All My Children Transcript Monday 10/4/10
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Jake: That's right. All right.
Jake: I got to tell you, as your supervisor, I'm very impressed that you showed up on time.
Kendall: Wait a minute. You're my supervisor?
Jake: Yes, I am. Well, we go like a round-robin thing, making sure that the "non-volunteers," community service people, do their thing.
Kendall: Good. This is good. Ok. Then you can just sign me in and out for the required hours. That's good. I won't tell if you won't tell.
Jake: What, you have something very important to do?
Kendall: Other than running Fusion, I have to do major damage control with my husband, not to mention trying to find a way to get your good friend Greenlee out of jail.
Jake: Right, right. Ok. Um, yeah, it's not gonna happen, see, because the courts -- they're sticklers about people serving the sentence that they were given.
Kendall: Can't you just say that I served it? Ooh. No. Of course not. You're a Martin.
Jake: Now, you said that with, like, disgust in your voice.
Kendall: No, no disgust. No. Just it's a little inconvenient. That's all. I assume I'll be doing some glorified candy striper duties? So just don't make me wear the outfit, please? I look horrible in vertical stripes.
Jake: No, you don't have to worry about that. It's -- Leona! Leona will take you up. Leona, this is Kendall Hart Slater. Ok, Leona's gonna tell you everything that's expected of you today.
Leona: So, Erica Kane's daughter.
Kendall: Yes. Yep. That's right. It was Leona, right? It is so nice to meet you.
Colby: Hi. Thanks for coming.
Tad: Of course. You sounded so upset on your message. What is it? Did you and Damon have a fight?
Colby: No. I don't think so.
Tad: What do you mean? You don't know? It usually goes like, "It's your fault." "No, it's your fault."
Colby: No, no, Tad, I've been calling Damon all afternoon, but he's not picking up. And I ran into somebody today who took the G.E.D. the same day he did, and she said the results were in.
Tad: Oh, no. That makes sense. If he didn't pass the G.E.D., there's no way he'll call back.
Colby: No, Tad, he did pass.
Tad: You're kidding.
Tad: That's great!
Colby: But it doesn't make any sense that he hasn't called me or you.
Tad: You're right. If he passed, he should want to celebrate.
Colby: Exactly. So where's the party?
Liza: Oh -- ow! Great. Thank you.
Damon: I didn't see you there.
Liza: That's pretty obvious. "Sellerman Employment Agency"?
Damon: I'll take that, thank you.
Liza: Oh, you're looking for a job?
Damon: Do you care?
Liza: It's just a question.
Damon: I don't have time to answer, ok? I'm already late.
Ryan: Are you sure you feel better?
Greenlee: Ahem. The walls don't seem to be closing in anymore.
Ryan: Good. Your hand feels warm.
Greenlee: Maybe because I'm still at the beach -- with you.
Ryan: Yeah, Cape Cod -- that seemed to work, right?
Greenlee: I was happy there.
Ryan: Good. Then if things start to get a little tricky again and the walls start closing in, you can just kind of jet right back there. Ok?
Greenlee: I'll try.
Ryan: Do I need to get myself arrested and get thrown in here so that I can remind you?
Greenlee: You'd do that, wouldn't you?
Ryan: You know I would.
Liza: Ok, you know what? Never mind, all right? Just -- would you call the mayor and see if she can reschedule? Yeah, that is the exact same mayor that you called last week. Ok. Unbelievable.
Madison: Liza. Hi. I was actually just on my way to your office.
Liza: Probably a good thing that you didn't go to my office, because I would imagine that my assistant probably would've scheduled you for 2011.
Liza: Never mind. Listen, did you remember something else that Greenlee said -- not that her threat against David wasn't enough?
Madison: Listen, Liza --
Liza: And by the way, I am gonna subpoena you, so you better be prepared to elaborate.
Madison: You can't put me on the stand.
Liza: And why not?
Madison: Because I lied. I never heard Greenlee say anything like that.
Liza: And why would you lie about something like that?
