All My Children Transcript Friday 3/19/10
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Tad: How am I supposed to sit on this? Don't you dare.
Tad: No. You know what I'm saying. I don't know how I'm supposed to not say a word to anybody, you know? I don't know why I should have to. I've already been through this nightmare once, you know? How many times do I have to go through it? I already had a daughter right under my nose I didn't know was mine.
Krystal: Well, you have Kathy now, and she is fine.
Tad: Yeah, well, Damon's not. The kid's got more trouble than he knows what to do with, most of it of his own making. I spring something like this on him, he's gonna take off all over again. And I wouldn't blame him with his mother hiding out somewhere in the continent.
Krystal: What I don't get is how Liza got all mixed up in this. Why does she talk to Hillary in Ohio?
Tad: Absolutely. That's what I'd like to know. She's acting so strangely lately. It's like if she's not tied up in every little aspect of my life, you know, she acts like she's crushed. I don't get it.
Krystal: I do. Liza has fallen for you -- hard.
Liza: Colby, I just care about you. Colby, you are beautiful. You're intelligent. You are from an extremely prominent family. You can do a lot better than that.
Colby: Mom, I have told you a million times now. Damon and I are just friends.
Liza: Well, you shouldn't be. Just end it.
Colby: Oh, my God, this is crazy.
Liza: Please, Colby, just trust me on this. Just trust me.
Colby: No. Not unless you tell me why you are so down on Damon.
Liza: Ok. Ahem. When I went to Ohio to visit Bailey, I met Damon's parents, and it all makes sense.
Liza: Why that boy is just damaged goods.
Damon: Everything is cool. There's no need to call my probation officer.
Angie: You know, you're here to do community service, and clearly you're unwilling to perform your duties.
Damon: I was just taking a break.
Angie: You can take all the breaks you want: In jail.
Damon: Look, I was acting really stupid. I'm sorry. That will never happen again.
Angie: You know, I have cut you enough slack already. You have exactly one hour for lunch. Now, you come back on time or you don't come back at all.
Damon: Thank you. I'm gonna go home for lunch, if that's ok?
Angie: Last chance, Mr. Miller. Don't blow it.
Damon: Off my case, Dr. Hard-ass.
J.R.: Where's your mask?
Angie: I don't need one anymore. I just met with Dr. Kahn, and she is very pleased with your progress.
J.R.: The transplant's working.
Angie: Your white cells have been grafted, and your count is in the normal range to fight infection. From now on, healthy visitors will just have to wash their hands.
J.R.: Great. So what's the next step? When can I get out of here?
Angie: You know, you're doing great, J.R., but we still have to take this one step at a time.
J.R.: Absolutely. But if there's anything we can do to speed it along, you know, let's do it. Money's no object. What?
Angie: You are definitely your father's son.
Adam: I don't want her suspicious about what we're doing. Annie just has to be kept busy.
Annie: [Gasps] Who's there? [Screams] Oh! Oh!
Adam: Annie? Are you all right? What did you see in there?
Krystal: It's obvious, Tad. It has been for a while.
Tad: No, it's not obvious. Liza -- come on. We go back a long way. We're on the same page, all right? We're just friends that enjoy each other's company. No strings, no promises. And you obviously know something, so what is it?
Tad: What is it, Krystal? Don't do this. What is it?
Krystal: Ok, Opal gave me some advice. It was more like a warning, actually.
Krystal: She just said that Liza is jealous of me, I guess: You know, threatened by our relationship. I told her that was absolutely ridiculous.
Tad: No, maybe it's not. Liza came right out, flat asked me who else knew about me being Damon's father.
Tad: When I mentioned your name, she had this reaction.
Krystal: What, she got upset?
Tad: It's more like she just kind of shut down, you know, just like these things came over her eyes. She tried to hide it, but, yeah, she was upset. So God help me, maybe Ma is right.
Krystal: She has no reason to be jealous.
Krystal: So how are you gonna deal with it?
Tad: I don't know. I'm making this up as I go along. Poor Liza's already had her heart stepped on so many times, and let's face it. The fact is mine was the first footprint.
Krystal: Yeah, well, "poor Liza" has done her share of hurting, too. I mean, I think she's --
Tad: You know what? I'm sorry. I can't -- [Babbles]
Tad: I know it sounds really screwy and selfish, but I'm sorry. I cannot deal with this right now.
