All My Children Transcript Friday 12/3/10
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Annie: I can't believe this, you and me waking up together for the first time.
J.R.: You're smiling.
Annie: I'm happy. Usually after, I'm not. It's --
J.R.: It's different now.
Annie: Yeah. No shame, no guilt, no broken vows, just happy.
Annie: Last night --
J.R.: I'm glad we didn't fight it, either. It was --
J.R.: Yeah, and I dreamt about this.
Annie: Hmm, and what happened in your dream?
Annie: Mm. Mm. [Giggles]
Colby: J.R., you home? No. You're in D.C. for work.
Asher: Looks like it's just us.
Caleb: The SEC is expecting that fax today.
Marissa: Oh, the affidavits from Cortlandt execs? I have them in my bag.
Bianca: What is this?
Caleb: What's what?
Bianca: This. You wrote a letter to the judge? You're no longer representing my mother? Are you deserting her?
Caleb: Jack asked me to stand in for him at your mother's bail hearing. I got her released on her own recognizance.
Bianca: She could still be charged with attempted murder.
Caleb: Won't happen.
Bianca: But what if it does happen? Look. I don't understand. My mother is in trouble, and you have no problem walking away?
Caleb: Jack is gonna be reinstated. Your mother doesn't need me anymore.
Liza: Now, I would not call it a rookie mistake.
Reporter: Well, you prosecuted someone for murder, and it turned out there wasn't even a victim.
Liza: Well, we had legitimate reason to bring Greenlee Hayward to trial. Now, we regret the outcome, but we make no apologies.
Reporter: What do you say to people who think you're in over your head as D.A.?
Liza: Well, I would assure them that there is nobody more committed to this job than I am, nobody who is more committed to the pursuit of justice. We will go after these perpetrators.
Reporter: These perpetrators or just some?
Liza: Ok. If you are insinuating that my office can't handle the David Hayward shootings professionally, let me disabuse you of that right now. We will not tolerate vigilante justice, no matter the victim or the perpetrators.
Erica: Hey, what -- what are you doing?
Jack: Saving you from yourself.
Erica: Did you hear what Liza was saying?
Jack: Yes. I did, and I had the very same instinct you did, to go let her have it, but that would have been a bad idea.
Erica: Jack, the only bad idea is that Liza is defending David Hayward again. She's making him sound like some sort of an innocent victim.
Jack: Honey, you're not wrong, but your timing is terrible. She is about to decide whether she's going to press charges against you now, so picking a fight with her in front of the media -- not good.
Erica: Well, Liza is the one who would've come off badly, not me. I saved Ryan's life. I intervened just in time. Since when is that vigilante justice?
Liza: When I only have part of the story, Erica, yours and Ryan's. The other part is in a coma couple doors down.
Jack: Liza, this is a privileged conversation.
Liza: Your license was suspended. I'm afraid it's not.
Erica: You don't honestly think you have a legitimate case against me.
Liza: I actually have a very good case against you.
Erica: I think you should save yourself some further humiliation. You should drop it.
Liza: Why, because a murder charge would get in the way of holiday plans or --
Erica: The only plan that I have is to spend time with my daughter Kendall, who just lost her husband.
Liza: You should call Caleb. We should discuss this case.
Jack: What is there to discuss, Liza? Ryan corroborated Erica's story. Hayward hit that roof with a loaded weapon.
Erica: When I arrived, they were fighting at the edge of the rail. The gun must have dropped. Then David had Ryan, just about to push him over the edge.
Liza: So you picked up the gun, and you shot him.
Erica: Should I have waited for David to kill Ryan?
Liza: You could've called out to David. You could've warned him. You could've shot the gun into the air, but you didn't. You pulled the trigger, and you shot an unarmed man in the back.
Erica: To save another man's life.
Liza: If that is not vigilante justice, I don't know what is.
Bianca: I can't believe you're bailing on my mother.
Caleb: I'm not bailing on anybody. I was asked to do a job, and I did it.
Bianca: But don't you want to see this through?
Caleb: No. I don't. It's best to keep things simple and separate.
Bianca: What if her case goes to trial?
Caleb: Then she has a good lawyer in Jack.
Bianca: But if he can't be there for her, I want you standing up for Mom.
Caleb: What are you staring at? I have a hole in my shirt?
Marissa: No. I'm sorry. I was just thinking about how busy you've become since you came to Pine Valley.
