All My Children Transcript Wednesday 4/15/09
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Angie: Now, I don't want you to be nervous about anything, ok? Look at you -- your little bowtie. You look so handsome. All you have to do is answer Judge Gordon's questions, ok?
Officer: Chief. Mrs. Hubbard. We have a room for this young man to wait in.
Jesse: Thank you.
Angie: Oh, before you go, here is your coloring book, and here are your crayons. Let me get a kiss.
Jesse: All right. So, we'll see you soon, huh? You going to be a big man? All right.
Officer: Come on, let's get you set up.
Angie: Oh, I forgot --
Jesse: Don't worry.
Angie: I forgot his stuffed cow and his caboose.
Jesse: Well, what else you got in that bag? You know, you got a swing set? A pony? A sandbox?
Angie: Oh, stop it.
Jesse: He's going to be all right. Come on.
Angie: Oh, Jesse, I miss him already.
Jesse: I know. Me, too.
Angie: You're missing Frankie.
Jesse: Yeah. I just want Frankie home safe, just like that little kid should be home safe.
Angie: Well, if there is a God in heaven, Little A will be going home with his daddy today.
J.R.: Amanda owes me.
Jake: She doesn't owe you anything.
J.R.: She needs to testify against Hayward.
Tad: David is already gunning for her. The last thing she needs to do right now is take the stand against him.
J.R.: Hey, I don't really give a damn. I'm fighting for my son here. And Barry says I need Amanda to do that.
Jake: J.R., that doesn't mean she should open herself up to David. Come on.
Amanda: How much worse can he get? I'll testify against David.
Erica: David comes and goes as easily as if he lived here. When are you going to blow up those tunnels?
Adam: What did he say to you?
Erica: He thinks that you have something on Krystal, and I think he's right.
Adam: Oh. Leverage can be a very powerful tool, you know.
Jay: Your testimonies have to be strong, unequivocal, and completely in sync. Now, the day your grandson drank his father's scotch -- that's our ace. You have to hit it hard.
David: We're ready. Krystal?
Krystal: Yes, I'm ready.
Jay: All right, are you sure? No last-minute questions? No doubts? One misstep -- you lose.
David: We understand. We'll see you at the courthouse.
Jay: Don't be late.
David: Right. Right, right, right, right. You're awfully quiet.
Krystal: It's a big day.
David: Yeah. You do still want Little Adam, don't you?
Krystal: Of course, I do.
David: Ok. Well, then, let me be clear about this. Everything is riding on your testimony. If you change your story one bit, we could lose our grandson for good.
Brot: Yes, I'd like to make a reservation. Pine Valley to Orlando, and I will be traveling alone.
Tad: Amanda, you don't have to testify for J.R.
Amanda: If it weren't for me, J.R. would have never started drinking. There wouldn't be a custody battle. There probably wouldn't even be a hearing.
Jake: J.R., if you were honest with yourself, you would know that there would be a custody battle with or without her involved. You know that.
J.R.: No, David's case rests on me being drunk and my son drinking my booze. Amanda's testimony happens to give some perspective.
Amanda: Maybe if I do this, I could make it right between us. I mean, what I did is horrible.
Jake: It doesn't mean you have to open yourself as target practice for Dave --
J.R.: All she has to do is tell the truth, Jake.
Tad: And if she does, she could go to jail. David's already trapped her in a lie. She's testified, with lawyers present, that she didn't coerce you into drinking. She recants, it's perjury.
Jake: Yeah, and that's just the upside. If she testifies and he doesn't get custody, who is he going to come after? He's going to come after her. Don't do this to her.
Amanda: I'll take the risk.
Jake: No, you won't. You're not going to take the -- don't. Don't do this to her. You don't want to do this to her.
Tad: J.R., you have the power to protect both Amanda and her baby. Use it. Take her off the witness list.
J.R.: Well, my father's practically blowing up balloons in celebration that my son just might come home. I guess with confidence like that, we won't need her.
David: I know you saw Adam last night. Whatever he did -- whatever he said obviously scared you.
Krystal: Adam didn't say anything.
David: Krystal, come on. You came home white. You wanted your pills. And it's not caffeine that's making your hands shake.
Krystal: I'm all right.
