AMC Transcript Tuesday 11/10/09

All My Children Transcript Tuesday 11/10/09

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Episode #10248

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[Knock on door]

Liza: Uh, Bailey's not here, and if she were, I don't think she'd want to see you.

Damon: I can wait.

Liza: All right. Go wait somewhere else.

Damon: I want to see Bailey -- 

Liza: Mmm.

Damon: And our kid. Thought I wouldn't find out?

Liza: Well, it doesn't really matter, because I am Stuart's mother now.

Damon: Bailey and I made him. Isn't that why she's here?

Liza: Bailey's my guest, and legally, Stuart is my son.

Randi: Ha!

Frankie: To the best honeymoon ever.

Randi: Ha. With every minute, every hour, every week we had to wait.

Frankie: Mmm. Now, are you sure you don't mind the change of plans? Wouldn't you rather be on a beach in Hawaii?

Randi: No. With you is exactly where I want to be.

Frankie: Oh, good answer.

Randi: Mmm. A whole week with you, alone, just you and I in this casino, no one knowing, when am I ever gonna get that again?

Frankie: Oh, I'll make sure it happens.

Randi: It's a shame that we're, uh, due back today.

Frankie: Yeah, well, our plane is still in the air, so -- 

Randi: So?

Frankie: Take-off time.

[Someone sneaks into the apartment and hides in the closet]

Natalia: I'll get the door.

Brot: Go on, get your --

Natalia: I got it, I got it.

Brot: So stubborn.

Natalia: Come on, back up off me.

Brot: Open the door. Thanks.

Natalia: I know. Ah! We have got to get this place decorated.

Brot: Chill. Frankie and Randi are still in the air. There's no rush.

Natalia: Yeah, well, not for long.

Brot: Look, I texted Frankie earlier and offered them a ride from the airport. He turned me down, so that buys us plenty of time, which I got a question. Did you tell your dad about the party?

Natalia: Uh, yeah, I did. I was gonna call Angie, but he said he wanted to handle it. Weird, huh?

[Techno music playing at ConFusion]

Angie: I'm working.

Jesse: Yeah, I can see that. You still -- you still bugging that up? About the way you got Hayward's job?

Angie: I'm too busy to think about it.

Jesse: Too busy to think about what's going on with us? Frankie and Randi are coming back from their honeymoon today. Natalia's throwing them a little welcome home party. She wants us to be there.

Angie: Do I look like I have time to party?

Jesse: Guess not. You look like you're still angry with me.

Angie: You know what? I'm not mad. I just don't want to deal with you right now.

Jesse: Any idea when you will want to deal with me?

Angie: I have to get back to the hospital.

Amanda: It's always the same. I'm in the hospital, but it feels like a prison. It's empty but someone's calling my name. And it's sometime in the future, 10, 20 years maybe. I don't know which way to go, but I keep hearing someone calling me. So I go down a corridor, and there he is. "You're ovulating. We don't have all day." And I don't want to go inside. I think to myself, I can't do it again. I can't go in there one more time. I've had that nightmare almost every night since we signed the contract. I know we did the right thing, it's just -- you know, what if it doesn't take right away? What if I have to go in over and over and over and never get pregnant? And it all comes down to that appointment. This could be the beginning of everything for us -- or not.

Jake: Well, you're gonna be fertile. You're fertile. There's no reason why you wouldn't be fertile.

Amanda: Oh.

[Kiss]

Amanda: You're gonna be late to the hospital.

Jake: Yeah.

Amanda: I'm sorry. I'm sorry I'm such a case.

Jake: No. Here's what's gonna happen, all right? Your insemination is gonna go off without a hitch, and then nine months later, you're gonna have two beautiful babies, and then we're gonna spend all of our time together, just you and me, and I'm gonna keep you so busy you won't have time for nightmares or sleep, really, for that matter.

Amanda: Ha ha. I love you.

Jake: I love you, too. All right, I'll see you. I'll see you soon.

Amanda: Ok.

