All My Children Transcript Friday 10/15/10
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Annie: That's why you wanted to see me? To say good-bye?
Scott: I'm gonna be doing some prison time, Annie. Good-bye is part of the equation.
Annie: But is it -- are you -- saying good-bye to us?
Man: I've got the documents you need to look over.
Man: We can discuss it later.
Scott: There's not much to discuss, but thank you.
Annie: Who was that?
Scott: My lawyer.
Annie: But the company will provide you with a lawyer.
Scott: No, I'm doing this on my own. He's taking care of a couple of things for me, including our divorce.
J.R.: I need to know if Scott has said anything to the Feds about me. No, I can't worry about that right now. My son is --
Marissa: Safe. Your son is safe, because he's out of this house.
J.R.: If it's so dangerous, maybe it's a mistake for you to be here.
Jack: Ryan, I will do everything I can to make sure that you don't have to make a decision like that.
Kendall: What's going on? I know that look.
Tad: Ryan, have a word?
Woman: Excuse me.
Jake: How you doing?
Jesse: Court's in recess?
Greenlee: I'm fine. Yeah. Excuse me.
Bailiff: All rise! This court's now in session. Honorable Judge Miriam Cressman.
Judge: Be seated. Miss Colby, will you please call your first witness?
Liza: Yes, your honor. I would like to call Dr. Jake Martin to the stand.
Tad: All right, so how bad is it? What did I miss?
Ryan: Liza's opening statement made Greenlee look guilty as hell. How's our witness doing?
Tad: He's a pain in the ass. He's got me on a DVD run even as we speak. As it turns out, old Nick's not exactly into family entertainment, you know what I mean?
Ryan: Uh-huh. Well, just as long as he stays put until we need him. Once he testifies that he heard me say "Someone is gonna die tonight" like half an hour before Hayward keeled over, that'll be more than enough reasonable doubt to get Greenlee acquitted.
Tad: It'll be more than enough to get you the chair.
Ryan: Let's hope it doesn't come to that.
Bailiff: Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?
Jake: I do.
Bailiff: Be seated.
Liza: So, Dr. Martin, are you glad that David Hayward is dead?
Kendall: What was that all about?
Ryan: Tad and I have a lot of casino business to discuss.
Kendall: You're taking time away from Greenlee's murder trial to discuss casino security?
Ryan: Actually, I was about to head right back in --
Kendall: No, no. Not until you tell me what is going on.
Ryan: Why do you think something is going on?
Kendall: Because you're giving me that half-nonchalant, half-patronizing look. And Tad left you looking really worried. I don't want to hear another excuse, Ryan, because we know there's only one thing on your mind right now: Getting Greenlee an innocent verdict.
Ryan: Isn't that what we all want?
Kendall: But we all aren't willing to confess just to save her.
Jake: I wasn't a fan of David's, but I'm a doctor and I'm trained to save lives.
Liza: Mmm. When David collapsed at the party, you were among the first at his side?
Jake: Yes, I was.
Liza: And what did you observe?
Jake: When I first got to him, there was no breath, and there was no pulse. I tried to revive him, but he was already deceased.
Liza: And what did you believe to be the cause of death at that time?
Jake: From a cursory exam, the contusion suggested that he could have died from severe blows in a fight.
Liza: While you were examining him, was Mrs. Hayward there?
Liza: Mm-hmm. And what was her reaction?
Jake: Well, she was obviously very upset. Her husband just died.
Liza: She was upset. She was upset. I mean, was she crying? Did she throw herself over the body?
Liza: Withdrawn. So what happened next?
Jake: David was transported to PVH.
Liza: And I assume that Greenlee was in the ambulance with him while he was getting transported?
Liza: Dr. Martin.
Jake: Yeah, no.
Liza: No. Then someone gave her a ride to the hospital?
Jake: I don't know.
Liza: Ok, how long after David's body showed up at the hospital did Greenlee arrive?
Jake: I'm not really -- I don't know.
Liza: I mean, was it right away?
Liza: So, Greenlee's husband was just murdered, and she had something better to do than be by his side?
Judge: Sustained. Miss Colby, watch your tone.
Liza: So, when Greenlee did arrive at the hospital, did she say where she'd been or who she'd been with?
Kendall: What I'm trying to figure out is what Tad's involvement is in all of this, unless he's giving you some bit of evidence you can use to convince the jury that you're not making up your confession.
