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Episode #10516

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Ryan: So these are all shoes?

Greenlee: Mm-hmm.

Ryan: You only got two feet, right?

Greenlee: They're very cute feet.

Ryan: Yes, they are. Very cute feet. Lot of shoes, though. How about you use those cute feet to bring your cute butt right over here to sit with me? Come here. Please? Get over here. See, I wish we could have done this. I wish you could have moved in right when you got back into town.

Greenlee: Yeah, well, it should have happened before that -- on our wedding day.

Ryan: Mm-hmm. Mmm.

Greenlee: Oh, is this the key that you made for me?

Ryan: No, actually, that one belonged to --

Greenlee: Madison.

Madison: I think that about does it for appetizers.

Man: We'll take care of it.

Madison: Right.

Frankie: What are you doing?

Madison: Tequila shots. Want to join me?

Frankie: You just got out of the hospital after being shot. Not to mention the fact you're pregnant.

Madison: And I'm taking care of myself, ok? But I can't just lie around. I have bills to pay.

Frankie: And decisions to make?

Madison: I don't know what I'm gonna do. I'm going crazy just trying to figure out, so could you please just give me some space so I can do that, all right?

Jake: I don't know.

Amanda: This will be fun.

Jake: Are you sure?

Amanda: Yeah, Ryan and Greenlee moving in together. True love wins, and we get to help.

Jake: We get to help?

Amanda: You know what I mean. I'll supervise.

Jake: That's what I thought you were gonna say.

Amanda: Do you think her stuff's gonna fit in the car?

Jake: I don't know. We got the trunk. We got the roof. We got the windows that stuff can hang out of.

Amanda: Yeah, I get it. It's a lot. I'm going to go get some coffee for us, and I'll meet you there, ok?

Jake: You will?

Amanda: Yes.

Jake: Thank you.

Amanda: Mm-hmm.

Jake: You had me at coffee. Thank you, baby.

Amanda: All right.

Jake: Hey, I've got to --

Griffin: I have to take off for a little while. Has everyone who needs to know been notified about the glitch in David's heart monitor?

Jake: Yes, everybody's up to speed.

Griffin: Great. Thank you.

Jake: No problem.

Amanda: Wow. Honey, again, very civilized.

Jake: Why, 'cause I didn't smash his skull in?

Amanda: It's progress.

Jake: Yeah, well, he's a good doctor. He saved Hayward's life. Actually, whether that's a good thing or not, that's up for debate, but he knows his stuff.

Amanda: Well, I just think it's great --

Jake: I don't have to like the guy, right? I don't like the fact that he's at the hospital here. That's completely understandable.

Amanda: No. I was just thinking that it's great that you could move on.

Jake: You don't feel it, though? You don't see it? He's like one of those doctors that thinks he can save the world with his scalpel. I don't know what Cara ever saw in him. I'm so sorry that I just said that.

Amanda: It's ok.

Jake: I don't think it's gonna be a very easy move for Ryan and Greenlee.

Amanda: Come on, it shouldn't take that long.

Jake: No, that's not what I meant. I meant that it shouldn't just be us there helping. Zach and Kendall should be there, too.

Kendall: Spikey, that is the most beautiful dinosaur I think I've ever seen. I love it. Ok, my boy. Ian, you stay away from those scissors, ok?

Ian: What this is?

Kendall: It's pretty cool, huh?

Ian: What this is?

Spike: Are we going to make Christmas cookies this year?

Kendall: Christmas cookies, huh? I don't know. We will talk about the holidays later. Ok -- oh, Ian, would you get over here. Get over here. You are so silly. You're just like your daddy.

[Doorbell rings]

Kendall: Spikey, can you watch Ian, ok?

Griffin: Hey.

Kendall: What do you want?

Griffin: How are you? Feeling all right?

Kendall: That's not really why you're here. You just want to make sure I'm not gonna try to kill David again. I had to put Ian to sleep.

Griffin: Ok. Look, Mrs. Slater, I really do come in peace.

Kendall: I don't believe you.

Griffin: If I thought you were gonna do something -- dangerous, I would have kept you at the hospital on a 72-hour hold.

Kendall: Like some crazy person?

Griffin: No. Like someone experiencing an overwhelming case of grief.

