All My Children Transcript Thursday 4/8/10
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Opal: So, you got Trevor all settled in for the night?
Amanda: Asleep as soon as he hit the sheets.
Jake: Thank you so much for doing this for us.
Opal: Oh, don't be silly. I'm here with the girls, anyway.
Jake: But if there's any trouble at all, you make sure you call us, one of us.
Opal: Well, I'm just jealous that I can't come take a peek at your first night as a big-time model. How exciting is that, huh?
Amanda: Unbelievable, really, especially since I found out the nudity involved is going to be tasteful.
Damon: Hey, did you tell Brooke that I was sorry again?
Tad: Damon, I told you, there's no way you could have known that Brooke's daughter was killed by a drunk driver.
Damon: First I crash into her car, and then I remind her of her dead little girl.
Tad: You weren't to blame for what happened to Laura.
Damon: No, I'm just to blame for everything else.
Shelton: Hi, Damon. Remember me?
Tad: Jim Shelton. Uh, the probation officer. I'm Tad Martin. I'm --
Shelton: I know who you are, Mr. Martin. Nice to see you.
Damon: What are you here for?
Shelton: What do you think, son? You're on probation, and you broke the law again.
[Knock on door]
J.R.: Excuse me a second.
Annie: I can see the White House from my room. It's really starting to hit me how amazing this place is. It's like there's royalty -- oh.
J.R.: Annie, allow me to introduce Congressman Wilton. He's presiding over the subcommittee tomorrow.
Wilton: It's an honor to meet you, Mrs. Chandler.
Annie: No, no, no, the honor is all mine, Congressman.
Wilton: If only more citizens had the courage and self-sacrifice to give the kind of gift you did, we'd all be better off.
Annie: Oh, I just did what anybody would do.
Wilton: Modest and beautiful, too.
[Cell phone rings]
J.R.: I have to take this. You two get acquainted. Hello?
Colby: Have you realized this plan to seduce Annie is insane yet?
J.R.: I'm feeling fine, Doctor.
Colby: Well, it's not too late for you to come back to Pine Valley. Or is it? Don't tell me she put the moves on you in the limo.
J.R.: You're gonna have to trust me on this one. Where are you right now?
Colby: I'm at the hospital.
J.R.: What's the word on Brooke's condition?
Colby: Much better. Yeah. She's been released. Guess where?
Colby: Yep. She's back at the house with Dad now.
J.R.: Well, that, uh -- that certainly is an interesting development.
Brooke: Really, Adam, I'm perfectly capable of walking. You know, I don't need to be catered to like this.
Adam: Humor me.
Brooke: All right. Maybe a pillow. That's good.
Liza: Adam, I need to talk to you about testifying at David's trial.
Adam: I don't need to talk to you about anything, especially involving that man.
Liza: Well, I guess you haven't heard. You've been subpoenaed. I thought you'd still be at the hospital.
Brooke: Oh. I'm -- I'm better. Thank you.
Liza: Well, I guess there's no place like home.
Adam: Brooke is recovering from very serious surgery. So you can keep your gibes and your, uh, legal nonsense.
Liza: Well, the D.A. and I both need you to testify in our case. We flipped a coin to see who got to serve you, and, well, I lost. Listen, he's going after David for switching your pills. He said they disoriented you enough for you to kill Stuart.
Adam: You're gonna make me relive all that, huh?
Liza: I have no choice, Adam.
[Cell phone ringing]
Adam: Yeah. See yourself out. Yeah.
Brooke: Don't use him like this.
Liza: This isn't personal.
Brooke: It couldn't be any more personal, making him relive those painful memories.
Liza: Listen, everyone deserves their day in court, even David Hayward.
Brooke: And every ambitious lawyer deserves to make her reputation by getting him off.
Liza: Gosh, you are sounding like Adam's protective wife. Speaking of which, I wonder where Annie is.
Brooke: I don't want to fight with you, Liza. Maybe it's best that you leave now.
Liza: How about this? Why don't we do Annie a big favor, and we get all the ex-wives out of the house? No? Why am I not surprised?
Adam: Tell you what. I'll watch your back if you watch mine.
J.R.: Annie doesn't know that Dad's alone at the house with Brooke. This is working out perfectly.
Colby: You really think you can get Annie to come on to you and record it on your briefcase spy cam?
J.R.: I wouldn't be here if I didn't. I've got to go. I'll call you later.
Annie: Oh, J.R., you have to hear this.
