All My Children Transcript Tuesday 8/25/09
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Woman: Dr. Grantley, 2744. Dr. Grantley, 2744.
J.R.: Hi. Is Dr. Joe Martin in?
Nurse: Dr. Martin left for the day. Is there something that I can help you with?
J.R.: No, thanks. I'll just come back another time.
Angie: J.R. What happened? Are you all right?
J.R.: I'm fine. I -- I just got a little --
Angie: Can I get a wheelchair? Don't worry. We'll take care of you.
Tad: I cannot believe nurse Gayle ends up with a bar. In Gloucester, no less.
Jake: That's David's present to her for "coming clean," or I like to -- I like to call it "Thank you for saving my ass" present. That's really what it was. And Gloucester, Massachusetts? I can't believe we wasted our time going all the way up there.
Tad: Well, I'm sorry. I wish I had better news waiting for you at home, but...Hayward is still circling around Liza's baby, so I'm convinced he still thinks that Stuart's his.
Jake: Exactly, which should mean that he has no reason to want Trevor, right?
Amanda: Strangers. My baby's with strangers. I may never get him back.
Adam: What the devil are you doing here?
Annie: Isn't it obvious? He came to make sure I rot in prison.
Adam: Your honor, I want this ingrate removed immediately.
Ryan: I'm Emma's father and her legal guardian. Like we just spoke about, your honor, that gives me more than a vested interest in the outcome of this hearing.
Judge Robinson: Mr. Lavery can stay.
Judge Robinson: Take a seat, Mr. Chandler. I'm ready to begin. Now, we are assembled today to hear the competency hearing in the case of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania versus Annie Lavery. The goal is to determine whether the defendant is mentally competent to stand trial to the extent that she understands the nature and the consequences of the charges against her and cooperate with a lawyer in preparing her defense.
Spike: Mommy. Mom, come back to my room.
Liza: Why didn't you tell me you had Kendall stashed upstairs? That was a little flip. Didn't mean to be so insensitive, especially since Spike is obviously having a rough time right now.
Zach: Yeah, he is having a hard time. He's...he's created Kendall for himself. He's... has this playmate that he sings with and...talks with. I talked to the doctor, and they said it's normal, so...
Liza: Well, seems to be working. He's quiet as a mouse now, huh?
Zach: I'll go check on him.
Spike: That's not old grandma's house.
Kendall: Liza heard Spike, didn't she?
Zach: What do you think?
Kendall: What did you tell her?
Zach: What do you mean? How do you know Liza's here? We had an agreement.
Kendall: Can we not talk about this right now? Just tell me what happened.
Zach: I covered.
Kendall: All right, well, I turned off the monitor as quickly as I could. I know, baby. I know, I know.
Zach: Time for sleep, all right? Put your head down. Your brother's already asleep.
Kendall: Come on. Let's go to bed. Yeah. It's bedtime. Here you go.
Zach: Kendall, go back into your room, please. I'm gonna have this and then deal with Liza.
Kendall: Deal with her? Just tell her to get out.
Zach: I'll let you know when it's safe.
[Door opens and closes]
Liza: Is everything ok?
Zach: Yeah, no, it will be once I prove that Annie killed Stuart and Kendall's back home. Thanks with the loan and help with Adam.
Liza: Yeah. Listen, I could certainly stay if you'd like some company.
Zach: No, it's -- thank you. I gotta read a book to the boys.
Liza: Ok. I guess I'll see you tomorrow.
Zach: Mm-hmm. Good night.
Liza: Good night.
Zach: Did you get lost?
Kendall: I know what you and Liza are trying to pull. And I want it to stop now.
[Zach drags Kendall back to the secret room]
Judge Robinson: After the defendant's initial arrest, it was determined that she was incompetent to stand trial. She was then placed in a mental health facility, where she was to receive treatment and further evaluation. However, the doctor at Oak Haven, Dr. Sinclair, was found to be abusive and ultimately a danger to the defendant. Shortly after, she was to be transferred to another facility. During that transfer, she managed to escape but eventually turned herself in, at which point she was taken into custody, stabbed, and subsequently hospitalized. It's been quite a journey, hasn't it?
Judge Robinson: A hearing was then conducted and it was ordered that Ms. Lavery, now electronically monitored, be allowed to stay with Mr. Chandler while she underwent further evaluation by a court-appointed psychiatrist. And after a 6-week period, it was Dr. Nolan's opinion that the defendant was competent to stand trial. Now, I assume that the D.A. agrees with this report.
