AMC Transcript Thursday 3/25/10

All My Children Transcript Thursday 3/25/10


Episode #10339

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Gisele

Amanda: [Sighs] Hey.

Jake: Hi. What -- wait a second. Aren't you supposed to have that audition this morning?

Amanda: I did. I do. What if I'm not what they're looking for?

Jake: It's that what -- honey, please. If you're not what they're looking for, then the women at Fusion are blind. You are one of the most beautiful, sexual creatures that ever walked this planet. Now you go out there, and you go knock them dead, you got it? You got it?

Amanda: I'll try.

Jake: Ok.

Amanda: Well, will you just look at my outfit first before --

Jake: Sure.

Amanda: Ok. What? It's too much? I really want to grab their attention.

[A metal tray crashes to the floor when a man staring at Amanda drops it]

Jake: Ha ha! Mission accomplished.

Amanda: Ha!

Annie: Couldn't sleep?

Adam: Not a wink.

Annie: Something in particular keep you up?

Adam: Yes. Yes. Every time I closed my eyes, I saw J.R. My son is alive, and he's coming home.

Brooke: Your father is beside himself.

J.R.: Well, I'm pretty psyched to get out of here, too, home with my family. I can't wait. Thank you, by the way.

Brooke: Oh, you're welcome. What did I do?

J.R.: You supported my dad. You started the web site, so if you ever need a favor, just --

Brooke: Actually --

J.R.: Oh, you're trying to collect already.

Brooke: I would love to do an article on you for "Tempo" -- about your illness, your recovery, how the bone marrow donation saved your life.

J.R.: Seriously?

Brooke: Oh, you know, it's such a remarkable story, it brings awareness and hopefully inspires people to donate.

Marissa: You are an inspiration.

Brooke: And, you know, I understand if there's any reluctance because of your feelings toward Annie, but I think it's a story worth telling, and I would be so honored to be the one to tell it.

Greenlee: Hey, let's bring in more chairs. These girls are gonna be waiting around, and God knows when they last ate. I don't want anyone passing out on me.

Madison: Ok.

Ryan: Hey.

Greenlee: Hey.

Ryan: I just wanted to make sure that you have everything that you need.

Greenlee: Yeah. I think we're good.

Ryan: Good.

Greenlee: Thanks again for letting us use the casino.

Ryan: Are you kidding me? All the publicity that we're gonna get, this is a no-brainer.

Greenlee: I should get back to work.

Ryan: Hey, I just wanted to say that I really did have nothing to do with it, with you getting dragged into the police station like that.

Greenlee: I know.

Ryan: You know? Really? Because it seemed like --

Greenlee: Like I was mad as hell?

Ryan: Yeah.

Greenlee: Yeah. I was. Not at you. You just happened to be there, and -- sorry.

Ryan: No apology necessary.

Greenlee: From here on out, I only go postal on people who deserve it -- like her.

[Erica walks in]

Liza: Aah! Oh -- oh -- 

David: Mm. You know, you really need to get one of those coffee bean grinders. Stays fresher that way.

Liza: What the hell are you doing here?

David: Well, that park bench was getting kind of cold. Your nice, big, cozy couch was the perfect alternative.

Liza: Yeah, only I don't remember inviting you in or letting you in, for that matter.

David: Please. Your apartment is not exactly Fort Knox, Liza.

Liza: Huh, wow. I really thought that last night was all just a really bad dream, running into you in the park, but no. Here you are, my living nightmare.

David: Oh, come on. Is that any way to speak to your new client?

Liza: I did not take you on.

David: Yet. Million dollars is a lot of money, Liza.

Liza: Ugh.

David: Are you really willing to pass that up?

Liza: Yes. To not have to deal with you, I am.

David: Ok. Fine. Forget about me, but what about your career, or maybe, better yet, what about Tad? What is he gonna think when he finds out? I mean, talk about sweet revenge.

Liza: God, it sounds like he broke up with you, not me. I'm not gonna do this to get back at Tad.

David: So, you're doing it?

[Knocks on door]

Tad: Liza? It's Tad. You in there?

