AMC Transcript Monday 2/9/09

All My Children Transcript Monday 2/9/09


Episode #10056

Provided by Laurie R.
Proofread by Gisele

Ryan: What the hell are you doing here?

Aidan: Welcome to my cell.

Ryan: To your cell? What happened to your job in D.C., Aidan?

Aidan: The job in D.C. never existed.

Ryan: And you've been here the entire time?

Aidan: Yep, right next to your ex-wife.

Dr. Sinclair: I'm sorry for losing my temper. I never should have hit you. That was totally out of line, not to mention unprofessional. Can you ever forgive me so that we can be friends?

Annie: You're not my friend.

Dr. Sinclair: Oh, now, why would you say that?

Annie: You keep pushing me, forcing me to think about, talk about things I don't remember.

Dr. Sinclair: I do it for your own good.

Annie: You want me to tell you that I murdered my brother.

Dr. Sinclair: Is that the truth? Is that what happened? Did you kill Richie?

Annie: No, no, no. I couldn't have. As bad as Richie was, he was still my family. Don't touch me.

Dr. Sinclair: You know, the more you fight this, the harder it is for me to help you, and, really, that's all I want to do.

Greenlee: If we were swimming in cash, I'd gladly go another 10 rounds with you, but business is terrible, and Kendall's not here to help, so -

Erica: So, she and Fusion need us both, working together.

Pete: So does this mean that there are no more chairs flying?

Erica: For the moment, yes.

Greenlee: I think we should celebrate. Pete, there's some champagne in the fridge. Grab it, will you? And snag three glasses.

Pete: Three?

Greenlee: Sure, one for you, me, and, oh, shoot. You can't drink anymore, can you? I totally forgot.

Erica: Of course, you did. It's only been four and a half years.

Greenlee: Scratch that. Two glasses.

Erica: Actually, I'd make it one, Pete. You really shouldn't drink if you want to squeeze into that wedding gown of yours, all those extra calories?

Greenlee: Huh, which I'm bound to burn off going at it with you. Seriously, it's like working with a human treadmill.

Erica: But I'm not the one people walk all over.

Pete: I'm -- I'm just going to be over here.

Greenlee: Don't bother taking cover. I'm leaving.

Erica: Greenlee, wait.

Greenlee: What? Did you work up another insult?

Erica: No. Look, I hate to admit this, but I need your help.

Bianca: We would've been better off if my sister had never woken up?

Reese: Bianca, I never --

Bianca: Oh, my God, how selfish are you? So she looked at you funny and asked you a few questions. So that means that her boys should grow up without a mom and Zach without a wife? Hey, sorry, as long as you're --

Reese: Ok, Bianca, I never --

Bianca: Stop it, just stop it! Don't pretend that you know my sister when the fact is you don't have a clue.

Kendall: Good night, Zach.

Zach: No, you don't get to do that. You don't get to say good night and send me to my room. We're going to deal with this.

Greenlee: You're asking me for help?

Erica: If there was anyone else I could turn to, believe me, I would, but it's Kendall. I'm -- I'm worried about her.

Greenlee: I'm listening.

Erica: When you and I went to see her --

Greenlee: To talk about Fusion.

Erica: She didn't become involved. I mean, she basically just sat there listening, content to be on the outside, looking in, and you and I both know that she has spent most of her life wanting to be right in the middle of things, and then there's the Bianca-Reese situation.

Greenlee: She told me they moved out.

Erica: And it was so abrupt. Zach claims it had nothing to do with Reese, and I really hate to admit this, but you know my daughter almost as well as I do. What do you think?

Greenlee: Well, I can't believe I'm about to say this, but I completely agree with you. Since she woke up, Kendall's been different. Nothing drastic, just -- something's off.

Erica: I guess I was just too happy at first to notice.

Greenlee: Ryan told me I was overreacting. He said that it was probably a side effect from the coma.

Erica: No, no, it's more than that.

Greenlee: So what are you going to do?

Erica: Well, unfortunately, the second I start asking questions, I'm an interfering mother. But you --

Greenlee: You want me to be the interfering friend?

Erica: Are you uncomfortable with that?

Greenlee: Are you kidding? I love playing that role. I'm in.

Erica: Great.

Greenlee: We'll figure this out, because I don't know about you, but I want my Kendall back.

Erica: Hmm.