D.A. Willis: Yes, your honor.
Judge Robinson: Does the defense wish to present any witnesses?
Barry: Only the defendant herself, your honor.
Judge Robinson: I see. Ms. Lavery, you have heard what Dr. Nolan has to say, but I would like to ask you. Do you believe that you are competent to stand trial?
Marissa: Hey, J.R., it's Marissa. Where are you? I'm just starting to get worried, so call me. Let me know that you're ok.
Angie: Follow the light for me.
Woman: Dr. Roberts, 2744. Dr. Roberts...
Angie: All right. Now... a listen to your heart.
J.R.: I'm surprised you haven't asked. Don't you want to know if I've been drinking?
Angie: Have you?
J.R.: Not since Uncle Stuart's murder.
Angie: So these dizzy spells, did they just start?
J.R.: I've been feeling pretty crappy for a while. But they come and go.
Angie: Are you eating? Sleeping?
J.R.: Not much. I suppose that's probably why I passed out, right?
Angie: Maybe. But I know that you've been under a lot of stress.
J.R.: Well, my dad's about ready to marry the town psycho. Does that qualify as stress?
Angie: I was talking about the murder of your Uncle Stuart.
J.R.: Oh. I was hoping just to stop in and Joe give me an immunity boost or whatever it is you guys do.
Angie: Well, I'll tell you, "this guy" wants to run some tests.
J.R.: What? Why?
Angie: Just some routine blood work. Make sure that we don't miss anything. Just give me one minute, and I'll grab a nurse.
Marissa: Hey. I've been calling you. Why did you take off without telling me?
Amanda: I need some air, ok?
Jake: I don't know what to do. I don't know how much of this she can take. She's not eating, she's not sleeping. Last night we spent the whole night in front of a motel, outside until the sun came up.
Tad: Why? What for?
Jake: I don't know. Maybe so that Trevor could be just magically dropped in our laps. I don't know -- I don't know what to do. I don't know where the baby is. He could be -- he could be anywhere.
Tad: So maybe it's time for us to talk to Jesse.
Jake: Go the police, it becomes public record, right? I faked a baby's death. What? Hiding a baby. Why don't we just give David a gun and all the ammunition he needs?
Tad: But if it helps us to find Trevor?
Jake: So what? David can just turn around and take him? I can't let that happen.
[Car starting in driveway]
Jake: Tad, she took off.
Tad: If you've come to talk about Hayward or missing babies, forget it. My mind can't take any more.
Liza: Oh, no. Trevor's still missing?
Tad: That little boy is out there. We have no idea where. It's just...killing me.
Liza: Oh, God, that's taking you back, isn't it?
Tad: To a place I never wanted to be again.
Liza: Oh, hey, here. Take some of these.
Tad: Take what?
Liza: Listen, if it makes you feel any better, my life is a mess, too.
Tad: A little. What's up with you?
Liza: Oh, nothing. Just falling for a guy who's in love with a killer.
Zach: You don't know what you're talking about.
Kendall: Right, right, ok, because you asking Adam Chandler for a loan is perfectly normal.
Zach: So you know everything. All right, if you know everything, you know that -- why I asked Annie and Adam for that money. Because if they think I'm in their debt, they will let down their guard.
Kendall: Well, I do agree with Liza on one thing. You should have told Ryan.
Zach: Ryan doesn't need to know.
Kendall: What Ryan doesn't need is to think that you're helping Annie to take his daughter away from him, Zach. That's just cruel.
Zach: I don't really care about Ryan. I care about you. I want to make sure that you're ok, and I happen to work alone.
Kendall: But you're not alone. You have Liza.
Zach: I'm trying to protect you. I'm trying to make sure you decompress, so I have enough time to find some proof against Annie.
Kendall: You're still hoping I will miraculously remember that I didn't kill Stuart.
Zach: You will remember.
Kendall: I don't know how else to explain this to you.
Zach: Then don't. I didn't ask for an explanation. I'm asking you to relax. Take care of your heart, take care of the boys. I'll do the rest. Can you trust me with that? Can you?
Kendall: Do I have a choice?
Zach: No. You don't.
