AMC Transcript Friday 4/2/10

All My Children Transcript Friday 4/2/10


Episode #10345

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Adam: I had the best night's sleep I've had in weeks. Great dreams, too.

Brooke: What were they?

Adam: I can't quite remember. Um, I just know that I woke up happier than I've been in a long, long time.

Brooke: Adam? What is it? You don't have to tell me.

Adam: No, no, it's all right. My happy dream -- it was with you.

Liza: Thank you so much for fitting me in, Judge Harris. Yep, I will see you tomorrow.

Colby: Hello.

Liza: Hello.

Colby: Hi!

Liza: Look at you! Don't you look happy.

Colby: Oh, yes, I am! I applied to get course credit for being a tutor, and it was approved.

Liza: I didn't even realize that you were interested in tutoring.

Colby: No. I mean, not really. It's more of a favor for a friend.

Liza: Ok. Anybody I know? I mean, who is it?

Colby: Damon.

Liza: Colby, honey, listen to me. We have all bent over backwards for him. He is not going anywhere. Why do you want to be with him?

Tad: Ok, I got the message. What did Damon do this time?

Angie: You should've seen your son. He was pretty incredible.

Tad: Oh, God.

Angie: No, listen. A young boy was running earlier. He keeps running away from his foster mother. He hurt his ankle trying to outrun the cops, but -- anyway, he was so angry and so out of control that he tore apart his room. Now, I asked Damon to go in and clean it up, and when I came back, the two of them were sitting there like old friends. I mean, Damon was doing this card trick, and our out-of-control patient was just watching, calm as can be.

Tad: That's good. Isn't it?

Angie: "Good"? It's remarkable. Look, this kid has severe emotional and behavioral issues. Now, no one in this hospital has been able to reach him. Damon did. Question is, how?

Erica: Two, please. That table would be lovely.

Waiter: Of course, Ms. Kane.

Erica: Thank you.

Jack: You know what? We'll take this table right here, please.

Erica: No, this table is great.

Jack: I say my table's better.

Waiter: Perhaps you'd prefer separate tables?

Jack: Oh, no, no, no, no. You see, we're on a date. She asked me. Heh heh heh.

Erica: Don't make me regret this.

Greenlee: I can handle whatever life smacks me with from now on. This isn't about something that could happen, though, is it? This is about something that already happened.

David: I don't know what you're talking about.

Greenlee: Something happened, or you wouldn't be fighting this hard to keep me out of that courtroom. What is it, David?

David: Nothing.

Greenlee: Say it. What happened that you're trying so hard to hide?

David: Greenlee, go home.

Greenlee: You really want me to believe that this is you selfishly protecting your chances?

David: Oh, please. Don't tell me you're surprised I have a few selfish bones in my body?

Greenlee: You, selfish? Hell, yeah. You put yourself ahead of everyone, except me. You risked everything to help me, to save me.

David: I'm a doctor, Greenlee. It's what I do.

Greenlee: No, this went way beyond the call of duty. Ever since I woke up in that bed in Gloucester, I've been blown away by your dedication, your sacrifice. So when you told me how you felt about me, I wasn't completely surprised. It was like I knew what you were gonna say before you even said it.

David: Well, I guess I'm gonna have to work on my game face, huh?

Greenlee: Don't do that.

David: What?

Greenlee: Be all glib, hide behind the sarcasm. It won't work. I know you all too well, especially after the last few months. You look at me, and I know what you're thinking. You speak to me, and I know if you're telling the truth. Right now, you're not. There's another reason, a real reason you don't want me anywhere near your trial. No more lies, David. I want the truth now.

David: All right. I'll give it to you.

Colby: Mom, this tutoring thing could be huge for Damon. I mean, he'll get his GED and a good job.

Liza: Honey, it's just not all that simple. Listen, what you're doing for him is really generous. It is. But I've gotten to know him pretty well, and I'm just saying that I can see things that you just can't see.

Colby: Yeah? Like what?

Liza: Like the kind of guy that he really is. Right, he's all charming? He's cool? He's tons of fun?

Colby: Yeah. And what is wrong with that? That's bad?

Liza: Nothing at first because, what, you're into him, he's into you. Everything's great until things change. Your feelings will change. And all of a sudden, before you know it, you're gonna have expectations, and when they're not met, that's when you get hurt.

Colby: Ok, do you honestly think that I would be that hung up on a guy who wasn't that into me?

Liza: It happens.

Colby: Well, now I know better now, so thank you.

