AMC Transcript Friday 10/2/09

All My Children Transcript Friday 10/2/09


Episode #10221

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread By Gisele

Tad: You headed somewhere?

Krystal: Wildwind.

Tad: No, you're not. If there's a way out of this mess, Jake and Amanda are gonna have to find it.

Krystal: That's -- that's not what you thought at the dance marathon, Tad.

Tad: No, it's not, but it's what I think now. It's not for us to get involved.

Krystal: Tad, David is gonna tear Jake and Amanda apart, just like he did us, and I'm sorry, I just can't stand by and do nothing.

Tad: Like I did?

[Krystal sighs]

Tad: Isn't that what you mean?

Krystal: No, Tad, that's not what I meant. That's not what I said.

Opal: Has anybody seen Jenny's binky -- oh, Lord. I'm telling you, for a gal who predicts the future, I sure got the world's worst timing.

Krystal: It's ok, Opal. I was just leaving.

Tad: Yeah, Ma, I think I saw it in the kitchen.

Opal: All right, thanks.

Amanda: Hey there, handsome. Hi. Somebody picked such a cute outfit for you, huh? You have special plans I don't know about, Trevor?

David: I hope so. I thought maybe we could take him out, you know, grab some lunch, show him off a little bit. Look at that.

Amanda: Like a family?

David: Well, like two parents who are taking out their son.

Amanda: Like a family.

David: Well, maybe we should give it a shot.

Jake: Thank you. What's up? What's the emergency? The baby? The baby all right?

Liza: No, he's fine. Me, not so much.

Jake: Well, speak. Speak to me.

Liza: Jake, this is serious. I got a phone call yesterday. There was a message left from Bailey Welles.

Jake: Bailey Welles? Stuart's birth mother. What -- did you speak to her?

Liza: No. She left a message.

Jake: Well, saying what?

Liza: She's looking for her baby.

Randi: Happy first day back.

Frankie: Hey. Oh, what's all this?

Randi: Muffins from BJ's.

Frankie: Oh, gosh, you are a lifesaver.

Randi: I know.

Frankie: Mmm. I forgot to eat breakfast, too, this morning.

Randi: Mmm. So, how does it feel?

Frankie: Uh, pretty good. I mean, obviously, I would like to be doing a whole lot more, but for now, it's just good to be back seeing the patients.

Angie: I'll say.

Frankie: Oh.

Angie: Have I told you how much we've all missed you around here?

Frankie: Yeah, only about a bazillion times, Mother.

Angie: Well, I'll make it a bazillion and one. And you look gorgeous, as usual.

Randi: Thank you. I'm heading back to work today.

Angie: Ah, that's great. You know, I am so glad that things are finally getting back to normal.

Frankie: Yeah, well, we're trying.

Randi: Yeah. We're not just gonna sit around and wait for Madison to strike again.

Angie: That's right.

Nurse: Dr. Hubbard.

Angie: Talk to me.

EMT: Female, late 20s, possible overdose.

Frankie: Oh, my God.

EMT: She was found at the casino, and this was on the floor.

Angie: Empty?

EMT: Yeah.

Randi: What if this is just another trick of hers?

Frankie: Whatever it is, we got to help get her conscious.

Randi: Help her?

Frankie: Yeah, I know, but it's our job.

Angie: Was anybody with Mrs. North?

EMT: Negative.

Angie: All right, let's get her into room two and start some blood gases on her now.

Nurse: You want a tox screen while I do those bloods?

Angie: I want to do a full tox screen, with acetaminophen, alcohol, and aspirin. Let's cover it all.

Nurse: Ok.

Angie: Call your father. We're going to need him.

Tad: Mama, why can't you just leave me be?

Opal: If you feel so strongly about it, why did you let her go?

Tad: What was I supposed to do, lock her in the house?

Opal: Well, to keep her from making some whackadoodle move, sure.

Tad: Oh, don't be ridiculous, Mama. We're not married anymore. It's hardly my place.

Opal: Yeah, if she was anybody but Krystal, you -- barging out of here like that to go bust in on Wildwind, well, you would have thrown yourself in front of her just like that. You don't let your friends make stupid moves.

Tad: So what's your point? Now Krystal and I -- we're not even friends?

Opal: She hurt you so bad when she ran off with David, and I just think you still haven't gotten over it.

