AMC Transcript Thursday 8/26/10

All My Children Transcript Thursday 8/26/10


Episode #10445

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Gisele

Zach: Do you think we're depriving our boys?

Kendall: No, no. Of course not. They're traveling the world on a yacht. I'm just doing what I do. I'm just worrying. That's all. Spike and Ian, they're gonna be fine.

Bianca: And you can always bring them to visit their cousins.

Kendall: Yeah. Yeah, and when we do find a place to settle down, well, we'll have a brand-new home.

Zach: But you miss Pine Valley.

Kendall: Well, sure, but we needed to do this. It's helped us. It's helped our marriage.

Zach: At what cost? Easy for me to leave. I've nothing invested. You do, a little more than I realized.

Liza's voice: Tad, it's Liza. Listen. I need to see you. There is a problem with Damon's final adoption papers. Well, listen. I'm at the club. I'm catching up with some work. Come by if you can.

Krystal: Hey, Tad, I'm glad you're here. You remember Caleb, right? I was wondering if you could help him with something. Come on. Thank you. Caleb --

Caleb: Hmm?

Krystal: You are looking for a P.I., and Thaddeus Martin here is the best.

Caleb: Don't need him.

Tad: Just as charming as ever.

Krystal: All right, Tad. Be nice.

Tad: I don't have to be. I'm sure working for Jethro here would be a barrel of monkeys, but I got places to go.

Krystal: Tad, Tad, listen. Caleb is helping Angie get the hospital back from David.

Tad: For real?

Krystal: Yeah, and he's got all the legal stuff covered, but, you know, he could probably use some investigating. Dig up some dirt, you know, legal dirt.

Tad: Krystal, I've been trying to nail Hayward for half of my life. Trust me, nothing is gonna stick.

David: You know something? For an airplane mechanic, you don't seem to be very skilled at retrieving your own voice mail messages. Why aren't you returning my calls? I paid you an obscene amount of money to work with me, to stay put where I can find you if I needed to. Now, where the hell are you? Call me back, damn it.

Greenlee's voice: Our agreement was that I could leave any time I wanted.

David's voice: You are leaving for all the wrong reasons. This is not the time to run.

Greenlee: I overheard David on the phone trying to track down the mechanic. Did you get anything on his license plate?

Ryan: No. The car was stolen, but he's obviously dodging David, which is good news.

Greenlee: That's not enough. We need to find him.

Ryan: Greenlee, as long as he's missing, you're fine.

Greenlee: David still has all his evidence that makes me look like a killer.

Ryan: We're gonna find that evidence, and we're gonna destroy it.

Greenlee: No. I know David. I know he's never gonna stop looking. That mechanic is gonna get on the witness stand and say what David has paid him to say, that I am responsible for Erica's plane crash. I'm gonna go to prison.

Ryan: It's not gonna happen.

Greenlee: What if this doesn't end? What if I can't get out of this marriage? I'm gonna have to stay David's wife forever.

Ryan: You will not.

Greenlee: I just want this to be over. I hate that I feel trapped. I hate what he is doing to me. Sometimes I wish I could just kill him. 

[Madison walks in]

Bianca: I'm gonna go check on the kids.

Kendall: Zach, you don't have to be sorry for anything.

Zach: Think I'm being selfish?

Kendall: For wanting to take care of your family?

Zach: For not recognizing what I'm asking you to walk away from.

Kendall: No. I was just being sentimental. That's how I get when I'm around Bianca. Yes. I miss Pine Valley, but I won't put our marriage at risk, not again.

Zach: I took you from your home.

Kendall: My home is where my family is. Gonna go say good night.

Zach: She's good.

Bianca: What do you mean?

Zach: Well, pretending that it doesn't bother her to walk away from here.

Bianca: Oh, we always miss Pine Valley when we leave, because it's not just a place to us. It's a part of who we are.

