All My Children Transcript Tuesday 9/28/10
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Jesse: Ryan, I know your first instinct is to help Greenlee, but --
Ryan: I'm just asking you to consider her state of mind. That's all I'm doing here, ok? No matter how she felt about David -- she lost her husband. It hit her hard. She wasn't thinking clearly.
Jesse: Apparently, she was thinking clearly enough to write those convincing good-bye letters for David and not leave fingerprints.
Ryan: Well -- she didn't do it, Jesse. She didn't.
Jesse: And you know this for a fact, do you?
Ryan: Whoever wrote those letters was just trying to have a lot of people get a little closure around this. That's all.
Jesse: Ryan, if it were just the letters -- there's video. We've got video of Greenlee handing David the drink that killed him.
Ryan: You don't know that the digitalis was in the drink when she handed it to him. Anyone at that party could've slipped it in there at any time.
Jesse: Anyone at that party didn't happen to have an empty digitalis vial found in their glove compartment.
Ryan: All right, you know, I see that it looks bad. Ok?
Jesse: Yeah, let's just say it looks bad.
Kendall: I've got a bad feeling about this. There are way too many secrets. There's too many lies.
Greenlee: Stop being so melodramatic.
Kendall: I'm not the one facing prison, taking the rap for my ex. At least just tell Ryan that you found the vial in his pocket.
Kendall: Ok. Well, then maybe together the two of you can come up with a better cover story than "I found it on the floor."
Greenlee: And maybe Ryan would turn himself in. Is that what you want? I'm doing what I have to do right now, and if you say anything, I'll just deny it. This is between you and me, nobody else.
Kendall: You're just doing this because you heard Ryan say under hypnosis that he still loves you.
Greenlee: Wouldn't you do the same for Zach?
Kendall: Yes, of course, because he's my husband, because I love him. Oh, my God. You are still in love with Ryan. You want him back.
J.R.: So you definitely verify all this information.
Man: I stand behind every word in that report.
J.R.: I knew Asher was up to something. I'll tell you what. Send me your bill. Whatever it is, it's worth it.
Man: Cool. Call if you need anything else.
J.R.: All right. Asher, it's J.R. Where the hell are you?
Colby: What's the emergency? Did Asher do something wrong?
J.R.: How well do you know this guy?
Marissa: Caleb, it's Marissa. Your machine cut me off. Listen, I really need to talk to you. It's about Asher, that computer guy who's been working at your house.
[Call waiting beeps]
Krystal: Hi, honey. It's me.
Marissa: Hey, Krystal, have you seen Caleb?
Krystal: No. Actually, I called to see if you heard about Greenlee.
Marissa: No. What about her?
Krystal: You might want to sit down for this one.
Caleb: Were the kids in here playing?
Asher: Nope. Nobody's home but us.
Caleb: How'd the phone get pulled out of the wall?
Asher: That'd be me.
Caleb: You pulled this out of the wall?
Asher: That's right. I tripped over the phone cord.
Caleb: You should be more careful.
Asher: Next time. Wait a minute. I need to talk to you.
Caleb: Whatever it is, you can take it up with Bianca.
Asher: I think you'll want to hear this.
Caleb: Some other time.
Asher: No. Huh. Right now.
Colby: Don't tell me Asher Pike is one of the Mainline Pikes. He comes from a rich, classy family background much more suited for me than Damon will ever be.
J.R.: I'm not trying to set you up.
Colby: Good. Because you don't get a vote.
J.R.: Just tell me how well you know the guy.
Colby: Well, you got a resume when you hired him.
J.R.: Yeah, but he fudged it up a bit.
Colby: Who doesn't?
J.R.: Can you just answer the question, please?
Colby: Asher is not after our money if that's what you think. I can tell when somebody's buddying up to me, because I'm a Chandler and they want me to pay for the bill. I can spot a leech a mile away -- hello, Annie.
J.R.: Ok, he's not after our bank accounts, but how did you meet him? You said you almost fell off a roof?