Kendall: But you didn't.

Griffin: That's right.

Kendall: Why?

Griffin: I guess because I trusted you. Chalk it up to some momentary lapse of judgment. Was I wrong?

Kendall: No, you weren't.

Griffin: Good.

Spike: Hi.

Griffin: Hi.

Kendall: Spike.

Spike: Who are you?

Griffin: I'm Dr. Castillo, a friend of your mom's.

Kendall: Spikey, you know what, why don't you go and finish making that awesome picture you re making for me. Can you do that? Yeah? Go over there, ok. Thanks. Ok, now that we've established I'm not a psychopath, why are you really here?

Griffin: We have unfinished business. It involves Zach.

Madison: Ok, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to blast you like that.

Frankie: Don't worry about it.

Madison: Oh, my God. Maybe I'm like a little hormonal.

Frankie: Well, it comes with the territory. Have you made your Ob/Gyn appointment?

Madison: I'm seeing her later today. And before you ask, no, I haven't told Ryan that I'm pregnant.

Frankie: Are you protecting him?

Madison: No, I'm trying to protect myself. Does that even make any sense?

Frankie: Because you're afraid he won't step up?

Madison: No, I'm sure he would. He might freak or hate me, but Ryan would probably put his whole life on hold just to try to be there for me. He's just that kind of guy.

Frankie: Hmm. What do you want, Madison? It's all I really care about. Not him. You. What'll make you happy?

Madison: I spent most of my life being told exactly how to live it. First by my father, then by my husband. Just got used to thinking that that's the way it was supposed to be.

Frankie: And now?

Madison: Look around. No one to help me make this decision. And until I know exactly what I'm gonna say when Ryan asks me "What do you want to do?" -- Until then -- I just can't tell him I'm pregnant.

Greenlee: I think Madison knew we weren't finished with each other, maybe even before we realized it.

Ryan: When I took Emma over to the hospital earlier to see her, she said she doesn't want me to come back.

Greenlee: I get that. And you feel guilty.

Ryan: We're all gonna move on. I know Madison's gonna move on, and Kendall is even gonna move on and get through this, ok?

[Pounding on door]

Jake: Help me!

Ryan: Oh, really? Is that more shoes?

Jake: Help me!

Ryan: That better not be more shoes.

Jake: Thank you.

Ryan: Wow!

Jake: Can you take --

Greenlee: Oh, sorry.

Jake: You're standing there, looking all pretty.

Ryan: That is fantastic. That's the sign of a real friend, somebody who doesn't bail on you on moving day. Let me help you.

Jake: No, I got it. I got it.

Ryan: No, let me help. Seriously.

Jake: Amanda's on her way over with some coffees.

Greenlee: I do appreciate --

Ryan: Oh, for the love of all things good.

Greenlee: I appreciate you.

Jake: No problem.

Greenlee: I do, being here for us.

Jake: You'd do the same for me, right? You'd do the same for me. I'm so happy for you kids. I really am. This is -- you know -- no mas problemas. That's French for -- living happily ever after.

Ryan: Yes, it is.

Jake: That's right.

Madison: It's important that I take charge of my life somehow.

Frankie: I get that. I really do.

Madison: But?

Frankie: But it's not just your baby. It's Ryan's kid, too.

Madison: Yeah, I know that. Frankie, if I tell him right this minute while I'm so confused, I will probably cry, and then I'll want to lean on him.

Frankie: Ok, just think it over, ok? Get it clear in your mind. You owe that to yourself.

Madison: Thanks. I needed to hear you say that. For so long, everything I did depended on what was going on with Ryan and Greenlee. Does she need his help? Should he be with her tonight? I never want to go back to that place again.

Frankie: You won't. You're pretty tough. You got the bullet wound to prove it. Just don't push yourself with this work thing. Otherwise, you'll end back in the hospital listening to me yell at you.

Madison: Yes, sir.

Kendall: Ok, can I get a little attention, please?

Griffin: Ok.

Kendall: You said you wanted to talk to me about Zach. I'm listening. And then you can go.

Griffin: The reason I came to Pine Valley was to help expand the Miranda Centers around the globe. It was something that Zach was very passionate about.

Kendall: I'm aware of that.