Jake: You are one of the most beautiful women that ever walked this planet. You got the special sauce, remember -- I told you -- so you are -- I always thought you were a model, actually. Like, you could be a model in your sleep. You're perfect.

Amanda: Gracias.

Jake: You're welcome. Listen. If you're still feeling nervous, I'm actually off now. We could go home and practice some deep relaxation techniques if you need that. I'm just saying, if you need it --

Amanda: No. I know what you're saying, but I can't because I'll be late.

Jake: Oh, well, you can't be late. We don't want you to be late.

Amanda: Hey, are we still on for lunch?

Jake: You better believe we're still on for lunch. Of course. Now you go out there and knock that cosmetics world by storm, all right? You take it and you -- you know what I'm saying.

Amanda: Not until I get a good-luck kiss.

Jake: No problem.

Greenlee: What are you doing here?

Erica: You're auditioning women to be a new face of Fusion. Where else would I be?

Greenlee: I don't know, off coiffing, primping, staring into a mirror somewhere. This is my cosmetics line.

Erica: Yes, and it's a reflection on my company.

Greenlee: Did you seriously just say that? Did you hear that?

Ryan: Ok. All right. Let's just try to figure this out, ok? Now, while you do have a point --

Erica: Thank you.

Greenlee: What?

Ryan: The model that you choose is gonna represent Fusion, but at the same time, this is Greenlee's campaign, right, so in the end, really, it is her decision.

Erica: I never said it wasn't.

Greenlee: Then, again, you, here, why?

Erica: To observe.

Greenlee: Observe?

Erica: You will not get one ounce of input from me.

Madison: Excuse me. I'm sorry to interrupt, but the photographer would like to see you about some lighting stuff.

Erica: Well, go. You have big decisions to make.

Ryan: Ok. Really? I mean, was that really necessary?

Erica: Why? Was what necessary? What are you talking about?

Ryan: Come on. Aren't you here trying to push her buttons just a little bit, Erica?

Erica: No. I wasn't, honestly, and even if I was, apparently they've already been pushed. I mean, Greenlee is a walking time bomb. It's just a matter of time before she just detonates.

J.R.: If it means building up the National Donor Registry or giving someone with cancer strength to hold on, hell yeah. I say we do it.

Brooke: Fantastic. Now, you do know that Annie will be heavily featured.

J.R.: As she should. I know how I felt about her personally, but Annie did save my life.

Brooke: So, it looks like you've rounded a corner.

J.R.: I didn't really have much of a choice. When you come that close to dying, you kind of reprioritize your life.

Brooke: All right. Listen. I need to get going. I need to round up a photographer for your homecoming, so I'll see you all back at the mansion.

J.R.: Ok. All right. Bye-bye.

Marissa: She's gone. Now you can tell me what you're really up to.

Annie: Did you and Brooke have a nice chat last night?

Adam: Excuse me? Heh.

Annie: I woke up, and you weren't here, so I went looking for you. Whatever the two of you were talking about, it looked intense.

Adam: Well, are you surprised? My son just defied what should have been a death sentence.

Annie: That's right, because I stepped up.

Adam: Annie, don't make this about yourself.

Annie: Why not? I am the reason that J.R. is coming home today, and I'm not asking for a ticker-tape parade or anything, but a little gratitude might be nice. I went through a very dangerous procedure for this family, and it would be nice if I got a little gratitude.

Adam: Is that the reason you did it, to save my son's life or to get something for yourself?

Annie: Let's just say if J.R. finds himself in need of more bone marrow anytime soon, I just might have to tell him I'm all tapped out. 

Greenlee: Thanks.

Erica: Amanda. Oh, Amanda, you look stunning.

Amanda: Really? I wasn't so sure about the dress.

Erica: Oh, no. It's the perfect choice. I assume you're here for the audition.

Amanda: I don't know why I'm so nervous. It's not like I've never done a photo shoot before.

Erica: Well, no, but it's never been for a job this big.

Amanda: No.

Erica: Would it help if I told you you're hired? I don't need any test shots. I can see glamour right before me.

Amanda: Oh, my God, you're not kidding.