Tad: You're wasting your time. Hayward has blown up more lives than you could possibly count, and he always gets away with it. He goes after women, children, tears entire families apart, including what he did to my marriage to Krystal.

Krystal: You know, Caleb has heard all that. I don't think he needs the details.

Caleb: Tell me more.

Tad: Ok. The man made a hobby out of going after your cousin Dixie. She and I had a little girl together. We had a -- her name is Kathy. Anyway, because of Hayward, we almost lost her. Took me five years to get her back. By the time I did, Dixie was dead.

Krystal: Tad, you know, it's ok. Why don't I just walk you out, all right?

Tad: No, no, no. Pure misery. That's all Hayward has ever given me or anybody who goes near him. That's all he ever gives this entire town. You're wasting your time. Worst part is, I think he loves every minute.

Caleb: Hey, maybe we can work together. Can't have a guy like that running the hospital, can we?

Tad: Ok. I'll see what I can do.

David: Well, this is perfect timing. Just the woman I need to speak to.

Liza: Not right now, actually. I'm waiting for someone.

David: Hmm.

Liza: Oh, I'm sorry, Dave. Didn't you hear what I said?

David: Yeah. Yeah. I heard exactly what you said. I'm clear.

Liza: Wow. You know, even blackmailers should have some manners.

David: I hired you for counsel, not judgments or commentary.

Liza: Ok. Talk fast.

David: The mechanic that sabotaged Erica's plane seems to have disappeared. Now, in the event that I cannot track him down --

Liza: Right. You want to know if you've got enough evidence to threaten your wife? Yeah. Maybe. So can we please just drop this right now, ok?

David: What's going on with you? Why are you so stressed out? Is it because your date hasn't shown up yet?

Liza: This is not a date.

David: You've already eaten. You read the paper. Sorry to break this to you, sweetie, but it looks like your date stood you up.

Liza: He's gonna show.

David: Please tell me you're not waiting for Martin. You can do so much better than Tad.

Greenlee: You didn't tell me Madison was here.

Madison: Sorry for interrupting.

Ryan: No, no. You didn't.

Greenlee: I didn't actually mean that I wanted --

Madison: I know.

Greenlee: You know, I was just frustrated. I was venting.

Madison: I understand. I know what it's like to be trapped in a horrible marriage.

Greenlee: Your husband.

Madison: Henry's weapon of choice was emotional abuse. He convinced me that I was worthless, that if I ever left him, I would just end up alone because no one else would ever want me.

[Cell phone rings]

Ryan: Hey, Emms. Oh. Excuse me for a second. Hi.

Greenlee: I don't get it. I mean, one minute, you're on my case for dragging Ryan into my problems. Now you're trying to bond with me?

Madison: Just because I want you, like, 900 miles from Ryan doesn't mean I don't like you.

Liza: So how are you and Greenlee doing?

David: Well, we're doing great. In fact, we're getting closer every day.

Liza: If you say so.

David: Is it so hard for you to believe that she could love me?

Liza: Actually, no, but, then again, I am out of my mind.

David: I knew there was a reason why I liked you.

Liza: So Marissa is now working for Caleb Cooney? I met that guy, and I now about his little reputation. Guy is a rock star. Uh-oh. We hit a nerve.

David: Marissa has been going through a hard time lately. I didn't realize how bad until -- I really should've done something sooner.

Liza: What, is it about J.R.?

David: Yeah. He crushed her, my sweet, beautiful daughter. We were so close, Liza. Marissa and I were finally starting to build on something. Now I may have lost that chance for good.

Liza: I miss Colby. I miss her so much.

[David holds Liza's hand]

Zach: All right. I'll be in the lounge if you need me.

Kendall: Ok.

Bianca: I'll go get the papers.

Kendall: Ok. What's this?

Bianca: It's our new lipstick line -- Fuse, by Fusion.

Kendall: What's new about it?

Bianca: Oh, it's color on one end, gloss on the other. You get both in one product.

