All My Children Transcript Monday 7/20/09
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J.R.: So, you love Annie.
Adam: I do, yes.
J.R.: Hmm. And you think that she loves you?
Adam: I know she does.
J.R.: Hmm. Man, I need, a drink.
Adam: [Chuckles] Any excuse to dive back into a bottle. Is that it?
J.R.: Just because I said I need a drink does not mean that I'm going to take a drink.
Adam: Well, that doesn't mean I believe you. You have a distinct deficit of self-control.
J.R.: You're the one reaching for a lunatic killer -- and you're talking love?
Adam: I wouldn't expect you to understand.
J.R.: I'm worried, Dad.
Adam: Hmm. Worried? Where was all the worry the night my brother was killed? Hmm? Oh, that's right. Of course. You were busy sucking down a bottle of scotch, and so you didn't have time to be concerned about anything else, including your own son. And now that you're talking about Annie, she puts her child first.
Emma: I saw who shot Little A's uncle.
Annie: Ok, um, Emma, sweetheart, you have to promise me that you will never tell anyone what you saw that night, ok? Do you understand?
Emma: But I already told Daddy.
Annie: You did?
Emma: I told him Kendall did it.
Annie: You -- you saw Kendall with the gun?
Emma: She shot Stuart. Mommy, am I in trouble?
Annie: No. No, my sweetheart. You've done nothing wrong.
[Knocking on door]
Annie: Ok. Sweetie, Mommy loves you so much. Mommy loves you so much. Daddy cannot know that I was here, ok? This is a cell phone for emergencies. I'm gonna hide it in here. Ok. I love you. I love you so much. Mommy's gonna make sure everything works out the way it's supposed to. Ok? I love you.
[Knocking on door]
Ryan: Emma, please open the door. Emma, come on. I need you to open the door, ok, honey? [Sigh] You're ok. Oh, thank God you're ok. What's going on? Why'd you lock the door? Hey. I need you to tell me something, ok? I need you to be honest with me. Was your mom here? It's really important that you answer, ok? Was she here?
Kendall: Just please, please promise me that you'll keep on Annie, and you'll keep on her--
Zach: Kendall, don't do this.
Kendall: Until she admits to killing Stuart.
[Knocking on door]
Kendall: I already did.
Zach: You did what? You called the D.A.'s office? Kendall.
Liza: Good. You're both here. We have a problem.
Zach: Yeah, I think we got a problem.
Liza: So, Ryan just told me that he caught Emma calling Annie, so I went over to Adam's to do a little control, and he wouldn't let me in. Practically soft-shoed me out the door. And I think it's because -- well, Annie wasn't there.
Zach: How can that be? She got out of her little ankle monitor?
Liza: Yeah, and I think she might be headed this way.
Kendall: Good. Then she'll be here just in time to see me get arrested.
Liza: I'm sorry, what are you talking about?
Kendall: I'm ready to confess.
[Pop music playing at ConFusion]
Marissa: You didn't have to do this.
David: Oh, come on. I almost cost you your job with Liza. The least I can do is offer you a celebratory dinner.
Marissa: Thank you for talking to Liza. Letting her know you're over the whole baby thing.
David: Well, my "baby" is right here. And I meant what I said. From now on, all of my energy goes into making this family work.
Marissa: Good. You can start by calling Krystal.
David: Why would I do that?
Marissa: I know that it's a total cliché, but you know how it is -- every kid wants their parents to end up together, no matter how messed up they are.
Ryan: Was your mother here? Was she the one who locked the door?
Emma: I locked it.
Emma: I had a scary dream.
Ryan: Ok. Well, I'm sorry that you had a scary dream, ok? I really am. But please, please don't lock the door, ok? And you've got nothing to be afraid of. I promise from now on I'm gonna keep you safe, and I'm gonna protect you. Ok? [Sigh] Let's get you tucked in. Come on. Oh, my goodness. I'll tell you what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna leave the door a little bit open so that if you wake up, I'm gonna hear you, and I'll be right up in 2 seconds, ok? Is that a good idea? Get all tucked in there. I'm gonna get Champ. He's gonna stay right here. He's gonna protect you, ok? I love you.
Erica: Good night, Emma.
Emma: Good night.
Annie's voice: Mommy's gonna make sure everything works out the way it's supposed to.