Erica: When it comes to business, of course not, never. Amanda, I want you to be the face of my new cosmetic line.

Amanda: I -- I don't know what to say.

Erica: Ha! Well, you can begin by saying yes.

Amanda: Well, yes. Of course. Yes.

Erica: Oh! That's wonderful. I will have the contracts drawn up immediately, but, Amanda, I want you to know that this is a deal. Yeah.

J.R.: I didn't lie to Brooke. Obviously, I'm still gonna have my issues with Annie, but I can't pretend that she didn't do what she did. You know, I can't ignore my dad's wife forever --

Colby: Hmm, I can.

J.R.: Especially if we're under the same roof. I owe it to myself. I owe it to Annie to at least try, and who knows? Maybe if she reads it in print, she'll see that I'm being sincere.

Marissa: Ok.

J.R.: Hey, where's A.J.? He's supposed to be my escort home.

Marissa: He's with Angie. I'll go get him.

J.R.: Thanks.

[Door closes]

J.R.: I hate lying to her, but in the end, it'll all be worth it.

Colby: So, this is your big plan, rip Annie to shreds in Brooke's article?

J.R.: No. I'm gonna be more subtle than that.

Colby: Promise me you're up for this. Annie is not going anywhere. Maybe wait until you're stronger.

J.R.: I'm fine, and Annie is definitely going somewhere. She just doesn't know it yet.

Tad: I realize I'm probably the last person on earth you want to talk to right now, so I promise that I'll make this quick.

Liza: Oh, like the last stab at our relationship? Good. Perfect.

Tad: Ok. I admit it. I should've handled things differently --

Liza: Oh.

Tad: And I'm sorry, Liza, really, truly sorry. I never meant to hurt you.

Liza: Ok. Well, good thing that you didn't, huh?

Tad: You don't have to pretend.

Liza: Ha! Check out the ego on you, huh?

Tad: No. No. I didn't -- I didn't say it to be obnoxious.

Liza: No. You just said it because you're Tad. I get it. Listen. I got to tell you something. I'm really ok. I did not drown myself in a vat of ice cream or go through a box of tissues or --

Tad: Ok. Well, I'm glad.

Liza: You know, in fact, I actually spent most of the night trying to figure out what I was gonna send you, you know?

Tad: What you were gonna send me?

Liza: Yeah. You're right. We weren't gonna work out, so no apologies. Thanks.

Photographer: Hey, hey, hey, who's this? Ok. Thank you.

Natalia: Thanks.

Randi: Um, nice dress.

Natalia: Thanks.

Randi: Ok. I'm confused. Are we gonna, like, pretend that this is normal?

Natalia: You were there when Brot suggested I come to this audition.

Randi: Yeah, and you also yelled at him for suggesting it. What happened?

Natalia: I got fired. That's what happened.

Greenlee: I think that's it. You can head over to the photographer now. I'll be with you in a second. Could you be more obvious? She's trying to spy on me for Jesse.

Natalia: Actually, I don't take orders from him.

Greenlee: Hmm, since when?

Natalia: Since he took my badge.

Greenlee: You got fired --

Natalia: Yeah.

Greenlee: By your dad.

Natalia: Yeah.

Greenlee: Why?

Natalia: According to him, because I broke too many rules. I kept going off on my own.

Greenlee: And according to you?

Natalia: To tell you the truth, I don't think my dad ever thought I could hack it in the force.

Greenlee: Hmm, so you decided to trade in your uniform for this.

Natalia: Look. I'd rather be packing heat than packing lipstick, but I just didn't have a choice. Brot, he told me about the audition today, and I really, really need a job, Greenlee. Please. I just want a fair shot.

Greenlee: No.

Randi: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Don't leave yet.

Natalia: Why? She made it pretty clear.

Randi: Yeah. Well, I think I've got something that'll change her mind.

Amanda: I'll tell you all about it at lunch. I'll see you soon, ok? Love you. Bye. Hey.

Greenlee: You look fabulous. Please tell me you're here to audition.

Amanda: Well, I was, but I already got the job.

Greenlee: Says who?

Amanda: Erica.

