- drama there. Two kids and one extra -- drama here. I mean, you know I love drama, but this is just -- this is too much. I am too tired. Ooh.

[Kendall sighs]

Kendall: Oh, where I like it.

Zach: Emma asleep?

Kendall: Yeah. I feel so bad for her. Her whole life is slipping away, and all she can do is watch. And she has this family. I mean, one minute, this family that you love and who loves you, and then nothing, no one.

[Zach hands Kendall the phone]

Kendall: What is that for?

Zach: To call Ryan. That's what you want to do, isn't it?

Ryan: You don't want this. You don't. You don't want this at all.

[An unknown person sneaks into Aidan's office and picks up a framed photo of Greenlee]

Tad: Oh, terrific. Let's see. Out of the mists, a man appears -- mysterious man wearing a sleepy-time blanket and six dozen stuffed animals all curiously named Mimzy. You want him. You yearn for him. You secretly long to be --

Krystal: Stop it now. Enough with the funny -- over. We're being serious here. She said something bad is going to happen to the Carey women, and I need to know what it is. So go ahead, Opal. How bad is it?

Annie: Somebody help! Get me out of here! Hello? Somebody help me! Somebody -- oh, my God.

[Annie pants]

J.R.: What were you doing in there?

Babe: Are you ok? What happened?

Annie: Someone -- someone is in this house. I -- I heard a noise, and -- and this panel was open.

J.R.: All right. Don't move.

Babe: No -- J.R. -- J.R., stop. You can't go --

Annie: He's still watching me. What does he want? What -- what, you couldn't stop him?

J.R.: Well, I have to see him to stop him. There was no signs of anyone even in there.

Annie: What do you mean, a sign? You don't need a sign. I'm telling you, someone was here, I heard him.

J.R.: I'm going to go check with security, see if they have anything.

Babe: Hey, look, Annie, can I -- can I get you a tea or water or something?

Annie: Someone was here, Babe. I could feel it. He was watching me.

Babe: Annie, do you remember when we were both thinking about Richie? You know, we still felt like he was around?

Annie: No, no, no, no, it's not like that. This isn't like a -- like a ghost or a memory, ok? Someone has been watching me for days, Babe, and he's found a way to get to me.

Babe: You -- you are used to being such a rock, Annie, ever since you got to town. No, but things have been so bad for so long with Ryan losing his memory and with your miscarriage, you feel like your marriage is spinning out of control, and -- and all you want to do is just spend every waking moment with your child.

Annie: Babe, I am telling you, somebody has broken into your home. And you're using that calm, soothing voice people use when they're talking to a crazy person.

Babe: You're in pain, Annie. That's the reality. You're in pain, and you're exhausted. Ever since you and Ryan stopped living together --

Annie: Oh, my God. Ryan -- what if he did this? What if Ryan is having me watched?

Greenlee: I -- I didn't mean to -- I'm sorry.

Ryan: No. No, it was me. It's my fault that you're here, and -- and you shouldn't be here. It was -- it was a mistake.

Greenlee: You had to say goodbye to Emma. I'm here, Ryan. I'm here for whatever you need.

Ryan: Whatever I need? Like -- anything? Is that what you're saying?

Greenlee: Wait, just -- wait, I -- I don't understand.

Ryan: Why are you still here, Greenlee?

Greenlee: Don't do this, Ryan. Don't do it.

Ryan: I think you should go.

Greenlee: Wait, you suck me in, and you tell me you need me, and then when I'm trying to be your friend -- now you're -- now you're pushing me away?

Ryan: This isn't friendship -- with your hands up to my face like this? And us looking into each other's eyes, and you telling me that it's going to be ok. This is not going to be friendship. It's never going to be friendship.

Greenlee: That's not what I was trying -- I didn't mean to --

Ryan: I know, I know. It doesn't matter what you mean, Greenlee, I know. But I can't even be in the same room as you, ok? I look into your eyes, and I'm done. You told me to stay away. You told me to stop, right? And yet you're here -- here in this place -- this place. This used to be our home.

Greenlee: But that's all done. I know that you're upset, and you're missing Emma, and you're worried about her.

Ryan: Yeah, are you even listening to what I'm trying to say to you? Please?

Greenlee: We both said things. Right now, the most important thing is Emma. We say things, and we can get past them and become friends.

Ryan: We can't get past it, Greenlee. So stop trying to make it ok.

