AMC Transcript Friday 9/11/09

All My Children Transcript Friday 9/11/09


Episode #10206

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Gisele

J.R.: Well, at least I caught one.

Marissa: One what?

J.R.: A fish.

Marissa: I don't know -- I think that might have qualified as a guppy.

J.R.: Hey, I didn't see you out there trying to catch dinner for us.

Marissa: Yeah! That's why I stocked up on frozen pizzas.

J.R.: Oh.

Marissa: You ok?

J.R.: Oh -- I'm just feeling a little bit tired. I guess reeling in that guppy took it out of me.

Marissa: Well, it shouldn't be too hard to relax here. Oh, it is so beautiful. It's so quiet. And you know what the best part is -- no drama.

J.R.: Hmm.

Marissa: I wonder what David's getting up to back home.

[Imitates buzzer]

J.R.: Next question.

Marissa: What? He's off-limits?

J.R.: This is a David Hayward-free zone.

Marissa: Ok, fine, fine. I -- I won't talk about David. On one condition. You don't talk about Babe?

Taylor: So I was thinking it's time that I really buckled down and get a job. And that got me to thinking about Comeback. Remember Comeback? I love that place. You know? And it's such a laid back vibe. It's such a homey feeling. All the bars in this town are like this one. What's wrong with beer and pretzels, you know? Anyway, my point is, I was kicking around the idea. What if I opened my own bar? You know, like a Comeback style bar. What do you think? Tad?

Tad: Huh?

Taylor: What do you think?

Tad: About what? The Comeback? Oh, honey, I'm sorry. I'm just -- I'm terrible company today.

Taylor: Pretty much.

Tad: Hey.

Jake: Hey.

Tad: How are you doing?

Jake: I'm doing great, considering my wife is living with the prince of darkness. How are you two doing?

Tad: Can we get a drink over here?

David: Your husband or your child?

[Trevor crying]

David: What's it going to be? The crying baby or your shiny new ring? Trevor or Jake?

Amanda: That's not a choice, and you know it.

[Amanda sighs]

Liza: I wish my son had a daddy as great as yours. I mean, who knows? Maybe someday he will, hmm? Yeah.


Liza: Did you hear that?

Zach: Hey.

Liza: There's someone in the house.

Zach: Sit down, partner.

[Ian mumbles]

Liza: Yeah. Ooh.

Zach: No one there.

Liza: Really? Oh. All right. Well, at least I know I'm not crazy, huh? So you spoke to Annie?

[Ian screams]

Zach: Yeah, I did. What are you screaming about? Come here. She wants to talk to Emma.

Liza: Well -- and?

Zach: And she wants to do it at the Chandlers'.

Liza: But you told her that Emma was too scared to go to the Chandlers', and and so, how'd she react?

Zach: She covered well, but I said, of course, the kid is scared. Someone got murdered in that house.

Liza: Of course, she left out the part where she murdered him. So, did you tell her you wanted to set up a meeting with them somewhere, away from the mansion?

Zach: So many questions. Now let me ask you something. You guys have fun today? Did you have fun today?

Liza: Oh, did we have fun. Did we have fun? Huh? Yeah. See? I told you.

J.R.: Oh, you know what? Tomorrow, I'm going to take you out on the lake. That's where the real lunkers are here.

Marissa: "Lunkers"?

J.R.: Lunkers, like, you know, the big fish, tough to catch from the shore.

Marissa: Uh-huh.

J.R.: That why I caught that guppy.

Marissa: Oh, right. Right, right. So it had nothing to do with your fishing skills.

J.R.: Huh, heck no. Oh.

Marissa: What?

J.R.: We were up here one time. Oh, my God, you should have seen us. It was --

Marissa: Come on.

J.R.: No, it was -- you know, our agreement. It was about Little Adam.

Marissa: But he's never off-limits.

J.R.: Yeah, but if start talking about him, I'm going to start talking about Babe.

