All My Children Transcript Friday 3/26/10
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Jake: All right. I got a surprise for you.
Amanda: Ooh, a good surprise?
Jake: Yes. It's your favorite dessert. Are you ready?
Jake: Chili cheese fries. Chili cheese fries. What?
Amanda: Well, Jake, if this whole thing works out, I'm going to be the face of Erica's new Fusion line, like an actual model.
Jake: Right. Of course. You can't eat those. I'll get rid of them.
Amanda: No. Come on. No. There's no reason that you shouldn't eat them.
Jake: No, no, no. It's, like, cruel and unusual punishment if I leave them here.
Amanda: No. Come on. Come on. I insist. I insist. Vroom. Vroom.
[Amanda imitates screeching tires as she pushes a fry into Jake's mouth]
Amanda: Ha ha!
Jake: Mm, can I tell you what? Mm, they are good. Oh, that's good stuff. Mm.
Amanda: Oh, God, they do look good.
Jake: One. I won't tell anybody.
Amanda: Well, you know, one is not gonna hurt.
Jake: Who am I gonna -- I'm not gonna say anything.
Jake: All right?
Amanda: Mm, this one.
Jake: Delicious. See?
Jake: What's the big deal?
Messenger: Amanda Martin?
Amanda: Mm -- yes?
Messenger: Erica Kane would like to see you right away.
Jack: 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.
Jack: You know, ever since I came to Pine Valley, it's always felt like home to me. You'll laugh. Even in Paris, I -- ha ha! Instead of reading the abridged on-line version of the "Pine Valley Bulletin," I had it shipped to me overnight.
Erica: So, the reason you've come back to Pine Valley is for easier access to the local newspaper?
Jack: That's it. No. Actually, reading that paper reminded me of what's so special about this town.
Erica: Tell me, Jack, what is so special about this town?
Jack: There are certain things that can be had here that you just can't find anywhere else.
Erica: Enough. Why don't you just tell me what you're trying to say?
J.R.: What, no hug from the woman who saved my life?
Annie: You were ready to strangle me when you found out I was your donor, so why the change? Why should I believe any of this?
David: There is one matter left unsettled. I need a place to stay.
Liza: You have one, just until the arraignment. It's called county lockup.
David: What are you talking about?
Liza: Oh, you're turning yourself in.
David: The hell I am. This is my life we're talking about here.
Liza: Yeah. I'm well aware of that.
David: I will turn myself in. I'll even do the whole damn perp walk thing, but not until you have my defense locked up.
Liza: Ok. You see, the only problem with that is that the longer that you stay here, the more likely it is that the police will think I'm harboring a fugitive, not working with a client.
David: That doesn't sound like you, Liza, afraid of a little heat.
Liza: I don't want to end up in jail with you if that's what you're talking about. It will hardly do either one of us any good.
David: Who are you calling?
Liza: Yes. Chief Jesse Hubbard, please.
Greenlee: I can handle it, ok? I have to. Now that David is gone, this campaign, Fusion, they're all I have left.
Ryan: They don't have to be. Don't you know yet?
Greenlee: Know what?
Ryan: That you're back in a place that you belong, where you're loved. In Pine Valley, Greenlee, people care about you. They want you to succeed.
Greenlee: Except Erica, of course.
Ryan: Ok. I can't really argue with that, but my point is, you've been given a second chance to make your life exactly what you want it to be. People are pulling for you, Greenlee. Please tell me that you get that.
Greenlee: I do get that. I do. I know I need to be grateful for the way things worked out. I'm back where I belong. My whole life is ahead of me again. It's easy to lose sight of that. So much has changed. One wrong step, and you lose your footing. It can feel like the ground is opening up, like you got the second chance and you might blow it or it could all get snatched away.
Ryan: I felt like that once, but not anymore. I mean, maybe you just needed a little reminder that it's ok to have faith.
Greenlee: Maybe I do.
Madison: Um, sorry. Hope I'm not interrupting anything, but the photographer is ready to shoot some test shots of some of the finalist models, and we need some direction from you.
Greenlee: All right. Let's get to work. All right. All right, all right, all right, all right. Let's begin here. What are you wearing?
J.R.: Annie, you and I have had a tough history full of distrust and anger. Those are the kinds of things that just don't disappear overnight, but here I am, alive, and I'm looking at the reason why.