Liza: I just don't understand why you're so insistent on being his savior.

Colby: Ok. Sort of like you and David Hayward, right? Right? So why is it ok for you to defend the world's biggest jerk, but it's not ok for me to tutor someone who needs a break?

Angie: You know, I can't figure Damon out. Here's a kid who went on a robbery spree, who does whatever he can to break the rules around here, but then he connects with a troubled child in a way that even trained professionals couldn't.

Tad: Wait a minute. What's your point?

Angie: The pieces don't fit. The two sides don't line up.

Tad: Maybe they're not supposed to. Maybe the two sides are in there trying to kill one another, it's our job to make sure the right one wins.

Damon: What, you came to check up on me? Don't worry, I'm being a good boy.

Tad: Take it easy. I come in peace, ok? I just heard from Angela that you were with this kid earlier.

Damon: You told me to clean up his room.

Angie: And you did a great job, and not just with the room.

Tad: Yeah, the boy was having a hard time, a really, really bad time, and you talked to him? You were able to make him more comfortable?

Damon: We just hung out. It was no big deal.

Tad: Damon, it is a big deal. You might have a gift.

Brooke: You had a dream about me?

Adam: Yes, yes, yes. Really. I mean, it's not that unusual. I often have dreams about people that I know. Just last week I had a dream about my car dealer. It was more like a nightmare.

Brooke: Got it.

Adam: So this was back at the house, and we were dancing.

Brooke: Dancing?

Adam: Yes. Isn't that great? It's been years since we've taken a turn around the room, and here I am dreaming about it.

Brooke: Well, I'm sure Annie wasn't very happy to hear about that.

Adam: Well, it was all completely innocent. Besides, Annie wasn't there.

Erica: Remind me. Why are we doing this again?

Jack: You asked me out. You're not rescinding your offer, are you?

Erica: Of course not.

Jack: Good. Because that would mean you were admitting defeat.

Erica: This isn't a contest, Jack. I'm not trying to win anything.

Jack: I know what you want. You want me to forfeit. You want me to bow out gracefully, let you off the hook. That ain't gonna happen.

Erica: Why are you being like this? Why are you being so adamant?

Jack: You know, when I was in high school, asking girls out was kind of my thing, kind of my forte, if you will. As a matter of fact, I held the record for the most dates.

Erica: And how proud you must've been.

Jack: So proud. And then along came Betsy Jones. Betsy was beautiful and smart and funny. She called me one night to ask me to go to the spring formal. I told her I already had a date and pretty much hung up on her, but I didn't have a date. The truth was I was intimidated by her. My ego wouldn't let me say yes. I was all worried about my reputation. And that beautiful, smart, funny girl? She never so much as gave me another glance.

Erica: And let me guess. You vowed never to make that same mistake twice.

Jack: Something along those lines, yes.

Waiter: Have you two decided?

Erica: Can you tell me about the salmon special?

Jack: Actually, we'll both have the risotto. And for the lady, sparkling cider to drink. I'll have a scotch, rocks. And will you please tell the chef to start with those delicious chocolate soufflés? Thank you.

Erica: Tell me something. Did this girl back in high school know how incredibly rude you are?

Jack: You think I'm being rude?

Erica: Only from the moment we walked in the door. I chose a table, you pick another table. I ask about the dinner special, you whip the menu out of my hand and you order for me. And then to top everything off, you tell me that basically the only reason you're even really here is because you turned down Itsy or Bitsy or whatever the heck her name was back in high school. So, yes. To answer your question, I think you're incredibly rude.

Jack: Do you remember the first time we made love? I'm not talking about the actual act, which was fabulous. I'm talking about afterwards, while I held you in my arms in the afterglow.

Erica: Well, you're the conquest king. You tell me.

Jack: I asked you to describe for me your idea of the perfect date.

Erica: Well, clearly, I'm not the only one who can't recall what I said.

Jack: What you said was that all of the men in your life have gotten it wrong. That they all thought since you were the Erica Kane, you would want everything to be over-the-top extravagant. And while you did love things like that, all you really wanted, all you really needed were 3 simple things: To have the man's complete focus, to be looked out for, and to feel special. That's all this man is trying to do. I insisted on this table so you would have my complete focus and I would have the best view of the room with you, and only you. And I was looking out for you by making sure you didn't order that salmon.

Erica: But I love salmon.

Jack: Yeah, but I'd order us the specials if it weren't that the salmon was being made with parsley sauce. I know you hate parsley, so I ordered the risotto because I know you love that.