J.R.: I always put Little Adam first.
Adam: Unless he gets between you and a fifth of single malt, which would put him about... Sixth. [Chuckles]
J.R.: I do everything for my son.
Adam: I have made a point all of my life to provide everything my children could possibly need, and I'm gonna do this one for myself, just me, and it's gonna feel great. So, there's the door. Why don't you take it before things get uncomfortable?
J.R.: This is still my home.
Adam: All right. Buddy, don't say I didn't warn you.
J.R.: What the hell is that?
Adam: What is that? That's it, man. Your old man's still got it. [Singing indistinctly] Ha-ha--oh! I'm lovin' it.
Annie: [Sigh] Damn it. Thank God you're here. You have to help me.
Kendall: North put a deal on the table a while back. I plead guilty, I get a reduced sentence. At the time, I refused, but now I think it's a good idea.
Zach: You refused because you're innocent.
Liza: Look, Emma as a witness, it's not good, but that's no reason to take this deal. We have every reason to believe that Emma is lying to protect Annie.
Kendall: Right, but what will the jury think when that sweet little girl gets on the stand and says that she saw me kill Stuart? They will take one look at her big, blue eyes and see exactly what Emma thinks that she saw -- a killer.
Liza: Look, Kendall, I'm in touch with the psychiatrist that North contacted about Emma. I can work this. I can bring in the fact -- and it is a fact -- insanity--it's hereditary.
Kendall: No, no. I will not subject a little girl to that.
Liza: Not even for your own sons? Look, I can also work this Annie angle. She manipulated Emma into believing that she saw you shoot Stuart when in fact, Annie shot Stuart.
Zach: There's another option. We'll have Ryan take Emma out of town until we find the truth.
Liza: It might be too late for that. Listen, Kendall, I am willing to fight for you, and I will go to the wall, but look, ultimately, this is your decision. If you really think that this plea is your best option --
Zach: Hey, Liza, I hired you to keep her out of prison, not put her in.
Kendall: No, I think it's a good idea. This will buy us time. Annie's guard will be down and then maybe she'll actually admit that she killed Stuart.
Zach: And if she won't?
Kendall: You'll make it happen. I need you with me on this, Zach.
Zach: Our boys need their mother.
Kendall: And they'll have me. I may be away for a while, but at least I'll have a future with our sons, and that's the most important thing to me -- having a future with my kids. That's why this is our only option.
Ryan: Emma is so scared, and she's so confused.
Erica: Yes, of course, she is. And Annie is preying on that. I mean, Ryan, you know very well that it was Annie who was in that room with Emma and got her to lie for her. It's not the first time that Annie has convinced Emma to keep secrets for her, is it? And if you hadn't gone up there when you did, I think Annie might have taken Emma and disappeared.
Ryan: Well, I will never let Annie get anywhere near Emma again.
Erica: I know you mean that. And, Ryan, if you want to protect Emma from Annie, we have to leave tonight.
Annie: I was just so sick of being cooped up in the house. And today was such a wonderful afternoon, the fresh air, and then this evening, the sound of the crickets. I just wanted to be outside. Go for a walk in the garden.
Scott: Well, that's hardly a criminal offense.
Annie: Well, the garden is out of my perimeter, so I took off my monitor.
Scott: Oh. That's a problem.
Annie: Yeah, I know, and now J.R. is in there, and if he finds my monitor, that's the perfect excuse to get me carted back off to prison. And what's worse is, he'll make it seem to Adam that I was trying to run, which I was not. I love Adam. I would never leave him. Please, you have to help me.
Scott: Annie, I don't know what I can do. If you took off your monitor, I'm surprised the cops aren't here already.
Annie: Well, I jammed it, actually. A friend gave me a kit. But you see? You see, if I wanted to run -- if I really, really wanted to run and not come back, I would've done it already. But what I want is to be here with Adam. But if he knows about this -- please, can you just somehow help me get that thing back on my ankle? And then nobody will ever have to know. Unless, of course, you tell them.
Scott: Why would I do that?
Annie: Well, it's no secret that J.R. hates me.
Scott: It's a good thing I make my own decisions, isn't it?
