All My Children Transcript Friday 6/12/09
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David: I believe Amanda Dillon's scheduled for an ultrasound. 11:00, Am I right?
Nurse: Uh, yes, 11:00, But Ms. Dillon called to cancel.
David: Did she happen to say why?
Liza: Hey. Where -- where's Jake? I need to talk to him as soon as possible.
Krystal: Well, I haven't seen him all morning, and I have a hunch I'm not going to see him today.
Liza: Oh? Why -- why is that? He's -- he's not at the hospital?
Tad: Oh, God, I hope not. He got married last night.
Tad: Yeah. He and Amanda are on their honeymoon even as we speak.
Amanda: Put me down. You're going to make me a widow. "Man breaks back lifting pregnant bride."
Jake: "Man paralyzed by new wife's beauty." That's the way I see it. You know, has anybody told you lately that you're a goddess? You are my honeymoon goddess. You are.
Amanda: I wish this could be a real honeymoon.
Jake: Well, we're newlyweds, right? We're -- we're genuine. We're the real thing and we're in Barbados. We have the sand at our feet, and today we'll bask in the sun a little bit.
Amanda: No sun basking tomorrow.
Jake: No. Tomorrow -- tomorrow is the tough stuff. But today is a little -- little sample of all the happiness to come.
[Marissa stands in front of Babe's grave]
Little Adam: These are for Momma.
Marissa: Oh, they're beautiful.
Little Adam: These are Momma's favorite.
Marissa: You know what? Mine, too.
Marissa: They're perfect.
J.R.: What are you looking for here?
Aidan: Rise and shine. It's a beautiful day outside. Fancy taking a walk?
Annie: No, thank you.
Aidan: Annie, you need to get stronger.
Annie: So they can cart me off to that cell? The second I get better is the second I'm going back to jail. Nobody's getting me out of this bed.
Angie: Hey, Ryan. You had me paged?
Ryan: Yeah. Emma's got a little bit of a -- of a sore tummy, so I want to bring her in here to see you.
Angie: Oh. Well, let's have a look at you, ok? Just come with me and this is not going to hurt at all, ok?
Ryan: Ok, I'm going to go see Ian while you guys are in there, ok? I'll be right back. Ok, sweets.
Angie: We'll make that tummy feel all better.
Ryan: How is he? How's Ian?
Zach: He's good. Dr. Sloane says he's almost out of the woods.
Ryan: Oh, that's great. That's great. Spike is going to be very happy. He misses his little brother.
Zach: It's got to be confusing for Spike.
Ryan: Yeah. You know, he's ok. Depending on the day, he's -- he's all right.
Zach: Where's Kendall?
Ryan: Uh, she's not here with you?
[Kendall dreams she's kissing and sleeping with Ryan and Zach]
Kendall: Oh, my goodness.
Kendall: Good morning, Spikey. Are you hiding from me? Yeah? Can I have a kiss? A kiss kiss? Oh, what a great way to wake up. What a great way to wake up, with my boy. I'm very happy today.
Kendall: Yes, I am. Do you want to know why? Because -- yes, I know. It's so bright out today and sunny. You're brother is getting better. He's going to be home soon before you know it. Yeah, you know there is no place like home, is there, Spike?
Ryan: Last time I saw Kendall was at Greenlee's place last -- last night. I stopped by there just to see her one last time before Jack packed it up, and I guess she had the same idea.
Zach: I'm sorry. That couldn't have been easy.
Ryan: I kept expecting her to walk through the door, you know? Tell us to put all her stuff back.
Zach: I'll let Kendall know you're looking for her.
Ryan: No, it's -- it's ok. Don't bother. I'm here just because Emma has a stomach ache, and while she's in with Angie I wanted to see how Ian was doing. I'm glad that he's doing -- he's doing well.
Zach: He's good, and Emma's going to be fine.
Ryan: Yeah. Tell Ian I said hi.
Jack: Ok, so where's Kendall? I can't find her anywhere.
Zach: "Where's Kendall?" That's the question of the day.
Kendall: Remember your second birthday?
Kendall: Yeah, when they brought you all those toys. You had too many toys. You were running back and forth from one toy to the next. Yeah, well that's kind of how Momma feels running back and forth between you and Ian. But you know what? I love you and Ian so much. My heart could just explode. I hope you know I love you both.
Spike: That smells good.
Kendall: Yeah, it smells good. Oh, I love you so much, the both of you.