Marissa: Ok, so we will talk about something else.

J.R.: Ye. That's nice. Is that new?

Marissa: Yeah, actually.

J.R.: Huh.

Marissa: But I'm not allowed to say who gave it to me.

J.R.: A gift from David?

Marissa: Yeah.

[J.R. chuckles]

J.R.: Do we have anything else to talk about?

Marissa: I don't know. I guess we'll just have to stand here in silence.

J.R.: That's fine by me. I happen to have a great view.

Jake: Well, Hayward's got the perfect little family now.. My wife is living in his house.

Tad: It's not perfect. There's nothing perfect about it. Living with a woman that hates your guts does not a family make, all right?

Jake: He's going to find a way to marry my wife.

Tad: He is not going to marry her. Now you're being ridiculous..

Jake: That's exactly what he's going to do. How do you know that?

Tad: No, he's not. I know.

Jake: Oh, you know?

Tad: I know.

Jake: Really?

Tad: Because she loves you.. she's crazy about you, ok?

Jake: You don't know that.

Tad: Yeah. No, look, maybe he's got Trevor now, all right? But without --

Taylor: Amanda.

Tad: Amanda to complete the picture, forget it. He's going to screw up, and that's when you make your move.

Jake: You trying to make me feel better? It's when I make my move?

Tad: Definitely.

Jake: That's exactly when I make my move?

Tad: That's when you make your move.

Taylor: Wow! I can't listen to this anymore. You guys have zero idea what you're talking about.

David: Look, I'm sorry, ok? I know I shouldn't have gotten so upset -- threaten you the way I did. It's just, I saw everyone plotting against me again and it upset me.

Amanda: I don't know what you want from me, David.

David: I'll tell you what I don't want. For you to hate being in your own home.

Amanda: See, but that's just it -- this is not my home. I don't belong here.

David: But Trevor does. Along with his mother and father under one roof. Don't you think our son deserves the best that we can offer him?

Amanda: Our son deserves to be happy, in a home filled with laughter and love. And it kills me to know that I am not able to give him that.

David: You can love that little boy, no matter where you are. Even here.

Amanda: But I'm never going to be able to love you.

Taylor: This whole "waiting for the right time to pounce mentality" -- that will end up biting you in the ass.

Jake: I'm open to suggestions. I am. Are you open to suggestions?

Tad: Yeah, fire away.

Taylor: Just take control. Just take control.

Jake: I should have blown his face off when I had the chance.

Tad: And gone to prison for the rest of your life -- yes, that's a great idea.

Taylor: That's not what I want.

Jake: Well, at least he'd be out of our lives and my wife would be safe, and that's all that matters..

Tad: Hey -- stay. What are you doing?

Jake: I'm leaving.

Tad: No, you're not. Listen --

Jake: Yes, I am.

Tad: Promise me you won't do -- you're taking the fish?

Jake: Bye-bye,

Tad: Don't do anything stupid, ok? That was really helpful. Thank you.

Taylor: Just calling it like I see it.

Tad: Next time, keep your call to yourself.

J.R.: So they held hands, they closed their eyes, they jumped in.

Marissa: Even though they couldn't swim?

J.R.: Even though, mm-hmm.

Marissa: Why?

J.R.: Because they loved each other. And if they couldn't be with each other in the here and the now... 

Marissa: They decided to be together for eternity.

J.R.: That's right. Pretty romantic stuff, huh?

Marissa: Yeah.

J.R.: You want to know the other part of the legend?

Marissa: What?

J.R.: The water turned like this crystal clear blue as soon they jumped in. It was like a sign that they were at peace.

Marissa: Wow, no wonder it's called "Lover's Leap."

[J.R. chuckles]

Marissa: Hey, you jumped in?

J.R.: Oh, no, not yet.

Marissa: We should. How about tomorrow?

J.R.: Maybe some other time.

Marissa: What, are you chicken?

