AMC Transcript Friday 6/5/09

All My Children Transcript Friday 6/5/09


Episode #10139

Provided by Laurie R.
Proofread by Gisele

Jesse: Baby, it's still not too late to scratch this mission.

Angie: Jesse, I know what I need to do.

Jesse: Come on, baby. It's not like he's alone over there. He's got his wife him and one his best friends. He's covered.

Angie: What have we heard from Randi or Brot? No news isn't always good news, ok? Baby, please just print out my boarding pass for me.

[Computer chimes]

Angie: Frankie?

[Computer beeps]

Brot: Hey, Angie. Hey, Jesse.

Jesse: Hey, what's up, Brot?

Angie: Brot, how -- how is he?

Brot: Well, the surgery is over.

Angie: How are his hands?

Brot: We don't know yet.

Angie: Have you talked to the surgeon?

Brot: No. Randi's in there with him right now.

Randi: My husband needs to hear something positive right now.

Doctor: We won't know what we're dealing with until his hands begin to recover from the surgery.

Randi: Well, is there any chance he's going to be able to operate?

Doctor: There's a chance he'll have some use of his hands, but not as a surgeon. I'm sorry.

Randi: Frankie? Frankie? Hey there, Dr. Dreamy. How about a kiss for your wife?

Frankie: Please don't. Just -- just go, ok? Just go.

Randi: Frankie, that's -- that's never going to happen.

Jesse: How are his spirits? Any better?

Frankie: I mean it, Randi. Get out!

[Cell phone rings]

Liza: What do you want?

Adam: Yeah, put my daughter on.

Liza: She's not with me.

Adam: Oh, did you, um, book her a room at the Yacht Club or did you cuff her to a chair in yours?

Liza: Neither of the above.

Adam: My daughter didn't come home last night.

Liza: Really? What'd you do to her?

Adam: I shouldn't even bother talking to you. You are a pathological liar.

Colby: You are a liar. You came here to kill my dad and you shot Uncle Stuart instead.

Liza: Colby, please.

Jake: Oh, that should be you. How are you going to feel when Kendall goes down for a crime that you botched up? You botched it up, didn't you?

David: You clueless runt, Jake. If you only knew.

Jake: I know that you got your Chandlers mixed up, shot the good one when you meant to shoot the bad one.

David: And I've always known you're an incompetent doctor, now I see you're a joke of a detective, too. Do you even do anything good? Darts?

Jake: I'm good at darts. Oh, I saved Ian Slater. Does that count?

David: Oh, that's great. Good for you. You persisted, just what I would've done in your place.

Jake: But you're not in my place. Instead you were off killing Stuart, right? Why don't you do the right thing? Turn yourself in.

Annie: Unbelievable. I mean, I saw her in here myself, but I -- I still can't believe it. Kendall on trial for murder?

Woman: Shut up.

Annie: You don't understand. I know this woman. Like, I -- I know her really, really well.

Woman: I don't care if you're friends with the Pope.

Annie: Well, I knew the victim, too, not well, but I'm -- I'm friends with his brother. I was even in his house the night that it happened. I just can't believe it.

[Annie screams when the prisoner reaches through the bars and stabs her from behind]

Ryan: Don't worry about it, ok? This is the easy part. Right, Jack?

Jack: Absolutely. Nothing to worry about at all.

Kendall: Right. Yeah, well, why do I feel like I'm about to be executed by the firing squad?

Jack: Hey, hey, hey. Listen. Take some deep breaths. Tell me, is Zach on his way? I expect him to come today.

Ryan: Yeah, I kind of thought he'd show up and show his support.

Kendall: Well, Zach showed his support by re-marrying me so he can't testify against me.

Ryan: Any chance of him showing up?

Kendall: I don't know. I mean, he spent all night with Ian. No idea where he is now.

Adam: I want you to call me as soon as you get this. What do you want? I hear Ian is doing well, or so I hear. I, uh, call his nurses every day. I don't know if you want to hear this, but I never intended for your son to be at risk. I should've taken more precautions. I should've been, uh, more in control of myself, but, well, maybe you've heard about this, or maybe not. I had been struggling around in a drug-induced fog. Are you -- are you trying to frighten me? Well, you're wasting your time because I have, I think, a good deal less of my life now that my brother has been killed. Shoot me. Strangle me with you bear hands. I don't give a damn. Just get it over with.

