All My Children Transcript Friday 6/19/09
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Marissa: Hey, I got your text message.
J.R.: Wow. That was, uh, fast. Come on in, please.
Marissa: So, what's so urgent?
Marissa: Well, after the -- the please come when you can message, you put one of those wide-eyed panic faces.
J.R.: Oh, that was supposed to be a smiley face. I guess I'm not very good at texting still.
Marissa: Ok. Well, um, I'm here. So, what's up?
J.R.: I wanted to ask you for a play date.
Zach: Do you know how much I love you? Do you? Do you? Huh?
[Zach makes roaring sound]
Kendall: I hate to be the one to spoil play time, but I got a phone call from Dr. Sloane. He said he can squeeze Ian in today if -- if you want to go.
Kendall: All right. Ok and Spikey, Mr. Spikey, Rachel is getting a bath ready for you. Yes, she is. Come on. Your cartoons are going to be on later, ok?
Woman [on TV]: But Kendall Slater's attorney had very little to say as he left a procedural hearing this morning.
Man: Is it true Mrs. Slater blamed Adam Chandler for the near death of her son?
Woman: Will Erica Kane be testifying at the trial?
Jack: Folks, I'm sorry to disappoint. I have no comment at this time. Excuse me, please.
Kendall: Ok, Spikey, you know what? Go -- let's go have a bath. Rachel's getting ready for you. Yeah. Let's go see Rachel, ok? All right.
Woman [on TV]: District attorney Henry North was more forthcoming with our reporter when he caught up with him at a benefit last night.
Man: DA North, are you confident in the case you're bringing against Kendall Slater?
DA North: Absolutely. We're quite secure in the forensic evidence we procured and, just as important, we have motive, means, and opportunity.
Man: Has her high profile status in Pine Valley had any impact on the case at all?
DA North: I was elected by the citizens of this city to prosecute criminals to the fullest extent of the law. Now, in the past, some of our more well-known residents have eluded justice because of unequal and lenient treatment by predecessors. That stops now. Just because you're Erica Kane's daughter, it doesn't give you the free pass to murder. Now, Kendall Hart-Slater will pay for the crime she has committed.
Man: And has the fact that her ex-husband recently remarried her to evade testifying hurt your case at all?
DA North: Childish legal tricks won't keep me from bringing her to justice, and Zach Slater will still play an important part in her prosecution, whether he's married to her or not.
[Cell phone rings]
DA North: I'm not liking what I'm reading in your latest report.
Jesse: Well, it seemed pretty detailed to me. I mean, we've been back to the crime scene quite a few times now, uncovered new evidence.
DA North: They are wasting time with castings of David Hayward's footprints. We're supposed to be building a case against Kendall Slater.
Jesse: Oh. I thought we were trying to uncover the truth.
DA North: We've indicted Kendall. That's where I need you to focus your energy now. Meet me back in my office in 15 minutes.
Jesse: Yeah, that's not going to work for me. I'm at the hospital. I need to see my son. I'll call your office later when I'm done.
DA North: Get your priorities straight, Hubbard. You're the one who made the arrest in the first place. This case falls apart, I'll make it well known it was due to sloppy police work.
Ryan: No. After Annie escaped Oak Haven, this time, she fled the country and I didn't hear from her again until I discovered that she was back in town at the Chandler house the night that Stuart Chandler was murdered when she was trying to kidnap my daughter.
Liza: Objection, your honor. Opinion based on facts not in evidence.
Judge: Easy, counselor. This isn't a trial.
Liza: No, but it is a hearing to determine whether or not ms. Lavery is mentally fit to stand trial and Mr. Lavery's testimony is highly prejudicial due to past animosities between them.
Judge: Now who's arguing opinion on facts not in evidence? I've been doing this a while, ms. Colby. I'm here to listen to all sides. You'll get your turn.
Liza: Yes, your honor.
Attorney: Mr. Lavery, based on your past history with the defendant and your recent interaction with her since her escape and return, what is your opinion of Ms. Lavery's state of mind now as opposed to when she was first committed to Oak Haven?
Ryan: I think that she is more of a threat to my daughter than she ever has been. That's my opinion. Your honor, if somehow the court lets Annie Lavery out of custody, you -- you could be putting my daughter's life at risk, serious risk, ok? She needs help, which is what I want. I want her to get help, but she needs to be locked away until she gets that help.