J.R.: No.

Marissa: Oh, you are. You're totally scared.

J.R.: No, I'm not afraid. Ok?

Marissa: Ok. Then what?

J.R.: I'm sorry.

Marissa: No, don't apologize. Just tell me the truth.

J.R.: I'm not feeling up for it. I've been, like I said, tired.

Marissa: You've been tired for a long time now. What's going on, J.R.? I mean, did something happen? Are you sick? You can trust me.

J.R.: I know.

Marissa: Then let me in. Please.

J.R.: Ok.

Zach: Ah!

Liza: So Ian went down already?

Zach: Yeah, it didn't take long. He was beat. Thanks for looking after him.

Liza: Oh, sure, anytime. All right, so you didn't answer my question.

Zach: Ok.

Liza: Oh, come on. Annie wants to see Emma. All we got to do is sneak Emma out of school, we find a way to deactivate Annie's bracelet --

Zach: No.

Liza: You really have to reconsider..

Zach: Emma's off-limits.

Liza: Huh. Even now if she is our last hope to help Kendall?

Zach: Well, then we have to try something else.

Liza: We're going to keep Emma safe.

Zach: She's been through enough.

Liza: All right. All right. Anyway, I meant what I said about helping out with Ian. If you ever need any help, just let me know.

Zach: What happened to spending more time with your son?

Liza: I'd bring him. I think he'd love it. He hasn't been around too many kids. In fact, it'd be fun. Why don't we have a play date?

Zach: Play date?

Liza: A play date. You know, you take Ian over to the Yacht Club. I'll make a picnic. We could sit around, watch the boats. What, not a good idea?

Zach: Not a good idea.

Liza: All right. I'll talk to you soon.

Zach: Bye.

[Liza sighs]

Kendall: That woman needs a serious reality check. If you don't give it to her, I will.

Taylor: You're not annoyed with me, by the way. You're annoyed with yourself.

[Tad chuckles]

Tad: Ok, I'll bite. Tell me more, o wise woman.

Taylor: Well, you see the way that Jake is willing to fight for Amanda, and you know that you wouldn't do that.

Tad: No, I -- what -- are we -- what -- are we talking about us? I mean, you and me? Because, with all due respect, Jake and Amanda are married, and you and I -- --  we're just --

Taylor: We're barely dating. Believe me, I know. It doesn't matter. We could be dating five years, or five minutes. This is just the way you are right now.

Tad: What, like a complacent, do-nothing pacifist?

Taylor: I didn't say that.

Tad: That's where you were headed.

Taylor: But you play it safe. You told me that yourself. Hey, I didn't know you back then. Maybe back then, you used to fight like hell, but it's obvious that you have been burned way too many times -- you know, I was -- and you are choosing to hide out.

Tad: I was part of this conversation. I was there. I remember how it went. And as I recall, I wasn't the only person hiding out under the covers.

Taylor: Yes, but you said it was time to come out. And now you can't, can you? Maybe just not for me. Or maybe not for anybody. Look, I know I said I understood, and I did, but I was scared, too. And I chose to believe that maybe -- I don't know -- maybe you were worth the risk.

Tad: Taylor, come on.

Taylor: And if you don't feel the same way, Tad, you know, that's fine. Just, could you be man enough to admit it?

Liza: That looked messy. Is it something you said?

Brot: Hey.

Taylor: Hey.

Brot: I'm glad I ran into you. You got a minute?

Taylor: Uh -- I am having such a crappy day --

Brot: I know, I know. That's why I was hoping maybe -- maybe we could talk.

Taylor: What do you mean, you know?

Brot: I mean, I'm not having the best day, either. Or anyone, I guess. 9/11?

Taylor: Oh, God. I've been so preoccupied.

Brot: Ah, that's cool. You know, it's -- it's not like it happened yesterday. Can you believe it's been 8 years?

Taylor: Wow, 8 years?