Tad: That's -- that's ludicrous. Come on, Ma, I mean, for God's sake, I let her move back in.

Opal: Yeah, you let her back into this house -- but you haven't let her back in here.

Tad: Is that what you want?

Opal: Honey, I want what you want.

Tad: Yeah. Well, then we got a hell of a problem, because I don't know what the hell I want. Yeah. All right. I admit it. There was this one moment back at the dance marathon where I swore we could work it out. I mean, I just knew it. It just felt so familiar, you know, so -- so comfortable. And it was a gorgeous night, Mom. I mean, we were up on the roof, stars everywhere.

Opal: Mmm, sounds nice.

Tad: It was until Krystal nailed me between the eyes. Told me I'd never forgive her for what had happened. Huh. The amazing thing is, I haven't thought about it. I mean, I don't -- I don't think so. Not recently. It's like I just stuck what happened in a box and left it somewhere. Ever since the accident, I find myself going from day to day, minute to minute, you know, where we're looking forward. Uh --

Opal: But?

Tad: But -- I'd be the first person in the world to call myself a pretty forgiving guy. But as much as I hate to admit it, she may be right. I don't know if I can forgive Krystal.

Amanda: Trevor's been cooped up for so long, it'll be good for him, for all of us.

David: Excellent. I'm gonna go upstairs and grab a quick shower, ok?

Amanda: All right. We'll be here.

David: All right.

Amanda: Hi. Oh, come on. You're such a cutie. Here we go. All right.

[Knock on door]

Amanda: Oh. I'll be right back, ok? What are you doing here?

Krystal: I could ask you the same thing. Is David home?

Amanda: He's upstairs. He's gonna be back any minute, so --

Krystal: Yeah, well, there are a few things that I really want to clear up.

Amanda: I heard what you had to say.

Krystal: Apparently not.

Amanda: You talked to Jake. Listen, what happened yesterday wasn't my fault.

Krystal: No. No, it was David's. And until you get that, until you see how he's-he's working you, then I'm not going anywhere.

Jake: I don't exactly understand. Why would -- why would Bailey be calling you? Your name was not on the paperwork. Your name was never mentioned. I don't get it. What are you not telling me?

Liza: So I did some digging around.

Jake: Why? Why do you do this? Why?

Liza: Because I love my son, and I wanted to make sure that this adoption was airtight.

Jake: Ok. I get it. So when I said to you, "Hey, Liza, this adoption is airtight," you didn't, what, you didn't believe me?

Liza: I wanted to believe you, but come on, Jake, it's not exactly like this entire thing was on the up-and-up.

Jake: When I told you I was doing this, your part was always on the up-and-up.

Liza: Well, I know that now.

Jake: So you went snooping around, and now the mother knows, and now she's got wind of it.

Liza: And Colby heard.

Jake: And Colby heard?

Liza: Mm-hmm.

Jake: She heard the message? I certainly hope you didn't tell her what it was about.

Liza: Well, of course not. She just thinks it's some case.

Jake: Well, that's good at least. That's -- that's something. That's good.

Liza: It's good? What are you talk -- Jake, there's nothing about this that is good. Jake, what exactly am I supposed to tell this girl?

Jake: I don't know. Don't call her back. Just forget --

Liza: Well, I have to call her back. Otherwise, she's just gonna continue to contact me. Oh, Jake, please, I need your help.

Jake: No, you don't. You don't need my help, trust me. Everything I touch lately is just, it's -- no. Unless you want it to blow up in your face, of course. I'm the very last person you should -- actually, that's not a bad idea.

Liza: What's not a bad idea?

Jake: You should do whatever I would think is the opposite thing of what you should -- so what you should do is, you call this woman up, right? You give her your first and last name. You tell her, "Hey, I'm the one that adopted your son. You should tell her that.

Liza: Uh, my son.

Tad: I loved Krystal. God knows I loved her. Huh. But when I came home and found out she'd been cheating with him --

Opal: I know. It was just that awful history repeating itself.

Tad: Oh. Ha ha. Well, that's a place I never thought I'd have to go back to again. Ever. I'm so tired of being burnt, Mama. I'm so tired of it, I can just taste it. Probably why I cut things off with Taylor, which was unfortunate. Didn't have a thing to do with her.

Opal: Well, maybe, or maybe you and Taylor just weren't right for each other.

Tad: You think Krystal and I are right for each other?