Marissa: Yeah, I come here a lot. Why? Does it matter?
J.R.: Doesn't make sense.
Marissa: It makes sense to me.
J.R.: Will David arrive with a bottle of bubbly to celebrate shaking the murder charge?
Marissa: Oh, I'm not expecting him. Are you?
J.R.: You never know with Hayward. You know, you and Babe aren't much alike except when it comes to pariah types.
Marissa: Excuse me?
J.R.: Babe was a sucker for, um, underdogs. That's what Krystal called them, walking messes like Richie Novak.
Marissa: Who's Richie Novak?
J.R.: Was, past tense. Low life that Babe took under her wing.
Little Adam: Can I go chase butterflies?
J.R.: Yeah, buddy. Just don't go too far, ok? All right. Babe knew how destructive her father was, but she gave him chance after chance. Never stopped.
Marissa: Look, I see David for who he is, the good and the bad. Sure, David's dark. He can be dangerous. No question. But there is this bright ray of light streaming through. If you can see the good in a complicated person, then you've got leverage, a handle. I hope.
J.R.: So that's your plan? Find David's soft spot, work it.
Marissa: Look, if -- if I can just make David see himself the way everyone else does, then, yes, maybe I can help him straighten out.
J.R.: Well, good luck. You're going to need it.
Marissa: I'm not a quitter. I never give up.
Little Adam: Never give up. That's what Grandma says. I have a butterfly. Would you like to see it?
J.R.: Oh, you little faker.
Little Adam: Made you look, made you look. Do you know my mommy?
Marissa: I did, yeah. A long, long time ago. We were both tiny, tiny babies.
Little Adam: Come see my momma.
Amanda: You know, I think the baby is enjoying this.
Amanda: How could I be so happy and so heartbroken at the same time?
Jake: Listen. I love this baby. Why? Because -- because this baby is a part of you, and I -- I love you. I do. But just because we don't get to keep him doesn't mean that it's the end for us. In fact, I think it's the opposite. I think this is the beginning, just the beginning. The beginning of all our -- our happiness. Hey, we're married. What? We're married, right? We're in love. What -- what would Paulo say to Consuelo? I think it goes something like this, "el amor conquista todo." Love conquers all.
Amanda: Does it?
Jake: I -- I think it does, yeah, especially if two people really love each other.
Amanda: I love you. I really love you. I want you to know that.
Jake: That's good. I -- I was having a sneaky little suspicion that that was the case, but --
Amanda: Not just because you're my hero or this baby boy's hero.
Jake: I was also worried that it was just my swarthy good looks, but now that you've clarified that.
Amanda: Yes, it is your swarthy good looks.
[Jake and Amanda kiss]
Krystal: Jake and Amanda got their marriage license. Tad did this silly Internet church.
Tad: It wasn't silly.
Krystal: It was silly.
Tad: It was not silly. It was heartfelt.
Krystal: Ok, you're right. They exchanged their vows, and it was really very sweet.
Liza: They're on their honeymoon.
Liza: Wow. That's, um -- do you know where they went?
Tad: You know, they didn't say anything in the note probably because they want to be left alone. Crazy kids. I mean, whoever heard of newlywed privacy?
Liza: Well, I mean, they -- they probably just figured that David was going to be booked for murdering Stuart, and they'd be free to raise the baby, right? No daddy vulture to pounce.
Krystal: Daddy vulture was a witness.
Liza: I'm sorry. What?
Tad: Sitting right there. He was so swept away by the nuptials he had to be restrained.
Krystal: Yep, tied to a chair with a gag in his mouth.
Tad: Me and Krystal thought it was sort of a curve on the old best man thing, you know? Worse man scenario. But he did give a hell of a speech before he had that hanky crammed between his choppers.
David: And I meant every word of it. Where's Amanda?
Tad: Why can't we just lock the door? Um, she's on her honeymoon with Jake.
David: Hmm. Where?
Tad: Um, she didn't mention, but I'm sure she'll be back within the week.
David: You know, I don't care if she's hiding out in a mud hut in Borneo. I'm going to track them down, and I'm going to get my baby. Why are you here?
Liza: I'm an old friend of Tad's.
David: Mm, right. So you didn't come here to warn Jake and Amanda, right? "David the terrible is back on the prowl"?
Liza: No. Actually, that's not the reason that I came.
David: Oh, ok, right. You know, if it wasn't so obvious, I may have asked you to help me track them down, but that would clearly be a waste of time, now wouldn't it?