Griffin: Zach advanced me a significant amount of money to get the ball rolling. We were gonna go over the details, but unfortunately, we never got the chance.

Kendall: Well, then, talk to Bianca.

Griffin: I already have. But Zach had other ideas. He wanted me to be the point man at every new center that opened. He wanted me to make sure that everyone was trained properly and everything was running just fine, and when that was done, move on to the next new center.

Kendall: Ok, you know what? This is something that we can handle within the family.

Griffin: You and your sister have children, obligations. And I'm guessing you've never had experience in Third World countries. This is something that's huge.

Kendall: I have run my own business for many years, Dr. Castillo. Multitasking has never been an issue for me.

Griffin: Ok, but under the circumstances --

Kendall: Return the money to me, and then my sister and I will take over from there.

Griffin: Not to be blunt, Mrs. Slater, but if that's what your husband wanted, he wouldn't have funded the project through me.

Kendall: Is that why you're pushing so hard? The money? You haven't spent it all, have you?

Krystal: Well, hello.

Cara: Hi.

Krystal: Could I get you some coffee?

Cara: Yes, please. The stronger, the better.

Krystal: That kind of day, huh?

Cara: Yeah.

Krystal: I don't think I've ever seen you in here before. You new in town or just visiting?

Cara: More like passing through.

Krystal: Well, welcome. Let me know if I can get you anything else.

Cara: Great. Thanks. [Dials phone] Hey, hey, hey, Griff. It's Cara. Guess what. I'm in Pine Valley. And no, I'm not here hunting down Jake. I actually just came to see you. So meet me at this place called Krystal's, ok? Can't wait to see you. Bye.

Krystal: Hey!

Amanda: Hi. Can I get 4 coffees to go, please?

Krystal: Oh, coming right up. So, where's Jake? Seems like that handsome husband of yours just works round the clock.

Amanda: Yeah, well, I guess it's one of the hazards of being married to the most dedicated doctor in the world.

Amanda: Oh, thank you.

Krystal: You're welcome.

Amanda: Oh, Krystal, before I forget, we are having a holiday open house at our place, so you, Tad, and the kids can come, right?

Krystal: Absolutely, yeah!

Amanda: Oh, I have to show you the invitation.

Krystal: Yeah!

Amanda: You have to see this. How handsome are my boys? I'm gonna drop --

Cara: Oh, gosh.

Amanda: Got my hands full.

Krystal: Don't spill.

Cara: Wow. You have a beautiful family.

Amanda: Thank you. I think he looks just like his father, don't you?

Cara: Yeah, I can definitely sees the resemblance.

Amanda: Do you have kids?

Cara: No, I don't.

Amanda: Oh, I didn't mean to get personal.

Cara: It's ok.

Amanda: It's just every time I look at them, I realize how lucky I am -- which sometimes makes me babble on to total strangers.

Cara: You are lucky.

Amanda: Some free advice from somebody you don't know at all, don't wait too long because this beats everything.

Krystal: So could I get you me more coffee or something else?

Cara: I'm good, thank you.

Krystal: Ok.

Amanda: Ok, thanks. Merry Christmas.

Krystal: Ok.

Jake: I'm sitting here thinking -- because of me and Amanda that this happily-ever-after thing has happened. You realize that, right?

Ryan: Yes, absolutely.

Jake: Oh, yeah, yeah, because remember when we were renewing our vows and then we had tried to get you two together. Remember that?

Greenlee: Yeah. I should have listened back then.

Jake: That's absolutely right. Should have, could have. And had you have, you'd have been happy ever after since back then. So really, it's because of me that this is all happening, and I'm -- can you feed me? Hungry.

Ryan: Can I trust you to be alone with him?

Greenlee: No, but go get some sandwiches anyway.

Jake: Hungry.

Ryan: All right, be careful.

Jake: Whole portions. Let me guess. Pictures of shoes. Aw, you and Kendall. That's cute.

Greenlee: Yeah, we'd just had a crazy day at Fusion, and she threatened to buy me out, I threatened to quit, and then we ended up hugging and drinking pink champagne.

Jake: And how are the two of you now?

Greenlee: We're not. She doesn't want to see me.

Jake: Well, why don't you go over and see her then?

