AMC Transcript Tuesday 12/8/09

All My Children Transcript Tuesday 12/8/09

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Episode #10266

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J.R.: Hey.

Colby: Ok, I know you're not going to Dad's trial. Ok, you're out of the house. You have your own life. You and Marissa and -- wait. You're wearing a suit and tie. You're not gonna testify against him, are you?

J.R.: Why? Is he worried that I am?

Colby: No, no, I don't think so. I spent last night there. He seemed to be pretty calm about it. But why are you all dressed up like that?

J.R.: I am going to the courthouse, but not for Adam. I'm going to support Marissa.

[Reporters all talking at once]

[Phone vibrating]

Liza's voice: I'm not available right now, so please leave a message.

Marissa: Hi. Where are you? We were supposed to meet early. Big trial today? Celebrated defendant, careers on the line, all that. Yeah, don't call me back. Just get here.

[Pounding on door]

Liza: Oh.

Tad: Liza!

Liza: Oh.

[Pounding on door]

Tad: This isn't good.

Liza: I just don't want to believe that Bailey actually took Stuart away.

Tad: Yeah, I know, I am sorry.

Liza: What am I gonna do about Colby? How am I gonna tell her that her brother's actually -- gone?

Tad: Listen, I don't want to make anything worse for you right now, but you do realize you're due in court, like, any minute, right?

Liza: Yeah, I don't think that I'm actually --

Tad: Yes -- now, wait. Liza, look at me, all right? Look at me. You're not gonna do this, all right? You are not gonna fall apart. You are a professional, and you have an obligation.

Liza: I don't think so. My life is --

Tad: Your life is what it is, but right now I want you to get in that shower. Ok? Do me a favor. Get in the shower. I want you scrubbed and pink and buffed and blown in 15 minutes. Ok, Liza?

Liza: Yeah.

Tad: Fifteen minutes, honey.

Adam: You have to take the plea the D.A. offers you.

Scott: Are you sure you understand what that means? The charges are only gonna be dropped if I testify against Annie.

Adam: Testimony is just testimony. That's all.

Scott: But it'll be another nail in her coffin.

Adam: It won't be a problem. That lovely lady in that room isn't going to spend one more day in prison. Ever.

Annie: Adam! What are you doing here? You're supposed to be in court preparing with Liza.

Adam: No, she's got it all taken care of. Scott has taken a plea.

Annie: What does that mean? What is the D.A. offering him?

Adam: Well, the details don't matter, but we'll all be getting off.

Annie: But how?

Adam: Well, all you have to do is everything I tell you. No questions. Everything.

Annie: It's a dirty little plan, isn't it?

Adam: Ooh, I guess you could call it that.

Both: Mwah! Mwah! Mwah!

Annie: Oh!

Reporter: I'm reporting live from outside the courtroom where Adam Chandler is about to be tried for the murder of his brother Stuart. Also on trial as an accessory after the fact, the murder victim's son Scott Chandler. The elder Chandler's plea, not guilty by reason of diminished capacity, while Scott Chandler entered a plea of not --

Zach: Turn that damn thing off!

Francesca: Oh, I didn't know you were here.

Zach: Well, I'm here.

Francesca: Erica Kane has been leaving urgent messages all morning.

Zach: Lose them.

Erica: Zach, I really don't like being avoided.

Zach: It's good to know.

Erica: Zach, I saw Kendall.

Zach: Yeah? What was she doing, banging Aidan? I don't need to know who fell into Kendall's bed this week, but I appreciate the update.

Erica: Zach, you can be as disrespectful as you like to your employees, to any friends you may have left, but please don't talk that way to me.

Zach: Ok, you're right. Let's start over. You saw Kendall. And she was with Aidan?

Erica: Yes.

Zach: All right. So why do you come to me?

Erica: Zach, she's not herself.

Zach: Yeah. Talk to a psychiatrist. I can't help you.

Erica: Zach, you've loved her for so long. She's the mother of your children. You can't turn your back on her any more than I can.

Zach: So, what do you want to do? You want to broker some kind of peace between us? It's not gonna happen either.

Erica: You're making me pretty sorry that I came here, but I can't help her by myself. I really need you.

Zach: I will never ask her to come back.

Erica: Kendall asked me to leave. She said she wants me gone.

Zach: She's with Aidan now.

Erica: Yeah.

