AMC Transcript Friday 10/3/08

All My Children Transcript Friday 10/3/08

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Episode #9972
Written by Charles Pratt, Jr., Daran Little, Tracey Thomson, Addie Walsh, and Jeff Beldner

Provided by Boo
Proofread by Gisele

Opal: Well, whatever you do, do not tell Palmer that you and Adam Chandler have locked lips for whatever reason. His ticker couldn't take it.

[Doorbell rings]

Opal: Oh.

Erica: Opal, relax. You're so jumpy.

[Doorbell rings]

Opal: Oh, I can't help it.

[Doorbell rings]

Oh. Oh, I can't answer that door. I can't.

Erica: Opal, you're being silly.

Opal: Not after the visions I've had.

[Doorbell rings]

Opal: Oh.

Erica: Ok, this is ridiculous. I'll answer it.

Opal: Well, at your own risk.

Erica: Oh, you're right Opal. It's dark and deeply evil.

Annie: Hello? Is somebody there?

[Annie screams as someone grabs her from behind]

Annie: Get off! Somebody help me! Oh!

Greenlee: It was definitely the right decision. I mean, Ryan has tons of friends. He doesn't need me as a buddy, too. I should've realized this weeks ago. You knew it. You were right. My relationship with Ryan wasn't good for me or for us, and from now on, I can focus on you and our new home, and Ryan can focus on his problems with Annie.

Annie: Somebody help! Somebody help me!

Adam: What's going on here?

Babe: Are you ok?

Annie: I was attacked. Somebody is in the house.

Babe: Oh, my God!

J.R.: Little A.

Angie: Ah, you're spoiling me.

Jesse: Is that a complaint?

Angie: Uh-uh.

Jesse: Look, I know you like a full house, but Frankie moving out of here is not such a horrible idea.

Angie: Well, I could argue with you on that one, but I promised our son that I would try not to butt into his life so much.

Jesse: Think about it. We can run around here now butt naked.

Angie: Aha, aha, so that's why Frankie's moving out is not such a horrible idea, right?

Jesse: Oh, come on now. Seriously, I've waited a long time to get you all to myself. What? Thinking about what I told you the other day, the woman that's been calling me?

Angie: I don't care about that woman. You told me that it was long over with her, and I believe you. We're solid. Nothing is getting in our way now. Keep rubbing, keep rubbing.

Krystal: I am really sorry to barge in, Opal, but I could not get your words out of my head.

Erica: Oh, those poor words.

Krystal: Now, I'm not a huge believer in psychic powers, but I've seen enough crazy, unexplainable stuff not to spit in its face. So if something bad is coming to Babe and me --

Erica: Well, it's probably just one of your many past crimes finally catching up with you.

Opal: Hey, rein it in, gal pal, you're talking to the mama of my granddaughter here. Besides which, we are all parked on the brink of Armageddon, so we've got to kind of be nice to each other.

Krystal: Opal, Opal, isn't there anything more you can tell me?

Opal: Well, I'm not sure that it's what you're looking for, but all the readings say the same thing, that the pending doom and gloom isn't aimed solely at the Carey girls.

Krystal: Well, great. That's not going to help me sleep any better, Opal. Come on, can't you just try the cards one more time?

Erica: Do you really need the cards to tell you what horrible mistakes you've made in your life?

Krystal: I'm trying to find out if this is something that I can prevent. If this is something that Adam is up to, one of his old tricks, then -- then maybe I can --

Erica: Oh, Adam. I see. Is this your new ploy? Using psychic phenomenon to try to insinuate yourself back into his life?

Krystal: Adam and I are history, all right? But doom and Adam are celebrating their golden anniversary, still going strong.

Opal: This is exactly what I was trying to warn you about.

Krystal: Why would you be warning -- right, right. You and Adam were acting a little chummy at the engagement party. Though -- so does this mean that you two --

Erica: This means nothing. Don't try to think too hard, Krystal.

Opal: Ok, all right. I will go and fetch the cards. Neither of you is allowed to pull out your talons till I get back, especially over somebody like Adam Chandler.

Babe: Little Adam's safe. He's still sleeping. There's a guard outside of his door.

Annie: Oh, thank God.