Adam: Ha ha ha! J.R., I am proud of you, son. That's one hell of a way to say that.
Brooke: I hate to interrupt this moment, but it's just, it's so raw, I'd love to document it. Are you up for a brief video interview?
Brooke: Well, you and Annie and your father. You know, I can hook us up to the "Tempo" web site, and, I'm telling you, it would be a fantastic video promotion for the cover story, and we can start streaming live as soon as you're ready.
Annie: Live? You want me to get on camera and just pretend everything is peachy?
Brooke: No. I want you to be honest. It's a complicated story. I mean, that's what makes it so intriguing to our "Tempo" audience.
Annie: If you'll excuse me, I just need a minute, ok?
Scott: Man, am I glad to see you home. Ha ha ha! Come here, buddy.
J.R.: It's good to be back. Good to be back.
Adam: Look. I hate to break this up, but could I have a word with you for just a second?
Scott: Yeah. Sure. See you, buddy.
Colby: It kills me to watch you suck up to her like that.
J.R.: Trust me. Just go along with how I'm playing this.
Colby: But that is what I've been trying to tell you. Maybe you don't have to play it at all.
Colby: Annie called Liza before. I overheard her --
Marissa: Hey, are you sure you're up for this whole video interview thing right now?
Photographer: Right over here.
Brooke: Right. Just like that.
Photographer: That's a great idea. I would like to see --
David: Give me the damn phone.
David: I already told you, I am not surrendering to the police, not yet.
Liza: Let me remind you, you need me a hell of a lot more than I need you.
David: Is that a fact? But what was that you were just saying just now about taking charge of your life, building your career? Criminals come and go, Liza, but you may never get a chance to defend a David Hayward again.
Colby: It's me. Can you meet me, like, right now?
Liza: Colby, this is not a good time.
Colby: Mom, it's important.
Liza: Are you hurt?
Colby: No. No, no. It's nothing like that. I'll be at your place in, like, 20 minutes.
Liza: No, no. We definitely can't meet here. I will meet you at B.J.'s.
Colby: Ok. I'm on my way.
Liza: Well, lucky you. You've got a little reprieve while I go see Colby. In the meantime, stay out of sight and stay out of my refrigerator.
David: Two million should at least buy me a meal.
Amanda: I wonder how the messenger knew to find us here.
Jake: Don't you know that when Erica hires a model, she always has them followed to make sure they stick on a zero-calorie diet so they can fit in the zero-size clothes they have to wear for her. You don't know that?
Amanda: Good-bye, little friends.
Jake: That's all right. Could somebody -- thank you. I mean, you could eat that whole plate and still be skinny like a stick.
Amanda: Yeah, well, as long as I didn't eat the fries with the plate.
Jake: Ah, you made a funny. That's cute, honey. That's funny. No. That was. Well, open this thing up. Let's see what it is. Maybe it's full of money. Go ahead.
Amanda: Hmm. [Gasps] It's my contract.
Jake: Ooh, what's the gist of it?
Amanda: Uh, well, I don't know. I mean, I don't know the first thing about reading contracts, but -- look, look, look -- it says right here I am a model.
Jake: Look at that. Congrats. That's amazing, eh? You're not actually a full-blown model till you sign that thing, right?
Amanda: Where are you going? Where are we going?
Jake: We are going to go see queen bee, right, to she who must be obeyed.
Jake: Ready? [Chuckles]
Jack: You're gonna make me say it, aren't you? Ok. I'll say it. I have several reasons for staying in Pine Valley, and, yes, I truly hope that one of them is you. What we had was great, and I miss it. I think you do, too, although I don't know. Sometimes you seem interested, but then sometimes you just seem angry.
Erica: Well, we've had our share of angry moments since you came back.
Jack: And our share of sparks, like that first day in your room at the Yacht Club, and don't you dare pretend you didn't notice.
Erica: You know what was different about that day?
Erica: I do. We both thought that Greenlee was gone. The big problem that had been there for us was not there.
Jack: Ok. I'll give you that, but don't you think we're adult enough to work through that?
Erica: Oh, Jack, we've tried. God knows we've tried, but I think things have changed. I think we've come full circle now, and that takes us to the place where, when push comes to shove, you will always choose your daughter over me -- always.
