All My Children Transcript Tuesday 10/5/10
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J.R.: I know, but there will be other parties. More important parties. I'll let Annie know that you won't be attending. And, John? Thank you.
Asher: The catering trucks are lined up out front. The florist -- I could hardly even get through the driveway. Mrs. Chandler's going all out.
J.R.: Yeah. Annie likes her parties.
Asher: Last time we talked, I got the vibe you were kind of hoping it wasn't gonna happen.
J.R.: You probably should keep your vibes to yourself.
Asher: All of a sudden Scott's got this can't-miss trip to Europe. And if he doesn't show up, the party's a bust. Mrs. Chandler will be pissed.
J.R.: You let me handle Mrs. Chandler.
Maid: Is this the suit, Mrs. Chandler?
Annie: Perfect. You can just hang it in the closet. Mr. Chandler will put it on as soon as he gets in from the airport -- hopefully, soon. Thank you.
Colby: You wanted to see me?
Annie: You always look so great in the morning, so young, so fresh.
Colby: Whatever you want, the answer is uh-uh. No. Not happening.
Annie: You know Scott and I are having a big party here tonight at the mansion?
Colby: Mm-hmm. But you don't exactly let anyone forget.
Annie: As much as I would love it to be a real Chandler event with the entire family here -- ohh -- I just think you would be so bored.
Colby: You want to make sure that I don't crash it.
Annie: I don't want any trouble.
Colby: Annie, you don't need me to blow up your party. You're gonna do that all by yourself.
Marissa: I really appreciate your taking my custody case.
Caleb: It's the least I could do after Junior stole your lawyer.
Marissa: Are you sure I'm not putting you out? I mean, you're not even a divorce lawyer.
Caleb: I'm a contract lawyer. Marriage is a contract. You having second thoughts about me taking your case?
Marissa: No. It's just J.R. and I are already drawing blood.
Caleb: Well, my dear, I'm afraid this is just the beginning.
Jesse: Baby, are you sure you're ready to go back to work?
Angie: I can't wait. And now we can start implementing the new changes that we need so the hospital can go back to serving the community the way it did before David took over.
Jesse: You know, that's great.
Angie: What is it? Is it David? The case?
Jesse: I know you don't want to hear this. Would you consider staying on leave just till the baby is born, baby?
Angie: Ohh, sweetheart, I absolutely adore you for being so overprotective of me and of our baby, but this child is fine. We both are.
Jesse: I know you love a challenge.
Angie: So then you won't ask me to stay home. Jesse, this is the first day of my professional life as a blind person, and I am going to succeed.
Colby: It's kind of pathetic, the way you try so hard to belong.
Annie: I am part of this family, and I am part of this company.
Colby: You didn't belong when you married my dad, and you never will. You can wear all the fancy clothes and the designer jewelry, but they won't change who you really are.
Annie: I understand that you still have a lot of anger about what happened between me and your father.
Colby: You think?
Annie: I hurt Adam, and Adam hurt me, and I regret that, but we did not belong together.
Colby: But you and Scott -- you belong together?
Annie: Yeah. I love Scott very, very much.
Colby: No. No, you love his name and the money. Actually, I thought that you were moving.
Annie: When the time is right.
Colby: Now is good for me.
Annie: One of the reasons that your father and I didn't work out is Adam never truly believed in me. Scott does. Why else would he make me head of Chandler's PR department? So I'm not gonna ruin that. I'm not gonna let him down, not within our marriage, and not within the company. That's why tonight is so important. Tonight will prove that I am a woman that my daughter can respect.
J.R.: Leave the party to me.
Asher: So what's gonna happen here tonight? I know. It's none of my business. But I just feel like I could learn something -- the way you operate.
J.R.: You probably could. Tonight I'm gonna let everyone know who's still king around here.
Annie: With or without your support, I know I'm gonna make Emma and Scott proud. And I also know you care about your cousin, so all I'm asking is you don't do anything to spoil the night for him. Ok?
Colby: Ok. All right. I won't go near your party. Done. Oh, Annie? When you embarrass yourself tonight, try not to bring Scott down with you. Bye.
Annie: Oh! Please say you're on your way home!
Scott: I love you, and I'm on my way.
Annie: Ooh! I can't wait for you to get here. Everything has been going perfectly. I don't want to jinx it.
Scott: I'm sure it'll turn out even better than you hoped.
Annie: It will. It has to.