Jesse: Hey. Sorry I'm late. How's things going, soldier? How they looking? Doctors say you're healing ok?
Frankie: Well, what were once a couple of hands that now look like they were fed through a meat grinder, things are just dandy.
Randi: The doctors say he's healing just as well as can be expected.
Frankie: I might even be able to point to something distant in the future.
Angie: Hello, handsome. How you doing? Frankie, this is Dr. Stephen Wexler.
Dr. Wexler: Hello, Frankie.
Frankie: I'd shake your hand, but --
Angie: Dr. Wexler is down from New York. He's an orthopedic surgeon, and he has done some very impressive work with nerve and tissue reconstruction.
Frankie: Again, I'd shake your hand, but, you know.
Frankie: Don't you think you should talk to me first before you bring in a surgeon? I am not stupid. I'm a doctor, so I know what can be done and what can't. You're wasting your time. You, too.
Randi: Could you guys just, um, could you just give us a minute?
Jesse: Yeah, absolutely.
Randi: Thanks. Oh, please don't leave just yet.
Dr. Wexler: I understand.
Angie: I -- I'm sorry, Dr. Wexler. This just happens to be a very difficult time.
Dr. Wexler: Look. I'm going to be around for a while. Why don't I check back a little bit later, huh?
Angie: Thank you.
Jesse: You shouldn't have sprung that on him like that. You knew how he would react.
Angie: Well, someone had to because Frankie is being so damn stubborn, so insistent on not trying everything possible. I mean, like -- like he deserves to suffer more than he needs to.
Jesse: What that boy needs right now is to be able to process this. You push him too hard right now, you're just going to push him away for a long, long time.
DA North: Hubbard. I told you. We need to talk.
Randi: You know, this is getting really old.
Frankie: She ambushed me.
Randi: Ambush? Why do you keep acting like everyone is your enemy? Your mother just wanted to help. You need to stop being so angry. Please, start dreaming with me again.
Frankie: Look. I am dealing with this the way I need to deal with it. Not the way my parents want, and not the way you want.
Randi: If you just want to have those bandages changed every day, I'm fine. I won't love you any less. I know you're scared.
Frankie: I am not scared.
Randi: So have some hope then. Give this guy a shot. Maybe he is some kind of miracle worker, maybe he isn't, maybe only 5% of his patients turn out better than when they first went in, but you're only going to know if you try. Either way, I'm not leaving you. Look, Frankie, you said it yourself. You're a doctor. You speak his language. Why not just listen to what the guy has to say? Not for your sake, for ours.
Woman [on TV]: The district attorney refused to take the death penalty option off the table in the state's case against Kendall Slater saying that, although Stuart Chandler was not the intended victim, the crime was premeditated and ruthless.
Jack: Hi, I came by to get you to sign some papers and was hoping you weren't watching television.
Zach: What's going on here? He's just out to railroad Kendall?
Jack: Yes, he is.
Zach: Doesn't matter what the evidence is?
Kendall: He's using me. The -- the fame, the press, it's his ticket to a higher office.
Jack: He thinks so. It's going to blow up in his face. Believe me. No judge likes a grandstanding DA.
Zach: Yeah, I don't like it either. I'm going to make sure he knows that.
Jack: That'd be a mistake, Zach. That's just what he wants you to do, come after him in a public place with news cameras all around. And with this guy, there's news cameras around 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Don't help him make Kendall look more guilty by blowing your cool and going after him.
Kendall: Jack's right. We need to be really, really careful with this. Okay. We're on the way to a doctor's appointment, so do you need me to sign something?
Jack: Yeah. Right here, if you would. Zach, please don't play into this guy's hand.
J.R.: Ever since Little Adam found out who you were, he hasn't stopped begging me to ask you to come play with him.
Marissa: Well, I'm flattered.
J.R.: He's still dealing with the loss of his mom.
Marissa: Of course, he is. You all are.
J.R.: Anyway, I -- I didn't mean for my text to sound urgent, so if this is a bad time --
Little Adam: Marissa.
Marissa: Too late. Hi, Little A. How are you doing?
Little Adam: Did you come to play?
Marissa: Oh, you bet.
J.R.: Are you sure that it's ok?
Marissa: Yeah, I think it's a great idea. So, what do you want to go play?
Little Adam: Come outside.
Liza: So you are certain that since your separation that Annie has posed a continual threat to Emma?
Liza: So, tell me then. During that time, did Annie ever see Emma or did you allow her to talk to her on the phone?