Zach: He didn't have her tied up. She wasn't a prisoner.

Erica: No, no, she wasn't.

Zach: Right. And you saw them together. How did that feel?

Erica: It felt so wrong, and it felt awful.

Zach: That's where I am right now.

J.R.: I know that I haven't always been there for you. I haven't been that great of a brother. But I'm here to tell you I'm here for you now.

Colby: Oh, well, we're here for each other.

J.R.: Seriously, if Adam gets off and he goes home, I'm gonna be all about Marissa and Little Adam. I don't want to desert you.

Colby: You mean if I live at Dad's house. Oh, between Mom's drama and the baby and Uncle Stuart's murder and Annie moving in with Dad, I'm, like, all over the place. I don't have a guy of my own. You know, I'm running between people -- Mom, Dad, you, Scott, Stuart, Little A. I never land anywhere, you know? Nothing ever feels like home, and nothing is ever safe.

J.R.: I know what you mean. Every time I'm leaving, I feel like I'm getting sucked back in.

Colby: Yeah, but it's not just sucked back in, though. It's something that I want, and I want my dad. I love him.

J.R.: Somehow it's easier for me to love him more when I see him less.

Colby: And I can't live in two places. He needs me, whether he ends up with Annie or not. You know, if I want a place in this family, I better step up to the plate and accept my responsibility in it.

J.R.: Wow, look at you. You've become an amazing young woman. If I had been watching closer, I would have seen it before, but I like the end result.

Colby: Actually, I still think I'm more of a work in progress.

J.R.: Well, either way, I love you.

Colby: Ha ha! So, when are you gonna grow your hair out?

J.R.: What, you don't like it?

Colby: No.

J.R.: Well, if you're just gonna insult me, I think we should get to the courthouse.

Colby: Ha ha!

Liza: Ok, so, how do I look?

Tad: Like a million bucks. You always did clean up rather nicely.

Liza: Thank you.

Tad: You're welcome.

Liza: I'm doing fine until I start thinking about Stuart, and then I get this big hole, this emptiness.

Tad: Liza, you've still got Colby. No matter what, you got Colby. Remember, the reason you took on the Adam case in the first place, the reason you got another baby, so you could give her a little brother.

Liza: Yeah, I know, and I lost him for her, too. How do I deal with this hurt?

Tad: Like anybody else. You learn to manage it, to control it, and eventually someday you'll let it go.

Liza: Ok, when did you become such a guru, huh?

Tad: These days -- that's enough -- I'm more like the genie of the lamp.

Liza: I don't remember rubbing any lamps last night.

Tad: No, but you did give it the old college try with a couple of bottles of Jake's wine.

Liza: Oh, God, don't remind me. Just tell me I have three wishes.

Tad: You have three wishes, but you gotta make it quick 'cause you're due in court any minute.

Liza: Ok. For Adam, not guilty. For Scott, not guilty. And for Annie, guilty as hell.

Adam: So, I'll get off, and Scott will get off, and then the hat trick.

Annie: Yeah. It's the trick part that makes me a little nervous. Seems too good to be true.

Adam: You trust me?

Annie: Of course, I trust you. I can't love you as much as I do and not trust you. I mean, you forgave me for everything I did.

Adam: And you forgave me for not believing in you. You protected me. You saved me. I'm just trying to return the compliment. All right? Oops, I gotta go. I don't want to be late for my acquittal.

Annie: No, not at all.

Adam: Coat in hand! One more. Mwah!

Reporter: The courtroom is filling up fast with observers as we await the arrival of the major players in this case. Still no sign of either defendant in the building.

Annie: What the hell do you want?

Ryan: I am just here to keep an eye on you until the trial's over, Annie. Why? You think you're going someplace? 'Cause you're not.

Annie: I have no idea what you're talking about.

Ryan: Adam thinks he's gonna get you out of this mess, doesn't he? Or is this whole trial just like a smokescreen so you can break out of this place?

Annie: Oh, you were a con man for too long, Ryan. Everything looks crooked to you.

Ryan: I'm just saying there's only one cop outside. And I'm sure a hacksaw could get through that chain pretty quickly, I would imagine.

Annie: Well, maybe Adam just knows that I'll be found innocent.

Ryan: That's right. That's right, because you weren't covering up for him for months. You weren't lying to the police, and you didn't let Kendall go to prison for something that she didn't do. And you didn't let everybody believe that our daughter committed murder.