David: All right. You know, I'm guessing Adam used every bit of ammunition he has to get you to change your story. So what was it? History? Guilt? The same old song everyone keeps singing -- that Babe would want J.R. to have Adam? All right, look, why don't we take a stroll down memory lane, shall we? Adam left you on the floor in labor the day that Jenny was born. If it hadn't been for Colby, you both could be dead right now. That's the kind of man that Adam is, Krystal. Remember that. The kind of man that would say or do anything to get what he wants. So when you're on that stand, you need to be governed by what you know is right. Not by fear, not by threats. Can you do that, Krystal? Can you find the courage to stand up for us and not cave in to Adam and change your story? If you can't do that, please -- please tell me now. Because the repercussions could be disastrous.
Krystal: I know what's at stake.
Erica: So I'm right. You do have something on Krystal.
Adam: Well, let's just say I'm convinced she'll make the right decision.
Erica: Uh, Krystal make the right decision? Am I missing something here?
Adam: She knows where Little Adam belongs, and she'll help put him there.
Erica: Well, you're as ruthless as ever, but I am worried about you, Adam. I mean, you yourself -- you said you're not well.
Adam: Oh, I feel as well as I've ever felt. Really. Maybe it was a virus. Maybe I'm cured.
Erica: Adam, lie to yourself, lie to someone else, but you can't fool me. I have every reason to be concerned. Adam, you're going to have to take the witness stand, and those questions are going to come at you fast and furious. And the pressure is going to be relentless. Adam, if you falter -- if you stumble --
Adam: I have you -- I have you. I'm going to look into your eyes. I'm going to memorize that beautiful face. You'll be my strength.
Erica: Listen, Adam, I'm not sure that I should be the one you look to.
Adam: Why? Who else? I need you, Erica. I'm not afraid to admit that. Today, tomorrow -- there's no one I trust more.
Colby: Dad, are you about -- oh, sorry.
Erica: Oh, no. That's ok. I was just about to make a quick call to Val before we take off for the courthouse.
Colby: What's going on with you and Erica? Is she moving in again? She's always here.
Adam: My only focus today is getting Little Adam back home where he belongs. I hope he chooses us.
Colby: That's a big responsibility for a little boy.
Adam: He'll make the right decision.
Colby: You make it sound so easy. Poor kid. I've been there. Nothing worse than being torn between two parents you love.
J.R.: Is Little Adam here?
Jesse: Yeah. They got him stashed in a room and he's fine. Angela gave him enough crayons to last until he's 80.
J.R.: Thank you. Thank you for taking such good care of him. I just hope that he's not too freaked out.
Angela: Oh, J.R., he's fine. He thinks the judge is pretty, and he can't wait to see you.
J.R.: I just want to get him home.
Jesse: I'm sure that's where he wants to be, too.
Tad: Well, from Little Adam's lips to the judge's ears.
J.R.: You know, if I could just have five -- five minutes. Tell him how much I love him, how much I want him home.
Tad: You'll see him soon enough.
J.R.: Yeah, in a courtroom with David and Krystal burning holes through me. You think Little Adam gets it? That this wasn't my choice? That I never wanted him taken away?
Tad: Well, I'm not going to lie to you. He's going to have questions, wonder what happened, and if it was his fault. I mean, Kathy did. She still has a hard time understanding why it took me six years to find her.
J.R.: Do you think Little Adam understands that I never wanted this to happen? What if -- what if he thinks that I don't want him? What if he chooses David and Krystal?
Tad: Oh, J.R. You know, I've investigated a lot of these custody suits, and Jesse's right. Normally, the court insists the child's kept somewhere close, probably behind a door with a bailiff in front of it -- a bailiff that could probably be distracted.
J.R.: You think?
Tad: I think if I do this, you better not get caught.
Taylor: Hi. Making your plane reservations?
Taylor: I was hoping they'd be for two.
Brot: Not this time. It's my first actual speaking engagement to wounded soldiers.
Taylor: I know, which is why I wanted to go with you, so that I could be your biggest fan and cheer on my friend.
Brot: Right. You want to cheer me on when I fall flat on my face?
Taylor: You are not going to fall flat on your face.
Brot: Thanks, but I'd rather humiliate myself without you watching me.
Taylor: You are going to be amazing. Trust me.
Brot: Yeah. I can see it now. Watch -- either I'll be so damn boring people will leave, or I'm going to forget what I'm saying. One of the two.
Taylor: Stop. They're going to love you. I just wanted be there to watch them love you.
Brot: Of course. You supported me enough for the past few months, and I think this is something I need to do on my own.