Madison: Do I need to spell it out? I'm trying to build something with Ryan, and Greenlee keeps getting in the way.
Ryan: The good news is that I'm not gonna have to break the law, because you are gonna beat this. You are. I believe in you. Now you just got to start believing in yourself.
Greenlee: Hmm. That was easier to do when I was on the other side of these things.
Ryan: Come on, Greenlee, I've seen you get through tons of dark times. You always, always get through to the other side.
Greenlee: Couldn't have gotten through most of them without my partner in crime. Ha -- bad choice of words.
Ryan: [Chuckles] Look, if there is anything that you need --
Greenlee: I can't ask you.
Ryan: Why not?
Greenlee: Because you and I are --
Guard: Time's up.
Ryan: Just give me 5 more minutes? Just 5.
Greenlee: You better go before you do wind up in the next cell. I'll be fine. If I put my ear to the bars, I can hear the ocean.
Ryan: If I could stay --
Greenlee: I know.
Ryan: You're not alone. Ok?
Kendall: Ugh. Ugh. Ohh -- ooh.
Leona: Where did you learn to scrub toilets?
Kendall: I must've been sick that day.
Leona: I bet you think because your mother is a famous big shot that you're too good to get down and dirty with the rest of us.
Kendall: Excuse me? If that wasn't down and dirty in there, I don't know what is.
Leona: You made more of a mess than you cleaned.
Kendall: Forgive me if I haven't mastered the art of toilet bowl cleaning.
Leona: You've got to be firm with your brush. Move it in circular motions, not in this little prissy strokes like you were doing. I'll show you what I mean when we hit the next floor.
Kendall: I have to do more floors?
Leona: What are you getting all worked up about?
Kendall: You don't understand. I'm not supposed to be doing community service.
Leona: Let me guess. You're innocent, and the judge is making an example of you.
Kendall: Not really. I mean, yes, I messed up, but in a bigger way than just breaking a few laws. Ohh. I lied to my husband, and now I'm paying the price for just trying to make things right.
Leona: If you think that sob story's gonna get you out of scrubbing the fifth-floor johns, sister, you got another thing --
Kendall: I will gladly make every toilet in town sparkle, if that means that Zach would forgive me and come home.
Jake: Ladies -- Kendall, be nice. Leona, I think you're gonna be scrubbing alone from here on out.
Kendall: What happened?
Jake: Well, there's been a change of plans.
Colby: Damon! Where have you been? I've been calling you and calling you.
Tad: What, you trying to give me a heart attack?
Damon: What? I got tied up.
Colby: Too tied up to tell us the good news?
Damon: What good news?
Tad: Oh, don't you be modest. Come on! I got your nose!
Colby: I ran into that girl Shelly, the one who took the G.E.D. with you, and she said that you aced it.
Damon: Oh, yeah. Right. I did.
Tad: That's it? What, that's all you got to say? You've been working towards this for months.
Colby: Yeah, we've been pulling for you.
Damon: Passing the test was never the big goal. Getting a job that pays me more than minimum wage -- that's what I've been shooting for.
Colby: Just take a moment and breathe.
Damon: No, I don't need a moment. I need to make something happen now.
Tad: Wait. Look, I'm all for pulling yourself up by your bootstraps, ok, as long as you don't ask me what a bootstrap is. But under the circumstances, why don't you let us buy you a cheeseburger to celebrate?
Damon: When I land my dream job, you can buy me a beer.
Tad: When you land your dream job, you can buy me a beer, because hopefully you'll be 21 by then.
Damon: That's true. Maybe I can make something happen today.
Jake: Jake Martin. Hey, Zach. How are you? You know what's funny? Kendall was just here. I can run after -- ok. What kind of help do are we talking about?
Amanda: Hey. You ready for lunch and the playground adventure of the day?
Jake: Yes. I should've taken typing. I just wanted to say I want to know every single little thing that Trevor does on the swings. I do. But I think we should go to lunch, and I want to tell you about a big adventure of my own.
Amanda: Oh. Well, that sounds too big to wait for lunch. What's going on?