Adam: What did this person look like?

J.R.: Did you catch him?

Guard: There's no sign of anyone.

Annie: Well, he couldn't have gotten away that quickly.

Babe: Just keep looking, ok?

J.R.: What exactly happened, Annie?

Annie: I came home, and I heard a noise, and I called out, and nobody answered, so I came in here to see what the sound was, and somebody grabbed me in the dark.

Colby: Oh, my God.

Adam: What did this person look like?

Annie: I -- I don't -- I don't know. I didn't see him at all. It happened so fast.

Babe: But it was a man?

Annie: Yes, yes, that, I am sure of.

Colby: Daddy, I don't want to sleep here tonight.

Adam: You will sleep soundly, my love. No figment of Annie's imagination is about to attack you.

Annie: Imagination? Someone grabbed me, Adam. He put his hands over my mouth, so I couldn't scream for help, ok? If I hadn't elbowed him --

Babe: It's -- it's all right. You're safe now.

Adam: You've always been safe here, regardless of what you've told my security team.

Annie: Look, he left marks, ok? Look.

Adam: Perhaps you've been wringing your hands too hard.

J.R.: Just take it easy, Dad.

Babe: Yeah, this isn't a joke.

Adam: Your attacker, is this the same person who's been watching you and following you?

Annie: I don't know. I would guess so.

J.R.: Well, it wouldn't be the first time that somebody gained access in the old tunnels, Dad.

Adam: Well, why has no one but, uh, Annie come in contact with this man in the walls?

Annie: I don't know.

Adam: Maybe because there is no attacker.

Annie: Yes, there is!

Adam: Maybe it's a desperate plea for attention.

Babe: All right, stop it, Adam.

Adam: No, I've had enough. The minute you scared my daughter, you went too far.

Krystal: So why exactly was Opal trying to warn you about Adam?

Erica: She's warned you and Babe about some unseen danger, she warned me about Adam, and her friends Henny Penny and Foxy Loxy have been warned that the sky is falling.

[Krystal chuckles]

Krystal: Well, Opal is no Chicken Little. If she's putting out stop signs for you and Adam, there's got to be a reason.

Erica: You know, you could find plenty of reasons to be jealous of me, Krystal, but Adam isn't one of them.

Krystal: I am not jealous. I promise you. If you want Adam, he is all yours.

[Opal moans]

Krystal: Opal?

Opal: Oh.

Krystal: Opal, what's wrong?

Opal: Oh, the minute my French tips hit the cards, I had another vision. It was total devastation, and it was about you, clear as day, bound in tragedy to Adam Chandler.

J.R.: We'll be here. Thank you.

Adam: The police force in this town already has a bias against this family, and now you're dragging them over here to deal with Annie's phantom assailant.

J.R.: You might want to rely on your arsenal, but I'm not taking chances with my family.

Annie: You know, I understand that Adam is sick and tired of me being his house guest, ok? But does he really think that I would lie about something like this?

Babe: Yes, because the man tells far worse lies all the time.

Annie: What, and he just enjoys pulling the wings off of flies and women who have lost everything?

Babe: You haven't lost everything.

Annie: Babe, I have no home. I have no job. I'm not even allowed to live with my daughter right now. My husband hates me. I lost the baby I was carrying, and now, someone is -- is coming after me.

Babe: Ok, look. Everything is going to be all right.

Annie: Who would do this? Who would do something like this? I mean, honestly, the only person I can think of is Ryan.

Babe: You can't still believe that.

Annie: Who else, Babe? Who else? I mean, what if -- what if he hired someone to -- to follow me or to grab me or worse?

Babe: But Ryan wouldn't do something like that, ok? You need to calm down.

Annie: Well, Ryan's done a lot of things lately I didn't think he would. I mean, what's stopping him? It's not like he loves me anymore, right?

Babe: Ok, Annie, you're working yourself up, ok? You need to stay strong and calm right now. You can't lose it. Your daughter needs you right now.

Annie: You're right. You're right. Emma needs me. I have to get it together.

Guard: Don't fight us! Mr. Chandler, get out here.

Annie: What's happening?

Adam: What is it?

Guard: We found the intruder.