Opal: I just want the best for you, all that's good for you, Tad. I don't know if Krystal is the one that can give that to you or not. But if she is, don't shut her out.

Amanda: I know you're concerned, but honestly, this has nothing to do with you.

Krystal: Well, I've been where you are, so I'm gonna have to disagree with that.

Amanda: Yeah, I don't know what you want from me. I went to the hospital to see Jake just like you said. It made no difference.

Krystal: Well, then try again.

Amanda: Why? So he can walk out on me again?

Krystal: Do you blame Jake for not wanting to stand by and watch while David sucks you in?

Amanda: I'm not being manipulated. Ok, did it ever occur to you that I might like it here? I have my son, my freedom.

Krystal: You think you have your freedom.

Amanda: I can live the life I want. It's Jake who won't live it with me.

Krystal: That's not true.

Amanda: So maybe instead of banging down our door, you should be lecturing him.

David: Is there a problem?

Amanda: Krystal was just leaving.

Krystal: Amanda --

David: Well, then that's perfect timing.

Liza: Bailey? Yes, hi. This is Liza Colby. I'm returning your phone call. Yes, I am the lawyer that handled your adoption. What can I do for you? I understand, and when you say options, what exactly do you mean? So you don't exactly know what you want. Listen, I understand the urge that you have to want to find your baby, trust me. But he is with a loving family that can give him everything that he could possibly want. Not to mention that the agreement that you entered into is legally binding. Listen, Bailey, I think if you sit and think about it for a little while, you're gonna realize that you did the right thing. For you and your baby. Bailey? Wow, she hung up.

Jake: Hmm.

Liza: My God, how did I sound? Did I sound panicked and guilty and nervous and --

Jake: No. You sounded calm, cool, and collected.

Liza: Really? So -- so I did well?

Jake: Well, if you mean the size of the hole you just dug for yourself, that kind of well, as you continue with the lie, yeah, you did good. In fact, you did fantastic.

Jesse: The whole bottle?

Angie: I don't know how many pills were in there to start, but it's definitely empty now.

Jesse: So you said they found her at the casino?

Angie: Yeah.

Jesse: Pretty public place to try to kill yourself.

Angie: Well, that's what I was thinking.

Jesse: Never ends with this woman, does it? She still unconscious?

Angie: Just started to come around. Frankie's in with her now. Wait a minute. Here. Take a look at this.

Jesse: These Madison's?

Angie: Uh, no.

[Jesse holds a prescription with Randi's name]

Madison: Is this heaven?

Frankie: No. You're very much alive.

Madison: So it didn't -- it didn't work?

Frankie: What are you talking about? It went off without a hitch. Come on, my first day back at the hospital and what do you know, you here.

Madison: You think I planned this for you?

Frankie: Yeah, I do.

Madison: I just -- I just wanted all the noise to stop.

Frankie: In a casino.

Madison: What?

Frankie: That's where the paramedics found you -- in a casino.

Madison: I was in my hotel room. Alone. I put the do not disturb sign out. I thought it would take days for them to find me. They should have just let me die.

Randi: How did she get these?

Jesse: So these are yours?

Randi: Yeah. They gave 'em to me for the postpartum. But I never used them. I had them in my bag, I don't know, forever. You guys don't think that I had anything to --

Angie: Oh, sweetheart, no.

Jesse: She probably stole 'em from you at the marathon.

Angie: Just another one of her twisted psycho games.

Randi: Do you really think she tried to kill herself?

Jesse: Yeah, I wouldn't put it past her.

Randi: It would kind of make sense.

Angie: Why do you say that?

Randi: When I was with her up there on that roof, she put that brick in my hand. She kept saying that she had nothing to live for.

Jesse: Then what the hell is she still doing alive? I just said that out loud, didn't I? But after everything she put this family through, I just -- this could have finally been over.

Madison: My husband is dead. My father disowned me. My mother -- she's not even worth talking about. Would you believe I don't have a single friend? Don't answer that. Every day is exactly the same -- empty and endless. I have nothing, Frankie, not even money, which never did keep me warm at night but, God, at least it was something. You won't believe this, but I hate myself for what I've done to you. I don't want to be this kind of person -- the kind of person who takes away other people's happiness just because she doesn't have any of her own.

Frankie: Then why would you stop?