Erica: And this tale of your teenage prowess? How does that fit in?

Jack: Yeah, well, I told you that story so you would be aware that I know how lucky I am. Because being asked out on a date by Erica Kane is a very rare pleasure. I would've been crazy to say no. And if I had said no, it would've sent the message to you that I didn't think you were special, when, in fact, I think you're very special. In fact, I think you're extraordinary. And did I mention gorgeous?

Erica: You're good.

Jack: I try.

David: You're right. I am worried about your being at my trial. I'm not convinced that you can handle it.

Greenlee: I just came back from the dead. I can handle a few days in court.

David: Do you have any idea what it's gonna entail? In order to make his case against me, the D.A. is gonna open up everything that's happened in the last year. Everything.

Greenlee: It's not like I'll be surprised.

David: But you will have to relive all of it, Greenlee -- your fiancé and Kendall betraying you in the worst possible way.

Greenlee: I'll do a couple shots beforehand, take the edge off.

David: Greenlee, this is not a joke. You're still recovering from major spinal surgery. You put yourself through how many hours of physical therapy to walk again? Well, it could all be reversed in one emotional hit.

Greenlee: It can't be any worse than the hits I've already taken. I can do this, David. I am strong. I am ready. I can get up on that stand and help you.

David: It's not worth the risk.

Greenlee: It's not your call.

Liza: Defending David Hayward and what you're doing with Damon -- those are completely different scenarios. You can pretend that there's no danger there, but it doesn't mean that it doesn't exist.

Colby: Ok, mom. Mom, chill out, all right? Damon is not a serial killer. He's a teenager.

Liza: Yeah, I know about teenagers, believe me. Tad was a teenager once, too, when I thought he was the absolute, most incredible thing on the planet, and I forgave all of his flaws, because I wanted to be with him so badly, and what happened? He broke my heart.

Colby: Yeah, but Tad -- he's so nice, and you guys are together now. So -- Mom?

Liza: Listen, we're not talking about Tad. We are talking about Damon.

Colby: Ok. But whatever is going on between you and Tad is obviously warping your take on me and Damon, Mom, and that's wrong, and you know it. So I am leaving.

Liza: Colby --

Damon: What the hell are you talking about?

Tad: You don't have to be upset. It's a compliment. It's not a criticism.

Angie: Listen, Damon, you were able to engage with that kid. There are doctors who've been trying to do that for months with no luck. You did it on your first try.

Tad: Don't you understand? You've got something special, something you can use, something you could build a future on.

Angie: There are a lot of careers --

Damon: Whoa, whoa, whoa! Careers? I wasn't trying to do anything. I saw a kid, I talked to him, maybe because I miss my son. I don't know. Can I just get back to work?

Tad: No. No, you can't. You can't walk away from something as important as this, not until you tell us why you find it so hard to talk about it.

Damon: I don't even have a high school diploma, and now you've got me working as some kind of shrink.

Tad: Why not? It is an idea.

Damon: It's a bad one, all right? Sweeping, mopping, taking out the trash -- those are the things I'm good for in this place.

Colby: Not for long. Check it out. Not only can I be your tutor, I get course credit for doing it.

Angie: Damon, lots of successful people graduate late from high school, my husband, for example.

Tad: Absolutely.

Angie: Now he's chief of police.

Tad: And what about Babe? Krystal's daughter was so proud when she got her GED.

Damon: Any more parts of my life you guys want to control, hmm? How many more kids I'm gonna have? Where I'm gonna live? What I'm gonna eat for dinner?

Tad: We're just trying to help.

Damon: Yeah? Well, don't!

Brooke: Oh. Thanks. I really need to get back to the office. You know, the freelance pieces came in for "Tempo" and I'm sort of anxious to dig in.

Adam: What's the hurry? It's a beautiful evening.

Brooke: I could stay a little longer, but only because we need to talk.

Adam: Those words never bode well.

Brooke: Adam, you know, J.R. is out of the hospital, you know, and he's on his way to a full recovery. And Scott -- you know, he's really learning how to handle the business. And Colby's doing great in school. And so with all this peace of mind, you and Annie now have a chance to, you know, to start working on your marriage.

Adam: Just what are you getting at?

Brooke: Well, you know, it's certainly understandable why you hid the truth about your health from your family up till now, but things are better, and, you know, there isn't any reason to keep them in the dark anymore. You should let them in. You should share with them, you know, the things that you've just been sharing with me. It's time, Adam. Time to cut the cord.

