All My Children Transcript Wednesday 1/13/10
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Colby: Hey, uh, what are you guys doing?
Annie: Well, Emma's class went to the planetarium last week, so her assignment is to create a solar system.
Colby: Oh, cool. Can I help? I'm pretty good at art.
Emma: You can do Saturn.
Colby: How did you know that is my favorite?
Emma: Your mom told me.
Adam: I don't think we can wait on this.
Scott: I'll set up a meeting for early next week.
Annie: Uh, can you two take a break, please. We are talking planets in here.
Adam: Oh, Colby is helping Emma with her science project?
Annie: Isn't that amazing? Just like a real family.
J.R.: I'd drink lighter fluid if I thought it would help.
Marissa: Are you feeling any better at all?
J.R.: Oh, I'm not going to lie and say yes.
Marissa: I think we should go to the hospital.
J.R.: No. No.
Marissa: You may be having some kind of reaction to this new chemo?
J.R.: They said that this was going to happen, remember? The more aggressive the treatment, the more aggressive the side effects.
Marissa: Um, do you want a cool washcloth for your head?
J.R.: No. Well, that sounds great. Hey, buddy.
Little Adam: You look sick.
J.R.: I am. Bummer, huh?
Little Adam: Are you going to die?
Krystal: You are so good. I'm loving it.
Tad: Don't mind me, kids. Just getting some snacks for the little monsters.
Krystal: Snacks -- or candy?
Tad: Oh, ye of little faith. Behold, huh? Apples and peanut butter. Rob?
Rob: I'm good. Thanks.
Tad: Yeah, ok. This caused hysteria, you know. What they were really begging for was ice cream. I told them they were gonna have to wait until the shop was finished. Any idea when that might be?
Rob: Should be up and running in a couple months.
Tad: Really? Really? So this is like a done deal. You're committed. You're going ahead 100%, huh?
Krystal: Yeah. Why?
Tad: Far be it from me. I was just, you know -- I was just thinking, you know -- a candy shop, you know? Just -- a candy shop. It sounds kind of limited somehow.
Krystal: Limited for who?
Tad: Well, you know, for one thing -- for all the, like, the weight conscious and the, you know, the workout freaks in all of Pine Valley. Now, let me tell you something -- The Comeback. There was a place that offered something for everybody. You know, young, old, big, tall.
Krystal: The Comeback was a bar.
Tad: Yeah, which had the best food. I'm telling you, the greatest ribs in Pine Valley. And it had this, just -- you know, it had a really -- it had an inclusive environment, and I was just thinking, you know -- whoo, I thought you might want to recapture some of that.
Krystal: Tad? Tad.
Krystal: I have been living in the past for long enough. It's high time for a change.
Tad: Yeah. Ok. Well, real question is, are you ready for one? What do you think, Rob?
Amanda: So Trevor has it?
Jake: She's not saying that. This is the first I'm hearing about a genetic component.
Amanda: I can't lose him, Jake. I can't.
Angie: We can -- we can run some tests, all right? That'll tell us for certain one way or the other.
Amanda: What kind of tests? Do they hurt?
Jake: No, no. No, no. It's, uh -- there's no needles or anything like that.
Angie: Amanda, it's just a simple cheek swab to get a sample of his saliva.
Jake: So that'll show us his DNA, and that will tell us everything we need to know. How long until we can get the tests back?
Angie: Well, if you can get Trevor here today, I'll put a rush on it. We could know something by tomorrow.
Jake: That's fantastic. Isn't that good? Honey?
Amanda: What if I don't want to know anymore?
Rob: I should get going.
Krystal: So -- so soon?
Krystal: I'll, uh -- I'll walk you out. Listen, I am so sorry. I mean, things with Tad are just --
Rob: Complicated. I get it.
Krystal: No. No, they are not. They're not complicated. Not with me, ok? I know exactly what I want.
Rob: I'll see you soon.