Bianca: Yeah. For a guy who wanted to ditch town so badly, he sure has a lot of people who count on him.
Marissa: Yeah. He settled in pretty nicely, I'd say.
Caleb: I like the burgers at Krystal's. You guys aren't so bad.
Marissa: Ah, you hear that. He likes us!
Bianca: Oh, are we ruining your rep -- hating people, hating kids?
Marissa: Yeah, and they hate you.
Bianca: Oh, especially Miranda.
Marissa: Mm-hmm. This town is terrible. There's no work for lawyers.
Bianca: No job opportunities.
Marissa: No. No nice families.
Bianca: Roomies are horrible.
Caleb: This is all your fault. [Pointing to Palmer's portrait]
[Cell phone ringing]
Marissa: Oh, excuse me.
Bianca: Mm-hmm. So get a chance to talk to Asher lately?
Caleb: No. Why?
Bianca: We were talking about Pine Valley and all your reasons to stay.
Asher: Didn't mean to sneak up on you like that.
Colby: No. That's ok. Why are you all sweaty?
Asher: I just worked out over in the east wing. Got to get this leg back in shape.
Colby: The east wing? But there a gym right downstairs.
Asher: Yeah, but the other one is always empty, and the equipment is way better, you know? Don't get why you guys never use it.
Colby: Oh, well, it's for guests. I mean, I don't think I've ever been in there before.
Asher: We should check it out, maybe tomorrow morning.
Colby: No. I have this neck thing. It really hurts badly.
Asher: I hate that.
Asher: Oh, where does it hurt?
Colby: Oh, no. No. No, no. That's ok.
Asher: I was just trying to help.
Colby: No. I know, Asher, but we need to set ground rules.
Asher: Is this about that kiss thing?
Colby: No. I've totally forgotten about the kiss, totally. I -- well, I just don't -- I don't want things to get weird between us.
Asher: I thought we were friends.
Colby: Yeah. We are friends.
Asher: Then why would things get weird?
Colby: Look, Asher. You and Damon, you are friends, and me and Damon, we are boyfriend and girlfriend, ok? So if I'm gonna go workout at the gym, it's gonna be with Damon, and if I'm gonna go for dinner, I'm gonna go with Damon, mm-hmm, and look. J.R., he invited you to live here, which is fine, but this is a very, very big house, and there is no reason for us to be around each other all the time.
Asher: Hey, you're the boss.
J.R.: When I walked out of here, I knew I was never gonna be able to sleep in another room, another bed when you're so close to me.
Annie: Mm-hmm. When you opened the door, and you were standing there --
J.R.: I'm lucky to be alive. I didn't want to take any of that for granted, so I had to. I had to come over here, had to be with you, had to show you how I feel.
Annie: Yeah. You make me believe that it's real. Waking up with you, I feel like it never has to end.
J.R.: Does it?
[Cell phone ringing]
Annie: Mm. No.
J.R.: I'll get rid of them.
Annie: Ha ha!
J.R.: Yeah? A.J., is everything ok?
A.J.: I miss you, Daddy. When are you coming home?
J.R.: I miss you, too, buddy. I'm sorry I wasn't there to tuck you in last night.
A.J.: I had a bad dream about Grandpa David.
J.R.: Well, it's just a dream, and I'm gonna be home real soon, and I'm bringing you an awesome gift.
A.J.: Like a rocket ship?
J.R.: Something like that.
A.J.: Love you, Daddy.
J.R.: I love you, too. Hey, where you going?
Annie: I have to get ready.
J.R.: Wait, wait, wait, wait. A.J. had a nightmare.
Annie: I understand, J.R. Nightmares, dreams, they don't last. You eventually wake up.
J.R.: No, but you know that I --
Annie: Stop, please. We have a huge meeting with the SEC. We have to go get ready.
Asher: Yo, A.J., high five.
A.J.: My dad is bringing me a rocket ship.
Asher: Nice. Are we gonna finish that game of checkers later?
Asher: And then I'll teach you how to play blackjack.
Asher: One more, down low.
Colby's voice: Ha ha ha!
Asher's voice: Tears are tears, right? You.
Colby's voice: Yeah. Yeah. It's me -- Colby. I'm right here.
Asher's voice: Colby.
Colby's voice: Yeah.