Tad: Yeah, that and the fact that honeymoons are usually meant for two.
David: All right, look. Why don't you tell the deluded couple when they call in, I'll be seeing them soon.
Krystal: All right. We really have got to warn Jake and Amanda.
Liza: He is not answering his phone. I have called him a dozen times.
Tad: Really? Liza, just out of curiosity, what exactly is your part in this whole, you know, David, Jake, Amanda, baby maybe scenario? And before you start, I've known you for way too long, way too well. Don't lie. Just cut to the chase.
Liza: I thought that David was going to be booked for murdering Stuart, so I tried to legally throw him under the train but it didn't work.
Tad: Oh, and that's why you're concerned for Amanda and Jake.
Liza: Yeah, that's exactly why.
Tad: Uh-huh. Let me get this straight. Despite the fact that your mother's practically dying of grief because of your step-father's murder, the fact that your own daughter doesn't want to have anything to do with you, or perhaps not her brother or sister-to-be, your only concern in all of this was for my brother and his incredibly pregnant bride. Must be the bullet hole. It makes perfect sense to me.
Liza: Ok. You know what? You think what you want.
Tad: Oh, I do, Liza. I do. But you go ahead. You stick to your story. I wouldn't expect anything less. After all, I always did appreciate your spine.
Liza: You know what? Jake is a friend of mine. So if you hear from him, would you tell him "watch out" and have him call me. Ok, goodbye.
Jake: Hey. Those robes are heavy, so if you end up in the water you might drown with that.
Amanda: How about I just sit in the sand?
[Cell phone rings]
Jake: Man, I am popular.
Amanda: You know, newlyweds don't return phone calls.
Jake: Right. Tad, Tad, Tad, what a pain in the butt, Tad, Krystal, David.
Jake: Yeah, just once.
Amanda: You're not planning on calling anyone back? I mean, that's not part of the plan, right?
Jake: Right, of course. I know.
Amanda: I know this sounds terrible, but David won't know what hit him when we lie and say that the baby died. He retraces our steps, and he'll hit a brick wall.
Amanda: My baby will be safe and sound with -- with great parents who really adore him, who can make him as happy as -- as we would if we could raise him together. I wish. It's so unfair. You would be so perfect. This little baby boy would be so lucky to have you as a dad.
Jake: We're going to have a lot of babies. We're going to have little boy babies and little girl babies. We're going to have a house full of babies, ok?
Amanda: I never wanted a baby before. Now I want this one more than life.
Jake: Ok, all right. But I can see into the future, and I see a whole clan. We're going -- we're going to have our own, ok? All right?
Amanda: I better -- I better go rub some sunscreen on this belly.
[Cell phone rings]
Liza: God, do you ever answer your phone?
Jake: Well, it's a little tricky considering the, you know, situation.
Liza: Listen. Is everything going according to plan?
Jake: Is -- is that what you called me about? Yes, everything is fine. We're in Barbados, and she's having the C-section tomorrow, and when we deliver the baby and the dust settles, you're going to get the child. But reassuring you every hour on the hour, that is not part of the plan here.
Liza: Well, you could have at least told me when you were ready to go.
Jake: I -- I just didn't want to leave any loose ends, you know, so David wouldn't catch on.
Liza: Well, it's too late. He's already on your trail.
David: A private jet? They must've leased it. Pine Valley to parts unknown. If I knew which way they were headed, why the hell would I need you?
Little Adam: Dad says my mom's up in heaven, but she's buried right here.
Marissa: Oh, in heaven? Your daddy's right. Your mommy is up in heaven.
Little Adam: Then why do we come here?
Marissa: Well, it's like a meeting place. Your momma comes down from heaven, because she knows that you'll visit her here. If you listen, you can hear her.
Little Adam: My mom doesn't talk to me anymore.
Marissa: Well, if you make yourself very, very quiet, you can hear her talking -- talking very softly right inside your very own heart. I talk to my mother all the time. Just listen when you're falling asleep, and listen for her when you're here. Your mother is all around you. You'll never lose your mom.
J.R.: You ok?
Little Adam: I like that girl.
Angie: All right, sweetheart. You know what? I think that you're going to be just fine.
Emma: But I don't feel good.
Angie: I'll tell you what. I'm going to go look for your daddy, ok? And Nurse Judy here, she's going to take very good care of you, ok?
Judy: Hi. I'm Judy. Hi. Nice to meet you.
Aidan: Hey, Emma. Hey. How are you doing?