Krystal: How -- how soon? I mean -- I mean, are you gonna be, um, you gonna be busy for the next couple of days, or --
Rob: I'll call you.
Krystal: Thanks a lot.
Tad: I was just expressing an opinion.
Krystal: No. No, you were sabotaging my relationship.
Krystal: Yeah, or whatever it is that I have with Rob. Yes, you are. Come on, I thought we said that we were going to move on.
Tad: Yeah, that's what we said. But he's your architect. You really want to mix pleasure with business?
Krystal: That's no worse than you double-dipping with your ex.
Tad: Double-dip -- well, I guess the gloves are coming off.
Krystal: So, by the way -- I mean, how are things going with you and Liza?
Tad: What do you mean, "things"? We're friends.
Krystal: You're friends. Mm-hmm. Yeah, well, Opal told me that you spent the night.
Tad: On the couch. And do me a favor. Stop discussing me with Ma, ok?
Krystal: Ok, fine. Ok, fine. Listen, I have an idea. I'll keep my nose out of your personal business if you keep your nose out of my personal business.
Tad: I got a better idea. You tell me all about yours, I'll tell you all about mine.
Bailey: Aw, it worked. He stopped crying.
Damon: Shh. Yeah.
[Knock on door]
Bailey: Let's go see who's at the door. Hey, come on in.
Bailey: Sorry the place is kind of a mess. Space is limited.
Damon: What are you doing here?
Liza: Well, I happened to get you a week's severance pay from the casino -- paid in cash.
Bailey: Wow, that's amazing.
Damon: Yeah, thanks, but I don't need any favors.
Liza: Oh, that's ok, because I didn't do it for you.
Adam: Scott, why don't you tell Emma about the volcano you made for the science fair?
Scott: I was so proud of that thing, Emma. I remember one day I decided to test it out in the kitchen. You should have seen the mess. There was lava everywhere. There was lava on the ceiling.
Annie: Oh, I'm sure Lucretia loved that.
Scott: I'm still not allowed in the kitchen unsupervised.
Colby: Well, don't take it personally. I'm not allowed in there solo either.
Adam: What do you expect? You almost burned the place down.
Colby: Ok, I did do some smoke damage, but that's it. I mean, Lucretia -- she totally freaked out. She made me eat Brussels sprouts for a week. Emma and
Emma: Brussels sprouts are gross.
Colby: Oh, tell me about it.
Annie: You ok?
Adam: It's just I'm thinking about J.R. and Little Adam. Hardly seems like a family without them.
J.R.: People get sick all the time. That doesn't mean that they're gonna die.
Marissa: That's right. We have, you know, hospitals and medicine and doctors with their stethoscopes. They're all there to help us get better.
Little Adam: Mama went to the doctor. She didn't get better.
J.R.: I know. But now her fellow angels are taking really good care of her.
Little Adam: Are you going to live with the angels, too?
J.R.: No. Your mom -- she was hurt really bad and the doctors couldn't fix her. But that's not what's happening with me.
Marissa: Your dad is gonna be just fine, ok? I don't want you worrying about any of this. Hey, I have an idea. Do you want to go over to Nana's house and see what Kathy's up to?
Little Adam: Can we go sledding?
Marissa: Sure. Can you go get your coat and your boots for me?
J.R.: Don't forget your mittens and your hat. I hate lying to him.
Marissa: Well, it's a good thing that we weren't lying, because you are going to be fine.
J.R.: You don't know that.
Marissa: Well, maybe you don't, but I do.
Amanda: Right now Trevor is healthy, happy -- a perfect little boy with his whole life in front of him.
Jake: Honey, listen.
Amanda: No. What -- what if we just keep it that way? You know, they say ignorance is bliss. What if we don't do the test, and we just let it stay the same?
Jake: Because we can't do something like that. We can't just ignore it. We'll always wonder, "Does he? Doesn't he?" And he's a smart little boy. He'll sense our fear.