Adam: Ah.

David: You're vastly underestimating the effects this trial will have on you. Every statement, every question will be like a body blow.

Greenlee: Not if I'm prepared. I'll study. I'll get every nasty detail down cold from the moment my bike went off the road till the day I walked back into Pine Valley.

David: Don't.

Greenlee: You tried to convince me that my testimony would backfire, that I should be afraid to help you, but it didn't work. I'm doing this.

David: Please. Please.

Greenlee: What are you saying?

David: I can't be any more clear, Greenlee. Don't do this.

Guard: Time's up.

Greenlee: We're not done.

Guard: Too bad.

Tad: Damon, you did something wonderful. I want you to be proud of it. I want you to see the potential in it.

Damon: Make up your damn mind. One minute I'm a total screw-up, now I'm so gifted I can go from bedpan boy straight to the freaking child whisperer!

Tad: I'm not saying that. I know it would take hard work --

Damon: Why don't you just get out of my face?! I can't do this.

Tad: You don't have to. You don't have to do this alone.

Damon: You talk and you talk, man, but I don't hear a thing!

Tad: Damon --

Damon: Blah, blah, blah, blah!

Angie: Damon, stop it!

Damon: I need to get out of here.

Angie: Listen to Tad.

Damon: I need some air. I'm going for a drive.

Tad: How? You don't have a car.

Damon: I do now. Can I borrow your car? Thank you.

Tad: Damon? Damon!

Colby: I'll go. I'll go. Damon!

David: Something wrong?

Liza: No. I'm just fine-tuning my strategy to get you acquitted. Your attorney is more than earning her fees.

David: You want to earn your fees? Kidnap Greenlee. Put her on a plane and get her the hell away from my trial before it's too late.

Erica: Boy, risotto trumps salmon any day.

Jack: Hmm. Good.

Erica: But your behavior earlier -- I mean, you had to know that that was going to provoke a reaction. Why weren't you just upfront?

Jack: Well, you know you and I never do anything the easy way, and that's why it's so interesting when we're together.

Erica: I'll have to think about that.

Jack: You do that.

Erica: Will you excuse me for a moment?

Jack: Only if you hurry back. [Chuckles]

Greenlee: Hey.

Jack: Hi.

Greenlee: Your office said you'd be here.

Jack: Yeah.

Greenlee: I need your help. David won't let me testify at his trial.

Jack: Whoa. You said you needed my help, and now we're talking about David?

Greenlee: I need to be on that witness stand. Tell me how to make that possible if he refuses to let Liza call me.

Jack: I can't.

Greenlee: There has to be a way to change his mind. If the jury can hear how he was protecting me, they'll be sympathetic. They'll understand why he did what he did.

Jack: A jury sympathetic to David Hayward? Yeah, I just can't picture that.

Greenlee: Yeah, just wait until they hear every disloyal, disgusting thing those traitors did to me: Kendall, Ryan. I'll say it all. And what I don't know, I'll find out. I'll keep digging until I know the whole story, starting with the night of my accident.

Adam: I can't tell my family about my condition. Not yet.

Brooke: Adam, you can let your family support you the way that you have always supported them. It -- you should be able to lean on your loved ones. That is how family works.

Adam: I'm not gonna burden them with my problems.

Brooke: Why are you being so stubborn?

Adam: Because of you. Because I can confide in you, and I can count on that. I can even enjoy that.

Brooke: There are plenty of people in your life who can look out for you for the long haul. Our deal was only temporary.

Adam: Well, can it be temporary just a little longer?

Brooke: No, damn it! It's not my place.

Adam: I understand your unease. The two of us -- it's been years, and it's strange.

Brooke: I have to get back to the office.

Adam: Brooke, when you were no longer in my life, I moved on. I focused on my family, on my company. I mourned my brother. And I found love. And then you came back.

Brooke: For "Tempo."

Adam: No. To connect, just as we always have.

Brooke: What are you saying?

Adam: I'm not sure. I just know that I'm grateful when you're around. Is that wrong?

Brooke: Adam, you're a married man. Annie is your wife. I'm just an employee.

Adam: Brooke --

Brooke: And stop dreaming about me!

David: Greenlee was just here. She's more determined than ever to take that stand.

Liza: Well, you know my opinion on that.

David: I'm not paying you to contradict me.

Liza: No, you're paying me to win, and I have a much better chance of that if Greenlee testifies.