J.R.: I don't want you here tonight. You are to help me with Caleb.
Asher: Not so easy now that he knows I'm working for you. I lost my easy access at Wildwind.
J.R.: We'll have to find a new way to get to him.
Asher: Tell me what you want me to do.
J.R.: I'm working on it. It's bad enough that son of a bitch has an in at my company, but there's no way that he's helping Marissa get my son.
Asher: How could he?
J.R.: He tried to set her up with Chandler's best attorney. When I squashed that, he had the nerve to sign on as Marissa's attorney himself. But there is no way in hell that they're going to win. Caleb's beating his chest about how he's gonna take my son away? He doesn't even have a clue that his own son is working with me against him.
Colby: I can't decide which one of you looks more guilty.
Marissa: When I think about what's going to come out in court, I just --
Caleb: You're scared.
Marissa: No, I'm not scared for myself. I'm scared for A.J. He has been through so much already, and it hasn't even started yet.
Caleb: You want to back out? This is a custody fight. It's gonna get dirty, it's gonna get nasty, and only one of you is gonna walk away. I'm gonna make sure that it's you.
Marissa: I won't back out. I'm gonna fight as hard as I have to. It's the only way to do what's best for my son.
Jake: This is the first shot after he's had some stewed prunes.
Frankie: All right, just stop.
Frankie: Stop. Turn.
Angie: Why did it go silent all of a sudden?
Jake: Well, there she is! Let me be the first to congratulate you. Hail to the chief.
Frankie: Hey, Ma. How you doing?
Angie: Hi, baby. Well, I'm ready to get to work -- no, actually, more than ready. Listen, before I get on with my day, I want you all to know that I am thrilled to be back. But it won't be business as usual, because I'm not the same chief of staff who left you. I'm better. I'm more fully aware of the needs of patients who have struggled to be independent but at times have to rely on health care professionals. I may fumble a bit -- being blind does that -- but I'm learning more every day. And my O&M specialist will be joining me for a while. Not S&M, Jake. O&M -- orientation and mobility specialist. Now, I will learn to navigate these halls and this job without my sight. Now, I may need help occasionally getting from one place to another or with documents until I finish my Braille training. But on the upside, my sense of smell has improved to the point where I can tell you what the cafeteria is serving, even up on the third floor.
Jake: Ooh. Is that a good thing?
Angie: And for any of you who thinks that losing my sight has caused me to go soft, well, you've assumed wrong. I will run this hospital just as well -- even better than I did before. There. I'm done. So let's get to work.
Frankie: It's great to have you back, Mom.
Jake: I second that.
Angie: Oh. Right on time. You all have met Shelley Novell, my O&M specialist.
Jake: Yeah. She's the woman that makes all the magic happen.
Shelley: Angie does that all by herself. I'm just here to assist. Should we go to your office, get to work on organizing it?
Angie: I already have some ideas.
Jesse: Hey, let me help you. Ok?
Angie: It's all right, baby. I got this.
Jesse: I'm sure you do, but I would love to walk you to your office.
Angie: I know you would, but I'm good.
Jesse: Yes, she is.
Jake: She told him.
Frankie: Yes, she did. Man, it looks like Mom is definitely at the top of her game.
Jake: What's the matter with you, though, Jesse? You look like you're lost or something.
Jesse: I just want her home where I can take care of her and make sure everything's ok.
Frankie: Everyone here is gonna be looking out for her, Dad. I'm at the top of the list.
Jesse: I know. It's just -- I don't know. We know each other so well, but I don't know what she needs, what she's feeling, because I'm not blind.
Jake: Or pregnant.
Frankie: Well, Mom's never been the type to put her feet up and be taken care of, but I'm with you. I wish she'd let us wrap her in bubble wrap until the baby was born.
Jesse: Yeah, you want to have that conversation with her?
Frankie: Hell to the no. Right.
Jesse: Can I borrow you for a couple of hours? I think I might have figured a way to get where Angela's coming from, but I'm gonna need your help.
Jake: Ok. Whatever you need.
J.R.: Asher and I were just going over some work.
Colby: I don't see any actual work.
Asher: We were just getting started.
Colby: Really? Because it looked like I walked into the middle of something hush-hush.
J.R.: It's just some boring I.T. issues.
Colby: Last time I asked you what was going on, you blew me off with a wad of cash.
J.R.: And this time I'm just gonna ask you nicely to leave.
