All My Children Transcript Wednesday 12/9/09
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Ryan: Annie's trial is next week, and Adam has got something up his sleeve. I know that he does, and I need to stop them before she runs again or she tries to take my daughter again. Zach, Emma is still in the middle of this, ok? She loses whether Annie goes to prison or not.
Zach: That seems to be your problem, not mine.
Ryan: She's coming back, you know, Zach.
Zach: Who is? Kendall? Maybe. And what are you gonna do? You gonna keep chasing Annie? You got to be careful, because you're gonna lose more than just your daughter.
Ryan: And what is that supposed to mean?
Reporter: It's been seven months since the shocking murder of Stuart Chandler at the hands of his own brother. Today Adam Chandler finds out his fate. It took the jury only minutes to come to their verdict. Let's go live inside the courtroom as that verdict is read.
Judge: Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, have you reached a verdict?
Foreman: We have, your honor.
Judge: The defendant will now rise.
Foreman: We, the jury, find Adam Chandler not guilty of the crime of murder in the first by reason of diminished capacity, not guilty of murder in the second by reason of diminished capacity, and not guilty of murder in the third by reason of diminished capacity.
Annie: Oh, yes! Oh, my God.
Judge: Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for your service. You are hereby excused. Mr. Chandler, you have been cleared of all charges. You are free to go. This court --
Adam: Wait, your honor, please.
Liza: What are you doing?
Adam: Your honor, may I say something?
Liza: Uh, sit down. We've already won, ok? There's nothing left to say.
Adam: Your honor, please. I would like to address the court.
Liza: I'm sorry, your honor. Mr. Chandler is very emotional at the moment. No disrespect to the court is intended.
Judge: If Mr. Chandler wants to address the court, I'll allow it.
Adam: Thank you. I'm not a good man. I don't ever remember having been one. Um, I'd much rather be putting together a fortune than helping somebody in my own family. And my brother, on the other hand, was one of the finest human beings ever to set foot on this earth. I took his life. I just took it. I -- I know I should be punished for what I've done, but I'm not going to prison. But justice has still been served, and I will still do my time in my own purgatory. Not to mention that -- that I took the life of my own dear, sweet brother is the hell that will visit me every day of my -- every day of my life. I --
Judge: Thank you for your candor, Mr. Chandler. Court is adjourned.
Adam: [Whispering] God, I wish --
Jesse: Think Stuart would be happy with what just went down in there?
Angie: Um, I hope so. I mean, there is definitely something to what Adam said, having to live with what he did.
Jesse: Everybody loses in this one, huh? Wow.
Angie: Very sad.
Jesse: Come on, let's go.
Reporter: There it is, a not guilty verdict despite Adam Chandler's confession of guilt, and an impassioned speech by the defendant himself declaring that the events of that night will haunt him forever. This has been Nancy Meyer reporting live from outside --
[Francesca turns off TV]
Francesca: You are being paid to carry bags up to rooms, not to watch TV.
Damon: Actually, my shift just ended.
Francesca: Well, then you should've clocked out and gone home. Mr. Slater doesn't like employees, especially underage employees, hanging out at the bar.
Damon: Ok. I got the message.
Zach: You've taken your eye off the ball, Ryan.
Ryan: What are you talking about, Zach?
Zach: My company, Cambias. You've mismanaged it.
Ryan: Ok. Well, first of all, it's my company -- Cambias -- and it's doing just fine.
Zach: But it's not. It's stagnating. It's slowly moving towards Chapter 11. Is that what you wanted? Take my company and destroy it?
Ryan: You know, what's amazing to me is that you can so easily write off Kendall and yet be so upset about a business deal where I got the better of you.
Zach: Well, you stole the company from me.
Ryan: And you think that Aidan stole your wife.
Ryan: Is this where you start throwing out threats, Zach?
Zach: No. This is where I make a promise to you. You're not gonna like how this ends.
Adam: Well, both of you did a very impressive job.
Liza: Thank you.
Marissa: We still have to get Annie acquitted.
Adam: Well, I'm sure that will go successfully, as well.
Colby: I love you, Dad. Mom, you're the best. Come on. Let's go home.
Marissa: Nice job. Everyone's happy. Adam's confident that you can take care of anything and everything.
Liza: Well, he is certainly confident, but it's not about my lawyering ability.