Emma: Is Mommy still here in this hospital?
Aidan: Uh, yeah. She's just one flight away. Where's your daddy?
Emma: Visiting Spike's little brother.
Aidan: Hey, listen. I have a good idea. You want to hear it? You want to know how you can make your mom feel better? I have a little game. I want you to tell your mom a secret and then get your mom to tell you a secret of her own. Can you do that? How about I take you down there?
Ryan: Take my daughter down where?
Jack: So, with Hayward off the hook now, that means Kendall's on the hook in a big way. She's got motive, means, opportunity, fingerprints all over the murder weapon. It's going to be a tough one to fight.
Zach: I know that. We -- we both know that.
Jack: And we've got a DA in this North guy --
Zach: Oh, God. Henry North, huh? Pretty ambitious little cad, isn't he? Just wants his conviction.
Jack: Actually the way I read this, he wants to convict a celebrity's daughter, and he doesn't much care if she's innocent or guilty.
Zach: So, what do we do?
Jack: Well, try this on for size, if you would. You've got a distraught mother, because she thinks her child has been killed. She's grieving, grief stricken in fact, and she -- she almost kind of lost her mind temporarily.
Zach: And she walks?
Jack: No, she won't walk. She'll do maybe five years.
Zach: Five years? No, that's not going to happen.
Jack: Look, look. That's what Kendall said when I pitched it to her, and I don't blame her, but my job is to let her know her options, and, believe it or not, Zach, this is one of her better options.
Zach: Jackson, it's not going to happen.
Kendall: What's not going to happen?
Aidan: Emma wants to go and see her mom.
Ryan: Is that true? Angie says you didn't seem very sick. Were you faking it so that you can come here and see Mommy?
Emma: I knew my tummy would feel better if I could see Mommy for a little while. Please?
Ryan: You've missed so much school though, Princess. You need to be in school today.
Emma: Ok, but can I see Mommy first?
Ryan: No, honey, no. Not now. It's not a good idea.
Zach: Mr. Montgomery wants you to cop a plea. Tell the jury that you've been a little crazy lately. Maybe five years.
Jack: Look. I know you're resistant to that idea, and I don't blame you, but it's something you should at least consider.
Kendall: No, no. I -- I didn't kill Stuart. I didn't do it. Someone else did. I mean, are we just going to give up on figuring out who it was?
Jack: No. Now, look. We've got a DA who all he wants to do is hit one out of the park in the big leagues. He doesn't care if you're guilty or not.
Zach: All right, the DA, but we've got to come up with something better, Jackson. Five years. That's a -- that's a long time for somebody who didn't do anything.
Kendall: All right, listen. I wanted to shoot Adam, but wanting and doing are two different things. Now, this DA, I don't care. He can go for broke, but I have the truth on my side and a husband who has just remarried me to avoid making me look guilty in court.
Jack: So, we fight?
Kendall: Yeah, we fight.
Jack: Good girl. Exactly what I wanted to hear you say. I'll go toe to toe with this guy, gloves off.
Aidan: Annie, put your robe on. Now.
Annie: That's not -- Aidan, no means no.
Aidan: Emma's one flight up.
Annie: Emma's sick?
Aidan: No, she's ok, but Ryan's going to take her home, so if you want to see her you have to hurry.
Krystal: Look. I -- I'm sorry for interrupting, and I know it's terribly rude, but it's kind of important.
J.R.: Really? I can't imagine who it's about.
Marissa: Excuse me. Ok, what's David done now?
Krystal: It's what he might do that scares me. You know Jake and Amanda took off on their honeymoon, and of course, they didn't leave word where they were going, but David is furious. He is hell bent on hunting them down, and I'm just afraid of what he might do if he finds them.
Marissa: Ok. Now tell me the part you left out.
Krystal: David thinks that they flew the coop to keep him away from his baby.
Marissa: Well, did they?
Krystal: Tad doesn't think so. But me? I think it's possible. Look. David can do a truckload of damage, right? With an unborn child involved, it could get ugly. It could get really ugly, Marissa.
Marissa: You want me to stop him.
Amanda: That water is so blue. It's like blue bath water.
Jake: I know.
Amanda: Let's never leave. Let's just stay here forever.
Jake: We could do that. I could buy a big catamaran, and you could sell little tickets, but you've got to braid women's hair on the beach.
Amanda: Oh. Yeah, and the baby could --
Jake: What is it? What's happening?