Brot: I know. I was watching the coverage this morning, and they were reading the names of everyone who was lost. And I was trying to stay focused, but all I could find myself doing was thinking about our --

Taylor: Our unit.

Brot: Yeah.

Taylor: I miss those guys.

Brot: Yeah, I know. So I was thinking maybe we can round up Frankie and grab a drink or something?

Taylor: As long as it's somewhere else, I am game.

[Taylor and Brot chuckle]

Brot: I mean, it does seem kind of like a pretzels and beer kind of day, right? Let's go.

Taylor: Yes.

Liza: So? You going to spill, or am I going to have to beat it out of you?

Tad: Well, there's not all that much to spill. Just the fact that my love life is a wreck. I got nobody to blame for it except myself. Cheers.

Kendall: A play date? Is she kidding me?

Zach: Well, there is no play date, so there's no problem.

Kendall: No, there is a problem. Liza is my problem. In my house, holding my son. You know what she said to Ian when you were gone?

Zach: I'm sure you're going to tell me right now.

Kendall: She said that she wished her son could have as great a dad as Ian does and maybe one day, he would.

Zach: So?

Kendall: So you think I'm overreacting?

Zach: A little bit, yeah. Mm-hmm.

Kendall: All right, ok. Maybe I am, just a little. But what do you expect?

Zach: I don't know.

Kendall: Zach, I am stuck here. I am stuck in this room while the rest of the world goes on without me. It's almost like being in a coma, but this time, it's worse. Because I can -- I know what I'm missing. I can see it, I can hear it. Liza wants you, and there is not a damn thing I can do about it.

Zach: Yeah, you can let me handle it.

Kendall: Yeah, but you don't handle it.

Zach: What do you want me to do? Whenever she comes over, I kick her out of the house?

Kendall: No, I want you to -- to -- to reassure me. I mean, you don't even try to. Do you honestly think I'd be freaking out like this if I knew where we stood?

[Zach exhales]

Zach: There is nothing between me and Liza.

Kendall: Ok, Zach, forget about Liza right now. I'm talking out us. You and me. You won't touch me. You won't forgive me. So how in the hell am I supposed to feel?

Zach: I don't have answers for you.

Kendall: You never do.

Marissa: All those times that we talked about -- when you told me that you hadn't been drinking...

J.R.: I was. That's why I come here. It's my place, when I want to dry out. It's remote, it's peaceful. If I want to step outside, I want to scream at the world, I can because nobody can hear me.

Marissa: Yeah, no one except me.

J.R.: I just needed some time -- to get a grip.

Marissa: And what? You thought it would be fun to bring me along for the ride?

J.R.: No.

Marissa: Do you have any idea how messed up that is?

J.R.: I'm sorry. I -- I should have told you.

Marissa: Yeah, a heads-up would have been nice.

[Marissa sighs]

Marissa: I mean, this -- this was supposed to be a date. A chance for us to start over but instead --

J.R.: I know.

Marissa: What the hell am I doing here, J.R.?

[J.R. sighs]

J.R.: I didn't want to be alone. No, that's not true. It's not that I didn't want to be alone, it's -- it's that I -- I wanted to be with you.

Marissa: But you could have just said that from the beginning.

J.R.: I didn't want scare you away.

Marissa: Oh, yeah, because lying worked out so much better.

J.R.: I have no right to ask a favor of you. But it's really important that nobody knows about this.

Marissa: Especially David.

J.R.: Because if lose Little Adam on top of everything else --

Marissa: He won't find out from me.

David: Dr. Martin, I believe this belongs to you.

Jake: What did you do to her?

David: Nothing. No brute force necessary. Amanda took it off willingly.

Jake: I don't believe you.

David: Yeah, I -- look, I know that's a tough pill to swallow, but the sooner you accept it, the sooner we could all just move on.

Jake: Accept what exactly, Dave?