Madison: Because I didn't know how else to make it go away, this empty ache. You know, it's not that I don't know what I want in my life, Frankie. I've known -- I've know what I want ever since I was a little girl. I just could never get my hands on it. So I tried to take it from you. It didn't work. God, if anything, Randi and your parents, they just love you even more.

Frankie: Because that's what a family does, Madison.

Madison: Not mine.

Jake: Honey, you need to have some sort of a plan. You need a plan "B" or a backup plan.

Liza: Ah, boy, here goes you and your plans.

Jake: No, I'm serious. She walks in, and she sees the baby, right? She sees this beautiful little thing, and then she sees you across the room, the liar. What's gonna happen? It's over. She's gonna want her son.

Liza: Hold on a second. I didn't know anything about this, Jake, until way after the fact. I thought I was adopting Amanda's baby.

Jake: Would that have made a difference? It wouldn't have made a difference? Right? It wouldn't have made any difference at all -- right.

Liza: No, it wouldn't have, because the moment that Stuart was in my arms, that was my son. Jake, what am I gonna do? I mean, she does have the right to change her mind. What if she wants her baby back?

Jake: Well, that would suck, but I don't know. I've been there. Twice.

Liza: Yeah. I don't think I could handle it.

Jake: Well, look, whatever happens, just know that you're not alone, ok? And the next time you decide to go on a solo mission, just don't.

Liza: I can handle that.

Jake: Ok. Can you handle lunch? 'Cause I'm starving? I can't -- I can't -- I gotta eat. I'll -- I'll treat.

Liza: I'll have lobster.

Krystal: Amanda is as deluded and clueless as ever.

Opal: Hmm. Well, maybe she likes it that way. I mean, you certainly did. You dumped that little munchkin upstairs, so at least Amanda, she gets to be with her child.

Krystal: I did not dump Jenny.

Opal: Oh, so you ran off. You dropped Tad like a sack of hot potatoes so you could jump into bed with the devil himself.

Krystal: Wait a minute now. Wait, wait. In all fairness that is not --

Opal: Fair? Fair? You do not have the right to use the word "fair," not after what you did.

Krystal: David was drugging me, Opal. Not that that is an excuse --

Opal: Then why don't you come right out and admit it?

Krystal: Admit what?

Opal: That you made a mistake.

Krystal: The biggest mistake of my life. And when I realized it, I left.

Opal: Mm-hmm. And where did you go, Krystal, when you had nowhere else to turn? You came running back here, didn't you? You came right back to the very man you had gutted in the first place. You're just lucky he didn't toss you right back out on the street. You hurt my Tad something fierce.

Krystal: I just wish I knew how to make it up to him.

Opal: Well, I think I got an idea where you could start.

Krystal: Maybe you're right. This living arrangement is hard on everybody, and I have hurt Tad enough. As long as I have joint custody of Jenny, maybe I should just find another situation. Just get my things together and --

Opal: Don't you dare.

David: Anything look good?

[Amanda sees Jake walk in with Liza]

David: Amanda?

Frankie: Is this the tox screen report?

Angie: Yeah. If Madison was just trying to make a point, it was awfully dangerous. She swallowed that entire bottle of pills. If someone hadn't found her --

Frankie: Yeah, well, according to Madison, she took the pills in her hotel room.

Jesse: Come on. She knew somebody would rescue her.

Angie: What else did Madison say?

Frankie: That we should have let her die.

Randi: Do you believe her?

Frankie: Part of me is starting to, but I still think it's a setup like everything else. I think Madison is still playing us.

Angie: Well, she is not going to do it in my hospital.

Krystal: I thought you would jump at the chance at having me out of this house.

Opal: A couple of months ago I might have.

Krystal: But now what?

Opal: What is it you want more than anything else in the world?

Krystal: I want my children to have it better than I did. The whole picture. Safe and happy.

Opal: And a big part of that picture is falling in love. I still see something between you and Tad, in addition to that beautiful daughter you share.

Krystal: What I felt for your son was real, Opal.

Opal: Was, or still is? That's what I thought. So now I think it's time for you to take control.

Krystal: How do I do that?

Opal: Well, I haven't the foggiest. I mean, you're the one who got yourselves into this mess, but I'm sure you can find a way out.

[Krystal sighs]

Krystal: What if it's too late?

Opal: Oh, too late? You and Tad have never done anything in order, have you? For all we know, this may just be the beginning.


Colby: Hey. Can I help you?