Judge: You are charged with murder in the first degree, murder in the second degree, manslaughter in the first degree, reckless endangerment, and possession of an instrument of crime. Do you understand the charges against you?

Kendall: Yes, your honor.

Judge: How do you plead to these charges?

Kendall: Not guilty, your honor.

Judge: Pre-trial motions. Mr. North?

Mr. North: Nothing from the commonwealth, your honor.

Judge: Mr. Montgomery?

Jack: None from the defense, your honor.

Mr. North: If it pleases the court, the commonwealth would like to proceed with the trial as soon as possible.

Judge: Objections, Mr. Montgomery?

Jack: None. The defense is ready to present its case.

Judge: Court will consult the calendar, schedule a trial for the earliest possible date.

[Gavel bangs]

Judge: Court is adjourned. Mr. North, Mr. Montgomery, a moment with you in chambers?

Jack: Yes. All right, listen. Why don't you go home, get some rest, and I'll be in touch with you when I come out.

Kendall: Thank you.

Jack: You bet.

Kendall: Hey. So, I -- I don't understand. Why -- why was David here?

Ryan: David?

Kendall: Yeah.

Ryan: Where?

Kendall: He was right -- he was right back there.

Annie: I'm telling the truth. I really can't get up. She hit me that hard. It -- it really hurts. Ah.

Woman: She wouldn't stop talking about her murderer friend.

Officer 1: I have a feeling you'll live.

Officer 2: Barbie, you can't keep attacking people. What are you hiding?

Annie: Did she punch me in my kidney or something?

[Annie groans]

Officer 2: You stabbed her?

Annie: Oh, God. Ugh.

Adam: Why don't you stab me in the back with a letter opener? Or maybe suffocate me with a pillow, hmm? Whatever it is you want to do to dispose of me, just why don't you get on with it? Nobody will give a damn.

Zach: You're already in hell on earth because your brother died instead of you. Why would I let you escape that?

Adam: Why are you here? What do you want?

Zach: I want your help, Adam.

Frankie: I'm not the same man you married.

Randi: Really? Who are you?

Frankie: My life is over.

Randi: Your life is just beginning. I get it, Frankie. Things didn't turn out the way you planned, but you'll improvise. Doesn't everybody?

Frankie: I told you. I don't have a life.

Angie: Listen. Brot, ask Randi to call us as soon as she's free, ok?

Brot: You got it. I'll tell her.

Jesse: Thanks for hanging in there, man. I really appreciate it.

Brot: Frankie's my friend. I'll do whatever it takes.

Angie: Now do you see why I have to go?

Jesse: Oh, I understand why you want to go, baby, but I still think it's a mistake.

Angie: Jesse, I have been talking sense to Frankie since he was old enough to speak. I know how to reach him. I know his heart. I know what to say when he is shutting down. Jesse, our -- our son is in total despair. I've got to get him out of this bottomless hole.

[Machine beeps]

Randi: You know that show with the arrogant doctor that barely looks a patient in the eye but somehow every single time, every case, he seems to diagnose?

Frankie: He doesn't diagnose. He just says lines.

Randi: Frankie, diagnosis is huge. You don't have to handle a scalpel to save a patient's life.

Frankie: I think with my hands, Randi. That's how I'm wired. If my hands are gone then so am I.

Randi: You don't know that.

Frankie: I do know that. When I got injured, other soldiers were injured, too. They wanted a doctor to help them, and I couldn't. Soldiers died because of me.

Brot: Willis? Hey, it's Brot. Brot Monroe.

Willis: Oh, hey, man.

Brot: Hey.

Willis: It's great to see you.

Brot: Yeah. You, too, man. How are you doing?

Willis: Frankie told us what happened.

Brot: You know, everything turns out ok, but what about you, man? How the hell did you end up pulling spot duty?

Willis: I almost went home in a body bag. I was bleeding. There was fire all around. Hubb pulled me out, kept me alive. I was kind of hoping to thank him.

Brot: But unfortunately, right now, he's not in a good place. So, what about you? Are you headed home?

Willis: Headed stateside. Lost my house to the bank, lost any hope of a job when they closed the tire plant down.

Brot: Yeah, there's a lot of that going around right now.

Willis: Feels like it ought to be easier after you've been on the ground.

Brot: That's true, but it could be worse. I mean, you could be going back to your wife in a flag-draped coffin.

Willis: You tell Hubb that Willis said, "Hey." You tell him --

Brot: Hey. I got you, man.