Annie: I never would have let her be charged.

Ryan: I just want you to pay for what you've done, Annie. I just want some justice. That's all.

Annie: Ryan, I swear, if you try anything, and I mean anything, you better watch out for Adam.

Ryan: Is that supposed to scare me?

Annie: You just can't believe that I'm actually in love, can you? You can't believe that I have genuine feelings.

Ryan: No, I believe you have genuine feelings -- feelings like envy and greed and lust.

Annie: I found true love, Ryan. I have a new life now and a man who loves me in a way you never could.

Zach: I'm reacting the only way I know I can.

Erica: But it just isn't helping, Zach.

Zach: No, maybe not. But I was deserted by the woman that I would have done anything for. I don't know what face to put on for that.

Erica: I know. I understand. I was wrong. I never should have gone to L.A., but how can I walk away?

Zach: You don't. Kendall already has.

Erica: I was wrong when I said that I wish I hadn't come here. I'm not sorry I came here anymore.

Deputy: Zach Slater?

Zach: What?

Deputy: You've been called to testify in the Adam Chandler trial.

Zach: Testify to what?

Deputy: I can escort you to the courthouse now, sir.

Jesse: All right. I found some more early interviews with Zach Slater. Why did you want to see these?

D.A. Willis: It's just an idea I'm pursuing. It's a long shot, but it might fly. And it lays the groundwork for the Annie Chandler case.

Jesse: You know that the defense is calling me as a witness.

D.A. Willis: Where is Kendall, by the way?

Jesse: Not really sure.

D.A. Willis: Well, she's been told she's off the hook, hasn't she?

Jesse: I think matters have turned domestic.

D.A. Willis: Come to a decision?

Scott: Yeah. I've decided to accept the plea deal and take immunity from prosecution.

D.A. Willis: In return for your testimony in the Annie Chandler trial.

Scott: Yes, I'll testify against Annie.

[Reporters all talking at once]

Marissa: Hey, how have you been? I was freaking out.

Liza: Well, you can relax, because the cavalry is here.

Colby: So, how does it look? Do you think you can get Dad off?

Liza: Yes -- for you. Uh, so, do we have your support on this?

J.R.: I'm here for Marissa. I know Adam will get a fair trial. That's all I want.

Scott: That's all I want, too. That's why I'll be testifying in his defense. It really was an accident, you know.

J.R.: I believe that. Let's just hope the jury does.

Reporter: Mr. Chandler! Mr. Chandler! Is it true that you plan to claim amnesia?

Adam: Huh?

Reporter: Is your wife in the courtroom?

Adam: Mmm.

Reporter: Have you been dreading this day?

Adam: Oh, no, no. I haven't been dreading it. I'm looking forward to it, whatever the outcome. It'll all be over soon.

Liza: Ok, thank you very much. That's enough, all right?

Marissa: Please.

Reporter: Miss Kane!

Adam: Erica. You here to wish me luck?

Erica: No, Adam. I am here to watch you finally do the right thing.

Adam: Ahh --

Liza: You're very composed for a man that's on trial for murder.

Adam: I have an excellent attorney.

Liza: Yes, and I also used to be your wife, so I know you. You've got something up your sleeve. I swear, you try anything funny, I will walk.

Adam: Hmm -- I'm duly warned.

Liza: I see you're back to your old self.

Adam: No, not all the way back, not without Stuart.

Bailiff: All rise. Court is now in session. The Honorable Judge Nelson T. Whitman, presiding.

Annie: I would really like to know what you think you're doing.

Ryan: I'm just sticking around until the court adjourns to keep an eye on you. You don't mind, do you?

Annie: You really think I would try to escape now, after all the times I've tried and failed?

Ryan: You can't con a con man, Annie. And just so you know, Opal has Emma someplace very safe and very private.

Annie: Your level of trust is gratifying.

Ryan: Shh. Show time.

Liza: The defense calls as its first witness Scott Chandler.

Liza: And what was the defendant's mental state when he realized what he had done?

Scott: He was devastated when he remembered that he had fired the gun that killed my father. He ran to his brother's grave with a gun intending to kill himself.

Liza: Then why didn't he?

Scott: I was able -- a few of us were able to stop him. He wanted to confess after that, turn himself in. And in the end, that's what he did.

Liza: So, how would you characterize your father's relationship with Adam?