J.R.: You pride yourself on being so smart. [Turns off music] Master of the universe. No one crosses you, no one beats you. But if you don't open your eyes, you're gonna wake up one morning lonely, broken, and humiliated. Beaten by a hot mess who knew what to wave in your face so she could get what she wanted.
Adam: Get out.
J.R.: What's the matter? Truth hurt?
Adam: Get out now, or I call security.
J.R.: Don't bother. I certainly know where your children rank. Thank you for clearing that up.
Adam: What the devil is going on here?
Liza: So, in return for a guilty plea, North offered my client a 10-year sentence, with possible parole after 5.
Willis: People get more than 5 for stealing cars. Your client killed someone.
Zach: No, she didn't kill anyone.
Willis: Then why does she want to take the deal?
Liza: Because Mrs. Slater -- she wants this whole thing behind her. She doesn't want to drag her family through the embarrassment of an extended trial.
Willis: North believed he had a solid case.
Liza: Come on, Willis. It's all circumstantial. I mean, you're gonna be wasting the taxpayers' money, you're gonna be wasting the court's time. Do you really want your first big case to end in a humiliating loss? Save yourself the embarrassment. Come on, take the deal.
Willis: I'll have the paperwork drawn up.
Liza: Thank you.
Kendall: So, what happens now?
Liza: Oh, well, we go to his office in the morning. We sign some documents. There's a short hearing to make it official. And then they take you off to the state penitentiary.
Kendall: So, this is it. This is my last night at home.
Liza: Listen, I'll see you in the morning.
Erica: Kendall, what happened?
Kendall: It's over, Mom. It's really over.
David: A few weeks ago, you weren't exactly the cheerleader when you caught me and your mother kissing. What's going on?
Marissa: Well, that was before I got you.
David: Oh, ok. You get me now?
Marissa: Yes. So get with the program.
David: All right, look. I appreciate your enthusiasm, but the reality is, there's no future for me and Krystal. There's been too many mistakes and too much hurt from me, ok?
Marissa: She still loves you. I can see it in her face.
David: Krystal told me that if I loved her, I would let her go. And I'm gonna honor that. Now, for too long, I have dragged her through all my obsessions and hatred and poison. I feel like I owe her that peace, which she has defined as a life without me.
Marissa: So it's been rocky, but she's forgiven you.
David: Well, maybe I haven't forgiven myself. Look, I meant what I said. I can work really hard to make this family work, and I will always be there for Krystal, if she ever needs me, just as I will always be there for you.
Marissa: But I want you to be happy.
David: Krystal gave me two amazing daughters. With you in my life, how can I not be happy?
Marissa: Not that kind of happy. In love. Butterflies-in-the-stomach happy. Tell me you're not giving up on love.
David: Never say never.
Erica: Of course, things look bleak right now, but they're gonna look so much better in the morning. Ryan is gonna take Emma away so she won't have to testify against you. We're leaving town tonight.
Kendall: You won't have to leave.
Ryan: Annie got to Emma tonight. Getting Emma out of town is the only way to protect her. Protect her from Annie, protect her from whatever would happen up on that stand.
Kendall: Emma won't have to testify. I took the plea bargain.
Erica: Kendall, no --
Kendall: Mom, it's the only way.
Erica: But you're innocent.
Kendall: I understand that, but there is a pile of circumstantial evidence against me, and a little girl who swears that she saw me shoot Stuart.
Erica: No. Emma is afraid, and she's confused. Annie is making her say that.
Kendall: I will not risk the possibility that I can get a sentence worse than prison.
Erica: No, there has to be another way. We'll prove that Annie is the one who murdered Stuart.
Kendall: Yes, you will have plenty of time for that.
Ryan: While you're behind bars?
Erica: Listen to me, this is unacceptable. You have to call Mr. Willis. You have to tell him that you've changed your mind.
Kendall: And risk being convicted? No, Mom. Five to ten years, it sounds a hell of a lot better than getting life. And life without my boys might as well be the death penalty. I need to go. I need to go be with them right now.
Erica: No, Kendall, wait -- well, you can't be all right with this.
Zach: I talked to her. She wouldn't listen.
Ryan: Make her listen.
Erica: Ok, I'll talk to her.
Ryan: I don't understand how you could let this happen.
Zach: I didn't let anything happen.
