AMC Transcript Wednesday 12/30/09

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 12/30/09

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Episode #10280

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Adam: Oh, uh, I realize how that looks. No, no, this has nothing to do with the custody suit. Annie and I want to renew our vows.

Annie: Yeah. And we were hoping you could officiate.

Judge Robinson: Really?

Adam: Really. Think of that money as an honorarium.

Judge Robinson: In that case, let's get started. I just need to make one quick phone call.

Adam: Can you say "done deal"?

Annie: I can say "I love you." And I really do. Thank you so much. I can't wait to marry my husband all over again.

Judge Robinson: We can't make that happen until we have some witnesses.

Adam: Oh, well, my nephew should be around somewhere, and so's my daughter.

Annie: Oh. I wish my daughter could be here. Emma would love to be a part of this. [Sighs] If only there was a way to make that happen.

Erica: What am I doing?

Ryan: It's ok to have feelings about this, to feel sad.

Erica: No, not when Kendall was so happy.

Ryan: You barely got her back, and she's gone again, Erica.

Erica: But she and Zach, they need this time alone together with the boys. And it's not as if it's gonna be like this forever.

Ryan: No, it's not. In fact, I'm sure we can think of something for you to pass the time.

Erica: Like what?

Ryan: Well, I was thinking something along the lines of -- this.

[Ryan and Erica kiss]

Jake: I was the one who let him. I said, you know -- sorry.

Amanda: Ok. Hey, it's gonna be all right.

Jake: Is it gonna be all right? 'Cause now my brother's in prison because of Hayward.

Amanda: And Liza's bailing him out. He's gonna be here soon. You'll be kicking his butt in video games in his man cave.

[Jake chuckles]

Opal: Oh, my Lord. Just when I was getting my sea legs back after that Kendall vibe, now this.

Krystal: What? What is it?

Opal: I wish I knew. Ohh. Oh, whatever it is, I haven't felt like this since the tornado.

Liza: What, are you picking the lock?

Tad: What's it look like?

Liza: Oh, Tad.

Gayle: What do you think you're doing?

Tad: Looking for answers.

Gayle: This is private property. And you're supposed to be in jail. I'm calling the police.

Liza: Yeah, you do that, you're gonna be the one who winds up in jail.

Gayle: For what?

Liza: For your part in Stuart Chandler's murder.

[Machine beeping]

David: Greenlee. Welcome back.

Greenlee: I don't -- where's Ryan?

David: Ryan's not here.

Greenlee: We're getting married today. Hospital?

David: You're gonna be fine.

Greenlee: What happened? Where's Ryan?

David: Why don't we talk later, ok?

Greenlee: I want to talk about it now. Ryan, what -- Ryan. Where is he?

Gayle: I didn't kill anyone.

Liza: No, you were Adam's private nurse.

Gayle: Who was alive last I heard.

Liza: And his brother is dead.

Gayle: Shot by Adam. Who confessed.

Liza: Who was acquitted due to diminished capacity from drugs administered by you. And that puts you in a lot of trouble.

[Gayle scoffs]

Gayle: This is your idea of a scare tactic.

Liza: Illegal administration of drugs, reckless endangerment, and aggravated assault. I think any decent lawyer could bump that up to involuntary manslaughter. Are you scared yet?

Gayle: This is a joke.

Tad: Really? Why aren't you laughing? Instead of trying to run.

Gayle: I'm not.

Tad: Good. 'Cause if you did, I'd make a citizen's arrest, and unfortunately, I left my cuffs by the bedside table. Know what I'm saying?

Gayle: You can't arrest me.

Tad: Watch me. Liza, give me the rope.

Gayle: This is harassment. I'll go to the police.

Liza: You know what's the funny thing about the law, you actually need witnesses and proof, otherwise it's just gonna be your word against ours.

Gayle: Ok. What do you want?

Tad: It's real simple. I want to know what David's up to.

[Machine beeping]

Greenlee: Hey, Ryan. Ryan!

Ryan: It's time. You ready?

Erica: I like this very much.

Ryan: It certainly works for me.

Erica: Is this really happening?

