All My Children Transcript Thursday 10/29/09
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Liza: You're late. Ok, so --
David: Some water, please.
Liza: I have the agreements here. And Amanda has agreed to artificial insemination to carry your child --
David: Yeah, yeah, I know -- in exchange for joint custody of both Trevor and the new baby. Got it.
Liza: Don't bull over the details here, David.
David: You know, I'm really busy at the clinic right now. Is there any way we can just have you messenger over the contract?
Liza: No, actually, this particular one needs a face-to-face.
Liza: Yeah, I want everybody going into this with their eyes wide open.
David: Yeah, I guess you're right. I mean, we wouldn't want to find ourselves in the mess you got yourself in with the mother of your adopted son.
Jake: Hello. Hmm. You should get some rest. You look like crap.
David: Huh. Well, you know how it is, Jake, when you're spending all your free time with your new son. Oh, I'm sorry. What -- what am I talking about? Why would you know that?
Liza: Ok, can we just try and be civil here, please? Now, I have incorporated everybody's concerns into the agreement. And I want everybody to read over them very carefully before you sign them.
Jake: Small print, Mr. Hayward's specialty.
Liza: And, Amanda, especially paragraph 2, sections A and B.
Amanda: You have got to be kidding me.
Emma: 9, 8, 6 -- 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.
Adam: Hello, Emma!
Little Adam: Grandpa!
Adam: Hey! Oh. Oh, I missed you, too, buddy. More than I can say.
Erica: I am so glad that you and Zach are working on this together now.
Ryan: Well, going solo didn't exactly get a confession out of Annie.
Erica: But focusing on Adam -- that is exactly the right approach. Nobody was closer to Stuart than Adam. And if Adam saw Stuart's murder, it's bound to come back to him.
Ryan: A little luck and the same pills he was taking that night, and we should get a confession out of him.
Ryan: Hey, have you --
Annie: Excuse me, have you seen --
Ryan: Have you seen Emma around anywhere?
Annie: My daughter? She's in a ladybug costume. It's -- it's really, really important I talk to her. She's about this tall. She's just wearing a little red and black --
Ryan: Excuse me. What the hell are you doing here? And what is so very, very important?
Adam: Little A, I want you to tell me everything. Now, how do you like this Halloween party? You having fun?
Little Adam: I wish Daddy were here.
Adam: You weren't really that upset when your daddy married Marissa, were you? Huh? I know that you will always love your real mother. But Marissa will always love you like you were her real little boy.
Little Adam: I missed you, Grandpa. I miss Uncle Stuart, too.
Adam: Oh. Yeah, I miss him every day of my life. Every day. He's a wonderful man. A wonderful, kind, loving man. What happened to him should never have happened. But if I could switch places with him, I'd do it. That's how much I wish he were here with us.
Scott: Huh? How do you get in here?
Zach: I know it's not my house, but you really got to work on the security.
Scott: Adam's not here.
Zach: I'm not here to see Adam.
Scott: Annie's not here, either.
Zach: I'm here to see you.
Ryan: What part of "leave Emma alone" don't you understand?
Annie: This is a public place, Ryan. You have no right.
Ryan: Actually, I do have a right. If you want to go to court and discuss your visitation rights, I'd be very happy to do -- Annie, this is not a joke, ok? I already let you see Emma today once.
Erica: Ryan --
Ryan: Don't move.
Erica: No, not so fast. Your mask is slipping. That's real fear I see. What are you so afraid of that's going to happen?
Natalia: I'm not upset. You just got it wrong, that's all. I mean, I wasn't looking away because I wanted to pretend your scars didn't exist. I was looking away because -- shoot, I didn't know how many layers you were going to take off. I was just trying to give you some privacy.
Brot: There's no need for that. There's nobody here but us cops.
Natalia: Uh -- no. I'm the only cop here, cadet.
Brot: All right. Cool. If that's the way you want to play it.
Natalia: I -- fine. When -- when I first met you, and I saw your scars, I was thrown. I thought, damn. That poor guy has been through hell. But -- but then I got to know you. And you were ok with it, so I'm ok with it. I mean, first impressions don't mean that much, anyway. Now when I look at you, I don't even see your scars, I just see -- I just see you.
Ryan: Hey, sweets, you having fun at the Halloween party?
Emma: I won the Halloween costume contest with Mommy's ladybug.