David: It's too risky.

Liza: Listen, trying to spare your wife the stress -- it's very admirable. But now is not the time for you to become considerate. It's a time for you to think about you and only you. David, your freedom depends on it.

David: I will not set Greenlee up to be crushed!

Liza: She wants to take the stand. She's practically begging.

David: Yeah, no kidding: For more pain! Look, trust me on this, all right? Nothing good could come out of it. Digging up this whole mess with Ryan and Kendall, Ryan and Erica?

Liza: She knows about it already. She didn't run. She's still here.

David: Well, she shouldn't be. At least not during my trial.

Liza: You got a couple of days of some unpleasant memories. What is the big deal?

David: Greenlee doesn't know everything, all right?! She's playing with fire, and she doesn't have a clue!

Greenlee: I didn't know you were here with her.

Jack: I didn't have a chance to tell you.

Greenlee: So I'm interrupting?

Erica: No. I am. It seems you two have important father-daughter business to discuss, and so I will just make my way back upstairs.

Jack: Please don't go.

Erica: No, thank you for the dinner, Jack. It was really great. I recommend the risotto.

Greenlee: Wham, bam, thanks for the chow? You're letting me run you off?

Erica: Hardly. I have work to do.

Greenlee: What's the rush?

Erica: I'm sure I don't have to remind you, Greenlee, that I am about to launch a new line of cosmetics.

Greenlee: So am I. You don't see me running for the door.

Erica: I would love to stay.

Greenlee: So, ahem, what were you kids talking about before I crashed your date?

Erica: Your father and I were reconnecting.

Jack: Actually, we were talking about whether we wanted to make another go of it. But -- how do I say this -- one of the sticking point is --

Greenlee: Me. What else is new?

Erica: Greenlee, I was trying to be considerate. I was sure that your father wanted to put you first right now and talk to you about this privately.

Greenlee: He should put me first always -- I'm his daughter.

Erica: We were trying to figure out a way to make everyone happy.

Greenlee: That's it?

Jack: Should there be more?

Greenlee: I guess not. Finish your food. I don't want you snapping in half and using it as an excuse when you lose Fusion. See you.

Erica: Ok, what did Greenlee have to say about the night of her accident?

Jack: I'm glad you stayed. Actually, she was talking about wanting to testify at David's trial.

Erica: But you didn't --

Jack: No. I didn't say a word to her about the cause of her accident being Kendall's erratic driving. But, Erica, we can't keep it a secret forever.

Erica: Why not? Jack, telling her would be disastrous for everyone.

Jack: Because Greenlee needs to know the truth.

Angie: Damon is in a place where he isn't hearing anyone.

Tad: But he should be able to hear me. Angela, he's my son in so many -- in more ways than one. I mean, you know what I was like. You were there. What's the point of surviving all of that if I can't use it in some way to get in touch with him? I swear, it's like you know him better than I do.

Angie: That's not true.

Tad: Yeah, well, it might as well be. Here I am. You know, I do everything I can think of, I bend over backwards to just make contact with him, and I just keep going overboard. Look. Case in point. You know what that is? High school transcript. I pulled a few strings to get my hands on it so I -- I'm just desperate to find out anything I could about him.

Angie: And?

Tad: And it ain't pretty. Huh. That kid's been busted for almost everything. Angie, it's weird. It's like looking in the mirror. The only thing is with Damon, I don't know what I'm looking for. All I want is one hint, one little clue of how to handle this.

Angie: You know how to handle it because you have two terrific sons.

Tad: No, it's different. I think it's different. It's not like Jamie or J.R. Damon is me. He's what I was. And I feel like I'm trying to be a parent with one hand tied behind my back.

[Car starts]

Colby: Shotgun.

Damon: Did you not hear me say I needed air?

Colby: Tough! It's my car.

[Car accelerates rapidly]

Colby: Ok. Slow down. Look, Damon, tell me how I can help.

Damon: With what?

Colby: To get you to stop going off like this. Yes, you felt pressure back there, fine, but don't you think you're just overreacting just a little bit?

Damon: I spend five minutes with some little brat, and suddenly they're planning my entire future. Like, maybe I just miss my kid. Why can't you all just back off? Sorry. I don't mean you. You're cool. It's just I never considered you my tutor.

Colby: Well, then what do you see me as?

Damon: [Scoffs] I texted Bailey, like, an hour ago to send me a new picture of Stuart. Does she send it? No.