David: Fate. It's incredible, isn't it? I mean, how life just seems to work itself out. I mean, if you told me a couple of months ago that Amanda and I would be together, I would have laughed in your face. But look at us now, you know? We got -- we have a baby, we have a home. Everything is just falling into place.

Jake: She hates you, Dave. Hates. And when Trevor gets old enough to understand what's going on, he's going to hate you, too.

David: Mm-hmm. But he'll still be calling me Daddy. You, on the other hand, will just be some stranger in the crowd.

J.R.: Hey, thank you.

Marissa: Is there any alcohol stashed away that I should know about?

J.R.: Here? No.

[J.R. scoffs]

J.R.: I swear I'm telling you the truth.

Marissa: Ok, I -- I believe you. And I -- I really want to help you. I -- I just don't know how.

J.R.: Well, you're already doing it. You know when to listen. You call me on my B.S., and I feel safe with you.

Marissa: Good.

J.R.: And that's the huge deal, you know? Considering that this disease is scary as hell.

Marissa: What else? I mean, if you don't mind talking about it.

J.R.: I don't. Not with you. Well, we've covered the "scary" part. I guess the next big thing would be that it's completely all consuming. It's like I've been fighting this sucker, right? Every second of every day. And just when I think that I'm fine, bam! I'm knocked down on my ass again.

Marissa: So you get back up.

J.R.: And I try. But sometimes, it's -- it's just too much.

Marissa: You beat it before, J.R. You can do it again.

J.R.: Yeah, but this time, it's bigger and it's stronger. And I keep telling myself -- I tell myself that I can do this on my own.

Marissa: No, you shouldn't have to.

J.R.: I'm an alcoholic.

Marissa: I know.

J.R.: And I need help.

Marissa: I'm here. We'll get through this together.

Zach: I can't keep doing this.

Kendall: Doing what?

Zach: This thing with Liza, going back and forth. She's your lawyer, end of story.

Kendall: Well, not for her.

Zach: Argh. Does she have feelings for me? Probably.

Kendall: "Probably"? Zach, she --

Zach: But I don't have feelings for her! And I'm sorry you feel that way, but all I see is a means to an end. She's going to get you out of prison.

Kendall: Ok, I get out of prison, and then what? Do I come home to you?

Zach: We're back to that. I can't.

Kendall: You know, we're always going to be back to that until you figure out what the hell you want. You know what? Right now, you might as well pick Liza. She can handle our divorce.

Tad: You know, Taylor's right. I'm not a fighter anymore. I should get a job as a eunuch. She walked out of here, and all I did was watch.

Liza: You fought for Kathy.

Tad: Kathy's my daughter. I'd move mountains for her. It's different with women.

Liza: Women, or Taylor?

Tad: That's not fair. I have crashed and burned a lot.

Liza: Uh -- you're preaching to the choir here.

Tad: And so I'm a little guarded. There's nothing wrong with having a highly developed self-defense mechanism.

Liza: Absolutely not.

Tad: I'm just curious as to, you know, why this one's so wrong.

Liza: Tad -- honey, you ever think that maybe you're just not that into her?

Tad: You -- you don't -- you don't have to be so above it all, you know. It wasn't so long ago you came to me, you know, crying about you and Zach Slater, which is a bus accident waiting to happen. I told you to put the brakes on. You didn't put the brakes on, did you?

Liza: Now, listen, how often do we get a chance at love?

Tad: That is so not an answer.

Liza: I like Zach. And if there is even the slightest chance...I'm going to stick it out. I'm going to fight.

[Door slams]

Amanda: Oh.

Jake: Why did you do it?

Amanda: What are you doing here?

Jake: Why did you take the ring off your finger?

Amanda: Do you think I had a choice?

Jake: Well, that's how David made it sound.

[Amanda sighs]

Amanda: Jake, it killed me to take that ring off my finger. What do you expect David to say? He was making me choose between you or Trevor. I -- I -- what would you have done?