Colby: Mm-hmm. Oh, and don't pin it on him. It was my stupid mistake. I was leaning over this really old railing.
J.R.: And he happened to be on the same roof?
Colby: Ok, yeah, that's a little weird. I saw him earlier in the park. He was looking for this girl's lost dog. And then next thing I know, he's on top of the rooftop while my life is flashing before my eyes. You were giving me the dad look.
Colby: That look he used to get when he knew something major we didn't.
J.R.: I have no idea what --
Colby: "I have no idea what you're talking about." That's exactly what Dad used to say, except he would add a "young lady" at the end. And he would never give out the secret. But eventually it would come out, and it would end up with me in tears and you going to an AA meeting or worse.
J.R.: I'm not Dad.
Colby: I know. But sometimes I wish you were -- not that I want you to ground me or run my life. Even though Dad went to the extreme, sometimes it was kind of nice having somebody in charge, and, well, I guess you're it around here.
J.R.: If you ever need anything, ever, you know you can come to me. Now, I'm not trying to be Dad in any way, but that's the truth. I am running this house and the family, and I'm gonna run it my way.
Colby: Dad still loves you.
J.R.: What else do you know about this Asher character?
Colby: He doesn't really talk about himself a lot. Is there something going on?
J.R.: If there was anything you had to worry about, I'd let you know. Do you know where he is right now?
Colby: Um, I think he said something about working on the computers at Wildwind today.
J.R.: I have to go.
Colby: J.R., wait. J.R.!
Madison: Phew. Frankie. Hey, it's Madison. You remember that trip I told you I was taking with Ryan? I'm having second thoughts about where we should go, and I was hoping I could run some ideas by you. So call me when you can, ok?
Randi: I don't think Frankie is the best person to ask about European vacations. You know, most of his time spent over there was in Germany changing planes on his way to Iraq.
Madison: I didn't see you standing there. Huh. I was just calling Frankie to --
Randi: I heard -- see if he could help.
Madison: Right. I wanted a male perspective, you know?
Randi: You know, I just got back from Italy. Why wouldn't you ask me? I'd be happy to tell you where I think you should go.
Ryan: Ok, Jesse, let's just back up a little bit, ok?
Jesse: Backing on up.
Ryan: Ok. When David's body was found, you -- along with most of Pine Valley -- were very sure that it was me that killed him. Right?
Jesse: There were a lot of suspects back then, too.
Ryan: Yes, but I was on the top of the list, and I understand why. I totally do. Obviously, I was angry. I went to see him. We fought.
Jesse: It was early on in the investigation, Ryan.
Ryan: And the investigation is now over.
Jesse: I never said that.
Ryan: It sure seems like it is. I mean, first you were positive that it was me, and now you're positive that it's Greenlee?
Jesse: I'm not positive about anything. If you want to offer up another scenario, be my guest.
Ryan: David could've killed himself, Jesse. It's still possible.
Jesse: You don't believe that any more than I do.
Ryan: Well, you never know how that twisted mind of his worked. I mean, it definitely could've happened like that.
Jesse: Ryan -- and based on that logic, I'm supposed to let Greenlee walk? Writing those notes was a felony. She obstructed justice.
Ryan: Writing those notes didn't hurt anybody, Jesse. In fact, it brought a lot of peace to a lot of people. Ok? So --
Marissa: Where is she?
Marissa: Greenlee. I know she's here. Krystal told me what she did. Where is she?
Jesse: Marissa -- hold, hold --
Marissa: How could you do that? How could you be so cruel?
Greenlee: I'm sorry. I didn't mean --
Kendall: Just be quiet.
Marissa: Why did you want me to believe that my father killed himself? How could you write that letter to me? You made me think that those were David's last words, things that I had always wanted to hear him say -- that he was sorry, that he loved me -- but obviously it was all just a lie!
Greenlee: But David did love you.
Marissa: You comforted me. You comforted me. You told me things about David. As if you ever gave a damn about him or me.
Kendall: She did care about your father. It's just that --
Marissa: It's just what, some kind of a sick joke? What did I ever do to you? What, Greenlee?