Zach: I came here to kill you, but someone beat me to it.

Adam: Who might that be?

Zach: I don't know. Krystal didn't have enough bullets. Junior, too drunk. Kendall? No. Me? No. So, can we, for the moment, assume that we're in the clear?

Adam: That's a staggering assumption. How do you expect me to help you?

Zach: David Hayward was here, Liza was here, Aidan was here, Annie was here.

Adam: Where -- where are you going with this?

Zach: I'm trying to solve a crime, and you're going to help me do it.

Liza: If the cops find you menacing this creep, they'll arrest you again. Get out of here. I was alone with Adam, and I never saw you today.

[Adam laughs]

Adam: Oh, he does arouse your protective instincts, doesn't he? Have you, uh, by any chance made a withdrawal from the Zach Slater sperm bank? Hmm? Oh, or maybe you're blossoming with one of his spawn?

Liza: Oh, Adam. You're being ridiculous. Zach and I are just friends.

Adam: Oh, friends. It's such a wonderful, all-inclusive word -- "friends." Zach and I are becoming friends, and I'm helping him solve Stuart's murder. Amazing, isn't it? But true.

Liza: Don't believe a word that Adam says.

Adam: Oh, I was about to say the same thing about you. Um, Zach and Kendall have both said they're innocent, which means you must've been the shooter.

Liza: Right. Yes, I shot Stuart.

Adam: Yeah, you thought it was me. You wanted me dead. Yeah, so there's no denying it.

Liza: Oh, I don't deny that. Oh, no, I did want to kill you.

Adam: Hmm.

Nurse: Ian's been very cheery today.

Kendall: Good. Hello, my tough guy. Hey. You feeling chipper today?

[Machine beeps]

Ryan: You won't be convicted. You won't. The DA hardly has a case without Zach, and either way, I'm going to nail the killer before you even go to trial.

Kendall: I just want to know why David was there today. I mean, what did he want?

Ryan: I want to know why David isn't at the top of the suspect list. I mean, he's got every reason in the world to want to kill Adam, and we all know that he would do it.

[Knock on door]

Jack: Hi.

Kendall: Hi.

Jack: Judge wants to start the trial in six weeks.

Kendall: Ah, a rush. Ok, well -- well you said we're ready. Are we?

Jack: We will be, but I do think we should start building your defense now.

Ryan: Now? Ok, that's my cue to go wait out in the hallway.

Jack: If you don't mind.

Ryan: No, I don't. I've got some business calls I've got to make.

Kendall: Ok.

Jack: So tell me, again. What happened the night of the murder?

Kendall: I think we went over this like twenty times already.

Jack: Well, we're going to go over it twenty more and twenty more after that until you remember everything that you've left out.

Kendall: I -- I haven't left anything out.

Jack: Kendall, a lot of my clients say that just before they remember that tiny detail that saves them.

Ryan: Well, make sure you alert the Paris office first, ok? Thank you.

Jake: Hey.

Ryan: Hey.

Jake: How are you? How's -- how's Kendall holding up?

Ryan: Well, she survived court this morning. Not guilty, in case you're wondering. How's Tad doing?

Jake: Remarkably well. I don't think that Kendall did it, not for a second. In fact, if I was in charge, I'd be looking into David.

Ryan: It's funny you mention him. I was thinking about him.

Jake: Mm-hmm? Well, he was drugging Adam. You know that.

Ryan: I heard that. So, it's true? He -- what? How did he skate away from that?

Jake: One of his groupies took the fall.

Ryan: And the drugs that David was giving Adam, were they lethal?

Jake: Well, they sent him into cardiac arrest. It's good thing Annie was there and knew CPR.

[Pager beeps]

Jake: Oh, I -- I've got to go. Just tell Kendall to hang in there, ok?

Ryan: Yeah, yeah. I will.

[David sighs]

Ryan: Why were you at Kendall's arraignment?

David: Morbid curiosity. Another reason is I feel sorry for Kendall. She's had a rough time lately. It's hard to imagine her shooting down Stuart.

Ryan: We both know that Kendall didn't shoot down Stuart, don't we?

David: Well, too bad the evidence suggests otherwise. It's a shame she didn't cover her tracks.

Ryan: Cover her tracks?

David: Yeah.

Ryan: You mean like you did?

Jake: Annie? Annie? What happened?

Medic: Stab wound to the back, significant blood loss.

Jake: How deep is it?

