AMC Transcript Wednesday 3/24/10

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 3/24/10


Episode #10338

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Gisele

Natalia: This will never work. Greenlee knows I'm a cop.

Jesse: Not if you lost your badge.

Natalia: You wouldn't.

Jesse: You're fired.

Natalia: The hell I am.

Jesse: This could work.

Brot: Natalia, you could pull this off better as an ex-cop.

Natalia: I'm still a cop.

Jesse: We got to figure out a way to make this public.

Natalia: And ruin my career before it even gets started?

Jesse: This is temporary, all right? We'll just figure out that you broke procedure.

Brot: Not that far off.

Jesse: Well, given your history of going rogue, it won't be that hard to believe, now will it?

Brot: We can even use the time you went after Kendall Slater and Aidan Devane.

Natalia: That was months ago.

Jesse: I'm gonna start the paperwork.

Natalia: No. No, look. I'm not gonna do this. I won't.

Randi: Hey, Ryan.

Ryan: Hey.

Randi: I know you're busy, but I need to warn you about something -- about Madison.

Ryan: Sounds serious.

Randi: It is. Look, Madison's not who you think, so just be careful.

Ryan: Ok. I mean, I'm out of Fusion, right? So if this about you two --

Randi: No, this is not about Fusion. I'm serious. Madison is bad news.

Annie: I may need a lawyer.

Liza: Again?

Annie: Forget it.

Liza: Ok. No, wait. Hold on. I'm sorry. What is it? What's going on?

Annie: You'll keep this between us, right?

Liza: A dollar will buy you confidentiality.

Annie: What can I get if Adam leaves me?

Liza: Oh, don't tell me the romance of the century is on the rocks?

Annie: Are you gonna listen to me or not?

Liza: Oh, what kind of hope does that give the rest of us now?

Annie: No, what was I thinking, asking you of all people for help? Never mind.

Liza: Oh, please, come on, come on. Come on, we were just getting started.

Annie: I saved his life. I saved his son's life. And what do I get for it? I get nothing. I get treated like something you scrape off the bottom of your shoe. It's all because of her.

Liza: Her?

Annie: Maybe he never even loved me to begin with.

Liza: Ok, whoa. Slow down. Back up. Who's "her"?

Annie: Maybe it's been Brooke all along.

Liza: Brooke English?

Annie: It's not funny.

Liza: No, it's definitely not funny, you know, because we're talking about history here with a capital "H." What's your hurry? Sit back down.

Greenlee: David won't leave town.

Adam: Well, I don't care whether he leaves town. I don't care where he goes, as long as he's not here. J.R.'s coming home tomorrow. I don't want Hayward lurking about the tunnels. Well, go on. Come on.

David: I'm back. Where's my welcome home hug?

Adam: What are you thinking, bringing him in here like this?

Greenlee: I had no choice.

David: Come on, Adam. I make a great roomie. Admit it.

Greenlee: The cops tried to lure him out by arresting me. I had to be a little smarter.

Adam: I hope you appreciate her.

David: You have no idea.

Greenlee: Take good care of him, Adam.

David: Actually, we're gonna take good care of each other, aren't we?

Adam: Sorry, Hayward. You're still out.

Brot: Natalia, this Hayward case is big, and you'll be right there in the middle.

Natalia: This is our best shot?

Jesse: Greenlee knows where the man is.

Brot: If you crack this one, it will make all the papers.

Jesse: Undercover work is the toughest gig a cop can get.

Brot: Big risk, big reward.

Natalia: If it's so big, then why don't you do it?

Jesse: Greenlee knows where Hayward is. Greenlee runs Fusion. Fusion is looking for female models. You fit the bill.

Natalia: Because I'm a female.

Brot: And you look like a model.

Natalia: When did we blast back into the 1950s? Seriously, you guys -- you don't want me because I'm a good cop or because I'm smart. It's all about how I look in a tight dress and some makeup.

Jesse: Well, ok. Next time we need an undercover homeless crackhead, you're it.

Natalia: I can't believe you're asking me to model. Modeling?

Jesse: Not asking. Natalia, this is the fast track to becoming a detective. That's what you want, isn't it?

Natalia: You know it is.