Liza: Tad, you didn't do anything wrong.

Tad: So, why do I feel like a world-class jerk?

Liza: Because I made you believe that you, that us was what I wanted. I mean, hell, I even convinced myself.

Tad: But we're not.

Liza: Mm, listen. I came back to Pine Valley for Colby, not to go trolloping around with men, and I got a little off track, but you set me straight, so no apology is necessary, ok?

Tad: Well, just one more. Then we're done, ok? Last night, the way I went after you about letting Damon drink was totally out of line.

Liza: Oh, you know what? It's ok. Really, it's --

Tad: No. It's not ok. Look, Liza. I mean it, all right? He's 18 years old. He knows what's at stake. You know, he admitted that basically he distracted you so he could steal your shot.

Liza: Ok.

Tad: You know, he's a big boy. In fact, so am I, but I'm making this up as I go along because ever since I found out that troubled kid is my kid --

Liza: Uh -- ha ha!

Tad: And I can't tell him about it, you know, I just feel like a bucket of squirrels.

Liza: Mm-hmm. Ok. Well, you know what? You guys are gonna work it out. I really do have high hopes here, ok? Come on.

Tad: Are you trying to get rid of me?

Liza: Yeah. I am trying to get rid of you, because I've got an appointment in a half an hour. I can't go like this.

Tad: Ok, so we're -- we're good.

Liza: We're good. We're good. Thanks. Oh -- I don't suppose you missed that, did you?

David: I didn't hear a thing --

Liza: Mm-hmm.

David: Except for the part where another Martin spawn has apparently come out of the woodwork. Wow. Ha ha ha! It's a pretty big secret Tad is keeping, huh?

Liza: David --

David: What? What? I'm just stating a fact. So, do you think he bought it?

Liza: Bought what?

David: That he didn't just stomp all over your heart.

Liza: Ok. I'm officially done with this conversation and you. Get out.

David: I'm not going anywhere until I get what I want. Either you agree to represent me --

Liza: Or?

David: Or I tell that poor kid that Tad is his sorry-ass father.

Annie: That's it? You're just not gonna speak to me?

Adam: I'm currently at a loss for words.

Annie: Ok. Then I'll do the talking. Don't you understand? I'm just scared.

Adam: Of what?

Annie: Of not being everything that you need. I want you to -- I want you to want me, Adam, and I'm not just talking about sex. I want to be the person that you seek out at night if you can't sleep, not Brooke. Do you know how that made me feel to wake up in this bed alone only to find you with another woman?

Adam: No. I wasn't with Brooke.

Annie: Well, you sure as hell weren't with me!

Adam: All right. This is all about J.R., about this family coming together again, and I'm not gonna let you or anyone else rip it apart, not today.

[Door slams shut]

J.R.: Hey, bud, where's my hug?

A.J.: I didn't know I was allowed to.

J.R.: Come over here. Whoa! Ha ha ha! Hugs are always allowed. In fact, they're a requirement, hmm, so what do you say, big guy? You ready to get out of here? Are you ready?

Marissa: I've never been so ready in my life.

J.R.: All right, then. Let's get out.

[Annie sniffles]


[Telephone rings]

[Colby eavesdrops on the other phone]

Liza's voice: You've reached Liza Colby. I'm not here right now. Leave me a message, and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.


Annie: Liza, it's Annie. I've thought about what you said, and I still don't know what to do, but you were right. If I do decide to go through with this, I need to be the one to strike first, so just call me regardless, but go ahead and draw up the papers.


Randi: Look. I know you said you weren't interested, but I really think you should see these.

Greenlee: Ha ha ha! Yeah. Of course, she'd be a natural because that's the kind of day this is. She still around?

Randi: Yep. I asked her to sit and wait over there.

Greenlee: For the record, I don't trust you --

Natalia: Ok.

Greenlee: Not even a little bit --

Natalia: Got it.

Greenlee: But you're ridiculously photogenic, so I'm going to let you audition.

Natalia: Thank you!

Greenlee: Don't. If I'm right and you're only here to get the goods on David, you're wasting your time. I have no idea where he is.