David: Good news. That was our doctor. Tomorrow's the big day. 

Bailey: When I was swinging him, he was making these sounds that he wanted me to keep going.

Damon: Are we gonna talk about swings or this?

Bailey: What?

Damon: How I found out I'm that kid's father.

Bailey: What's to talk about?

Damon: I had to hear it from your parents. You told me the kid was hers, you were just babysitting. Where do you get off lying to me?

Bailey: Why should I tell you the truth? You freaked out when I got pregnant, vanished. So don't act like you give a crap now, ok, about me or the baby.

Damon: Nice setup you got here. Your roommate's not so great, but she probably slipped you some extra cash to keep you happy.

Bailey: So you want your cut? Is that why you're here, to cash in on our baby?

Damon: Is that why you're here, to collect?

Bailey: I'm here because I had to see that he was ok.

[Stuart fusses]

Bailey: I got him. What's wrong, buddy? Here you go. He needs a diaper. I'll get it.

Liza: So is Bailey right? Is that why you're here, see what you can get?

Damon: I'm not a taker. I'm a good guy. I can see that you got a problem.

Liza: Yeah, I'm looking right at him.

Damon: When you said you were the kid's mom, Bailey got all tense. She didn't like what she was hearing, so I'm thinking she might want to keep that kid, and you're afraid you'll have to give him back. Doesn't have to happen.

Liza: Let me guess, you've got some sort of really great solution here.

Damon: Bailey's always been hot for me. All I have to do is act interested, make the play. You know, the kid or me kind of deal.

Liza: Right. Yeah. You get the hell out of my house.

Damon: I can help you.

Liza: Uh, listen, Bailey and I are the ones that are in this together, and we're doing what's best for Stuart. I'm not selling her out.

Damon: I guess it just depends on what you want -- and how bad you want it.

Liza: Mm-hmm.

Brot: Left?

Natalia: Up. Left. Right. Left. Right. Bring it to this way. It's good.

Brot: Are you sure? You know, as much as I would love to be doing this all day -- 

Natalia: When you're not busy pulling people's sparkplugs out of their cars.

Brot: That was cold.

Natalia: Well, you better be lucky I'm the forgiving kind. So when are you gonna tell me, Brot?

Brot: What? What?

Natalia: What? The P.D. is not that big.

Brot: Have you been checking up on me?

Natalia: No. Word is you could be officially on the force within a month. Admit it.

Brot: Ok. Maybe sooner.

Natalia: You're holding out on me.

Brot: What? It's no big deal. I'm just graduating. That's it.

Natalia: Early, with honors. God, you could have told me.

Brot: I figured you'd be pissed. Seems like you are now.

Natalia: Well, I am now, because you think I'm that insecure, that petty? Come on, Brot, get it through your head.

Brot: No. I don't think that, Natalia. I actually think you're pretty hot.

Jesse: Hey, party animals.

Natalia: Hi!

Brot: Hey.

Jesse: Ready for this?

Natalia: What's up?

Jesse: Hey.

Natalia: Hi.

Jesse: How you doing?

Natalia: Good. Where's Angie?

Jesse: Ah, she wasn't able to make it.

Natalia: Right. Well -- the woman who stays up until dawn making Frankie's favorite lasagna? I mean, the mom who does his laundry when Randi's not looking, because she doesn't get his whites white enough?

Jesse: Ho -- 

Natalia: Right? I don't believe it.

Jesse: Yeah, well, it's the new job, you know?

Natalia: You got to do better than that.

Jesse: All right, busted. It's me. Doghouse, big time.

Natalia: Why?

Jesse: Ahh -- that crooked? Hey, get up here.

Brot: Ah --

Jesse: Get back up here.

Amanda: All right, I'm gonna go check on Trevor.

David: No, wait a minute. I wanted to ask you for a favor.

Amanda: Well, if it's for a third kid or a twin -- 

David: Ha ha. No. Nothing like that. I was thinking of doing a complete home makeover. You know, I want to make this place into a place where people come to have fun, you know, feel happy and, you know, welcome.