J.R.: Ok. What?
Annie: The congressman has invited us to a reception after our testimony, at an embassy.
Annie: And the president might be there.
Wilton: Remember, now, I said "might."
Annie: Aw, man. See, now I wish I had voted for you.
Wilton: Well, I have got to be going, but I am looking forward to tomorrow.
Annie: Yes, me, too.
J.R.: Thank you for stopping by. It means a lot to Annie to be able to share her story with the rest of the world.
Wilton: About my reelection committee --
J.R.: Oh, yeah. I hadn't forgotten.
Wilton: All right.
Brot: So, the overtime sheet's been out for a few hours, and I notice how you didn't sign up for any.
Natalia: Very observant of you, grasshopper. You know, you should consider a career in detective work.
Brot: My point is you always take all the O.T. that you can because you want that promotion so bad.
Natalia: Well, I figured it's unfair to take all that O.T. for myself. You're a rookie now. You need your fair share.
Brot: What did you do with Natalia?
Natalia: Excuse me? What's that supposed to mean?
Brot: Getting a promotion is huge to you, and I'm just a little confused as to why you're, I don't know, relaxed about it all of a sudden.
Natalia: I'm just trying to lower my blood pressure, that's all. Eat right, get some sleep, you know.
Brot: Ok. Well, you definitely have some time now since the Fusion assignment is over.
Natalia: The undercover part of it is.
Brot: Whoa, whoa, whoa. What?
Natalia: You know, I'm gonna clock out, get some dinner. Call me if anyone robs a bank or anything.
Jake: So, uh, I didn't really understand that this photo shoot implied nudity or "tasteful" nudity.
Amanda: Oh, absolutely.
Jake: But when they say "nudity," they mean, like, in mood lighting or creative angles and that -- that kind of thing?
Amanda: Yeah, I mean, that, too, but, I mean, I'm going to have to take off my clothes, obviously.
Jake: Right. Well, may -- maybe I am allowed to come down and -- and be with you or support you, you know? I mean, first day of work, and it's a big step. This is a big step for you, like a lifestyle change.
Amanda: No, I would love for you to be there, of course. I'm just not sure if they allow outsiders, and besides, you have to work tonight.
Opal: All right, all right, come on! Come on! You got to stop pulling this poor boy's leg, honestly.
Jake: What, there's no nudity? There isn't any nudity? There's not?
Amanda: I'm sorry, honey, but you are so cute.
Jake: Oh, I'm dumb. I'm so dumb, is --
Opal: No, no, no, the joke's on you.
Jake: I'm thinking, "Well, how is he gonna -- " that's so horrible.
Amanda: And as for the coming along part, it's already fixed. I called Frankie hours ago, and he is happy to take your shift.
Jake: Ah. So I can -- I can come and watch?
Amanda: Yes. I wouldn't have it any other way. As far as the nudity goes --
Amanda: Maybe we can talk about that when we get home.
Jake: See, now, that, I like.
Colby: Hey, Angie, uh, wait up. Are there any updates on Damon's condition?
Angie: I'm going to see him right now. Why don't you come with me?
Shelton: Let me make a few calls and get back to you.
Tad: Anything you can do, I'd appreciate it.
Colby: What -- what's going on?
Tad: That was Damon's probation officer.
Damon: Translation: The guy who can get my butt thrown in jail if he thinks I screwed up bad enough.
Tad: And it looks like Damon might -- just might -- catch a break.
Angie: Well, I'm guessing that's a pretty big if. What is it?
Tad: Shelton couldn't promise anything, but it turns out that texting-while-driving regulations are pretty soft around here.
Angie: Even for someone on probation?
Tad: Yeah. It's not even a ticket in this state. So if you can keep your nose clean, and that's a big if, it looks like Shelton's not inclined to pile on.
Colby: Well, that's fantastic, right?
Angie: Can we talk?
Colby: So, uh, how's your arm?
Angie: I went behind your back about something. I spoke to the on-call resident about Damon.
Tad: What kind of on-call resident?
Tad: Angela, I know we established he's got some behavioral problems, but we also established how hard it is gonna be to get that kid to agree to anything.
Angie: I know, but this is something that I just felt I had to do.
Amanda: Oh, I am so happy to have a friend here.
Jake: I'm the bodyguard.
Amanda: So where's Erica?
Randi: Actually, Erica got called out of town.
Amanda: What do you mean, out of town?