Amanda: It's just a Braxton Hicks.
Jake: Is that -- is that the first -- first one?
Amanda: It started on the plane.
Jake: Why didn't -- why didn't you say anything to me?
Amanda: Well, there's nothing to do but ride it out, so I'm pretty much a Braxton-Hicks pro right now.
Jake: All right. Well, if it started on the plane, that's -- well, that's a couple of hours ago.
Amanda: Well, I just had a few --
Jake: That's another one?
Amanda: Yeah. Last hour or so, a bunch in a row.
[Amanda exhales deeply]
Amanda: You know what I need? A long, warm bath.
Jake: No. There's no time for a bath. You're in labor.
Jake: You're in labor.
Amanda: I can't be.
Jake: Well, you are. This is -- this is it. Baby doesn't care about plans.
Amanda: But I'm not ready.
Jake: Well, this little boy's ready.
Kendall: His cheeks are so pink. They're all rosy. It's been so long, I feel like I haven't seen that in forever.
Zach: He's a champion. The best of you and me.
Kendall: Zach, I've been thinking.
Zach: Don't do it. You're going to hurt yourself.
Kendall: I've been thinking about the plea. Five years? I don't know, maybe, ah, they let me out early for good behavior?
Zach: Good behavior, yeah, that's going to happen. Sure, they'll let you out for that.
Kendall: I'm serious.
Zach: I know. That's what scares me.
Kendall: You're an amazing dad.
Zach: I can't raise those kids by myself. I need you to be there. If you plead guilty, you're in the system. Five years turns into 20 and... You can't do that to the boys.
Kendall: Or to you.
Ryan: Mommy's still sick and she really, really needs peace and quiet.
Emma: I promise I'll talk really soft.
Ryan: Sweetie, it's just -- it's just not a good idea.
Emma: But you let me talk to Mommy on the phone.
Ryan: That was -- that was a little bit different.
Emma: How? Mommy!
Annie: [Laughing] Hi!
Liza: Hey, you. Whoa, what is -- what's all that?
Tad: Oh, well, Mama had to empty out a storage locker. Hence the toy museum.
Liza: Oh, you know that most of this stuff is lethal, right?
Liza: Yeah, you got lead-based paint here. I mean, this crib? Please, this was recalled years ago.
Tad: And yet we managed to survive. It's a miracle. Think it's because we're bionic?
Liza: Hey, Tad, listen. I -- I came here to apologize to you.
Liza: About before -- yeah. I mean, I left here. It was a negative feeling.
Tad: Oh, hey, come on. That's just Hayward. He's like a one-man crop-duster for doom and gloom.
Liza: Ah, please, tell me about it. I mean, I did hear how he wrecked your marriage to Krystal.
Tad: Yep, and to Dixie. But you know what they say. Sometimes marriages just come and go, but your kids are your kids for your whole life. Which is why I can't help but feel for David a little, you know. I mean, who am I or Jake or Amanda to deny him access to his kid?
Liza: Well, because he doesn't just want access to his kid. Come on. David is a horrific man.
Tad: Liza, I did some pretty horrific things when I was out there looking for Kathy, things I never thought myself capable of. But you're right. There's no telling how far David will go. I sense disaster. Well, one thing's for sure. Kids are miraculous, aren't they? And their toys are so much more fun than ours.
Tad: You think they still make caps for these? Hmm?
David: I don't give a damn if they're on the other side of the galaxy. You track them down, you understand?
David: Don't look at me like that.
Marissa: Don't Amanda and Jake deserve a honeymoon?
David: You're being naive. It's not a honeymoon. It's a kidnapping mission with my child.
Marissa: Yours and Amanda's.
David: [Scoffs] Amanda couldn't raise a lab rat, let alone a baby.
Marissa: [Sighs] I'm sure it's that kind of talk that made Amanda take off. You've been threatening to grab that baby for months. What kind of mother wouldn't run from a threat like that?
David: Well, she can run all she wants. I'm still going to find her.
Marissa: You're really ready to rip that child away from its mother?
David: And you're here to stop me, aren't you?
Marissa: Yeah, I am.
Doctor: And take Mrs. Martin into room three.
Amanda: Well, Jake, you coming?
Jake: No, no, no, I'll be there in a minute, all right? Thank you.
Jake: Hey, this is Jake Martin. Yeah, the baby's coming. Well, she went into labor. No, the lungs are fully developed, so there's nothing to worry about. Just meet me at the hospital like we discussed with the transportation. And the neonatal team. Don't -- well, immediately. Thank you. Ah, show me where to scrub in.