Ryan: This is reality. This is our reality. At least it's what I want.

Erica: It's what I want, too.

Ryan: Then why don't we steal just a little bit more reality?

[Annie lights some candles]

Colby: I thought you weren't allowed to be around sharp objects or fire.

Annie: I'm limited to three matches a day.

Colby: Have you seen my dad?

Annie: He's in his study with Judge Robinson.

Colby: Oh, my God. You are really doing it, aren't you? You're fighting for custody of Emma.

Annie: Well, yes, because Emma is my daughter.

Colby: Well, I thought the whole point of New Year's was to make resolutions. Be a better person. You're still trying to slam Ryan. So what's the going rate for bribing a judge?

[Annie laughs]

Annie: That's not why Judge Robinson is here. It's like you said, new year, fresh start. That's what your father and I want for our love and for our future.

Colby: Ok, well, you can love each other all over this house, 'cause I'm going to a party. Tell Dad not to wait up.

Annie: We're renewing our vows.

Colby: What?

Annie: Renewing our vows. I know it'd mean so much to your father if you shared in our happiness.

Opal: Disaster, catastrophe. What the hell could it be?

Krystal: Well, Opal, maybe it's not gonna be that bad.

Opal: Or worse. [Gasps]

Jake: What did she eat? What did you eat? Did you have Chinese food with the MSG? 'Cause you know that does funny things to you. Or did you have a piece of that old fruit cake from the old piano teacher? They're both too old, you know that.

Opal: No, this isn't old fruit cake. This is something coming from deep in my bones.

Amanda: Well, what is "this" exactly?

Opal: It's a feeling, a vibe. Something is coming back to Pine Valley.

[Tornado siren wails]

Reporter: According to officials, the sirens were triggered by a malfunction. There are no reports of tornadoes, no need to panic.

Krystal: Try telling that to Kathy.

Reporter: Repeat. There is no tornado activity. This was a mechanical failure.

[Jake turns TV off]

Krystal: Poor thing is convinced the house is gonna be flattened just like The Comeback. She wants to sleep in the basement.

Jake: No, no, no, she doesn't want to do that. Not in Tad's man cave. Are you kidding? That's scarier than actually sleeping outside with a real tornado. Careful. How's Trevor?

Amanda: He and Jenny slept through the whole thing.

Jake: See? See, does everybody feel better now, huh? Oh, and I saw on the other channel that triple Doppler thingamajig that there's nothing coming. No weather, not even a breeze.

Opal: Well, it was a sign. I mean, you can look at me cross-eyed and blame my dietary habits, but mark my words, it was a sign. [Gasps as the lights flicker]

[Helicopter]

Opal: My God.

Krystal: What is it?

Opal: Something is coming this way and it's headed straight for Emma Lavery.

Ryan: Well, the good news is the sirens went off by accident. You're safe, Princess. Promise.

Emma: Are you sure?

Ryan: Yeah, I'm positive. Let's go see. Look. Look, no wind, no rain, just a beautiful big, fat full moon beaming down on us.

Erica: It's really beautiful, isn't it?

Ryan: Yeah, it sure is. You know what you're supposed to say now, right?

Emma: Good night, moon.

Ryan: Exactly. Exactly. I'll tell you what, I'll even read it to you. Ok? You go upstairs, put on your PJs, and I'll be up in a second. Off you go.

Erica: You are so good at making people feel safe.

[Doorbell rings]

Ryan: Hey, guys, what's going on?

Natalia: Well, we're here to pick up Emma.

Ryan: What? Annie did this?

Natalia: Yeah, well, she's getting remarried tonight. We have a court order for Emma to be there.

Annie: Whew. It was obviously just a false alarm.

Judge Robinson: Since you and Adam are already so happily married, you might consider postponing the ceremony. Have a real celebration -- family, friends, a minister.

Annie: No. No.

Adam: No. We'll celebrate tonight.

Annie: Yeah.

Scott: Hey.

Colby: You didn't get blown away. That's a good sign.

Scott: Yeah, according to the news, it was just a malfunction. You ok?