Colby: Fine. You want me gone, and so does Annie.
J.R.: Wait a second. You were banned from the party, too?
Colby: Yes. But, like, I'd want to go.
Asher: We could crash. Right?
Colby: No. No. I can't believe you're ok with this. Annie's such a climber, it's actually embarrassing.
J.R.: If she wants to have her party, let her.
Colby: You are way too laid back about this. Whatever. I'll let you two get back to all that "work" that you have to do. Excuse me.
Asher: Your sister doesn't like being left out.
J.R.: Don't worry. She'll be in a much better mood tomorrow.
Asher: So the party's off-limits, but is there anything else I can do for you?
J.R.: Yeah. You stay out of trouble till I need you.
Asher: Whoa. Looking good.
J.R.: So you ready for your big night?
Annie: I need you out of here so the staff can get the room ready.
J.R.: The last thing I want to do is stand in your way.
Annie: Thank you.
J.R.: But you're gonna need to return the favor.
Annie: Have you heard from Marissa?
J.R.: Your little spat about the custody fight poured some serious gasoline on the fire.
Annie: I was just trying to help.
Annie: I don't know. I mean, we're family, right? Cousin-in-laws?
Annie: Tonight is a new beginning for me and Scott. I want everyone to be happy.
Caleb: The judge's primary consideration will be A.J.'s welfare. We have to prove that Junior is an unfit father. Tell me about his alcoholism.
Marissa: He hasn't had a drink in over a year.
Caleb: Every drunk is just one weak moment away from the bottle.
Marissa: J.R.'s drug of choice isn't alcohol anymore. It's power. He wants all of his company, all of yours, and he wants Scott's wife.
Caleb: I don't hear "being a good father" on that list.
Marissa: He will definitely use the fact that I'm not A.J.'s biological mother.
Caleb: But you are his legal mother?
Marissa: Yes. And I love him as much as if I gave birth to him. He knows that, and J.R. does, too.
Caleb: Or it could all just be a game. Hmm?
Caleb: When J.R. was sick and dying and completely dependent on you, you could've manipulated him into marrying you.
Marissa: No. I loved him.
Caleb: And there's a considerable amount of money that you could gain from that, and add to that a chunk for adopting his son. Poor kid is just a pawn in the game.
Marissa: No. That's so wrong.
Caleb: And it's exactly the kind of story that his lawyer could spin. Now, you've got to give me something to prove that he is a bad father. We both know what you have on J.R. The question is, are you willing to use it?
Frankie: I need you to have the department heads send their budget requirements for next fiscal year to me. I know it's not procedure, but, yeah, I'll take a look at the numbers, make some recommendations. All right. Great. Thanks.
Angie: That was chief-of-staff business.
Frankie: Well, you said it yourself. You need help reading documentation, so I thought I'd do some reading for you.
Angie: Departmental budgets are confidential. Now, you don't have authorization to look at those numbers.
Frankie: Maybe not. But you need help, and I have the time.
Angie: Frankie, listen. You cannot break hospital policy just because you're the chief of staff's son.
Frankie: So you're gonna write me up?
Angie: You overstepped. Now, if you're not going to listen to me, I have no choice. You will go before the disciplinary board.
Frankie: Are you kidding me?
Angie: Look, I am your superior, and you have repeatedly chosen to do exactly what I told you not to. You know what? Just get to work. And I expect to see you in my office at the end of your shift.
Jake: So you want to tell me why I'm here?
Jesse: You could be patient. I need to help my wife a little more than I am. I need to understand her more. I need to feel what she needs.
Jake: From where I'm standing, you're doing everything you can and more.
Jesse: I know. I'm trying. But I can't really help her -- I mean know what she's going through -- unless I go there myself. I need to go blind.
Colby: Hey, Asher?
Asher: I thought I heard someone following me.
Colby: So are you gonna tell me what's going on between you and my brother or am I gonna have to beat it out of you?
Asher: I'd like to see you try.
Colby: Fine. J.R. isn't the only strong one and tough one in this family. So what will be, dude?
Asher: I don't know, "dude." I wish I had a better story, but I work I.T. I run errands. That's it.
Colby: J.R. has lots of employees to do I.T. and run errands. I know what you do. I know. He hired you because he needs someone off the books, under the radar.
Asher: Or maybe just because I'm so brilliant and talented.
Colby: No. That's totally not it.