Jake: Ok. Zach Slater called me, and he wants a big favor from me. He's doing whatever he's doing overseas, and it's some business thing and it's dicey.
Amanda: What does that have to do with you?
Jake: I made a lot of connections overseas, honey, when I was doing Doctors Without Borders. In fact, I worked for him for a while when I think Cambias was funding that mission that I was doing, and Zach was paying for it at the time, because he was running the company.
Amanda: Yeah, I remember. They had to send Aidan out to save you because you got kidnapped.
Jake: That's right, he did save me. And so when somebody saves your life, and they call you and ask you for a favor, you can't say no to them. So I think I have to go there.
Amanda: Go where? Back where you got kidnapped?
Jake: No. Not specifically to that place.
Amanda: Jake, how dangerous is this?
Tad: Damon, you got to be a little patient. In my experience, dream jobs just don't fall from the sky. You got to work for them.
Damon: I know, I know. But as long as I land someplace that has a future, I'll be happy. Ms. Horne?
Ms. Horne: Damon?
Colby: Who's that?
Damon: She's from Sellerman's.
Tad: She's hot. Wait. You mean the employment agency?
Damon: Yeah. She agreed to meet me here to discuss what kind of work I'd be qualified to do.
Tad: You don't waste any time.
Damon: Not anymore.
Colby: Wait, wait. For luck.
Colby: Tad, are you ok?
Tad: Huh? Oh, yeah. He'll be fine.
Damon: Thank you for meeting me here. I have to start my shift soon, and I don't want to risk being late.
Ms. Horne: That's very commendable. Hopefully, we'll have you off shift work and into a 9-to-5 in no time. But before we can do anything, I need to review your application.
Damon: Yep. I got it right here.
Singer: Come back home come back home
Greenlee: Ahh. Take a breath. You're back on the Cape, riding in the surf, wind in your hair, happy and free -- with Ryan. What are you doing here?
Kendall: Ha ha! I'm not arrested this time. I promise.
Guard: Grab a mop and knock yourself out.
Greenlee: "Grab a mop"?
Kendall: Yeah! Don't ask. I was stuck cleaning toilets with this neat freak named Leona, and all of a sudden Jake gets a call to send me down here. So here I am -- not that I'm complaining. It's fine. I don't understand why they would all of a sudden change my community service when my hair starts smelling like disinfectant.
Kendall: What about him?
Greenlee: When he left earlier, he said I wouldn't be alone for long. He had that look in his eye. He must've called Jesse and set this up. After everything that's happened, after everything I've done, he's still looking out for me.
Madison: It can't be hard to see why I would be insecure about Greenlee.
Liza: Well, no. I mean, everybody knows what they had.
Madison: You say that like it's in the past.
Liza: What, it's not?
Madison: There's still a spark between them, a connection -- whatever you want to call it.
Liza: Oh. And you're so desperate to cut off that connection that you would lie to make Greenlee's case stronger.
Madison: It's not like I planned on it, but you were attacking Ryan, and it just came out.
Liza: Right. Yeah.
Madison: Liza, you were there. Did it seem like something that I had rehearsed?
Liza: You know lying under oath is a crime.
Madison: I know, and that's why I wanted to see you -- because I couldn't go through with it.
Liza: Oh, you found your conscience, right?
Madison: What I have with Ryan -- it's something that I've never had in a relationship before. And I wanted to hang on to it no matter what, even if that meant that Greenlee had to suffer for it. But if I'm gonna make this work, I can't do it by sandbagging Greenlee. Ryan's got to choose me on his own.
Ryan: What is going on, Madison? Madison, wait.
Ms. Horne: Did you forget something?
Damon: I went over the application, like, 5 times. I don't think I left anything blank, did I?
Ms. Horne: It says you only just completed your G.E.D.
Damon: Yeah. Aced it.
Ms. Horne: And that's all the education you have?
Damon: They said it was as good as a regular diploma.
Ms. Horne: I was under the impression you were graduating from college.
Damon: That would be kind of hard, considering I just finished high school. Uh, look, if I'm a little late in the game, it's because I have ADHD.