Ryan: That's a great story. That's something you should save for your next novel, all right?
Kendall: Well, you're not denying it, so obviously I'm on to something.
Ryan: What are you doing here? Are you trying to upset Greenlee? Do you know what she's going through in there?
Kendall: Me upset her? Are you kidding me? Do you have any idea what it'll do to her if you confess?
Ryan: [Sighs] Just don't tell her any of this, ok? Please? Please?
Kendall: That's great, Ryan. More secrets.
Ryan: Please? Just relax. Just calm down and let me handle this.
Kendall: No, no, no! I'm sick of all this crap. You want to save Greenlee, and she wants to save you. And once again, I'm stuck right in the damn middle of it. So now I'm supposed to choose between my best friend and the father of my son? Who would I rather see in jail?
Scott: It's over, Annie. It never even started.
Annie: How can you say that? I married you because I love you.
Scott: You loved the idea of us.
Annie: That's not true!
Scott: You saw the life that you wanted for you and Emma, and you went for it.
Annie: No, no. You mean so much to me. Your honesty and your kindness and your passion --
Scott: Annie. Annie, it is time for the lies to stop.
Annie: It's not a lie!
Scott: Ok, ok. A reality check then. You and J.R. --
Annie: Oh, I do not want to talk about J.R.
Scott: You and I -- we should have never happened. Because to make it work, we'd have to lie to ourselves about who we are and what we want. I am done with that. That is why I confessed. That is why I am in here. I need a fresh start, and so do you.
Annie: Ok, so we'll have a fresh start together.
Scott: What, in prison? You need to think about what's next for you and Emma.
Annie: What's next?
Scott: Yes, and I'll tell you what the first step is. Ok? You listen to me. You go home, you pack your things, and you get out of that house.
Annie: Are you really telling me to walk away?
Scott: No. I am telling you to run. I'm telling you to run as fast and as far as you can from this screwed-up family. It is your only chance.
Marissa: Are you threatening me?
J.R.: You took my son from me.
Marissa: It's a temporary court order.
J.R.: One day is too many.
Marissa: Yeah, too many to be here. With everything that's going on, did you have something to do with Scott being arrested?
J.R.: Hell, no. He stole Uncle Palmer's technology all by himself, and he confessed all by himself.
Marissa: Is he all right?
J.R.: He's in jail where he belongs.
Marissa: Poor Scott.
J.R.: To hell with Scott! You have no right to keep A.J. out of this house and then send Caleb over here to break the news to me?
Marissa: He's my attorney. I had another, but you stole him out from under me.
J.R.: So you stole my son.
Marissa: Our son!
J.R.: Caleb doesn't care about A.J. He doesn't care about you. He's after one thing: Getting his company back and doing as much damage to Chandler as possible.
Marissa: Ha ha! It is always the same with you. Everything is about you, your company. But just look at the trail of self-destruction -- our marriage, Scott. A.J. has to come first.
J.R.: You better believe I will do everything I can to get him back.
Marissa: Yeah, except for keep your hands off of Annie.
J.R.: Oh, I see! Payback.
Marissa: I am protecting A.J.
J.R.: No. This is personal. You know it. I miss my son.
Marissa: A.J. misses you, too. I know how important he is to you, but I have also learned that when you love something and feel threatened, you hold on even tighter. That's why I've been afraid that one of these days I'm gonna come to pick up A.J., and the gates will be locked.
J.R.: See, that's the difference between you and me. I would never do that.
Marissa: Yeah, well, you said that you'd never cheat on me either.
Marissa: Let's face it, J.R. Your idea of love is control. You can't stand to lose. Right now, you're losing everything.
J.R.: I will not lose to you, and I will not lose to Caleb.
Marissa: Because you'll just keep on fighting?
J.R.: That's right, fight to save this company, the company and this family.
Marissa: Well, if you're so high on family, are you planning on helping Scott?
J.R.: He's beyond help.
Marissa: The paper says that Scott confessed to acting alone when he stole Palmer's idea.
J.R.: Are you accusing me of something?
J.R.: Did Caleb send you over here to poke around. Or maybe you just can't accept the fact that Scott is not the sweet, clean guy that he claimed to be.
Marissa: So what happens to you now? What happens to your beloved Chandler? You leveraged the hell out of the company to buy Cortlandt.
J.R.: Scott leveraged it, and I'll be fine.
Marissa: You could lose Cortlandt. The whole company could start taking on water.