Jesse: Well, then shut up and get with the program. Results get promotions around here, kiddo.

Natalia: For real? Apparently, so does humiliation.

Ryan: Ok. So, what is it that's so bad about Madison?

Randi: Just things. Things that went down between her and my family.

Ryan: Well, I don't really plan on getting in the middle of personal --

Randi: It's not personal. I just -- I can't really talk about it.

Ryan: Ok. I mean, do you know how this sounds from my side?

Randi: Yes, I know. Just trust me.

Ryan: You tell me how awful she is and that I should be careful, but you can't tell me why.

Randi: Look, you cannot trust Madison, Ryan. There's a lot more going on behind that helpful smile. She has baggage.

Ryan: Oh, I know all about her past.

Randi: Yeah, well, it's messed her up.

Ryan: Well, she's not the only person who had a dirtbag for a father.

Randi: She's dangerous, Ryan, and I know it.

Ryan: Well, maybe you don't understand abuse, ok? I think survivors of abuse need understanding. They don't need suspicion.

Randi: You think that I need to know about survival? I went from foster home to foster home to selling my body on the street for a pimp who beat me every day. Believe me, understanding is not gonna cut it with Madison.

Ryan: Oh, I'm sorry. I had no idea, ok? But it's my philosophy that survivors need to stick together. It's how I feel. Now, don't worry about Madison, ok? Because I'm not.

Greenlee: You aren't kicking David out, Adam. You made a deal.

David: You're still a sick man. You're destined to have another heart episode.

Greenlee: So what if J.R.'s coming home? It's not like David's gonna be sitting at the dinner table.

David: Well, you wouldn't want me talking to your young wife about your condition, Adam. She doesn't know that your ticker can't handle a roll in the hay.

Adam: Don't cross me, Hayward.

David: Just give me what I want, and Annie never has to know.

Adam: No, no. You blew it when you broke your promise. We had a deal, remember? Medical care for shelter. And then you demanded that I help you keep your license.

David: Not to mention getting the charges against me dropped.

Greenlee: You're in it now, Adam. He goes down, so do you.

David: You might want to watch that blood pressure, Chandler.

Adam: Whatever it was worth is not worth it anymore.

David: Tick, tick, tick.

Adam: My son is getting out tomorrow. He'll be here. I want you to walk out that door, or I'll have the police do it for you.

Greenlee: You'll be arrested for harboring a fugitive.

Adam: We all know that won't stick.

David: Ok, fine. You're not worried about the police. What about Annie?

Adam: You've been helpful, Hayward, despite my contempt for you. That's why I'm not going to report you to the authorities until sunrise.

[Car door slams]

Adam: This conversation is over.

Greenlee: We're not done.

Brooke: Ah, good evening, Adam. Special delivery?

Adam: Oh, supplies for J.R.

Brooke: Ah, well. The "Tempo" issue is coming along nicely, and the article on Haiti -- are you ok? You look distracted.

Adam: Oh, a little.

Brooke: I know this is a bad time, but we need to talk.

Adam: About Annie.

Annie: You know what? Try to keep the gloating to a minimum. Thank you.

Liza: Listen, you are not the first of Adam's wives to seek divorce counsel.

Annie: Oh, Colby's just gonna love this.

Liza: Yeah, probably.

Annie: If Adam and I break up, she's gonna throw a parade down Main Street.

Liza: Well, ok. That doesn't change our conversation.

Annie: Oh, lay off it, Liza. You're Colby's mother. Not to mention you were married to Adam once.

Liza: Three times, if you can believe that.

Annie: Laughing all the way to the courthouse?

Liza: Ok, you know what? You can think what you want, but you know you're not the only one who was kicked to the curb by a man. It's your lucky night, Mrs. Chandler. I think you found the one person that might actually listen to you.

Annie: I don't know what to do.

Liza: So it's that bad.

Annie: You have no idea.

Liza: Oh, I have more of an idea than you think. Brooke? He had an affair with her when we were married as well.

Annie: What?

Liza: Mm-hmm.

Annie: I don't understand. What is so special about her?

Liza: Oh, believe me. If I knew why men willingly ask their ex-wives to come live with them, I wouldn't be sitting at a bar by myself, that's for sure.