Greenlee: Why -- why are you mad at me? Stop.

Ryan: Ok. So then come back. Come back, and put your hands on my face. And let me kiss you because that's what I want. I want to kiss you, and I don't want to stop until we make love all night long. That is what I want. And maybe we don't make love, you know? Maybe you just leave, and you go back to your husband, and you think about what happened with me here. I mean, is that what your really want, Greenlee?

Greenlee: No, no, I don't -- stop. Why are you saying --

Ryan: Loving me broke you. I broke you, and Aidan put you back together. Right, that's what you said, and yet you're here, and we're close, and I don't understand.

Greenlee: We didn't kiss. We did -- nothing happened. You're upset about Emma, and you're angry at Annie. I just wanted to help. That's all. I didn't want you to kiss me.

Ryan: You're lying to yourself. You're lying to yourself. Don't do it. Please, see this -- this -- this for what it is. Please, see me, the guy who broke you. I'll do it again because that's what I do. Do you want that? Do you want me to hurt you again, all that pain and all the heartbreak?

Greenlee: Stop it. Stop, stop saying those things.

Ryan: What, because it's the truth?

Greenlee: No, because we need to be friends, and we can't be friends if you keep bringing up the past.

Ryan: I hurt you, Greenlee. That's what I do. I hurt you, and I always will, ok? Just -- just go home to your husband, please. Go.

Zach: You started staring at the phone, so it's only logical that you would call Ryan to make sure he's ok.

Kendall: Well, if it's so damn logical, why don't you call him?

Zach: I don't have to call him. I know he can take care of himself.

Kendall: Right, and you assume I don't know that. That I won't relax until I talk to him.

Zach: Will you?

Kendall: I'm not the one who reached for the phone.

Zach: You're right. That was me. You didn't give Ryan a second thought.

Kendall: Zach, why are we even still on this? I told you, I'm not about to mess with Ryan or his life anymore. And his daughter is in the other room trying to hold it together. So, yeah, maybe my mind drifts off to the dad who's missing her. If someone else had Spike or Ian, you and I would lose it.

Zach: We're not talking about you or me. That's my point.

Kendall: Zach --

Zach: What?

Kendall: I am right here smack in front of your face. This -- this house, this marriage, our life -- I'm in it. Why can't you at least give me credit for that for five minutes?

Zach: You want credit for caring about your family? I don't know if you do. I'll check with someone and see if you get credit for that or not.

Kendall: Please, just tell me how we can get back to where we were.

Zach: Where's that?

Kendall: Happy, normal, always only you. Just tell me you remember. Tell me we can get back there again.

Zach: I'm going to the office.

Kendall: No, no, Zach, no, no. If you go, then it's not just me. You have to admit it's you, too.

Zach: Me, what?

Kendall: For the blame. If you walk out of here right now, then you have to admit that you shut up when we should talk, and you walk away when you should stay. I can't fix this by myself. I'm -- I am here ready to do this. If you walk out that door, then it's your fault, too.

Zach: I won't be late.

Tad: Ok, Mama, you know, enough is enough. Come on, pack it -- ah.

Krystal: No, we can't -- we can't pack it in. Opal's going to tell me that Babe is going to be all right. She is, isn't she? I don't have to worry, do I?

Opal: Uh, oh, my goodness.

Krystal: Oh, oh, oh, no, no, it's ok, it's ok. It's just water. I'll dry it up.

Opal: Well, I'm afraid the moment has passed.

Krystal: Oh.

Opal: No, the guide has left. There's no -- no chance that you'll be getting anything more out of these cards.

Krystal: But -- but, Opal, Opal, you saw something earlier, something that knocked you breathless.

Tad: Probably her youngest son saying he wants to be just like his dear old dad. How is Pete, anyway?

Opal: Uh, you know, I think that -- uh, speaking of Petey, I better just give him a call on my way out.

Tad: Oh, thank you, Lord.

Krystal: No, no, you can't leave.

Opal: Yes, I can.

Tad: Yes, she can. She really, really can.

Opal: I really can, and you just give Jenny a kiss for me, and you, uh -- see you later.

Krystal: No, no, no, no.

Tad: Oh, no, you don't, my wonderfully sexy rube of a wife. You're not going anywhere.

Krystal: She can't get me all worked up and then just rush off.

Tad: Baby doll, that's what these cards are for. Come on. We're talking about Mama here. If they were worth the cardboard they were printed on, how come I've never won on the ponies?