Medic: Undetermined.

Annie: I -- I need Ryan and Adam Chandler.

Jake: Ok, all right.

Annie: Please, you have to call them right now.

Jake: All right, all right. Come on, go.

Adam: You killed the kindest man ever born.

Liza: Adam, I didn't kill anyone.

Adam: You just admitted it.

Liza: Oh, I wanted your toxic life to end, believe me. And if wishes were bullets, you would be dead.

Adam: You were in this house the night of the murder, weren't you?

Liza: Adam, this house was swarming with people that night, but I came here for one reason and one reason only -- my daughter.

Adam: Oh, that's a shameless lie.

Liza: Don't get me wrong. I was dying to shoot you. But I wanted something else more.

Adam: To get away with it?

Liza: The letters. Adam, the letters. Three years. Three years of letters I wrote to Colby that you never passed on to her. Letters telling her how much I love her, pleading with her to respond. But, of course, how could she respond to letters that you never passed on?

Adam: I don't remember any such letters.

Liza: Oh, really? Well, you should talk to Colby about that because she has read every single one of them. Yeah, she knows how despicable you are. Why didn't you burn the letters, Adam? Because, on some level, you wanted to be caught.

David: I see brainless Jake Martin has been bending your ear. Vivid imagination, that guy.

Ryan: I'm sorry. Was Adam's heart attack imaginary, or the drugs that were in his system?

David: Oh, I guess you haven't heard. The guilty party has been identified and punished.

Ryan: And a member of your staff.

David: You see, Ryan, if I were responsible for Adam's heart attack, I would no longer be chief of staff.

Ryan: Because you've never covered up a crime and gotten away with it, right?

[Cell phone rings]

Ryan: Hello? What? Ok, I'll -- I'll be right there.

David: Is there a problem?

Ryan: Annie was stabbed.

Kendall: I was standing outside the terrace door, and I had a gun. I tried to shoot. I mean, I wanted to shoot, but I couldn't go through with it. I don't know why. So I dropped the gun, and I ran. Then I -- I tripped over something.

Jack: You tripped? What did you trip over?

Kendall: I don't know. Uh, a rock, a hose?

Jack: Well, did -- did you look back to see what it was? Just -- think for a second. Tell me what happened next.

[Thunder crashes]

Jack: Kendall? What did you trip on? What did you see?

Kendall: I looked back, and there was a flash of lightning.

Jack: Lightning? Ok, so you had some illumination, at least for a moment. What was there?

Kendall: Nothing. I mean, I didn't see anything. Maybe I was just clumsy. I don't know.

Jack: Ok, so you trip. You look back, and you saw nothing there, maybe because what you tripped over was in motion. Maybe because what you tripped over had moved. Maybe you tripped over a human being, someone who didn't want to be seen, someone who just may have shot Stuart.

Liza: Adam, you are a pathetic excuse for a parent. You broke your daughter's heart, and you made her think that I had blown her off.

Zach: Ok, all right, what happened after you found the letters? You left?

Liza: Well, that was the plan. Only Adam was coming, so I panicked, and I dropped the letters, and I went outside to the terrace. And I was just hoping that Adam wouldn't see the letters that I'd left out.

Adam: I don't remember any letters.

Liza: You picked them up, and you stuffed them in your pocket.

Adam: No memory of that at all.

Zach: Now we're sure this wasn't Stuart?

Liza: I'm positive. Maybe you were just too drugged up? Or maybe you're just lying, like always?

Adam: Why should I lie at this point?

Liza: Oh, it's just reflex. Deceit comes naturally to you.

Zach: All right. So you're on the terrace. You're looking in. What happened next?

Liza: I just stood there. I stood there and stared at Adam.

Zach: And you wanted to kill him.

Liza: Oh, yes, I did. And I wish I hadn't left the gun inside.

Zach: Ok, what happened next?

Liza: Well, I felt like I was going to explode, and I felt somebody was going to see me, so I took off, and I wandered around the grounds for a while, crying my heart out, and then I heard the gunshot out of the blue. So I raced back here to the terrace.

Zach: Anyone there or no?

Liza: No, no, but I saw a bullet had broken the glass in the door, and I came in, and I saw that the body was on the parlor floor. So I leaned down, and I took my letters out of Adam's pocket. Only it wasn't Adam. No, it was Stuart. So I heard the police coming, and I used the tunnels to get out of there as fast as I could.

Zach: Right, you had to get the letters.