Ryan: With strict supervision, yes.
Liza: But still, if she is the danger that you claim that she is, why even let her anywhere near your daughter?
Ryan: Because she's her mother.
Liza: So either you really don't believe that Annie is the insane threat you say she is, or you're a grossly negligent father for allowing her to be that close to your daughter. Which is it, Mr. Lavery?
Attorney: Your honor --
Liza: Withdrawn. You also make the accusation that Annie was attempting to kidnap your daughter from the Chandler Mansion the night that Stuart Chandler was murdered.
Ryan: Yes, that's correct.
Liza: Are you aware that the police investigation has determined that Annie did not leave the house before the gunshot was heard?
Ryan: The reason that she was there in the first place was to take Emma.
Liza: Oh, you don't believe that she was acting as any loving, concerned parent would, get her child out of harm's way?
Ryan: No, I don't. She was there to take Emma. If anything, the murder of Stuart Chandler only delayed her getaway.
Liza: Of course, that is just your opinion, isn't it, Mr. Lavery? No further questions. I would like to call Adam Chandler to the stand.
Adam: She was like an angel from heaven. I was still suffering from some drugs that had been given me, and I was a little -- little confused and frightened. And so Annie took her daughter and me to the attic to -- to a safe place until we could be sure that the gunfire was over and then we could get out of the house in one piece.
Liza: So how would you describe her thinking and behavior during this time?
Adam: Oh, it was very clear-headed and very protective of her -- of her daughter. She, um, was very loving. She didn't want her little girl to get scared.
Liza: So there was nothing odd about her at this time?
Adam: Oh, no, quite the contrary. There was a murderer loose in my house trying to kill me. She kept her cool while I was half mad with fear.
Liza: So are you saying that Annie Lavery actually saved your life this night?
Adam: Oh, without a doubt.
Ryan: I do not understand why he's doing this.
Erica: I don't know, but something's going on. He seems really determined to make sure that she goes to trial.
Ryan: And where she can get off on temporary insanity.
Aidan: Listen. Annie needs help, not a trial.
Erica: I think we all agree that Annie needs to be locked up. I vote for good.
Liza: Uh, your honor, if I may?
Judge: Ms. Colby?
Liza: I'm sure you have read the report on the cruel and unusual punishment that my client was subjected to during her last stay at Oak Haven by her previous doctor, Dr. Sinclair?
Judge: I'm aware of the circumstances, counselor, but the doctor in question is no longer at the facility.
Liza: Yes, but her absence does not remove the trauma that my client experienced. Any evaluation held at that facility would be tainted by the -- the memory of the torture that my client experienced while at Oak Haven.
Judge: What is your suggestion?
Liza: That she be ROR'd.
Attorney: Your honor, the idea that this woman be released on her own recognizance is ridiculous. The defendant is accused of murder, attempted murder, kidnapping, and numerous other violent and non-violent felonies. If counsel for the defense doesn't want her back at Oak Haven, then she should be remanded back to the county jail.
Liza: Uh, my client was also viciously stabbed and attacked during her last visit in jail. Any evaluation held there would be no more fair to her than if it was held at Oak Haven.
Judge: I'm inclined to agree with the defense on this.
Ryan: Are you kidding me? What about my daughter, your honor?
Erica: Your honor, you can't do this. Annie Lavery viciously attacked me as well. She stabbed me.
Judge: The next outburst and you will be in contempt. Am I clear?
Judge: ROR is out of the question. There's no way I'm allowing her out without bail and a monitoring device, and the defendant has no home. If I were to grant bail, where would your client reside during the evaluation?
Adam: She can stay with me, your honor. I'd be happy to put up whatever bail the court requires.
Judge: Bail in the amount of $1 million is hereby granted for the defendant under the following conditions. An anklet monitoring device shall be affixed to the defendant. She will not be allowed to leave the premises of the Chandler household. And there is one other condition. Mr. Chandler, I understand your grandson resides with you.
Adam: Yes, he lives there with my son.
Judge: Well, that's not acceptable. There will be no minors living at the residence during the time of the defendant's evaluation period. If you can't accept this condition, then bail will be refused and the defendant will be remanded to Oak Haven for the evaluation period. I'll leave you to work this out with Mr. Chandler and Ms. Colby. Court is adjourned.
Annie: Well, thank you for trying. You were wonderful, but somehow I don't think Adam is going to choose me over his grandson.