Bianca: I -- I know that my sister isn't easy, but there's a reason for that. Because she's been fighting since before she was born. She was a child conceived out of rape, and, therefore, she's been searching her whole life for who she is and where she belongs, all of it.

Reese: Yeah, and she found herself. Look at what Kendall has become.

Bianca: Yes, yes, exactly, a wife, a mother, a fiercely loyal friend. It took a lot for her to get there, and when she finally does, what happens? A freak tornado comes along and almost costs her everything, but she survived. My sister woke up.

Reese: And it is a miracle.

Bianca: Yeah, a messy one, and it's going to take us all some time to adjust, but especially Kendall.

Reese: I get that.

Bianca: Well, then, why can't you just back off?

Reese: When did I become the enemy here?

Bianca: When you said that we would be better off if --

Reese: If what? See, you don't even know, do you? Because you never let me even finish.

Bianca: Oh, oh, I'm sorry. Was -- was I wrong? Go ahead, finish the sentence.

Reese: Why? Why should I? Because it doesn't matter to you. It doesn't matter to you what I think. It doesn't matter to you what I feel. All you care about is Kendall.

Bianca: Oh, my -- excuse me for caring about my sister. She did just wake up from a coma.

Reese: It has nothing to do with the coma. The bottom line is you are choosing her over me.

Bianca: Right now? Yeah, you bet I am.

Kendall: What do you want to know?

Zach: I want to know what you're thinking, what you're feeling. What's going on with you?

Kendall: It's hard to describe.

Zach: You've got to try.

Kendall: Ok. I've been asleep for three months.

Zach: I know. And we're glad you're back.

Kendall: A lot has happened during that time. Your daughter was born. Bianca got engaged. Ryan and Greenlee got back together. Annie. Babe. And then there's Josh.

Zach: It's a lot to take in.

Kendall: Yeah. It's hard to process.

Zach: But if you ever want to talk about it, you want someone to -- to fill you in, I'm here.

Kendall: But I'm not. Yes, I'm here on this couch, but I'm observing. This is someone else's life, someone else's home, and I'm just looking in.

Zach: Well, then stop doing that. Stop looking in and be here with me, and, yes, there's a lot of things we've got to figure out, but we love each other. We'll work through it. Don't shut me out. What? That's funny?

Kendall: That's what I used to say to you. I said that to you over and over when I told you about Aidan. How many times did I ask to be let in? About as many times as you said "No."

Ryan: So what did you do, Aidan? You bribed your way into Oak Haven? Why? Why was this so important to you?

Aidan: I don't know. Listen, if Annie wasn't crazy, well, then, fine, but what if she was? Come on, Ryan. We've all had something to do with that, haven't we?

Ryan: So that's why you're doing this? Out of guilt?

Aidan: Yeah, partly. I just -- I needed to know for sure.

Ryan: And?

Aidan: Annie wasn't faking a thing.

Ryan: Great. Mystery solved. So then, what are you still doing here?

Aidan: Well, no, not really. Since I've been here, I've realized that Sinclair isn't out to help Annie, that she has her own agenda.

Ryan: What kind of agenda?

Aidan: She thinks that Annie's sane, and she's obsessed with proving it, which means Annie goes to prison, ok? This is personal for Sinclair. Somehow she is connected to Richie. Maybe they were in love. I don't know, but one thing is for sure. Sinclair is out to make sure Annie pays, and we can't let that happen, Ryan.

Ryan: Well, what do you want me to do?

Aidan: Expose Sinclair. Get her license revoked. I don't know, but just keep her the hell away from Annie. You don't understand what's been going on in this hospital. I mean, she's been doing things, things to Annie, things to me. I mean, her methods are unorthodox at best.

Ryan: And at worst?

Aidan: They border on abuse. The mother of your child needs you, Ryan, and what are you going to do? Are you going to walk out?

Dr. Sinclair: You know, just because you suppress something, whether it be a memory or a feeling, doesn't make it disappear. It's still in there, deep within your subconscious, and the only way to get rid of it is to be honest, and I know it's scary, but you can do this, and just think how much better you'll feel --

Annie: I remember.

Dr. Sinclair: What? What do you remember?

Annie: I remember everything.

Erica: Uh, Pete, I'm going to run out and do some errands. Can you manage here, alone?

Pete: Is an electron negative? Sure, I'll be fine.