Liza: Yes, I wanted to show Colby.

Zach: Yeah, I know. You wanted Colby to read the letters, ok. There's got to be something else. What else?

Liza: The letters could have been my motive. If somebody found those letters, it would have looked like I was guilty, which I'm not.

Adam: This is all such a haze. I think -- I think I'm remembering something, bits. Yes, yes. I remember it now.

Kendall: I tripped over the killer?

Jack: I think it's possible, yeah.

Kendall: Well, then he or she was just a breath away. Where -- where are you going?

Jack: I'm going to see if I can't lean on Forensics, take another sweep of the Chandler house.

Kendall: You think they'll find something this late in the game?

Jack: One thing I know for sure? You never know.

Angie: Yes, yes, well, thank you for letting Dr. Hayward know. Yes, I will keep you updated. All right, thank you. Ok, that's handled. I've got my passport, I've got my ticket, I'm good to go.

Jesse: Baby, do you want to see Frankie and Randi make it?

Angie: What are you talking about?

Jesse: Does it matter to you if they last?

Angie: Of course, I want their marriage to last. What does that have to do with me --

Jesse: Listen to me, listen to me. You remember Frankie rescued Randi. Maybe now it's her turn to rescue him.

Angie: Look, Randi is great. I know that, and I know how much she loves our son. And I know that she has been through so much for a woman her age, but she is still just a kid.

Jesse: Oh, come on. You remember all the drama we went through as kids? Nobody swooped in to handle our stuff.

Angie: But Frankie and Randi, they still haven't been through enough to -- to learn how to really get through --

Jesse: This is their time now, for better or for worse. And you and I know that there's a whole lot of worse in this life.

Angie: So we are just supposed to leave them to struggle through this on their own?

Jesse: No, no, we are supposed to trust them to work this out on their own.

[Computer chimes]

Angie: Randi, honey? Are you all right?

Randi: Not really. Frankie is completely shut down. I've never seen him like this before. Nothing that I say or do is right. He thinks his life is over. I can't bring him around.

Frankie: I don't want to talk to my wife. Why would I want to talk to you?

Brot: Maybe because I've been where you are. I know exactly what it feels like to wake up one day in a body you don't know or let alone even like, Frankie.

Frankie: What about a body you can't even use? I work with my hands. My hands are shot. My career is history.

Brot: So is my face, Frankie. What is your point?

Angie: Maybe Brot will make some headway.

Randi: I doubt it. Frankie is in a bad place. I am trying, but I can't reach him. Angie, could you guys come out here? I mean, I know it's a long way, but I feel like it's the only thing that just might help, even if it's just one of you.

Angie: I was coming to Landstuhl, but, Randi, I don't think it's a good idea.

Randi: We really need you here.

Angie: Sweetheart, I packed my bag. I bought a ticket. I even took a leave of absence. I really was on my way.

Randi: Angie, come, please. Frankie needs you.

Angie: Frankie needs his wife.

Randi: He is not hearing his wife. It's as if I'm invisible.

Angie: I want you to make him listen, Randi, ok? I want you -- I want you to -- to knock down those walls that he's putting up, because now it's time for you to fight for Frankie just as hard as he fought for you. Because you know you believed there was a time that you would never shed your own life, and you were pushing Frankie away. And he loved you so much -- so much that he would not let go of you. Sweet girl, now it is time for you to fight just as hard not to let go of him. Don't give up on your husband, no matter what.

Frankie: So what do we do now, huh? Compare war wounds? This is, uh -- there's a hospital full of soldiers for that.

Brot: Man, I'm not here to compare wounds. I'm here for my friend.

Frankie: Your friend was lost in combat. All that's left is this pathetic shell of a person.

Brot: Man, that's what I thought. That's exactly why I let people think that I was dead until you barged into my hospital and let me have it.

Frankie: This is different, Brot.

Brot: How?

Frankie: I made Randi my wife, knowing full well what I was going off to. She married one man, and now, she's stuck with another.

Brot: Frankie... [Scoffs] Randi is not stuck. She wants to be with you, whether it's the good times or the bad.

Frankie: I thought you said no speeches. This is sounding speechy.

Brot: Did you stop when I asked you to? No, you didn't. Well, since you say I'm giving you this huge speech, why don't I leave you with this? It's easy to give up, but it's much harder not to. That, my friend, got me a standing ovation in Orlando.

Frankie: I'm all talked out. I just want to go to sleep.