Caleb: What'd you say, kid?
Asher: I'm not a kid. And I have something to say to you.
Caleb: All right. Spit it out.
J.R.: Caleb, I need to talk to you.
Asher: Better get in line. We're kind of in the middle of something.
Caleb: No, we're not. Now, both of you, get out.
J.R.: Wow. It seems real intense in here. Whatever you have to say, it can wait. Trust me.
Caleb: Trust you?
J.R.: We've got business to discuss. I'd like to buy you out.
Caleb: You've got an interesting sense of humor. I just bought in.
J.R.: I want you out of Pine Valley, and I'm prepared to make you a very generous offer for you to leave.
Caleb: Oh. Ok. I'll just go pack my bags.
J.R.: I'm serious. I don't want any witnesses while I'm negotiating.
Caleb: Why don't you tell me what's going on in that weaselly, conniving little mind of yours?
J.R.: I guess you're just gonna have to figure that out, Mountain Man.
Caleb: Well, figure this out. Next time you show up at my door, you're gonna be looking down the barrel of my shotgun.
Madison: Thank you for helping me pick the champagne. Do you think the French countryside would make a better trip?
Randi: Depends on what you like. I really fell in love with Italy. Venice is just so romantic.
Madison: Romantic -- that's what I'm going for.
Randi: I really missed Frankie when I was over there. We spoke all the time, but it's not the same as actually being there together, you know?
Madison: Venice it is, then.
Randi: Hmm. There's also Tuscany, Florence, Rome. Ohh, Rome -- indescribable. It's like being in a movie.
Madison: Ok, now you're giving me too many choices.
Randi: Sorry. You know what? You'll end up picking just what's right for you and Ryan.
Madison: Yeah. It's so exciting.
Randi: Big stuff, huh, the two of you going away together for the first time?
Madison: Yeah. We went to New York, but, I mean, that was half business. This will be the first time he and I can just be alone and, you know, not with --
Madison: The gift that keeps on taking. Claws really came out on that one. Sorry.
Randi: I don't blame you, Madison. No woman likes when her man is distracted by something else.
Madison: And now I believe we have changed the subject from Greenlee to me.
Randi: Yes. Well, I do think it's time that you and I spoke about you and my husband.
Madison: Frankie and I are friends, that's it.
Randi: Like Ryan and Greenlee?
Madison: No. No. Ryan and Greenlee have huge romantic history together. Frankie and I are just --
Randi: And you have a ton of male pals?
Madison: You know my history, Randi -- not good. Most women I know had a father that they could look up to, or a husband that was like their best friend. I didn't have either of those. Life was about fear and violence for me when it came to men.
Randi: And Frankie is the complete opposite.
Madison: He offered to help me. I've never had that before.
Randi: I had a bad history with men, too, until Frankie. He saved me. He took me off the streets, he became my best friend, and then I fell in love with him.
Marissa: God, I should've known that David could never have written that letter.
Kendall: But they were words you wanted to hear, right?
Marissa: Not from Greenlee.
Kendall: Who doesn't dream of having the perfect father? No woman should bury her dad hating him.
Marissa: This wasn't a favor or a kind act. She wanted everyone to think that David killed himself, so that someone would get away with murder.
Greenlee: I had no idea. I never thought that anyone would find out.
Ryan: Just don't say anything more, ok?
Greenlee: I didn't mean to hurt her.
Ryan: Of course, you didn't mean to hurt her. I know that. I know. But just stop, ok, because what you say can be misinterpreted.
Greenlee: What do you mean?
Ryan: Just don't say anything else until your lawyer gets here. Please don't, ok? And let me call Jack, will you?
Greenlee: No. Leave my father out of this.
Ryan: He's gonna want to know what's going on, Greenlee.
Greenlee: Then he'll come right back here, and he'll believe everything Jesse is saying about me.
Ryan: I don't think so.
Greenlee: Please don't call him. I'm serious. I don't want him involved. Not until --
Ryan: Until what? Seriously, until what? Until you're actually convicted?