Pete: Sweet. Ow! Ah! Oh, no. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. Erica? Erica, please come back!

Reese: You guys are like some cult. It's like the Kane inner sanctum. I was crazy to think that I could ever break through.

Bianca: Ok, now you're just being ridiculous.

Reese: Am I? First, we have Erica rocking the boat, and then Kendall comes along to capsize it.

Bianca: Right, even though she can barely get out of bed.

Reese: We are being tag-teamed, ok, and it just doesn't feel like them against us. It feels like me against all three of you. Bianca, I want you on my side.

Bianca: No, I am on your side.

Reese: No, you're -- you -- your mom, she doesn't like me, and Kendall doesn't like me, and you know what? Basically, I don't care. I really don't care, but what gets me is you do.

Bianca: You're wrong.

Reese: No, we were fine. We were fine before we came to Pine Valley.

Bianca: No, no, we were fine before that night with Zach. We shouldn't have asked him -- I'm sorry. I shouldn't have asked him to be the donor for our child. Just look at all the problems it's created.

Reese: And look at all of the joy. Bianca. Zach said yes to you, because he loves you, because you mean that much to him.

Bianca: Not as much as Kendall. I should have thought about her instead of just getting so swept up in us.

Reese: There you go, there you go. That is exactly what I am talking about. Look at us. I mean, look at us. We have this wonderful life. You and me and the girls, and all of -- all I want to do is get swept up, and you won't let us.

[Door slams]

Kendall: For such a long time, I would try to talk to you and reach out to you, but you were never there.

Zach: All right, so I shut you out, and now it's your turn?

Kendall: No.

Zach: Well, then what?

Kendall: Everything is so different since the last time I saw you, before the tornado hit.

Zach: Well, the tornado changed a lot for a lot of people. You're not alone in that.

Kendall: But I am alone in this. Everyone has had a chance to rebuild and move on. I've just been standing still.

Zach: Tell me what you need. Tell me what to do. What do you need?

Kendall: I need time to think.

Zach: Well, you're in luck. I -- I've got to -- I've got to go to the casino, get some work done, so -- unless you want me to stay?

Kendall: No, go take care of business. I'll be fine on my own.

[Door slams]

Dr. Sinclair: What do you remember, Annie?

Annie: How Richie used to talk to me, just like this. Just like you.

Dr. Sinclair: I remind you of your brother?

Annie: Yes. How he used to talk to me when he wanted something. So calm, so smooth. You're exactly like him.

Ryan: I want Annie to get help, Aidan.

Aidan: Then work me with me, Ryan, all right? Help me.

Ryan: Why? It's been lie after lie after lie with you. Why should I trust you now?

Dr. Sinclair: Is that why you killed him? Richie was trying to talk you into something that you didn't want to do? Is that all it took for you to end your brother's life?

Annie: Richie can't push me around anymore, and you know what? Neither can you.

Dr. Sinclair: Ok, this? It ends now.

[Elevator sounds]

Pete: Colby? Colby, is that you?

Colby: Yeah, your voicemail freaked me out. What --

Pete: Stop! Don't come any closer.

Colby: What is your deal?

Pete: God, I've missed your voice. I'd say you look terrific, but that would be a total lie.

Colby: Ok.

Pete: Well, I can't see you, Colby. I can't see anything. My stupid contacts just popped right out of my eyes.

Colby: Really? Both of them? How does that even happen?

Pete: If you're smiling right now, I might have to slay you.

Colby: Ok, tell me how I can help you.

Pete: I need you to get down on the floor and start searching for them. They look like tiny, minuscule saucers.

Colby: Yeah, they're basically invisible.

Pete: Right.

Colby: You really can't see anything?

Pete: Nope.

Colby: Then how did you find me in your phone?

Pete: I didn't. Yours is the only number I know by heart.

Dr. Sinclair: That is not some crazy, defenseless, helpless person next door. She knows exactly what she is doing. You should have seen it, Aidan. The way she looked at me, the way she spoke to me, I mean, it was manipulation at its finest. I knew it. Her husband couldn't see it, but I could. Oh, that little schemer. She is everything he said she is.

Aidan: Everything who said she is?

Dr. Sinclair: Ryan.

Aidan: You said that Annie had him fooled, that Ryan didn't think that she was faking her insanity.

Dr. Sinclair: No, he definitely thought she deserved to rot.