Nancy: Mr. Chandler? Mr. Chandler? Please, just a few words. Thank you. Mr. Chandler, how do you feel after the verdict? What are your plans now, and how do you get past what you've done?
Adam: Oh, sometimes you don't get past what you've done. But with my family and their support and their love, we'll get through this together. Ok.
Nancy: Thank you.
Annie: We're almost there, Adam. We'll be a family again, soon.
Colby: I got to go outside and look for Scott. I'll be right back.
Erica: Thank you. Thank you. Well, I never thought I'd see the day when Liza Colby would be defending you, and in a court of law.
Adam: Are you angry that I'm not going to prison?
Erica: No. You know what? Actually, I'm not angry at all about your not going to prison. But I think you're a complete dope. Here you have a chance at freedom, and you're choosing to stay by Annie?
Marissa: This whole thing has just been such a rush. Because, you know, the only other court case I've ever worked on was Kendall's, and, well, that one didn't have a very good ending. This is a good ending, though, isn't it?
J.R.: I hope so.
Adam: Ah. Well, I'm glad you're here. I -- I think your wife is going to become a terrific lawyer.
Marissa: Well, I just followed Liza's lead. Besides, you didn't deserve to go to prison. I mean, what happened was a terrible, terrible tragedy. But there were no good guys or bad guys. I'm just glad that I was able to help in any way.
Adam: Thank you. That's very encouraging -- coming from a Hayward.
J.R.: She's nothing like her father.
Adam: No, and neither are you. You're your own man. You always have been, always will be. Once in a while you make me a little hysterical, but I --
J.R.: Well, regardless of our differences, I never wanted you to go to prison for life. I'm glad it turned out this way.
Adam: Well, I would love to spend the years I have left with my family.
Marissa: Well, we should all get together soon, then.
Adam: I've missed you, and I've missed Little A.
J.R.: He missed you, too. I think it's time we all get together as a fam --
Scott: Excuse me, everybody. It's Annie.
Colby: I'm gonna go help Mom pack up her stuff.
Annie: I saw the whole thing. Thank God.
Adam: I told you there was nothing to worry about.
Annie: I missed you. I want to see you. When can you come here?
Adam: I'll be right there. Oh, I'm sorry. You were saying?
J.R.: It doesn't matter. You have to go get Annie.
Adam: Yeah. Well, we'll meet later at the house, ok? Ok, Scott, here we go.
Marissa: Don't let Annie ruin this day.
J.R.: Why should today be any different?
Colby: For someone who just won a big case, you don't seem to be too happy about it.
Tad: Well, she's probably just exhausted. I mean, she was up most of the night preparing. So I got an idea. Why don't you -- why don't you go celebrate with your father, and I'll help your mother get all this stuff to the car?
Colby: What is it? Is it that you got Dad acquitted, and you think he should be locked up in prison instead?
Liza: No. Honey, I would not have taken this case if I thought that.
Colby: What's wrong? Why do you look so sad?
Colby: Is it the baby? Don't worry, Mom. Bailey will come around. A few late feedings, some colic, she'll realize she's in over her head, and she'll make the right choice.
Liza: She already has -- for her and not for us.
Colby: What do you mean?
Liza: Bailey has decided that she is going to leave town, and she's gonna take Stuart with her.
Bailey: I understand. Thanks anyway. Ok.
Damon: What's wrong? Who was that?
Bailey: It was my parents. Um, I was asking them if I could stay with them until I could afford my own place.
Damon: And they said no?
Bailey: Only after I told them I was gonna be bringing Stuart with me.
Damon: That sucks. I thought they were all supportive of whatever decision you wanted to make.
Bailey: Yeah, they were, until I decided to keep him. Now they say they can't help me raise him and, you know, it's my kid, my problem.
Damon: I'm sorry.
Bailey: Hey, you know, if that's how they feel, right? What can I do?
Damon: Hey, don't freak. We'll figure it out. I got a job now. It's not great: Schlepping bags for tips, and the guy I work for is hard-ass. But I'll deal with it if it means you'll stick around.
Ryan: Is this how you're moving on? Moving past Kendall by throwing out threats like that and muscling your way into Cambias? Because it's not gonna work, Zach.
Zach: I just want my life back, the one I had before.