Randi: She didn't have very much time to talk, but don't worry. She's explained her whole vision. Nothing's changed, and basically she just wanted me to get things rolling.
Jake: Well, what's the vision?
Randi: Well, we're gonna build brand awareness by inviting the public in so that they can see the whole process.
Amanda: So -- what? I mean, we're doing this in front of an audience?
Randi: No, no, no, no. Well, basically, we'll stream the whole session onto the web, but the actual shoot will be you trying on the product here at Fusion, so it gives a little bit more of a behind-the-scenes kind of feel.
Jake: It's like a video blog.
Randi: Yeah, basically. They can log in and give comments.
Jake: So where's the -- where's this, uh, photographer?
Ciro: I'm Ciro. I know you're very anxious to work with me, so let's get started.
Randi: Um, yeah, let's. This is Amanda Martin, your model for today. Amanda, Ciro. Ciro, Amanda.
Ciro: Ok. Your left side -- no good. Uh -- good. Where did you model before, if I may?
Amanda: Uh, actually, nowhere.
Randi: Um, well, she kind of had the look that we were going for.
Jake: Erica hand-picked her herself.
Ciro: Ok. Amateurs. They call me here for what?
Natalia: Let's talk product.
Natalia: You followed me here?
Brot: Oh, you practically invited me after being so mysterious.
Natalia: Oh. You know what? I've heard a stalker use a similar excuse.
Brot: I don't get this, though. You're still in uniform, so you can't be undercover anymore.
Natalia: No, I'm not. Greenlee hired me.
Brot: To moonlight as security?
Natalia: I'm gonna be a model, for real.
Adam: I hope you're not gonna let Liza get to you. She's just jealous because you're my favorite ex-wife, and she wishes she was.
Brooke: So many to choose from.
Adam: You can't possibly defend me the way you have and then -- and then in the same breath turn around and not let me take care of you.
Brooke: I took a breath.
Adam: Heh heh heh! You took a breath. Ok. Tell you what, you're putting up walls -- with your children, for example. Walls. I know they would like to be here right now.
Brooke: I don't -- they have busy lives. I don't want them to race to my side and leave what they're doing all just because I've had a mishap.
Adam: A mishap? You had major surgery, lady.
Brooke: Well -- all right, I minimize a little.
Adam: Mm-hmm. All right, I'll make you a deal. I won't bug you about Laura and/or Jamie if you promise not to give me any grief about making you comfortable here.
Brooke: Ohh. I don't know about that.
Adam: Come on. With Annie out of town, what else am I gonna do to keep me busy?
Brooke: All right. Deal?
Adam: Deal. Ha ha ha!
Brooke: You got it.
Annie: I can't get over it. It's gonna be me testifying in front of all of those important people. You haven't said much. I'm sorry. You're -- you're probably tired from the trip. I'll let you rest.
J.R.: Oh, no, it's just the opposite. Listening to you energizes me. Seeing you get all geared up and -- never mind.
Annie: No, what? What are you thinking?
J.R.: Well, I -- I just never thought I'd say this, but we have something in common. I've made a lot of mistakes. I've let a lot of people down. I've betrayed their trust. It's no secret. I can say the same for you. But as of lately, I've been feeling like I've been given a second chance.
Annie: And you think what I did for you is my second chance?
J.R.: What you've done for me has everybody thinking a whole new way about you, like you're a whole new person, and tomorrow's gonna amp that up. No, it really is a new you. Look at us, both of us, screw-ups, and we managed to turn it around, huh?
Annie: Yeah. I can't wait for tomorrow.
J.R.: Well, it'll be here soon enough. We still have tonight.
Tad: Angela, why would you line up a Psych without telling me about it first?
Angie: Listen. I've been trying to figure out Damon's problems, and I didn't know why until yesterday when I was leafing through some old family photos. I don't even know why I was doing that, except my unconscious mind must have been telling me to do so. Anyway, I came across a picture of my brother Teddy.
Tad: Oh, the one who left home.
Angie: Yeah. Yeah.
Tad: Jenny and I never knew him.
Angie: Yeah. We lost touch years ago. I mean, my father pretty much pushed him out of the family. They never really did get along. Teddy died years later, and I didn't even hear about it until after the fact.
Tad: Honey, you don't have to go into this right now.
Angie: It's not even about that. Listen, Tad. It finally hit me. Damon is Teddy -- easily agitated, smart, but always shooting himself in the foot. We never did get to the bottom of Teddy's problems, and this time, I would like to do it right, help Damon figure things out before it is too late.