Ryan: What?

Annie: I told you. It was Ryan.

Greenlee: With Annie out of Fusion, it's one less tie to Ryan, one less reason to see him, and one less reason to talk about him, so since he's out of my life, I'm going to shut up about him right now.

Aidan: Hmm.

Greenlee: What?

Aidan: I'm just waiting for you to get every single last bit of Ryan out of your system.

Greenlee: All gone.

Aidan: Good. Well, then I can give you something else for you to fixate on.

Greenlee: Well, I wouldn't exactly call it fix -- what did you do?

Aidan: I was going to give you these in the Bahamas, but then you got sick, and -- well, anyway, happy honeymoon.

Greenlee: I didn't get you anything.

Aidan: She says as she eagerly rips open the box.

Greenlee: Oh, oh.

Aidan: Oh, it sounded good.

Greenlee: That is way beyond good. They're beautiful.

Aidan: I wanted to get you the most beautiful pair so you could wear them every day.

Greenlee: Well, every day is pushing it a little. I do like to change things up a bit, but they're definitely at the top of my list, and they'll go with those four new outfits I got on the trip.

Aidan: Mm-hmm.

Greenlee: Thank you. They're perfect. Now I have to give you something.

Aidan: No, you don't.

Greenlee: Fair is fair. I'm going to give you something right now.

Aidan: I like the sound of that.

Greenlee: It starts with me in a long, hot bath.

Adam: We can take care of this from now. Apparently, you, um, attacked your soon-to-be ex-wife in my house.

Ryan: What?

Annie: Oh, don't play dumb. Ryan, they caught you.

Ryan: I don't -- I'm -- I'm playing dumb, Annie. I didn't attack you. I just got here.

J.R.: Well, then why were you wandering around the property?

Ryan: Because I -- I saw Annie and Babe from the driveway, and I thought that I would avoid a run-in with you by not using the front door, ok? You told them that I attacked you?

Annie: I -- I didn't see who grabbed me, but you're telling the truth. It wasn't you.

Babe: Of course, it wasn't Ryan.

Ryan: So hold on a second. Somebody broke in here?

Adam: Yeah, my men are on top of that.

J.R.: Yeah, I called the police.

Annie: Ryan, what are you doing here?

Ryan: I needed to talk to you, Annie.

Annie: Guys, I'm sorry. Would you mind?

Babe: Sure.

Adam: Oh, no, of course not, of course not. I love being dismissed on my own estate. Oh, my God. Um, why don't you two have a chat with you -- chat with the fellow that you thought mugged you earlier.

Opal: Sip it slowly. A little slower than that.

Erica: Opal, if you're making this up to ward me off Adam --

Opal: I am not making this up, Erica. Pine Valley is on its way to hell in a handbasket, and you and Adam are riding shotgun. You and Babe are probably in the backseat, but this is bad. It's catastrophe-sized bad. It's dogs-and-cats-sleeping-together bad.

Krystal: Ok, ok, Opal, we get that it's bad. Is there anything that we can do?

Erica: We can check Opal's medicine cabinet to see what pills she's taking.

Opal: I am -- I have not taken anything. I would not lie about a thing as serious as this. This is life and death, Erica, emphasis on the death.

Erica: Ok, I have no more time for this. So, Opal I wish you good night, and, Krystal, you don't need tarot cards to know what I wish you.

Krystal: Sweet dreams to you, too, Erica. Opal, come on. Is there anything more that we can do? No, I -- I am not getting drunk while Babe is -- is facing who knows what. Now come on. There's got to be something.

Opal: You're right we've got to fix this ourselves.

Jesse: Baby, could you lower the window? I'm feeling a little breeze.

Angie: Oh, well, so much for running around butt naked then.

[Jesse laughs]

[Angie laughs]

Jesse: You got jokes, huh? Come here, you. Give me some. Mmm.

[Knock on door]

Angie: Oh, no, now who is that?

[Jesse groans]

Jesse: Wrong apartment. We're not expecting anybody.

[Knock on door]

Angie: Oh, well, you know what? It -- it sounds like they have the right apartment, sweetie.

Jesse: No, no, no, no.