Greenlee: I won't be.
Ryan: And you're so sure of this because --
Greenlee: Because I'm innocent.
Greenlee: I'm sorry. I mean, about everything. About --
Ryan: Don't. Just don't be sorry. Please don't be sorry. Just be careful, ok, please?
Greenlee: You're really worried about me, aren't you?
Ryan: Yes, I'm really worried about you.
Greenlee: Don't be. I'll be fine. I promise.
Ryan: You told me once never to make promises that I can't keep.
Greenlee: Yeah, well, this is different. You know me. I'll get out of this. And I don't give up so easily -- on anything.
Madison: I get it, you know?
Randi: Do you?
Madison: Frankie was a hero to both of us. But there is one major difference, and that is that Frankie told me that he fell in love with you from the very first moment that he saw you.
Randi: It's pretty hard to believe, especially since I was a pretty hot mess then.
Madison: Well, mess or not, he fell in love. And he told me that even though you would probably deny it, he knows that you felt the very same way from the very beginning.
Randi: That is probably true.
Madison: But that's not true for Frankie and me, ok, not even close. Did Frankie ever tell you about this girl, Jenny, who was Jesse's best friend back in the day?
Randi: Tad's sister.
Madison: Frankie said that she and his dad were as close as two friends could possibly be. They even ran away to New York together once.
Randi: I'm not really sure how this is supposed to make me feel better.
Madison: The point is they did everything together, everything except falling in love -- the romantic kind of love. I mean, they had this true friendship. Maybe Frankie and I could get there. You, too.
Randi: Yeah, I'm not really used to having a lot of friends.
Madison: Well, you've got me, if we're cool?
Randi: Are you serious about Ryan, like "for the rest of your life" serious?
Madison: I think so. That's why this going away is so important.
Randi: Then I hope you get whatever it is that you want, Madison, as long as it's not Frankie.
Madison: And I hope you're kidding.
Randi: Sort of.
Madison: Really, Randi, after everything I've just said?
Randi: Look, where I'm from, it's hard to believe that a man and a woman can just be friends. Even if they start out that way, it seems that with time, eventually one of them is gonna wonder "what if?"
Madison: That's never gonna happen with us.
Randi: It better not, because I will cut anyone for Frankie. And you would do the same for Ryan, wouldn't you?
Greenlee: Getting a little hungry. We could have Jesse send out for some pizza or something.
Ryan: It's funny -- I don't think they provide that service here, Greenlee. Just hold off on the order until your lawyer gets here, ok?
Greenlee: Did Jesse say something to you?
Ryan: No, he didn't. He didn't need to tell me anything for me to know how serious this is, ok?
Greenlee: I know it is.
Ryan: Then why the hell aren't you acting like it?
Greenlee: What do you want me to do, Ryan? Rub my hands raw? Bite my nails? I'm innocent. I did not kill David.
Ryan: I believe you.
Greenlee: Really? Then maybe you should start acting like it.
Ryan: Is there something that you're not telling me, Greenlee?
Greenlee: What are you talking about?
Ryan: The story about you finding a vial on the ground in your hotel room.
Greenlee: It's not a story. It's true.
Ryan: Then why didn't you tell me about it?
Greenlee: I don't know. Things have been so crazy. I --
Ryan: There's something that you're not telling me.
Greenlee: From the look on your face, I'm guessing it's Madison.
Ryan: Yeah, it is.
Greenlee: You don't have to stay here and babysit me.
Ryan: I'm not, ok? I'm gonna stay here until your lawyer gets here.
Greenlee: He'll be here any minute. Go. I don't want your life to stop because of me.
Ryan: It's not.
Greenlee: Do you remember what you were telling me in the park before Jesse showed up, how Madison has had so much patience and understanding? Well, there's a limit to anyone's patience, Ryan, so just go, ok? Go. I'll be fine.
Greenlee: And I have unlimited patience.
Marissa: I'm really worried. I've called him a dozen times, and he hasn't answered.