Krystal: No, it's ok. I know you've got a lot to deal with, Tad.
Tad: I'm already feeling bad about dropping the ball with J.R., the poor kid: Me not being able to find his brother. And now I've got to deal with Damon? I can't let him down. What am I supposed to do?
Krystal: Why not track down Hillary?
Tad: What, just take off to Europe? Well, because I'd be making the same mistake she is. The minute I got on the plane, it'd be like I was deserting Damon, too, and all because I had to lasso Hillary over a secret she decided to keep 20 years ago.
Krystal: I had a secret, a child that I didn't want anybody to know about. And when the truth came out, yes, it was painful, it was scary, but above all else, it was a relief to not have to carry that around inside. Maybe deep down that's what Hillary wants. You know? You should find out how she feels.
Tad: I don't have to find out. I know how she feels. It's perfectly obvious. She doesn't want anybody to know that I'm Damon's father: Least of all, Damon. It's no wonder the kid's a mess. She's been lying to him his entire life. Being raised by a man that treats him like dirt? I mean, he had to know something was wrong. What are you doing home?
Damon: Lunch -- hospital food is nasty. Oh, expect a call from your friend Dr. Ha -- Hubbard.
Tad: Angela? What happened?
Damon: What always happens: I screwed up.
Liza: I mean, I'm not saying it is his fault. I mean, it's his parents. They basically ignored him since birth. I mean, his mother -- well, she tries to fit him in when she can, and his father -- forget about it. So they've been doing this for year after year after year, and that is why Damon has got himself into a lot of trouble.
Colby: Am I damaged goods?
Liza: What? No.
Colby: Really? Really? Because you kidnapped me when I was a kid from my dad. That didn't do any damage?
Liza: Why are you bringing this up? You're nothing like Damon.
Colby: Yeah, I stole cars. I got busted for underage drinking. I crashed a yacht.
Liza: Ok, enough --
Colby: You want to know what I did on that yacht, Mom? I got drunk and I had sex. Yeah, and I thought I was pregnant. Where were you? Where were you: Any closer to me than Damon's parents are to him? What's wrong, Mom? You can dish it out, but you can't take it. Can't stand to hear that your kid is a loser, too?
Liza: You are not a loser. Stop it. You were just a teenager acting out. But you? You have grown up. And, by the way, I don't think it was any coincidence. All those things -- they happened while you were living with Adam.
Colby: Ok, you know what? Don't even blame Dad for it. You used me the same way he did, Mom: As a weapon.
Adam: Annie, are you all right?
Annie: Yeah. I'm fine now.
Brooke: Do you always hang out in the tunnels?
Annie: It's my house. I can do whatever I want.
Brooke: I was just curious about what you were up to, that's all.
Adam: As am I.
Annie: Well, that makes three of us. I heard you two talking, saying you didn't want me to be suspicious of what you're doing. So tell me. What exactly is it that you're doing?
Adam: Brooke and I have been talking about "Tempo." We have an exciting new assignment for you. But we didn't want to talk too much about it until we cleared everything up. We didn't want you to become suspicious of the participants who are refusing to participate.
Annie: Great. Well, I can't wait to get back to work. So tell me about my big assignment.
Adam: You tell me why you're interested in the tunnels.
Annie: Oh, I was just exploring.
Annie: Well, because now that I am going to be working at a magazine again, I thought I need to polish my research skills. So I looked up this house on the Internet, and I found out that it was a part of the Underground Railroad. So I just wanted to be actually in the tunnels and feeling the history, you know? What about you, Brooke? You lived here for a while. Do you know about the tunnels? Have you been in them at all lately?
Adam: I think I'm going to the hospital to check on J.R. Yeah.
Brooke: Hmm. "Exploring," huh?
Annie: Is that a problem?
Brooke: It's a lie. You weren't in the tunnels for a history lesson. You were spying on Adam and me.
[Music plays at ConFusion]
Liza: I'm so sorry because -- huh. Here I am. I'm going off on Damon's mother not being there for him, and I did the exact same thing. I was selfish. I was selfish, and I just was thinking about myself. And, um, I didn't realize how many times you needed me and I wasn't there.
Liza: And I was just so driven about me trying to get back at Adam, and I didn't even think about how much it affected you. But in no way are you damaged, because I see you. I mean, I really see you. I see how much you love your family and how loyal you are to your friends. You're -- you're absolutely incredible, and you make me so proud.