Ryan: It's gonna kill her. Five to ten years of talking to her kids on weekends through, like, a plastic shield. Why would she do this? Why would she sacrifice everything? Who would do that? You would. You were willing to go to prison for the rest of your life for Kendall. Is that where she got the idea?
Scott: I found Annie out on the terrace. She twisted her ankle.
Annie: Thank you for helping me back inside.
Adam: Yes, Scott, thank you. Are you all right?
Annie: I'm much better now.
Scott: Well, I should get going. I left some reports at Chandler.
Annie: Thank you again.
Adam: You look very pleased with yourself.
Annie: I am.
Adam: The twisted ankle. What was that about? Really?
Annie: It was a test. And Scott passed with flying colors. I told him about the monitor. He could've told J.R., but he didn't. Instead, he helped -- tried to help me put it back on. I think Scott's on our side, Adam.
Adam: Yes. He's an idealist. He still trusts the truth.
Annie: Well, he lied to protect me, so -- and I really don't think he'll tell J.R. about my little adventure.
Adam: I hope you're right.
Annie: In the meantime, I think we should put this little puppy back on before J.R. comes back in and tells me what a horrible human being I am.
Adam: I wish I didn't have to do this.
Annie: I know. It won't be for that much longer. Thank you for trusting me enough to go see Emma.
Adam: Yes. How is she? What was so urgent?
Annie: Adam...Emma saw who killed your brother.
David: A pleasure.
[Pop music playing]
Marissa: So, what's up? Something with the case?
Liza: Yes. Kendall is taking the plea bargain.
Marissa: What? But you were sure that she didn't kill Stuart. Why would she volunteer to go to prison if she's innocent?
Liza: Listen, something you're gonna learn early in your career is that "innocent," it's not always enough. And too bad you didn't get an opportunity to see that trial. You know, that one would've really been good on your résumé.
Marissa: Does this have anything to do with your theory that Emma Lavery may have been a witness?
Liza: It doesn't matter. Listen, the other thing you're gonna learn is, if our client wants to make a deal, it's our job to make sure that we get them one.
Zach: Kendall's not taking the deal because of anything I did or didn't do. Kendall's taking the deal because she's focused on one thing, and one thing only. She wants to spend as little time away from her boys as possible.
Ryan: Five to ten years? This is insane. I mean, you know her. She's so emotional. She's so caught up in following her heart, she's not listening to the voice that's gotta be inside her head telling her that this is the worst idea that she could possibly have. Be that voice. You tell her.
Zach: You don't think I tried talking to her?
Ryan: Tell her that your confession for a crime that you didn't commit was the worst thing that you could've done. Tell her that if it came up again, you would never have done it.
Zach: That would be a lie, Ryan.
Ryan: Well, I guess when you love somebody as much as you love Kendall, you would sacrifice anything, right?
Kendall: This little guy has missed out on a lot of Mom time. I know, I know. How do we make up for all the time that he missed? How do I make up for all the time that -- that I could be away?
Erica: Well, don't.
Spike: [Speaking baby talk]
Kendall: Love her.
Erica: You haven't signed anything? Nobody has to know. You're free to change your mind. Hi, sweetheart.
Kendall: Mama, what will that do? I mean, what -- that'll just give me a few weeks. It's not nearly enough time to fill his precious head with memories that last a lifetime.
Erica: You don't think that 5 years away is gonna seem like a lifetime? [Kiss]
Spike: [Speaking baby talk]
Kendall: Mom... I could get the death penalty.
Kendall: Ok? So, I mean, at least by doing this, I have some sort of control, you know? I'll live. I'll have a future with my sons. I mean, I know -- I know, baby. I know -- your tiger. Gonna get your tiger.
Erica: It's ok, sweetheart.
Kendall: I mean, I know it'll be a while, but at least I'll be able to come home and I'll have birthdays and holidays and maybe go see hockey games. And that's all that matters to me -- is just coming home to my family.
Scott: What are you doing here?
J.R.: I'm making sure that Annie doesn't get her hands on our company. I'm drafting a new bylaw that prohibits anyone from gaining access to shares or voting rights.
Scott: Isn't that a little extreme?
J.R.: My dad's dancing around the house, crushing on a woman who stabs, steals, and tire irons people to death. Someone needs to look out for this family's best interest.