Ryan: Oh, that's terrific. That's great news.
Annie: That's great, sweetie. But you know what, Ryan? We should really let her get back to her friends.
Ryan: Adam, I'm a little surprised to see you here.
Erica: Yeah, this crowd's a little younger than your usual playmates, right?
Adam: Oh, yeah. Well, I've -- I was just walking to the park, and I saw my grandson. We've been catching up.
Adam: Yeah, I -- Emma, I didn't get much of a chance to talk with you. But that's a wonderful costume. I can see why you won.
Ryan: Yeah. Well, Ems, I think it's time to say good-bye to Adam and Annie, ok?
Annie: Can I -- can I just say good-bye in private for a second, Ryan, please? Just a second.
Annie: Hi. I'm going to see you really soon, ok, my sweetheart?
Emma: He's really sorry. You see, I don't think he meant to hurt his brother.
Annie: No, you're right. You're right. That's what I've been saying, sweetie. So you're -- you're not afraid of him anymore?
Adam: Well, I'm glad that we got a chance to talk, to visit. Come visit again soon, ok?
Erica: What just happened?
Ryan: I have no idea, but I don't like it.
Scott: I don't think we have much to say to each other.
Zach: Well, there is one thing, Scotty. I came to apologize.
Scott: For what?
Zach: The other night, I pushed you pretty hard, and you pulled a gun on me.
Scott: Maybe I'm supposed to apologize to you right now, but I don't think I will.
Zach: There's no need. I knew you weren't going to pull the trigger.
Scott: I'm not man enough for you?
Zach: But you are man enough to know that there's been enough bloodshed, enough pain.
Scott: Oh, hey, I crave all the pain I can get. I'm always on the lookout for more. Fortunately, it's a buyer's market around here.
Zach: What about Kendall? Do you think she's in the buyer's market? She deserves to be punished?
Scott: She was convicted.
Zach: But she's innocent. You know that. So you do nothing.
Scott: Get out.
Zach: All right, maybe you can live with it. What do you think your daddy would say?
Scott: You leave my father out of this.
Zach: What do you think your dad would say? You're punishing an innocent woman. Keeping her from her kids. What would Stuart think of you?
Colby: Oh, hey.
Colby: Ooh. My feet are killing me. I've been shopping all afternoon.
Bailey: What did you get?
Colby: Ooh. Well, the cutest jeans at a closeout sale. And these to-die-for shoes.
Bailey: Oh! Can I try them on?
Colby: Uh -- sure. So, how's the baby doing?
Bailey: Oh -- he cries, he eats, he sleeps, he cries. I love Stuart so much. It's just that maybe taking care of him full-time isn't exactly what I expected it to be.
Scott: I'm calling security, having you escorted off the property.
Zach: Oh, don't worry about it. I'll find my own way out. I know a shortcut. I shouldn't have come. It was a waste of time.
Scott: Then why did you come? Obviously, not to apologize.
Zach: You're a mystery to me. You're a Chandler with a conscience.
Scott: It is so gratifying to get your approval.
Zach: You know the first time I saw it? The night my son was in surgery. I saw the part of you that's Adam. All you wanted was that valve to work, so you could make more money. And then I saw the part that's Stuart. You just wanted my son to be ok. Tsk. Man, that's one hell of a struggle you got going on in there, one hell of a struggle. The good thing is, it's almost over. Now Stuart's gone. The good in you is slowly fading away.
Scott: All right, that's enough.
Zach: You're right, it is enough. Just one thing. Why would you pick Annie? Why protect her?
Scott: I didn't "pick" Annie.
Zach: Ok. I'm overthinking it, obviously. It's pretty simple, you know? Just, you want to sleep with her. You have slept with her -- whatever. Both.
Adam: What a vile thing to say about my nephew and my fiancée. You must be desperate to toss out such baseless accusations.
Zach: Baseless? Maybe. Why do you think she cancelled the wedding?
Annie: The wedding is not cancelled.
Annie: No. Just a misunderstanding. It's completely cleared up now.
Zach: Not clear to me.
Annie: Well, that's not really my problem. Oh, also, we've changed our minds. We don't want to get married at the ballroom at the casino anymore. I want a more intimate setting, like right here.
Zach: But same date, no postponement?
Annie: Same date. The date no one will ever forget.
Zach: Hmm. Yeah, I think you're right about that. Ok, I'll see you then. Scott.