Taylor: Ok, fine. You win. I'm very proud of you.
Brot: Thank you.
Taylor: You're very brave. Could you get me some of those Mickey Mouse ears while you're --
Randi: I'm so happy I found you guys. You have to see this. It's so super cool.
Brot: What is it?
Taylor: A laptop.
Randi: No. Frankie.
Adam: I'm so sorry that you suffered because of what happened between your mother and me.
Colby: Mom told me you didn't want me. You were a bad man. We were better off without you. But it didn't work. I just missed you even more and dreamed even harder that we would be a family again and got angrier at her, because I never got to choose who I wanted to be with.
Adam: That's why today is so important -- that David Hayward's games don't count. Little Adam is going to decide. He's about the same age you were when Liza took off with you.
Colby: He's lucky he gets to choose now. I had to wait until I was 15, and it cost you a bundle in bail bonds and wrecked cars and lawyer's fees.
Adam: Oh, my word. Yes, best investment I ever made.
Colby: I'm glad I came home. I love being with you, but I was kind of hoping after all this time, Mom might come see me.
Adam: Thank you for choosing me. Ah, ready for battle?
Erica: Uh, no. I'm sorry. There's an emergency at the studio that I really need to take care of, so I'm afraid you're going to have to do battle alone, Adam.
David: You know what you need to do?
David: All right. Stark is in the courtroom. I'm going to go over a few points with him.
Krystal: I just need to collect my thoughts. I'll be in.
David: This is going to go our way today.
Tad: Hi. You ok?
Krystal: I don't think we should be talking.
Tad: No, no. I -- I meant, I'm sorry. I heard about you losing the baby. And Amanda said you came by the house to see Jenny.
Krystal: I have a right to see Jenny.
Tad: No, absolutely. Jenny loves her mother. She needs her.
Krystal: I -- I need to get going.
Tad: Krystal, even if this judge puts a lot of stock in Little Adam's decision about who he wants to live with, the fact is that you can make all the difference in the world, and all you have to do is walk into that courtroom and tell the judge what David is really like.
Krystal: David loves Little A.
Tad: You know what it's like to lose a child. Please, don't take J.R.'s son away from him. Tell the truth.
Krystal: What does the truth have to do it? The person with the most power wins. Haven't you figured that out?
Tad: Has David really got you that tied up in knots?
Krystal: I didn't learn that from David.
J.R.: Hey, big guy.
Little Adam: Daddy!
J.R.: Oh, boy. Gosh, you must have grown 10 feet since I've seen you last.
Little Adam: No, I didn't.
J.R.: Well, maybe you need some more tickling, then. Do you know how much I love you? And I'm going to tell you every single day, just as soon as I get you home.
Little Adam: Grandpa!
Jake: So, look at this. You get to eat an extra 300 calories a day. Well, actually, you could probably get away with 400 calories.
Amanda: My doctor said my weight is perfect.
Jake: Uh-huh. So, I'm thinking ice cream sundaes, you know? We could have a couple ice cream sundaes. This way, you get your calcium in. Oh, look at this one. This one here -- is it this one? There's another one here, wait. Oh, yeah, this one. If you sing to the baby and talk to the baby, apparently, that really works before the child is born, you know? Which is great, because I actually play the harmonica. So I could help you out with that.
Amanda: No harmonica.
Jake: Really? Are you sure? They call me "Gator Mouth" in Florida. Ok, and there's Lamaze class. We have to -- we really should sign you up. There was one for Lamaze class --
Amanda: But that's months away.
Jake: Well, that's all right. Lamaze -- oh, and there was this funny little one with this Pine Valley parents. They're offering up a free T-shirt. We could swing by and get this.
Amanda: No Lamaze, no parent groups, no harmonica.
Jake: T-shirt. Fine. Well, there is this other one. Take a look a this one. Look -- look.
Amanda: No. I don't want to look. I don't want to think of baby names or wonder if this child is going to be a musical genius. Jake, don't you -- don't you get it? I'm giving this baby up, and if I start all this bonding, it's going to make it even harder than it already is.
Jake: I'm sorry. I got carried away. I'm just -- I'm just --
Jake: I'll get it.
Jake: Roger. Did we have an appointment with you? Or did you find some parents?
Roger: I'm afraid I've got some bad news.
David: I hear you talked to the judge.
Little Adam: She says I'm a good boy.