Scott: Annie seems pretty rational these days.
J.R.: She's as crazy as they come. Scott, we're just getting Chandler back on track. I'm gonna make sure that that psycho doesn't steal it from us.
Scott: No. I don't think Annie's in it for the money. I think she really cares for Adam.
J.R.: That's because you believe the best about everyone. Annie's playing you, just like she's playing my dad. She thinks she's gonna sleep her way into my dad's heart. Well, she's not the first woman who tried to love my dad out of his money, but I'm gonna make damn sure it's the last.
Adam: I knew it. I knew Kendall killed Stuart.
Annie: Who are you calling?
Adam: The police.
Annie: No, you can't do that.
Adam: Kendall Slater wanted me dead. She killed my brother instead, by accident. I want her in jail, where she belongs.
Annie: Adam, Adam, Adam, you can't call the police. They'll start asking questions. Ok? And then they'll know that I was with Emma, that I ripped off my monitor, and then I will be sent to prison for violating my house arrest.
Adam: Kendall Slater killed my brother. She wanted me dead. Now, if we don't tell the authorities, she could get away, she could escape, she could go free. I don't think I can live with that.
Annie: You're right. You're right. What kind of mother would I be if I let my daughter grow up holding onto this horrible secret? I--[Sigh] I can't do that to her. Or to you.
Adam: What are you doing?
Annie: It's better for everyone if the truth comes out. No more secrets, no more lies.
Adam: Well, it would be better for everyone but you. I can't let you risk your freedom. What the hell are you doing?
Annie: Getting the ADA's undivided attention.
[Annie cuts off her ankle monitor]
David: My recommendation? Try the salmon.
Liza: What, did you raise your patient from the dead and you're back for more dessert?
David: No, I was hoping to catch Marissa again.
Liza: Well, she just-- she just left.
David: That's all right. I'll catch up with her later. Would you like some company?
Liza: Ha. Um, you know, I've been on my own so long, I'm used to eating alone.
David: Well, that's all right. Tonight, you don't have to.
Scott: Why is it so hard for you to believe that Annie might actually love Adam? Ok, he's not exactly warm and fuzzy, but he's got a good heart.
J.R.: You know, you really need to do something about that rose-colored half-full glass syndrome that you've got.
Scott: Adam funded my production company. He kept it afloat for years, even though it never made a dime.
J.R.: He needed the write-off.
Scott: Or he sees the potential in people and is willing to invest in them.
J.R.: The only potential that Annie has is to expand to mass murder, and I'm not gonna sit around until she wipes out my entire family.
Scott: She hasn't had an easy life, J.R.
J.R.: Who has, Scott?
Scott: [Scoffs] Her mother died when she was very young, and she has spent a lifetime trying to find that love again, trying to fit in. So maybe she goes a little overboard. Maybe she loves a little too hard and gets hurt a little too easily.
J.R.: She's the one doing the damage. Annie's like that siren on the rocks, and my dad's the drunken sailor just waiting to crash and burn.
Scott: No, no. Adam's smart. If Annie is working him, he'll see it.
J.R.: Well, he certainly hasn't seen it yet.
Adam: There's no need to overreact.
Willis: Where's Annie Lavery?
Annie: Ah. That was fast.
Willis: Cancel the APB. And have another ankle monitor sent out. What's this about?
Annie: You must be exhausted planning for Kendall's trial. Re-interviewing witnesses, going over evidence, structuring a prosecution --
Willis: Mrs. Lavery, I do not have time for games.
Annie: What if I could tell you that I could save you a lot of time and a lot of energy?
Willis: I'm listening.
Annie: What's your best offer?
Willis: Excuse me?
Annie: I have a competency hearing coming up. If the judge says I am fit to stand trial, I could go to jail for the rest of my life.
Annie: If you get those charges against me dropped, I can give you everything you need to convict Kendall Slater for murdering Stuart Chandler.
Erica: What are you gonna say to Emma?
Ryan: I don't know. I mean, what do you say to a 7-year-old? How do you tell her? Tell her that she didn't actually see what she thinks she saw, that the picture that's inside her head was put there by somebody else, most likely her own mother?
Erica: Well, you'll find the words. You're so good with her.
Ryan: I don't know. Lately, I feel like she's been pulling away a little bit.