Colby: I remember the last time I heard those sirens. The tornadoes, they demolished everything. I didn't know where my dad was. I was afraid he was hurt. Or worse. I'm still afraid he's gonna get hurt.

Scott: He won't. Not with you here.

Colby: I wouldn't be so sure about that. You're here for the vows, aren't you?

Scott: Excuse me?

Colby: Dad and Annie. They are renewing their vows tonight.

Scott: Oh, that's why he wanted to see me.

Colby: Mm-hmm. Witness number 2. Kind of weird since, you know, he thought you and Annie were getting it on.

Scott: It's old news.

Colby: You sure about that? You're still living in the gatehouse.

Scott: Yeah, Annie and I, whatever it was, it's over.

Colby: I'm just saying.

Scott: No, you're just making trouble. It's over.

Colby: It doesn't have to be.

Scott: You really want to hurt your dad like that?

Colby: No, I want to protect him. And the only way to do that is to get him out of this marriage. Will you help me?

Adam: Oh, Scott, you heard. [Chuckles]

Scott: Yeah. Congratulations.

Adam: Sirens, tornadoes, acts of God. Nothing will stop this ceremony. Yeah, so you two are here to stand up for us.

Gayle: Why are you harassing us? You know everything there is to know. I helped David, he helped me. I bought this bar.

Tad: Yeah, and this whole six months to live thing, you're helping with that, too?

Gayle: Like he told you, he gets his meds delivered here.

Liza: And does he always come and pick them up?

Gayle: Sometimes.

Tad: Sometimes, like today? When he gets a phone call on supposedly the last Christmas he's gonna spend on the planet, and he decides to spend it here with you in a dive bar, rather than with his son.

David: Oh, ho ho ho, here we go again.

Tad: Son of a bitch.

David: Returning to the scene of the crime, huh? I would think that your attorney would advise against that, especially given your aspirations.

Liza: I just want to get back to Pine Valley.

David: Aw, don't be coy. You may be looking at the next district attorney of Pine Valley. Our last D.A. died very unexpectedly.

Liza: How hard is it when you only have a few months to live and everybody just wants you dead?

David: You trying to drive another man to his death?

Liza: Willis was in a car accident.

David: Oh, of course, he was. A life cut tragically short.

Tad: Yeah, when young people die, it's always tragic. Present company excluded.

David: You came after me, Tad. You've been harassing me. All I want is to live these last days of my life in peace, but for whatever reason, you won't let me.

Tad: You're right. Because I know you. You're not a decent person. You're not the kind of person that's gonna drag himself off to the north forty and just die quietly, peacefully. No. You're gonna do what you've always done. You're gonna spend your last putrid breath trying to make people miserable, whether it's six months from now or 60 years.

David: All right, you know something, this is really getting tiresome. You want to search the place, go ahead. Tear it apart. Come on, counselor, let's see what the mad doctor has in --

Liza: Look.

Tad: Don't do that.

David: I already told you why I'm here, but for whatever reason, it's not getting through.

Tad: Why should it? What you say and what you do rarely have anything to do with one another.

David: You know, I get it now. Poor Tad. All those trust issues. I broke up your happy little family and now you want revenge. So what the hell are you doing here? Why don't you go to the cops, try to get me arrested for transportation of illegal drugs? I'll probably go to prison. I'll probably die there. Oh, but you see, your marriage would still be over, your life would still be lousy, and you'd have no one else to blame but yourself.

Tad: That's where you're wrong. I have you, Dave. I always have you. Because if my life is lousy, it's because you dedicated your life to making it that way. So guess what? I'm returning the favor. I'm just here to tell you, whatever you're planning, trying to get away with, you're not.

David: Ok. You know, what do you want from me, Tad? Haven't I made an effort? Haven't I backed off of Jake and Amanda? Didn't I throw a party for everyone I've ever hurt? What, you liked your present, didn't you? See, she liked it. See, all I'm asking for is forgiveness here, but it doesn't seem to be in your nature.

Tad: No. Not where you're concerned. 'Cause I'm nowhere near as naive enough to believe that you mean it.