Jake: I don't know, but this whole thing is not working for me. It's -- your staying here -- it makes me sick. And I feel like I had the chance. You make me feel like I should have blown his face off.

Amanda: And ended up in maximum security, Jake? I would have never seen you again.

Jake: And what difference does it make? We're not allowed to see each other now, are we? I have -- I have never felt so useless my whole life -- my whole life.

Amanda: Useless? Jake, you are the only reason that I'm standing right now. Every single time that I just want to freak out, I just think of you. I just think of you and -- and you just make me smile. I think of the noise that you make when you try and brush your back teeth, and -- and how your left eye flutters right before you go to sleep. I have memorized you -- every smile and every sound. And I have memorized my ring even though it's not there, I can see it, and I can feel it, just like I feel you.

Jake: I feel like I'm letting him take you away from me.

Amanda: No. No, I am your wife. And I love you. I love you. Promise me that you will never, ever forget that.

[Jake and Amanda kiss]

Jake: Yeah. I promise.

Amanda: Ok.


Jake: I promise. I promise.

Amanda: Ok.

J.R.: Oh -- um -- I'm not hungry.

Marissa: You need to eat.

J.R.: Doctor's orders?

Marissa: Yeah, something like that.

Marissa: I'm really sorry, J.R.

J.R.: Oh -- you know what? Let me take a bite of this at least before I start tooling on your cooking.

Marissa: I'm not talking about the pizza. I just -- I've -- I realize that it's hard enough that you're an alcoholic. Then to add the people at home just sitting there waiting for you to screw up? I don't know how you deal with that.

J.R.: Most of the time...not well.

[J.R. chuckles]

Marissa: I need you to know that I'm not like those people.

J.R.: I know that. I never thought that you were. What?

Marissa: Oh, life is just so weird. I mean, when I came to Pine Valley, meeting someone had to be the last thing on my mind. And then I found Little Adam down at the beach that day. And here we are.

J.R.: Looking back, would you have walked away? I'm not exactly what you'd call low maintenance.

Marissa: No. No, I'd call you handsome. And kind. Funny. Strong.

J.R.: Hmm.

Marissa: Most of all, though, I'd call you brave.

J.R.: I'm not feeling very brave lately.

Marissa: That's why I'm here.

J.R.: So I can borrow some of your courage?

Marissa: Sure.

J.R.: Might be a while before you get it back.

Marissa: I'm a patient girl. Are you ok?

J.R.: Yeah -- um -- maybe we should eat this pizza before it gets cold, you know? Ahem.

Zach: You don't get to just run away.

Kendall: Nope, that's your job. Ok, lock me in, throw away the key.

Zach: I'm trying to keep you safe.

Kendall: Do you really not see how this is hurting me?

Zach: No, I see it. I see it. And I can't change it.

Kendall: You can change it. You can -- you can touch me. Make love to me. Tell me that it's going to be ok. See? It's just like I thought.

Zach: Stop telling me what's going on in my head.

Kendall: No, I know what's going on in your head.

Zach: You don't know!

Kendall: Zach, yes, I do. You are angry, you are resentful, and I betrayed you, and that's unforgivable. But deep down, you still love me.

Zach: Never said I didn't.

Kendall: Well, you never said what that meant, either.

Zach: Well, we're going to deal with things one thing at a time.

Kendall: Ok, since when do you do that?

Zach: Since my wife's been arrested for murder.

Kendall: I have run out of way to say I'm sorry.

Zach: I'm not looking for an apology.

Kendall: Well, when you figure out what you are looking for, be sure to let me know.

Liza: Honey, I deserve to be happy. And so does Zach. And who's to say that we shouldn't be happy together?

Tad: Kendall, for one.

Liza: Kendall.

Tad: Kendall.

Liza: Right, who refuses to see Zach when she's in prison.

Tad: Oh, prison?

Liza: Yeah.

Tad: Another issue. Aren't you supposed to be getting her out of prison?