Colby: Yeah. Thanks! You make me proud, too, Mom.
Singer: I need your love
Liza: Oh, I'll -- huh! Wow. Well, I don't know about you, but I feel a thousand times better. Who knew that a simple little apology could make all the difference, right?
Singer: Sometimes I feel my soul's apart
Damon: Look, I know I can't keep asking you to bail me out.
Tad: Another fight with Angela Hubbard, Dr. Angela Hubbard? Boy, you're lucky you're standing.
Damon: I didn't mean to, but I can't stand her! She's always up in my face!
Tad: Because she cares! She just wants you to take your job seriously. You know, you show a little enthusiasm, I guarantee you she'll back off.
Damon: I'm sorry. I can't get psyched about emptying bedpans.
Tad: Damon, you don't have to like it, you just have to do it. You were in the police station. You heard the judge. Your community service is not an option.
Damon: So I finish my sentence, and then what? My band broke up. I suck at school. No one's ever gonna hire me.
Tad: Hey, I did.
Damon: I need something steady, man, something real. I have a son to take care of.
Tad: Yeah. Ok, then I'll make some phone calls and see what I can come up with.
Damon: I still don't get why you're being so nice to me, but thanks.
Tad: Boy. Listen, so you're not into bedpans. What are you into?
Damon: I'm into music and hot girls, but I don't really think those kind of jobs are either steady or real.
Tad: It's like looking at a -- ok, just go. Go eat something before Angela calls and I have to answer for you.
Damon: Hey, have I gotten any messages here?
Tad: No, not that I'm aware of. Why?
Damon: I called my parents, like, 10 times. I've texted them, too. I haven't heard anything.
Tad: Yeah. About that, there's something you should know. Your parents left the country. They're in Europe.
Damon: Do you know when they're coming back?
Tad: No. All I could find out was that it's an extended trip.
Damon: Huh. They probably can't even figure out how to answer a text, man. Parents are so freaking lame. Hey, maybe they'll never come back.
Annie: Why would I be spying on my own husband?
Brooke: You tell me.
Annie: Ok, don't bother with the reporting skills right now. Adam's not here.
Brooke: I simply asked you a simple question.
Annie: No, you accused me of spying.
Brooke: Were you?
Annie: You know, you really have some nerve.
Brooke: I have to get to the office. Why don't you come with me, all right? We can start on the new issue of the new-and-improved "Tempo."
Annie: Now? I have a Pilates session.
Brooke: Well, you said you wanted to dive in. That's what you told Adam, and that's what he wants.
Annie: Fine. I'll see Sven tomorrow.
Brooke: Good. I think the cover has to be something edgy. Actually, I read this fascinating psychological study about individual perception altering reality.
Brooke's voice: You deserve someone so much better than Annie.
Adam's voice: I know that now. It's you, Brooke. You have been the love of my life. Annie's just after my money. She thinks she has me fooled.
Brooke: You know what you have to do. You have to divorce her and cut her out of your will as soon as possible.
Adam: Hmm. Already in the works. She's gonna be left without a cent.
Brooke: Annie? Are you gonna go get dressed?
Annie: No. I'm sorry. I can't work with you today.
Krystal: Oh, hi, Liza.
Liza: I need to talk to Tad.
Krystal: Well, I'm sorry, but now is not really a good time.
Liza: Wow, you know his schedule, too. You're really on top of it, aren't you?
Tad: For what's worth, I agree with you. You know, your parents taking off like that -- that's not cool.
Damon: It's no big deal. It's not the first time.
Tad: It's happened before? Huh. You know, I had somebody that I loved more than anything take off away from me to go to Europe once. I didn't know where -- Switzerland, as it turns out -- but I didn't know. She wouldn't call, she wouldn't write, and I was literally worried sick.
Damon: Did you find her?
Tad: Yeah. Eventually, she resurfaced, but that's not what I'm saying. My point is I know how you feel, how it feels to be alone, ok, and you know that you're not, right, Damon? And there's a lot of people here, a lot of really, really good people pulling for you, who care. You know, they want to help you.
Damon: They've been doing this to me my whole life. Sometimes my dad has some important business trip, sometimes it's just vacation. My mom always goes with him.