Ryan: You are so desperate to control something, anything at all. I mean, controlling Kendall didn't work out for you, did it? Do you want to know why that is? I mean, how long have you been punishing her now? Refusing to forgive her? A long time. Now you're willing to forgive her. You're willing to wave your hand and forgive her, but it's too late. She's run off with somebody who is willing to accept her for who she is, her flaws, all of it.
Zach: I don't need Kendall anymore. What I need is my company back. Now, you can be part of that and help me or be part of the problem and get eliminated.
Ryan: Cambias is mine, Zach. It's not for sale. It's not for trade. Nothing, all right? So you go ahead and you do your worst.
Bailey: Look, that's really nice of you, but I can't do that to Liza. She's been too good to me. I mean, she -- she could've fought me for Stuart, but she didn't. She gave me time with him. And now that I've made this decision, I can't -- I can't stick around and rub her face in it.
Damon: I -- I just want whatever is easiest for you. I know how hard it's been, you know? If you want to stay, we can do that. But if you really want to leave, that's cool, too. And I'll just quit my job and go with you.
Bailey: You'd do that?
Damon: I can get a lame job, like, pretty much anywhere. So just pick a place you want to go. We'll head there, the three of us. Hey, you don't really need your parents, Bailey. You got me.
Colby: I don't understand you. You fight like hell in a courtroom for a man you can't even stand. But then you just roll over when it comes to fighting for your own son.
Liza: He's Bailey's son.
Colby: No, that's a cop-out. He's been your son since he was a few days old. Yes, she gave birth to him, but you were the one who's taking care of him, loved him, and protected him. She has never wanted to do any of that!
Liza: Well, she wants to now. And the law is on her side.
Colby: You know the law more than anyone else here. Mom, fight for him.
Liza: Baby, I could. Sure, I could fight for him. For what? A month. Two months. What? Even a year, maybe. The outcome is still gonna be the same. And who's gonna suffer for that? Stuart. Honey, he needs a full-time mother, not two women that are playing tug-of-war with him. Listen, isn't it better that he go now than before the two of us get too attached to him?
Colby: No. No, no. It won't matter when we do it. I won't love Stuart any less.
Liza: Listen, I get it. I know that this is -- this is hard for you. But, um, I don't have a choice.
Colby: Yeah, you do. You're just making the wrong one.
J.R.: Did you see how he did that? Tried to suck me back in. If it hadn't been for Scott coming in with Annie's phone call, I would've been played for a sucker again.
Marissa: I don't think that that's what your dad was trying to do. I think that he was actually being sincere. You could see the pain in his eyes when he talked about how much he missed you and Little Adam. I think that he wants his family back.
J.R.: Unfortunately, that includes Annie. That's not a family that I want to be a part of.
Marissa: Stop. You want that relationship with your dad back.
J.R.: It doesn't matter what I want. It's about his priorities: His kids or his demented wife. And sadly, his kids have been coming in a distant second.
Colby: Are you just now getting that? It seems like when our parents get down to the crunch time, they don't really put their kids on high-priority lists. They want you to think we're special, but all they really care about are themselves.
J.R.: Oh, wait a minute. Wait a minute. I'm supposed to be the cynic here. What's going on with you?
Colby: Well, just look at my mom.
J.R.: Are you kidding me? All Liza ever did was fight for you. She even went as far as kidnapping you from Adam.
Colby: No, no, I'm talking about the baby, Stuart. Ohh. Just because he's adopted, she doesn't think he's worth fighting for. I mean, what do you think? Do you think your adopted parents wouldn't fight for you if Krystal had changed her mind?
Marissa: My parents would've done anything for me.
Colby: Exactly. So I'm not gonna let Mom roll over like this. We need to do something. Do you think you can help me file an injunction or whatever and keep Bailey from leaving town with my baby brother?
Marissa: I'm not a lawyer yet, Colby. And even if I were, you can't sue for custody if Liza's willing to give him up.
Colby: But she doesn't know what she's doing. She's freaking out and making the biggest mistake of her life. Please, can you just, like, help me talk some sense into her?
J.R.: Look, I know that you love that little boy. But that's Liza's choice. Even if you don't agree with her, you can't make it for her.
Colby: Maybe not. But I sure as hell can try and change people's minds.
Tad: You ok?