Annie: I won't sit here and tell you I wasn't disturbed. You don't kill your brother or stab an innocent woman if you're of sound mind. I had to go to Oak Haven. And in a way, I had to meet Dr. Sinclair. Yes, she tortured me, and she made my life a living hell, but in a way, it was the best wake-up call I could get. I saw a lot of myself in her. Her fear, her desperation -- it was like I was looking in a mirror, and it freed me. Because I finally realized it wasn't my fault. Richie was responsible for that pain. He manipulated Sinclair the same way he manipulated me. And it made us both do terrible, terrible things. I'm not saying I was magically cured. You can look in your file and see that. But I guess I'm just saying it was a start. And then came Adam. I was on the run, and I was going to kidnap my daughter, but I saved Adam instead. And then what do you know? He turned around, and he saved me right back. With Adam's love and his support and his patience, I am finally starting to see myself for who I am again. And I will never, ever forgive myself for the crimes that I've committed. But I've just -- I'm hoping that I can get my life back. And I'm hoping that maybe I can really get a second chance with my little girl.
Ryan: Ok, this is a load of crap.
Judge Robinson: Mr. Lavery, you are out of turn.
Ryan: This woman may appear sane to you, your honor, but underneath she is very, very dangerous. She is still a very serious danger to my daughter.
J.R: After that run-in with David...he was right. I wanted a drink. So I just decided to come here and catch a meeting.
Marissa: How'd it go?
J.R.: I just missed it. But it's all right. The temptation's gone. It's pretty tough to score booze at a hospital. So, what -- did Scott drop you off?
Marissa: Actually, I got a ride with David. I talked to him. It's ok.
J.R.: Right. So now he's cool with us seeing each other.
Marissa: Well, I wouldn't go that far. But he will be once I spend some more time with him.
J.R.: Time with him? What kind of time are you talking about?
Marissa: I'm gonna move into Wildwind until I'm fully recovered.
J.R.: Once you move in with Hayward, he'll keep you there for life.
David: Any progress on Marissa Tasker's discharge papers?
Nurse: I'll check.
David: Thank you.
Amanda: This is all your fault.
David: Whoa. What is my fault?
Amanda: You couldn't just let me have him, could you?
Amanda: You had to threaten me, scare me, make my life a living hell.
David: Amanda, what are you...
Amanda: My baby is gone because of you. And now I will never get him back again. Never! [Sobbing]
J.R.: Look, I know what you're trying to do. You think if you spend enough time with him he'll understand you. He'll understand us.
Marissa: And what -- that's impossible?
J.R.: Yes. With David. He doesn't do understanding.
Marissa: Not even with his own daughter?
J.R.: Not with anyone. Babe tried. There's no way you will ever get that guy to accept me.
Marissa: I had faith in you. Remember? Why can't you have faith in me?
J.R.: I do. It's Hayward that I don't trust. And I'm sorry, but neither should you.
Marissa: Well, thanks for your support.
Angie: J.R. What are you doing out of your room? We haven't had a chance to draw blood yet.
J.R.: I'm fine.
Angie: You look like hell. And you feel like it, too. Now, we have to get to the bottom of this. Listen, if you won't do it for yourself, do it for your son.
Adam: Nobody cares what you have to say, so just shut the hell up. I told you he shouldn't be allowed in here.
Judge Robinson: And I told you that it wasn't your call. I'd like to hear what Mr. Lavery has to say.
Ryan: Thank you. Your honor, I'm sorry, I didn't mean any disrespect, I really didn't, but -- but this woman is working you, your honor, like she's worked so many people, all right? She's working the entire system to get at my daughter. Look, you have no idea what Annie has put Emma through. No idea. So many things, one of which, for example, she had Emma kidnapped and put on a plane and flown out of the country and then dragged Emma from hiding place to hiding place. The entire time, I had no idea if Emma was ok, if she was alive, what, and Annie thought this was gonna bring us closer together. I mean, it's insane. It's completely insane. Of course, all it did was put my little girl's life at risk. She almost died during this little encounter, because of my wife's negligence. All right, Annie? You may not see it, but you've manipulated her. You've scared her. You've forced her to keep your secrets. I mean, she's so confused. You have no idea how confused my little girl is. It's to the point where she -- she shut down on everybody. She wouldn't say a word for days. I couldn't get through to my own daughter. And even now that I can, it's not the same. It really isn't the same. So, yes, maybe now that Annie is out of Oak Haven for what, like, a couple of months now, maybe she's fit to stand trial, but she is not fit to be a mother.
Liza: Oh, I'm a terrible mother.
Tad: Mm. You are not.
Liza: Yeah, I am. I am. I've got this beautiful baby boy at home, I've got a daughter now who finally doesn't hate my guts, and all I can do is think about Zach Slater.