Angie: Jake is right. You can't have that kind of worry hanging over your head. It's not good for you or the baby.
Amanda: I'm scared.
Jake: I know.
Amanda: But I'm his mom. I'm supposed to be the strong one.
Jake: Why don't you let me fill in for a little while, ok?
Adam: If that doesn't get an A-plus-plus, the teacher needs her head examined.
Annie: Sweetheart, what do you say to everybody for all their help?
Emma: Thank you.
Colby: You're welcome, Emma-lemma.
Annie: And, sweetheart, what about Adam?
Emma: Thank you.
Adam: You're welcome, Emma. Um, you leaving?
Colby: Um, yeah. Unfortunately, I have my own schoolwork to do, but, hey, can I get a high-five before I go? All right, well, I will see you guys later.
Scott: Tell you what. I'll walk you out.
Annie: Come here, sweets. Come here. You want to clear up with me?
Colby: You know, you don't need to escort me to the front door, but thank you.
Scott: I tell you, that was fun in there, you know?
Scott: First time in a long time that it felt like everybody was getting along. Please tell me you are not using that little girl.
Colby: Ok, I think you are mistaking me for her mother. I like Emma -- a lot. And I would never use her.
Scott: Yeah? How about your father? Hmm? Would you use him? Would you hurt him? Because that's exactly what you're gonna do if you continue with this plan to push Annie out of his life.
Colby: Well, ok, Scott, you're being paranoid, ok? I'm -- I'm taking your advice. I'm officially backing off Annie.
Colby: Yeah. I'm not saying I'm her fan or anything, but I'm willing to give her a chance.
Scott: A chance to do what, exactly? Hmm? Let her be your best friend before you stab her in the back?
Colby: You know, Scott, if that's what you think, why don't you run in there and warn Annie about my little plan before I go too far? But just so you know, you'll be the one starting the war, not me.
Liza: Cutest! So, uh, how's it going with the job search?
Damon: It's ok. Haven't found one yet, but I will.
Liza: Mm. Well, I'm actually having a room in my apartment painted, and the guy that's heading up the project told me that he could use an extra hand.
Bailey: Oh, that's great.
Liza: I don't know what it pays, but I think it would be worth him looking into it.
Bailey: Thank you.
Liza: Yeah. All right. Well, he's at my apartment right now, and I told him that you'd be coming by.
Damon: Why not, right?
Liza: Why not?
Damon: I'll call you.
Bailey: Ok. Good luck. Say, "bye."
Bailey: Christmas is long over. What's with all the gifts? There was no severance from the casino, was there?
Liza: No, that money was from me.
Bailey: And the gig you got for Damon? Did your apartment even need to get painted?
Liza: Well, you know, I'll tell you what -- no, but it was kind of fun picking out new colors.
Bailey: Why are you doing this? I mean, you don't even like him.
Liza: No, I don't, but I really do like you. And you know how I feel about this little guy. Yes, I do. I don't know. I just can't stand back and watch you guys barely scrape by, you know? He deserves more than that. So do you.
Krystal: Why -- why do I have to go first? It was your idea.
Tad: Yeah, it was my idea.
Tad: So --
Tad: So, you go first. It's like the coin toss in a football game.
Krystal: What? What are you talking about?
Tad: Have I taught you nothing?
Krystal: I don't know what you're talking about.
Tad: Reinforcements. Ah, there you are. Would you please teach her about the finer points of the pigskin?
Krystal: What's wrong?
Amanda: Is Trevor upstairs? I really need to see him.
Krystal: Yeah. Yeah, he's upstairs. Opal just --
Tad: What the --
Krystal: What happened?
Jake: What happened? What always happens -- David Hayward.
Krystal: Oh, my God. Did he -- is he --
Jake: No. He's not dead. I mean, he keeps reminding us all that his clock is still ticking.
Tad: Yeah, which is a bucket of crap, and we all know it.