Annie: I am his wife.

Liza: And so was Brooke. He cheated on her, too.

Annie: Maybe I'm just being paranoid.

Liza: Does it feel like you're being paranoid?

Annie: No, it feels like I'm running out of options.

Liza: Listen, I practice a lot of family law, but when it comes to Adam Chandler, my experience trumps it all.

Annie: What should I do?

Liza: You asking me as your lawyer or as his ex-wife?

Annie: Both.

Liza: Do it to him before he does it to you.

Annie: Is that the best you have?

Liza: Mm.

Annie: I don't want a divorce. I love him.

Liza: Well, love can't always compete with the past.

Annie: Just because Adam dumped you --

Liza: Ok, I did the dumping.

Annie: Well, you're clearly bitter about something.

Liza: Well, of course. Because given the chance, men will always disappoint you. That's what they do.

Annie: Adam would wipe the floor with me in a divorce.

Liza: Pennsylvania's an equitable property state.

Annie: What does that mean?

Liza: Did he actually cheat on you?

Annie: I'm not sure.

Liza: Well, then, if he did, we got a case here.

Annie: And what if he didn't?

Liza: Well, you wouldn't be sitting here if he held up his end of the bargain.

Annie: The bargain was us -- together. That's the deal. That's what I want.

Liza: Well, it might not actually be your choice, and if that's the case, you better file before he does.

Annie: How would that help me in court?

Liza: Court? Annie, we're talking about your self-respect here. I want you to get out of this with your head held high.

Annie: I don't want to get out of this, Liza, at all.

Liza: Huh. Listen -- this dollar might be the best dollar that you ever spent. Now call me when you're ready to fight.

Adam: Well, how did I guess this conversation was about my wife?

Brooke: We had a discussion earlier, and it didn't go well.

Adam: But I had a discussion earlier with the same wife, and it went worse.

Brooke: Well, I don't want to overstep, but my guess is that the subject was the same.

Adam: You.

Brooke: Me.

Adam: Yeah. Annie's very jealous of you.

Brooke: Well, we can discuss how crazy that is another time.

Adam: I tried to tell her.

Brooke: Adam, we can't ignore this. It's just gonna get worse.

Adam: You're not gonna leave, are you? I'm so dependent on you. I mean, at "Tempo."

Brooke: Well, of course. I want to stay. I do, I do. You know, it's been like coming home.

Adam: Yeah, you're welcome to stay as long as you want.

Brooke: Well, it's not like Annie has anything actually to be jealous of, right?

Adam: Right, right. She's a little bit spirited. She's young.

Brooke: Is that what they're calling it these days?

Adam: Yeah, well. When somebody sees a man with a much younger wife, they always feel they understand.

Brooke: Oh, poor Adam. Always a martyr.

Adam: Yeah, well, it's not always easy. It's hard sometimes.

Brooke: I can only imagine.

Adam: Well, there are things that you can only find in someone with the same life experience, the same breadth of understanding.

Brooke: Can I ask you an inappropriate question?

Adam: Yes. Go ahead.

Brooke: Are you committed to Annie?

Adam: She's my wife.

Brooke: Then let me help you keep her.

David: Well, that's it. Without Adam, there's nothing to do.

Greenlee: We're not quitting.

David: What options do we have, Greenlee?

Greenlee: Adam gives in. We make him give in.

David: No. We played our hand. It's over.

Greenlee: Staying here is your best shot at staying out of jail. The cops have already searched the place. They won't be back.

David: You heard Adam downstairs. Did he sound like he was kidding when he said it was over?

Greenlee: I just need a little more time, and I'll figure something out.

David: No, that's the one thing we don't have.

Greenlee: David, we've come too far. We can't give up now. The Annie angle is all played out. What about J.R.? Colby? Adam messes with my family, I'll mess with his.

David: Don't, Greenlee.

Greenlee: What about his company? I'll find out who's on his board. That'll make him cave.

David: Greenlee, stop.

Natalia: Oh, come on. I'm going on a casting call for modeling, not auditioning to be a shot girl in Mexico.

Brot: What about this one right here?

Jesse: Not bad.

Natalia: You are aware this is for your daughter to wear, right?