Tad: You mean in a lawyerly type of way?
Liza: No, I mean in a "Can I rip your clothes off, please?" Kind of way.
Tad: Not exactly the answer I was looking for.
Liza: Yeah, you and me both.
Tad: Care to fill me in?
Liza: I'd barely been back in town for five minutes.
Tad: Yeah, to reconnect with Colby. So?
Liza: So I walk into the casino and...there he is. Well, I swear to God, before that moment, all I cared about was my career, my family. The last thing I wanted was a guy.
Tad: Go back. The "there he is" part. What's so "there he is" about Zach? 24-hour brooding? Monosyllabic conversation skills? A lifetime supply of facial hair?
Liza: No, it's his eyes. It's kind of funny, right?
Tad: Funny ha ha or funny strange?
Liza: Well, funny how the best-laid plans can all get shot to hell in one look. One smile and one hot night on the gaming table.
Tad: All right. That's enough. Last thing I need is to start obsessing about felt burn.
Liza: Yeah, the only thing that's getting burned is my heart. Ok, if you give me an antacid joke, I swear to God I'll kill you.
Liza: It was just supposed to be fun. It was supposed to be a one night stand. I didn't know his name. It wasn't supposed to mean anything.
Tad: Yeah, but it did. It does. You're...you haven't got... do you?
Liza: Mm. Yeah. I do. I have feelings for Zach.
Zach: Time to get some rest.
Kendall: How can I rest when I'm worried about you?
Zach: There's nothing to worry about.
Kendall: Yeah, Zach, there is. There's this whole thing with Adam now. And Ryan -- he's so angry. I can't believe he hit you.
Zach: I can.
Kendall: You've taken so many risks because of me, and I hate it.
Zach: I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
Kendall: Does that hurt?
Zach: That hurts, yeah. Ow. Stop touching it.
Kendall: You know what? No, it doesn't hurt at all? Yeah, I don't believe you. Let me tell you, this actually helps for Ian.
[Kendall gently kisses Zach's cheek]
J.R.: What's the deal with confidentiality?
Angie: What do you mean?
J.R.: No one has to know I had tests done, right?
Angie: Not if you don't want them to.
J.R.: It's just...with my past, everyone would assume that I just fell off the wagon again. I just -- just can't deal with that right now.
Angie: I'll see to it personally that no one, including David, gets their hands on your results.
Woman: Dr. Hallgrove, 2744.
David: How's Amanda?
Jake: I gave her a sedative to calm her down.
David: What the hell was that all about? I mean, what set her off? It's been a couple months since our son died.
Jake: Well, her postpartum is a lot worse than I thought it was, and she's probably gonna need to get back into the therapy. Maybe even medication.
David: But why would she be talking as if our son is still alive?
Jake: I don't know. That's why I'm worried about her. And that's why she needs help. And you know why that is, Dave? You know why that is?
David: All right, hold on. I know this one by heart. It's all because of me, right?
Jake: Because of your threats and your taunting her and your badgering her. And that's why she's hit rock bottom and that's why she's lost hope. Because of you. Now live with that.
[Marissa walks up to David]
David: Hey. Don't hold back. It's open season. Get your shots in while you can.
[Marissa hugs her dad]
Adam: Look what you've done.
Ryan: What I've done?
Adam: That's right. You're the one that started this nightmare in the first place.
Ryan: Ok, this I gotta hear. Please enlighten me.
Adam: Of course, Annie lost it. You dumped her like a bag of garbage the second Greenlee waltzed into town. And then you went ahead and kidnapped her daughter.
Ryan: Adam, that is so not the way it played out.
Adam: This is the man who should be on trial here. A few short hours ago, he attacked me for the simple act of conducting business.
Judge Robinson: Enough! Now, I will have order immediately. Gentlemen, please sit down. Ms. Lavery, I would like your take on how your daughter has been affected.
Annie: This has been awful for her. And the worst part, your honor, is I feel like it's my fault. My ex-husband is a very loving, loving father, and I would never want to take that away from him. Nor do I plan on taking Emma. She's not ready. And to be perfectly honest with you, I'm not ready, either. I have a long road ahead of me of rebuilding my relationship with my daughter. I'm just hoping one day, one day I can try. In the meantime... I just want to say thank you so much for taking such good care of our little girl. If I could just ask you one favor? If you could just tell her that I love her and I miss her every single day and I'm so, so sorry. [Crying] [Sniffles]
Tad: Liza, you want to do yourself a favor? You kill this thing between you and Zach.