Scott: My father loved my uncle, and the feeling was mutual.

Liza: I have one last question. How do you feel about Adam?

Scott: I love him.

Liza: How is that possible? He killed your father.

Scott: Because he wasn't in his right mind that night, and I forgive him with all my heart for what he did. I feel like we all need to forgive him.

Liza: I have no further questions.

D.A. Willis: I have a few questions, if you don't mind. Have you really forgiven Adam Chandler, or are you actually up here testifying because of a guilty conscience?

Scott: I have nothing to feel guilty about.

D.A. Willis: Really? Well, I don't think having an affair with your uncle's wife is exactly nothing. Do you?

Scott: I don't know what you're talking about.

D.A. Willis: I think you do. Why don't you let the jury in on it?

Ryan: This is really, really boring. Let's see what's on the Shopping Channel.

Annie: Don't you dare turn it off! Sit down!

Scott:  Only after he had reason to believe that his wife had cheated on him with you?

Liza: Objection, your honor. This is not Annie Chandler's trial.

Judge: Overruled. Continue.

D.A. Willis: Thank you, your honor. I'm simply trying to make it clear that Adam didn't confess right away. Months went by.

Scott: Because he didn't remember.

D.A. Willis: Even after he remembered, weeks, when the three of you were keeping it a secret. Why did Adam finally reveal it?

Scott: Yes, Adam briefly suspected us of having an affair, but realizing that wasn't true is what got him to fight for his freedom. That is why he is here today.

D.A. Willis: Confessing to the crime of murder, you mean?

Scott: My uncle has destroyed himself over what he did. He was in a state of shock.

D.A. Willis: No more questions.

Judge: Counselor, you may call your next witness.

Liza: The defense calls Dr. Angela Hubbard.

Tad: You ok?

J.R.: Just really hot in there. It's tough for me to listen to Scott let Adam off the hook so easily.

Tad: Not to mention the fact that your cancer's back.

J.R.: I can manage. Look, I'm not gonna tell Marissa, so you can just save your breath.

Tad: Yeah. Why would you want to let her in on that? I mean, she's just your wife.

J.R.: I'm here for her. You see her taking notes, taking charge? She's gonna make a great attorney one day.

Tad: Yeah, she's got better things to do than to deal with you.

J.R.: I better get back in there.

Tad: Hey. What are you doing here?

Zach: Testifying. Can I ask you something? Did you think it was a good idea to tell Erica that Kendall is in L.A.?

Tad: Zach, I warned her not to go, all right? But Kendall is her daughter, and you know Erica.

Zach: Yeah. And you know what she was gonna see when she got out there -- Aidan, Kendall shacked up, a woman that's not gonna come home to her kids, her family. Stay out of my business.

Tad: You hired me to find Kendall --

Zach: Yes, and you found her. Now stay out of my business.

Liza: So, the day after the murder, Adam Chandler was brought into the hospital. Can you describe his condition?

Angie: Confused, disoriented, prone to blackouts.

Liza: And what was his attitude towards his brother's death?

Angie: Well, he wasn't even aware of his brother's death until his son J.R. told him in the hospital.

Liza: So, what is this mental state indicative of?

Angie: Well, it can be several things -- his age, heart attack, possibly early Alzheimer's.

D.A. Willis: Objection, your honor. This is not Dr. Hubbard's area of expertise.

Liza: Agreed. I'll retract the question. In fact, Dr. Hubbard, you're a toxicologist, isn't that right?

Angie: Yes, I am.

Liza: Did you test his blood?

Angie: Yes.

Liza: And what did you find?

Angie: A combination of unprescribed drugs in his system -- long-acting benzodiazapenes -- and apparently administered by a nurse, Gayle Walker.

Liza: For what purpose?

Angie: Trying to impress her boss, Dr. David Hayward.

Liza: So, was this under David Hayward's orders?

Angie: Well, nothing against Dr. Hayward was proven, and Nurse Walker disappeared after that.

Liza: So, I have here a transcript of her confession. I would like to enter it as defense exhibit "A" for the jury to examine. Your witness.

D.A. Willis: I have no questions.

Adam: Excellent job.

Ryan: That is pretty much when it started, wasn't it?

Annie: When what started?

Ryan: Your plot to become part of the Chandler family, to get Adam, to help you get your daughter back.

Annie: Ryan, you don't even make any sense.