Ms. Horne: I'm sorry to hear that.
Damon: But I'm on meds now, and it's making a huge difference. I'm not screwing up on the job, and I haven't had a run-in with the cops in --
Colby: I got to do something about this.
Tad: You think?
Ms. Horne: Are you saying you have a police record?
Colby: Oh, but what happened wasn't his fault.
Tad: Absolutely. You can always talk to his doctor.
Damon: You guys mind? We're in the middle of something here.
Ms. Horne: Actually, I'm afraid we're done.
Damon: But you haven't even told me what kind of jobs are available.
Ms. Horne: I'm sorry. There's really nothing I can do for you right now.
Damon: But you said on the phone that --
Ms. Horne: That was before I became aware of your qualifications. Look, the economy being what it is, you're probably better off staying right where you are. I am sorry.
Singer: Give back my heart
Jake: Trust me, honey. I have been to a lot more dangerous places than where Zach is asking me to go. Ok? Where he's asking me to go, they've got running water. I can brush my teeth. I can have a beer with a glass.
Amanda: They can still kidnap you with the glass.
Jake: Making introductions -- that's not a hostage-worthy situation. I'm gonna be fine. Don't have to worry about it.
Amanda: If you promise me and Trevor that you will come back in one piece, then I guess we do owe Zach. We wouldn't have you without him, so --
Jake: Hmm. Good.
Amanda: So when would you be leaving?
Jake: Today or tomorrow.
Amanda: That fast?
Jake: Yeah. I just have to clear it with Angie -- my patients, my workload, the sched. And all that -- and I want to say good-bye to Trevor the right way. I don't want to just give him a kiss on his chubby little cheek. I want to, you know -- I'm gonna miss you. I'm gonna miss you.
Jake: [Sighs] Who am I kidding? I'm not gonna miss you, babe.
Amanda: You're not?
Jake: No, I'm not gonna miss you, because I'm not gonna go all the way over there. What am I talking about? I'm thinking about it, and I can make the introductions with fax and Skype and e-mail and by the phone. It's not face to face, but it's gonna be fine. I'll make it work. I'll make it work.
Amanda: Are you sure?
Jake: Yes, I'm sure. Zach will get what he needs. I don't have to travel halfway around the world to make it happen. I mean, come on. He might like to do that, but my family is here. I don't do that anymore. That's not me. I don't do that anymore.
Amanda: Are you sure?
Amanda: Because -- listen. Yes, I want you to stay here, but I understand if you feel like you have to go.
Jake: The only thing I have to do is love my family, which is you and Trevor -- and you're right here -- and make sure you have the happiest life that I can give you. Now kiss me.
Kendall: If Ryan really cared about you, he would've had his girlfriend keep her big mouth shut. Then maybe you would've actually made bail.
Greenlee: Actually, I don't think that Madison told Liza on purpose.
Kendall: When did she get to be so nice?
Greenlee: You became far less bitchy when you were with Ryan.
Kendall: Thanks. Just so you know, I put her in her place, and I made her take back what she said.
Greenlee: I won't hold my breath, but thanks for trying. Right now I'm just trying not to have another claustrophobia attack.
Kendall: Ryan really must've pulled some strings to get me in here.
Greenlee: I can't go there.
Kendall: You've already gone.
Greenlee: Ok, yes. I had a connection with Ryan when he was here earlier. But my husband died a little over a month ago, and he is probably responsible.
Kendall: Yeah, and if he did do it, why did Ryan kill David? He did it for you.
Greenlee: Is that supposed to be a good thing or a bad thing?
Kendall: It just is.
Greenlee: Whatever I feel, I just have to fight it for now, or it'll look like we had even more motive for getting rid of David.
Kendall: Same as the vial that you found in Ryan's pocket -- anything to protect him.
Greenlee: And myself. I just have to get through this trial. And once I'm off the hook and Ryan is off the suspect list, I can deal with how I feel about him.
Kendall: Ok. And if Ryan doesn't come back to you with open arms, if he doesn't take you back, then what?