Natalia and Randi: Aah! Ha ha!

Natalia: Ha ha! Hallelujah.

Greenlee: Unless our goal is to see every nook and cranny, that one is way too bright.

Ryan: Uh, hey, why don't you take a break? I'll get one of the waiters to --

Greenlee: She stole her.

Ryan: What?

Greenlee: Erica saw Amanda Martin in all of her perfectly sculpted glory and poached her for her own campaign. So much for her promise to just observe. I called my dad. That diva is not getting away with it.

Ryan: Is your back bothering you?

Greenlee: No. A little without David around to keep an eye on it.

Ryan: David is not the only person that can help you, Greenlee, ok? Sit down.

Greenlee: I don't need to sit down.

Ryan: Please just sit for a second. You don't need to be in pain. Please just sit, ok? Thank you. Now, where does it hurt? In here? Ok. Move your arm.

Greenlee: Uh!

Ryan: Look. Listen. I'm not gonna hurt you more like this, right? I'm not gonna reinjure you somehow.

Greenlee: I'm not gonna break.

Ryan: Ok. Ok. How's that?

Greenlee: Oh, this isn't necessary.

Ryan: I know. I know.

Erica: Well, I see Greenlee didn't waste any time.

Jack: You do know that was not your casting call today and that you had no right to sign Amanda Martin before Greenlee had a chance to see her.

Erica: Jack, you know very well that I'm going for glamour with my line and Greenlee said from the beginning that she's going for a more natural look. Now you tell me which one Amanda fits better.

Jack: You can spin this any way you want, Erica, but you violated the very spirit of our agreement by going behind Greenlee's back like that.

Erica: Did it ever occur to you that maybe Greenlee is the one who went behind my back? I mean, frankly, Jack, Greenlee had dozens of models to choose from today, and not one of them looked very natural to me.

Jack: You honestly don't see that you're not playing fair, do you?

Erica: Jack, I don't play at all when it comes to business. I don't play when it comes to anything in my life. When I know what I want, I go after it, and I don't stop until it's mine.

Annie: We need to talk.

Brooke: Well, that's exactly what I was going to say. Shall we? [Sighs] I have some exciting news.

Adam: Oh.

Brooke: "Tempo" is going to do an article on J.R., about his struggle with lymphoma, and how a bone marrow transplant saved his life.

Annie: Hmm, bone marrow donated by me.

Brooke: Yes. Well, I got J.R.'s ok, so I just need yours.

Annie: Mine?

Brooke: Well, J.R. wouldn't be alive if it weren't for you, Annie. You know, you are a huge piece of this article.

Annie: Really?

Brooke: Yes, and with your permission, I would like to put you on the cover.

Adam: Oh --

Annie: Of the magazine?

Brooke: Mm-hmm.

Annie: Oh, my God, Adam, did you hear that?

Adam: I did, yes, and thank you for all the gifts you've given our family and are continuing to give. I'm not sure I know how I'm gonna repay you. Ha ha ha!

Tad: So, what's the verdict?

Jake: He's just got a hangover. He'll live.

Tad: Listen. I really appreciate you coming over like this. With the whole probation thing, I sort of had to play this on the down low.

Jake: You know, pills and booze is a dangerous combination. He's a lucky kid in more ways than one.

Tad: Oh, I don't know about that, leastways not where his new father is concerned. You know, I spent the entire night looking that kid in the eye, jumping all over him, reading him the riot act, telling him what to do, what not to do -- sound familiar? -- Except the entire time I was doing it, I had a secret eating a hole through the back of my head. What kind of an example is that?

Jake: Maybe you should just tell him the truth.

Tad: What is it with you? I can't tell him the truth. I can't go near the truth until I discuss it with Hillary first.

Jake: You're doing a good job. This is your son, right? It's your son. If I were you, I wouldn't waste a minute. I mean, think of what I went through with Trevor.

Tad: Oh, now, wait a minute. I love you, but Trevor is an entirely different story, ok? It's a fact. As bad as whatever you went through with Hayward was -- and it was bad -- Hayward is gonna be nothing but a ghost story you tell him when he's a teenager, if you tell him at all. Well, the fact is, you're the only father that Trevor is ever gonna know, God bless you. My Damon, that's a whole different kettle of fish.