Erica: Well, you may be a homicidal maniac, but you're not as dumb as you look.
Liza: Erica, leave her alone.
Erica: You'll be back where you belong, and I believe for a very, very long time.
Annie: Thank God for you and Adam. You're my last two supporters in this town.
Ryan: I cannot believe this is happening. Do you think Adam's got this judge in his pocket?
Erica: No, no. He doesn't have the power or the cash these days. No, that was all Liza just being her typical manipulative self.
Ryan: She was pretty good in there today, I've got to say.
Erica: Yeah, I hate to admit it, but she was a lot better in the courtroom than I ever thought she would be.
Ryan: Adam is doing everything in his power to get Annie declared competent for trial.
Erica: But there is no way in hell that Adam's going to push out J.R. and his little grandson from the mansion just so that Hannibal Lector's little sister can move in.
Ryan: I don't know, Erica. Adam hasn't exactly been acting rationally since the murder.
Erica: Trust me. This is definitely going to work out to be a win for you. Annie's going to be back at Oak Haven by tomorrow. In fact, I'm going to let you buy me a celebratory drink ahead of time.
DA North: I'm starting to wonder if you're a team player here.
Jesse: What are you talking about?
DA North: We have an indictment, and you're out there wasting time on other suspects.
Jesse: My job is to uncover all possible evidence, leave no stone unturned with no personal agendas.
DA North: Your job is to stay focused on getting what I need to convict the guilty party.
Jesse: If I don't run down every possible lead, the defense will use that against you in a courtroom.
DA North: Oh, stay out of the courtroom battle planning, Hubbard. Let me worry about what the defense may or may not do.
Jesse: Fair enough. Then you stay out of my investigation.
DA North: Dig harder. Uncover more evidence against Kendall Slater. We don't have enough now by half. That's all you should be concerned with.
[Kendall walks by holding Ian]
Marissa: Kid's got game. He's really good at this thing.
J.R.: Yeah, I know. He beats me more than I beat him.
J.R.: So, what's the word on Krystal?
Marissa: She had a good night. She slept well. It looks like the concussion was minor.
J.R.: And you? It was a tough night last night.
Marissa: I'm good. You helped a lot. I don't know if I thanked you or not.
J.R.: Oh, you did. Just glad I could help.
Marissa: Let's see. Is it my turn? Where should I put this? Right here? Right here? Oh, no. Crashed it.
J.R.: Want to do it again? Want to beat her again? Yeah? You're a glutton for punishment.
Adam: We need to talk.
DA North: What an adorable baby. It's a shame he'll be growing up without a mother.
Jesse: Wait a minute. Ease up.
Kendall: You think a judge would look kindly on you harassing me like this?
DA North: This isn't personal, Mrs. Slater. I'm just doing my job. Don't you ever lose that fire in your eyes. It'll play great on the six o'clock news.
Kendall: So will your loss at my trial.
DA North: Oh, don't worry about that. I'm not. And don't worry about your son either. I'm sure Zach will take great care of him if he survives the investigation I'm launching into that casino of his.
Zach: Why don't you move back from my wife a little bit?
DA North: Or what? You have one of your boys kneecap me?
Zach: My boys? I wouldn't need anyone to take care of a lightweight weasel like you.
DA North: Is that a threat?
Jesse: Wait a minute. Whoa, whoa. Come here, come here, come here.
Zach: What's up?
Jesse: Come here, guys.
Jesse: It's absolutely right for you to want to bitch-slap this guy right now, but that's exactly what he's going for so don't give it to him, all right? Things may not be as desperate as you think.
Zach: So you're saying he doesn't have a slam dunk?
Jesse: Ask Jackson. He's got all the discovery.
Zach: Why does he want you?
Jesse: It would be unprofessional of me to discuss that with you.
Zach: Come on.
P.A.: Michael Crawford, 340. Michael Crawford, please call 340. Blue team to ICU, please. Blue team, ICU.
DA North: What was that about?
Jesse: I just told them I would throw them both in jail if they continued with these threats.
Ryan: I'm telling you, Erica. Liza and Adam have teed this up perfectly. Annie gets declared sane and then Adam uses whatever influence he has to get her off on temporary insanity and then she goes after Emma.
Erica: Oh, no. It's -- it's not going to work out like that. After all Adam's done to keep that little grandson of his under his roof, there's no way that he's going to just kick him out ever, and besides, David Hayward is on the prowl.