Greenlee: I know I hurt him.
Kendall: You did more than hurt him, Greenlee. You crushed him. He may never be ready for this again.
Greenlee: We'll see.
Kendall: You rejected him. You practically pushed him into the arms of another woman. Ryan said he could never have that with you again. I'm sorry, but compared to what you put him through, Madison seems like a walk in the park.
Liza: Hey, Ryan? Before you go off after her, you should know that I don't buy the fact that she was lying about what she heard Greenlee say.
Ryan: You know what? I don't really give a damn what you buy.
Liza: You should because I'm still gonna ask her to take the stand as a witness.
Ryan: I bet you would, because you don't have a real case.
Liza: Hmm. But you have a real problem, don't you? Madison, Greenlee -- good luck with that.
[Key turns in lock]
Madison: Before you say anything, I know what you heard. And I know that there's probably no point in me trying to explain it, but I just -- even if you won't believe me, I need you to know that it wasn't what it looked like. All those things that I said about Greenlee and being insecure where she's concerned and doing whatever it took to hold on to you -- it was just a lie. I swear to you. Even if it sounded like --
Ryan: The truth? It was really convincing, actually.
Madison: You knew?
Ryan: That it was a lie? Yes. Of course, I knew.
Ryan: Because it wasn't you. I know you, which is why I want to be with you. I want to be with only you.
Greenlee: Every time I think that I've pushed Ryan away, he shows up for me -- just like today. He was here. He helped me through my panic attack, and I just knew it's still there.
Kendall: Well, what about what's there with him and Madison?
Greenlee: I'm not saying she isn't someone special to him, but Ryan and I -- we're --
Kendall: Soul mates?
Greenlee: Who knows what that even means?
Kendall: I thought I did with Zach.
Greenlee: Give him time. He'll come around.
Kendall: But will I?
Greenlee: Not a chance. You're a grade-A, crackerjack, leap-before-you-look screw-up just like me. We never learn. Every time something goes right, something else goes wrong.
Kendall: Right. Then that means that now that something's going wrong, something's bound to go right.
Greenlee: Then I'm due for the mother of all rights, because my wrongs are piled from here to the moon.
Kendall: Maybe you can help me.
Greenlee: Don't think they'll let me out of here to mop.
Kendall: No, no. I don't think you know how to mop. With this.
Greenlee: What is it?
Kendall: This is a little rough draft of the -- some product packaging for Fusion's new anti-wrinkle line. It's rough and I'm having a hard time cracking it, so -- I don't know. Maybe you can take a look and you can help me finesse it.
Greenlee: Really? You want my help with Fusion, even though everyone thinks that I poisoned my husband?
Kendall: We're partners, right?
Greenlee: Yeah, we are.
Colby: Don't let some stranger make you feel bad about yourself.
Tad: Absolutely. Forget about her. You can't discount all the work you did to get this far, to earn that G.E.D.
Damon: Yeah, right. A lot of good it's gonna do me. I know I should be thankful I have a job, even if it's cleaning up people's slop. At least I'm working, right? I got to go.
Colby: [Sighs] He'll get a job, right?
Tad: Sure, he will. He's just got to keep plugging away at it. I'm just afraid if he gets discouraged, he goes off his meds or something like that --
Colby: No, I won't let that happen.
Tad: One thing's for sure -- I hope he knows how lucky he is to have you. I want to go talk to Jake for a minute. Can you do me a favor and stick around?
Colby: Yeah, I'll stick around. And he's probably gonna need some cheering up, so --
Tad: Yeah. Well, good luck.
Damon: "I was under the impression that you just graduated from college."
Liza: Can I get a waiter over here, please?
Damon: Want to just tell me what you want, and I'll tell the kitchen?
Liza: How about a new filing clerk?
Damon: What? Excuse me?
Liza: Somebody who files and runs errands and answers phones without me having to tell them exactly how to do that.
Damon: I can get the waiter.
Liza: Ok. You know what? Let me rephrase that. I have a staff member that is completely incompetent, and she's about to drive me over the edge, and you need a job. So would you consider working at the prosecutor's office?