Angie: Look, don't -- don't worry. I've got this, ok? I'll get rid of whoever it is. I promise.

Jesse: Be firm.

Opal: Oh, thank goodness.

Angie: What, O -- Opal, is everything all right?

Opal: Oh, not even close. This is called life and death. Is Jesse here?

Jesse: Jesse's off-duty.

Erica: Annie Lavery is still here?

Adam: Oh, yes, oh, yes, and, uh, this week, um, this week, uh, the mystery fiend attacked our heroine under the cloak of darkness. Fortunately, she survived, but I don't feel for an instant that she ever got attacked at all. So, let's talk about you.

Erica: Ok.

Adam: Hmm, what brings you here at this hour?

Erica: Well --

Adam: That kiss wasn't quite enough for you, was it?

Erica: Ugh, you won't believe why I'm here, Adam. I hardly believe it myself.

Adam: Well, you've piqued my interest.

Erica: Opal had a vision. Yeah, I know, but she's very adamant about it.

[Adam chuckles]

Adam: Well, as long as it doesn't involve Pete and, uh, Colby getting married, I -- I think I can live with it.

Erica: It was you and me, bound together in tragedy.

Adam: Ooh. I really love the "bound together" part.

Erica: Opal is a very good friend, so it's very hard to ignore this.

Adam: Yes, well -- well, then maybe we can, uh, keep the soothsaying part and, uh, just get rid of the tragedy part and find -- find something else to bind us together.

Erica: Well, you just don't stop, do you?

Adam: You wouldn't have me any other way.

[Adam chuckles]

Annie: It used to be so easy for us to talk.

Ryan: Maybe it's a good thing that Emma's not in this house, if somebody broke in.

Annie: Not "if," Ryan. Somebody broke in.

Ryan: Well, I'm glad you're ok, and I checked in on Emma. She's -- she's doing all right, so --

Annie: I know.

Ryan: Anyway, um, it's not good for her, you know, all this -- all this fighting and -- and all the threats. She's getting a little bit older now, and there's only so much that we can keep from her, you know?

Annie: I agree.

Ryan: So I apologize for charging in here and throwing the divorce and the custody suit in your face like I did. I'm sorry.

Annie: I think we both said a lot of things that we probably regret.

Ryan: Yeah. I mean, we need to find a way to make this just more peaceful, make everything that we're going through just -- just a little bit more calm with a little bit more peace of mind, preferably without getting police involved.

Annie: I'm so glad to hear you say that. I really am. Ryan, I'm sorry I accused you of attacking me, but someone was here and he grabbed me. He put his hand over my mouth, and I couldn't -- I couldn't breathe. I thought I was gonna die.

Ryan: I'm glad you're ok.

Annie: And you know what I was thinking about that whole time when I was fighting back and using every muscle to fight him off? I was thinking about you. I was thinking about you telling me to fight back -- stay alive. You telling me that I was needed. I just -- I feel so much safer when I'm with you.

Ryan: You need to feel safe always, Annie, whether I'm with you or not.

Annie: I've missed you so much, Ryan. Things have been so terrible lately.

Ryan: I know. And they shouldn't be, and they should be good again.

Annie: Oh, my God. It's so good to hear you say that. You feel it, too.

Ryan: Annie? What are you doing?

Annie: You said that things shouldn't be so terrible. That you wanted me safe, that we should work things out.

Ryan: Work things out with the divorce and with Emma. I mean, I still want you safe, but it doesn't change how I feel or where we are right now.

Annie: So you don't want to try again?

Ryan: I -- I don't know exactly how you can make that leap, Annie. I -- I mean, are you listening to what -- what I'm saying? What I'm trying to say anyways, is that I want to stop fighting, you know? I want to -- I want to try to cooperate, to make the divorce as stress-free as possible.

Annie: Stress-free divorce? Just like a stress-free custody battle? Is that even possible, Ryan? Where do you find that? It's not like buying fat-free milk at the supermarket, ok? There are lives involved here -- our daughter's life.

Ryan: That's exactly who I'm trying to protect, Annie.

Annie: And how's that? How's that? By taking her from her mother? Is that what's stressing you out? I'm so sorry to be such a problem for you, Ryan.