Liza: No. Really screwed up here. Huh. I wish I could cry, but I'm too tired. I can't do the idea of going back into that apartment. It's like walking into a tomb.
Tad: Piece of cake. I still got the key to Jake's. I'll take you back there.
Liza: I can't keep leaning on you like this.
Tad: Sure, you can. Come on.
Ryan: Oh, hey. Hi. Thanks for canceling your meeting.
Erica: Well, it sounded important.
Ryan: Yeah. We got a problem.
Erica: Oh, tell me about it. In spite of Adam's impassioned plea in court, you know very well he's gonna put every dirty trick in the book he can to try to get Annie's name cleared.
Ryan: So then they're both gonna be coming after Emma. And don't worry, I will be prepared. But as Spike and Emma's only parent right now, I don't have time for Zach's games.
Erica: "Zach's games"?
Ryan: Yes. It seems that Adam is not the only person who wants to take something from me. I could really -- I could use your help here. Is there any chance that you could keep an eye on Zach?
Erica: What's he doing?
Ryan: He's trying to destroy everything that Kendall has ever touched.
Erica: Well, I understand Zach wanting his company back. He has to be in control of something, and he's not in control of the Kendall situation anymore.
Ryan: You couldn't get through to her at all?
Erica: Ryan, something inside Kendall has changed. But what has Zach going after Cambias? What has that got to do with Kendall?
Ryan: Well, it's not just Cambias. I mean, I think he wants to just erase everything. You know, he wants to reset his life without Kendall in it. And honestly, I think it kills him that you, me, or anybody would even think about forgiving her or trying to get her to come back here, and he wants to do everything he can to prevent that from happening.
Erica: But Ian and Spike?
Ryan: Obviously he wouldn't hurt them. But there is something else that Kendall has that he wouldn't think twice about destroying: Fusion.
[Key turns in lock]
Bailey: Hey. How's your mom?
Colby: Don't pretend you give a damn about my mom. If you did, you wouldn't be taking Stuart. How could you do this after all she has done for you?
Damon: Stuart is our kid. We can take him wherever we want.
Bailey: Ok, look, you and Liza both know why I came here in the first place. I had to see if I could live with giving up my baby, and I realized that I couldn't. Do I feel bad for what you and her are going through? Of course. How could I not? But she realizes why I have to do this, and I wish you would, too.
Colby: Ok. But you don't have to take him and disappear. Stay in town. Get a place nearby. At least that way, me and my mom can watch him grow up.
Damon: Yeah, and keep a close eye on Bailey, too, right? Come on, admit it. The two of you don't trust her to be a mother to her own son.
Colby: If my mother didn't trust her, she wouldn't have left Bailey and Stuart alone in the first place. And that's me talking, not my mom. Bailey, you changed your mind before about raising him yourself. What if that happens again?
Bailey: It's not going to.
Colby: How do you know? Raising a child is a lot of work, and not to mention expensive.
Bailey: I know, Colby. I've heard this over and over and over again.
Colby: Ok. What if months go by and you realize it's all true? What are you gonna do? Call my mom and say, "Hey, come get the baby"? No, it doesn't work like that. You walk out of here, you walk out of here forever, because I am not gonna let you tear my mom's heart out again.
Liza: There you are.
Tad: Bad news is you finished up all of Jake's wine last night.
Liza: Ok. So what's the good news?
Tad: I found some Chinese food in the fridge.
Liza: Yeah. Ok, you know that stuff is, like, a week old?
Tad: It's fine. I gave it the sniff test. Besides, between the MSG and throwing it in the microwave, nothing harmful could possibly still exist. Mmm! Come to Papa. You know you like to gamble. Come on.
Liza: Well, I did, until every time I rolled the dice I crapped out.
Tad: Yeah. Can't catch a break. Well, like I said, the good news is the food is fine. Except for this little sucker: He tried to make a break for it.
Marissa: Hey. Thanks for hanging out. Liza would've killed me if I had left without filing all that stuff.
J.R.: I don't mind waiting for you. How about I take you out, hmm?
Marissa: How about we go pick up Little Adam and go over to your dad's?
J.R.: I don't feel like celebrating with him.
Marissa: Annie's still in the hospital. It'll be a chance for you to see him without her around.
J.R.: And what about when she comes home? No, I'm sorry. We can't be a family until Adam gets rid of Annie for good.