Amanda: And you're still gonna live here?

David: Ha ha. Yes, I am. I just -- I want to make this into a home for our children -- a real home -- you know, with cookies in the oven and warmth, nurturing, a place for happiness.

Amanda: I've heard prints are cozy.

David: What I'm trying to say, Amanda, is I can't do this without you. I don't have a clue as to how to decorate. I don't know what I'm doing. So what do you say, hmm? I mean, help me remake this place from top to bottom. Whatever you want, ok? Whatever you need to make it into a home. And money is absolutely no object.

Amanda: A total remodel?

David: Yeah.

Amanda: That's gonna take forever. I'm only gonna be here for nine months. I'm gonna be long gone.

David: Yeah, but what if it takes a few tries or even more --

Amanda: No. No. This has to work the first time, so don't talk about this being stuck here for months and months.

David: Ok. Look, I'm not -- I'm sorry. I don't mean to upset you, but I would think you would want to have some input. This is your home, too.

Amanda: No! This is not my home! This will never be my home! My home is with Jake.

Jake: Hey, I'm glad to see you. I wanted to ask you a favor. I'd like to switch my shift. I've already checked with Evans. He said it's cool. I was just looking for my prescription pad 'cause I got to do a triplicate, and I don't remember really --

Angie: Look, for goodness sakes, Jake, you're a big boy. Can you figure this out for yourself?

Jake: Ooh. Someone hasn't had their frosty flakes.

Angie: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I really am.

Jake: It's ok. You're buried in paperwork.

Angie: Yeah, yeah.

Jake: I get it.

Angie: You know, it's a lot to deal with. I mean, the workload and then David pulling strings behind the scenes trying to trip me up.

Jake: David's pulling strings. Shocking.

Angie: Do you know he is actually inventing problems with staff, union, suppliers? You know, and between doing the job and trying to untangle his games, I don't know what --

Jake: Exhausting.

Angie: I don't know what day it is.

Jake: Not that in a million years I'd like to see him be the chief of staff again, but you know, you have to ask yourself, is it really worth it?

Angie: It had to be done.

Jake: Right. So you could be stressed and tense and miserable. Look, I hated him as the chief of staff, ok, but if we had to do it, we could keep on keeping on. Just ask yourself, is it worth it? Do you have enough time for your life? Do you have enough time for your family?

Angie: I did this for my family, and to be honest, I did it for you, too. David switched Adam's meds, substituted the same ones he used before.

Jake: So he was dosing Adam again.

Angie: I went to David, and I told him that I had proof that he switched the medication. I was going to turn him in. He doesn't have that nurse Gayle to take the fall again.

Jake: Right.

Angie: But he had something just as good: You wrote the prescription, and David threatened to take you down with him.

Jake: Wow. So you blackmailed him, and it worked.

Angie: Yeah, something like that.

Jake: Well, I can't thank you enough for doing that for me. And you said your family, too. What did you mean?

Angie: You know, maybe I'm just tired of seeing David mess with everyone in this town and getting away with it. He didn't go to jail, but at least he doesn't get to hide behind being chief of staff anymore.

Jake: Right. He just gets to spend all of his time making all of us miserable.

Angie: Yeah, well, I seem to be one of the few that can take whatever he throws at me.

Jake: Yeah, but, Angie, you're the chief of staff now. The chief of staff. Hello. That's fantastic. You should be proud of yourself.

Angie: You think? Well, then why don't you tell me why don't I feel that all I did was sink to his level. And, Jake, I am not proud of that.

Jake: No, listen, listen. You're the chief of staff. You're gonna be terrific. This hospital needs you, ok? And David, his focus will be somewhere else, at least for the next nine months, I promise you that.

Amanda: I'm going to be very busy honoring our deal -- getting pregnant, having a healthy pregnancy, and delivering a perfect baby. Then I'm out of here.