Ryan: I'm going to make this a little bit more clear, because for some reason, you're not getting it. Um, you've lied about some pretty major things, ok, Annie, all right? You went to the police and told them that I physically abused you when I didn't. You smashed up our car just to get attention. You left a gun in your bedroom where our daughter could find it --

Annie: I told you I did not do that.

Ryan: I know what you told me. I know what you told me. I also know a year ago, you left a house. You grabbed your daughter and you left, because you found a gun. You know what I mean? You've changed, Annie. I mean, you've got to see that, right?

Annie: I remember that house. We fell in love in that house. We were married there.

Ryan: And it's over, ok? I -- I'm not trying to be mean. I'm just saying -- I don't know how else to say it. You've got to accept it.

Annie: I've had to accept a lot of things, Ryan. And you know what? From now on, there's some new things that you're going to have to accept.

Adam: Any more intruders, Annie?

Annie: If I do see him, I'll be sure to send him to your room.

[Adam chuckles]

Erica: Well, that's not very polite for somebody staying in somebody else's house.

Adam: You see what I mean?

Erica: Well, that woman has caused my daughter Kendall so much trouble at Fusion. Adam, I, frankly, don't understand how you ever let her stay here in the first place.

J.R.: The coast is clear.

Babe: And Stephen is posted right down the hall outside Little A's room.

Annie: Thank you. I really do not know what I would've done without the two of you.

Babe: Have you counted the spare bedrooms in this place? It's not exactly a sacrifice to spare one for you.

Annie: It's not that, though. It's just everybody's been turning on me, you know? Fired from Fusion. Ryan has found a way to break my heart all over again. Adam is downstairs mocking me for being attacked. But you both believe me, and it means more to me than you know.

J.R.: Of course, we believe you.

[Annie hugs J.R.]

J.R.: Um, good night, Annie.

Annie: Ok.

Babe: Good night.

[While Ryan goes to the boathouse to swim in the lake, Greenlee takes off her clothes and soaks in a bubble bath]

Krystal: Opal's had visions.

Jesse: Ah, the visions.

Krystal: Look, I know how it sounds, but let me tell you. They shot chills up and down my spine. Something bad is -- is coming for -- for Babe and --

Opal: And for you and -- and for Erica and for Adam, and I heard screams, too. I -- I don't know whose.

Krystal: Just hear her out. Please, Jesse.

Jesse: I tell you what. Why don't I make a beer run? We can sit and chit this chat over a cold one, you know? I kind of need a beer.

Angie: Uh, honey, we're all out, but I'll go and get some.

Jesse: So, Opal. Uh, these visions. You having them in hi-def these days?

Opal: Well, I -- I wouldn't say that.

Jesse: But they're accurate, right?

Opal: Usually.

Jesse: Usually.

Opal: Well, there was this one time, a few years ago, when I thought I heard, um, your spirit actually talking to me from the other side, and, obviously, that wasn't true, because you weren't on the other side. You were on this side.

Jesse: Ahem.

Angie: Um, I'll be back.

Jesse: Mm-hmm.

Angie: Oh, hi.

Woman: Hey.

Angie: Are you new in the building? I haven't seen you before.

Woman: Oh, no, I'm actually just visiting.

Angie: Oh.

Woman: A friend. Just waiting for him, actually.

Angie: Oh, ok. Elevator is always slow.

Woman: You in a hurry?

Angie: No, just running to the store for my husband.

[Angie taps her foot]

Woman: So how long have you been married?

Angie: 25 years.

Woman: Wow.

[Angie giggles]

Greenlee: Aidan, have you seen the moon tonight? It's amazing.

[At the boathouse, Ryan picks up his clothes and stares at the moon]

Greenlee: There you are. You're missing this beautiful moon.

Aidan: Aren't we forgetting something?

Greenlee: Sorry. Your present is almost ready.

Aidan: I didn't mean that. I meant this. How soon we forget.

Greenlee: Ha-ha. Like I'll ever forget my wedding ring. Not the one that you gave me for our last-minute ceremony or that permanent one you gave me when we got back from Vegas.

Aidan: Well, I'd slip it on your finger right now.

Greenlee: Should we get a justice of the peace over here?