Scott: Hi. Um, will Annie really be well enough for her trial next week?
Jesse: If you're looking for a postponement so you don't have to testify, you're talking to the wrong person. Have your lawyer call the D.A.
Scott: That's not what I said. I'm not looking for a postponement, Jesse. I'm worried about her health.
Angie: Why? She should be ok by next week. I see no reason why she shouldn't be able to show up in court. No reason for postponement.
Jesse: Unless, of course, there's something new you need to tell us?
Scott: No. No. I've told you everything I know.
Annie: I'm scared. This whole plan might be coming unraveled. I mean, Ryan seems to know that something's not right. He was here watching over me while we were trying to watch your trial. I mean, who knows who else he has guarding me now, Adam? Guarding me, waiting to see if I rip these things off and skip town?
Adam: You just have to stick to what we discussed. You're gonna be a free woman before you know it.
Annie: Yeah, but that's not soon enough. That's not soon enough. So much can happen in a week's time.
Scott: Hi. Sorry to interrupt.
Adam: Yeah, that's all right. I was -- I'm just leaving.
Annie: What? You just got here.
Adam: Yeah. Well, Colby and J.R. came over. They want to have a little celebration in honor of my freedom.
Annie: Oh. I didn't realize they were so accepting of our marriage.
Adam: Yeah, well, I -- a lot of things have been changing their perspective lately because of the trial.
Scott: Do you want a ride home?
Adam: No, no, thank you. I'm fine. I need to pick up some things on the way. And now -- I called for a car.
Annie: All right. What was that?
Annie: Could he have gotten out of here any faster?
Scott: Why are you so surprised? If J.R.'s really coming over, he wants to be there to greet him.
Annie: Yeah, but what if it's something else? What if Adam's still angry with me about the video with the two of us?
Annie: Scott, if Adam still thinks the worst, he could ruin everything for me.
Scott: That's funny. I thought he was planning on getting you acquitted. I'd have a better idea about all this with all the facts. Why don't you fill me in?
Damon: We won't go running back to Liza. You don't have to worry about that. Stuart's our kid. He's our responsibility.
Colby: Ok. So you guys have a plan?
Damon: Yeah. We're leaving town. We're going anywhere but this place. We're gonna make a new start. New friends, new life.
Colby: But I thought you were going to Ohio to be with your parents.
Bailey: Yeah, that's -- that's not really an option anymore. Um, they don't want me back. Not if I come home with a baby.
Colby: Ok, Bailey, I am sorry. But we want you to stay. We want both of you to stay. My mom is doing everything she can to put on a brave front. But it is killing her to think of you taking him away, and -- and it is killing me, too. So I am begging you, please stay.
Tad: So then my little princess -- the light of my life, my sole reason for existence -- points her little finger at me, calls me "Booger." A booger, huh? Huh? What do you think?
Liza: Yeah, nice.
Tad: Future Rhodes' scholar. I wonder what she's gonna call me when she's 16, and I tell her she can't have the car.
Liza: Yeah, you are in a lot of trouble, really.
Tad: I've never been so insul -- well, that's not true, either, is it?
Tad: There it is -- the beautiful laugh. I haven't heard that for a while.
Liza: Well, I haven't had much to laugh about.
Tad: Yeah, we're gonna have to change that.
Liza: Listen, do me a favor.
Tad: Name it.
Liza: Go home. Go hug your kids. Hold them tight.
Tad: I wasn't planning on ditching you so early.
Liza: You have been such a good friend, and I really needed you now. But now you need to go home, and you need to be a good dad.
Tad: I thought you didn't want to be alone.
Liza: Well, I -- I can't hide out here forever. Hell, that food alone is gonna kill me. And I got to go home. You know, I got to face my life, and I have to accept this.
Tad: Ok. Can I at least give you a lift?
Liza: Come on, it's one floor down.
Tad: Yeah, I know. It's on my way. Get it? See what I did there?
Liza: Yeah, I did.
Tad: I say "it's on the way," because I'm going down the elevator.
Annie: Now do you understand why I am so worried it could all come apart?
Annie: Adam has all the power.
Scott: That's just the way he likes it.
Annie: Well, what if he tries to turn it around on me? Gets me sent to jail because of what happened between the two of us?