Greenlee: I don't know.

Jake: Why not?

Greenlee: What?

Jake: Why not?

Greenlee: I don't know.

Jake: I think you should go over there right  Here's your coat. Here's your stuff. Go on. Skate on over there and talk to her. Yes, now. Go. The stuff will take care of itself.

Griffin: If you think I'm in this for the money, you don't know the first thing about me. The advance that Zach gave me is in a trust fund, all of it is drawing interest.

Kendall: Well, I'm sorry then.

Griffin: I know it's not easy for you to talk about him.

Kendall: Well, then maybe you shouldn't have come over at all.

Griffin: I came over because Zach has a dream, a mission -- to help women and children who have been abandoned, abused, who don't even have the proper health care to keep themselves alive. He wanted to make a difference.

Kendall: Yes, I know that.

Griffin: And so do I.

Kendall: I'll discuss it with Bianca. I'm sure we can agree to honor whatever Zach set up with you.

Griffin: Thank you.

Kendall: Yeah. Please wait. I want to hear more about Zach -- anything, not just about the Miranda Center, but anything at all.

Griffin: You sure you want to hear this from me?

Kendall: Yes, I'm sure.

Griffin: Zach was very excited about the new life he was setting up here in Pine Valley. He was excited about selling the casinos and putting all his work into the Miranda Centers. He talked a lot about you, about his family. He struck me as a man who made a big decision in his life. And having made that decision, he was ready to throw himself into it with everything he had.

Kendall: Did he sound happy?

Griffin: Very.

Kendall: Thank you.

Griffin: You call me when you and your sister decide what to do.

Frankie: Call me, ok, if you need anything.

Madison: Thank you.

Frankie: You take care. I mean it.

Ryan: Hey, Gunner, is my takeout order ready?

Gunner: I'll check on it.

Ryan: Thanks. How are you feeling?

Madison: Fine. Good.

Ryan: Yeah? I still cannot believe how it happened. you getting shot.

Madison: Oh, yeah, that.

Ryan: What did you think I was talking about?

Madison: I don't know. Nothing. How you doing?

Ryan: I'm good. I'm ok.

Madison: You and Greenlee?

Gunner: Greenlee called in a few more things. I guess you got a group helping her move in.

Madison: So you guys are going to be living together.

Ryan: Yeah, we decided that it's probably --

Madison: A little easier, probably. One place, right?

Ryan: Madison, are you sure that you're ok? No problems or anything after you --

Madison: Ryan, I'm fine. You should go. Your food is getting cold

Ryan: Your shoulder -- is it healing ok? Look, you probably shouldn't even be driving. Let me just drop you off somewhere.

Madison: No, no. Ryan. God, why do you have to be so wonderful?

Amanda: You ok?

Jake: Yeah, I'm fine. What happened was, Greenlee saw this picture of herself with Kendall, and she got kind of weepy-eyed and went over there to talk to her.

Amanda: Oh. Well, I hope Kendall realizes how much Greenlee really cares.

Jake: Yeah. Look at this one. Here's a picture of them. This must be right before the wedding that never happened and before Greenlee went off the road and everybody's life changed.

Amanda: Well, we're all where we're supposed to be now. She got away from David, and Greenlee found her way back to true love.

Jake: Hmm. Guess that means if the love is strong enough, it can survive anything, even other marriages.

Griffin: You're really here.

Cara: Hey! Oh, surprise, surprise.

Griffin: Not really.

Cara: What's that supposed to mean?

Griffin: Yeah, you look great.

Cara: So do you.

Griffin: Sientate.

Cara: Ok. Thank you. Yes?

Griffin: You're just gonna help yourself?

Cara: Hey, I had to see you.

Griffin: You couldn't stay away from him, even though you told me, you promised me, you'd stay away from him.

Cara: I haven't seen Jake.

Griffin: But you're here where he lives with his family. Tell me you haven't changed your mind about him.

Cara: I don't want you getting upset. This is not about us.

Griffin: I'm worried about you.

Cara: I've been telling you forever. Don't.

Griffin: What do you expect to get out of this?

Cara: Nothing.

Griffin: Face the facts about Jake. Some relationships just aren't meant to be. When they break, they break forever.