Krystal: Well, I'm working on Caleb to get a cell phone.
Marissa: His car's not here. He didn't leave any kind of a note.
Krystal: I know.
Marissa: We should get him a phone. What if someone needs him? What if he's in danger?
Krystal: You really think Caleb is in danger?
Marissa: Asher attacked him. We need to let Caleb know that he's working for J.R.
Krystal: I wouldn't worry about Caleb. Trust me, he's dealt with a lot more dangerous critters than those two.
Marissa: I don't know about that. I mean, I have never known people like this before -- J.R., Greenlee?
Krystal: What was she thinking forging those letters?
Marissa: I don't know. How do people like that get away with it again and again? God, it just makes me want to hold onto A.J. so tight to protect him.
Krystal: That's why you're filing for custody.
Marissa: Caleb's recommended a really good lawyer, a real shark.
Krystal: Good. You're gonna need that going up against J.R.
Marissa: Yeah, especially because he doesn't consider me to be A.J.'s real mother.
Krystal: J.R. said that?
Marissa: Oh, yeah. He tried to apologize, but it just came out of his mouth so easily.
Krystal: You know that's not true. You are more than just a name on a piece of paper to A.J.
Marissa: I'm not being selfish, am I, going for full custody?
Krystal: J.R. hired someone to beat somebody up. Come on. You need to get A.J. out of that house. When Adam was there, he tried to keep some semblance of family. All J.R. wants to do is rip it apart.
Asher: Why'd you come busting in like that?
J.R.: To save your ass. Next time, Caleb's gonna knock you out.
Asher: I just wanted to talk to him.
J.R.: You blew your cover. Marissa saw you here, remember? She put the pieces together. She knows that you're working for me.
Asher: But she hasn't told Caleb yet. I messed with the phone lines, so she couldn't call him.
J.R.: Oh, wow. That's a great idea. Now she'll never be able to get in touch with him.
Asher: What do you want me to say?
J.R.: I want you to listen.
Asher: Ok. Fine. I'm listening.
J.R.: I know who you are.
J.R.: No, I know who you really are, Asher. You might think you're able to screw with Caleb, but not me.
Asher: Is that it? Thanks. Later.
J.R.: Your name is not "Pike." It's "Cooney." You're Caleb's son.
Asher: You really think I'm Cooney's kid? What are you smoking, man?
J.R.: There's no reason to lie. I'm not gonna go run and tell him.
Asher: How do you know I'm not working for him?
J.R.: You bashed him in the head with a laptop. I don't think the man's capable of lying.
Asher: He's capable of a lot of things.
J.R.: Mm-hmm. So you want to fill me in on the details?
Asher: Oh. So your little spies couldn't come up with my second-grade report card that he didn't sign?
J.R.: Don't be such a smart ass. You're gonna need all the help you can get.
Asher: And how do you figure that?
J.R.: When Caleb finds out you're working for me, do you think he's gonna thank you for knocking him out cold? I believe that's a felony.
Asher: If he presses charges.
J.R.: True. Or he might just shoot you.
Asher: He doesn't scare me, and neither do you.
J.R.: That makes you all that more clueless.
Asher: If you think I'm so clueless, then fire me. But I don't have to tell you a damn thing.
J.R.: You're right. You don't. See, I figure you and your dad haven't seen each other in a while. That's why he didn't recognize you.
Asher: That's brilliant.
J.R.: And I guess he abandoned you. Now you have a big-time chip on your shoulder.
Asher: Yeah. You know, I cry myself to sleep every night.
J.R.: I'm not your enemy. You know that?
Asher: You're not my friend either. Exactly what is it that you want with me?
J.R.: I want you to use that twisted brain and bad attitude of yours to get what we both want -- Caleb on the ground begging for mercy.
Marissa: It's hard to believe how much I used to love J.R.
Krystal: Hmm. It's that Chandler charm. I know about that firsthand.
Marissa: I said that I wouldn't help Caleb go after him, but now --
Krystal: No, you do not want to turn into somebody like J.R.