J.R.: And that makes you happy, doesn't it?
Marissa: No, of course not.
J.R.: That's A.J.'s inheritance. So you can call me selfish. You can call me a monster. Go right ahead. But I'm the only person that seems to care for his future, and I will do whatever it takes to secure it. You and Caleb --
Marissa: A.J.'s future is about more than power and money. Is yours?
J.R.: Marissa, wait.
Marissa: No, I am done.
J.R.: You heard?
Tad: I certainly hope that's not your idea of winning her back. 'Cause if it is, your technique sucks.
Scott: Annie, stop this. See the truth. That place is poison. Get out! Get out now -- both for your sake and for your daughter's.
Annie: Where am I supposed to go, Scott? I don't have any money. Everything's frozen.
Scott: Hey, I didn't say it was gonna be easy. But Annie, this is your last chance to break free. Take it.
Officer: Time's up, Mrs. Chandler.
Annie: You are the last person in the world I wanted to hurt. You were the only real person that understood me, and you have given me so much. I am so, so sorry. I wish there was something I could do to make it up to you.
Scott: If you mean that, you'll do what I say.
Annie: Ok, I'll -- I'll do it. I'll leave the house.
Ryan: Nobody is asking you to choose which one of us goes to jail, ok?
Kendall: Well, what would you call it? I could let you go along with your plan and throw your life away, or I can tell Greenlee about your plan, so that she could stop you and send herself to prison. That's a wonderful choice. Great choices.
Ryan: The goal is that neither of us go to prison. And if you just keep quiet about this --
Kendall: Oh, my God, I am so sick and tired of keeping all of these secrets. I want to march in there right now and tell Jesse and Liza and anyone who will listen everything I know about everything. I just want to get it all out in the open and let the chips fall where they may. Maybe then you and Greenlee can finally be honest with each other and stop torturing all of us.
Ryan: Hold on a second. Back up. What is Greenlee not being honest about with me?
Liza: What is your take on Greenlee's marriage to the deceased?
Jake: My take?
Liza: You were against it from the start, weren't you?
Liza: Because you felt that he was manipulating her, correct?
Jake: Well, David saved Greenlee's life. But sometimes people confuse gratitude with love.
Liza: But Greenlee became unconfused. She wanted out of the marriage.
Jake: I don't know that for sure.
Liza: She was desperate.
Jack: Your honor --
Liza: Sorry again. You don't believe that Greenlee ever loved the deceased, especially not at the end, correct?
Liza: Withdrawn. No further questions.
Jack: You know, I should thank the D.A. for bringing up a very important point here, and that is your relationship with Dr. Hayward -- the acrimony, the desperation, the rage, but I don't think the D.A. went far enough.
J.R.: I'm not trying to get Marissa back. She got a court order for full custody of A.J. until we settle this. It completely blindsided me.
Tad: Why on earth would she feel the need to do something like that?
J.R.: You're on her side, aren't you?
Tad: No, I'm not on anybody's side. I'm just concerned about A.J.
J.R.: Well, sometimes you have to choose.
Tad: No, J.R. Sometimes you gotta stand back and look what's staring you square in the face. You're in trouble. That woman -- I don't know what happened, but she loves you. She cares about you. If there's even a single chance of you saving your marriage --
J.R.: No, it's over! It's over, trust me.
Tad: Because of Annie, isn't it? You did it again.
J.R.: It caused the chain reaction. Marissa is on a warpath. Scott and Annie, they're done.
Tad: And when he realized his marriage had blown up, he admitted to stealing from Palmer.
J.R.: Choir boy's idea of redemption, I guess. It's either that, or he's trying to take down to Chandler to get back at me.
Tad: Huh. Well -- at least you and Annie aren't on the front page of the paper. I guess that's something to be grateful for. Were you some kind of an item?
J.R.: No. Too busy battling for my son and saving this company.
Tad: "Battling." J.R., nobody knows how much it hurts to lose a child more than me. It's a kick in the gut, but right now maybe battling isn't your best choice.
J.R.: Well, what am I supposed to do, roll over?
Tad: No, but your mother and I did a fair amount of battling ourselves. You remember what that felt like?
J.R.: Marissa took my son from me.
Tad: Yeah. Maybe. For now. Just for now. But you gotta stop. You gotta think. You know, she's -- at least in the interim, your son is gonna be well taken care of. He's gonna be ok. He's gonna be loved. But whatever else she is, Marissa isn't vindictive. She's not out for vengeance. She's not out to punish J.R. Chandler. She's simply trying to protect A.J.