Kendall: Hmm, twice the beauty, half the price.

Bianca: Did you just come up with that just now right off the top of your head?

Kendall: I did. Yes. You know, I do this for a living, or I used to. Yeah. I actually came up with something like this when we first started.

Bianca: You are a genius.

Kendall: We could do mascara and eyeliner. Ah, we could do base and blush. We could do a traveling kit, too.

Bianca: Women wouldn't have to have a separate suitcase just for their toiletries.

Kendall: Yes. Yes.

Bianca: We can go downstairs right now and talk to Marketing about this.

Kendall: No. You know what? You and Greenlee can run with it.

Bianca: Sign the last page of each document, boss.

Kendall: Body, body, body, body. Body lotion. Body lotion and body scrub.

Bianca: Oh, as I said, genius.

Kendall: I'm signing.

Greenlee: You're kind of a weird bird, Madison.

Madison: Well, I just kind of say what I'm feeling.

Greenlee: Yeah. That's weird. Most people don't do that.

Madison: Maybe they should. The world would be a lot less complicated.

Greenlee: Guess it would.

Madison: You know, I use to think I was just jealous of you, your history with Ryan, but I think it's more complicated than that. You know, what you're going through with David, it brought up a lot of bad memories.

Greenlee: About your marriage?

Madison: I've come a long way, but I haven't forgotten that feeling of looking at my own husband, who's supposed to love me and cherish me, and hating him for using his own power to keep me down, and I remember thinking, "This is it. I'm trapped in this. I will never escape."

Greenlee: But you did.

Madison: Only because Henry died.

Greenlee: How did that make you feel? I bet I know. You felt relief.

David: I just keep showing up late. One of my daughters needs me, and I can't seem to get there on time. First, there was Leora, and --

Liza: Oh, well, come on. You can't blame yourself for that.

David: Oh, please. Are you kidding? A world-renowned cardiologist can't fix his own daughter's heart? Who else should I blame?

Liza: Well, that was senseless. It was a tragedy.

David: Right, like Babe?

Liza: Yes.

David: No. No. It was my responsibility to protect Babe, and I failed her. I could've saved her. I just didn't get there fast enough.

Liza: Wait. You were gonna outrun a tornado?

David: She died because she got involved with J.R. Chandler, and now Marissa is suffering for the same reason.

Liza: Marissa is a grown woman, ok? You can't tell her -- you can't tell her who to love.

David: But I knew. I knew what would happen if she married that selfish jerk. I could've stopped it, and I didn't do it. Now I may have lost the only daughter I have left.

Liza: You know, I tried so hard to reconnect with Colby after she ran off to be with her father, and it would work for a little while. We'd get close, but it just never lasted.

David: Well, Colby is young. You have time.

Liza: No, not after what I did. There isn't time in the world that's gonna make a difference. Oh, God, I wish I could just go back, you know, start again.

David: I'll tell you what. You figure out how to make that deal, you let me know.

Liza: It's so weird. It's like you want them to love you so much, you end up doing these stupid, selfish things, and then they never want to look at you again. How do you deal with a child rejecting you?

David: I wish I had the answer for that. Well, that looks like my cue to go get a drink.

Liza: [Sighs] Hi.

Tad: So what's wrong with the adoption papers?

Liza: How's Damon doing? I mean, is he taking his meds?

Tad: What, like you care?

Liza: Yeah. I do. I care.

Tad: Liza, what's wrong with the adoption papers? Nothing. Not a thing. You lied about my son's adoption to get me to come down here?

Liza: Look. Would you have come otherwise? Please, please just -- just wait. I've got -- I just have to apologize again for what I did and what I did to Damon, and I manipulated you --

Tad: Liza, you're still manipulating me.

David: She loves you, you idiot.

Caleb: How about a burger?

Krystal: No. You got to go.

Caleb: What'd I do?