Jack: You know I wouldn't automatically choose Greenlee over you in a fight, but let's just slow down a second, because I'm not even suggesting that we just leap back into something here, you know? I appreciate these roadblocks you're putting up, because I've got my own concerns. There are things about you that are absolutely red flags to me, you know?
Erica: Oh, really? And what would those be?
Jack: I think I'll just keep them to myself. They might come in handy in a pinch.
Erica: I am not gonna be charmed into this.
Jack: So, you admit I'm charming.
Erica: You have always had those qualities, Jackson Montgomery, in spades. That is not the issue.
Jack: So, what is the issue? Greenlee? Really?
Erica: Jack, she's made me the enemy. We are now locked in a death match, and it's not gonna be pretty, and I refuse to wake up one day and realize that the man in my life is not 100% with me, because he is so busy tending to his high-maintenance daughter, who is putting on an act to gain sympathy.
Jack: Do you honestly think I would turn my back on you, that I would desert you?
Erica: I don't even know why we're asking these questions.
Jack: Oh, I can answer that one. Because I think that we've actually learned from the past and because when you and I are together and firing on all cylinders, sister, there ain't nothing like it and because maybe, just maybe, this is finally our time. Don't you think it's worth it to find out? I mean, certainly it's nothing to be afraid of.
[Knocks on door]
Jake: Hey. Oh, I'm sorry. Is this a bad time? It's bad. I can feel it.
Scott: I don't know what to say about J.R.'s new take on Annie. I'm finding it a little hard to believe.
Adam: Well, facing death can certainly change your perspective -- take my word for it -- and if his animosity toward her is beginning to thaw, then we don't need to question it yet.
Scott: Yet. Yeah. You all right? You and Annie, I mean. I thought I heard raised voices earlier.
Adam: You're asking how are things between us?
Adam: When I know, I'll let you know.
Scott: Wow, ok. Listen. Before you go, we need to talk a little business, ok? The shareholder lawsuit over the Henderson buyout.
Adam: Could we just use one night to talk about nothing but the family, ok?
Scott: Yeah. Ok.
Annie: If you're trying to push this live interview idea, I haven't decided yet.
Brooke: I just wanted to let you know that there is nothing up my sleeve here. This is partially a peace offering. I just want to prove to you that you don't have anything to fear on the ex-wife front --
Brooke: And you will look good, I promise. You know, it may even help to bring this family closer together. Will you do it?
J.R.: Come on. What do you say? You can talk about anything that you like.
Annie: Fine. I will do it, but I swear, the first sign of a trick, I am out of there. I just need to call a friend first to see if -- where'd I put my phone?
[Cell phone ringing]
Liza: Hey, I got your message about putting the divorce papers together. It's done, so call me if and when you're ready to move. Hi.
Liza: So good to see you. Mwah. I'm so sorry if I sounded rushed before, but I have been unbelievably busy at work lately.
Colby: Oh, you've got some big case?
Liza: Actually, I've taken on a few new cases, so I can't really stay too long.
Colby: Well, I've been hearing things. Do you know if there's any problems going on between my dad and Annie lately?
Liza: Honey, that's not something I can actually discuss with you.
Colby: Ok, because you don't know anything or you can't say anything?
Liza: Listen, honey. I've already said too much, all righty? I know your feelings about Annie, but this is not something that I can actually help you with.
[Cell phone rings]
Liza: Liza Colby. Yeah. Honey, this is this court clerk. I got to take this. Uh-huh.
Greenlee: Ok. I want the models staged right here in front of the roulette table, and it should be spinning.
Madison: Ok. Looks like we're ready for you.
Natalia: All right.
Greenlee: Ok. Great. I want you leaning against the table but away from the roulette wheel. You know, the chips, the stakes, the glamour, they mean nothing to you.
[Cell phone rings]
Greenlee: I have to take this. Just keep going. Hello?
David: Hey, it's me.
David: Yeah. Look. We don't have much time, ok? There might be a trace on your line.
Greenlee: Are you all right?
David: I'm fine, ok? So stop worrying about me. I'm thinking about you right now. Greenlee, listen to me. You need to get out of town right away.
Liza's voice: Hey, I got your message about putting the divorce papers together. It's done, so call me if and when you're ready to move.
Liza: Oh, sorry about that. Ok, so where were we?
Colby: I'm sorry for making you run down here. You've been so busy. I just pump you for info on Annie.