Liza: Yeah, I know, but how?
Tad: Ha. Choke the life out of it. I don't know. I don't care. Just get it done. Pronto.
Liza: Ok, what if I can't?
Tad: Find a way. You don't understand. Kendall and Zach? They're untouchable. Ok? They take the vow "through good times and bad" to a whole new level. I mean, they've been through comas and affairs and tornadoes and -- and bomb shelters, rogue lesbian kisses.
Liza: Rogue what?
Tad: Any crisis you can imagine. I am telling you, nothing comes between Kendall and Zach. Nothing. Not even when they're apart.
Liza: Yeah, but, you know, he's in that house. He's all alone in that big house.
Tad: He's not alone. All right? She is there with him. Maybe not physically, but she's there all the same. They're inseparable, ok? Every single thing he does, every decision he makes is either for or about Kendall.
Liza: Ok, so what do I do?
Tad: Well, for one thing, you stay away from him. And if you can't manage to do that, then leave.
Liza: What do you mean leave?
Tad: I mean leave. Grab Stuart and Colby and get out of dodge. Fresh start's what you wanted from the beginning, wasn't it?
Liza: Yeah. Yeah. You're right. You're right. That's exactly what I'm gonna do.
Tad: No, it's not. You know it. Liza.
Zach: I'll see you in the morning.
Kendall: Please don't go.
Zach: I gotta fix the door. Anybody could just walk in.
Kendall: Anyone like Liza?
Zach: Stop. The Liza thing. She works for me. She works for us. She's working on your appeal. She wants to see you in prison.
Kendall: Oh, come on, Zach. She brought me up as a last resort. Anything to stay in this house a little longer. She wants you. And now that she thinks I'm out of the picture, she feels like she can have you.
Zach: That's ridiculous.
Kendall: Why? You slept with her once. I mean, it is so crazy to think it could happen again?
Zach: It didn't mean anything.
Kendall: It meant something to her.
Zach: Let it go.
Kendall: Like you've let go what happened with me and Ryan?
Zach: What happened with you and Ryan is very different. I think you know that.
Kendall: Ok, Zach, if you -- if you keep pushing me away and leaving yourself wide open for Liza, I mean --
Zach: I don't want her.
Kendall: But you don't want me, either, right? I mean, you've made that perfectly clear. Just tell me the truth, dammit. You don't love me anymore. If you did, you would find a way to forgive me. It's okay. I can handle it. And the boys will be fine.
Zach: What do you want me to say?
Kendall: Just say that you don't love me anymore, so we can deal with it and move on.
Judge Robinson: Based on the latest psychiatric evaluation and the testimony that I've heard today, I find the defendant competent to stand trial. The trial will be set for the earliest possible date consistent with the court's schedule. Now, in the meantime, I order the defendant to remain at the Chandler estate, where she will be monitored electronically while she receives further psychiatric treatment. There will be no visitation with your daughter at this time. This hearing is now adjourned.
Kendall: Say it.
Kendall: Why not?
Zach: Because it's not true. I wish I could stop loving you, but I can't.
Kendall: So, what is this, Zach? You love me, but you can't forgive me? You want me close, but you don't want to be with me?
Zach: I don't have the answers.
Kendall: Well, you act like you do. You stash me up here like I'm some dirty secret. I mean, is this my punishment for being with Ryan?
Kendall: Well, then, what? What is this, Zach, because honestly, this is worse than prison. Not knowing how you feel or where we stand. This is torture for me. I mean, you say that you don't not love me, so --
Zach: I will love you till the day I die.
Kendall: Well, then, show me. Just tell me that we can move on, and we can start over and forget about Ryan, Liza, and everybody else. Just tell me that you forgive me.
Zach: Someone's here.
Kendall: Zach -- Zach, please.
[Liza knocks on door]
Marissa: Amanda's baby didn't die because of you.
David: You might be the only one in this town that actually believes that.
Marissa: Jake believes it, too. He's just too scared right now to admit it. You weren't in that delivery room. You had absolutely no control over whether that child lived or died. And you have just as much right to miss him as they do.
David: You keep telling me that, all right?
Marissa: I will if you promise to listen.
David: Marissa, I do hear you. I know at times it might not feel like that, but I really do. It's just -- I care about you so much.
Marissa: I'm not going anywhere, David. I'm not Babe or Little Adam. You don't have to fight for me. I want to be in your life, and I really want you to be in mine. If you could just believe that.