Colby: Look, listen. I just hope that you know what you're getting yourself into. And I've seen my brother like this before, trying to prove himself.
Asher: He's kind of a master of the universe. I mean, what does he have to prove?
Colby: My dad -- he laid a big trip on him.
Asher: Fathers can do that.
Colby: Yeah, but J.R. is always trying to prove that he's the most Chandler out of all of us. He's always fighting everything and everyone -- Caleb, Scott, even Marissa.
Asher: Wow. One big happy family. I guess I'm not missing too much by flying solo.
Colby: Even though my family -- they can be a pain and crazy intense -- I love them.
Asher: Yeah. Whatever. I've still got some work to do.
Colby: Excuse me, Asher. You still haven't told me what kind of work that you do.
Marissa: You're asking if I'm willing to tell the court that J.R. slept with his father's wife?
Caleb: It's your call. She still lives in the house, doesn't she?
Marissa: Yeah. So far. Oh, my God. Is the law always this fun?
Caleb: Oh, no. Don't let this spoil you.
Marissa: There is one other thing. It's, um, about me, actually. I slept with Scott. It was before they were married.
Caleb: But you were married to J.R.?
Marissa: Yeah. Yeah. It was a mistake. I thought that Annie and J.R. were together, and I --
Caleb: Listen. I want you to do yourself a huge favor. After I win this case for you, I want you to get as far away as you can from that family.
Annie: I want flow. I want the guests moving and mingling. I'll be busy circulating, so I won't have time to make sure all the appetizers are hot or the champagne glasses are full.
Woman: I'll take care of everything.
Annie: Great. Thank you. That's why I hired you. Let's see.
Emma: Mommy, look! These are for your party.
Annie: Did you pick these all by yourself?
Emma: Polly helped me.
Annie: Ohh, they are beautiful. Oh, and they smell good, too, just like you. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Ohh! Hey, are you all packed and ready to go for your dad's house? Yeah. I wish you could stay for the party, but I will tell you every detail when I pick you up tomorrow. Deal? Ha ha ha! Deal! Oh, did you see Mommy's dress? Isn't it pretty?
Emma: You look like a princess.
Annie: Aww! No, you're the princess -- Princess Emmaline.
J.R.: Talk to me. You're absolutely sure that Scott can't make it tonight? Perfect. How's it coming on the custody front? He hasn't practiced in 20 years. You should mop the floor with him. I'm aware of Caleb's reputation, and you're aware of mine.
Annie: Ohh. Why are you still here? My guests are gonna be arriving any minute.
J.R.: I was just on my way out.
Annie: Hold on. Um, have you talked to Scott?
J.R.: Why would Scott call me?
Annie: His plane should've landed by now, and I can't reach him on his cell phone.
J.R.: If there was a problem with the jet, I would've been notified. A storm's approaching. Maybe they were delayed.
Annie: He'll be here. He promised.
Maid: Mrs. Chandler, the reporter from "The Bulletin."
Woman: Kelley Brock. Nice to meet you. Mr. Chandler, I would love to interview you.
Annie: Oh, J.R. is just leaving, actually.
J.R.: This is Scott and Annie's event. It's guaranteed to be one of a kind. Unfortunately, I have prior commitments.
Kelley: No time for a fast quote?
Annie: You know what? J.R. already has plans that he's already late to, so -- isn't that right?
J.R.: Annie's right, yes. Enjoy.
Kelley: Looks like it's going to be quite the party.
Annie: Yes, the cream of Pine Valley is going to be here. Scott and I really pulled out all the stops. It's kind of like a coming-out party for us. See, we didn't have a big wedding reception, so this is kind of our opportunity to present ourselves as a real couple on the scene. Hee hee!
Kelley: Do you mind a few pictures?
Annie: Oh, no. Not at all. Please.
Kelley: Is your husband here? I'd love to get a shot with both of you.
Annie: He should be here any second.
Marissa: Hey, you. Hi. Nana says you've been drawing.
A.J.: Yep. A picture for you.
Marissa: Oh, wow. It will definitely get a special place on the fridge.
Krystal: He's becoming quite the artist.
Marissa: I can't wait to see it, A.J.
Colby: Ohh. Thank God -- normal people, happy people.
Krystal: Tough day?
Colby: Nothing a little hug from my little nephew can't cure. Oh, hey, buddy. Ooh! I'm all better already.
Krystal: Listen, why don't you go back in the back and finish that masterpiece, ok?