Krystal: Well, let's see. Ever since you've been in Pine Valley, you have been here for breakfast, lunch, and for dinner practically every day. You, my friend, need a change of scenery.

Caleb: Ok. I'll take a table outside.

Krystal: I can do better than that. How about a home-cooked meal at my place?

Caleb: Ok. Nothing fancy. I don't like anything fancy. No gourmet.

Krystal: Oh, I was gonna do flambé.

Caleb: Uh-uh.

Krystal: Just kidding. How does meat, potatoes, and beer sound?

Caleb: Sounds good.

Krystal: Sound good? Great. Jimmy, will you take over for me? Come on. Let's go. We can watch the Phillies while we eat.

Caleb: I'm a Yankees fan.

Krystal: Oh, no. God, no. Please.

Caleb: Haven't watched a game in 20 years.

Krystal: Oh, yeah?

Caleb: Still black-and-white?

Kendall: Well, is there something else I can do, maybe another product I can consult on?

Bianca: Uh, no. I think that's about the whole line.

Kendall: Ok. Well, call me, thanks. If you need help with anything, please don't hesitate. I mean it. Call me anytime.

Bianca: Ok. It's a promise.

Kendall: All right. Well, I guess we'll get going. I love you.

Bianca: Oh. Hey, wait. Maybe we should have a toast or something.

Kendall: A toast? What is this? You guys, thank you. You don't have to do this.

Bianca: Oh, why not? There you go. Here's yours. All right. On behalf of all of us at Fusion, thank you, and you will always be the other half of this company. Even though you're no longer here for the daily grind, we all aspire to the vision you and Greenlee had when you cooked up that first pot of lip gloss on the stove. You're missed here, Kendall.

Kendall: Let's clink to that, shall we?

Bianca: Clink.

Zach: Clink.

Kendall: Actually, I should be the one to say thank you. You took over for me when I needed your help, and I'm very grateful. I'm sorry. I have to go.

Madison: You're right. When Henry died, I did feel relief. I know it sounds awful, but it's true.

Greenlee: You had your life back.

Madison: Oh, I never had a life, but I do now. For the first time, I am building something real, but you, you've already built so much, and David is trying to take it all away from you -- your freedom, your future. I can understand your wishing him dead, and I can understand your reaching out to Ryan. He's a good guy to have on your side.

Ryan: Hey, sorry I took so long. What'd I miss?

Madison: Girl talk.

Greenlee: I should get going. David is gonna be home waiting for me.

Madison: No. Don't go back to that man.

Greenlee: I have to go home to my husband.

Madison: You have options. You came here for a reason.

Greenlee: I'm fine.

Madison: You don't have to live like this.

Ryan: It's gonna be ok, Madison.

Madison: And until it is? For years, I lived with a man that I hated out of fear. I pretended to be happy -- but I was dying inside. I felt so alone and so powerless, but you're not, Greenlee --

Greenlee: No. I'm not.

Madison: Not when you have friends who care, want to help you.

Greenlee: Is she for real?

Ryan: I'm afraid so.

Greenlee: Your boyfriend is trying to help his ex get away from her husband. Now you want to help?

Madison: You would do the same.

Greenlee: Right.

Ryan: Look, Greenlee. We're gonna get you out of this, ok? We'll get you out of this. We'll get David, and be done.

Madison: He means it.

Ryan: Yes. I do.

Greenlee: I know he does.

Madison: And so do I.

Greenlee: This is so annoying. I really want to hate you.

Madison: Why?

Tad: He part of your little deal to get me down here?

Liza: No.

Tad: You sure? You know, it wouldn't surprise me. That's what people do when they're desperate -- hang out with him. Don't call me anymore.

David: [Sighs] All right. Look. I'm sorry, ok? I mean, the moron came walking in here. He wouldn't give you a chance to talk. I just thought it was wrong.

Liza: Thank you for sticking up for me.

David: You're not gonna tear my head off?