Caleb: I already told you, it's better this way.
Bianca: Your own son hating you, that's better?
Caleb: The kid needs somebody to hate. I'm ok with that.
Bianca: I still think you should talk to him.
Caleb: The kid doesn't want to talk. I can't make him talk.
Bianca: Did you tell him about Adam Chandler, what he did to you?
Caleb: No, and I'm not gonna do that.
Bianca: Ok. I know I don't know the whole story, but the way you talk about Sonia, it sounds like you loved her, no matter what mistakes she made with Adam. It seems like you could present the story in a way that would not make him hate his mother. Oh, God, I don't mean to upset you. I just think Asher is starting to see that the story isn't as simple as he thought it was.
Caleb: And what makes you think that?
Bianca: Well, after he told you he was your son, he could've left, but he didn't. Why do you suppose that is? Say good-bye to Marissa for me.
Caleb: Who was that?
Marissa: One of our contacts at the SEC calling to give us a heads-up. Guess J.R. flew to Washington yesterday to do some lobbying with some of the bigwigs.
Caleb: Let me guess. He didn't go alone.
Erica: Who in their right mind would call this vigilante justice?
Liza: You took the law into your own hands.
Erica: To save another man's life. I acted on instinct, Liza -- basic, human, decent instinct -- the same as any other decent human being would.
Liza: A jury might not see it that way.
Erica: A jury? So you already have me on trial.
Liza: Unless David wakes up, I have no proof that you needed to shoot that gun.
Jack: Oh, Liza, if you go through with this, you are going to end up even more of a laughingstock than you are now. You are gonna ruin your career.
Liza: I'm not one of your minions, Erica. You cannot just swat me away.
Erica: Oh --
Jack: Look. Don't let her get to you. She's just trying to soften you up so that if she does bring charges, you'll roll over and take a plea deal.
Erica: You know, when Greenlee and Ryan called us and told us that they had evidence that would clear her, I just imagined that this would all be in the past, all our troubles behind us.
Jack: I know, I know. We thought we were gonna leave the courtroom after Greenlee's trial and go get our marriage license, didn't we? Hmm, yeah.
Erica: Now we can't even focus on our wedding at all.
Jack: You know, maybe we should postpone it, huh?
Erica: I don't want to postpone it. I want this to all go away.
Jack: Ok. Then let's go see Caleb. Let's discuss our options.
Erica: All right, but just not right at this minute, because I just have to clear my head.
Jack: Ok. Care to tell me where you're headed to?
Erica: Oh, someplace peaceful, someplace where I can just concentrate on how very, very beautiful our wedding is gonna be.
Annie: The way they were talking, Chandler definitely has a good shot of holding onto Cortlandt, absolutely.
J.R.: Thank you.
Annie: Well, you're welcome. Whoa. Your son needs you.
J.R.: No. I called him from the car. He's great.
Annie: You should get packing. You should get home as soon as possible.
J.R.: What, and back to life the way it was?
Annie: Last night, this morning, it was incredible, but you and me doing this, pretending we're a real couple, it's a fantasy.
J.R.: That's not what you said before.
Annie: Well, I was wrapped up in the moment, the freedom of thinking that there were no damages and no repercussions. It was magic, but it has to stop, at least until you finish this custody fight for A.J., we have to play by the rules.
J.R.: Even if we hate them? All right. I'll go back.
Annie: What's wrong?
J.R.: Everything. Leaving like this, that's giving up, and I don't want to give you up, Annie.
Marissa: Of course, J.R. is with Annie. He pretends like there's nothing going on between them because he thinks it'll help him get custody of A.J.
Caleb: It's not gonna happen.
Marissa: He says they went there on business.
Caleb: Obvious cover.
Marissa: Yeah. I can't believe he took her to Washington, D.C. You know, that's where they were when J.R. first cheated on me.
Caleb: And you're surprised that he has no shame.
Marissa: God, when I first met him, he was so different. He was this complete other person. He was gentle, thoughtful, caring. When I see him now, it's hard to believe that he's the same man. Hey, do you mind if I take a few hours off? I was thinking about going to visit David, see how he's doing.
Caleb: That's a break?
Marissa: Yeah. I know. From one disastrous relationship to another. Aside from DNA, I have no connection to him, so don't ask me why I feel obligated to visit, but I do.
Caleb: Go ahead. Take as much time as you need.