Ryan: You seem awfully sure of yourself.
Erica: Do you doubt me? Why don't you just watch what happens when we go to our table?
Man: Miss Kane?
Man: Your table's ready. Right this way.
Erica: Thank you.
Man: You're looking gorgeous tonight.
Erica: Oh, thank you.
Man: Here you are.
Erica: Thank you very much. So, how many people turned and stared?
Ryan: Like the entire place.
Erica: There. You see? I haven't lost my touch, and I'm just as certain about Adam. I just know that everything is going to work out. I know Adam better than anyone.
Marissa: Isn't the sun pretty when it goes down? You live in such a beautiful home. All this space to play, you must really love it here.
Little Adam: It's been scary around here ever since Mom and Uncle Stuart went to heaven.
Marissa: I'm sorry. You must miss them both very much, especially your mom. What's that?
Little Adam: It's Mommy's magic shell. She gave it to me to keep me safe.
Marissa: And does it?
Little Adam: When the night the tornado came and Uncle Stuart died. I think Mommy's inside it so she could always be with me.
J.R.: You're kicking me and my son out of here?
Adam: No. No, of course not. We're asking you to relocate for a short time.
J.R.: So Annie can move in here under house arrest?
Adam: I didn't like it either. The court requires it.
J.R.: The court? The court didn't insist on that nutcase moving in here. That was your idea.
Adam: It's temporary. A few short weeks is all. Just -- just until she finishes her evaluation.
J.R.: What is she doing to you? No, no, wait. I get it. Is this -- this some life crisis thing where the young, sexy psycho is making you feel all young and virile again?
Adam: Come on. Get your mind out of the gutter. The woman saved my life. I'm trying to do a favor and ask you to come along with me.
J.R.: What if I don't want to?
Adam: Well, perhaps it's time I remind you that this is my house.
J.R.: Yeah, and you're back to your old self again.
Adam: Yes, I am. And now that David Hayward's poison is out of my system, oh yes, I am.
J.R.: Well, so much for your promise to Uncle Stuart. That's fine. I'll leave with my son, but don't expect us to come running back at the snap of your fingers.
[Cell phone rings]
Adam: Yeah, it's me. Tell the judge that Annie will be staying here.
Liza: Are you telling me that J.R. is going to be ok with taking Little Adam and moving out?
Adam: Just send her over as soon as you can process her out.
Marissa: You all right?
J.R.: Hey, pal.
Little Adam: Hey.
J.R.: How about you get your stuffed animals and things together? We're going to go on an adventure.
Little Adam: Yay.
J.R.: Yay is right. I think we're going to need to stay at the Yacht Club for a few nights.
Little Adam: Yay.
Marissa: What's going on?
J.R.: My son and I just got kicked out of the house.
Little Adam: We're going on a great adventure.
Adam: Oh, wow.
Annie: Is it true? I don't have to go back to Oak Haven? I can move in with Adam?
Liza: Yes, it is, but are you sure you know what you're getting into? I mean, I know what it's like to live at that house.
Annie: So do I. I was actually Babe's house guest for a little while.
Liza: Ok. Now, this evaluation is going to be crucial for you. You need to be cool, calm, and collected in every session. That's not exactly how I would describe the house that Adam Chandler built.
Annie: Well, Adam's been so good to me. I -- I can't think of any other place I'd rather be right now. All that's missing is Emma.
Erica: Ryan, you have done all you possibly can to keep Emma safe.
Ryan: I've also done some things wrong, and I just keep thinking about how much I might be responsible for what's happened.
Erica: Ryan, Annie is a deeply disturbed woman. She was like that long before you ever came into the picture. All you've done is -- is you've tried to protect your little girl.
Ryan: I've added to her problems, Erica. I have. I tried to make things work, you know, for Emma's sake.
Erica: You wanted to have a family for your daughter. I mean, there's nothing wrong with that.
Ryan: I guess not. I can't exactly un-ring that bell anyway right now, so I'm just going to focus on protecting Emma. I still don't understand what the hell Adam's up to.
Erica: Well, he keeps on saying it's because Annie saved his life, but I know there's more to that. I know it, and there has to be. I just don't know what it is.
Ryan: Help me find out?
Erica: If you'll dance with me. Come on. You know you know how.
Ryan: I think I'm getting the better part of this deal.