Krystal: You don't bet the ponies.

Tad: If they were wrong 50% of the time, I'd be at the track oh-dee-do-dah-day.

Krystal: Something bad is going to happen to the Carey women. That is what she said. Now doesn't that scare you?

Tad: No, why should it? My mother knows two things, fried chicken and mud masks. Both, and, you know, together and separately.

Krystal: Oh, great.

Tad: Look, the idea of either one of us losing sleep over her prognostications, as far as safety and well-being, is just, you know, too absurd to contemplate. Sweetheart, life is good. It's great for you, me, J.R., and Babe. All our ducks are in a row, our bases are covered. Some other metaphor I can't think of right now. Just remember one thing -- life is peachy.

Krystal: You are a nut.

Tad: Yes, but I'm your nut. And I'm a very rational nut. I'm a rational nut who's telling you you cannot let Mama's patent brand of lunacy get to you. It's just a waste of time. Remember, peachy.

[Pinball machine plays]

Jesse: Devane?

Aidan: Reach the high score yet?

Jesse: No, obviously Tad had a lot of time on his hands.

Aidan: Care to show me a search warrant?

Jesse: Show me yours.

Aidan: It's a bit late to be flirting, isn't it? After you've already seen my stuff.

Jesse: The search warrant, Devane.

Aidan: I'm not sure what you're getting at.

Jesse: You're trying to dig up dirt on me, right? Really bad move.

[Car approaches]

[Engine stops, car door shuts]

Kendall: What's wrong?

Greenlee: This is what you wanted. I was with Ryan. I wanted to help. This is what's left of me.

Kendall: Ok, why don't you sit down a second and relax. I'll get you some tea. Do you want some wine?

Greenlee: That's supposed to fix me? This is what you wanted. You begged for it.

Kendall: For what?

Greenlee: Save Ryan, heal him, get him back some happiness.

Kendall: Tonight? Ah, I'm sorry. I was busy dealing with his broken-hearted daughter.

Greenlee: You made this my job, my problem. You pushed me to be there, to help him, no matter what it does to me, no matter how being with him -- how it feels.

Kendall: How it feels? Meaning what? How does it feel, Greenlee? What the hell happened between the two of you? Oh, my God, Greenlee.

Greenlee: Shut up. Nothing happened. Nothing ever would because I love Aidan, and Ryan is a decent human being. Nothing.

Kendall: Is that the problem, then?

Greenlee: You're acting like this is about sex. He's in agony, Kendall, the dark place you go to when you lose everything. And to make me feel like I have to be there -- that I'm the only way that he can be ok --

Kendall: Wait, where is he now?

Greenlee: That's all that matters to you? I'm here. I need you.

Kendall: Yeah, to yell at.

Greenlee: To make you see -- you keep pushing. You push and you manipulate until someone gets hurt. Well, this time it's me.

Kendall: Oh, God, give me a break, Greenlee. Come on, I don't own your soul. It's not "my wish is your command." You went to see Ryan, you. Because that's what you wanted.

Zach: Perfect timing. Can you look over these numbers from last night?

[Zach hands Ryan a folder with a picture that Emma drew in it]

Zach: Emma and Spike had a little art session after dinner.

Annie: Ryan did this. Just like he took Emma. Ryan did not even know that Emma existed when we came to Pine Valley. But now he's going to do whatever it takes to keep her away from me. And so he's going to need evidence, so he probably hired somebody to watch me. He's going to -- he's going to twist everything I say or do to prove that I don't deserve to be with her.

Babe: Annie, you are a wonderful parent. Sometimes even the best parents, they go through a rough patch.

Annie: So you agree with Ryan?

Babe: No, no, Annie. Listen to me, listen. You're scared, ok? I have been scared, too, thinking that I would never see my son again, but you can't just spin off over things that you have no proof about.

Annie: I have to be ready for whatever Ryan has planned, ok? He might try to take sole custody of her.

Babe: It doesn't have to be that way. You and Ryan can still work things out. There -- there is still time.

Annie: We're not you and J.R., Babe. We're not going to find our way back from this.

Babe: I never thought J.R. and I would.

Annie: No --

Opal: How come you and those men had your heads together outside?

J.R.: We had a situation, but it's all taken care of.

Opal: Oh, good.

J.R.: No sensors were tripped. No one's been on the grounds unannounced.