Jesse: Well, now, if you tried to leave the house looking like that when you were 16, we'd have had some serious issues.

Brot and Jesse: But this is work.

Brot: Now this -- you can work that.

Natalia: Oh, no. Look, why don't I just go home and grab something of my own to wear to this Fusion thing?

Brot: Because the idea is for you to actually get cast. Now this one -- oh, whoo. Now, that's a winner right there. Ow.

Jesse: That's my daughter, fool. What's wrong with you?

Brot: All right, all right.

Natalia: Finally, some sense. Look, can we just wrap up this episode of "The Most Jacked Up Workday Ever"? Seriously, I'm gonna go home and grab something to wear.

Brot: What -- a pair of jeans and a shirt? I don't think so.

Natalia: Who made you fashion police?

Brot: I'm just going off of what I see, ok?

Jesse: Baby, you look nice in everything you wear, ok?

Brot: That's true, but this will get you noticed right here.

Natalia: Oh, great. Sexual harassment, party of one? My table's waiting.

Madison: So how long have you been working at the casino?

Craig: Just a couple months, actually. This place is pretty quiet. Let's hit someplace a little more happening.

Madison: It's not so bad. Let's stick around.

Craig: If you want. It's just a little lame to me. Another drink?

Madison: Yes, please.

Craig: Another glass of champagne for the lady.

Madison: Actually, I would like a martini.

Craig: Make it a bottle. Your best. You hear me?

Ryan: Hey.

Craig: I don't mess around with the cheap stuff.

Ryan: Look who it is. Hey, guys.

Craig: Hey.

Ryan: You having fun?

Craig: Sure are.

Ryan: Great.

Madison: You on your own tonight?

Ryan: I am indeed. Yeah, just a quick break and then back to work. You know how it goes. But you guys have a good time, all right? It's good to see you, and I'll see you later.

Craig: Oh, later.

Madison: Bye.

Ryan: Liza, hey.

Liza: Hi, Ryan.

Ryan: Long time.

Liza: Yeah.

Ryan: You ok?

Liza: I've had better days.

Ryan: Oh. That sounds like a challenge.

Liza: It's not.

Ryan: Oh, come on. There's still time left to make the day great.

Liza: Come on, you've got to be kidding me.

Adam: You want to help me with Annie?

Brooke: Look, it's up to both of you to make it work, but it doesn't, you know, mean that you couldn't use a push, too.

Adam: Well, thank you for that, but we're fine.

Brooke: Look, if I make Annie jealous, no matter how much we tell her that nothing is going on, then I feel like I should help repair the damage. It's the least I can do.

Adam: Do you even know why we're together?

Brooke: Look, I know she can't be all bad. She stepped up to the plate and she saved J.R.'s life, and that has to count for something.

Adam: It's hardly your responsibility.

Brooke: Let's just say I have a vested interest in peace in the kingdom.

Adam: Well, what could you do?

Brooke: I'm not sure yet, but I'll, you know -- I'll think of something.

Annie: Adam!

Brooke: That's my cue.

Annie: Adam? I thought I heard voices.

Adam: Oh, I just turned off the television. I was on my way to bed.

Annie: Ok, I'll go with you.

Adam: Oh, well, it's gonna be a busy day tomorrow. J.R.'s coming home. I do need my rest. I'm sorry we fought earlier.

Annie: Me, too. I never should have told J.R. I was his donor. I know that.

Adam: Yeah. Well, I'll never forget what you did for him. Or for me. Good night.

Annie: Night.

Greenlee: I won't let the cops find you.

David: All right, look. Just have a seat for a minute. Please. Listen to me. Why aren't you getting this? It's time to stop.

Greenlee: Like hell it is.

David: I tried to tell you this at Fusion, and you wouldn't listen.

Greenlee: And I still won't. You're not going to jail -- not on my watch.

David: So you pack me up in a crate and you deliver me here, where I'm clearly not wanted.

Greenlee: Like that's ever stopped us before.

David: If Adam throws me out, we need to find someplace else.

Greenlee: So we'll find someplace else. There are other options.

David: Are there really? Places where it won't be as difficult or dangerous for you?

Greenlee: This again? Is this where you're gonna say that you can't do this to me anymore?