Aidan: So you don't think that Ryan cares about what happens to Annie anymore?

Dr. Sinclair: You're right. I mean, the only reason he cares is because of his daughter. I mean, he's halfway decent at the doting-husband routine, but I can see it in his eyes. Annie means absolutely nothing to that guy.

Aidan: So what did Annie say? Did she admit to anything?

Dr. Sinclair: Not yet, but now that her facade is down, it's just a matter of time.

Aidan: Did you get all that? I told you.

Ryan: You -- you're working with her?

Aidan: No, she thinks I am. She thinks that I'm on her side, that I feel the same way as she does, that we both want Annie locked up for the rest of her life.

Ryan: And she bought that? Why would she think you want Annie locked up?

Aidan: Because she thinks I want revenge on you.

Greenlee: Hello. It's me again.

Kendall: Hi, I -- actually, I was just getting ready to go to bed.

Greenlee: Bed? You've been asleep for three months. You can't possibly still be tired.

Kendall: Yeah, well, physical therapy takes a lot out of you.

Greenlee: Hmm, sorry. This takes precedence over sleep.

Kendall: What is that?

Greenlee: A dress for you to wear to the wedding.

Kendall: You've picked out my outfit to wear to your wedding? Talk about control issues.

Greenlee: Hey, you're standing up for me, in spirit anyway, and besides. It's customary for the bride to pick your dress. You're lucky it's not bubble-gum colored with flowers and lace and ruffles. Try it on.

Kendall: Now?

Greenlee: I want to make sure it fits and that you won't look prettier than I will on my wedding day. Kidding, sort of. Do you want me to help you put it on?

Kendall: Uh, ok. I'm tired. I'm not five. Leave it to you to get me back on my feet.

Erica: So it took a little juggling, but I think that I have everybody seated exactly where they should be. Now all I need is your ok, and I can send it off to the wedding planner. Bianca?

Bianca: Oh, I'm sorry. I -- I really appreciate everything that you've done, Mom. I'm just, um, I'm just a little distracted right now.

Erica: Yes, I can see that. Sweetheart, did -- did something happen?

Bianca: I really don't want to go into it.

Erica: You mean you don't want to go into it with me?

Bianca: The last thing I need is a lecture, ok?

Erica: Ok, of course. But it does look like you could use a friend. Or maybe -- maybe a shoulder to cry on?

Bianca: It's Reese. Oh, Mom, we had a fight, and it was -- oh, it was just awful.

Zach: I guess no one told you, huh? Those are the new machines. You actually have to put money in it. I talked to the owner, and he wants you to have a go. Not your lucky day.

Reese: You have no idea.


Ryan: what is -- what is that? What is that?

Aidan: It's Annie. Don't even say a word. Not a word.

Aidan: Hey, Annie. How did it go with Dr. Sinclair?

Annie: Oh, my God, you should have seen me. I made the doctor so mad.

Aidan: What happened?

Annie: Well, I did exactly what you told me to do. I used Sinclair's words against her.

Aidan: You did good.

Annie: Yeah. I mean, she just kept pushing me. She was -- it's like she was trying to push Richie down my throat, and so, then I, um, told her that she was exactly like Richie, and she stormed out of here. It was -- it was scary, but it was -- it was amazing at the same time.

Aidan: Annie, I'm really proud of you. You did a really good job. Listen, I think -- I think Sinclair is outside the door. I have to go.

Ryan: You talk to her? You've been coaching her? Because she -- she sounds good. She sounds -- she sounds almost like her old self.

Aidan: I guess this place hasn't been all bad.

Ryan: No, Annie is not better because of this place. Annie's better because of you.

Reese: You know, Bianca and I were so happy, I didn't think anything could touch us, and then, we come here, and it's like I'm not even marrying Bianca. I'm marrying her entire family.

Zach: Yeah.

Reese: So, um, how do you deal?

Zach: How do you deal? I don't know. You think the person is worth it, then you -- you work through it. I know Kendall is, and I'm pretty sure Bianca is, too.

Reese: Of course, she is. You think Kendall hates me? Because I really wouldn't blame her if she did.

Zach: What's that supposed to mean?

Reese: Come on, I -- you know, Bianca has been feeling so guilty about not telling Kendall sooner, but the truth is I could have done something. I could've -- I could've picked up the phone and called her. I could've pushed Bianca to. I didn't, and it's like I've been hiding behind this, I don't know, outsider status when really I -- I played the biggest part.