David: Ok, you know, let's talk what this is really about, ok. You're pissed off because I've had two of your wives, all right. And I was going for a third one --

Liza: Ok, now that is enough. You are such an ass. That's enough. Let's go.

Tad: I'm not done yet.

Liza: Yes, come on. Let's go.

David: I know, I know, you'll be watching me. Well, luckily for you, it won't be for long.

Liza: Ok, come on. Enough. Enough. Let's go.

[David locks the door]

David: Where did you put everything?

Gayle: You practically dared him to come after you.

David: Oh, who gives a damn? Let them. Even if they know what they're looking for, they're not gonna find it.

[Machine beeps as Greenlee dreams she's marrying Ryan]

Erica: You can't just walk in and rip a seven-year-old little girl out of her bed in the middle of the night. And on New Year's Eve.

Natalia: I'm sorry, Ms. Kane.

Erica: Well, the judge is obviously in Adam Chandler's pocket. Obviously on his payroll.

Ryan: Ok, what if I refuse to cooperate?

Natalia: Well, then we have to take you in as well.

Erica: Who is the judge?

Brot: Judge Robinson.

Erica: Oh, of course. That's the judge who said that Annie is competent. Really, you should be investigating that judge, not taking his little girl away from him, not harassing Ryan.

Brot: We'll be sure to look into that.

Natalia: We're here to enforce his summons, not to investigate Judge Robinson. Now, if Ryan does have to file a complaint, he can go through his lawyer.

Erica: I think that's what he's doing right now.

Ryan: Liza? Hey, it's Ryan. Look, the police are here, they have a summons for Emma. Ok, if you get this, please call me right away. I hope you're close.

Tad: Walk away? Walk away. That's it? That's your advice? Walk away? That's the best you can do?

Liza: Well, sometimes I think it's the smart thing to do.

Tad: Well, not this time, all right? Five more minutes, Liza. Five minutes of hammering, we would have walked away with some answers.

Liza: David was not gonna tell you anything.

Tad: I'm not talking about David, ok. I'm talking about Nurse Gayle. Nurse Gayle --

Liza: Nurse Gayle was just gonna stand right there while David gave you every shot in the book.

Tad: Five minutes, Liza. Five.

Liza: No, he would have been pulling you off the ceiling, and you would have ended up in jail again. And by the way, I don't bail people out twice in one day.

Tad: Oh, thank you for that. So you would have left me there to rot, huh? That's it?

Liza: You know, it's so funny because you're always the one who's telling me, "Don't get sucked in by David. Don't get sucked in by David." What'd you do? You got sucked in by David.

Tad: I can't help it! Why should I? He's lying. He's lying. He knows he's lying about the whole thing. The illegal drugs, the terminal disease, ok. It's just a boatload of crap. I've had it with that guy. One way or another, I'm gonna prove it.

Liza: What if he really is dying?

Tad: Haven't you been taking notes? I mean, you live there. You live in Pine Valley. The man has done everything he possibly can to screw over Amanda. First it was Trevor, ok. That didn't work. Then he tries it with another kid. That didn't work. Now he's playing the death card. Come on, Liza. What do you want me to do? Do you really expect me to sit back and do nothing and watch my little brother's marriage implode the same way mine did?

Liza: I'm just saying what if he really is dying.

[Tad stammers]

Tad: I can't believe you can ask me with a straight face. I'm sorry. You know, I mean, never mind the fresh hell that he's rained down on my family, what about what he's put you through?

Liza: Well --

Tad: No. Shh. This is a guy that had you at gunpoint not too long ago, ok. Doesn't that count for something? Ok, this is the guy that came up with that whole Willis thing, and we all know how that turned out, right? Huh? Now he wants to rub the guy's death in your face. And this is a man you want to give the benefit of the doubt.

Liza: No, but the jury --

Tad: Benefit of the doubt.

Liza: The jury would because that is the law.

Tad: Talking about a jury.

Liza: You know? That's the law. There's two sides of every story.

Tad: Yeah, Liza, there is. There's David's and then there's the truth.

Liza: You know, it's innocent until proven guilty, ok.