Liza: Obviously. I'm her lawyer.

Tad: Her attorney. So once you do that, what happens to this little psychotic fantasy of yours?

Liza: You know what? In prison, out of prison -- oh -- I don't know -- maybe it's just right.

Tad: You and Zach? Oh, definitely.

Liza: All right, isn't this the part where you just shake me and tell me that, you know, I'm insane?

Tad: I tried that. It didn't work. It's your decision to make.

Liza: Well, that's so very un-Tad of you.

Tad: No, I'm serious. I'm finished sticking my two cents in. The other day, I was going after J.R. about fighting for a woman, you know? Love -- it conquers all.

Liza: And what is wrong with that?

[Tad sighs]

Tad: Nothing, except I don't see why you should take me seriously if I can't take my own advice.

Liza: Well, then maybe you ought to. Maybe you should start. Try being happy. I highly recommend it.

Tad: Let me know how you feel when "happy" blows up in your face.

[Liza sighs]

Jake: Oh.

Amanda: I don't want you to go. But if David walks in --

Jake: Oh, I know. I know.

Amanda: Well, ok, do you want to say hi to Trevor real quick before you go?

Jake: Oh, I would love to, but I'm just thinking with everything, you know --

Jake: Yeah. Listen. Thanks.

Amanda: For what?

Jake: Just for this, and reminding me how we feel together. And I just -- I really needed this. Thank you.

Amanda: I really need you. And I love you, no matter what David says.

Jake: Listen, tell Trevor that I am working on a secret handshake for him and me. It's just -- it's a private thing. He'll understand.

Amanda: I will.

Jake: All right? All right.

Amanda: Ok. Oh, hey, hey -- you better go out through the solarium.

Jake: Oh, ok, sure. I'll see you.

Amanda: Ok. Jake -- Jake --

Jake: Yeah?

Amanda: I love my new ring.

Jake: Oh, I love it, too. Look at it. It looks so good. Keep it right there, ok? Look, we're going to -- we're going to figure out a way to get through this, ok?

Amanda: Ok.

Jake: We will.

[Amanda sighs]


David: You thought you can get away with it, didn't you?

Liza: Hey, is everything all right?

Zach: I think we should do it.

Liza: "It"?

Zach: Set up a meeting with Emma and Annie. Liza?

Liza: Yeah, I'm right here. Great, great. What -- what changed your mind?

Zach: Kendall. Thinking of her alone, in that room. We got to end it.

Liza: Ok, I'm on it.

Kendall's voice: "Women like her think they're fooling everyone."

[Liza sighs]

Kendall's voice: "But this one couldn't be more transparent. The desire shone through in her eyes."

Kendall: "And her voice. She was out to get another woman's man."

Marissa: Is it me, or did things just get really awkward a few minutes ago?

J.R.: It's not you.

Marissa: Then what happened? You've been so honest here. Don't go all sketchy on me now.

J.R.: Marissa, you wouldn't understand.

Marissa: Then explain it to me. One minute we're kissing, and the next...was it something I did?

J.R.: God, no. No.

Marissa: There's nothing you can say that will scare me away.

J.R.: I wouldn't be so sure.

Marissa: Try me.

J.R.: I have cancer.

David: The mascara outed you. Have you been crying?

Amanda: Allergies. I had a major sneezing attack.

David: Well, that should do it.

Amanda: Thanks.

David: Are you sure you're ok?

Amanda: I will be.

David: Good. Because I meant what I said, about wanting to make this work.

Jake's voice: We're going to figure out a way to get through this, ok? We will.

Amanda: We'll find a way.

[As Jake showers, he thinks of himself and Amanda in bed together and touches his wedding ring]

Singer: Like waterfalls across the desert, yeah every time we walk for miles and miles to find where we've been all along but don't you wait feelin' like you're alone it's not just fate time passes away like waterfalls across the desert, yeah every time

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