Liza: Listen, honey. I know that you think you're doing the right thing here. I do.
Colby: Well, she's terrible for my father.
Liza: Well, ok. I know you don't want to hear this, but your father is no saint, either.
Colby: Oh, ok, so she gets to rip our family apart?
Liza: Ok. Just do me a favor. Please just be careful over there. That place is just -- it's full of minefields, ok?
Colby: Well, those mines get defused the day Annie moves out.
Liza: You may just get your wish. It's funny how these things just have a tendency of working themselves out. All right. I'll see you.
Brooke: And what about you, Adam? What were your feelings when you were going through this ordeal?
Adam: We sometimes take our closest relationships for granted, and then someone says, "Your son is dying," and that changes everything, I mean, everything. You've kept going thinking your son would clear things up for you, but if he dies, you die, too.
Brooke: And what about you, Annie? I mean, obviously, you don't have the history with J.R. that Adam does, but you must have had strong feelings to have done what you did.
Annie: Uh, yes, strong, strong feelings.
J.R.: Do you mind if I say something, something that the audience may not know about my father's wife? Our family has viewed her as suspicious ever since she married my father and rightfully so. My father is an older rich man, and she's young, and she's beautiful.
Annie: I knew it. You convinced me to do this so you could character-assassinate me in front of the entire world.
J.R.: Please just let me finish. See, this is what I'm talking about, the anger in this house, but if you can find a way to put that hostility aside and try to do something good -- I treated Annie like hell. She could've let me die, but she didn't. She stepped up. She did the right thing. Miracles are out there as long as we can allow ourselves as humans to make them happen, and I, for one, will never forget what you did for me.
Brooke: I think this is a good place to close, and if you want to know about this story in more detail, it's in our next issue. Ok. Thank you, guys.
Adam: Thank you, son. I was very moved by your words.
Annie: Yeah. So was I.
J.R.: Not as moved as I was by your actions.
Photographer: Hey, Brooke, take a look at this. It's "Tempo's" message board, viewer comments.
Brooke: Annie, the whole world thinks you're a hero.
[Cell phone rings]
Greenlee: Did you mean you wanted me to come and meet you? Where are you planning on going?
David: I can't go into detail right now. Bottom line, everything is about to hit the fan.
Greenlee: David, you're scaring me.
David: No, no. Look. Everything is gonna be all right, ok? For the first time, actually, I fell like I might have a shot at winning this thing, but the problem is that once I'm arrested, they're gonna go to work on you. They're gonna pressure you to give them things that they can use against me, pressure that you cannot handle, so if you're gone -- and I mean really gone, Greenlee -- you'll be safe.
Madison: You might want to take a look at this.
Ryan: What is it?
Madison: It's the location agreement. Looks like the photo shoot is gonna go over the number of hours that we booked here.
Ryan: Oh, ok. Yeah. I'll check it out, and then I'll get back to you.
Madison: Well, I thought maybe we could go over it together when things wrap up here, maybe over a couple of drinks or something.
Greenlee: I'm not worried about me. They can't make me testify, anyway. I'm your wife. It's you I care about.
David: Oh, come on. You know damn well that even if you don't testify, they can make things hard on you, ok? They have their ways.
Greenlee: What are they gonna do, pull my nails? I already died. What do you think, their little games frighten me?
David: All right. You know, this phone call is taking too long as it is. Just take my word for it. Please go before it's too late.
Man: Ms. Colby?
Man: Process server. You have something for me?
Liza: Yes. Ok, so I got a text saying this needs to be delivered ASAP. There's the address on the envelope. Thank you.
Liza: Are you out of your mind? Get off my phone.
Greenlee: David? David, are you there? Was that Liza? I know that was Liza.
David: Give me back the damn phone.
Liza: Listen. If I'm gonna represent you, you better start cooperating.
David: If I let you represent me, you better start remembering that you work for me.
Ryan: You know, I'm honestly ok with the extra hours, so I don't really see any need to have to go over it. It's totally cool.
Madison: Well, I just don't want there to be any surprises down the line.
Ryan: Well, I appreciate the concern, but, really, I'm ok with it, so --
Greenlee: Hey, I need you to take over. Make sure the rest of the test shots are done the way we talked about, ok? Call you later.
Erica: Thanks for getting here so quickly, Amanda.