Tad: Please.

Liza: And we have no proof that his death is not true.

Tad: I don't need any proof. I know the man's track record. That's enough for me. And it should be enough for you, too. You shouldn't believe any of this.

Liza: God, I don't know what to believe anymore.

Jake: So what do you think it is with Opal? Do you think it's indigestion? Or do you think we have cause to duck?

Krystal: Well, if something is coming back to Pine Valley, I hope it's Tad. I haven't heard a word from him.

Jake: Don't worry about Tad. He can take care of himself. Except for the part where he got himself, you know, put in prison. But besides that.

Krystal: Exactly.

Jake: You know what I'm saying.

Krystal: Yeah, I mean, come on. He always loses control whenever he's within 10 feet of David.

Jake: I should have gone to Gloucester with him.

Amanda: Yeah, you, the one with the cool head.

Jake: Hey, I have the makings of a Zen master. I want you to know that.

Amanda: You pointed a gun at David.

Jake: Did I pull the trigger? No, I didn't. And that shows amazing restraint.

Amanda: Well, the other day you almost ripped his head off.

Jake: I should have gone to Gloucester with my brother. Should have gone.

Amanda: Yeah, great -- then you'd both be in jail.

Jake: Hey, you know what, the Martin men are passionate. We have a passionate nature. That's not necessarily a bad thing.

Krystal: Mm-hmm. Except when that passion gets you into trouble. Right?

Jake: So, fine. You know what I'll do for my New Year's resolution? I will dial down my passion meter. How's that?

Amanda: You do that, I'll divorce you.

Jake: Ahh, so she likes the passion. She likes it. She likes it.

Opal: Oh, thank heavens. Where are Ryan and Emma?

Corrina: Ryan took her to the Chandler's.

Opal: Chandler Mansion. Last time I had a vision of that place, Stuart ended up dead.

Annie: Hey. Hi! Oh, I am so happy to see you. ,

Emma: You look beautiful, Mommy. Just like a princess.

Annie: Thank you, baby. So sweet.

Adam: I'm so glad Emma could come.

Ryan: Well, a police escort didn't leave us much choice, Adam. And just so you know, Erica didn't want to miss it. She's on her way over, too.

Natalia: Have a good evening.

Brot: Hey, what about that Judge Robinson? Don't you think we should follow up?

Natalia: You want me to just walk up and ask him if he's on the take? Not gonna happen.

Brot: But what if Ms. Kane's right?

Natalia: I worked way too hard to earn this badge. I'm not gonna lose it because Erica Kane wants to throw around accusations.

Brot: But isn't that our job, Natalia? To investigate?

Natalia: You're on a ride-along, cadet. Your job is to be quiet and follow orders. Come on.

[Annie laughs]

Ryan: Really, Adam? A summons for a seven-year-old little girl? The police?

Adam: Well, you can't have a wedding without family.

Ryan: You can't have a Chandler wedding if it doesn't end in disaster.

Adam: Oh, no heart attack this time. Nothing to interfere with me renewing my vows with loved ones all around me.

Ryan: Yeah, well, your loved ones look like they'd rather be anywhere than here.

Jake: All right, you want to know what my real resolution is? I've been thinking about this. I really would like to be a better father and a better husband.

Amanda: Not possible. You already are. You are kind and loving.

Jake: Hot.

Amanda: Very hot. And generous. Forgiving.

Jake: No, I was saying this was hot. Just --

Amanda: Jake, you have every reason to be upset. And that is why my New Year's resolution is to never ever give you any reason to doubt that you are the man that I love. The only man that I could ever love.

Krystal: Ahem. You guys want some privacy, Trevor and I can take patty-cake upstairs.

[Trevor babbles]

Jake: Well, you know, we could take the patty-cake upstairs. Just saying.

Amanda: I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

Krystal: No, please, don't apologize. I know what love is like, a distant memory though it is.

Amanda: Oh, what about Rob? He seemed to be crushing on you pretty hard.

Krystal: Yeah, well, I think the party blew that. You know, David's death speech, all that drama.

Jake: Oh.