Annie: Well, you don't -- you don't know that for sure. I mean, are you -- did you check all --

J.R.: Annie, you're safe. I promise.

Opal: Now, if somebody's been spooked, I really ought to --

Babe: It's all right, Opal. We have everything under control.

J.R.: Yeah, yeah, can we help you with something?

Opal: Um, could I see you and, uh, her out there?

Babe: Actually, you know what? Annie really hasn't been feeling well. I was thinking of staying with her.

Annie: That's, ok, that's ok. I'll be fine. Go.

Babe: Are you sure? I can get you some water, maybe a beer or something.

Annie: No, I need to be alone for a minute, thank you.

Babe: Ok, ok.

J.R.: All right, come on.

[Phone rings]

Greenlee: I didn't ask for this. You did. You're the one who needs the drama. Not me. Don't even think about it.


Kendall: Yeah?

Annie: How's Emma?

Kendall: She's fine. She had a nice, big dinner, drew some pictures with Spike, and now she's asleep.

Greenlee: Is it Ryan?

Annie: Is that Greenlee? What is she --

Kendall: Stop, ok? Emma's fine. It's getting late.

Annie: Greenlee has no business being near Emma. You have no right. I'm coming over.

Kendall: And piss off Social Services? Not a good idea. Good night, Annie.

[Kendall hangs up]

Kendall: That woman is a lunatic. She is using Emma to get to Ryan. How can you blame me for wanting him the hell away from that bitch?

Opal: So you feel fine? No aches, no pains, nothing unusual?

J.R.: We have gone through this list twice.

Opal: Yeah, well, the cards may tell a different story, and what matters is what I see here and now in the home that you two share.

J.R.: Ok, some stuff has gone down between us, but everything is all right. I promise. No Chandlers are in danger.

Opal: This is about the Carey women. And since you are in love with one, and Tad's married to the other, it includes you.

J.R.: Look, Opal, you know we love you.

Babe: And we appreciate your concern.

J.R.: But Babe is healthy, and she's safe.

Babe: Honestly, we realize how lucky we are. This just helps remind us.

Opal: Well, that's all well and good, but I want you both to hush up now so that I can set my mind at ease that everything for you and for your mama is, indeed, honky dory.

[Opal faints]

Tad: Yes, I see it -- I see it all. I see a wifely hottie dancing at her daughter's wedding as she marries a strapping young mogul. I see said hottie dancing with her incredibly randy husband, her hands sliding south -- south, further south. Oh -- she has great skills.

[Krystal chuckles]

Tad: Speaking of which, how about you and I slip in the closet for a quick round of Greco-Roman wrestling.

Krystal: Oh.

[Krystal chuckles]

Man: Get a room.

Krystal: Oh.

Tad: I'm working on it.

[Krystal laughs]

Jesse: Tad hire you?

Aidan: This is all mine now. I would show you around, but it looks like you've already seen everything.

Jesse: So you're on this all alone?

Aidan: Sorry, chief, on what?

[Jesse chuckles]

Jesse: All right, Mr. Private Eye, Mr. Newlywed Private Eye -- at the office this late. What's up with that?

Aidan: Who can resist a game of pinball?

Jesse: Or could it be all that chaos with the Lavery marriage? You know, the one with the little kid caught up in the middle of that? Some might even say your wife is caught up in all of that mess. Or Ryan Lavery's caught up in your marriage. Either one.

Aidan: Are you trying to get me for assault?

Jesse: Listen, you want me to stay out of your personal business? You stay out of mine, all right? You know better. I can yank your license, Aidan. I can also shut this place down.

Ryan: Any high rollers in the casino tonight? Yeah, well, check him out. Make sure he's clean, ok? Ok.

Zach: She's doing ok.

Ryan: Yeah, I just -- just thinking about a couple years ago when I -- when I -- when actually I met Emma. We were at the hospital, and we were -- we were waiting for the D.N.A. results to come back to prove that Annie was her mom.

Zach: The D.N.A. glitch with the chimera thing.

Ryan: Yeah, yeah, it's just -- Social Services took her then, and, um, every time she sees a police officer --

Zach: I remember.

Ryan: Yeah. At the time, I swore that she would never be away from her mom, and now, all of a sudden, I'm the guy that's taking her away.

Zach: Hey. You do whatever you have to to keep your daughter safe.