Jack: Excuse me.
Amanda: No problem.
Erica: Well, there's going to be a photographer who's gonna be here in a minute, and he's going to document your signing the contracts. You're gonna be a star, Amanda. You're gonna be known around the globe.
Amanda: That sounds amazing, really wonderful.
Amanda: I am so looking forward to it.
Erica: I hear a but in there.
Jake: No. You know, we're looking over the contract and just wanted to make sure that, you know, Amanda's interests were protected, you know, before she actually signs on the line there.
Erica: Of course. What are your concerns?
Jake: Uh, you know, things like travel and perks of the obvious type of --
Erica: Perks as in money.
Jake: Well, you know, not to put too fine a point on it, we don't even know what a model makes for this size of a campaign.
Erica: The contract is a generous one, extremely so, and please remember, I'm offering Amanda the world on a string here. She's gonna be a household name before we're through. These are things you can't put a price on, unless you'd like to try.
Amanda: Well, uh, I think we're good. Just show me where to sign.
Annie: All these people are logging in to talk about me?
Brooke: Every one of them. I guess the story must've resonated with people.
Marissa: Now might be a good time to go upstairs and lie down for a little while.
J.R.: Oh, no. I'll be ok. Just for a little bit longer.
Brooke: Can I talk to you for a minute?
Adam: We need to talk.
Annie: The cameras are off now, Adam. We can stop pretending like everything is all right.
Adam: I watched some of the emotion that my son expressed for you. I'm so sorry we had a fight. We both said things that shouldn't have been said.
Annie: Do you mean that?
Adam: I will never forget what you've done for J.R., and I'll never forget what you've done for me.
Annie: [Giggles] Mm --
Colby: Look at them. This can't be what you wanted.
J.R.: You're just gonna have to be a little more patient.
Colby: Oh, forget patience because I have something much better going on.
J.R.: Yeah? Like what?
Colby: A little bombshell that's gonna blow everything wide open.
J.R.: Colby, what have you done? All right. What's going on?
Colby: Look. This isn't the best place to do this. We'll do this --
Brooke: I'm sorry to interrupt. Can I borrow J.R. just for a couple of minutes? I just need to go over a couple of things for the article.
J.R.: Would it be ok if we did it later?
Colby: No, no, no, no, no. No. We'll talk later.
J.R.: Oh, all right. All right.
Brooke: You sure?
Adam: And I feel spirited by all of the events this evening -- the homecoming -- what else? -- Oh, the webcast -- that was beautiful -- and I've also been told that there is a wine shop not far from here that has the most spectacular burgundy known to mankind, and I'm gonna go get a few bottles.
Colby: No, no. Dad, no. Don't go.
Adam: Well, I'll be right back. Honey, I won't be gone --
Colby: No, but, dad, J.R., he's not able to drink. I mean, think how rude that is.
Adam: Yes. I get your point.
Adam: Yeah. Thank you.
Colby: Of course. Ha ha!
Annie: You're trying really hard to keep Adam from leaving. What are you up to?
Liza: I know as a surgeon, you're not used to being told what to do, but you better figure it out because we're not at the hospital. We're on legal turf now, and I'm the expert.
David: Hmm, so I guess this is your way of pressuring me to surrender to the court.
Liza: And I know that you're not comfortable with that until I have my defense all laid out, so I think we should get started. I think it'll put your mind at ease once you hear what I have planned.
David: I like the sound of that. I'm all ears.
Liza: First, you have to know that I have put together a very aggressive case, and the key to it is Greenlee.
Liza: Yeah. Listen. She's the reason why you faked the DNA. She's the reason you switched the bodies. She fully supports you, and she's gonna be our key to getting the jury's sympathy on your side.
David: No. That's not gonna happen. That phone call I just made, that was to Greenlee. I told her to get out of town until this all blows over.
Liza: This is not gonna blow over. I can't believe you called Greenlee. That was a huge mistake.
David: I don't see it that way.
Liza: You are letting your emotions for Greenlee cloud your judgment.
David: No. I'm letting my instincts guide me.
Liza: This is my case. I will run it my way.
David: No, you won't because you're fired.
Ryan: Did something seem wrong with Greenlee?
Madison: Well, you know her better than I do. I mean, she's trying to launch an entire cosmetics line almost single-handedly. That would stress anyone out, right?