Zach: No, that honor belongs to me.

Reese: Uh, no. I shouldn't have pushed you into being the donor.

Zach: No one pushes me into anything. I did what I did because I wanted to. For you and for Bianca.

Reese: Because you're a good man.

Zach: Because I wanted to, and whatever's happened with Kendall, that's my responsibility, not yours.

Greenlee: That's it. You look way too gorgeous. Take it off.

Kendall: Really?

Greenlee: It's a perfect fit.

Kendall: You know, I have to say, with all of this craziness, you and Ryan, you're the one good piece of good news. I can't wait to watch you guys get married.

Greenlee: I'm just so happy you'll be there. Actually, I've been praying for this, Kendall, every day, that you would wake up and be there for the wedding.

Kendall: Typical Greenlee, all about you.

Greenlee: Us. You and me. You're the only sister I've got. Speaking of sisters, or lack thereof, how is it having this house back? Where's Zach?

Kendall: Uh, he's at the casino. Greenlee, thank you so much for coming over here and bringing this beautiful dress, but I'm really, really tired.

Greenlee: Stop avoiding, Kendall. I know you. You're totally holding back.

Kendall: Me? I'm holding back? I'm not the one who donated his sperm without ever telling his wife.

Greenlee: Don't stop there.

Kendall: What?

Greenlee: Keep unloading on me. You have no idea how much I've missed that.

Kendall: I think you need to get out more, Greenlee.

Greenlee: I'm serious, Kendall. Talk to me.

Kendall: I -- Greenlee, I don't know what else there is to talk about, ok? We've been through this. My husband is the father of my sister's child, all right? Yes, I'm supposed to be happy for her, and I am. I am. Gaby's beautiful.

Greenlee: But?

Kendall: But come on. Bianca couldn't find another donor? Zach couldn't have said no? It -- it didn't have to be this complicated, but it is, and now, we're here, and I have no idea how I'm supposed to feel. If you were me, how would you feel?

Greenlee: Honestly? I'd be mad as hell.

Pete: Nothing?

Colby: Not yet, but don't worry. We'll find them.

Pete: If we don't find them, I might have to get a seeing-eye dog. Not a bad idea, actually. Dogs always attract the ladies.

Colby: Or you could just go back to wearing your glasses like a normal person.

Pete: And return to my post as ruler of dorkdom? No, thanks.

Colby: Glasses don't make you a dork, Pete.

Pete: So it's just, basically, me then. That's what you're saying?

Colby: No, you're not a dork or a loser.

Pete: Tool? Geekazoid?

Colby: Stop, ok? You're you. Why can't you just accept that?

Pete: Because not everyone liked the old me.

Colby: I did. The old Pete was way cooler than this new poser, and if we're being honest, I kind of liked the glasses.

Pete: You did?

Colby: Yeah, they were, I don't know, very Clark Kent.

Pete: Colby Chandler, you just compared me to Superman.

Colby: No, I didn't. I compared you to Clark Kent.

Pete: Same thing.

Bianca: Don't you want to know what the fight was about?

Erica: Bianca, do you love Reese?

Bianca: More than anything.

Erica: And you're certain that she loves you?

Bianca: Yeah, up until an hour ago. Yeah, she loves me.

Erica: Then there's no fight in the world that can get between that.

Bianca: Really?

Erica: As long as you continue to be honest with each other. Tell Reese how you feel and encourage her to do the same with you.

Bianca: Even if it's ugly?

Erica: Even if it hurts.

Bianca: I don't want to lose her, Mom.

Erica: Then don't. Now, are you ready to have a look at this?

Bianca: Ok. You're kidding, right?

Erica: What? Is there a problem?

Bianca: You put Greenlee, the other bride, at the worst table in the house. What -- is this -- is she behind the pillar?

Erica: Ok, look, there is a little visibility problem, yes, but look where she's seated, so close to the exit. I mean, that's just perfect so that when Ryan finally comes to his senses and realizes what a mistake he's made, then she won't be embarrassed, because she won't have to walk through all the other tables. She'd just get the heck out of there.

Bianca: Fix the chart.

Erica: If you fix things with Reese.

Bianca: Deal.

Kendall: Looking at my friends and family, everyone basically looks the same, but -- but it all feels so different, especially with Zach. And I don't know how to get it back to the way it used to be. I don't know how to fix it.