Ryan: When you were up in the attic, Annie, for all that time with Adam, that's when the wheels started to turn.

Annie: I am not the one on trial here, ok?

Ryan: Well, you sort of are, actually, because eventually Adam's gonna be allowed to walk, and then all of that is gonna come crashing down on you.

Annie: Yeah, in your dreams.

Ryan: You're going down, Annie. You gotta believe that, because you weren't on drugs, right? You weren't on drugs. Nobody was pulling your strings. You were in control.

Annie: If I was in such control, why would I let myself fall in love with Adam? Why would I risk everything?

Ryan: You never loved him. You just made him believe that you loved him.

Annie: I was pregnant with his baby.

Ryan: You were using him, just like you're using him now to get you out of this mess. Or so you hope, right? Have you ever thought maybe that Adam is just setting you up to take the fall?

Annie: That's ridiculous.

Ryan: Is it? I mean, he looks pretty happy, right? He kind of looks like the cat who just swallowed the canary. You know what I think? I think the old Adam Chandler's back, and I think you are his first victim.

Jesse: Just about everybody in Adam's life went to his house that night to kill him. They all had motive. Half of them had guns.

Liza: But ultimately, Kendall Slater confessed. True?

Jesse: Yes.

Liza: Did you believe her?

Jesse: No, but I kept the investigation going. Annie Lavery became the prime suspect, and it turns out that Adam Chandler was the guilty party.

Liza: So, Adam confessed to you?

Jesse: Yes, to me and D.A. Willis.

Liza: Thank you, Chief Hubbard. I have no further questions.

D.A. Willis: I just have one question. Did you work alone, or did you have help?

Jesse: Help doing what?

D.A. Willis: Well, there was someone else who had a vested interest in the identity of the true killer, correct?

Jesse: Well, there's actually --

Zach: Come on, Jesse. Everybody knows I was all over this, and they know why.

D.A. Willis: If the defense has nothing further, I'd like to call my only witness, Zach Slater.

Zach: Yes, I acted on my own.

D.A. Willis: And you investigated several avenues, I understand.

Zach: I was determined.

D.A. Willis: And why is that?

Zach: Kendall was in prison for something she didn't do. She's my wife, the mother of my children.

D.A. Willis: And when was it that you learned that Adam was the one that pulled the trigger?

Zach: Not long ago.

D.A. Willis: But Mr. Chandler's attorney claims that Adam only recently remembered himself. Are you saying that you believe Mr. Chandler?

Liza: Objection, your honor. Badgering the witness.

Judge: I'll hear the answer.

Zach: There was a secret in that house, and they were hiding it.

D.A. Willis: Who is they?

Zach: Adam, Scott, Annie.

D.A. Willis: Are you saying that it's possible that Adam knew he was the murderer all along --

Liza: Objection, your honor!

Judge: Overruled. Answer the question, Mr. Slater.

Zach: Repeat the question.

D.A. Willis: I will, but first, let me read you an excerpt of an interview that you had with Chief Hubbard just weeks after the murder.

Liza: Ok, objection, your honor. No foundation.

D.A. Willis: I'm merely refreshing the witness' memory, and these police interviews have been in evidence since day one.

Judge: Go ahead.

D.A. Willis: Thank you. "Chief Hubbard: So you think Chandler knows who killed his brother? Mr. Slater: Yeah, I overheard him talking to Annie. He said, "It's my fault Stuart's dead. I pulled the trigger on my own brother."

Zach: I believe he was speaking figuratively.

D.A. Willis: Yes, that's what you thought at the time, but in retrospect, knowing what you know now and remembering the conversation you overheard, is it possible that Adam Chandler was speaking literally, that he has, in fact, been keeping the secret of his guilt hidden for all this time?

Zach: I think it's very possible.

Liza: Just a few questions, Mr. Slater. So, the night of the murder set into motion a sequence of events that cost you your wife, the mother of your children.

Zach: That's not a question.

Liza: Now that she's gone, you feel like you've lost everything, isn't that right?

Zach: Yes, everything.

Liza: And where is she now?

Zach: I don't know.

Liza: So, whom, I have to wonder, do you blame for your misfortunes?

D.A. Willis: I object, your honor. Mr. Slater's marriage has nothing to do with this case.

Judge: Objection sustained. This is not a divorce court, Ms. Colby.