Krystal: So you still think that he's faking this blood disorder.
Tad: That's exactly what I think.
Jake: Well, let's hope that you're right. Because if it's real, that could mean that Trevor's sick, too.
Krystal: It's hereditary?
Marissa: Hi. Hi, guys. I hope it's ok, us dropping by like this, but J.R. wasn't feeling very well right now, so, um, I thought that Little A and Kathy could have a play date. But if this is a bad time --
Tad: No. No, no, no. It's great. It's fine. Listen, Kathy's downstairs playing video games. Why don't you go down and see if you can give her a run for the money, huh?
Marissa: Ok, what -- you guys are freaking me out. What did I just walk in on?
Krystal: Marissa, honey, why -- why don't you, uh, why don't you sit down?
Krystal: Because there's something that you need to know.
Annie: Is this possible? Is this really happening? Us? All of us, a family?
Scott: Felt like one earlier.
Annie: Oh, I just really want that for Emma. If she could just relax where Adam's concerned. That way she could see the loving, caring man that I see and not the man who shot his brother.
Scott: Give her time, ok? She'll get there.
Annie: Yeah? And what about you? Emma's not the only one who needs to loosen up a little bit. Why are you so serious? You need -- you need to loosen it up. Just chill out, relax, huh? See, isn't that a little better?
[While Annie loosens Scott's tie, he backs away]
Scott: Yeah. Whoa, that better not be for me.
Annie: What --
Emma: It's for the snowman.
Annie: What --
Adam: Which we are about to build.
Annie: Now? It's gonna be dark soon.
Adam: Well, that makes it more fun.
Annie: All right. Go get your snow gear.
Annie: Looks like you're making some progress.
Adam: Well, too bad I had to resort to bribery.
Annie: Oh, don't worry about it. Get used to it. 7-year-olds -- cookies are king. Come here, you. Come here. I'll help. Ah, good girl.
Adam: Ah. Oh, no, that's just -- I'm gonna have to take this. It's business.
Annie: Oh, ok. We can wait for you.
Adam: No, no, no. You go right ahead. I'll, uh, I won't be long.
Adam: Adam Chandler.
Annie: Hat. All right. Oh, you're all toasty now. Here you go. Ok, well, stay where I can see you, ok?
Annie: I wasn't trying to make you uncomfortable before.
Scott: I know.
Annie: Do you? Really? Just so there's no confusion, I have no intention of breaking Adam's trust again -- not for you, not for anyone.
Colby: Good. You're home. You wouldn't believe how well it's working, J.R. Annie is toast. You should have seen her today, gushing how we're a real family now. Please. That psycho will never be a part of us -- ever.
J.R.: Sounds like you're gonna make sure of that.
Colby: Oh, I am. Um, there's just one problem. I sort of -- I sort of told Scott how I really felt. I know. Stupid, right? But at the time I thought he'd make a good ally.
J.R.: Scott's on Team Annie.
Colby: Oh, I get that. Question is, why?
J.R.: Probably because he still has a thing for her.
Colby: But wouldn't that make him want to help? I mean, if Dad and Annie break up, then Scott can move in for the kill.
J.R.: Except that's not the way he operates. You want to break up this marriage, go for it. But you're not gonna get any help from our cousin.
Colby: Or you, I'm guessing. You look like hell.
J.R.: Oh, well, gee, thanks.
Colby: Please say you're not drinking again.
Marissa: So you're saying that I could be sick? That I could die like David?
Jake: Don't do this to yourself, ok? You're gonna get a DNA test, and Angie said that if we do this today, we can get the results tomorrow.
Tad: I'm sorry, Marissa. I mean, it's got to be a lot to take in, especially now.
Marissa: What about Little A?
Krystal: I don't want to think about that.
Jake: He's gonna be tested, too. Hopefully, he's fine.
Marissa: Oh, my God. I can't believe that this is happening.