David: Well, she's right about that. You are the best. And all you have to do is remember to answer the questions like you did before. Can you do that? Good. I'll tell you what -- why don't you go finish that picture over there, coloring it, and I'll bring it to your nana when you're done, ok? All right. Go ahead.
J.R.: Why don't we settle this now? Just ask Little Adam where he wants to live.
David: You're awfully confident.
J.R.: Whatever answer he gives, I'll do it. Why put him on the stand? He's already been through so much.
Jesse: Hey -- what the hell are you two doing here?
J.R.: I'm just visiting my son.
Jesse: Junior-Junior. What's up? This is so way out of line. You know that. If the judge found -- the court's convening. You might want to be there. That way.
Jesse: Now, hey. Show's about to begin. Are you ready to do this?
Little Adam: I'm ready.
Jesse: You're ready? All right, let's fix that tie, huh?
Judge: Do you love your daddy?
Little Adam: Yes.
Judge: Were you happy in his house?
Little Adam: We have fun. My dad reads me lots of stories. I get to play with Grandpa and Aunt Colby.
Judge: What about your other grandparents? Did you have fun with them, too?
Little Adam: Nana makes me lots of special waffles, and Grandpa David buys me lots of toys.
Judge: Well, they all love you very much, but you can only live in one place, and that's the decision we have to make today. Do you understand?
Little Adam: Maybe we can all live together.
Judge: That's a lovely notion. Everyone getting along. Thank you very much for answering all my questions. The bailiff is going to take you back to my chambers now, but I will see you later.
Adam: I'll see you soon, ok?
Jake: So what could be bad news, Roger? We're offering some lucky family a gorgeous, brilliant, damn near perfect child. I don't understand.
Roger: That's one of the problems.
Amanda: I don't understand.
Roger: I've watched the video. I've gone over the paperwork. It just doesn't add up. Now, you list yourself as the baby's father, but I'm not so sure you're being completely honest with me.
Jake: Your job is to find a family. It's not to give us the third degree.
Roger: So you are the baby's father?
Jake: Yeah, I'm the baby's father. I'm the baby's father. Tell him I'm the baby's father. Tell him.
Amanda: You're right. We haven't been completely honest with you. But we have our reasons, and we would really love if you would respect them and just find this baby a really great home.
Roger: So what happens when whatever it is you're not telling me now pops up in the future? The adoptive parents start coming to me with questions, worries, problems. That's not how I do business. I'll see my way out.
Jake: Do you believe this guy? What nerve.
Amanda: I didn't like him, anyway.
Jake: Well, you don't have to like him. You just have to pay him to find a family. That's what he's supposed to do.
Amanda: Well, maybe it's better. You know, what if the adoptive parents did start asking questions? David would be all over that.
Jake: Well, that certainly narrows it down, doesn't it? That makes it really tough on us. What, are we going to drop the baby off at some steps, ring the doorbell and run away?
Amanda: We'll think of something. Anything to keep this baby safe from David.
J.R.: I look at Little Adam and I see his mother and the promise I made her to raise our son the way that she would want.
Jay: Would she want you raising your son to be a drunk?
J.R.: Look, the court is well aware that I had a problem with alcohol. I'm sober now.
Jay: Good for you. But we've heard it before. You announced you were sober not long before your son required emergency medical care after drinking a glass of scotch you left sitting out.
J.R.: It was an accident.
Jay: Oh, like the time you were supposed to be watching Little Adam, and he fell into a pool and nearly drowned?
J.R.: Look, I made mistakes, ok? Mistakes. Maybe I started drinking again, but I have got evidence that Dr. David Hayward --
Jay: Please, Mr. Chandler. Don't blame someone else for your inability to stay away from alcohol. Is it true you kidnapped your grandson?
Adam: I took him on vacation.
Jay: Well, your grandson returned without you because you were hospitalized.
Adam: That's hardly relevant.
Jay: What was wrong with you?
Adam: Absolutely nothing.
Jay: Ah. Well, upon your return, you drove your car into a tree.
Barry: Your honor --
Jay: Were you drinking?
Jay: Were you distracted? A small animal, perhaps?
Adam: No, no. I -- I don't remember.
Jay: You don't remember.
Adam: Yes. No, I was just unsure --
Jay: Has that been a problem lately?
Barry: Now, your honor, this is outside the scope of --
Judge: I'll allow it.
Jay: Mr. Chandler, how old is your grandson?