Liza: I don't have many people in my corner these days. I think I'm gonna take what I can get.

David: I'm honored.

Liza: David, do you think you have more friends than I do?

David: Now, that seems like a pointless argument. That'd be like one rock asking the other who's smarter, all right? So you have no friends. I have no friends. Well, at least we have each other, right?

Liza: That is depressing.

David: No. Depressing would be if I lost you, too.

[Liza sighs]

Caleb: Oh. Rug rats around?

Krystal: No, actually. They're all at a sleepover. As a matter of fact, I think everybody in the house is somewhere else tonight.

Caleb: Why do you still live with your ex-husband?

Krystal: Beat around the bush much?

Caleb: Why? It's a waste of time.

Krystal: Got that right. Come on in. Put that down. Come on in but just excuse the mess, all right? This is sort of the main drag around here. It's like Grand Central Station. Everybody is always coming and going or spilling something on my rug. It's total chaos, but I wouldn't have it any other way.

Caleb: Hmm. I don't know how you do it.

Krystal: What are you talking about? You have Bianca and her girls living with you.

Caleb: Yeah, in a house the size of Ohio.

Krystal: Yes, and Marissa is over there all the time.

Caleb: Oh, not that much.

Krystal: And then you volunteered to help Angie.

Caleb: I volunteered?

Krystal: So you're gonna be seeing a lot of her, and you spend a lot of time with me at the restaurant.

Caleb: The food is good.

Krystal: Deny it all you want, Caleb Cooney, but you're not the loner that you say you are.

[Door closes]

Zach: You want a drink?

Kendall: No, thanks.

Zach: You all right?

Kendall: Yeah. Yeah. I feel silly for getting all emotional at Fusion. Bianca and Greenlee are doing a great job getting the company back on its feet, and they'll keep me in the loop. Everything will be fine.

[Knocks on door]

Zach: Artie, come on in.

Artie: Slater, looking good, man. Looking good, man.

Zach: All right.

Artie: Wowza.

Zach: You remember my wife Kendall.

Artie: How could I forget?

Kendall: Hi. Hi. Nice to see you.

Artie: Likewise. So we gonna do a deal, or what? The broker just showed me your place again. I cannot wait to get in there and dig in. I am doing a complete overhaul.

Kendall: Meaning what?

Artie: That pond you got, I'm filling it in.

Kendall: Oh, no. That's where my boys, they were gonna play hockey.

Artie: No. That's where my 3-story garage is gonna go. I collect cars.

Kendall: But the water is so beautiful. You could skate in the winter and swim in the summer.

Artie: Nah. That chlorine, it ruins my hair.

Kendall: It's a pond.

Artie: Well, what do I need that for when I got hot tubs, huh?

Kendall: Plural?

Artie: My wife wants her own. We're getting his and her tanning beds, so we need a room for those, and my poodle snookie, we got to have a room for her -- she's our baby -- and then, of course, we got to find a place for the nightclub.

Kendall: You can't have my home. 

Krystal: Ok. Good. Got the grill going. As soon as it gets hot, I'll throw a couple steaks on.

Caleb: Oh, sounds good. What are you eating?

Krystal: Ha ha ha! Good one. Here. Come on. Take a load off.

Caleb: Thanks. Well -- you're easy. I mean, to be with.

Krystal: Oh, thank you. I think you are, too, when you're not being an ornery son of a bitch.

Caleb: Well, I mean, no, but -- no drama, no whining, and I can't imagine that if you were to break a nail, that you'd freak out.

Krystal: My God --

Caleb: What?

Krystal: You are comparing me to Erica Kane. Ha ha ha! No. What, you think she's a princess?

Caleb: Ha ha ha! No.

Krystal: Well, Caleb, to be fair, I think you need to really learn your history, because Erica Kane did not start out sitting on a throne. She worked her way up from nothing.

Caleb: Up to what, perfume?