Ryan: She's changed, Zach. She's not the same woman that I married. She's not -- I don't know exactly what got her to this point, but I do know I don't know how to fix it. I don't know how to fix it for Emma or for Annie.

Zach: You take care of your daughter. Annie's on her own.

Kendall: Now that lunatic wants to come to my house. It's just great.

Greenlee: No, you can't tune me out.

Kendall: You survived. You're in one piece.

Greenlee: No way. This is your doing, and you will take responsibility.

Kendall: Oh, what did I -- what -- I didn't put a gun to your head. I didn't drag you over to his house and dump you on his floor.

Greenlee: You guilted me into it.

Kendall: I said that Ryan was hurting, and you were the one to help him. Which part of that was a lie?

Greenlee: It's all drama, Kendall, and you live for it.

Kendall: Oh, right. Ok, so I'm the drama queen, and you would rather sit in that cozy little corner and be quiet.

Greenlee: I don't want to hurt anymore, Kendall. Why do you want me to?

Kendall: Why do you hurt, Greenlee? What was so awful that Ryan did to you?

Greenlee: He said things.

Kendall: Like what?

Greenlee: He got angry, and he pushed me away.

Kendall: Ok, and that tore you up?

Greenlee: Yes.

Kendall: Made you cry?

Greenlee: Yes.

Kendall: Because you love him. Aidan protected you. He stood by you. So you ended up going to Vegas and saying "I do." And after losing Ryan, you think that a nice, safe marriage to Aidan is the answer. But it won't stop the ache, Greenlee. It won't. When you look at him and when you think of him --

Greenlee: You're sick. You're fixated on Ryan's love life -- me.

Kendall: Will you spend the rest of your life happily married to Aidan? Or will the two of you slowly drift apart, because one day you finally admit to yourself that it's not enough? And when that happens, it will hurt Aidan even more than if you left him right now.

Greenlee: That won't happen.

Kendall: Ryan was the man you wanted to have a child with, Greenlee. You came back because of him. And now what? Suddenly, there's nothing there anymore?

Greenlee: Is it because Aidan and I are happy, and you and Zach are miserable? Is that why you want me to leave Aidan?

Kendall: Ryan's just a friend, right? That's it? So you don't care if he falls in love with someone else or wants to touch someone new? You don't want him anymore --

Greenlee: I'm married, Kendall. How hard is that to understand?

Kendall: Greenlee, go ahead. Go ahead and say that you're not still in love with him. No one believes you.

Emma: I want my mommy and daddy.

Greenlee: Honey, I know. I know.

[Annie looks through the window at Greenlee hugging Emma]

Greenlee: Did you know that one of the very first times I met you, it was right here? There was a big storm outside and it rained and I got so wet -- soaked, like I jumped in a pool with all my clothes on. And do you know who made me feel better? You, Emma Lavery. You handed me your doll to make me feel better, and I thought, "What a great girl. What an amazing, brave, smart, sweet girl."

Emma: Me?

Greenlee: Yeah, you. What a wonderful big girl.

Zach: All right. Looks good. Order the audit.

Ryan: Yeah. No one there to take the call right now, Zach. Not exactly prime work hours.

Zach: Good point. It's something about her, man. It's not just about you. Annie, you know, she blames you in some way. You get sucked in and now you want to fix it and do whatever you can.

Ryan: You know, that to me sounds a little bit like, uh, you and Hannah.

Zach: I guess maybe so. I gave her a lot of chances, because I thought she wanted a friend -- wanted help with something and then the next thing I know, she takes a shot at my wife.

Ryan: She's got lousy aim.

Zach: Her aim was good. It's your ninja reflexes that saved her.

Ryan: Yeah. Well, Annie would never -- you know what? I honestly -- I don't know what Annie's capable of doing anymore. I don't, at all. I mean, she has completely and totally unraveled in the last month -- completely. Emma's not safe with her, not until she pulls it together.

Zach: Well, you can't do that for Annie. She's got to do that on her own.

Ryan: I know, but I got to do something.

[Zach sighs]

Zach: I told someone a little while ago that I had no regrets. That's not entirely true, because I should have dealt with Hannah a lot sooner.

Tad: Bad day?

Jesse: Finally had that conversation with Angela.

Tad: Ah. So, all that bad news is a thing of the past? How'd she take it?

Jesse: You know my wife. She's a queen.

Tad: No argument. So you two are ok?

Jesse: I'm the jackass for not telling her sooner.