Aidan: No, I don't think we need that. Come here. I give you this ring as symbol of my love for you. And let it be a reminder that I'll always be by your side, and I will always be a faithful partner to you.

Greenlee: Oh. You remembered every word.

Aidan: As if I'd forget.

Greenlee: Are you going to recite your vows on a regular basis?

Aidan: Only to remind you of how much I love you.

Aidan and Greenlee: Mmm.

[Door shuts]

Adam: You know, with Annie's little girl gone, I'm spared the incessant request to play tea party, and, uh, don't even get me started about that housekeeper you sicced on me. Carmen. She, uh, keeps hiding my Scotch.

Erica: Well, you shouldn't drink anyhow, with your heart problems.

Adam: It's the traffic in this house that caused my heart problem.

Erica: Well, you can grumble all you like, Adam. You know you hated it when this house was empty. Frankly, I know the feeling. I mean, I'm at the Yacht Club. I'm in the center of everything, but it doesn't feel like home.

Adam: We could trade places. Or, uh, I could try bunking in with you.

Erica: You know something? You are just amazing. You will keep complaining, but the truth is you would stay in this house even if it became a -- a full-fledged train station. They're going to have to pry you out of this place with your fingernails.

Adam: Oh, really? Ah, look. The 9:02 Express, right on time.

J.R.: Little Adam woke up because of all the commotion.

Adam: Commotion? Yeah, well, you want rid of the commotion? Pack Annie's bags, ok?

Babe: It's not Annie's fault somebody broke in and grabbed her.

Adam: She is just as delusional as that brother of hers, the bone-marrow thief. For God sakes, get her out of here before she starts coveting our body parts.

Babe: [Whispering] It's ok. [Regular voice] Play nice. There's a child in the room, Adam.

Colby: Dad, come on. Annie's been through a lot. Now she's got a stalker. Give her a break.

Adam: The only stalking -- person stalking her is her own need for attention.

J.R.: Erica, what are you doing?

Erica: Talking to your father.

Adam: Yeah, not, uh, not, uh, pitching a tent in the -- in the, uh, guest room or crying wolf like sad, little, orphan Annie.

Babe: Obviously, you don't know Annie at all, Adam.

Adam: Well, do you have a pretty firm grip on what makes Annie Lavery tick?

Erica: Adam, are you and Annie close?

Adam: No, no, I just don't think that Babe has a particularly good sense of judgment of character here, especially when it comes to the Novak family.

J.R.: Oh, come on, Dad. Lay off.

Adam: Gladly. As soon as that freeloader is out of my house.

Babe: Adam, she's my friend. She has nowhere else to go.

J.R.: I thought you wanted us close, you know, like a family.

Erica: He does. Of course, he does. Adam just -- just forgets that sometimes.

Adam: Annie is now family?

J.R.: No, but we are, which means we get a vote on who stays in this house. Now, if all this commotion is just too much for you --

[Annie screams]

Erica: Oh! My God, what was that?

Adam: Oh, well, do -- you don't recognize that? The wolf is back.

Angie: Oh, hi. Your friend didn't show up yet?

Woman: Nope.

Angie: Well, you're welcome to wait in our apartment, if you want.

Woman: Oh, that's ok. I appreciate it, though.

Angie: All right, good night.

Woman: Good night.

Jesse: Well, I'm not really sure what I can do against unknown forces with nothing really specific to look out for.

[Krystal sighs]

Krystal: I -- I understand, Jesse. I just want to protect my baby doll, and I just don't know how.

Opal: You've got to put everybody on alert, you know? Make sure nobody is asleep at the switch, because I am telling you. When this thing -- whatever it is -- stomps its bone-crushing boots into town, we are going to need every bit of help we can get.

Jesse: Beer.

Opal: Listen, I am not joking around here, Jesse.

Jesse: Opal --

Opal: I swear on my Jenny's grave. I am scared.

Jesse: Opal, Opal, all right, Opal. Listen, I will keep my eyes and my ears open for any sign of trouble, ok?

Opal: All right.

Jesse: All right?

Krystal: Thank you. I appreciate it. Enjoy your beer.

Opal: Yeah.

Angie: All right, guys. All right, good night.