Colby: Maybe she didn't get the message.

Damon: Maybe she needs a reminder that I'm still Stuart's dad.

[Horn honks]

Colby: Ok, that can wait!

Damon: Like hell.

Adam: Brooke?

Liza: I don't know what it is that you are so upset about, but if this is going to affect your case --

David: Stop thinking about the damn case for one minute, please. Think about Greenlee.

Liza: I'm trying, I really am, but you're not being very clear here. Listen, Greenlee already knows that Ryan slept with Kendall after she died, and that he slept with Erica. What could she find out that's any worse than that?

David: I can't believe no one's even told her yet. I certainly wasn't gonna offer it. Once Greenlee finds out the truth, it could undo everything, all the progress she's made. She survived that motorcycle crash. This? This, I'm not so sure.

Liza: What is it?

David: Greenlee's best friend, the same one who jumped into bed with her fiancé, is also the one who drove her off the road.

Liza: Kendall was the one that caused the accident?

David: Yep.

Liza: Wait a minute. Zach told the police that he was driving.

David: He lied. It wouldn't be the first time he took the fall for Kendall to keep her out of trouble. He also managed to keep it out of the press.

Liza: Wow. Ok, well, I understand why Zach covered up. Why did you?

[In her office, Greenlee looks up her motorcycle accident on the Internet]

[Music plays at ConFusion]

Erica: Jack, you've been fine with this. All of a sudden, Greenlee needs to know?

Jack: Erica, I have never been fine with this. I haven't told Greenlee because it's not my tale to tell. It's Kendall who should be doing the telling.

Erica: Kendall will do no such thing.

Jack: I understand you want to protect your daughter. I get that. But keeping my daughter in the dark is not the way to do it.

Erica: Jack, Greenlee thinks that she was in a near-fatal motorcycle accident. That is the truth.

Jack: As far as it goes, but it's not the whole truth. She doesn't even know there was another vehicle involved, or that Zach used his influence to keep it out of the media.

Erica: Jack, Greenlee is alive, and Kendall is trying desperately to repair her family. Everything is going so well. Why would you want to ruin it?

Jack: I don't want to ruin anything, Erica, but this secret is going to come out. You know it will. Too many people know. And I do not want to see Greenlee blindsided again, and I do not want to have to keep lying to her. You should call Kendall. You should tell her to come home, take care of this.

Erica: Out of the question.

Jack: Erica, do you -- don't you think that if Kendall knew that this was all about to come out, that she would want to come home and explain this to her friend before it did?

Erica: Don't push this, Jack. Leave it alone.

Singer: Best thing I ever had do you wanna have me back? Will you take me back? I'm down on bended knee

Greenlee: Useless.

[Elevator door opens and closes]

Erica: Don't sneak up on me like that.

Greenlee: Something's up, and you know what it is.

Erica: I don't even know what you're talking about.

Greenlee: Don't play dumb. I saw that look between you and my father when I mentioned my accident. Dad's acting weird, David's stonewalling -- it feels like they're both trying to protect me, but my well-being is the last thing you care about. So tell me, Erica, what don't I know?

Angie: What you're going through with Damon is complicated.

Tad: "Complicated"? My life feels like the Chihuahua act at a Russian circus: It's a real zoo, I'll tell you. Easiest fix would be for me to be able to say, "Hey, you know, I'm your father. Straighten the hell up!" I can't because, clearly, Hillary doesn't want me to.

Angie: Well, as long as you keep respecting that, you'll have one hand tied behind your back. But that doesn't mean you're doing anything wrong.

Tad: Oh, honey, I'm doing everything wrong. Right now I'm just -- I'm desperate to talk to my father.

Angie: Joe's a great listener.

Tad: Well, yeah, that would be real funny conversation. Can you imagine? He's down there living large in Florida, and Joe's soaking up the sunshine. It'd be like, "Hey, Pop, how you doing? Yeah, remember Hillary? Bada bing, yada yo? You know, I have a kid, and I missed 18 years of his life."

Angie: My dear friend, will you do me a favor? Just give it some time. Because you will figure it out.

Tad: Oh, I hope so, Angela. Kid's right. I'm all over the map. You know, I got no idea what approach to take, so I'm just throwing stuff against the wall and hoping something sticks. You know him. You know how close he is to the edge. What if it doesn't?

Colby: You're going too fast. Ok, give me your phone. I will text Bailey, whatever you want.

Damon: There. I'm done.

Colby: Look out!

[Tires screech]

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