Damon: Are you offering me a job?
Liza: The offer expires in 10, 9, 8, 7, 6 --
Damon: Wait. Just tell me why I shouldn't go pull the fire alarm.
Jake: Uh-oh. Someone pour hot water on your ice castle?
Tad: No, not mine. Damon's.
Jake: Oh. What happened?
Tad: For one thing, he passed his G.E.D.
Jake: You're kidding me. He passed that thing?
Tad: Yeah, he passed.
Jake: That's good.
Tad: He thought so. Hell, he thought it was the keys to the universe. Unfortunately, that dream got shot down pretty quickly.
Jake: Hmm. Well, I'm sorry.
Tad: Yeah. You're sorry? I don't know what to do for the poor kid. One minute he's on top of the world, the next thing he's getting humiliated in front of his girlfriend and his brand-new father. It was everything I could do not to bribe that woman from the employment agency to hire him in something.
Jake: Oh, Lord. Please don't tell me you did that.
Tad: But I did think about starting up my own company just so I could hire him as a partner.
Jake: I don't know what idea's worse.
Tad: Thank you.
Jake: You're welcome. Look, you know what you have to do. Right? He has to learn. He has to be able to step up himself.
Tad: Don't start with me. I swear, right in that -- I know, ok? I know all of that. I realize that, but it doesn't stop me from feeling like a hypocrite. I know that doing everything for your children isn't necessarily helping them. Hitting a brick wall is a learning experience -- yada, yada. And, of course, I have been the one shrieking at Liza for the last few months that the best parents are ones that let kids make it on their own.
Jake: Why did you come down here? You miss me? Is that why?
Tad: No. I came down here because I still want to fix it for that kid. So I want you to examine me, find something wrong, and then quarantine me just until this blows over. I'm serious.
Jake: You don't need me to check you into the hospital. Just do the right thing. You know what the right thing is. Just do the right thing.
Tad: Yeah. I should rig the roulette wheel at Ryan's so that Damon can walk home a winner.
Jake: You know that I know that you know what the right thing is here. You have to let Damon learn how to save himself. Listen, we all have to do that. That's ok. That's right up there with learning how to let go.
Tad: You know what's really frightening? You're almost believable at this. What are you gonna do for the next trick? Write a self-help book?
Jake: I might. You know what it's called? "My brother, my problem." Look, this is not as dire as you think. Right?
Tad: It's easy for you to say. You didn't see the woman from the agency go shrieking out of Krystal's.
Jake: Hey, she's not the only game in town. For all Damon knows, there's another job right around the corner. He just has to ready himself for it.
Damon: How do I know this isn't some scheme to mess with me and Colby again?
Liza: Hmm. Wow. Well, you don't. But the job is real. And if you don't believe me, you just call my office, and you will see how desperately I need someone.
Damon: So I'd be a law clerk?
Liza: Ha! No. That is meant for lawyers-in-training. You would be a filing clerk. It's a little different.
Damon: So it's grunt work mostly?
Liza: Yes, but it's a job with a salary and benefits -- if you can stay focused. I don't know. You might be able to handle that.
Damon: Sounds pretty easy, actually.
Liza: Yeah. Why don't you tell that to the person now who can't spell "Liza" with a "Z."
Damon: Any chance for advancement?
Liza: Yeah. You'll be trying cases at the end of the month.
Damon: I'm just checking.
Liza: But there is one thing that I do want to discuss with you before we go any further.
Damon: Ok. Here it goes.
Liza: Of course, working for me comes with certain expectations.
Liza: Yes. So Colby is not talking to me, and she won't return my phone calls.
Damon: I'm not gonna be your spy or your advocate.
Liza: No, I get that. But what I would like is perhaps once in a while, you could just tell me how she's doing. Like if she's happy or not, because she's certainly not gonna tell me.
Damon: I guess that'd be ok.
Liza: Well, then ok.
Damon: So when do I start?
Colby: Excuse me. Why are you talking to her?