Krystal: I really don't blame Rob for being freaked out. I mean, how many women --

[Trevor babbles]

Krystal: Yeah, freaking out, right? How many women live with their ex-husband, and then drag their date to a party hosted by another ex-husband and attended by yet another ex-husband? I mean, come on, that's a lot of baggage.

Jake: We, don't think of it as baggage, you know, just think of it as you're a colorful woman.

Krystal: Yeah, well, Rob dropped me off at the door, and he said he'd call me, and then I never heard from him again.

Jake: Ooh.

Krystal: Right? You're a man. Translation.

Jake: Translation. That's just classic, really.

Amanda: Ass.

Jake: No, no. Misunderstanding. Look, you know, we think different than you guys, ok. We're just simple. We're really simple creatures.

Krystal: Ok. Well, enlighten me, then.

Jake: Are sure you can handle it.

Krystal: Yeah, I can handle it.

Jake: Really? All right. If a guy likes you, first thing -- well, there's two things, really. He, number one, will either call --

[Knock on door]

Jake: All right, you got that? He'll either call you.

Krystal: Right.

Jake: Or they give you flowers.

Rob: I'm sorry I haven't called. The ex, the family. I had to fly to Charlotte to take care of my kids.

Amanda: Uh. Sounds like you're not the only one with baggage.

Rob: I was hoping we could check the baggage for the night. Ring in the New Year.

Jake: She would love to. She'd love that very much.

Amanda: Yes, we will watch the kids.

Jake: Absolutely. Now, you guys, you have a good time. Do everything that we would do. And don't worry, see, your baggage fits overhead. All right? I don't want to see you till next year.

Amanda: Have fun.

Jake: All the way till next year.

[Door closes]

Amanda: Aren't you adorable?

Jake: Me? I just want people to be as happy as we are.

Tad: Liza, David is a master manipulator. You should know that better than anybody. You know, Amanda, Amanda has a huge heart. She hates to see anybody in pain. He knows that. As a matter of fact, he's counting on it.

Liza: I know he is. But look, until we have some proof to the contrary, I --

Tad: Until we have some proof, give him the benefit of the doubt. I heard you the first time, ok. The benefit of the doubt. I used to be -- I used to be just like that kind of person. Until he went after Dixie, ok. Twice. And Krystal. God gave us instincts for a reason, you know. We're supposed to listen to them. Wait. What happened with Aidan? Ok? My friend, my ex-partner, ok. I thought he was doing his job. He was taking care of Kendall. I go out to Ohio and something was wrong. I knew it. I smelled it the minute I walked in there, ok. I didn't do anything about it. Why? Because I was giving him the benefit of the doubt. And look what happened. Ok, he turned out to be a kidnapper. This thing with David, I'm telling you, it's got the same smell all over it. Smell that? [Sniffing] It's a little like pork. Got it? I'm not gonna let that one go.

Liza: Stop. He gave us a reason, ok? Can't we just accept it?

Tad: He gave us a reason?

Liza: What possible evil scheme could he come up with commuting to Massachusetts --

Tad: I don't know. The only thing I am sure of is that he always has a scheme. The last one cost Willis his life. Forgive me if I don't want anybody else to die.

David: She's getting more color in her cheeks.

Gayle: Heart rate's stable. BP's good. She doesn't appear to be under any stress.

David: That's because she has no idea she's been in coma for almost a year. She has no recollection of the accident or what led up to it. She still thinks it's the day of her wedding. That's why I had to put her back under, to keep her from asking questions.

Gayle: You can't sedate her forever.

David: You're right. I can only can't keep her in this happy place for a little while. She's getting stronger. It's getting harder. She's fighting the sedatives.

Gayle: Maybe you should just tell her the truth. She seems strong enough to handle it.

David: I just can't take the chance. I mean, what if she goes into shock?

Gayle: You're gonna have to tell her at some point. maybe you should just get it over with.

David: And how do I tell her that her whole life has changed?

Annie: And you can stand next to Mommy while she renews her vows. You want to do that?

Emma: I know, Mommy. I've done it before.