Krystal: Well, running a restaurant isn't exactly solving the world's problems, either.

Caleb: Hey, people are hungry, you feed them. That's good, honest work.

Krystal: I have done some things that weren't exactly honest.

Caleb: Yeah, but from where I sit, looks like you're doing pretty well.

Krystal: Yeah. I got my business going really well. I got great friends. Got my family, but, Caleb, you're really lucky that you've never had to suffer the loss of a child.

Caleb: Better check on the grill, hmm?

Artie: I made a great offer.

Kendall: I don't care if you're offering me the moon. You can't have our home.

Artie: Little help here?

Zach: Can't have it. You're gonna ruin the place, Artie.

Artie: Ruin it? I'm gonna make it into a palace.

Kendall: I don't think Pine Valley is ready for a palace, ok? Try Vegas.

Artie: You're making a big mistake.

[Kendall laughs]

Zach: Ha ha ha!

Kendall: He's -- are you mad? I mean --

Zach: No, not at all.

Kendall: I just scared away your buyer.

Zach: It's ok. Got another buyer already.

Kendall: Oh. Well, do they want to turn the boys' room into a cigar lounge?

Zach: No, but that's a good idea. No. I'm kidding. This guy wants to leave it just the way it is.

Kendall: Well, that's good, I guess.

Zach: He's a nice guy. You'd like him.

Kendall: Oh, you know him?

Zach: Yeah, yeah. Got a nice family, good-looking guy -- in shape, rugged.

Kendall: Great.

Zach: You want to see a picture?

Kendall: Uh, sure.

Zach: That's his family right there. No one is taking the home.

Greenlee: I need to get going, and I didn't mean what I said.

Madison: Well, stay for dinner. I have a huge chicken in the oven.

Ryan: She's not kidding. It's large, real large.

Madison: The chicken. Hopefully, it hasn't caught on fire. Excuse me.

Greenlee: I tried to leave. She wouldn't take no for an answer.

Ryan: Hmm. She doesn't want you going back to David.

Greenlee: I'm fine. She doesn't have to worry about me.

Ryan: She knows how strong you are. She just wants to make sure you're safe.

Greenlee: I get that, but then I don't.

Ryan: Meaning?

Greenlee: Come on, Ryan. Your girlfriend cooking for me, worrying about me, your ex? The three of us are about to sit down and have dinner in the apartment that used to be my home. This is officially weird.

Ryan: It doesn't have to be, Greenlee. I mean, you and I, we know where we stand.

Greenlee: Well, you heard what I said before.

Ryan: Yeah. I heard you. You want to hate Madison for being with me. That's ok because I hate you being with David, too.

Liza: Do you want me to talk to Marissa for you?

David: You would do that for me?

Liza: Well, I can't get through to my own daughter. Maybe I can get through to yours. Besides, a girl needs her daddy, and there's nothing more pathetic than a bad guy feeling sorry for himself.

David: Did you just call me a bad guy?

Liza: Well, you're not a good guy, so --

David: I guess you got that right. I'm sorry.

Liza: About buying the last round of drinks?

David: Yeah, for that, too, but for giving you a hard time about Tad.

Liza: You were honest. I actually really appreciate that. I appreciate that in a man, even a dishonest man.

Caleb: Grill is ready.

Krystal: Just a minute. Um --

Caleb: What?

Krystal: Are you ok?

Caleb: Yeah. Why?

Krystal: Well, we were just talking, and you got up and walked out.

Caleb: Well, the food is not gonna cook itself.

Krystal: Oh.

Tad: Hey.

Krystal: Hey.

Tad: I'm sorry. I didn't know it was a party.

Krystal: Oh, no, no. Caleb and I were just gonna throw on some steaks. We were getting ready to put them on. They're on the counter next to the fridge.

Caleb: Right.

Krystal: Yeah. Well, hey there. I thought you were out with Jake tonight.

Tad: I changed my mind.