Tad: What do you want me to do?
Angie: Can you just talk to him? See if you can get him to let Dr. Reingold evaluate him.
Tad: Sounds like a great idea.
Damon: No, this was the biggest screw-up ever. I mean, her daughter is killed in a car crash by some idiot drunk, and then I tell her that I was texting when I hit her. Like, as if she needed to hear about another moron who shouldn't have been behind the wheel.
Colby: Brooke is a strong woman. She'll be ok.
Damon: That could have been you, though. What if I had sent you to surgery?
Colby: But you didn't.
Damon: I know I was driving too fast, and I shouldn't have been texting Bailey, but I was so ticked at her. I was ticked at everything. Like -- everyone has been pressuring me and grabbing at me for something.
Colby: Damon, I'm sorry I offered to be your tutor. I hope I didn't add any stress.
Damon: I actually wanted to talk to you about that.
Colby: The tutoring?
Damon: Well -- I've kind of been hoping that I could be more than just your student. I don't know how that sounds to you.
Colby: Yeah. That sounds, uh, pretty good.
Ciro: No, no, no, no, no, no. You must -- must -- put lipstick on like you mean it, like you love it. Now, tell me, have you ever put on lipstick before, ever?
Brot: So you really want to model? For real?
Natalia: Is that so hard to fathom? I guess you really don't think that I'm beautiful enough.
Brot: No. No, no, no, no. Of course, you are. I just always thought of you as a -- as a cop, you know?
Natalia: Well, there are a lot of ways to think about a person, Brot. Hi. I'm Natalia Fowler, the new model Greenlee hired.
Ciro: Yeah, yeah, I remember something about something about the day after tomorrow, yes?
Natalia: That's right, yeah.
Ciro: A little rough, but, you know, potential. Yeah. In the right hands, maybe. Mm-hmm. But I like the costume.
Natalia: I've never modeled before. This is my first time.
Ciro: Great, more amateurs. Ah, Randi? Why am I subject to such disrespect here?
Natalia: No, I -- I just came to observe. I didn't know what you were looking for, so I thought I could come early, you know, so I didn't come cold to the photo shoot tomorrow.
Ciro: Ok. Good, good. Here is someone willing to go the extra kilometer to work for excellence, instead of some people just show up, pretty me, wanting the perfect pictures on a platter. Ok. Sit. You observe, ok? Yeah. Now we make art.
Jake: Guess this guy's supposed to be famous or something.
Brot: Guess so.
Jake: He seems like he knows what he's doing.
Brot: I guess.
Jake: To me, he's a world-class dorkwad.
Brot: You got that straight.
[Cell phone rings]
J.R.: It's Marissa. Yeah, we made it here safe and sound. They sterilized the room and everything. I'm more concerned about you, though. How's the flu? Ok, then. I'll be home before you know it. I love you. Bye. What?
Annie: You're very loving with her.
J.R.: Why don't you give Dad a call?
Annie: Nah. Your father's probably at the hospital with Brooke.
J.R.: Oh, I doubt it. It's getting late. Besides, he promised you no more overnights, didn't he?
Annie: Yeah. Yeah, maybe I'll try him at home.
Adam: Hello, Annie.
Annie: Hi. It's me. I'm glad I could catch you. We have the hearing tomorrow, and I'm so excited about it, I just -- I really wish that you here to share this with me.
Adam: Well, it's just Brooke needs me, you know, to help her through this nightmare.
Annie: Mmm. How is Brooke?
Adam: Oh, about as well as could be expected. She's still at the hospital, of course.
Brooke: Adam, have you seen my laptop?
Annie: Is someone talking to you?
Adam: Oh, no, no, just television, television set. I can't tell you, Annie, how proud I am of you. Yes, yes, I want you to call me tomorrow right after the testimony. Yeah. Take care.
J.R.: Is everything ok at home?
Annie: No, everything is not ok at home. Adam just lied to me. He just -- he just flat-out lied to me.
J.R.: Are you sure?
Annie: There is only one reason I can think of why Adam would lie about where Brooke is, and he'd better convince me otherwise, or there will be hell to pay.
Adam: Oh. Sorry that took so long. Something you need?
Brooke: Oh, no. I -- I was looking for my laptop, but I found it.
Adam: Ah. Um -- that was Annie calling from D.C.
Brooke: You know, I'm, you know, out of the hospital. It would be easy for you to go down there.