Marissa: Thank you. Hey, you know, I've been let down by a lot of men in my life, but not all of them.
Asher: Hey, what's up, man? I didn't know you'd be here.
Damon: Yeah, I should be picking up some papers for Liza, but I had to stop and see my girl first. You want Colby, right?
Damon: Colby -- you wanted her for something? You were just calling her name.
Asher: Oh, yeah. I was headed out, you know, and her neck's been sore lately, she told me, so I figured I could maybe pick up something from the pharmacy.
Damon: You didn't tell me your neck was bothering you.
Colby: No, it's fine now.
Damon: Want some help with that?
Colby: Yeah, thanks.
Asher: Later, guys.
Damon: You know what I'd like to do to that guy?
Colby: Damon, I don't want to talk about Asher, ok? All right? I just -- I want to talk about us.
Colby: I miss you so much.
Damon: I know. I miss you, too. I'm sorry. Work has been insane lately. But it means a lot of overtime. I see a very swanky dinner in our near future.
Colby: What about maybe breakfast in bed, hmm?
Damon: I can't. I have to grab those papers and go down to the courthouse.
Colby: Well, why don't you just call in sick then?
Damon: Yeah, Liza really needs me today.
Colby: What? You know, maybe you should start thinking about what I need. Oh.
Caleb: Hmm. Hey, Dorothy.
Erica: What are you doing here?
Caleb: I just came to say good-bye.
Caleb: Yeah, to the case. I filled in for Jackson, did my job.
Erica: I'm sorry, I don't understand. I just ran into Liza Colby at the hospital. She is hell-bent on putting me on trial.
Caleb: Sounds like she's making this personal.
Erica: She is. She definitely is. I think all she has is desperation and a clinging ambition.
Caleb: Ok. Show me.
Erica: Excuse me?
Caleb: Show me where you were standing when it happened.
Erica: I thought you just said that you were saying good-bye to this case.
Caleb: If you want me to go after Liza, I need to know every detail of what happened. Where were you? Where were you standing? Where were they standing?
Erica: Look, I didn't come here for this.
Caleb: Do you want me to help you? Show me.
Caleb: Do you want me to stop Liza?
Erica: Of course.
Caleb: Ok, then show me where you were.
Erica: All right, I -- I was here.
Caleb: And where were they?
Erica: Well, when I arrived here on the roof, they were fighting right there -- right where you're standing. Right there, right at the edge.
Caleb: All right.
Erica: And the gun was at my feet, so I just picked it up and I shot David before he could push Ryan over the edge.
Caleb: And where did David go down?
Erica: Right -- right over here.
Caleb: Be more specific. Exactly where did he go down?
Caleb: All right. And you were over here? When you fired the gun, you were here?
Erica: Look, I -- I -- I didn't know what -- I didn't think, I just knew that I couldn't let David kill Ryan.
Caleb: Did you aim the gun, or did you just --
Erica: I don't know, I don't know. I just -- I just shot. I mean, it happened so fast. Look, none of this has anything to do with Liza Colby's --
Caleb: It has everything to do with how Liza Colby thinks and what's going on inside of her head. If I'm going to stop her, I have to know what she is thinking if I am going to defend you.
Erica: I don't need a defense. I told the police what I did and why I did it. That really should have been enough defense. That's a legitimate defense. It should have ended everything. But with a D.A. like Liza Colby, who's been publicly humiliated, who needs to win one, especially this one -- I don't know -- maybe we should just give it to her, you know, just agree to some minor kind of a charge that we can all agree to live with, but no jail time. I need to be with my daughter.
Caleb: Nice. So you're just going to give up?
Erica: Of course not. I'm not giving up. I'm just trying to get my life back. I need to focus on my family now. I need to plan my wedding.
Caleb: Good luck.
Erica: Where are you going?
Caleb: You want somebody to roll over for you, get a dog.
Bianca: Hey, Asher.
Asher: You're still talking to me?
Bianca: Why wouldn't I be?
Asher: Well, you must have heard the story, like, who I really am.
Bianca: Caleb's son?
Asher: You're not going to ream me out for lying to you?
Bianca: I think you could have handled it better, but that's between you and Caleb. Have you talked to him recently?
Asher: I mean, I didn't come to Pine Valley to bond with the guy. I just wanted him to know that he's not going to get away with what he did.