David: Things are different.

Greenlee: How?

David: This isn't easy for me to say.

Greenlee: I'm a big girl, David.

David: I wanted you to talk me out of this before. Honest to God truth. But now things are different. Everything has changed. 

Adam: Annie, this isn't exactly what I meant when I said, "Good night."

Annie: What you said before -- it" meant so much to me. I know that I've been jealous and insecure and made you angry, but your gratitude about J.R. and us -- it gives me so much hope. I think that we can conquer anything, as long as we do it together. So I wanted to renew my promise to you, the ones we made when I exchanged vows with you. I don't want to just tell you how I feel. I want to show you. I want to make love to you.

David's voice: You wouldn't want me talking to your young wife about your condition, Adam. She still doesn't know your ticker can't handle a roll in the hay.

Natalia: I'm not gonna forget this whole modeling thing was your idea.

Brot: You can thank me later, ok?

Natalia: Yeah, right, if I don't choke on the mousse and hairspray.

Brot: Come on, don't you think this will at least be a little bit of fun?

Natalia: "Fun." Fun is busting perps, all right? Fun is taking down dealers. Wearing a tight skirt and 4-inch heels is not my definition of fun. No.

Brot: So you've said.

Natalia: And now there's no talking my dad out of this one. Look, I want that detective's badge. And I want this arrest.

Brot: Then strut that catwalk and get it.

Natalia: You're right. Excuse me. I'm gonna go turn in my stuff. You know us models, we need our beauty rest.'

Brot: Good luck with that.

Natalia: Yeah, thanks.

Craig: So I figured what the heck and I moved to pine valley. Been here ever since. Hey, a buddy of mine is having a party. Maybe we should stop by.

Madison: Uh, I'm not so sure.

Craig: Should be a good time.

Madison: Maybe another night?

Craig: I get it. It's not happening, huh?

Madison: It's not you. Oh, God. I'm sorry. That's very cliché.

Craig: Pretty much.

Madison: Look, I was married not too long ago. Maybe it's just too soon.

Craig: Is it someone else?

Madison: No. Not at all.

Ryan: So there I was, right in the middle of this -- thank you very much -- in the middle of this Girl Scout troop meeting. I'm the only dad in the entire place. I don't realize that it's cookie time.

Liza: Well, you obviously did not do your homework.

Ryan: No, I didn't, but it didn't matter, because the only thing that this mom wanted to order was me.

Liza: Oh.

Ryan: Yeah.

Liza: Oh, and you're not exactly on the cookie list, are you?

Ryan: I was not on the list. But I'll tell you what -- if there was a badge for being a cougar, this mom would have been all over it.

Liza: Well, I think that would have been a hell of a lot more fun than the old knot-tying badge.

Ryan: Yeah, it would have been.

Liza: Yeah.

Ryan: Look at you. See, it worked.

Liza: What?

Ryan: It worked.

Liza: Oh, come on.

Ryan: You're smiling.

Liza: Which is exactly why it works. Every time somebody's down, you pull out the old classic cougar badge story?

Ryan: Yes, I do. And I got a lot more as well.

Liza: They are lies.

Ryan: They're not lies.

Liza: Lies.

Ryan: Truth, ok? if you've been to a meeting, you would understand. Very awkward.

Liza: Oh, my God. It reminds me of when Colby was a little girl, she just really wanted to be in the Scouts, right? But I didn't want Adam to find us, so I decided I'm gonna make our very own scouts.

Ryan: Nice.

Liza: Yes.

Ryan: Own badges and everything?

Liza: Of course, of course. And she would stand there, right in the middle of the living room, and she was like, "I demand a e campfire." Campfire, right? I mean, you know how difficult it is to roast marshmallows in the middle of an apartment?

Ryan: No, I don't, but I would imagine tough, without the burning the place down.

Liza: Yeah, something like that.

Ryan: You know, I can't wait for Spike to get back to see I he's gonna be into the whole Scout thing.

Liza: So when was the last time we did this? Talking, drinking, laughing?

Ryan: Long time. Too long.

Liza: Yeah, it seems like every time we get together, it's me sort of big crisis.

Ryan: Mm, Kendall.

Liza: David.