Krystal: All right.
Colby: So you wouldn't happen to have some extra ice cream laying around here? I'm gonna pay for it.
Krystal: No, I know, honey. You can have all the free ice cream you want. It's just --
Marissa: J.R. didn't tell you? I'm suing for primary custody of A.J.
Colby: Why would you want to take A.J. away?
Marissa: The house is poison, Colby. Even with you there to watch out for A.J., J.R. is so consumed with Chandler and his battles. I know that he loves our son, but from what I've seen, A.J. is just gonna end up as collateral damage.
Colby: Marissa, my mom and dad -- they went to war over me. I know that they loved me, but the fighting and the hate and the anger -- please do not do this to A.J.
Marissa: I have no other choice. I'm gonna go see if he's ready, ok?
Colby: [Sighs] This is really bad.
Krystal: Listen, Marissa would not hurt A.J. for the world, but she's got to get that kid out of the house.
Colby: How do I stop all the fighting? J.R., Scott, Annie -- it never ends.
Krystal: I know, but that's not your job.
Colby: I just wish that my dad would come back. He would fix all the craziness that's going on. I know he would.
Krystal: He brings his own kind of craziness.
Colby: I know. I miss him.
Krystal: I know you miss him, and I'm worried about you.
Colby: Me? Why are you worried about me?
Krystal: You still hanging around with that Asher Pike kid?
Colby: Yeah. I mean, he's friends with Damon and he's working for J.R. now.
Krystal: You know the kind of work that he's doing?
Krystal: Asher attacked Caleb, all right, knocked him out cold.
Colby: You're kidding.
Krystal: No. I wish I was. Honey, that Asher is trouble. Do yourself a favor and stay clear of him.
Woman's voice: Help! Please help me! Help! Please help me!
Caleb: Yeah? You sure? Junior strikes again.
Jesse: Ha ha! This is a lot harder than I thought it would be.
Jake: I think you're doing great.
Jesse: I'm destroying the place. You kidding me?
Jake: No, you're getting your sea legs.
Jesse: Really? "Sea legs," Jake?
Jake: No, I didn't mean it like that. It's just because --
Jesse: Damn it.
Jake: Ok, why don't you take a break?
Jesse: I'm not taking a break. Angela doesn't get to take a break. She doesn't get to take off a blindfold and all of a sudden everything is ok. I need to memorize every bit of this place. I need to do more than just hold her hand and tell her everything is gonna be ok. I need to know what she needs, Jake. I got it -- her spare cane. Her spare cane. Do you see it? It's under the counter.
Jake: I don't think it's a very good idea to be doing this inside the house.
Jesse: Well, that's why we're taking this bad boy outside.
Jake: We're doing what? No, I don't think that's a good idea.
Jesse: Oh, come on. You know I'm gonna do this with or without you.
Jake: I'll help you. I'll get the door, you take it easy. Go ahead. You're going in the perfectly right direction.
Shelley: It's your first day, Angie.
Angie: All right.
Shelley: Your son's here.
Angie: Oh. I should've known that.
Shelley: Mind reading is on tomorrow's schedule. I'll see you then?
Angie: Yeah. First thing.
Angie: Frankie, do you have a minute?
Angie: Thank you.
Frankie: For what?
Angie: Letting me do this myself. And I'm sorry about earlier.
Frankie: Inside these walls, we're doctor and chief of staff. You told me that a thousand times, but I can't turn off being your son when I clock in.
Angie: That's exactly what you need to do. But I overreacted. I guess I'm just afraid that people will feel sorry for me. I'm sorry.
Frankie: No, you don't have to apologize. I deserve it. So if you want to write me up, write me up.
Angie: I am not going to write you up. But next time, I will knock you upside the head with my cane.
Frankie: Well, lesson learned.
Angie: Sweetheart? You know, when you injured your hands, I helped you. But you were the one who had to find the strength, courage to use those hands again just to treat patient again. That's what I need to do. Can you understand that?
Krystal: If you're looking for A.J., Marissa took him home.
J.R.: I'm here to talk to you.
Krystal: Well, I'm sure it's not about a piece of pie.
J.R.: You need to speak with Marissa. This whole suing for primary custody is just crazy.
Krystal: I'm thinking not so much.
J.R.: I love A.J. and I would do anything for him. I've proven that in the past. You, Babe, and Jamie -- you tried to steal my son from me. You hid him. You lied to me about it. You took him out of state. That didn't work, did it?