Marissa: [Sighs] You know, if David were still alive, he would tell me the exact opposite -- "fight dirty" or "beat him at his own game."
Krystal: Yeah, but you do that, you're not gonna be happy -- just like David wasn't happy.
Marissa: It's just not fair. It just seems that doing the right thing doesn't seem to count anymore.
Krystal: It always counts. Listen, I know it must feel like your heart has been torn a dozen different ways, but David is gone and J.R. can't hurt you now. You just need to think about the future, and that means taking care of yourself and A.J. That is the right thing to do.
Marissa: Thanks for everything -- for picking me up at the police station, for all the good advice.
Krystal: Yeah. I wish I had taken my own advice a lot more. I would've gotten into a lot less trouble.
Marissa: Hey, you know, it's getting late. Why don't you go? I'll wait for Caleb.
Krystal: No, no. That's ok.
Marissa: No, no, you have work to do. It's ok. I'm actually feeling much better, thanks to you.
Krystal: Marissa? I just want you to know how much confidence I have in you. And I will always have your back.
Kendall: I just spoke to your lawyer. He's caught up in court, but he'll get here as soon as he can.
Greenlee: Thanks. I told Ryan to go home.
Kendall: And this will get you out of jail how?
Greenlee: I don't think he meant it when he told you we would never be together again.
Kendall: Ok. All right. I get it. So you made the extreme sacrifice, and you insisted he go? I've seen this movie before. I have.
Greenlee: You think this is funny?
Kendall: Yeah, I do. Because your entire life is on the line, and all you can think about is Ryan.
Ryan: Hey. Sorry I'm late.
Madison: Oh, you're here now. That's what matters.
Ryan: Had company?
Madison: Yeah. Randi.
Ryan: Cool. Cool. Everything ok?
Madison: Yeah. She had some stuff to get off her chest. Long story. Anyway, where were you?
Ryan: That's another long story, I guess. I went to see Greenlee to let her know about our trip.
Madison: She didn't already know?
Ryan: I just wanted to make sure that she was clear, you know, clear about you and me.
Ryan: It turns out --
Madison: What? What happened?
Ryan: She was arrested.
Madison: For David's murder?
Ryan: The letters that he supposedly wrote to her that --
Madison: What, Greenlee actually wrote them?
Ryan: Yeah. Now she's at the station waiting for her attorney. So --
Madison: So it's really not over, then? All the drama, all the --
Ryan: Madison, nothing has changed, not for us.
Madison: But as long as Greenlee is --
Ryan: No, I'm serious. I'm serious. Kendall is there for Greenlee right now, and Greenlee is waiting for her attorney. This is her fight, not mine.
Marissa: I knew that Asher was doing a lot of work around here on the computers and with Miranda.
Caleb: You definitely saw him with Junior?
Marissa: Asher called him "boss."
Caleb: Hmm. Now, that sounds right.
Marissa: What do you mean?
Caleb: When the kid was here, I knew that something was up.
Marissa: Do you think that he was going to hurt you?
Caleb: I think he's the one who hit me over the head.
Marissa: Yeah. I was thinking that, too. I'm so sorry that J.R. is doing all this to you.
Caleb: Oh, I'm not. He can't hurt me. He's desperate. I'm getting to him.
Asher: So explain to me again how we're related.
J.R.: My mother, Dixie, was a Cooney. Caleb and her were cousins.
Asher: So that makes us like, what, second cousins?
J.R.: That makes us family. And that means everything, Asher.
Asher: That makes you and Caleb family, too. But I guess that's different, huh?
J.R.: It is when they're on the other side lined up. Makes things more personal. So let me be the first one to welcome you to our dysfunctional but always functioning family.
Asher: Not really sure what that means.
J.R.: That means that you're a part of it, like it or not. And as for your father --
Asher: I don't consider Caleb any kind of father.
J.R.: Yeah, he didn't recognize you, but you know him. How?
Asher: Never laid eyes on him before I came to Pine Valley.