Ryan: David. Yes. Well, then I'm glad that I ignored you when you tried to blow me off.

Liza: Me, too. Really.

Ryan: Hey, you want to talk about it?

Liza: No. Definitely, I don't want to talk about it. But I would like another funny story, please.

Ryan: I got lots of them.

Liza: I know you do.

Ryan: You know what? It's kind of getting a little bit late.

Liza: No.

Ryan: Yes. And then it's gonna be last call soon.

Liza: Oh, you know what we could do? Let's just -- we can just continue this at my place.

Ryan: At your place.

Liza: Oh, God.

Greenlee: So that's it. You're quitting.

David: I'm doing it for you.

Greenlee: Well, where will you go? I mean, are you running or are you turning yourself in?

David: I can't say.

Greenlee: Give me a hint.

David: Greenlee, let me do this.

Greenlee: Cut the noble bit, David. It's never worked for either one of us. Come on. I want to make this work.

David: Look around you. I'm hiding out in Adam Chandler's attic. How is that working?

Greenlee: We'll beat them all -- everyone who's out for you, all of our enemies.

David: We can't fight forever.

Greenlee: Who says we can't?

David: Greenlee, let it go.

Greenlee: Damn it, David, I want you cleared and back home with me. Why do you think I'm doing this? Scamming the police? Hiding you out? This isn't torture for me. This is exciting. It's fun.

David: Yeah, well, the fun and excitement is gonna end rather quickly once we're caught.

Greenlee: We won't be. I wouldn't be pushing this so hard if I didn't think we belong together.

David: It's not that simple.

Greenlee: I won't let you do this. I won't let you leave me. You're not thinking straight. You're tired.

David: And you're stubborn as hell.

Greenlee: My best quality.

David: Among others.

Greenlee: So will you do it? Will you please let me help you?

David: I have one word to say to you.

Greenlee: What's that?

David: Good-bye.

Greenlee: David. David. David.

[David locks Greenlee in the attic]

[Pounding on door]

David: I'm sorry, Greenlee. I'm really sorry.

Annie: What's wrong?

Adam: Well, it's been a long day, remember?

Annie: So?

Adam: Well, I'm tired. I'm just -- it's been a long week.

Annie: Oh, ok.

Adam: Good night.

Annie: Well, I mean -- well, can I still stay here? I mean, I won't interfere with your sleep.

Adam: Straight to sleep. Ok?

Annie: Good night.

Adam: Good night.

Ryan: I thought you and Tad --

Liza: Mm-hmm. Bingo.

Ryan: Oh. Oh, I'm sorry.

Liza: No. What? You didn't do anything wrong. Really, it was all me. It was me.

Ryan: Hey, Liza, you are incredible, ok? This is definitely Tad's loss.

Liza: "Definitely"?

Ryan: Yeah. And, you know, who knows? If I wasn't in love with someone else --

Liza: Greenlee. She and David are --

Ryan: What can I say? I'm a hopeless romantic.

Liza: You're a glutton for punishment.

Ryan: I have a plan.

Liza: I'm sure you have a plan.

Ryan: Anyway, are you sure you're ok?

Liza: Me? I'm fine.

Ryan: You sure?

Liza: I'm great, I'm great. And what I said to you before -- purely the alcohol talking. Nothing else. Forget it even happened.

Ryan: Forget what even happened. I don't --

Liza: Exactly.

Ryan: Hey, look. I really do have to get back to the casino before it closes. You should come with me.

Liza: Nope, nope. I'm gonna go home. I'm gonna go home.

Jesse: Yeah, don't worry. She might be mad now, but she'll get over it as soon as she sees that new detective badge.

Brot: Yeah, I hope so. I tried to talk to her, but she never lets me get a word in.

Jesse: Yeah, she's like that.

Brot: I just tried to explain to her that it wasn't about her looks, that using her smarts on this one is gonna get her to the finish line.

Jesse: Yeah, well, you're preaching to the choir here, kid.

Brot: I believe that once she gets in there, she'll be better than anyone else you could have recruited.

Jesse: Don't you worry. She's gonna forgive you in another 5 years or so.

[While Annie sleeps, Adam sneaks out of his bed]

Liza: Would you watch where you're going? It's you. Of course.