Scott: You can't bluff Zach, Annie.
Adam: Yeah, Scott's right. Why did you tell him all that?
Annie: Because it's the truth.
David: I don't see the problem.
Amanda: The problem is, this clause states Jake and I can't have sex.
David: I'm not about to risk Martin knocking you up when I'm engaging your services to deliver a biological child of mine.
Jake: There's a risk of that possibly happening once she's conceived, but this is talking about not having relations until after the child is born.
David: You know something? This could be my last shot at giving Trevor a sibling. So this pregnancy is going to happen in a risk-free bubble.
Jake: What risk are you talking about? She can't get pregnant with my child if she's already pregnant with your child. Did you miss that day in med school, Dave?
David: Hey, you could give her an STD. How do I know how you're spending your time apart? Syphilis, herpes -- who knows?
Jake: You know what? We should go in the parking lot right now, all right?
Liza: Ok, you know what? We're not going to get physical here!
Jake: There's no way that I'm going to give her an STD.
David: Those are my terms.
Amanda: Does this say what I think it says?
Liza: Yeah, I'm afraid so.
Amanda: I have to stay with you in Wildwind until the baby is born?
David: That's right. Is there a problem with that?
Amanda: Why would you even want that?
David: The only place I can know that you're safe is in my home.
Amanda: Wow, do you not get why I am doing this at all? I am doing this to get back to my life. My life with Jake.
David: Got that. And I'm all for love. So what can I say? Patience is a virtue.
Colby: And two costumes for the Halloween party. I can't decide which to wear.
Bailey: What kind of party?
Colby: Monster themed. It's invitation only for people who did the dance marathon. It should be pretty cool.
Bailey: So who are you going with?
Bailey: Is he your guy?
Colby: Uh -- no way. He's like my default date.
Bailey: Which means he wants to bump it up a notch.
Colby: Uh -- he wants to bump a lot of things. Let's just not go there. Do you have a boyfriend?
Bailey: No. Well, I mean, Damon.
Colby: He's the one you hooked up with before -- Stuart happened?
Bailey: Yeah. He was the coolest guy in school. And when he hung out with me, I was queen of the pack. Until he found out I was pregnant. And then it was "Bailey who?"
Colby: He sounds like a complete tool.
Bailey: Yeah, he is. The thing is, I've been thinking about him a lot lately. It was this time last year when he got me pregnant. Now, that was a party.
Colby: Party's over, I guess.
Bailey: Halloween was always my favorite. Now look at me. I'm stuck in a house with a baby that's not even old enough to play.
Colby: Maybe things would work out better for you if you just walked. Let my mom bring him up.
Colby: I'm not saying it to hurt you.
Bailey: I know. You're right. Things would be so much easier if I just left. But Stuart's my son. Part of me. I can't walk away from that. Can I?
Ryan: Hey, Ems, what were you and Adam talking about?
Emma: He really misses his brother. I think he was crying.
Ryan: Really? Well, hey, why don't you go play with the rest of the kids, ok? All right, go have fun. It's ok. Stay where I can see you.
Erica: Ryan, that is so unlike Adam. To let himself appear so vulnerable in front of a child in a public place like this?
Ryan: Yeah. You thinking what I'm thinking?
Erica: I think so. Adam is completely primed to unlock the truth now, and I think all he needs is one little push.
Zach: Well, whatever we're going to do, we're going to have to do it fast.
Erica: Why do you say that? Has something happened?
Zach: The wedding's back on.
Ryan: How do you know that?
Zach: Annie just told me.
Ryan: And once they're married, Annie is going to have the full power of the Chandler name behind her and we lose all of our leverage.
Zach: One week and that window's closed.
Brot: Well, I'm a mess from trying to fix your dead car. I should try to get these grease stains off.
Natalia: All right.
Brot: So I'm curious. You say you know me. Well, who is that, anyway? Oh --
Natalia: What do you mean?
Brot: I mean, am I the guy you got stuck with at the dance marathon? Or the guy who bugged you when he said he wanted to become a cop?
Natalia: Come on, both of those were petty first impressions. I didn't even know you back then.
Brot: Oh. And you know me now?
Natalia: Wait, how did we get on this subject, anyway?
Brot: Well, we're waiting for that tow truck. I figured I'd make a little conversation, you know.