Bianca: It sounds like it was a pretty complicated situation to me.
Bianca: He's not such a scary guy, you know?
Asher: What are you, like, his agent? Little spy or --
Bianca: That sound like something I would do?
Asher: How should I know? I don't want to talk about this.
Bianca: Ok. How about computers?
Asher: Is something wrong with your network?
Bianca: Frozen, again. So this is me begging you to come over and fix it.
Asher: There's plenty of people that could fix your computer.
Bianca: Yeah, yeah, but you know my system -- all the glitches and the wires that Miranda likes to braid. I will call ahead and make sure Caleb's not there.
Asher: What about my lunch?
Bianca: I'll make you lunch.
Asher: As good as this chili burger?
Bianca: Have you ever had a croque monsieur?
Asher: A who?
Bianca: It's basically the best grilled cheese you'll ever have. Come on.
Asher: Ok. But first, make that call, ok?
Damon: What just happened? Everything was chill.
Colby: Yeah. Yeah, and now you have to go, like you always do.
Damon: Colby, I have a job -- two jobs, actually, which I took time off of just now to come see you.
Colby: Ah, 5 whole minutes? Really, Damon, I am so lucky. Thank you.
Damon: Colby, I'm doing this for us.
Colby: What "us"? Damon, I never see you!
Damon: I'm here. Here I am.
Colby: Yeah, if not that, you're running around. You have things to do, or you're calling me telling me you're busy, or you don't even show up at all.
Damon: Whoa, whoa, whoa. You knew the deal when I signed up with your mom. It was going to be crazy hours, but it's a great opportunity for me. She just finished this huge case. She's going to take on another one.
Colby: I know. Ok, I -- I just don't trust her.
Damon: Is that what this is about? You think that -- you think that she's trying to keep me away from you?
Colby: Yeah, it seems like it to me.
Damon: Look, I'm going to try and find more time for us, ok? I promise. I've been trying really hard to get things rolling, and I feel like stuff is starting to happen for real with work and with you.
Colby: I know. Oh, God. I'm sorry I went off like that. I really am. I just don't want us drifting, and I just feel like everything's different -- with your work and your clothes and your hair, which looks good.
Damon: Look, this -- this -- it means nothing without you.
Colby: Mm-hmm. Well, you should go because you're going to be late for work, so -- go.
Damon: Are you sure?
Colby: Yeah, go.
Damon: Ok. I'll call you as soon as I'm done. I got to say, I like that you miss me.
J.R.: We can do this. We can have a normal life together -- normal relationship together.
Annie: You need to slow down.
J.R.: No, I've been going about this all wrong. Caleb, I'll never be able to convince, but Marissa, I can work on.
Annie: "Work on"?
J.R.: Yeah. Well, things have gotten ugly. We used to be friends, you know? And hell, we were in love. If I could just remind her of that, because she has seen me at my best. She's seen me at my worst. I mean, we have these memories that go deep --
Annie: Ok, this is a really nice story. I'm really enjoying it. It's lovely. But Marissa's not going to want to take a stroll down memory lane with you. Marissa wants nothing to do with you.
J.R.: She's angry. She feels betrayed. But if I could show her -- if I can prove to her that I'm the man that she fell in love with --
Annie: J.R., I --
J.R.: No, no, just hear me out. She won't have to worry about A.J. She'll drop the custody suit, and then we can be together, out in the open. We could end this war, all right? And that's what we really want, isn't it?
Annie: Sure, that's what we want, but Marissa wants A.J.
J.R.: She wants A.J. to be happy. And she thinks that cutting his father out of his life is the answer. Deep down she knows that's not, but she feels like she doesn't have a choice.
Annie: What are you going to do? You're really going to convince her otherwise? You're really going to be able to convince her about this joint custody thing?
J.R.: Yeah. One step at a time. Look, I'm talking about a future here, Annie. A real future. Do you want that as much as I do?
Asher: It's freezing out there.
Bianca: Well, especially when you don't have a coat. You're not one of those guys who thinks he's too cool for a coat, are you?
Asher: Ha. I came to Pine Valley in the summer. Didn't know I'd still be here at Christmas.
Bianca: And you couldn't tear yourself away.
Asher: I got a great job. Good pay. And I'm living in a mansion. Know any other gigs with those perks? Oh, besides, I'm way too cool for a coat.