Adam: Well, thanks to Liza, I've been subpoenaed. I couldn't go if I wanted to.
Brooke: Is that what's on your mind, testifying at David's trial?
Adam: No, the -- I was thinking about the conversation we had in the hospital, when you said that everything we had was in the past and now we're nothing but friends.
Adam: Well, I guess, uh -- that's what I wanted to know. That's what I had to hear you say.
Annie: Brooke probably bribed the doctors to get released early so she could be alone with my husband.
J.R.: Oh, you don't know that.
Annie: I heard Brooke calling his name. Adam told me she wasn't there. Oh! You know what I should do? You know what I should do? I should show up at that house and catch them in the act, show them they're not fooling anybody!
J.R.: What about your testimony? They're counting on you.
Annie: I can't think about that. I can't care about that while my marriage is falling apart.
J.R.: Well, I suppose I could call the congressman and cancel. Maybe you could do it via videoconference. Of course, you can't do that with the embassy reception, I guess.
Annie: The president. The president. See, I don't know what to do.
J.R.: I can be here for you.
Annie: You? I shouldn't even be telling you these things. You're probably thrilled that Adam and I are having problems.
J.R.: Not at all! As far as I'm concerned, our bad history is just that, history. If you want to open up to me, I'm right here.
J.R.: Yeah. A few months ago, maybe not, but now I feel like things have changed between us. And I have to say, right now, you look like you could use a friend.
Ciro: Ok. Bene. Good. Now pull it -- yeah, pull it across your lower lip. Si. Si. Now pout. I know you can pout. All right. Yes. Yes. Pout, pout, pout! Now, salesgirl, offer some blush. Yes, you, you. You're the salesgirl. Come on. Offer some blush. [Speaking Italian] Ok, beautiful. Blush your cheeks selfishly. Selfishly. More. Hurt me. Yes, bambina, hurt me with your beauty. Si. Brava. [Speaking Italian] Yes. Si. That's it. You're getting it.
Jake: She's a star.
Colby: Can't wait until you get out of the hospital.
Damon: I know. I am going crazy in here already.
Colby: Well, I think I'm gonna go get something to drink. Do you -- do you want anything?
Damon: Something wrong?
Tad: Absolutely not. You ask me, this could be a good thing.
Angie: I've been talking to one of the residents who might be able to help you.
Damon: Oh, like a physical therapist or something?
Angie: Not quite. A psychiatrist.
Damon: This is a joke, right?
Colby: Hi. What are you still doing here?
Liza: Well, my big trial starts tomorrow, so I wanted to touch base, because it'll be a while, so -- I knew I'd probably find you near Damon.
Colby: Mom, uh, do we have to do this again? I mean, I already know your opinion of Damon.
Liza: Honey, I just -- I just know that you can do so much better. I've tried to like him, believe me, I have, but he is -- he's got issues, honey. He's got -- he's all over the map. And now he's probably gonna end up back in jail.
Colby: Yeah, well, that's where you're wrong there, because the probation officer came by and actually was really cool about all of this.
Colby: Yes. Look. Mom, I know, you're really bitter about what happened between you and Tad, ok? But, Mom, listen. That has nothing to do with me and Damon, all right?
Damon: I can't believe you want me to see a shrink.
Angie: Damon, you do keep getting into trouble, and maybe a professional can help give you some guidance.
Tad: What can it hurt?
Damon: Shrinks are for people who are messed up in the head. I'm not mental. I just have really bad luck.
Liza: Officer Shelton?
Liza: Hi. May I -- may I have a word with you for a moment? Um, you're going in to see Damon Miller, right?
Shelton: Yes, I am.
Liza: Listen. I'm sure you have a lot of discretions in your recommendations.
Shelton: Yes, but I understand you aren't his lawyer anymore, so I probably shouldn't be talking about it with you.
Liza: Oh, believe me, I'm glad that I'm out of that one.
Shelton: Why is that?
Liza: Well, he was texting while he was driving, he almost killed someone, and I'm sure there's going to be huge pressure to make Damon the scapegoat for the newest crime of the month.
Shelton: Pressure from who?
Liza: Your bosses. Look. You seem like a nice enough guy, and I'm sure you don't want to punish him for a simple little accident, but the guys upstairs are probably gonna nail you if you don't. Anyway, I just -- I wanted to say good luck with that.
Natalia: That was so much fun. Oh! I am so glad I checked that out. I feel like I can -- I can hold down my own shoot now.