Tad: And where does that leave you?
Tad: By yourself? For how long?
Damon: I don't know. Weeks, usually.
Tad: And what did you do while they were away?
Damon: What any kid does with an empty house, man: I partied. I partied all the time, and they actually got pissed at me for it. Like, didn't they get that there wouldn't be any parties if they just stuck around? I never would've gotten arrested or flunked all my classes or knocked up my girlfriend. Whatever. They're out of the country. I don't live there anymore. If I screw up again, it won't be their problem. It'll be yours.
Adam: J.R.'s improving by leaps and bounds, isn't he?
Angie: We are very encouraged. What about you? Aren't you due for a cardiac checkup?
Adam: Oh, me? I never felt better in my life. Hmm.
J.R.: Just give me those numbers right away. All right.
Adam: Angie says I don't need a mask!
J.R.: So what are you doing all the way over there?
Adam: I don't know. I forgot. Oh, you're gonna be ok!
J.R.: Yeah, that's what they tell me.
Adam: Yeah? Yeah. Son, when you get out of here, I want you to come home to the mansion.
Adam: No, no, J.R., we got to talk about your health. You need a protected environment, and I can give you that. A staff around the clock, medical supplies, all the equipment. And, of course, you can bring Marissa and A.J. with you when you move in.
J.R.: Dad, that sounds perfect. I want to be home with family. I want to be home with you. Nothing is more important.
J.R.: I got to take this.
Adam: You know, Scott has the company covered.
J.R.: No, Scott's swamped, and things are slipping through the cracks -- like Slater's casino. We could've had that, but we were asleep at the wheel. Ryan Lavery grabbed that.
Adam: We'll have other opportunities.
J.R.: No. I can't think that way anymore. This is my second chance at everything, and I'm going all the way this time. No one will stop me. No one, including your wife.
Scott: Whoa, where's the fire?
Annie: I can't talk right now.
Scott: Yes, you can. Come here. Come here. What's wrong?
Annie: What's wrong?
Annie: What's wrong is somebody pretending to be perfect when she is not. What's wrong is somebody talking down to me like I am an idiot! Pretending to be sweet and supportive, when really she's a conniving little --
Annie: She was a schemer back in the day, you know that? She told me all about it, and she hasn't changed. So she might have you people fooled, but she doesn't have me fooled.
Scott: Annie, Brooke is not out to get you.
Annie: She is trying to take over my life, Scott! She moved into my house. She took my job. She's trying to steal my husband. I think they're having an affair.
Scott: Oh, that's ridiculous!
Annie: Everybody's giving me such a hard time about Adam, right? They always said I don't love him. I'm just using him for his money. What about Brooke? Her plan is so obvious: Seduce Adam, get him to divorce me, make him change his will so she'll get everything!
Scott: Ok, Brooke is wealthy. She is not after my uncle's cash.
Annie: Fine. Well, then J.R. probably put her up to it, or Colby. They probably called Brooke, convinced her to come to town, ruin my marriage, so Adam will throw me out on the street, and everybody walks away thrilled.
Scott: Ok, you're being paranoid, and you just need to calm down because everything is fine.
Annie: Then why does it feel like I am so unwanted? I am being left out of everything, and it is so unfair after what I did.
Scott: What'd you do?
Annie: What? Nothing. No, I'm just saying that I -- my point is everyone just hates me no matter what I do.
Scott: I don't.
Annie: Really? Because you've been very cold lately, very distant. I thought you were the only other person in this family that really cared about me, Scott. Do you? Do you still care?
Adam: We shouldn't talk about Annie. It's too stressful.
J.R.: For you maybe. You look exhausted. When was the last time you slept?
Adam: I don't know. But with you on the mend, I'm gonna be sleeping a lot better.
J.R.: It's Annie, isn't it? She's cranking up the pressure. She's hoping that you have some sort of killer heart attack so she can collect.
Adam: Annie has been nothing but supportive.
J.R.: Oh, come on, Dad. She was probably loving this. I get cancer, you're a wreck: Puts her one step closer to the jackpot.
Adam: You couldn't be more wrong. You should be very grateful to Annie. What she did for you was amazing.
J.R.: What has Annie ever done for me?
Adam: All right, this conversation is over. You're far too upset.
J.R.: Tell me what Annie did.
Adam: No! I'm sorry I mentioned it!