Asher: Oh, your memory's overloaded. Did you download more pictures?
Bianca: A few -- hundred.
Asher: I told you to put everything on an external hard drive.
Bianca: I know. I haven't had time.
Asher: That's all right. I'll take care of it. Just give me, like, a few minutes.
Bianca: Ok. I'll go get you that croque monsieur.
Asher: Thanks. [Continues typing]
Liza: Where's Erica?
Jack: Oh, I'd like to keep this between us if I could.
Liza: Well, I'm due in court.
Jack: Why are you doing this? Why are you going after Erica?
Liza: I really have to explain myself again?
Jack: Oh, come on, Liza. We both know what happened up on that roof.
Liza: The law was broken, and it is my sworn duty to go after whoever did it.
Jack: Ok, I get that. I get that. Look, I will give you this. No matter how heated Greenlee's trial got, you were very professional the whole time.
Liza: What, shocking because I'm the mayor's lapdog?
Jack: Yeah, you don't like it much that people think of you that way, do you?
Liza: Yeah, not at all.
Jack: You want a guarantee that people believe that your strings are being pulled by Mayor Blanco and Hayward, you go ahead and you charge Erica. You put her through a trial for no good reason.
Liza: She shot David in the back.
Jack: You're missing the big picture, Liza. You could be a real player here, you understand me? I mean, you could be Attorney General, Department of Justice, but people can't think you're a hack. So whatever choice you make, you make it wisely, 'cause people will never forget.
Liza: Hmm. Thank you.
Erica: So you're just turning your back on me?
Caleb: You want a deal? Get a deal maker. Don't ask a pit bull to be a poodle.
Erica: Nobody's a poodle here. I just don't want to put my family through another long and arduous trial. Caleb, Kendall needs to find a way to live normally and be a mother to her two little boys.
Caleb: I know that you love your children, but you've got to think about yourself.
Erica: It's not that simple.
Caleb: Listen, if you cave in now, and you turn over all the power to Liza, she is going to take you to the cleaners.
Erica: All I'm trying to do -- I'm just trying to find a way for my daughters and me to get on with our lives.
Caleb: And what about you? What about your name, your reputation?
Erica: Kendall is much more important than that to me. I don't care if I have a misdemeanor on my record, as long as my daughter doesn't have to suffer one more day.
Caleb: And what if it's not a misdemeanor?
Erica: Look, I have always been, and I always will be a fighter, Caleb. I just know how to pick my battles.
Caleb: Hmm. Well, maybe you're just not up for this one.
Erica: Are you calling me a quitter? Because that is the last thing I am.
Caleb: Prove it.
Asher: Hey, I put some of your photos on a CD, but I'm going to need more time --
Caleb: Something wrong with the computer?
Asher: Bianca asked me to do a favor for her, but I will finish it up another time.
Caleb: Hey. You know that speeding ticket, fake I.D. mess you got yourself into the other night? You can forget about it.
Asher: Yeah, I'd love to forget about it, but I don't think the judge will let me.
Caleb: Well, I fixed it. It's all taken care of.
Annie: So how was school? What did I miss? Tell me everything.
Emma: We made a dianas.
Annie: I think you mean dioramas.
Annie: Ha ha!
Emma: You're laughing a lot today, Mommy. Do you feel happy?
Annie: Um, more like hopeful.
Emma: Hope is good.
Annie: Yes. You, my sweetheart, are absolutely right.
Marissa: So, you're here to keep people out of David's room?
Officer: No, he can have visitors. I'm just here in case he wakes up. He's your father?
Officer: I'm sorry. It must be tough.
Marissa: You have no idea.
[J.R. sneaks into David's room]
Damon: Hey. I got that file you wanted for Erica's case.
Damon: Are you really going to file charges against her?
Erica: Well, now, that's the big question.
Liza: Damon, would you please excuse us for a moment? I hope you brought your attorney with you.
Erica: No. I'm alone, for now. I'd like to keep it that way, Liza. I'd like to keep the lawyers out of this.
Liza: I'm the District Attorney.
Erica: Well, you could take that cap off for a moment, so we can talk, woman to woman, mother to mother.
Liza: If this is about your case, you should have your attorney present.
Erica: This is about my life and my family, and how much I stand to lose if you pursue this case against me. But also very importantly, Liza, it's about what you stand to lose or, more precisely, what I will take from you.
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