Liza: I'll rephrase, Judge. Do you blame Adam Chandler for your misfortunes?

Zach: No, not Adam.

Liza: Well, then, who?

Zach: I blame myself for not seeing what was right in front of me. I thought it was Kendall, but she was never there. We're done here.

Liza: Yes, we are.

Judge: We'll take a brief break, then closing arguments. [Bangs gavel]

Liza: Hey. Listen, I'm sorry. I had to destroy Willis' argument. I couldn't let the jury think that Adam knew all along. I wanted to prove that you had a grudge against him. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to hurt you any more than I know that you're -- already hurting.

Zach: I would like to take this opportunity to ask you guys to stay out of my life.

Erica: Zach lost his wife. I lost my daughter. And you're gonna let Adam and Annie off?

Liza: That's not the way that I see --

Erica: You know as well as I do that Adam must have some grand scheme to get Annie free. Or are you gonna finally feel like the fool you really are when you realize he's been working you, just the way he's been working everybody else?

Annie: You are so wrong about Adam. He is going to help me in a way no other man has with great sacrifice to himself.

Ryan: So, I was right. There is a plan.

Annie: You know what, Ryan? You can go now. Adam's gonna walk free from this, and there's not a damn thing you can do about it.

Ryan: Maybe not. Maybe not. But you will never ever get full custody of Emma. Doesn't matter what any jury says or which judge Adam pays off. You will have to kill me before I let her go.

Liza: So, the night of the murder, Adam Chandler was a sad, drug-addled man. He was attacked by everyone close to him -- ex-wives, a bitter son, an angry couple who blamed him for their son's death. And that night, they all stormed the house intending to do him harm. But did he hate them? No. Adam Chandler hated himself and what he had become. So, in his drug-infused haze, he fired that gun at his own image. But did the bullet take him down? No. It took down his other half, a man he'd always felt was a part of him, the only man that actually loved him, unequivocally -- his dear twin brother Stuart. So he blocked that waking nightmare. He buried it so deep, until one day it all came flooding back, so horrific, so dark, that he tried to take his own life again. If Adam Chandler had not been drugged that night, his brother would still be alive. Adam's gonna pay for that for the rest of his life no matter what you decide here. But forgiveness and mercy, well, that's in your hands alone.

D.A. Willis: Forgiveness. Mercy. Those are useful words in the sentencing phase of a trial. But you're here now to determine guilt or innocence. And you must know in that place in your heart that knows the truth, though he weeps for the brother he killed, there is nothing innocent about Adam Chandler. There is one person that we never heard from today. Unfortunately, I couldn't call her to the stand. Annie Chandler. I'm sure you're watching, Mrs. Chandler. Your trial is just around the corner. Annie is an attractive, seductive woman with her own reasons for keeping the killer's identity a secret -- so she could marry the richest man in town, avoid prison time for crimes she previously committed, and to get her child back. And she almost got away with it all, too. But the truth came out, and a man will do a lot for the woman he loves. Like keep quiet about things he's done, play the drugged pathetic victim in order to win the much-younger lady's hand. And make no mistake, Adam Chandler is always out to win. And this time, that call is in your hands. I beg you, don't let him get away with murder.

[Judge bangs gavel]

Reporter: The district attorney has just finished his closing with a compelling argument. If the jury buys it, Adam Chandler could be seeing some real prison time, which would leave his new wife Annie Chandler dangling in the wind.

Reporter: Miss Kane. Miss Kane.

Adam: Erica. Erica. I'm sorry about Kendall. It's not something I wanted or could have prevented.

Erica: Annie could have prevented it. Annie knew the truth the whole time, and Annie kept quiet.

Adam: She loves me.

Erica: She's a monster. But I'll have a front-row seat at her trial and hopefully her execution.

Bailiff: The jury is back. They've reached a verdict.

Francesca: So, what's the latest on the trial?

Zach: Doesn't matter. It's over. It's done.

Ryan: No, it's not, not for me. Annie's trial is next week. And Adam has got something up his sleeve, and I need to stop them before she runs or she tries to take my daughter again, Zach. Emma's still in the middle of this, right? And she loses whether Annie goes to prison or not.

Zach: Seems to me that that is your problem, not mine.

Judge: Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, have you reached a verdict?

Jury Foreman: We have, your honor.

Judge: Will the defendant please rise?

Jury Foreman: We, the jury, find Adam Chandler --

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