Krystal: Good night.

Angie: Listen, call me.

Krystal: I will.

Opal: Yeah, and I will let you know if the cards give me any more information.

Jesse: You do that, Opal.

Opal: All right.

Angie: Now, that was creepy.

Jesse: Don't tell me she got to you, too. Would you look at this? The all-seeing, all-knowing psychic forgot her pocketbook. Unbelievable. Madame Opal, you forgot your bag of tricks.

Opal: W -- oh, my Lord. My mind is so focused on the future, I forgot where I was. Thank you.

Jesse: Don't hurt yourself, Opal.

Opal: Well, I'll try not to. All right, nighty-night.

Jesse: Nighty-night.

Woman: Hey.

Jesse: What the hell are you -- no, no, no, no, you shouldn't be here.

Woman: I know, but I am.

Jesse: No, no, no, no, no. You can't be here. You can't --

Greenlee: Mmm.

Aidan: Hey. Where you going?

Greenlee: I have to dry my hair.

Aidan: Just let it dry naturally. It looks great like that.

Greenlee: Yeah, and walk into Fusion tomorrow with poodle hair. No one would even notice my beautiful new earrings.

Aidan: Can't have that now, can we? Go do your poodle.

Greenlee: Then meet me in bed for your present.

Aidan: Testing, one, two, testing. One, two.

Greenlee: What's taking you so long? I can't get out of this wet towel all by myself.

Aidan: At your service, ma'am.

[Ryan exhales as he sits down to think]

Babe: All right, calm down and tell us what happened.

Colby: The guard didn't see anything.

Annie: Well, he didn't see anything because the guy was out there.

Babe: Who?

J.R.: I don't see anything.

Annie: No, somebody was banging at the window. They were trying to open the window by banging on it, and --

J.R.: All right, this is the second floor.

Annie: You can climb up the drainpipe.

J.R.: No, I -- I don't think you can.

Annie: Trust me, I know you can.

Babe: Um, it's -- it's possible.

J.R.: Well, did you get a close look at the guy this time?

Annie: No.

J.R.: Well, the branches of the tree hit the window all the --

Annie: Well, the branches -- there was definitely a person out there. I swear. I don't want to sleep here alone tonight.

Colby: If this guy is climbing the walls outside, he could break in any window.

Babe: All right, nobody is going to break in here, Annie. I -- I have an idea. Why don't you just sleep in our room tonight with me? Is that ok?

J.R.: Sure. I'll just sleep in here.

Annie: Thank you. All right, I'll go get some of my stuff together.

Colby: I'll help.

Annie: Ok.

J.R.: Now, I never want to admit to this ever, but I think my dad's right.

Babe: I don't want to admit it either, but Annie really might be losing it.

Adam: Learn young, my little namesake. Women require constant attention and reassurance, so don't -- don't you fall victim to their schemes, no matter how pretty the package. Oh, why am I going on like this? Of course, you're going to fall victim to their charms. You're a Chandler.

Erica: Was that for his benefit or for mine?

Adam: I can't teach you about the booby traps of Erica Kane until you're much older.

Erica: Actually, it's the women of the world who need to be warned about the Chandler men, not the other way around.

Adam: Oh, oh, cover your ears. Uh-uh, no, no. That was a booby trap.

Erica: Well, uh, the screaming has stopped, so I trust that it's safe to venture out?

Adam: Well, uh, why leave so soon? I can put my grandson to bed.

Erica: No, there's definitely been enough excitement for one night.

Adam: I'll, uh, I'll see you out. Here we go. Why don't you sit right there? That's my boy. Be right back.

[A man sneaks into the house and approaches Little A, then hurries back out when he hears Erica and Adam returning]

Erica: Oh, I hope I didn't leave it at Opal's. Oh, here it is.

Adam: Ah, I told you. She's a crafty one. I was there at the door, I leaned in for a good-night kiss, and then suddenly, conveniently, she's forgotten her wrap.

Erica: Oh, Adam, sometimes a wrap is just a wrap.

Adam: Ah, but a kiss --

Erica: Good night, Adam. Night, Little Adam.

Adam: Good night, Erica, but it could've been so much better.

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