Krystal: Considering that you tore up lives and nearly killed Jamie, I can't really say that it did. But I know this isn't a threat, right?
J.R.: I'm just suggesting there's no need to repeat history. Because I will do whatever it takes to keep my son. You know that I'm not afraid of drawing blood.
Krystal: Ooh. That does sound like a threat.
J.R.: Marissa fired the first shot. I'm just responding.
Krystal: You know what, J.R.? I really hate that it's come to this. But considering the fact that you use Chandler as a war ground, and then you go around doing whatever it is that you do with your cousin's wife? That's not the kind of atmosphere I want my grandson growing up in.
J.R.: A.J. is my priority.
Krystal: Oh, really? Just like you were your father's priority?
J.R.: You know, this is not gonna end well for anyone who crosses me. And I hope that your friend Caleb is worth it.
Annie: Where are you? This party started 30 minutes ago. Well, at least it should've, but nobody's here yet. Just call me as soon as you get this, please. You know people in Pine Valley -- they just love being fashionably late.
Maid: Mr. Caleb Cortlandt.
Annie: Caleb. Hey. I'm so glad you could make it.
Caleb: Hi. How you doing?
Annie: This is my party planner and reporter. Everybody else is on their way. They're just running a little bit late. That's how they do things in "polite society." Can I get you a drink?
Caleb: I need to talk to you. Alone?
Annie: Of course.
Annie: Uh, you are my first and only guest, so far, so please don't ruin this.
Caleb: Where's Scott?
Annie: I think his flight must've gotten delayed. I can't seem to get in touch with him.
Caleb: Scott's not gonna be the only no-show tonight.
Annie: What? No, Scott's gonna be here. Everyone's gonna be here.
Caleb: No. I don't think so. I just got a call from a Chandler board member. J.R. has put the word out that anybody who shows up at this party would regret it.
Annie: J.R. sabotaged my party?
Caleb: I'm afraid there's not gonna be any party. You tell Scott to give me a call, and you tell him to watch his back.
Kelley: Is it true? J.R. purposely ruined your party?
Annie: No, no, no. This was all a misunderstanding.
Kelley: A power play?
Kelley: And it looks like he won.
Annie: Do you mind? One second?
Kelley: I got my story.
Scott: It's me.
Annie: Where are you?
Scott: I'll tell you where the hell I am. I'm in Florida.
Scott: Pilot claims it was a mistake.
Annie: It was J.R. Oh, my God, Scott, he got to everyone on the list! No one is here, and no one is coming! My night and my life are ruined! Ohh.
Woman: Is there anything else --
Annie: Just go! Please, just get out.
Jesse: I got to tell you when I heard those tires skidding --
Jake: Oh, it's not funny. My whole life flashed before me. I thought it was over.
Jesse: Arrested that fool for endangering a pedestrian. Hey, hey.
Angie: What did we miss?
Jake: You have no idea. You want a beer?
Frankie: Thought you'd never ask.
Jake: Here you go.
Jesse: Watch your step. Come on. Here we go. So how was your first day back?
Angie: Well, let's see. I tripped Dr. Bynum with my cane, and I wound up in the men's restroom.
Jesse: Not terrible.
Angie: You know what? I almost wrote our son up for violating hospital policy when he tried to help me. Not my best moment.
Frankie: But it's over now, so -- she was amazing.
Angie: And now I get to wake up and do it all over again. I can't wait. How was your day?
Jesse: I -- I wanted to see what it was like for you being blind, so I had Jake blindfold me. And I worked over the entire place.
Jake: He means the place got worked over -- a couple of chairs. The couch suffered a bit.
Jesse: All right. All right. Then I took your cane, your spare cane, and I went outside, even crossed the street by myself.
Angie: You what?
Jesse: Yeah, yeah. It's a little disorienting -- the traffic, the horns, the thunder, phew -- I got to tell you, but I made it.
Angie: Wait a minute. The horns -- did you almost get hit?
Jesse: Yeah. It was just another learning experience. But you know what I learned? I learned the things that can scare the mess out of me don't even faze you. I mean, you are amazing. It's amazing what you do.
Angie: So are you. You crazy.
Caleb: [Catches Asher trying to break into Wildwind] You must have a death wish.
Annie: [Sobs] Agh! Aah! Ugh! [Cries] [Smashes vase against the door just as J.R. walks in]
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