Doctor: Too late for a C-section. Her water's just broken. She's completely dilated.
Jake: All right, um, then we'll go with natural childbirth. That's the last thing in the world she wanted to do, but --
Doctor: The baby's coming fast. She won't be in pain for long.
Jake: No, she doesn't want to see this baby, ok?
Doctor: Best laid plans. She'll see him now.
Marissa: Who's going to raise your child while you're off transplanting hearts and saving the almost dead? Who's going to take your kid on play dates while you're adding years to people's lives? You're not too great at making friends, you know. I haven't met anyone in this town who likes you. They don't just stop at just disliking you. They want you to go down for a murder, whether they think you did it or not.
David: What you don't seem to understand is that Jake and Amanda are morons.
Marissa: Is there anyone in this town who you think measures up to you intellectually? Believe it or not, people who aren't brilliant surgeons can make amazing parents. Jake and Amanda can give your child a happy life with, you know, family and friends, birthday parties, picnics and pony rides. That's how I grew up. I was happy, and my parents couldn't save lives on a daily basis, but they gave me so much in so many ways. What have you got for a little boy or girl? David, look at your life. This big, empty house. I'm sure you could hire nannies and chefs, but you know what I see? I see a lonely kid who grows up to be unhappy, who wants to know what happened to their mother and how they ended up so alone. Who do you think they'll blame for that?
Doctor: Push. That's right.
Amanda: This is even harder than it looked.
Jake: You're doing great, honey. You're doing -- you're doing -- just fine.
Doctor: We have a problem.
Amanda: What's wrong?
Doctor: The umbilical cord, it's wrapped around his neck.
Nurse: The heart rate's dropping.
Jake: Excuse me, Doctor -- something -- thank you.
Amanda: What? Is my baby dying?
Jake: Ok, he's almost here.
Amanda: The cord, the cord.
Doctor: Your husband handled it.
Jake: Ok, ok, he's here, he's here, he's -- thank you.
Jake: Good, good, hold him right there. Hold him right there.
Amanda: Is he breathing? I don't hear him.
Amanda: Is that -- that him?
Jake: He's great, baby.
Amanda: Let me see him.
Jake: You sure?
Amanda: I changed my mind.
Amanda: Jake, after all that, just please give me the baby. I want to see him right now.
Amanda: Hey. You're my baby. My beautiful baby boy.
David: That's great news. I'll be in touch.
Marissa: You located Jake and Amanda? So, moment of truth. Who are you now, the good David or the bad?
Emma: I missed you so much.
Annie: I missed you, too. But it's not always going to be this way.
Emma: Is this the secret game?
Annie: I don't know. What is that?
Emma: I tell you a secret, then you tell me one. Want to hear mine? I don't really have a tummy ache.
Annie: Well, I have a secret, too. I have a guardian angel who's going to bring me home to you.
Kendall: Zach, we kissed last night. I mean, are we never going to talk about it?
Zach: The -- the only thing I want to talk about is -- is proving your innocence, that's all.
Kendall: Well, I keep thinking about the mistakes I made that got us where we are. And I think about the kiss and -- and how it brought me back.
Zach: Well, you can add that to your list of mistakes, because that was a mistake, too.
Kendall: I -- listen, I know that, I know. But I can't help it. It felt good. And that's -- that's my problem. That's my problem, when something feels good and -- comfort, it makes me just forget about the pain. And last night when we kissed, it took me back to this loving place, outside of the chaos and the fear and the pain. It's comfort. That's what I'm feeling. What are you feeling?
Zach: I don't want to do this right now. Don't make me.
Tad: New toys and the whole minister thing, it might be kind of a new direction for me.
Liza: [Laughing] Wow. You know, you -- you're really like you're 17 again. You know, what were you like right before this brain surgery?
Tad: You mean between Dixie's death and Krystal leaving me? Yeah, that was a regular barrel full of monkeys. Except I kind of had this knot in my stomach and my heart was in my throat.
Liza: So, that's pretty much gone now?
Tad: Pretty much.
Liza: What? Oh... Oh.
[Tad throws a dart and it sticks right into Liza's fake baby bump]
Amanda: Hey there. Nice to finally meet you face to face. I'm your mommy.
Jake: Babe, they're -- they're here, so we have to move quickly. You know, everything's set up.
Amanda: I can't. Jake, I can't give my baby away.
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