Adam: I saw the gun and the letters. I couldn't quite process it, because the letters weren't in the locked drawer.

Zach: So Liza did see you.

Adam: Yes, I -- I guess so. I put the letters in my jacket pocket.

Zach: What happened next?

Adam: Um, well, I -- I don't remember. I remember I was feeling very hot and dizzy. No, wait. I went into the library. I took the jacket off. I forgot all about the letters and walked out. Stuart must have found the jacket, put it on for the meeting that never happened. And then, uh, I guess -- I don't remember anything else. Until I got to the attic and saw Annie and Emma. Those blasted drugs!

Zach: You keep talking about drugs. What drugs?

Adam: Hayward had cooked up one of his little toxic cocktails to replace my heart medication.

Zach: And you know this for a fact.

Adam: Yes, yes, ask Angie Hubbard or Jake Martin. They ID'd the toxins in my system and matched them to the pill residue. They tried to show that Hayward was responsible for it, but he was too slick for them. For months, I've been having memory lapses and blackouts and... I can't claim that I was in any kind of normal state of mind when I ok'd that valve for your son.

Liza: Because God knows you haven't made any decisions out of greed alone.

[Cell phone ringing]

Adam: Yeah, yeah. Yes, yes. Who? Oh, yes. I'll be right there. Uh, you finish up your business and leave, please.

Liza: I wonder what that was about.

Zach: Yeah, me, too.

Liza: Hmm.

Zach: This story you keep telling about the night of the murder, it keeps changing. The last version didn't have Kendall in there at all. So, what, did you see her or not? Or did you just put her in to cover yourself?

Liza: No, I saw her on the terrace with the gun. I didn't think you wanted to hear that version.

Zach: But you didn't see her pull the trigger.

Liza: No. I didn't. This place creeps me out.

Ryan: What happened to Annie?

Jake: Ah, some nut job in holding.

Ryan: Stabbed her? She actually got stabbed?

Annie: [Gasps]

David: Relax. You're going to be fine.

Jake: Excuse me, Annie's my patient.

David: Yes, I'm aware of that. Why do you think I'm double-checking her stats? If any complications arise, attending has instructions to contact me immediately.

Annie: Complications.

Jake: Ah, he's the prince of darkness. Don't worry. He likes to spook people.

Annie: He's good at it.

Jake: So, listen, the stab wound was shallow. It didn't hit any organs, ok? So we stitched you up and put you on some pain meds. How are you feeling? You feeling woozy?

Annie: A little.

Jake: Mm-hmm, well, that's normal. All right, so I'm going to go check your blood work, but you're going to be all right, ok? Don't wear her out with the talking.

Ryan: All right.

Annie: I thought I was going to die. I panicked, so I called you. I thought I had to leave some kind of message for Emma or something.

Ryan: Jake said you're going to be fine.

Annie: I was terrified.

Ryan: I bet you were terrified. The pain alone would have been --

Annie: Ryan, I'm not talking about the stabbing. I mean, that was awful, but just now. David really freaked me out. Looking up, him standing over me like that? He made me flashback to the night of the murder.

Angie: Waiting is torture. I just hope to God you were right.

Jesse: Me, too. But if I'm wrong, you can pack up and go. Nothing is set in stone, right?

Angie: Do you remember how Frankie always had the most beautiful hands, even when he was a baby? Long, slender fingers. I remember he used to take his little hand and grip my finger. What have they done to my baby's hands?

Brot: Hey.

Randi: I don't know what to do. Angie decided she's not going to come. She thinks this is something that I need to deal with on my own, and that if I try hard enough -- but -- well, I just -- I don't know. I really don't know.

Brot: Hey, hey. It's ok.

Ryan: Annie, why does David remind you of the night of the murder? There's got to be something there. I think we should talk about that night one more time.

Annie: Ryan, please, I'm so tired. And that night was so horrible.

Ryan: Just one more time, please. You were there, and the power went off at Chandler's.

Adam: Back off, Lavery. Leave the woman alone. She didn't murder my brother.

David: He's looking good. Getting stronger every day. You'll be able to put that new valve in him soon. The silent treatment, huh? Is this because of your arraignment?

Kendall: No. The night of the murder, where exactly were you when the gunshot rang out?

David: Don't tell me you're on the same page with Ryan, trying to build a case against me. Well, it's not going to work. We're not going there.

Zach: That's exactly where we're going.

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