Jake: You're right.

Tad: Poor kid spend 18 years calling another man Daddy, a man that's obviously a prize-winning jackass. Still, I can't just dump it on him, you know, not like that. It wouldn't be fair to Damon or his erstwhile mother, wherever she is.

Jake: Wish I had the answer for you, but --

Tad: Oh, this is a first.

Jake: I don't suppose with the way he came home, the shape he was in, you had time to take care of your other problem.

Tad: Other problem?

Jake: Liza.

Tad: Liza? Oh. No. I took your advice.

Jake: You did?

Tad: Sterling. Yeah. No. I went over this morning. Yes. For all the good it did, I should've saved myself the trip.

Jake: Why?

Tad: Because I didn't break her heart. I didn't hurt her in any way, shape, or form. As far as Liza is concerned, I did her an enormous favor.

Liza: My God, you are a bigger idiot than I thought.

David: Is that your idea of a compliment?

Liza: Is that your idea of a threat? Really? You're gonna go tell Damon that Tad is his father? You can go skywrite it for all I care.

David: Boy, you really are full of surprises today, aren't you?

Liza: You know, David, don't try to play me. You'll not only lose, but you're gonna piss me off.

David: Duly noted.

Liza: Where you going?

David: Off to find myself another lawyer.

Liza: Don't bother. You're looking at her. 

Liza: I said I would not play your games. I did not say I wouldn't take your case.

David: Oh, I'm sorry. I guess the "eat dirt and die" attitude kind of threw me off.

Liza: Well, feel free to do both, just not before I get you acquitted.

David: And what makes you think you're gonna be able to get me acquitted?

Liza: Because I'm the one that took you down in the first place.

David: What are you talking about?

Liza: Hmm.

David: I thought Ryan and his minions did that.

Liza: Well, yes, only with my legal advice, and -- let's face it, David -- I was the architect to your demise. I'm the answer to your salvation.

David: All right, so you really think you're up for this? Taking my case isn't gonna make you any friends.

Liza: I definitely don't need any more friends. What I need is to make a name for myself, both professionally and personally. I'm gonna be somebody that people recognize.

David: Ha ha ha! Oh, you'll be recognized, all right. They may want to have you drawn and quartered, but they will definitely recognize you.

Liza: And I could really use the money. I think $2 million is enough to expand my practice.

David: I never said two million. I offered one.

Liza: Yes, but it just went up with your weak attempt to blackmail me. Do it again, it's going up to 5.

Tad: You know, the truth is, Liza deserves better than some chump on the rebound, better than me, anyway.

Jake: Now remind me, who are we rebounding from, exactly?

Tad: We are rebounding from Krystal. You do remember Krystal, right --

Jake: Krystal.

Tad: About so high, really, really pretty, built.

Jake: However, that's, like, eons ago. I don't understand.

Tad: What is wrong with you? Somebody dropped you on your head. You have the attention span of a cricket. "Oh, look. It was eons ago." A chicken.

Jake: Where?

Tad: No, no, no, no. Look. You are aware of my situation here, right, the fact that we share a child, that we're living under the same roof, that we're trying to raise a family like everything is normal when, in fact, everything is anything but normal, and your neurotic brother is running around trying not to screw it all up.

Jake: Well, then don't.

Tad: Oh, you're just a truckload of advice today, aren't you?

Jake: That's all I got. Sorry. You know why? Because I got a date with a celebrity.

Tad: Do tell.

Jake: My wife just booked a huge modeling job. She's gonna be the face of Fusion.

Tad: The face of Fusion?

Jake: Face of Fusion!

Tad: Fusion face.

Jake: Big contract --

Tad: Huge.

Jake: Lots of money.

Tad: Not small. How's it feel?

Jake: How's what feel?

Tad: Being Mr. Amanda Dillon.

Jake: Nice one. Nice one.

Brooke: So, there was something you want to talk to me about.

Annie: Uh, no, nothing. It's really nothing that can't wait.