J.R.: He doesn't need protecting, not from his own father.
Tad: Well, if that's the case, then prove it. Prove it to her. And yourself. Instead of chasing her out of here, screaming about revenge or whatever the hell I walked in on, prove to her she's got nothing to worry about. Let her know that no matter what, you love A.J. enough to work out some kind of peaceful, amicable arrangement for raising him together.
J.R.: Is this where you tell me for the 15th time that I'm acting just like my father?
Tad: I shouldn't have to. You're not your father, and you don't have to be. Remember that.
J.R.: As much as I'd like to stay for this lecture, I have a court order to overturn and a company to save.
Ryan: Does Greenlee have some kind of plan to make sure that I'm not implicated in David's murder?
Kendall: No. No. Why would you even think that?
Ryan: Because you were just freaking out, and you just said something about both of us keeping secrets.
Kendall: Because I'm just -- I don't know. I have no idea what to say lately. I just don't want to see another friend of mine get arrested. Plus, I have to go in there and testify, too, so excuse me if I'm sick and tired of watching every single word that comes out of my mouth. It's not exactly my best event.
Ryan: There's something more here.
Kendall: You want to know what I'm really upset about and what more there is to this? My marriage. It's probably falling apart, if it hasn't already, because of all the secrets that I've kept from my husband.
Ryan: And that's it?
Kendall: Isn't that enough? My God, Ryan, the only two people in this world who love each other as much as Zach and I do and screw it up even more are you and that defendant in there. And I don't want to hear another word about Madison North.
Ryan: Hey, if our mess is still hurting your marriage, then go. I'm serious. I won't ask you for another thing. Please go. Go to the kids. Go to Fusion. Just live your life.
Jack: Is it true David Hayward blackmailed your wife to have a relationship with him?
Jack: And that he forced you to hide your own child?
Jack: And that when you and your wife wanted to renew your vows, the night before the ceremony, you were arrested for brawling with him.
Jack: How did you feel about David Hayward?
Jake: I hated him, and he hated me. Ask anyone.
Jack: If I were to ask anyone, would anyone respond that they had heard you say you wished David Hayward was dead?
Jake: I don't think you'd have a problem finding a witness telling you that at all.
Jack: Thank you, Dr. Martin. No further questions.
Liza: So, these witnesses that the defense is referring to, the ones that could testify to your hatred for the deceased. Many of them were at the party.
Jake: Yeah, they were all at the party. You were at the party.
Liza: Yes, and I remember seeing you very occupied that night. But if I were to question any one of these witnesses, could they say that you were absent long enough to, let's say, kill David Hayward?
Jake: I don't know.
Liza: Did you kill David Hayward?
Jake: No, I didn't.
Liza: No further questions.
Judge: Before we continue, I'd like a sidebar with attorneys, please.
[Cell phone buzzes]
Kendall: No, no. You trying to make a break for it?
Greenlee: I need to talk to Ryan.
Kendall: No, no. I thought the plan was to stay away from him, so you wouldn't look guilty to the jurors.
Greenlee: He and my father were talking. They're up to something, and I need to stop him.
Kendall: Ok, Greenlee, it could be anything, ok? What is it? Something more than making him look guilty?
Greenlee: I heard my father tell Ryan he wouldn't let him make a decision like that.
Kendall: Ok, right now, I think you need to focus on taking care of yourself.
Greenlee: If it's anything close to what I'm thinking, I have to get to Ryan and stop him.
Marissa: Stealing from Palmer was your idea?
Scott: Yep. Yeah.
Marissa: And J.R. and Annie didn't have a clue?
Scott: I'm doing what I have to do.
Marissa: Throwing yourself in front of the firing squad for them?
Scott: No. No, Marissa. I am not out to be a martyr. I stole those plans to impress Annie because I -- I don't know. I just -- I didn't think I was good enough the way I was.
Marissa: Not good enough for Annie? Do you know how crazy that sounds? You are such a good person, Scott.
Scott: No, no, I'm not, but I'm working on it. Be a man my father would be proud of.
Marissa: Stuart would be very proud of you.
Scott: Thank you.
Marissa: You're not alone.
Scott: That means a lot.
Marissa: I'll come visit. I'll send care packages.
Scott: Of course, you will. Ha ha! I'm sorry, Marissa. I'm sorry you got caught up in all this mess.