Natalia: Well, I'm not the type of person to over-analyze everybody, ok? You are who you are, I am who I am. End of story.
Brot: No worries.
Natalia: All right.
Brot: I am a mess.
Natalia: Do you -- you want some help with that?
Brot: No, I can do it by myself.
Natalia: Turn around.
Adam: I don't understand. Emma was dead set against this wedding.
Scott: Yeah, you really don't want to rush --
Annie: Scott, can Adam and I have a moment, please?
Annie: Things have changed. Whatever you said to Emma, it put her mind at ease about -- everything. I mean, all of her fears have just gone away.
Adam: Yeah, I tried -- I tried to talk to Little Adam about Stuart in -- at the party. Now, maybe Emma got some reassurance from my rambling.
Annie: Well, or maybe she saw all of the love in you.
Adam: Well, I went to -- to the park to -- well, give her a hand, to convince her. But at that moment, I was speaking strictly from my heart.
Annie: You know what? None of it even matters anymore. All that matters is that I love you, and we're going to be married soon. Do you love me, Adam?
Adam: I reckon so, yeah.
Annie: And I love that you are reaching out to Emma, but just -- you know, you just have to give her some space, and she'll come around, and -- and we'll be a family soon. That's good!
Annie: Oh! Oh, no! Oh, I got lipstick on your jacket.
Annie: Oh, silly me. Why don't you go take care of that?
Adam: Yeah, well, I need a little -- little bit more of that.
Annie: Ok. Mwah.
Scott: Ahem. We need to talk.
Annie: I know. Not here.
Amanda: Did you think if you had this all written out in legalese, I wouldn't understand that you're locking me in your castle?
David: I'm not trying to sneak anything into this contract. I want everyone to know what's on the table.
Amanda: That I'm expected to be your slave?
David: No, not at all. But I think it's very important for all of us to remember that I suffered greatly because of this man. Starting with his heartless scam to make me think my son was dead.
Jake: Well, that was wrong, but I was doing it to protect the kid from you.
David: Yeah, all right. Given that, I think I've been pretty damn generous. So if I put any conditions on this contract to protect my interests, well, you can hardly blame me.
Amanda: Conditions are one thing. This is blackmail.
Jake: He's been blackmailing you since the beginning.
David: Hmm, semantics. Call it what you want.
Amanda: I call it over. I am not signing this.
David: Fine. But you should remember, Amanda, that I was the one that came up with this idea to give you your dream, joint custody. But hey, if you don't want it, all right. You know, maybe I might have to reconsider the whole situation.
Colby: I think you're doing a really great job taking care of Stuart.
Colby: Yeah. And that stuff I said about your life being better off without him -- it's not exactly true. I mean, parties are great and everything, but --
Bailey: But it's not as good as having your own family, right?
Colby: Well, that depends on your family.
Bailey: And hey, in a little bit, I'll be able to take him out trick or treating and stuff, right? Oh, he'd look so cute in a Peter Pan costume. You know, when I look at Stuart, I see so much of Damon.
Colby: Does that make you miss him?
Bailey: I don't know. Maybe. I haven't seen him in a really long time. He was cute, though.
[Stuart cries on baby monitor]
Colby: It's ok. I'll get him.
Zach: Scott didn't buy that I came over there to apologize, but I got to case the joint.
Ryan: But is he at least going to be on the lookout for us?
Zach: I don't know. I think he's hiding something, too.
Erica: They're all hiding something.
Ryan: But you got what you needed over there, right?
Zach: I have an idea.
Ryan: Ok. Well, what is it? I mean, Adam's primed. He's ready to go.
Erica: Absolutely. Whatever he's holding inside -- whatever truth that is, that is just ready to take him to the breaking point.
Zach: I know what I have to do.
Ryan: So do we.
Annie: I thought it was "game over" at the park. Ryan stopped me before I could get to Emma.
Scott: But not before Adam found her.
Annie: The thing is, she didn't tell him that he's the one who killed Stuart. Instead, she listened to him and saw how sad he was, and saying how Stuart's death was a horrible accident.
Scott: Well, what was her reaction?
Annie: She seemed relieved.
Scott: No, it can't be that simple.
Annie: No, I think she saw how sad Adam was, and she felt bad for him.
Scott: Even so, Annie --
Annie: Do you understand how great this is? It means everything is done. It is perfect. I can move on with my wedding, and all the skeptics can shut up.