David: You know, well, I'm sorry to have to tell you this, but if it takes a few tries, you're not gonna be leaving here for quite a while.

Amanda: I plan on being pregnant the minute that we leave the doctor's office.

David: Ok, that's what I want, too, ok? But I'm just offering you something to focus on while we're waiting for the baby to arrive.

Amanda: Here's an idea: Why don't I focus on redecorating my home with Jake?

David: Ok, you know, I know this is gonna come as a big shock to you, but not everything I say or do has a devious motive. I have to get back to the hospital.

Bailey: Where's Damon?

Liza: Uh, I kicked him out.

Bailey: I'm sorry if he upset you. He's not that bad of a guy.

Liza: No, he's a lot of fun, and he's got a killer smile. Look, he didn't look at Stuart once, did he?

Bailey: No.

Liza: No. Bailey, I mean, you said it yourself, he never wanted to be a father. He didn't come here for a play date. And he certainly doesn't look at Stuart as his son in any way. I'm sorry if that sounds harsh.

Bailey: Um, it's almost time for Stuart's checkup.

Liza: All right, I'll go get him ready.

Bailey: I'll do it. When I came back from the park, the way you were talking to Damon about Stuart and me just being a guest -- 

Liza: Well, I had to be strong and set the parameters, so that -- that little brat doesn't think that there's anything here for him.

Frankie: Mmm. You wouldn't want to join me in the shower, would you?

Randi: Mmm, then we'd definitely miss our plane.

Frankie: Mmm -- 

Randi: Yeah, I know.

Frankie: All right, all right, all right. [Mumbling]

Randi: Hey, should I turn on your cell? I mean, we might get another text from Brot.

Frankie: Oh, no. Just leave it. I want to keep the outside world outside for as long as possible.

Randi: Good idea.

Frankie: Argh.

Randi: Go take a shower. Just in case. Ahh -- 

[Cell phone beeps]

Brot: Frankie and Randi must be having a blast. Haven't heard from them since they left.

Jesse: Hey, it's called a honeymoon.

Brot: Hey, you know what? We left the -- what? We left the beer in the car.

Natalia: I'll get it.

Brot: I got -- I got the keys.

Natalia: Well, I'm already on it if you can get the keys out of your pocket. Hey, Angie?

Angie: What is it, Natalia? I'm going to a meeting.

Natalia: Oh, I'm sorry. I just -- real quick, I wanted to know if you were gonna come to Randi and Frankie's welcome-home party.

Angie: Listen, I have reports on my desk piled up to I don't know where that are all due yesterday. I have back-to-back meetings, staff evaluations --

Natalia: It's Dad, isn't it? You don't want to come, because you're mad at him.

Angie: Natalia, I just said I'm busy.

Natalia: Well, you can come now because he's not. Look, I don't know what's going down between you two, and I don't want to know, but I mean, Dad decided to change his mind, because he didn't want you to miss Randi and Frankie's homecoming. He thought you'd feel more comfortable if he sat this one out for you.

Angie: Your dad said that?

Natalia: Will you come, please?

Angie: All right, listen, maybe for a little bit.

Natalia: You won't regret it.

Jesse: Did you open that window?

Brot: Nah.

Jesse: Frankie and Randi wouldn't have left that open.

Brot: I think, uh, I think Natalia opened it to get some fresh air.

Liza: Look, I -- oh, hey, it's you.

Amanda: Yeah, it's me. I need to see the contract with David again.

Liza: Sure, sure, sure. I've got one right here. What are you looking for?

Amanda: A deadline, a time limit, something that lets me out of this if I don't get pregnant the first or second time.

Liza: Uh, Amanda, I hate to tell you this, but there was no deadline specified in the contract. It's good until you produce a baby.

Amanda: So I could be stuck for months, years, trying to get pregnant to get away from David?

Liza: Yes, and be contractually bound to live with him for the duration.

Amanda: Well, then the insemination will just have to work the first time. That's all there is to it.

Liza: What, don't look at me. I've tried for years, and it didn't work.