Marissa: We never belonged to that house, did we?
Scott: No, no, we didn't.
Scott: No. No, in another life, we would have met somewhere far away from Chandler. A little town on a lake.
Marissa: Like the one in Stuart's painting, the one in the gatehouse.
Scott: Yeah, yeah, that's the one. Nice thought.
Marissa: [Sighs] If you need anything -- I'm a lawyer now, you know.
Scott: [Chuckles] You promise me one thing, ok?
Scott: You take care of that little boy. You were right to get A.J. out of that house.
Scott: He has a chance, but only if you give it to him.
J.R.: Marissa doesn't need your advice on how to raise my son.
Annie: Our bank accounts are frozen? Credit cards, too? Damn it.
Liza: You were on the scene when the deceased collapsed?
Jesse: I was.
Liza: What did you observe?
Jesse: David Hayward had been beaten --
Greenlee: What's going on? What are you planning?
Jesse: Because he and Ryan Lavery had a fight.
Liza: And you assumed that this was the cause of death?
Jesse: It was assumed.
Liza: And you arrested Ryan Lavery?
Jesse: He actually came forward, even though he couldn't remember the fight.
Ryan's voice: I made the biggest mistake of my life the night of our wedding. I should never have let you get on that motorcycle, but I did. And I will never forgive myself for that, for that and -- for everything you had to go through. I didn't save you that night. Let me save you now.
Greenlee's voice: David's gone.
Liza: So, once it was ruled that David Hayward died of a lethal dose of digitalis, the charges against Ryan Lavery were dropped, correct?
Jesse: Correct. There was nothing to link Ryan to the drug.
Liza: Digitalis. And a drug that a former heart surgeon could have kept in his home, a home that was shared by the defendant.
Jesse: I couldn't testify as to where the drug actually came from.
Liza: No, I understand, but you did find a vial with traces of the digitalis.
Jesse: I did.
Liza: Mm-hmm. Can you please tell the jury where you found this vial?
Jesse: In the defendant's car.
Liza: Now, at one point, the police briefly entertained a suicide theory. Can you please tell the jury why?
Jesse: I found letters in David's room that suggested he might have killed himself.
Liza: Letters that were later proven to be forgeries, correct?
Liza: Mm-hmm. And by your department's analysis, who forged the dead man's signature?
Jesse: The defendant.
Liza: So, clearly, this was designed to steer the investigation away from the real killer.
Jesse: Or to give the people left behind a little peace.
Liza: Are you saying that Greenlee was so compassionate that she felt that it would be easier for the people left behind by writing these letters?
Jesse: It's possible.
Liza: Well, then, why did she write herself one?
Jesse: You'd have to ask her that yourself.
Liza: And these letters that were written -- one to the estranged daughter of David Hayward and Amanda Martin -- these people weren't exactly close to the defendant.
Jesse: Not particularly.
Liza: So you're saying that Mrs. Hayward risked introducing false evidence into a murder investigation just to make things a little easier for people that she wasn't even close with?
Jack: Objection. Calls for speculation.
Liza: Do you think that suicide is still a possibility? Chief Hubbard.
Jesse: I don't think it's likely.
Liza: And why is that?
Jesse: Because Dr. David Hayward enjoyed torturing people way too much to kill himself.
Liza: Your witness.
Jack: How many years have you served as police chief?
Jack: Do you have any doubt as to the guilt of the defendant?
Jack: Your honor, Chief Hubbard was the arresting officer in this case. I just want to see how convinced he is that he arrested the right person.
Judge: Why don't you proceed, Mr. Montgomery.
Jack: Thank you. Let me ask you this. Because you did arrest my client, that doesn't automatically make her guilty, now, does it?
Jesse: Well, if it did, there'd be no reason for a trial.
Jack: Chief Hubbard, would you be so kind as to identify these for the court?
Jesse: Yeah, these are interviews and background checks on everybody that was at the party the night that David Hayward died.
Jack: Now, in reviewing these, I noticed that some of the people, including employees of the club, have arrest records. Now, did you investigate them besides the initial questioning?
Jesse: No, we did not.
Jack: Why was that?
Jesse: Before the autopsy results came in, we thought that Ryan Lavery was our man. Soon after, the cause of death was determined to be digitalis. We arrested Mrs. Hayward based on additional evidence.
Jack: So the investigation of all these possible suspects was just dropped.