Adam: Four. No, five.
Jay: Well, which is it? Four, five? Are you sure it isn't six?
Adam: I know how old my grandson is. I just -- for the moment, I --
J.R.: Call the paramedics!
Colby: Dad -- Dad, are you ok?
Angie: Adam, can you hear me?
Taylor: You look pretty hot in those fatigues there, Hub.
Frankie: Probably because it's 104 degrees in the shade.
Randi: Really? Where are you?
Frankie: That's classified, my love. But you sure look good --
Randi: What was that?
Frankie: Just clearing up some munitions.
Randi: Is that normal?
Frankie: There's nothing normal about being here. But I'm safe. Totally safe.
Randi: I think that I've got something in my eye. I've got to go. I'll be back.
Frankie: She's freaking out, isn't she?
Brot: Yeah, but she'll be ok. How are you doing?
Frankie: It sucks, but it's not as intense as it was when we were here. I've even managed to set up a pee-wee basketball team for the kids on the block.
Brot: [Laughs] You take care of yourself, man.
Jake: If you want an ice cream sundae, why don't you eat that?
Amanda: Not hungry.
Jake: You're eating for two now, you know? Come on, chow down. Come on now, that's my slow-cooker special right there.
Amanda: I totally blew it with that lawyer. I should've kept my mouth shut. Now what? I mean, do -- do we go underground with this?
Jake: I'm working on a -- on a plan.
Jake: It's germinating.
Amanda: Give me a hint?
Jake: Somebody owes me a favor. Tell you what, you don't have to eat it. I'll give you ice cream anyway, ok? And we'll set ourselves up for a lovely evening of "Todos Los Niņos." You know you want it.
Jake: You know you do. Come on, bring those feet up here.
Amanda: Oh, nice. Oh, mi amor. Thank you. I'm getting the full-service treatment here.
Jake: No problem. Let see -- you're a mama-to-be, you should be spoiled rotten.
Amanda: "Rotten," I know. "Spoiled," hmm, that's a new one. But I could get used to it.
Amanda: Until I blow it, of course.
Jake: A delicate flower like yourself --
Amanda: "Delicate" -- shut up.
Jake: So, just out of curiosity, how would you blow it, exactly?
Amanda: It's what I do. I can't do the whole trust thing. Even when people are trying to help me, I know eventually I'll be on my own again, so I usually sabotage it.
Jake: Well, as long as you don't bitch about my food, you got a deal with me. Otherwise, the deal would be off. I'm telling you right now. It's good, it's good. What?
Amanda: I think -- I'm not sure. I don't want to get crazy here, but I -- I think I actually might really trust you.
Jake: That's good. I mean, that's really good. I don't know why you're looking like you're going to throw up, but --
Amanda: Oh, it's -- it's kind of a new feeling. But it feels good.
Jake: Yeah, it feels good on this side, too.
Amanda: My very own knight in shining armor.
Jake: Wow. I'm a little bit rusty with that. But sometimes it is worth, you know, trotting out the armor for -- well, for you, for instance.
[Amanda falls asleep before Jake can finish his sentence]
Adam: Get back in there. It's going our way.
J.R.: I'm not so sure, Dad.
Adam: Little Adam will be home tonight. Mark my words. Colby -- [Adam whispers in Colby's ear] You'll do it?
Colby: Yeah, sure, but you can't go to the hospital alone.
Adam: Call Erica.
Colby: Ok. Ok.
Krystal: That was too much. Stark went too far.
David: Don't feel sorry for that vulture, Krystal. What's important is that the judge finally saw Adam as he really is. Less than sharp, less than honest. Certainly not worthy of providing a healthy home for our grandson.
Barry: Your honor, given his father's collapse, I'd like to request an additional 10-minute recess so my client can collect himself.
Judge: Your client looks just fine. We will proceed. Mrs. Hayward, you may take the stand. Mrs. Hayward?
Bailiff: Raise your right hand. Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?
Krystal: I do.
Randi: Promise me you'll stay safe.
Frankie: Damn straight. I got a wife to come home to. A beautiful one at that.
Randi: I love you so much.
Frankie: I love you.
Brot: Here we go.
Adam: All right, all right. I can do it myself.
Brot: We know. We got a doc watching. I'm just trying to look good, that's it.
Joe: Thank you, Brot. I'll take it from here.
Joe: Well, the preliminary exam shows nothing.