Brot: So this wasn't all just a big joke for my benefit?
Natalia: What? Did you see how much Greenlee is offering to pay me? That is a hell of a lot more than overtime.
Brot: Well, what about being a detective?
Natalia: Of course, I still want that, Brot. I can do both.
Brot: Natalia, for as long as I've known you, all you talk about is being the best cop on the force.
Natalia: Look who's talking. Let me refresh your memory. You and my father were the ones who got me into the shot girl outfit, anyway, to go down to the casting --
Brot: Yeah, we did, but as a undercover cop.
Natalia: Well, it opened my eyes. If I turn out to be the first detective supermodel, then one day I will remember to thank all the little people who made it possible, and you, my friend, will be at the top of the list, next to world peace.
Annie: It's been so long since I had a friend that -- I don't know what I would do if I found one.
J.R.: Just what you're doing now. Here, let me get you a tissue. Here you go.
[J.R. turns on a hidden camera]
Annie: To be honest, all I need is somebody who will listen. It's not just that Adam lied to me tonight. I'm just so -- lonely.
J.R.: As in isolated at the house?
Annie: No, I mean lonely, as in Adam and I never -- it's been a long time since we -- we just don't anymore.
J.R.: Yeah. That happens to married couples sometimes.
Annie: I think he's falling back in love with Brooke -- and out of love with me, if he was ever in love with me to begin with. I can't believe I just said that.
J.R.: Well, you must feel that way, then.
Annie: I've been afraid about it for a long time, but I haven't said it out loud. It's strange. Tonight I feel like I can tell you anything.
Colby: Ok, ok. Hold on here. I'm just catching up. What is all this about a psychiatrist?
Damon: Forget it, ok? I don't need any more doctors. What I need is to get out of this place and get back to real life.
Tad: Ah, Mr. Shelton. You got some good news for us?
Shelton: I'm gonna have to give this a lot more thought. Damon did break the law, you know?
Damon: Whoa, whoa, whoa. I thought you were gonna help me out.
Shelton: Might be a little jail time is exactly the kind of help you need. That turns some kids around. Besides, you were reckless. People need to know that's taken seriously by the courts. I'll be in touch.
Colby: Can he just do that?
Tad: Yeah, he can.
Opal: All right, come on. Don't make me wait another minute. Tell me all about it, every last detail.
Amanda: It was amazing. The posing, the lights, the pressure -- I mean, it really was exhilarating.
Opal: Aww. Great!
Amanda: The photographer was a little bit of a diva, but he's an artist, so I guess he's allowed to be.
Jake: Little bit? This guy -- are you kidding me?
Amanda: He hated him, but, I mean, Randi said that the reason they put up with him is because he's the best.
Jake: Well, I have come across guys like him in the O.R. You know, they're like little kids throwing tantrums. But if you like him, if he's the best, then we want the best for you.
Opal: When do I get to see the results of this extravaganza, huh? You got any pictures?
Amanda: I don't, but hopefully --
Jake: Well, Erica came up with this thing of putting the whole photo shoot online so users could look at it and make comments and --
Opal: Oh, goody, goody. Then I can be Amanda's first fan!
Amanda: Oh, there I am.
Opal: Look at that!
Jake: Look at that face.
Jake: Who couldn't love a face like that, huh?
Jake: I ask you. I'm talking about your face. Ha ha ha!
Ciro: Bella. Si. Ok. That's it. More. More! Si. Si, sí. I like it. Ok. You got it. You're getting it. Si. Si. Si. Si. Si. Bene. Bene. Si. Now look at me. Now look at me. Look at me. Ok. Really look at me. Give me your eyes. Yes. Yes.
Brooke: I think it's time to call it a night.
Adam: Um, there's one more thing that I would like to do for you this evening.
Brooke: What is this all about?
Adam: Well, just be quiet, and stop trying to control the world for one minute, and we'll figure it out. Here. You're gonna sit down here.
Adam: Sit right there. You're gonna have to use these things.
Brooke: [Gasps] Jamie! Laura! Oh!
Adam: I set up the videoconferencing so the kids could see how you're doing.
Brooke: Hi! How are you? Oh! How are you both? I'm fine. I'm fine. Ha ha! Ok. You can do this for me. What? Ha ha ha! You guys are so funny.
[J.R. leans in for a kiss]
Annie: What am I doing?
J.R.: Annie, I'm here for you. Annie, wait.
[Annie runs out of the room]
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