Kathy: Can we go sledding?
Tad: Well, as you're already dressed, I think that could be arranged. Go on. Meet you outside. Uh, listen, why don't you step outside with me and keep an eye on the kids, ok?
Tad: So, Amanda's really freaking out, huh?
Jake: We're both freaking out.
Tad: Oh, come on. At least you know that Hayward's faking it.
Jake: Well, what if I'm wrong and Trevor's next?
Tad: You can't start giving a guy like David the benefit of the doubt, ok? Not now.
Jake: I'm the first one to tell you I think David's a liar, you know? But the whole time I am actually hoping that it's true so we could be rid of the bastard once and for all. But what if my wish comes true? That would mean that Trevor's next.
Tad: That's not how it works.
Jake: How does it work? Tell me how it works.
Tad: I don't know, Jake. Get out of the street.
Jake: Look, I would gladly put up with David Hayward for the rest of my natural-born life as long as Trevor was ok. I mean, you know, I love him.
Tad: Uh-huh. You've already given him everything that you can.
Marissa: When Little A saw J.R. not feeling well earlier, he asked if his dad was going to die.
Krystal: If that just doesn't break your heart.
Marissa: He can't lose another parent, Krystal.
Krystal: You are not going anywhere, ok? There is a good chance that you didn't inherit this disease.
Marissa: But what about Trevor? I mean, is it even statistically possible that both David's kids could be in the clear?
Krystal: I think that's a question for Angie.
Amanda: Why bother? We both know the answer.
Liza: Honestly, I meant it when I said that I missed you guys. You guys became part of my family.
Bailey: Well, we missed you, too. Right?
Liza: I don't know. I thought it was gonna be the best idea just to make a clean break, you know? But honestly, I -- I just don't know what to do. I mean, obviously I'm not very good at keeping people, you know? I lost you. I lost Stuart. My daughter just moved back in with her father.
Bailey: I'm sorry.
Liza: Yeah. Well, here I am. I come back to Pine Valley to reconnect with my daughter, start a family -- and I'm alone.
J.R.: You're starting to sound like Adam. You know that?
Colby: Well, I'm worried about you.
J.R.: Well, stop. I'm not drinking.
J.R.: But I'll take a breathalyzer if you want.
Colby: No. I believe you. But you have to admit -- I mean, you haven't been acting yourself these past few months. Is everything cool with you and Marissa?
J.R.: Yeah. Yeah, Marissa and I are fine. We're -- I got this flu that I just can't seem to shake, you know?
Colby: Oh. You should hit up Lucretia.
Colby: Hello? Magical soup?
J.R.: That's right. I totally forgot about that.
Colby: I swear that stuff could cure a terminal disease.
J.R.: Well, if Lucretia's not making any house calls any time soon, I'm not gonna be getting any of her soup, because I'm not gonna be swinging by Adam's house.
Colby: So, I'll get the recipe.
J.R.: Well, how are you gonna do that when she guards that box with her life?
Colby: So? I'll -- I'll steal it.
J.R.: How are you gonna get in the kitchen unsupervised?
Colby: Can you believe she still makes me follow that rule?
J.R.: You practically burned down the whole place.
Colby: Oh, that's what Dad was saying earlier. Don't worry, people. There were no flames.
J.R.: So you and Dad were reminiscing earlier?
Colby: Yeah. And Scott. Dad misses you. He wishes you were there. Once I boot Annie out of the house, then we can --
J.R.: Look, Annie or no Annie, it's not gonna make any difference. There's no going back for Adam and me.
Angie: All right, we're all set. So, who wants to go first? That's a dumb question. I know none of you want to be here.
Jake: Ok, you know, we'll do it, because we might as well get it over with. Ready?
Krystal: Can I get you anything?
Marissa: Yeah. I -- I'd love some tea.
Krystal: Ok. Coming right up.
Tad: So, I'm guessing that you haven't told J.R. what's going on with either you or Little A.