David: Great. Just my lucky day. Where's Tad?

Liza: Oh, please. Shut up.

David: All right. Come on. Get him down here. This is your dream come true -- David Hayward, ripe for the picking.

Liza: What makes you think that Tad would be here?

David: Oh, I don't know. Maybe because you two seem to be joined at the hip these days, especially when it comes to screwing me over.

Liza: Well, my hip is free.

David: Well, too bad for him. So he's gonna have to hear the play-by-play. Go ahead. Call the cops.

Liza: Why are you so eager to turn yourself in?

David: All right, just call the cops down here and haul me off to the damn pokey. You can tell Tad what a great hero you were.

Liza: Hey, what makes you think I want to be a hero to Tad fricking Martin?

Ryan: Madison. Hey, is Craig here?

Madison: Uh, no. Date ended early, I guess.

Ryan: Oh, really? Looked like you guys were having fun.

Madison: Something about him just a little off.

Ryan: Just weren't feeling it, huh?

Madison: No, I thought I'd come here and go over some stuff for tomorrow.

Ryan: Working late. Nice touch.

Madison: I didn't think I'd see you here tonight.

Ryan: I told you I was coming back here. Remember?

Madison: Oh, I must have totally blanked on that.

Ryan: Oh. Ok. Well, I'll let you get back to whatever you were doing.

[Annie wakes up and realizes Adam is not by her side]

Adam: Yeah.

Brooke: Are you still mad because I dumped all your liquor?

Adam: For my own good, right?

Brooke: I thought you already went to bed.

Adam: Couldn't sleep.

Brooke: Warm milk?

Adam: What are you doing down here?

Brooke: Oh, I don't know. A little restless, I suppose. What's wrong?

Adam: Oh, well, I'm really glad you're here. I feel I can tell you anything.

Brooke: Well, I don't think anything you would say could ever surprise me anymore.

Adam: Would you be terribly upset if I kept this one to myself?

Brooke: Of course not.

Adam: Well, there's one thing I can say. I'm very glad you're here.

[Annie sees Adam and Brooke holding hands]

Greenlee: David! Damn it, David. Who am I kidding? No one can hear me. Hah! Just wanted a head start, huh?

David: Had a few too many, huh, Liza?

Liza: David, shut up.

David: You don't seem to appreciate the opportunity that's being presented to you -- a fugitive for the taking. Imagine it. "Pine Valley Attorney Apprehends Local Bad Guy." And all your little buddies out there can't wait to see me thrown behind bars.

Liza: Well, my little buddies -- they can chase you down if they want. I'm out of it.

David: Mm, too bad. So you don't want to play, huh?

Liza: Enjoy prison.

David: Wait a minute, wait a minute. What's going on with you and Tad?

Liza: That's really none of your business, is it?

David: Normally, I wouldn't give a damn.

Liza: That's good.

David: But at the moment -- well, I'm kind of in need of an attorney. And you're the best at playing the dirtiest.

Liza: Oh, tell me you're kidding me, right?

David: I know. It's a long shot, right?

Liza: Yeah, you bet it is.

David: Well, just sounds like you might have a score to settle with Tad. So why don't you imagine his face if he hears that you actually take my case.

Liza: I don't want to be involved in any plan that has to do with Tad.

David: Ok. All right. Fine. Well, let's look at it from another perspective, ok? You still want to be district attorney, don't you?

Liza: Are we back to me turning you in?

David: No, no, no. No, no. You would make a much greater impact if you took my case, and you won. You'd have every high profile defendant on the East Coast knocking down your door.

Liza: Perhaps.

David: Come on. You got to admit it. It's fun to win, right?

Liza: If you can look at yourself in the mirror, yes.

David: Ok. Sorry I asked.

Liza: I'm expensive.

David: And I'm very rich.

Liza: How rich?

David: How does $1 million retainer sound?

Liza: Like a good start.

David: I'm pretty confident you can get me off. So, do I have a lawyer?

Liza: I'm gonna sleep on it. Good night.

David: Wait a minute. I have no place to go.

Liza: That's not my problem until I take your case. Nighty-night.

David: Thank you, Miss Colby. Nighty-night.

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