Erica: Oh, no. Oh, Ryan, she loves you. No, she's just confused.
Ryan: What's really scary for me is that Annie was a perfectly normal, happy little girl just like Emma, until Richie messed with her mind, until Richie made her believe things that didn't actually happen. That's what nearly destroyed Annie and now she's doing the exact same thing to Emma. And I cannot let that happen.
David: So, does being alone get any easier?
Liza: Well, you know, when Colby left, I didn't know how to be alone. I just didn't know what to do with myself if I wasn't taking care of someone or helping her with her homework or picking up after her. But, you know, I got used to it. And for the first time in a really long time, I just focused on myself and, well, that's when I realized that I -- looked in the mirror one day and I said I just -- I don't like that woman that's looking back at me.
David: So you became a hotshot lawyer.
Liza: Well, listen, if I want Colby to make a difference in this world, then I need to set the same standards.
David: Save the world, save yourself. That's kind of the reason why I became a doctor. That and my spectacular talent.
David: I thought that if can save enough people, that maybe I could save myself.
Liza: You know, David, you saved my life once upon a time. You did. If you weren't there when Colby decided to go breech, well, then I wouldn't have had this opportunity to start over and do the right thing.
David: All this time alone has made you a very wise woman.
Liza: No, it's not -- it wasn't being alone. It was -- it was losing my child that made me realize all the mistakes that I made.
David: I'm sorry. Um, I'm sorry. I have to go.
Liza: Got another patient, huh?
David: Take care.
Liza: Thank you.
[R&B music playing]
Marissa: Hey. You got time for a break?
Marissa: Um, I -- I thought you should know that Kendall's taking a deal. She's pleading guilty to killing your dad in exchange for a lighter sentence.
J.R.: But Kendall didn't do it, Annie did.
Scott: Oh, enough with the Annie loop already.
J.R.: Why are you defending her? I thought you wanted justice for your dad.
Scott: Kendall pleading guilty-- I just got it.
J.R.: No, this isn't justice. It's a joke. And Annie gets away with murder, again.
Scott: Innocent people don't admit to crimes they didn't commit.
J.R.: Zach did.
Scott: That's because he was protecting Kendall. Who's Kendall protecting, Annie?
J.R.: Annie deserves to rot in prison.
Scott: You just want her gone so she's away from your father.
J.R.: At least I care enough about my father to do right by him.
Scott: Don't you ever, ever say I don't care.
Marissa: Ok, Scott, don't -- Scott.
Erica: Emma will be fine.
Ryan: How will she be fine? I mean, really, if you think -- Annie kidnapped her, she almost got her killed in a fire, and there was a period of time that she didn't even recognize her own daughter, and now she's convinced Emma that Kendall killed Stuart. I mean, how could I not be worried about my daughter's sanity?
Erica: Ryan, the biggest difference between Emma and Annie is you. Emma has a father who loves her more than anything in the world, and would do anything to protect her. With you in her life, how could Emma be anything but all right?
Willis: You killed a man. I can't make that go away.
Annie: That was self-defense. If I didn't kill my brother, he would have killed me.
Willis: Then your attorney should have no problem proving that in court.
Annie: I have been all over the tabloids this year, ok? There is no way they are gonna give "Crazy Annie" a fair trial.
Willis: So you want a deal?
Annie: If you give me a deal, we both get what we want. I go free and you put your killer away for life.
Adam: A major coup and a lock on the district attorney seat.
Willis: The evidence would have to be compelling -- overwhelming -- to get a conviction on Kendall Slater.
Adam: What could be more compelling than an eyewitness?
Annie: Do we have a deal?
Willis: All right. Who's the witness?
Annie: My daughter. She saw Kendall pull the trigger.
Willis: I appreciate you coming forward. A new ankle monitor will be sent out.
Annie: Wait. What -- excuse me. What about my deal?
Willis: You have your deal. But only after I get my conviction. Until Kendall Slater is convicted for first degree murder, nothing has changed.
Kendall: Promise you won't let them forget me.
Zach: Forget you? The boys? They'll never forget you. They're boys. Send you e-mails and paint pictures and videos, everything. Come on. We'll get it done. It's gonna be a little weird, but...never really been normal, huh?
Kendall: Thank you.
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