Adam: I've had nothing but coffee for breakfast. And the stress of the hearing.
Joe: That is understandable. But you were hospitalized in Philadelphia.
Adam: That has nothing to do with this.
Joe: Well, but it does raise concerns. I would like to have the records of your stay there in the hospital.
Erica: Well, that wouldn't do any good, because there's nothing wrong with Adam. Not then and not now.
Adam: This is none of your business.
Joe: Why would Adam fake all of this?
Erica: My goodness, why on earth does Adam ever do anything that Adam does?
Joe: Well, whatever happened in the courtroom, it seemed very real to the EMTs, so I'd like to keep you for observation.
Adam: That is not necessary.
Joe: Mm-hmm. I'm your doctor, and I say it is.
Erica: Really, Joe, Adam is fine.
Joe: Erica, in spite of your many accomplishments, you are not a doctor. You weren't even there. I need to run some tests.
Erica: Well, just let me take Adam home. I promise I'll stop by the Valley Inn with him. I promise I will give him a five-course meal.
Joe: Well, I don't know what's going on here, but let me put it this way. If something were wrong with Adam, wouldn't it be better to find out now?
Erica: But Adam doesn't want any tests.
Joe: And wouldn't you feel better knowing he's all right?
Erica: All right, I won't argue. But you're not going to find anything wrong with Adam, because he's fine. He's just being Adam.
Joe: I hope you're right.
Brot: Just call me if you need anything.
Erica: What are you doing?
Adam: Everything's going exactly as planned.
Erica: Well, except for the part, I understand, when you were confused by that lawyer's question.
Adam: I was never confused.
Erica: Well, Colby told me that you were -- you were flustered. You forgot Little A's age.
Adam: I'm a big picture man, hmm? Big.
Erica: Yeah. And everybody saw it, Adam. The judge saw it. Everybody there in the courtroom saw it. Hey, Adam, would you please stop being so pigheaded and just ask for help?
Adam: I asked. You're here. If I could just find my blasted phone.
Erica: Let me see. Here.
Erica: What's so important you have to have your phone this very minute?
Adam: Right on time.
Colby: Krystal's on the stand.
Adam: Good girl.
Colby: Can you hear her?
Krystal: I found Little A on the floor, alone, in pain.
Adam: I can hear just fine, sweetheart.
Jay: And you discovered he'd ingested a glass of scotch. Is that right?
Erica: Adam, what on earth is going on?
Jay: As you previously testified, your concern for your grandson was so great, you and your husband sought custody because you believed you could provide Little Adam with a more stable and nurturing environment. Is that correct? Mrs. Hayward, you gave this testimony under oath.
Krystal: I -- I understand.
Jay: Then it is your belief that your grandson's best interest lies with you and Dr. Hayward raising him?
J.R.: Why isn't she answering?
Jay: Mrs. Hayward?
Adam: Come on, Krystal.
Jay: You've answered this question before. I'll ask you again. You believe you and Dr. Hayward should raise your grandson. Isn't that right?
Krystal: No, that isn't right.
Taylor: Hey, is your shift over?
Brot: Yes, it is. But I've got to run home and pack real quick because my flight leaves really soon.
Taylor: I understand, I understand. You haven't changed your mind about me coming, have you?
Brot: No, no.
Taylor: Ok, in that case, I have something for you.
Brot: What's this? Oh.
Taylor: Now, don't get excited. It only has one song on it, but it is the song that we --
Brot: We danced to in Iraq. Ah, that's sweet, thank you.
Taylor: You remembered.
Brot: I'm going to miss you.
Jake: Hey, it's Jake. Yes, Jake Martin. No, no, Colby's fine. I just have to ask you a favor. I really need your help.
Adam: That was just the beginning.
Jay: Your honor, my client is confused, clearly --
Barry's voice: She's finally making some sense.
Jay: I'd like a short recess.
J.R.: Actually, I'd like to hear what she has to say.
Judge: Order in this court.
David: Your honor, my wife is obviously not feeling well.
J.R.: Why, is she still popping pills? Hardly parent material.
David: Krystal, Krystal, please tell her you made a mistake.
Judge: Gentlemen, you will both sit down, or you will spend the rest of this proceeding sharing a cell. Mrs. Hayward, your answer created quite an uproar. Perhaps you would care to enlighten the court as to why you now think that you and your husband should not be granted custody of your grandson.
Krystal: Because David Hayward is not the man that you think he is.
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