Marissa: No. But it's not like we're finding anything out today, right? And J.R. has enough on his mind.
Tad: That sounds so familiar. Oh, that's right. That's right. That's exactly what he said about you and his cancer. I got it. I got it.
Marissa: It's not the same thing.
Tad: Honey, come on. Don't make the same mistake he did. Tell your husband what's going on.
Amanda: Yeah, that wasn't so bad, now was it, big guy?
Jake: So we'll know tomorrow, right?
Angie: Yeah. I'll call you as soon as the results come in.
Amanda: There's something you're not telling us. What is it?
Angie: After you left, I consulted with a hematologist. Well, I got the most recent information on malignant erythrotosis. And, um, you know, there's not a ton of stats on this disease. But there was one number that kept coming up. And I know that this is the last thing that either one of you want to hear.
Amanda: Just say it.
Angie: 85% of patients diagnosed -- they ended up passing it on to their children.
Bailey: Sometimes I don't even know how you can look at me.
Bailey: I mean, you come back here to find your daughter and adopt a son. Yeah, and then I came and ruined everything.
Liza: No, come on. Bailey, you had every right to want to see your son.
Bailey: Yeah, I know. But I caused so much drama. And now everything is messed up between you and Colby.
Liza: No, no. Really, Colby left for her own reasons. Trust me. Well, her relationship with her father is tenuous at best. She's got this sort of, you know, love-hate, tug-of-war kind of thing that's going on with them.
Bailey: And right now it's in the love phase?
Liza: Well, kind of. You know, Adam, her father, actually just got remarried, and to say that Colby is unimpressed with his new wife would be a massive understatement.
Bailey: Got it.
Liza: So, Colby decided she needed to move back in with him to protect him. I don't want her getting in the middle of that. You know? I worry about her.
Bailey: Well, of course, you do. You're her mom. Why aren't you sharing this with her?
Liza: Well, my daughter Colby is not exactly the best listener.
Bailey: So keep trying. You didn't give up on me, right? Don't give up on your daughter.
Scott: So what do you think, Emma? Huh? Best snowman ever?
Annie: Well, we have to give him a cool name.
Scott: You're right. How about Humphrey?
Annie: I said, "cool name."
Scott: Sorry. Sorry, sorry. Constantine.
Emma: No way!
Scott: Oh! What? Are you just gonna let her beat up on me like that?
Annie: You started it. What adult male still has a snowball launcher anyway?
Scott: Oh, this adult male, that's who.
Adam: Is the snowman finished already?
Annie: Hey. Well, it was so cold out there that we decided to come in and warm up. I hope we didn't interrupt your phone call.
Adam: Oh, no, no. No problem.
Emma: Scott started a big snowball fight.
Adam: Oh, he did, did he? Sounds like fun.
Annie: It was fun. But unfortunately the fun is over. It is time for bed, miss thing. Upstairs, brush your teeth. I'll be in to read you a story soon, ok? Go on. Uh, sweetie, don't you want to say good night?
Emma: Good night.
Adam: Good night, Emma. Sweet dreams.
Annie: I know one day very, very soon Emma is going to love you just as much as I do.
Amanda: He's getting sleepy. I think I'm gonna go put him down.
Jake: I think he's fine. I think he's comfortable. Can I just talk to you for a second? We need to talk.
Amanda: About what?
Jake: You're scared about what Angie said.
Amanda: And you're not? She basically handed our son a death sentence, Jake.
Jake: No, that's not at all what she did. She said that he had a 15% chance of not being sick.
Amanda: 15% is nothing.
Jake: Look, even if Trevor has that genetic marker --
Amanda: I can't think about it.
Jake: Listen to me. Even if he has that genetic marker, it doesn't mean he's gonna die.
Amanda: That's exactly what it means, Jake. Maybe not today or tomorrow, but before he should. Before us.