David: And everything would be all right with us?
Marissa: Well, don't just stand there. Get me out of here so we can go home.
Jake: How are you feeling?
Amanda: Where am I?
Jake: At the hospital. You drove over here, you had some very choice words for David. I gave you a little something to relax.
Amanda: I was just having the most amazing dream.
Jake: Oh, really? Was I in it?
Jake: Oh, good.
Amanda: It was you and Trevor, and we were all on a row boat in the middle of a beautiful lake.
Jake: Hold on a second. A row boat. Because you know power boats are my thing, right? I like those.
Amanda: Well, we weren't going very fast. Really, we weren't going anywhere at all, but... but we were really happy.
Jake: Why does that just have to be a dream?
Amanda: Please don't -- don't do that, Jake. Don't be nice to me right now.
Jake: Don't do this, ok? Please don't you do this.
Amanda: I shouldn't have gone off on David like that. I shouldn't have done it. It's not his fault. What happened to Trevor, it's mine. I agreed to this stupid plan.
Jake: We all agreed to the plan, because we thought the plan would work.
Amanda: Well, it didn't. I abandoned my child in the middle of an alley. I don't deserve to be a mother, Jake.
Marissa: I'm free to go?
David: You're officially a free woman.
Marissa: Race you to the car.
David: Oh, no...
Marissa: I'm kidding. I'm kidding. Slow and steady for me, I promise.
Marissa: What's wrong?
David: I was just wondering if this was a great idea.
Marissa: What -- me leaving the hospital?
David: No, no. You moving into Wildwind. I kind of tricked you into doing it, and I shouldn't have done that, ok? So I'm sorry.
Marissa: Apology accepted. But I'm still coming home with you.
Marissa: Yeah. There's -- there's no place I'd rather be. Except maybe the Yacht Club for one of those hot fudge sundaes. Do you think we can stop by on the way home?
David: Yeah. Come on. Here. I got it.
J.R.: Just tell Dr. Hubbard I had to leave, ok?
Angie: Why don't you tell Dr. Hubbard yourself? Can I get a minute, Nancy? Thank you. And will you close the door?
J.R.: Why so serious?
Angie: I have your results.
J.R.: Wow. That was fast.
Angie: I'm concerned about your blood counts, J.R.
J.R.: How concerned?
Angie: I'd like to admit you, run a full battery of tests.
J.R.: What? Right now?
Angie: Yeah. We shouldn't waste any time. Just in case.
Jake: Look at me. The only thing that you are guilty of is loving your son so much that you wanted him back in your arms as soon as humanly possible. That's all you're guilty of. That doesn't make you selfish, that doesn't make you careless or reckless. That makes you a mom. That's what moms do. So don't give up hope, ok? We're gonna find him. We're gonna find him, and then we're gonna go out in that lake, the one from your dream. And a boat -- we're gonna rent a boat.
Amanda: A row boat.
Jake: Yes, yes, a row boat, yes. Gonna go out on that lake, just the three of us. You know where we're gonna go? Nowhere. Nowhere at all.
Amanda: But we'll be really happy.
Jake: We'll be really happy.
Annie: Thank God that's over.
Adam: You did a wonderful job in there.
Annie: Yeah, right. I lost it. Several times. If I can't get through a competency hearing, how am I gonna get through a trial?
Adam: With me by your side.
[Cell phone rings]
Adam: Ah. Forgive me. Oh, excuse me. Yeah, you did -- you put on quite a show in there.
Judge Robinson: I thought you'd be pleased.
Adam: Pleased? You let Lavery go off on a chest-beating frenzy, and Annie ended up in hysterics.
Judge Robinson: I had to let him into the proceedings, or else our relationship would have been obvious.
Adam: All right, I want the trial date set immediately. I'm gonna get her out of that ridiculous monitor and marry the woman I love.
Judge Robinson: Patience, Adam. Besides, you could use some time to find a real criminal lawyer. Barry's competent enough, but he is no match for Annie's ex. If Lavery isn't neutralized, it could ruin Annie's chances to get an acquittal.
Ryan: What do you want, Annie?
Annie: To make myself perfectly clear. I'm not going to prison, Ryan. I am going to be free soon, and when I am, the first thing I'm going to do is take my daughter back. So enjoy Emma while you can. She won't be yours for long.
Zach: Did you forget something?
Liza: Yeah. Yeah, I did.
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