Bailey: Hi. I'm Bailey Welles. Do you know Liza Colby, by any chance?

Colby: Yeah, she's my mom. Bailey -- you left a message, right?

Bailey: I'm looking for my baby.

Amanda: Trevor's barely been outside, so we thought we'd get him some sun.

Jake: Well, that's -- that's good. It's vitamin D, and that's important.

Amanda: So, uh, what are you guys up to?

Jake: Nothing. I'm just helping Liza out for the day.

David: Great. I mean, Liza could use a man in her life. It must be hard raising Stuart all by your lonesome.

Jake: I'm gonna -- enjoy your lunch.

Liza: No, actually, I'm doing just fine.

David: Well, still, I mean, an extra set of hands is always useful -- no matter what you decide to use them for.

Liza: Yeah, all right, I'm gonna sit.

Amanda: What was that?

David: What?

Amanda: You made it sound as if they're involved or something. Jake and Liza are just friends.

David: I know, but you can't deny there's history there.

Amanda: So they've known each other for a long time. So what? It doesn't have to mean anything.

David: It doesn't have to, no.

Amanda: But you think it does?

David: I think Liza wants to have a man in her life for her son. That's why she's been zeroing in on Zach and that's why she's been trotting around with Jake.

Amanda: You're wrong.

David: Well, say I'm wrong. You can say it all you want. But the fact is, she did try it once already with Colby.

Amanda: Ok, listen, I'm not threatened, ok? And stop turning this around.

David: What is that supposed to mean?

Amanda: Uh, gee, David, I don't know. You just pulled a gun on the woman recently. It seems like you're the one with Liza issues, not me.

Jesse: So I hear you're claiming this is a suicide attempt.

Madison: I'm not claiming anything.

Angie: You tried to take your own life today.

Madison: Yes.

Jesse: Well, if that's the case, we're gonna have to move you.

Madison: Where?

Jesse: Oak Haven, our friendly little psychiatric --

Madison: I know what Oak Haven is.

Angie: They'll put you on suicide watch, have you undergo evaluation.

Madison: No.

Jesse: Yes. You got no choice. Protocol.

Angie: Could you check and see if the paperwork has come in yet?

Madison: I don't need to go anywhere.

Angie: Well, you're certainly not staying here.

Madison: You want me gone. I don't blame you. But there's another way.

Colby: Wow. That's intense. And you have no idea where he is?

Bailey: Just that he's with a loving family somewhere.

Colby: That's good, at least.

Bailey: Your mom wants me to forget about him, to move on.

Colby: Bailey, do you want to have a baby?

Bailey: I think you're the first person that's asked me that. I don't know. Everything happened so fast. I just want to see him, to hold him. And then I'll decide if I made a mistake.

Colby: I'll let my mom know you stopped by, but she's pretty good at what she does. If she thinks you're better off moving on, you might want to listen to her.

Bailey: He's mine, Colby. How can I just move on?

Colby: Just give me a minute, and I'll grab all your info.

[Bailey reads a note from Liza that she's having lunch downstairs and leaves]

Jake: Thank you.

Liza: This is killing you, isn't it?

David: Try to put yourself in my shoes for a second. I thought our son was dead, ok? Then all of a sudden he's not. I needed answers.

Amanda: So you put a gun to her head to get them?

David: I'm not proud of the way I threatened her, but I didn't see any alternatives. I would have done anything to get to my son, which is something we have in common. Besides, if there were ever a woman who could take being held at gunpoint in stride --

Amanda: Liza?

David: Yeah. She's pretty tough. Though I have to say, I'm pretty happy that she has a friend like Jake who can help her out. I mean, raising a child can be really scary. No one should have to do it alone.

Amanda: It's not like Jake moved in with her.

David: No, no, but it does look like he's moved on.

Amanda: Last night you said he'd come around, work things out with me.

David: Yeah, I know. I know what I said last night, but that was before I saw him today. Maybe I was wrong. You know, maybe he's trying to ease his pain right now of losing you by focusing on someone else.

Amanda: Ok, Jake did not lose me.

David: You know, you're right. He let you go.

Liza: So what's your plan?

Jake: You don't like plans.

Liza: Well, luckily, this one doesn't have anything to do with me. So, you still love her, you want to be with her. What are you gonna do about it?

Jake: That's the problem. I -- my wife is living with another man, so --

Liza: Well, just so she can be with her son.