Amanda: So you adopted. Well, I don't have that choice.

Liza: Listen, adoption comes with its own set of complications as well.

Amanda: I've totally blown it, haven't I? So there's no way out of this unless I get pregnant?

Liza: No. You're in it until you produce a child.

Amanda: And if it takes too long, and I back out?

Liza: Then you're in breach.

Amanda: Which means that I'll never get custody of Trevor.

David: I spoke with Amanda to confirm our appointment tomorrow.

Doctor: How's she doing?

David: Well, she's, uh, ha ha. She's a bit nervous. She's suddenly worried that she's not gonna get pregnant the first time around. I'm assuming you discussed that with her.

Doctor: I told her there was a very real possibility that the procedure won't be effective the first time. Or the second. I make sure my patients are fully cognizant of the facts, good and bad, so they can make informed choices.

David: Right.

Doctor: I believe in full disclosure.

David: Oh, that's great. I'm all for that. I think it's wonderful that you made Amanda aware of the possibilities. I think that we need to make sure that we know what we're getting ourselves into. Especially if things don't turn out as we had hoped.

Doctor: You are going to make the appointment tomorrow?

David: Oh, yeah, absolutely. Trust me, my number one priority is to get Amanda pregnant. You do realize that was a private conversation, don't you?

Jake: About my wife.

David: Mmm. And about the deal we made.

Jake: Ah, the deal. Yes. You know what, Davey boy, since it's just you and me, why don't we just spill our guts right now. The deal. Nice touch making Amanda your surrogate, by the way, but the cold hard facts here are this deal was structured for one reason and one reason only, right? To try and break Amanda and me up.

David: Wow. You really think I have a shot? Hmm.

Frankie: You turned on my phone?

Randi: Oh, I was just trying to figure it out. What does this mean?

Frankie: "Unknown caller." I don't know. But there is one way to find out. Who is this? Hit send, and we'll see if we get an answer.

Brot: I could use a beer right now.

Jesse: Where's Natalia?

Brot: Yeah, I don't know. I'm gonna go check on her, see what's taking her so long. Be right back.

Jesse: Oh.

Brot: I found her trying to take off with the whole case.

Natalia: Whatever. You lying.

Brot: No. What's wrong?

Jesse: Nothing. I just thought I, uh, heard the neighbors. Must have been the neighbors. Hey, beers, right on time.

Natalia: Where's Frankie and Randi, though? Maybe we should call the airport and see if their flight's on time.

Jesse: No, no. You know what? Let them squeeze every minute, every second out of this honeymoon.

Angie: Hope I'm not too late.

Jesse: You made it.

Angie: What are you doing here?

Natalia: Uh, my bad.

Angie: No, it's not your bad. You lied to me.

Natalia: I -- I just wanted to have you both here. Ok, you've butted heads, but isn't it more important that we're all together celebrating as a family --

Jesse: Natalia.

Brot: She was just trying to help, that's all.

Jesse: I didn't -- I didn't ask for your help. Look, I messed up, all right? I deserve whatever I got coming. Look, whenever you're in a relationship, you shouldn't keep secrets, because you're afraid of how the other person's gonna react. I was wrong.

Angie: Oh, that's just great. Admit your mistake, make me the bad guy.

Jesse: That's not what I'm doing. I -- you see there. That's why you stay out of business that ain't yours.

Angie: You don't need to take it out on her. I'm leaving.

Jesse: No. I'll go.

Angie: You were already here.

Jesse: If I leave, you can stay.

Angie: I don't want to stay.

Jesse: Well, you know, I --

[Randi and Frankie laughing]

Randi: Hi.

Brot: Uh, welcome home.

Natalia: Surprise!

Frankie: Huh. Nice.

Randi: Nice.

Frankie: Yeah.

Amanda: I've been having dreams about how long this could take. Well, not dreams. Nightmares.

Liza: Maybe you ought to not eat before you go to bed.

Amanda: How could I be so stupid and think that this could be an easy nine-month thing?