Singer: It's you and me and the stars and the sound of two beating hearts I close my eyes and it starts the music on my skin where you're touchin' me
[Jackson appears and stares at Erica]
Dr. Wexler: The doctors in Germany did a great job, but I can tell from the MRI there's a lot of nerve damage and tissue loss. I think I can help a lot. I'm not going to blow smoke here, Frankie. I -- I don't see you ever performing the kind of surgery I'd like to perform on you, and the microsurgery we're talking about here can require a lot of rehab, but I think I can help you get significant movement back in both hands.
Jesse: Just let me do my job, and we'll get along fine, ok? I mean, I'm sure neither one of us want to be surprised --
Randi: Jesse, Jesse. Wait until you hear -- um, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt anything.
Jesse: It's ok. What's up?
Randi: Nothing, nothing. Um, just get back to us when you're free.
Singer: And you're just like me we've been too blind to see
Jack: I hate to break this up. Hello, Erica and Ryan. Who knew you could dance? You guys looked pretty slick out there.
Erica: I taught him everything he knows.
Ryan: It's true. She did.
Jack: Either of you two seen Kendall? I can't seem to find her anywhere.
Erica: No. Is everything all right?
Jack: Yeah, yeah. Everything's fine. I just need to, uh, get her to sign some papers, that's all. I'll catch up with her tomorrow. It's ok.
Ryan: Do you want to join us for dinner?
Jack: That's very kind of you. Actually, I have a lot of work to do, and I just ordered something to go.
Erica: Jack, Kendall's going to be all right, isn't she?
Jack: I'm doing my best to make sure she is. She's innocent. I'm sure of that. So, that's on our side. I'll see you two later.
Singer: I feel my heart it's in your hands and I don't know what to say
Erica: I don't believe it.
Adam: How does it feel?
Annie: It's marvelous, magical. Is that night blooming jasmine?
Adam: Yes, yes.
Annie: How do you get it to grow this far north?
Adam: Oh, we have a greenhouse. We trot out the bushes when the weather starts getting warmer.
Adam: I love the smell of it. Do you like it?
Annie: It's intoxicating.
Adam: Uh-huh. Good. Welcome home. I hope you'll be happy here.
Annie: Thank you for everything.
[Liza watches as Annie kisses Adam on the cheek]
Kendall: God, the hate in his eyes.
Zach: That wasn't hate, Kendall. That was ambition.
Kendall: What Jesse hinted at should be making me feel better, but it's not. I -- I can't get that man's face out of my head.
Zach: We can remedy that. We'll take care of him ourselves.
Frankie: Did Randi give you guys the news?
Frankie: I'm going to try Wexler's surgery.
Angie: Thank God. Sweetheart, you are not going to regret it.
Frankie: Yeah, well, I'm doing it for Randi as much as for myself. She had every right to run away, but she sacrificed so much for me. I don't want to disappoint her.
DA North: It's been a long time, Randi. I've never stopped thinking of you.
[Henry stops the elevator and kisses Randi]
Zach: The man seems to have a successful marriage, wife from a blue-blooded family, moves in all the right circles, right charities. It's exactly what a rising politician should be doing.
Kendall: Well, it doesn't sound like we'll find much on him then.
Zach: We've got to dig deeper.
Kendall: All people have their weaknesses. Inside all of us, there's -- there's something that can take us from all-powerful to vulnerable in the blink of an eye.
Zach: Well, I will go and find his weakness. But first, I'll put Spike to bed.
Marissa: Little boy's room run. We'll be right back. Come on.
Erica: J.R., what are you doing here?
J.R.: Well, it looks like we're going to be neighbors. Little Adam and I just got bounced out of the mansion.
Liza: You really threw me for a loop there today when you offered up this place for Annie to live in. I'm sure J.R. wasn't very happy about that.
Adam: It's temporary. He'll get over it.
Liza: You traded your grandson for Annie. Why?
Adam: Oh, don't be ridiculous. It's for a very short period of time. And as to why? You know why. Because she'll have a much better chance of being declared competent for trial. Then we go for the acquittal.
Liza: No, that is not the whole truth. What is the real reason?
Adam: Asked and answered, counselor. Don't go for anymore than I've already explained. Then don't let me down.
Liza: Why would I let you down? I'm still getting something out of this, right? You're going to hold up your end of the bargain about Colby?
Colby: What bargain?
Aidan: You're playing it beautifully.
[Aidan grabs Annie and kisses her]
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