Ryan: Yeah. Just, I've seen her deal with a lot more stress a lot more cool, you know?
Madison: Excuse me. I have to go deal with this calmly.
Randi: Nice try.
Madison: I'm sorry? Did you say something?
Randi: I said nice try. I don't think you're his type.
Madison: Oh? What is his type, exactly?
Photographer: Ok. Go ahead and take a minute.
Natalia: Ok. I don't have much time, but I need you to make a call for me.
Ryan: Ok. To who?
Natalia: I'm here undercover. I cannot risk blowing it, but I think Greenlee is on her way to David right now. The way she answered that call and just blew out of here? Look. I just need you to tell my father that Greenlee mentioned something about Liza.
Photographer: Ok. Break over. We got to move.
Ryan: I'm on it.
Erica: Ok. I think this is gonna work perfectly. Ok. We're all set.
Photographer: So, if the lady could lean down and sign --
Photographer: And you can take your time with it --
Photographer: And, sir, could you move to your left a little? Just a little more.
Amanda: Oh, I'm sorry.
Photographer: Just a bit more.
Amanda: Oh, do you mind taking this? Sorry. Ok.
Photographer: Thank you.
Erica: Thank you.
Photographer: Ladies, let's try a few over here.
Erica: Ok. Sure.
Amanda: Let's --
Jack: Uh, Jake, come here. You can't take any of this personally. I mean, your wife is gonna be a big star, so you may as well start getting used to it.
Jake: Oh, yeah. I'm -- yeah. I'm fine. It'll be great.
Jack: Good. Good. I'm glad to hear that because, you know, some men, they can't stand the strain. Like, look at me, for instance. I'm a pretty big deal, top of my profession --
Jack: The admiration and respect of my peers, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. You know who I was when I was married to that one?
Jake: Mr. Erica Kane?
Jack: No. Mr. Erica Kane, Esquire.
Jake: Oh, yeah. No. Look. I'm very happy for my wife. I'm excited for her. I think it's great.
Jack: It is great.
Jack: Yeah. I mean, don't misunderstand me. This is gonna be great for her. It can also be great for you. I mean, Amanda is about to get involved in a very glamorous, very exciting job, and she seems to have a lot of passion for it --
Jack: And there's nothing like a woman who can bring that passion to all facets of her life --
Erica: Oh, you're gonna be wonderful. You're the perfect choice.
Jack: If you can handle it.
Jake: I think I can handle it.
Jack: Good because there ain't nothing like it.
Erica: So, here's your itinerary. I'd like you to look it over tonight and call me back tomorrow so we can take care of scheduling.
Amanda: London, Paris, Madrid?
Erica: Yes. It's very fast-paced, and it's very exciting, and it swallows you whole, but trust me when I tell you, it is so worth it, but you have to love it. I mean, you have to really want it.
Amanda: I'll tell you what I want. I want it all.
Erica: Yeah. Ha ha ha!
Jack: What'd I tell you?
Jake: All right. Shall we, babe?
Amanda: Oh, yes. Thank you so much.
Erica: You're so welcome.
Jake: Thank you.
Erica: Ok, so don't forget to call me in the morning.
Erica: We'll take care of all the scheduling, ok?
Jack: Bye, Amanda.
Erica: So, what did that mean? What did you tell him?
Jack: Why, I just told him he should probably hold on because he's about to go for the ride of his life.
Annie: Give it up, Colby. Something is going on, and I want to know what it is.
Colby: You have a very overactive imagination. I'll give you that.
Annie: Even if J.R. is coming around to my side, I know you'll never accept me in this house.
Colby: You think?
Annie: So, why don't you have some guts and own up to whatever it is you're planning?
Adam: I'll get it.
Annie: What? What have you done?
Colby: Too late, Annie. You're gone.
Process Server: Adam Chandler?
Process Server: Sir, you've been served.
David: I don't know why the hell I thought you would make a good defense attorney for me. You're untrustworthy, unstable, inexperienced.
Liza: So, what are you gonna do, just soothe yourself by insulting me and walk out? Go ahead. Go. Take your chances.
David: You know something? I think my chance would be a hell of a lot better out there, so adios, chica.
Greenlee: Oh, thank God I'm not too late.
David: What are you doing here?
Ryan: Actually, you are too late.
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