Greenlee: I'm sorry this is so hard for you. If I could make it easier, I would.

Kendall: You do? Coming over here and talking about weddings and dresses, it's a hell of a lot better than bisexual lesbians and surprise babies.

Greenlee: Zach loves you so much, Kendall. If you could've seen him when you were in a coma --

Kendall: I love him, too.

Greenlee: Well, then, that's enough to get you through this.

Kendall: Whatever "this" is.

Greenlee: Let's call it a "readjustment period," right? I mean, it's got to be normal to feel weird and out of touch. You've been conked out for three months.

Kendall: Three months. Why does it feel like a lifetime?

Ryan: I guess that I should be -- I should be thanking you.

Aidan: No, no, don't thank me. Let's just figure out what's driving Dr. Sinclair. Actually, I already have been doing that.

Aidan: What?

Ryan: Well, I've seen the doctor's behavior, and I've seen how she's so obsessed with this case, with taking Annie down, and there's something not right about it, so I had Tad look into it.

Aidan: Why didn't you say something?

Ryan: Because I didn't know who to trust, Aidan.

Aidan: So do you and Tad find a connection to Richie, or what?

Ryan: No, we haven't, not to Richie, but we did find a two-year period in Sinclair's past about five years ago, where it seems like she totally vanished, no records, no files, no trace of her al all. It's like she didn't even exist during that time.

Aidan: Your five years ago was when Richie was in prison.

Ryan: And I was going to confront her with it, but now --

Aidan: Now you can't do that. I'm getting so close, Ryan. Just leave it to me.

Ryan: And you're sure Annie is going to be ok during this time?

Aidan: Yes.

Ryan: Yeah?

Aidan: Yes, I am. We just need to figure you a way out of here without being seen.

Ryan: Any idea how I can do that?

Colby: I found it!

Pete: Oh, great.

Colby: One of them, anyway. Here.

Pete: I could kiss you right now.

Colby: Oh, don't do that.

Pete: I won't. Ah.

Colby: Well? Can you see me?

Pete: Uh, kind of. If I close this eye. Well, at least, I can get home now.

Colby: Good.

Pete: Yeah. Ok.

Colby: I've missed having you around.

Pete: Yeah, me, too. I feel like I should give you a reward or something, you know, for finding the long-lost contact.

Colby: You want to thank me, go back to wearing your glasses.

Pete: But Clark Kent never gets the girl.

Colby: So? Superman always does. Same thing, right?

Aidan: Sinclair's almost at her breaking point.

Annie: Yeah. If she doesn't break me first.

Aidan: She won't, Annie, because you're stronger than she is. Don't forget that.

Annie: I won't. If you keep reminding me. I don't know what I would do without you.

Aidan: Well, you won't have to find out, because everything is going to be ok.

Annie: A lot of people say that. You're the only one I believe.

[Door beeps]

Dr. Sinclair: Mr. Lavery! What are you doing here?

Zach: Hey.

Greenlee: Hey.

Zach: Where's Kendall?

Greenlee: She's taking a victory lap to the bathroom and back.

Zach: You been here a long time or --

Greenlee: A while. You want to ask me something.

Zach: Does Kendall seem different to you?

Greenlee: Kendall's still Kendall. And you're still not off the hook.

[Door opens]

Reese: I'm sorry.

Bianca: Me, too.

Reese: I shouldn't have brought up Kendall, and I shouldn't have said anything. I just -- I keep thinking that somewhere deep down you, um, you blame me for all of this.

Bianca: For all of what?

Reese: For Zach being our donor.

Bianca: No, that -- that was my idea. I was the one that asked him.

Reese: And he said no to you, and then, I talked him into it. If I had just kept my big --

Bianca: No, no, no, no, no, no. Baby, I love you. I -- I don't blame you for anything.

Zach: Hey.

Kendall: Hey.

Zach: You have a good time with Greenlee?

Kendall: Yeah, it was nice to see her. No, I'm -- I'm ok.

Zach: How long are you going to punish me?

Kendall: That's not what I'm trying to do.

Zach: No? You're angry with me, because I didn't tell you?

Kendall: No, I'm angry because you knew. You knew I wouldn't want you to father this baby, but you went ahead, and you did it anyway. Was is worth it?

Zach: Not if I lose you.

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