Scott: No, will you shut up? Just -- listen, hear me out, ok? What -- whatever happened between Emma and Adam in the park, maybe it doesn't matter.
Annie: What are you saying?
Scott: I'm talking about Uncle Adam. He was always so dependent on my father telling him the right thing to do, even if he didn't do it. And now it's as if he's trying, but he just doesn't know how to get there.
Annie: I -- I don't understand what you're talking about.
Scott: No, I think you do. I know that I said that it was best to keep this secret buried -- for Adam's sake, not to add more pain on top of pain. But I don't know anymore.
Annie: Ok. Ok, well, I know. This is all finally coming together, and now you're having second thoughts? Come on, I thought you cared about me, Scott. I thought I could trust and confide in you about this.
Scott: No, I do care about you --
Annie: Please, please, please, please. Please, I'm begging you, I'm begging you. We have to stay strong.
Liza: Wow, you are a piece of work.
David: I've been called worse.
Liza: For good reason.
David: I see it all as a compliment to me, Liza. When people are that frustrated with you, usually it means you're winning.
Liza: Can -- do I need to remind you that Amanda just ripped up the contract?
David: Hmm. And I believe she's going to be back here in a minute asking for a new copy.
Liza: Well, you are pretty sure of yourself.
David: I just know she's going to realize that this is the best deal she's going to get.
Liza: What, and Jake is supposed to just be ok with this and let her just sign the contract?
David: Jake is the reason she's in this mess in the first place.
Liza: Well, that might be true, but it's still not going to sit well with them.
David: Well, if she wasn't so damn caught up in making him happy, she would have signed on the dotted line by now. But I get the feeling she's getting that now.
Brot: You know what? That's probably good enough.
Natalia: Well, come on. I mean, if you can get this messy from working on the car to get us both out of here, it's the least I can do.
Brot: Ok. Well, I am a little different from you, though.
Natalia: Ok. What's that supposed to mean?
Brot: It means I am the kind of guy who analyzes everybody. I've always been that way. I'm pretty good at it, too.
Natalia: Well, don't keep me in suspense.
Brot: Ok. You like to put your guard up around strangers. Probably a good trait for a cop, because you play things close to the vest. Blend into the woodwork, try not to be noticed. It's probably something you picked up from your dad while he was on the run.
Natalia: I'm listening.
Brot: But when I look close, I see you trying to keep people from noticing how you like to push yourself. You get a charge out of setting goals and reaching them all by yourself. Independent, which is very cool. And pretty hot, too. But we're talking about what's on the inside, right?
Amanda: Just because David's holding all the cards, it doesn't mean this is right.
Jake: Well, maybe we're lucky he's not asking for more.
Amanda: Asking for more? No sex and locked in that mausoleum for nine months?
Jake: Honey, if you are saying no to this because you're afraid that saying yes means he's going to really stick it to me, then you --
Amanda: Well, he is.
Jake: Babe, what's really important to you in this life?
Amanda: Jake, what is important to me has not changed. It is you, Trevor, and this new baby.
Jake: Well, I have said this before. I can't tell you what to do with your body. But if this is going to work, we need to treat it like it's a business deal. You know? And what you said before is true. He is -- he's holding all the cards. So if -- if we do this, we get our life back, we get our family back in nine months, right? Can you wait nine months? I -- I can wait nine months.
Natalia: Um -- anyways -- um -- so you want my take on you? Here it is.
Brot: You know you don't have to do this.
Natalia: Oh, but you know me so well. What, you can dish it, but you can't take it?
Brot: Ok, all right. All right.
Natalia: Ok, ok, all right.
Brot: All right, go for it.
Natalia: Well, you want to know what I think?
Natalia: I think you're -- you're pretty amazing. I don't know if -- if you've always been able to handle the raw deal, of if that's something -- some sort of strength that you got after the -- the war. I think that -- I think that you're brave, confident -- and generous. Which is -- is a lot to say when --
Brot: When I have a mug like this to look at in the mirror every morning?
Natalia: Yeah. Anyway -- um -- when I look at you, that's what I see. Just trying to keep the conversation ball rolling.
Natalia: Um -- oh. Don't forget this.
Brot: Yeah. All right.
Natalia: Uh -- these are from my car engine?
David: You know what's really bugging you, Liza?
Liza: Do tell.
David: It's not that I fill my contracts with heartless, twisted clauses. It's that I know how to get what I want.