Jesse: Yes, they were because nobody else was really considered a serious suspect.
Jack: So, let me see if I got this right. You arrest my client on circumstantial evidence, then the D.A. begins to build her case. Chief Hubbard, is it possible that perhaps there was a rush to judgment here?
Jesse: We are not infallible.
Jack: Thank you. I have no further questions.
Scott: Who the hell let you in here?
J.R.: I just told 'em I was worried about my cousin, just like you're worried about my son.
Marissa: Let it go, J.R. You should leave.
Scott: No, no. Actually, we got a couple of things we need to clear up.
Marissa: When will I see you again?
Scott: Probably not for a while.
Marissa: Call when you can. Let me know when I can come visit.
Scott: Ah, you don't have to do that.
Marissa: I want to.
Scott: Take care of A.J. Think about what I said.
Marissa: I will. Take care of yourself.
J.R.: Trying to drag Marissa down with you?
Scott: No. Trying to keep you from dragging her down.
J.R.: I heard you hired a lawyer. Let me guess. He advised you to do everything you can to keep you out of prison, including rolling over on anyone involved.
Scott: That was the first thing out of his mouth.
J.R.: Uh-huh. So what are you gonna tell him about me, that I helped you cover up your lies? Or maybe he's gonna try to pin this whole thing on me.
Scott: You know what your problem is? You think everybody's like you.
J.R.: Going to prison today.
Scott: Two years. Eligible for parole in one. Best deal I could get.
J.R.: And your official statement is --
Scott: That I acted alone. Wow. How naive was I when I came back to town. You remember that? I was gonna show this family a better way -- how to live, how to run the business. Right? And then I just -- I got sucked into it all, all the things that make this family so special. Bigger, better, more. Whatever it takes, right? That's the motto, isn't it?
J.R.: You forgot our other motto. Don't get caught.
Scott: Yeah. I think I'm beginning to look forward to prison. I'll meet a better class of people. You know, despite everything, I don't hate you. You are who you were raised to be.
J.R.: I don't need your forgiveness.
Scott: Who said anything about forgiveness? I made mistakes, and I'm willing to pay for them. Are you willing to pay for yours?
Scott: No. Then you'll just make things worse, you know that, for A.J., Marissa, Colby, and most of all for yourself.
J.R.: Tell yourself whatever makes you feel better. While you're locked away feeling all righteous and proud of yourself, I'll actually have a life. I'll get my son back, and I will save the company that you put in jeopardy.
Scott: What about Annie?
J.R.: What about her?
Scott: You go after her, it'll cost you.
J.R.: Life lessons from a felon. I think I'll pass.
Scott: Caleb will use it. You'll lose your case. It's kind of ironic, really.
Scott: Now that Annie's free to be with you, you can't be with her, or you'll lose your son.
Officer: Time's up. We'll transfer the prisoner.
J.R.: We're not done.
Scott: We're done.
Officer: Let's go. Hands behind your back.
Annie: Collateral? I don't have any -- but I need this loan. I'll sign whatever I have to sign.
J.R.: Colby, it's me. Call me when you get this. We have to talk about Scott.
Greenlee: They're looking at me like I'm guilty.
Jack: That's about to change.
Judge: At this time, I'd like to take a 5-minute recess. [Bangs gavel]
Bailiff: All rise!
Damon: Anything you need me to do?
Liza: No, I think we've got this under control. Will you hold down the fort? I gotta make a phone call.
Jack: Where are you going?
Greenlee: I just -- I need a few minutes. Talk to me.
Ryan: How are you holding up?
Greenlee: I'm fine. I'm great. I'm fabulous. You're the one I'm concerned about.
Ryan: Look, maybe we should do this later.
Greenlee: I saw you and my father talking. I know what you're doing, and I'm not gonna let you do it.
Ryan: This is not the place.
Greenlee: Yes, it is. You're gonna take the fall for me.
Ryan: Stop. Greenlee.
Greenlee: No, I'm not gonna stop. I'm not gonna be put off. I've been put off for too long. So much has been put off.
Ryan: Look, the focus needs to be on saving you right now, ok? Just forget about everything else.
Greenlee: I can't. Can you?
Ryan: I'm doing what has to be done, all right? Why can't you understand --
Greenlee: I'm not letting you make some false confession to murder all for me.
Ryan: End of discussion.
Greenlee: No, Ryan. I'm telling you, I'm not gonna --
[Ryan grabs Greenlee and kisses her]
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