Jake: Right. That's my point. How do you compete with that? And if I tell her to leave her son and not be with him, I am a giant ass. And if I go along with it, I'm an even bigger ass.

Liza: It's a catch 22.

Jake: Yep. And David is -- well, he's just sucking her in, inch by inch. He's doing to her the exact same thing he did to Krystal.

Liza: I think you're underestimating her.

Jake: Really?

Liza: Yeah.

Jake: I think you underestimate Hayward. He's taking my family as I sit here.

[Amanda is troubled to see Liza holding Jake's hand]

Singer: I want to feel your arms all wrapped around me tears are the fear I can't unveil when the world is cold and it's trying to tell me you are the one that I can't deny and the dark side --

Tad: Hey. You have any luck with Amanda?

Krystal: And before you say anything, Tad, you were right. I never should have gone over there.

Tad: So David was not exactly overjoyed to see you?

Krystal: Not quite.

Tad: Well, I know you. You gave it your best shot.

Krystal: Tad -- maybe there is -- another way -- to get Jake and Amanda back together.

Tad: I'm listening.

Krystal: Maybe they need incentive -- proof -- that you can go up against David and come out the other side.

Tad: From us? Well, correct me if I'm wrong, but I kind of got the impression that we'd -- you know, we'd pretty much crashed and burned.

Krystal: What if that made us stronger? And more committed than ever? Then Jake and Amanda would see that they can have that, too.

Tad: Krystal, what are you suggesting? We give it another shot, I mean, you and me?

Krystal: Give them hope, and then along the way, grab some of that for ourselves.

Tad: Second chance?

Krystal: Second chance. What do you say?

Jesse: She is a danger to herself and others, Franklin.

Frankie: Others, yeah, us in particular. But do you really think she tried to kill herself?

Randi: Look, what happens if Madison gets sent to Oak Haven?

Jesse: They'll evaluate her, see whether or not she needs psychiatric care.

Randi: But is she out of our hair for good?

Madison: Don't ignore me, Angie. I'm offering you a way to end this thing once and for all. You just have to get me some pills?

Angie: So you can prey on my son's sympathy again?

Madison: So I can finally be at peace. I really wasn't supposed to be found. Please help me finish what I started and you and your family will be free to move on with your lives.

Angie: And you?

Madison: I'll just be free.

Angie: You know, I'm still trying to figure out what the angle is. What is it this time? I get you the pills, you get me fired.

Madison: You get me the pills, I will get Randi off the hook.

Angie: Just like that?

Madison: I'll give you the keys to my safety deposit box.

Angie: Where you've been keeping the security hotel footage?

Madison: Yeah, and the tapes with Randi's confession on it. Look, hide them, burn them, whatever. They're yours.

Angie: Tell me something. Why should I believe a single word that you say?

Madison: Because if you don't -- if you force me to stay in this life, I will make sure that yours is just as miserable as mine.

Tad: Is that what you want?

Krystal: If you do.

Tad: Ha ha. Oh, no, you don't. Not on your life. I asked first. If we do it, it's got to be for real -- because of something real. I'm not gonna put on a show for Jake or Amanda --

Krystal: I'm not asking you to put on a show.

Tad: Do you really think it's possible? After everything -- that was -- broken?

Krystal: Everything I broke.

Tad: Do you really think it's possible?

Krystal: I know that it's possible -- for us, and for Jake and Amanda.

Tad: Ok, so -- how and where do we start?

Krystal: We start with the truth.

Tad: The what?

Krystal: There's something that you need to know.

Tad: Oh, for God sakes, woman, I haven't even said yes yet. There's always something I have to know?

Krystal: Tad -- Tad -- I came this close to throwing myself at David to keep him away from Amanda.

Tad: I'm sorry. You did what?

David: All right.

[David hands the baby to Amanda]

David: Ah, look at him, huh? He's pretty amazing, isn't he? Makes a father proud.

Amanda: Yeah.

Singer: We can't rewrite the past

Liza: You know, Jake, you just have to have faith. Because if you give up on Amanda, then she'll give up on you.

[Jake sighs]

Jake: What if she already has?

Liza: What?

Jake: That look. You know the look.

Bailey: Excuse me. Do you know where I can find Liza Colby?

[Stuart coos]

Waiter: I'll be right with you.

Liza: That's Bailey Welles. She's come to take my son.

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