Brooke: Are you sure?

Annie: Yes. Your news is much more interesting.

Adam: Are you sure you don't want to thank Brooke for this opportunity?

Brooke: Oh, that's totally unnecessary, really.

Adam: Hmm, well --

Annie: Thank you, Brooke. It's very kind.

Brooke: Annie, I'm just writing the story. You're the one that made it happen. Anyway, I need to call the photographer, make sure he's close. We don't want to miss J.R. walking through the door now, do we?

Adam: Ah, well, it's a wonderful thing Brooke is doing, isn't it?

Annie: Mm.

Adam: If only everyone could be that thoughtful and selfless, but this house would be a much kinder place if it was.

Annie: Hmm.

Jack: You know, I was thinking, if you want a face for your new line, why not use yourself? After all, nothing says glamour like Erica Kane.

Erica: So, Jack, now you're resorting to flattery?

Jack: Ha ha!

Erica: Thank you --

Jack: Mm-hmm.

Erica: But the truth is, I can barely breathe right now, let alone restart my modeling career.

Jack: Are you actually admitting that there's a limit to your super powers?

Erica: Well, look who's talking, opening up a new practice in Europe on top of your workload here.

Jack: Yeah. Well, I shut down my shop in Paris. I'm gonna be working exclusively out of Pine Valley from now on.

Erica: Well, then let me be the first to welcome you home.

Amanda: So, not only did I book the job, but Greenlee was not happy that Erica got to me first.

Jake: Really? So they're fighting. You know why that is? Because you're a hot commodity. That's why. You are. You are, emphasis on the hot.

Amanda: I can't even believe it. It's like they're fighting over me.

Jake: Well, there shouldn't be fighting. I will squash them. I will squash both of them, and that reminds me. Can I borrow -- can I -- yeah. Thanks. Gonna get an autograph from you if that's ok, right there.

Amanda: Who do I make it out to?

Jake: Uh, make it out to world's sexiest man. Sexiest man alive. That's better -- sexiest man alive. That's the one.

Amanda: Ok.

Jake: Ok? I'm really proud of you, actually. I just -- you really deserve this.

Amanda: Thank you.

Jake: Welcome.

Amanda: Ha ha ha!

Jake: "Sexiest man -- " yeah. Hmm. I'll put that in here, safekeeping. I'd actually put it by my heart, but I don't have a pocket there.

Liza: Ok. We have a deal. I will draw up the paperwork this afternoon.

David: You know, I'm feeling really good about this. There is one matter that needs to be settled, however. I need a place to stay.

Liza: You have a place to stay, at least until the arraignment. It's called county lockup.

David: What are you talking about?

Liza: David, you're gonna turn yourself in.

Erica: I know how much you love Paris.

Jack: You know I do, but you know how it is with this town. Just when you think you're out, you get sucked back in.

Erica: It's not the town. You're staying for Greenlee.

Jack: That's not the only reason.

Madison: I'm so sorry.

Greenlee: How hard is it to match up a piece of paper with a model?

Madison: It won't happen again. Sorry. Come with me.

Ryan: Hey, don't you think you were just a little bit hard on her?

Greenlee: No.

Ryan: Maybe you should take that break we were talking about.

Greenlee: For the millionth time, I don't need a break.

Ryan: Ok. I understand that you don't, Greenlee, but maybe your back does.

Greenlee: I can handle it, ok? I have to. With David gone, Fusion, this campaign, they're all I have left.

Ryan: They don't have to be.

Brooke: Ok, everybody. They're coming.

Colby: Ha ha! Ha ha ha!

Brooke: Hey.

Colby: Aw, ha ha ha! I am so glad you are home. Mm! And you won't believe what I just found out.

Adam: Welcome home. Welcome home, son. Ha ha ha!

J.R.: Dad, thanks.

Adam: All of you, every one of you. I can't tell you how it warms my heart to see you.

J.R.: Yeah. Well, it's good to be home, too.

Adam: Yeah. Yes.

J.R.: What, no hug from the woman who saved my life?

[Camera clicks as J.R. and Annie hug]

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