J.R.: What brought you here?
Asher: A letter.
J.R.: This is from Uncle Palmer.
Asher: He told me to come here, look for my father, even though he never came looking for me.
J.R.: He was on top of the mountain all those years -- your whole life.
Asher: He's not on the mountain now.
J.R.: It must be rough -- seeing him in a big old house, people hovering all around him like he's some big, friendly bear.
Asher: So where does this leave us? Am I still working for you or what?
J.R.: No, you're not working for me. As family, I want you working with me.
Asher: On my terms, meaning no questions about my past.
Kendall: Can you get a little more in touch with reality here, please?
Greenlee: You think I'm living in some kind of a fantasy world, and I'm telling you I'm not. I'm just trying to focus on something that won't keep me up at night. Anything other than the fact that David is dead, and I have some part in that.
Kendall: Ok. Fine. I get it. You're suffering. I'm sorry. Maybe I'd like to focus on something positive so I don't cry myself to sleep at night.
Greenlee: What's wrong with you?
Kendall: Oh, my God. Are you kidding me, Greenlee? Have you not noticed? I put my entire marriage on the line to help you. Zach is too furious to even come and have a face-to-face conversation with me. So while you sit there up to your well-plucked eyebrows in trouble, I'm here where my husband doesn't want me to be. All right? So let's just think of a way to keep you out of going to jail and to keep me from being alone for the rest of my life.
Greenlee: I'm sorry, Kendall, but you know me. Sometimes I can get so wrapped up in something --
Kendall: You mean "someone."
Greenlee: That I can be a little inconsiderate. I swear I'll help you fix things with Zach.
Kendall: It's not gonna be that easy this time.
Greenlee: He'll listen to me. I'll tell him that I twisted your arm to make you stay longer in Pine Valley.
Kendall: All of which still puts my husband in second place in my life -- at least, that's the way he's gonna see it.
Greenlee: I'll make him understand.
Kendall: Greenlee, you're the most determined person I know, but everyone has their limits -- even you.
Greenlee: I've got it under control, Kendall. All of it.
Jesse: Ok, Kendall, you got to go now.
Kendall: Just a few more minutes, please?
Jesse: We have to process her now.
Greenlee: What about my lawyer?
Jesse: You'll have to wait for him in your cell.
Kendall: Can I go with her?
Kendall: Ok. All right. You're gonna be ok.
Kendall: I'll be back.
Greenlee: Ok. I'm ready.
Ryan: You got the nice flowers out, and you got some champagne.
Ryan: Hey, let's not wait. Let's have a toast to our vacation.
Ryan: Ok? You get the glasses, and I'll get this going here.
Madison: No. Wait. We can't go, Ryan. Not with everything hanging over Greenlee's head.
Ryan: But I told you that --
Madison: Yeah, I know, I know, I know. You want to do this for me. But you'll be thinking about her. You wouldn't be you if you didn't. I get that. I really do. But when we go away together -- and we will -- I just want you to be thinking about one thing and one person, and that's me. Ok?
Ryan: Ok. I think I can handle that, yeah. Get over here.
Caleb: I knew something was up with that kid. I just can't put my finger on it.
Marissa: He could've killed you. A.J. saw you there lying on the ground, and he was terrified, and J.R. is responsible.
Caleb: You want me to talk to A.J.?
Marissa: What about J.R.? Do you think he sent Asher back over to scare you?
Caleb: It doesn't really matter. He's made a big mistake.
J.R.: You were about to tell Caleb that you were his son when I walked in, weren't you?
Asher: Maybe. Yeah, I guess I was. So?
J.R.: It's a bad idea.
Asher: What makes you say that?
J.R.: I just think we need to keep the lid on this pressure cooker just a little bit longer. It's a mighty big card that you're holding. I think it might be too soon to show your hand.
Asher: Too soon for me, or too soon for you?
J.R.: Does it matter?
Asher: You want to use it to stick it to him, really hurt him.
J.R.: And if I did?
Asher: Then I'm in.
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