Scott: Nothing happened, and nothing bad. It was all innocent.
Annie: Yeah? Well, it didn't look so innocent on that video.
Scott: Just stop it, ok? You are being paranoid. He loves you, he is past that, and he is going to go through with everything that you just told me. I have no doubt about that.
Adam: They let me go. Not guilty by reason of diminished capacity. "Diminished capacity." That's a -- that's a pretty apropos description of my life up to now. No capacity to care. No capacity to cherish. No capacity to empathize. I went by the Christmas tree lot on the way home, picked up a tree for us. It was odd without you being there. You were always the one who chose the tree. It's, uh -- strange. It was -- sad. Very sad. Do you remember those -- you used to love those big, big bulbs. The big ones? Remember the time that J.R. talked you into stringing them all around the house?
J.R.: It's because I didn't want Santa Claus to miss our house. It worked. I got everything on my list. Then again, when didn't I?
Adam: Well, I'm glad you're here. I'd like to continue this discussion we had at the courtroom today.
J.R.: I wanted to say that I forgive you, I miss you, and that I think it's high time that our family comes back together.
Adam: Nothing would make me happier.
J.R.: Even Annie?
Adam: J.R. --
J.R.: I understand. You want her more than anything. But as long as she's a part of your life, I can't be. Neither can my son.
Ryan: Very smart.
Liza: Oh, I'm -- I'm sorry. I thought you guys were done. Listen, if you need some more time, we'll just go back up.
Bailey: So do you want to tell her or --
Colby: Good news -- Stuart's gonna be sticking around.
Scott: Hey. I thought there'd be a celebration going on here. What happened?
Marissa: I -- I don't think Colby's gonna make it. She had some stuff to deal with with her mom and the baby.
Scott: Where's J.R.?
Marissa: He's just having trouble still with the whole Adam-Annie marriage thing.
Scott: Why are you here?
Marissa: Well, I just -- I figured if I came, J.R. might change his mind and follow.
Scott: Hmm. No one in this family changes. Not for long, at least. J.R.'s been on and off the wagon how many times?
Marissa: J.R. is sober.
Scott: For now.
Marissa: For good, Scott. He's healthy. He's looking at life in a whole new way.
Scott: So was my uncle. After my father died, he kept saying how he wanted to be different, become the man that his brother wanted him to be.
Marissa: And you don't think that Adam's changed?
Scott: I know he's tried. But I also know he's a Chandler.
Judge: Do you have any more witnesses, Counselor?
Liza: I do, your honor. Adam Chandler.
Liza: So do you love Annie?
Adam: With all my heart. Until she broke it by fooling around with my nephew behind my back.
Annie: No. No, no, no, nothing happened. No, you have to believe me, please.
Adam: Videos don't lie, but you do. All you wanted was the custody of your daughter. Well, I'm gonna see to it that that never happens!
Scott: No, no. Uncle Adam, please don't do this. You have to understand!
Adam: It was only an accident that the baby she was carrying was mine. Put this woman in jail where she belongs.
Annie: No. No! No!
Adam: Go away. You have no business being here.
Ryan: I thought you might be here after what went down in the courthouse today.
Adam: Yes, well, let me guess. What, do you want to make some kind of a deal? Convince me to turn on Annie or to guarantee that she won't go after your daughter?
J.R.: Probably should just walk away, Ryan.
Ryan: I came to talk to the Adam Chandler that stood up in court today. The one who is still living with what he did to his brother. The man who, for the first time, actually showed that he has a heart.
Zach: If you're here because you want me to back off your precious Ryan, it's not gonna happen. He's got something that belongs to me, and I want it back.
Erica: Does that include Fusion, too? You want that back? You know, I see this look in your face -- the same look I saw when you were in Las Vegas, only that time you had nothing to live for and now you do.
Zach: Go home.
Erica: You have your two little boys to live for. You have Ian, and you have Spike. Don't do this, Zach. Don't try to destroy everything Kendall touched just because she broke your heart. You are certainly not the same person you were back then.
Zach: But I am. I got Cambias blood in my veins. It's time I embraced it.
Erica: So you want revenge?
Erica: You really think that you're gonna find justice in any of this?
Zach: Mm-hmm. I'm gonna destroy and erase the last four years, so Kendall has nothing to come home to.
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