Damon: Your mom just offered me a job.
Colby: Yeah, right.
Damon: Actually, it's a pretty great opportunity.
Colby: You're not actually gonna take it, are you?
Damon: I just did.
Greenlee: The top of the bottle should be wider to offset the base.
Kendall: No. Then you'll ruin the whole hourglass image.
Greenlee: Hourglass is all wrong.
Kendall: No. We're selling an anti-aging product. An hourglass represents time.
Greenlee: The passage of time, which reminds people that they're getting older -- which means sagging, wrinkles. I say avoid the time reference and go with something more minimalistic, youthful, streamlined, green, recycled.
Kendall: Maybe we should come up with something that's beautiful, sparkling, something that'll capture people's attention.
Greenlee: No. People are smart. They don't want to feel like they're being tricked into buying something.
Kendall: Ok. Then maybe I should stand in the mall with a bowl of it and a spoon and just scoop it onto their face.
Greenlee: Well, it worked when you handed out lipstick samples at the P.V.U. campus.
Kendall: Yeah, if I recall, you didn't like that so much. You said it was too mom-and-pop.
Greenlee: Well, mom-and-pop wasn't so bad.
Kendall: You're saying I was right?
Greenlee: Even if you were, I still hate the hourglass design.
Kendall: That kind of felt good.
Guard: Your time is up.
Guard: I'm supposed to escort you out.
Kendall: We're gonna get you out of here, too.
Greenlee: Until then, if you want to come by with some more design concepts -- not that she didn't make this floor spick-and-span.
Kendall: Um, yeah. You know what? Why don't you sit and think of some colors and ideas, and I'll swing by in the morning, and you can bounce off whatever you came up with -- then I can turn it down. You gonna be ok?
Greenlee: Yeah. Sure I am, as long as there's something waiting for me when this is all over. If I hold on to that, I'll get through this.
Madison: You really didn't doubt me?
Ryan: No. I figured you just fell on the sword to make up for the blurt you did about Greenlee.
Madison: I still can't believe I did that.
Ryan: And then you played all insecure about Greenlee to convince Liza, because you knew that it was important to me.
Madison: Maybe I wasn't totally playing. As far as we've come, I still have my moments.
Ryan: Nothing ever bad enough to hurt Greenlee's case.
Madison: What makes you so sure? You know about my past -- what I did to my husband, how I manipulated people.
Ryan: You're not that person anymore, Madison.
Madison: I want to believe that. But sometimes I'm afraid that the girl I was is still part of me, you know?
Ryan: I get that. I get that because of who I was. But I happen to know firsthand that people can change, and I believe you have.
Madison: You do?
Ryan: Obviously, words aren't convincing you, so I'm just gonna have to show you.
Colby: This is obviously another stunt to mess with us. You can't believe anything that she says.
Damon: I don't have a lot of options. I can't just throw an opportunity to the curb because I have a history with the person making the offer.
Colby: Yeah, a bad history.
Damon: Which means I know what she's capable of. I can be on the lookout for it. I'm not gonna let her pull a Liza on me. Ok? I'm smarter than that.
Colby: I know you are, but --
Damon: Trust me.
Liza: And you can try and trust me.
Tad: Did I miss something?
Colby: Yes. My mother -- she just offered Damon a job.
Damon: And I'm taking it.
Liza: Completely legitimate offer.
Colby: Oh, I'm sure Tad believes that just as much as I do. Tad, will you please tell Damon what a mistake this is? He's not listening to me.
Tad: It's Damon's decision, not mine.
Damon: Looks like you got yourself a new clerk.
Singer: I need someone to save me 'cause I'm still alive in here someone to lift me out of the dark and fear I just want to hold on to something real this time as I'm slipping under I'm reaching out to find I need a savior tonight I need a savior 'cause it's not my time it's not my time it's not my time can't you feel the heartbeat? Someone's alive in here can't you hear the breathing in the silence of tears? Something is breaking under the gray, lifeless sky time for an awakening of every soul in sight I need a savior tonight ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohh
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