Liza: Well, I mean, it could be.

Amanda: And what if it's not? I'm stuck. I'm stuck under David's roof, under his thumb. How can Jake and I survive month after month, getting our hopes up, getting slammed with bad news, and then having to start all over again? You know? And what if getting pregnant wasn't even the point? What if David is just putting me through this insanity, because he's trying to get between me and Jake?

Liza: Well, that's a very David move, and you have every reason to be concerned, but, Amanda, you have one thing that David does not: Honey, you have love. You have true love. You've got to trust in that. You've got to trust in Jake.

Amanda: I do, but what if love is not enough?

Liza: Then you have me. Listen, I signed on to this deal to make sure that your interests were protected.

Amanda: The contract's signed. It's a done deal. It's kind of late, isn't it?

Liza: Well, me protecting you does not end when you sign on the dotted line.

Amanda: You think you can help?

Liza: I have an idea.

David: I smell nerves, Jake. Are you worried?

Jake: No. Not at all. I --

David: No? Well, what are you doing here, barking?

Jake: You're lucky I don't lift my leg.

David: Ha ha. Amanda signed the agreement, Jake. She honors her obligations, as do I.

Jake: But you're kind of hoping it lasts a little longer than nine months, right? This way you can work your black Satan magic.

David: Well, what's black Satan magic in the face of pure, true, unshakeable love? I mean, that's what you and Amanda share, isn't it?

Jake: Yes.

David: Well, there you have it. Then you have absolutely nothing to fear. I obviously don't stand a chance of capturing even one small fraction of Amanda's heart.

Jake: See, the problem is, Dave, you're not a very nice person, and you're gonna lose, but you're gonna be so busy making everybody's life miserable while you're losing, and the problem is, see, you're convinced you're three steps ahead of everybody else all the time.

David: Four usually.

Jake: And that's so sad, really, because you just can't help yourself. You can't help yourself. Always around me and Amanda and now Angie.

David: Angie?

Jake: Yeah, Angie. You're gonna terrorize her, and you're gonna stress her out, try to get her to quit. Maybe she'll make you beg for your job back. Is that what you're trying to do?

David: I don't have to do anything for Angie to collapse under the pressure of a new position. I'm completely confident that she will implode entirely by herself.

Jake: Which is what you're hoping happens to me and Amanda, right? You're gonna prey on her fears and her insecurity, give us enough rope and just sit back and watch what happens? Give me all the rope you want, Dave, 'cause you know what I'm gonna do with it? I'm gonna hang you with it.

Frankie: Did we miss something?

Jesse: Ah, your mother and I, we were just having --

Angie: We're so glad you're home.

Randi: Well, we weren't exactly expecting a welcome-home party, but thanks.

Angie: Well, it was Natalia's idea, wasn't it?

Natalia: Um -- guess I'll keep my ideas to myself next time.

Brot: Um, so how was Hawaii?

Frankie: We didn't go.

Randi: We had a little change in plans, but it was absolutely perfect.

Frankie: Mmm.

Angie: Well, you know, maybe we should probably get out of here before we rain on your perfect.

Frankie: Oh, wait. You got to stay. Whatever's going on between you guys can wait outside so we can party, right? And what is going on between you guys?

Jesse: You heard the lady, we should go. Ahem.

Liza: Uh, Bailey, we have a few more moments before it's time for Stuart's checkup. I will be right back.

Bailey: Ok.

Liza: Ok.

Bailey: What are you doing here?

Damon: He has your smile.

Liza: So are you pleased with yourself? It's working.

David: My charm?

Liza: Yeah, Amanda is pretty upset, you know, because what she thought was gonna be just a nine-month ordeal, she's convinced herself it's gonna probably take a lot longer before she actually gets pregnant. Maybe a year. Could be more.

David: You know, I've been sensing her concern.

Liza: Yeah, and you're probably gonna take full advantage of it, aren't you?

David: This deal is about Amanda and I both getting what we want. Trevor gets a sibling, and Amanda gets to live her life with Jake.