J.R.: Well, you did, so talk!
Angie: Out, now.
J.R.: We're in the middle of something.
Angie: I know. I could hear you all the way down the hall. Now, I'm going to start limiting your visitors from now on.
J.R.: What? Why?
Angie: Shut your eyes and get some rest, and I'll be back to check on you later. Come on, you, let's go.
Adam: He is tearing Annie to shreds in there, because he doesn't know that she is the bone marrow donor that saved his life.
Angie: J.R. does not know that.
Adam: No, he doesn't, because I can't tell him. Because if I mention Annie's name, he goes bananas on me.
Angie: You know what? I'm right. You do need a checkup.
Adam: I'm fine.
Angie: Listen, you have a serious heart condition. Now, it needs to be monitored by an expert cardiologist. Do you understand that?
Scott: We've talked about this, Annie. We can't go there again.
Annie: Don't tell me this is about Adam's stupid merit trust. I'm not gonna lose my fair share of this estate. We haven't broken any rules.
Scott: We have broken plenty of rules already. If Adam even thinks that you are cheating, we -- Annie, I do care about you. I care about you as a friend. But if you keep making it more than that, then that's it, ok? No more friendship, no nothing. It's over. I'm done.
Annie: I can't deal with this alone, Scott. I need somebody to talk to about Brooke.
Scott: How about your husband?
Annie: I tried that! He doesn't want to hear it! He just defends Brooke! The more honest I am, the more angry he gets, and he's just gonna turn to her.
Annie: Ohh. Hold on. Scott's right here.
J.R.: I don't want to talk to Scott.
Annie: Well, your dad and Colby -- they're not here either.
J.R.: I called for you. Come to the hospital now, and come alone.
Krystal: This is not a competition, ok? Obviously, we both care about Tad.
Liza: Right, which is why I need to talk to him.
Krystal: Ok, fine. I would just wait until he's finished talking to Damon, all right?
Tad: You know, Damon, you say the word, I'll track down your parents for you.
Damon: No. I got to go.
Tad: What do you mean? What about lunch? Get something to eat.
Damon: I'm not hungry.
Liza: You got a second?
Tad: Now is not a very good time.
Adam: J.R.'s making remarkable progress right now. He's gonna be released soon, and when he is, I want you gone.
David: You might want to rethink that decision, Adam. While you were at the hospital, there was a lot going on around here.
Adam: And just what are you talking about?
David: I'm talking about your young, sexy, two-faced wife.
Liza: Please, I, um, I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. I should've never looked for Hillary when I was in Ohio. I'm a lawyer. What can I say? I thought I would mediate things and make them easier for you and for Damon and -- ok, that's not entirely true. It's because she's your first love and I got curious. Look, I did not know that Damon was your son.
Tad: Look, you don't have to do this now, Liza. As a matter of fact, it's probably --
Liza: Please? Just let me get this out, please? I'm sorry. I was wrong. I know this was not the easiest way to find out that this was your son, and I just made it worse.
Tad: It's ok.
Liza: No, it's not ok. Please? Just let me make this right.
Colby: Hey! So J.R.'s doing much better. Right. Right, right. I meant to ask my dad about changing your community service. I'm sorry. He's been really busy. Don't worry. No one says no to Adam Chandler around here. One phone call and you'll be off bedpan duty for good.
Angie: We don't do special favors in this hospital, Mr. Miller. The job is what it is. Now, get to stepping.
Colby: Sorry. I didn't mean to get you in trouble.
Damon: It's not your fault. She's had it in for me since I got here. Oh, man. I cannot catch a freaking break today.
Colby: Yeah, well, some days just suck, you know?
Damon: Most, actually.
J.R.: Did you wash your hands?
Annie: Of course. What, do you think I'd infect you on purpose?
Annie: So no masks. That's a good thing. And I guess you'll be going home soon.
J.R.: When I get out of here, I'm moving out of the Yacht Club, and I'm moving my family back in the mansion, and the first thing I'm gonna do is lay down some rules.
Adam: Don't you dare malign Annie that way.
David: As your physician, I feel I have an obligation to be honest. I'm sticking to our deal. You keep me hidden from the police, I keep you alive.
Adam: Now that I know my son is all right, I will be, too.
David: No, no, no. You're facing a new health hazard, Adam -- your wife.