Annie: I know. And you'll be just as perfect this time. All right, honey. Come on.

Judge Robinson: Is everyone ready?

Annie: Yeah.

Judge Robinson: We're here to share the renewal vows between two people who love each other deeply.

Opal: Stop. Stop, everybody. You can't do this.

Amanda: He is so cute.

Jake: And tonight I bet you he dreams about all his new toys. I was just wondering, if he's here, it's cool if we go right over there, right, and play patty-cake? 'Cause I was thinking about it since we said it.

Amanda: Well.

Jake: Is that a yes?

Amanda: Mm-hmm.

Tad: Oh, why don't you get a room?

Jake: Oh, there's the voice. There's the voice. I was worried about you. I really was. What happened?

Tad: Nothing. Got nothing.

Liza: You just don't like what you got.

Tad: Don't help. David claims he goes to Gloucester to pick up his illegal drugs. You know, 'cause they're experimental, and he doesn't want to get popped at home.

Amanda: Well, that makes sense.

Liza: Thank you.

Jake: Yeah, well, it only makes sense if you believe that David is capable of telling the truth.

Tad: Thank you.

Jake: No, thank you. So that's it? That's all you got?

Liza: Well, no, that and a few hours in jail.

Tad: David didn't exactly like the way that I let myself in.

Liza: No, because it's called breaking and entering. All right, look, case closed, ok? David gave us a perfectly reasonable explanation. Can we just accept it and move on?

Jake: Yeah, but see, perfectly reasonable, that's when he is the most dangerous.

Tad: Oh, I'm so with Jake on this one. Something tells me there's a whole lot more going on here.

Amanda: First Opal, then you. It must be something in the family.

Tad: What? Mom had one of her spells?

Jake: Well, yeah. She ran out of here. Something about Emma Lavery.

Erica: What's going on?

Opal: I see something around Emma, and I don't like it.

Annie: No, you see me, and you don't like it, and you are trying to ruin my wedding. Adam, make her leave. I will not let you ruin my night.

Erica: So this is all about you? I mean, Opal comes in here with a warning about your little girl, and you won't even listen?

Annie: Well, because she's making it up.

Erica: Opal saw death in this house, and we all know what happened. Adam, do you want to ignore her?

Ryan: Opal, so what did you see? You saw Emma with a bright light around her? Is that it?

Opal: I most certainly did. Yeah.

Adam: Well, we'll keep her away from bright lights. How's that? Now, why don't you leave so we can get on with this?

[Helicopter]

Adam: What the devil?

Opal: Oh, my stars. It's just like my vision.

Amanda: You think David's telling the truth?

Liza: Yeah, I do.

Amanda: Well, did you try getting that through Tad's thick skull?

Liza: Yes, I did the entire way home. He just won't listen.

Tad: I'm more convinced than ever that David is up to something.

Jake: Well, then, we keep our eyes open and we stay close. And we wait till he makes a mistake, and he will. That's when we nail him.

Ryan: Ems.

Adam: What in blazes? It looks like we're being invaded.

Opal: I told you something was coming.

Emma: Look, Daddy.

Ryan: It's ok, Ems. It's just a helicopter, ok, sweets.

Emma: Not that. That. The moon. It's bigger than before. Like we could touch it.

[Machine beeping]

David: Hello, there.

Greenlee: Where's Ryan?

David: He's not here.

Greenlee: But -- we're getting married today.

David: No, Greenlee, you're not. You were in an accident. You've been asleep for a very long time.

Greenlee: What? How long?

David: Almost a year.

Greenlee: No. That's not possible. Ryan must be so worried. You have to call him. You have to tell him I'm awake.

David: I can't do that.

Greenlee: David, please.

David: Greenlee, listen to me. Ryan thinks you're dead.

Ryan: It's ok, Ems. I promise we're gonna get out of here real soon.

Adam: You're saying somebody just landed on my property? And they're heading toward the door, and you didn't try to stop them?

[Doorbell rings]

Opal: Don't answer that.

Adam: I sure as hell am gonna answer it. And I'm gonna kick whoever it is to hell. Hayley.

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