Liza: Which is the last thing that you want. Oh, come on, David, don't deny it. Right? I mean, the only thing that would make you happier than having another child would be splitting up Jake and Amanda. Now, the truth is that the longer that this takes, well, the harder it is on them and the easier it is on you.

David: Whatever happens, happens.

Liza: Well, I'm gonna make sure that it happens for Amanda.

David: Ha ha. You are?

Liza: Mm-hmm. Because I know what you're up to, and I'm not gonna let you get away with it.

Amanda: "In case you change your mind."

[Knock on door]

Amanda: Just in time.

Jake: Hi.

Amanda: Hi.

Jake: How's it going?

Amanda: Hey, prints or solids? Pastels or neutrals?

Jake: Whoa, uh, I don't know. You got any zebra or -- I like leopard. What are we talking about?

Amanda: Well, David thinks since I'm going to have so much damn time on my hands waiting to get pregnant, then maybe I should redecorate the whole damn house until the baby comes.

Jake: That's a lot of damns.

Amanda: You know, I think we should the whole place in polka dots. Or black. Yep, all black.

Jake: All right, you know, just don't let him get to you, ok, honey?

Amanda: It's hard not to. He's making me crazy.

Jake: Well, that's the way he wants you. He wants you crazy and uptight and tense.

Amanda: How could I go along with this? This is so stupid. Why did I go along with this? I don't know how I'm gonna get through the next nine months, Jake. Or a year, God, longer.

Jake: Stop. He's counting on this to destroy us, all right? But what he doesn't realize is he can't break us up. Well, there is one way, one way he could break us up, one way he could get past me and get to you. Just -- just one way.

Amanda: What's that?

Jake: He'd have to kill me.

Bailey: Did you stalk us?

Damon: I saw you leave. I followed. I never really looked at him before. It's pretty cool. I'll do it.

Bailey: You should go before Liza comes back.

Damon: You should watch out for her.

Bailey: Liza's my friend.

Damon: She doesn't want to be friends. She wants our baby. [Scoffs]

Damon: Our baby. Watch your back.

Bailey: As if you care.

Damon: I should go.

Liza: So I'm gonna reopen the contract, and I'm gonna put a time limit on the terms, so that this doesn't drag out for years.

David: You know, that sounds like an excellent idea. Of course, I'll want an addendum with certain items in my favor as well. We can start with more custody time and greater restrictions on Jake, his access with my children.

Liza: You really are a son of a bitch.

David: Huh. Truer words were never spoken, darling.

Jake: You know, the problem is that David thinks he's the smartest guy in the room. He's completely twisted about love. I think it's because he's never really had it, you know. He thinks that love is -- he thinks that love is ownership. He just -- he wants a possession really, not a partner.

Amanda: A possession who decorates.

Jake: Huh. Just remember that he can try to throw everything in the world at us, knock us off balance, mess with our heads, play his games, but we have love, you know? We have real love. And that's stronger than anything in his arsenal. So if we believe in what we have, then we win.

Amanda: We can do this, can't we?

Jake: I bet our life together on it.

Brot: Listen, hey, don't sweat it, all right? You meant well, that's all that matters.

Natalia: Dude, that was a total bust.

Brot: Ah -- 

Natalia: Except for that thing my dad said about how keeping somebody out of the loop can hurt a relationship.

Brot: Well, uh, I agree, but who said we were in a relationship, right?

Angie: I am so sorry about this.

Randi: No. Don't worry about it. It's fine.

Jesse: Hey, the next time we all get together, no drama. Might take some doing, but we'll get there.

Angie: Well, you know what? You've got enough food here to feed yourselves for a week.

Randi: Ha ha! Thank you. Come on, let me walk you to the car. I'll be back.

Frankie: All right. Mmm. Hey, hey, hey. And hurry back, 'cause I know exactly what I want to do.

Randi: Oh, yeah? Ha ha!

[Frankie opens the closet and finds Madison staring at him]

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