Adam: I'm warning you.
David: Ok, look, I know you don't want to hear this right now, but since your life and my freedom are on the line, I saw Annie with Scott. She's deceiving you, Adam. First off, she despises Brooke English. I mean, she hates her with a passion. She's so jealous of her, she can't even see straight.
Adam: That just proves how much my wife loves me.
David: No, no, no. She loves your money. You should've heard her going off about your finances, your estate, and some merit trust? And then Annie practically threw herself at your nephew.
David: I swear to you, Adam, I saw it with my own eyes. There she was, batting her eyelashes, pressing up against him, saying how lonely she is, how much she needs him. Now, to his credit, Scott -- he stood strong. But he did say something about "not wanting to go there again." So, clearly, this wasn't the first time.
Adam: Not another word! Not --
Damon: No, no, not -- "send." "Send," not "delete." "Send"! Ugh! Crap!
Woman: Our closet's free.
Damon: I'm busy. Look, I said I'm busy!
Angie: Where are his meds?
Nurse: Right here. They're gone.
Angie: What do you mean? A full bottle of diazepam? Mr. Miller, stop!
Tad: I mean it. Now is not a very good time.
Liza: Yeah, I know. You keep saying that.
Tad: Your apology -- it means the world to me.
Liza: Oh, really? So much so that you push me away literally?
Tad: Oh, Liza, I've got to focus on Damon right now.
Liza: Ok, so focus. So focus. Talk to me, Tad. You see? You can't. But you can certainly talk to Jesse, right, and you can talk to Angie, and -- well, definitely Krystal.
Tad: Don't do that. Don't! Why do you do that? Why should I have to deal with that right now on top of everything else: Your jealousy?
Liza: Oh, I want to help, and now you're calling me jealous?
Tad: Aren't you?
Liza: Tad, I did not do this to you. When I was going through hell with Stuart, you were my rock. I bared my soul to you, and now you need help with your son and you're completely shutting me out.
Tad: That's not what I'm doing at all. Liza, I care about you so much, but I mean what I'm saying. I've got a lot to deal with right now, and I'm doing the best I can, but it's hard. And it's getting harder because the entire time I'm walking around thinking that I'm on top of eggshells, because I don't want to set you off.
Tad: You're a terrific girl.
Liza: Ok, you know what? I --
Tad: I just think -- maybe we should cool things off a little bit.
Liza: You're breaking up with me.
David: I didn't mean to get you that upset, but I was right to tell you about Annie.
Adam: Leave me alone.
David: That's precisely what I can't do. You need me, Adam. I think I've proven that just now. Now, your medication is essential, but I'd like to start you on a new regimen of yoga and relaxation exercises.
Adam: Why should I believe a word you say?
David: You're not convinced?
David: Ok, fine. Well, then why don't you ask Scott? Or Brooke? You trust them, don't you?
Adam: I'll go directly to my wife, thank you.
David: Don't waste your time. Annie is no angel, Adam. Your wife is the same opportunistic liar she's always been, and sooner or later she's gonna do something that's gonna send your heart into overdrive, and when she does, you're gonna want me to be there to save you. Now, obviously, I can provide stellar medical care, but I can be useful in other ways, as well. You're gonna need someone's eyes and ears around this house for you. I can do that. I can watch. I can listen. I can report anything that I hear, but most important, protect you from the enemy.
J.R.: Rule number one, you tell me the truth about everything.
Annie: Why do you always accuse me of lying?
J.R.: Because you always do: About my father, about wanting his money. And now he's telling me you told him that you did me some sort of huge favor. What kind of load is that?
Annie: I don't know what you're talking about.
J.R.: Oh, come on. Don't be modest. He said it was amazing, so amaze me.
Annie: You know what? You're always making me out to be this horrible person. I am a good person. I am a giving, caring, generous person -- especially you! I did do something amazing!
J.R.: Ok. Spit it out.
Annie: No. Why should I? You'll just keep hating me anyway.
J.R.: We're never gonna know if you don't give it up. Come on. What's the big deal?
Annie: If you even had a clue.
J.R.: So tell me. I knew it: Another lie.
Annie: I saved your life! Stop that. Stop laughing!
J.R.: I can't help it! It's too good.
Annie: Listen, you ungrateful little brat, I was your bone marrow donor. If it weren't for me, you'd be dead!
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