Liza: So did Attila the Hun.
David: Hmm. Joke all you want, but people like me -- we keep this world spinning nice and neatly.
Liza: Well, you know, I hope that that thought keeps you warm at night -- and all those lonely nights when you look around and you realize that you have no friends.
David: You know, people could use friends like me, Liza. For those lonely moments when bold action is required. Kind of like the situation you found yourself in.
Liza: Ok, you know what? You can leave my situation out of this.
David: Stuart's mother showing up at your doorstep, not knowing if she wants to keep her child or not. Now, that is a project that I could wrap up into a nice bow by the weekend.
Liza: Well, thank you, but no, thank you.
David: You're going to be sorry you turned me down. I'm good at this. And here's my proof.
Amanda: I would like another document. I'm ready to sign.
Liza: Um -- all right, I will have another one made up for you as soon as I can.
Amanda: And send it to Wildwind. I'll be back by there later. We have somewhere to be right now.
David: All right, now, wait a minute. Where do you think you're going?
Amanda: It is none of your damn business. I haven't signed on the dotted line yet.
Singer: And you can be my fantasy my life has just begun oh, can you take me away?
Liza: Yeah. You're really good at this.
Brot: Natalia, come on, let me explain.
Natalia: You know what? Explain what? How my spark plugs just flew into your pocket? Or how my car was never broken down to begin with?
Brot: Well, maybe I was just trying to score -- you know, get some alone time with you.
Natalia: Trying to score? Oh, that's cute. You know what, one question. Was this your idea? Or did my father put you up to this to keep me off the case? Huh.
Brot: Natalia, come on -- no, no!
Natalia: No, no, no! Nice to see you can follow orders, cadet. As a matter of fact, here's another one. Walk your butt back to Pine Valley, 'cause I'm taking the car!
Bailey: Hey, Colby, come out when you have the costume on. I want to see it.
[Bailey sends her text to Damon: "Trick or treat."]
Liza: All right, you've got to get back to the hospital, and -- oh, I got to make another contract for Amanda. And then I have to take a long, cleansing shower.
David: You think this is all a game to me, don't you?
Liza: Well, how else would you describe it?
David: You talked about me being lonely earlier. Has it ever occurred to you why I want a child in the first place?
Liza: To keep you company?
David: To love me. And to make sure that Trevor has a child to grow up with.
Liza: Wow, you sound sincere. Hmm.
David: Let me tell you something, Liza. As I've gotten older, I've come to realize that there are only two things in life that count. Love and family.
Liza: How is it that someone who sounds so convincing is so hard to believe? Excuse me.
David: Love and family, Liza. It's no joke.
Amanda: You know, in about 24 hours, doing this is going to be a breach of contract.
Jake: Really? The only contract I care about is the one I made with you. And that's to love you forever.
Erica: Ok. Everything's set on my end. We're still on?
Erica: Ryan, do you really think this is going to bring Kendall home?
Ryan: I think it's her best shot. It may be our only shot for Emma, too.
Erica: Well, then it has to work.
Ryan: You didn't run into any problems?
Erica: No, not on my end. Everything is all set up just the way we said. How about on your end?
Ryan: Oh, as good -- as -- everything is ready. The late Stuart Chandler will be making his appearance on Halloween right on time.
Annie: Was it Zach? Did he say something to get to you?
Scott: I do my own thinking. And this has never sat right with me, not from the moment that you told me that Adam killed my father.
Annie: You said it yourself. If Adam finds out what he did, it will kill him.
Scott: I know what I said, but maybe -- maybe this is what's killing him. I mean, he seems so frail all of a sudden. It's like he -- he knows what the truth is. He's -- and he's trying to let it out.
Annie: Or maybe -- maybe he just wants to keep it hidden forever.
Scott: Or maybe, Annie, by nudging him carefully is the best way to get him the help that he needs.
[Adam sees the message on the wall "Help me, Adam" that Zach put up in place of a painting and runs off to get Annie while Zach replaces the painting]
Adam: Stuart? S -- Stu -- Stuart! Oh, God. It's -- it's Stuart.
Annie: Adam --
Adam: I swear -- I swear, it's Stuart.
Scott: What's wrong?
Adam: He's inside!
Annie: What -- what is it?
Scott: What? Was somebody here?
Annie: Adam, talk to me. Are you all right?
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