Jake: Look at it this way. It hasn't hit David for such a long time, right? Isn't that right? And Marissa -- she shows absolutely no signs of any symptoms or anything. So if this a reality -- I mean, if he -- we have time.
Amanda: To say good-bye?
Jake: No. To find a cure.
Amanda: What if that's impossible? You could give me all the time in the world, and I'm never gonna be ready to let him go. Do you believe in karma?
Jake: Don't go there, please.
Amanda: You know, we faked Trevor's death. We held a memorial service. You think we're getting what we deserve?
Jake: No, I don't think that.
Amanda: How can you be so sure?
Jake: Because that's not the way that it works.
Amanda: I know it wasn't real. But it felt that way when I -- when I held that urn and buried the ashes. Look at him, Jake. I cannot go through that with Trevor.
Jake: You're not gonna have to, ok? You're not gonna have to because if he is sick, I will dedicate, I will devote every single minute, every single second of my life to finding a cure for our little boy, ok?
Krystal: You know, I'm starving. Maybe I should go see what I can round up in the fridge.
Tad: Honey, you don't have to do that.
Tad: Be strong. Marissa's not here anymore.
Krystal: My God, Tad -- I mean, just the thought of losing another daughter --
Tad: Now, come on.
Krystal: Little A.
Tad: We still don't know if that disease is for real, remember?
Krystal: Yeah, but we have no proof that it's not. So, it's possible that David is legit, right?
Tad: Yeah, it's possible.
Krystal: So then it's possible that Marissa and my grandson --
Tad: Whatever you need, whenever you need it -- you just ask, ok? Ok?
Krystal: You mean that?
Tad: Oh, hell, yes. I was wrong about what I said before. You don't live here just for Jenny.
Krystal: We're friends.
Tad: Oh, best kind. After going through what we've been through together, and we still hang, laugh, torture one another, tell each other our deepest and darkest secrets. Hmm?
Krystal: Nice try. Nice try. I think I'm gonna go upstairs and check on the kids and give them a kiss.
Tad: You ever kiss that architect? I mean, as long as you bring it up, I just -- you know, like a real kiss, like a movie star kiss. That's what Kathy calls it.
Krystal: Good night, Tad.
Marissa: Hey. I picked up some soup.
J.R.: Oh, thank you.
Marissa: How are you feeling?
J.R.: Feeling a little better. How's Little Adam?
Marissa: He's good. He was a lot better when we got to Tad and Krystal's. I hope it's ok that he's staying the night.
J.R.: I'm glad. I hate having him see me like this. I can barely stand it when you do.
J.R.: No, seriously. You should see your face right now.
Marissa: J.R., it's not you.
J.R.: Then what?
Marissa: Um -- this, um, blood disease of David's --
Marissa: I could have it, too. It's hereditary.
J.R.: Oh, my God. Little Adam?
Marissa: Yeah. Yeah, he's also at risk.
J.R.: Well -- you just found this out today?
Marissa: Yeah. I went to the hospital and I got some tests, and I guess we'll, you know, we'll just have to do the same for Little A.
J.R.: Why didn't you tell me when you were on the phone?
Marissa: I know, I know. I should have, but you just have so much on your plate right now I didn't --
J.R.: Yeah, well, it's a good thing that I have my appetite back.
Adam: The reports are on my desk in my study. Would you mind grabbing them for me?
Annie: Oh, sorry. I thought Adam was alone.
Scott: I was just leaving.
Annie: Ah. Hi.
Adam: Mm. Mm! Well, what was that for?
Annie: Just a little reminder to show you how much I love you. I feel like I have been so focused on Emma lately, I just didn't want you to feel neglected. Hmm, let's see here.
Adam: Oh, my, my, my. My, my, my.
[Scott watches through the terrace door]
Colby: Hey. What are you doing here?
Liza: Listen, Colby, I was worried about you, and I'm hoping that we can talk.
Colby: Relax, Mom. I have everything under control.
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