Tad: I wouldn't go that far. But this other woman, so to speak, she's definitely a thing of the past, right?

Jesse: She's taken care of.

Tad: Glad to hear it.

Jesse: Do me a favor, Tad. Next time you have a question, don't sic your damn partner on me.

Tad: Ex-partner. And I have no idea --

Jesse: No idea what I'm talking about, I know. Neither did he.

Tad: Ok. I'm sorry. I apologize. But in my defense, what you and Angela have is worth its weight in gold. It's worthy of respect and protection.

Jesse: Thaddeus, we go way back. If there's ever anything bugging you about me, you come to me. Don't you go behind my back.

Tad: Understood.

Babe: Opal, are you ok?

Opal: What happened?

J.R.: You fainted, or swooned, or had the vapors. Maybe you didn't eat dinner.

Babe: Yeah, maybe it was the cards.

Opal: The cards. Oh, my Lord.

Babe: Ok, Opal, Opal, look at me.

Opal: The cards.

Babe: Look at me. I'm fine. I'm here all in one piece. It doesn't matter what these cards say. They can't hurt me.

J.R.: Yeah. You need to relax. You know, maybe get Palmer to spring for a nice cruise.

Babe: Yeah. You're all worked up. You just -- you just need to relax. Everything's going to be all right.

Opal: It's not just you. It's everybody needs saving. Something bad is coming to Pine Valley.

Kendall: She fall asleep?

Greenlee: Yeah.

Kendall: You were amazing with her. You calmed her right down. She felt safe. Ryan will get custody, and his daughter likes you. And that's a big deal.

Greenlee: And what? We can be a big family?

Kendall: If you're ready to admit what you really want.

Greenlee: Good night, Kendall.

Kendall: You know, you used to be so brave. You weren't afraid to do anything to get what you want. What happened to you? Are you going to go home or are you going to go back to Ryan's?

J.R.: How about we step away from the tarot. Just give the cards a rest.

Babe: Yeah. I mean, it would be a shame to get everybody all worked up over no reason.

J.R.: Yeah. Yeah, I can give you a ride home.

Opal: You're in love -- real, solid, true love. Say it.

Babe: Yes, it's real, Opal, and wonderful.

J.R.: What we have is something that we've always wanted, but we never thought that we'd get.

Opal: Then you hold on to it -- to each other and don't ever, ever let go no matter what. You hear me?

Babe: Of course.

J.R.: Yeah. Well, you're going to be able to see that up close and personal right at the wedding. Let me. Ok. Maybe I should follow her.

[Babe sighs]

Babe: Have you ever seen her like that before? I mean, she was giving me chills.

J.R.: Hmm.

Babe: What if she's right? What if something bad is going to happen?

J.R.: Yeah, something already has. I booked the wedding band without consulting you. Is a heavy-metal version of "Here Comes the Bride" -- is that -- is that bad? Makes me wish I hadn't cut my hair.

Babe: You are so mean.

J.R.: Well, how about the Thai Elvis triplets?

Babe: Stop it.

J.R.: Polka Bob and the Polkettes?

Babe: You know what? You keep that up and I may not marry you at all.

J.R.: Yes, you will. You know why? Because this is real.

Babe: And wonderful.

J.R.: Hmm.

[Annie sighs]

[Doorbell rings]

Annie: What do you want?

Ryan: A divorce. I just wanted to let you know that I'm filing the papers in the morning.

Annie: You want out? Fine, but you're not getting Emma. I'll never give you my daughter.

Ryan: I'm also filing for full custody, and if you choose to fight me on this, you're going to regret it.

Kendall: I waited up for you.

Zach: Yeah, I can see that.

Kendall: Where did you go again?

Zach: To get some work done.

Kendall: Greenlee came over.

Zach: Yeah?

Kendall: Yeah. She -- she helped put Emma back to sleep. She still loves Ryan.

Zach: I'm going to check on the boys.

Aidan: You miss me?

Greenlee: You love me?

Aidan: More than anything.

Greenlee: Show me.

Aidan: Come here.

Jesse: Hey. Me? Well, I just copped to having a relationship that's over. I lied to my friend and my wife. I got to go now, ok?

[A gust of wind blows Opal's cards to the floor]

Opal's voice: Something bad is coming to Pine Valley.

[Krystal feels unsettled and takes refuge in Tad's strong arms. J.R. kisses and hugs Babe but looks concerned.

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