Krystal: Oh.

Tad: So -- you and Cooney. Is this some kind of a date?

Krystal: No. No. He's just a friend.

Tad: Well, you invited him back to the house. I mean, that's kind of soon, ain't it?

Krystal: I don't know if it's really soon. I just didn't feel like eating alone, really.

Tad: Baby, you own a restaurant.

Krystal: Baby, I don't need to eat in the restaurant every single night. What's it to you, anyway?

Tad: What's it to me? Well, I -- ok. Fine. There's something about him I don't get, ok, and it's not just his sterling personality, neither.

Krystal: Tad, he's a really good guy.

Tad: I don't know that, and I don't want you to get hurt.

Krystal: Oh, God, you know what? For the last time, he's just a friend.

Caleb: Need some tongs out here. You have any tongs?

Krystal: He needs some tongs. Uhh!

Ryan: Yeah. All right. So you, me, and Madison, we, you know, could be viewed as a little bit strange. So what?

Greenlee: So maybe we shouldn't be doing this.

Ryan: Why do you say that? We've gotten past this, right? We've talked about it. We're looking towards the future. We're forgetting about the past, right? I mean --

Greenlee: Right.

Ryan: We're FTFs -- fiancés-turned-friends.

Greenlee: Wow, you coin that one yourself?

Ryan: I sure did, just now.

Greenlee: Wow, you're really smart. Actually, we're kind of husband-and-wife-turned-fiancés.

Ryan: Ok. You know what? It's getting complicated. Whatever we are, I will always want you to be ok.

Greenlee: Same here. Oh.

Ryan: What, that again? What are you doing with that?

Greenlee: There's a picture that I want.

Ryan: Which picture?

Greenlee: The one with the Buddha belly.

Ryan: Oh, no. No. No, no, no. You know what? That one, it's not in here anymore.

Greenlee: Yes, it is. It's in the back.

Ryan: It's not.

Greenlee: Give it to me, Lavery.

Ryan: It's too embarrassing.

Greenlee: Give it to me. Well, for you, maybe. Yeah.

Ryan: Yeah, for me. It's not.

Greenlee: Come on. Give it to me.

Ryan: Ok. You got to promise not to show anybody, ok? If you take this, nobody sees this picture.

Greenlee: I am totally scanning this and putting this on MyPage for all my friends to see.

Ryan: No. You're giving that back to me.

Greenlee: No, no. Ha ha! God! I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Ryan, I shouldn't have done that. You just got out of the hospital.

Ryan: No. I'm fine. I'm ok.

Greenlee: Yeah, but you could fall and hit your head.

Ryan: Would you stop, please? I'm totally ok. I'm -- fine.

Madison: Ryan, I need you.

[Zach sighs]

Kendall: What you did, holding on to our home, thank you.

Zach: For what? I didn't do anything.

Kendall: Yeah, you did. Ok. I want to get our furniture out of storage so that we could use it next time we visit.

Zach: We're not gonna visit anymore.

Kendall: Ok. Um, you don't want to sell the house, but you don't want to come back and visit. That doesn't make any sense.

Zach: I know. There's a lot of stuff the last few months doesn't make any sense. I know.

Kendall: Well, Zach, having the time away has been wonderful.

Zach: Yeah. Been great, but you should be here. This -- Pine Valley. I know how important it is to you, and I wasn't being fair. When Bianca told me it's a part of who you are, it is. I see it, and the boys, this is their home.

Kendall: Well, what about you?

Zach: My home is where my family is.

Kendall: Are you saying that we can move back?

Zach: Yeah, but I got one request.

Kendall: What? Yes. Anything.

Zach: When I get back from Europe after the party, I want my family -- you, me, the kids -- on the boat for three weeks, and then we'll come here to stay. Do we have a deal?

Kendall: Three weeks it is. God, I love you.

Zach: Welcome home.

[Zach and Kendall hug]

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