Greenlee: Can come in?

Kendall: The boys are just taking a nap, so I thought maybe I would, too.

Greenlee: Oh, come on. You never nap.

Kendall: Well,  maybe you don't know me that well.

Greenlee: I think I know you better than anyone. I didn't want you to hear this from anybody else. I've moved in with Ryan, and we'd love to have you over.

Kendall: Of course, you would.

Greenlee: With the boys.

Kendall: Right. Your world is perfect now, so everybody else should be happy, too, like nothing's happened.

Greenlee: I am happy being with Ryan, but don't think for one minute that I'm not mourning Zach.

Kendall: Do not talk to me about Zach, ever. And don't expect me come visit you, act like nothing has happened and everything's ok.

Greenlee: Ok. Not today, but the invitation is still there.

Kendall: And I'm still turning it down. And just in case you're wondering, don't bother sending any future wedding invitations, because I won't be there.

Greenlee: Ok, then I'll wait. There won't be a wedding, not until you can stand next to me as my matron of honor.

Kendall: Be well, you better save your money, and don't buy a dress, because you're not getting married.

Amanda: This is our first real Christmas together --

Jake: That's right.

Amanda: With no David hanging over our heads -- just you, me, and Trevor.

Jake: That's right. How lucky are we?

Amanda: Lucky. Mmm, yes. I was actually just telling someone that. I met this really pretty girl at Krystal's, and she saw our family picture and of course, I ended up going on and on about how great it all is.

Jake: Nothing wrong with that.

Amanda: I don't know. She seemed kind of sad about it.

Jake: Sad, why?

Amanda: Like she was maybe missing out on something, the way she looked at our picture. I don't know.

Jake: Hmm. Well, I'm surprised you didn't invite her over to our party.

Amanda: I thought about it, but she was too cute.

[Cell phone rings]

Jake: You are a sweet girl, a big sweetheart. Ah! I have to go to the hospital.

Amanda: I have to go, to I have that meeting with Griffin about the Miranda Center.

Jake: Oh, that's great. That's good. You don't see any veins bulging out of my neck, do you? All right, come on.

Amanda: You know, Ryan and Greenlee are really gonna make it this time.

Jake: I hope so. Sometimes couples just need a second chance to make something right.

Cara: Jake was a long time ago.

Griffin: And you told me it was over.

Cara: And I meant it. And then I saw this impossibly beautiful woman talking about her husband, and then all these feelings just came rushing back.

Griffin: What woman?

Cara: Jake's wife.

Griffin: You met Amanda?

Cara: No, we didn't exactly meet. I kind of ran into her over there. I was having coffee. Is she a model? She's a model, isn't she?

Griffin: Did you tell her who you were? Did you talk about Jake?

Cara: No. Come on, you know me. I have my pride.

Griffin: Yeah, I also know you're very unpredictable.

Cara: It was clear. Jake has moved on, and so have I. The program I run at Doctors Without Borders -- it's important. It's meaningful, you know, saving lives.

Griffin: No regrets, huh?

Cara: Why think about regrets?

Griffin: Just know whatever I did, it was always for you. You've always come first.

Cara: I know. Thanks.

Griffin: You're probably tired from your trip.

Cara: Maybe.

Griffin: Yeah. Finish your coffee. Go back to the hotel. Get some rest.

Cara: Ok. Will you join me?

Griffin: Yeah. I've got some Miranda Center business, and then I'm all yours.

Ryan: Madison, I didn't mean to upset you. That's the absolute last thing that I'd want to do.

Madison: Yeah, but you do always try to make sure that everyone is taken care of.

Ryan: You say it like it's a bad thing.

Madison: Because sometimes you have to choose, and you did. You chose Greenlee.

Ryan: I care about you, Madison. I did and I still do.

Madison: No. Stop.

Ryan: What?

Madison: I don't want to hear you say that next sentence. That you just want to be friends, 'cause I already told you I can't do that. There's no way I could be just a friend after everything that we've shared.

Ryan: Ok. I understand.

Madison: Ryan, please just go.

Greenlee: If what you're trying to do is hurt me, it's working.

Kendall: You don't know what hurt really is.

Greenlee: Fine. You win. You've been hurt more than I have.

Kendall: This isn't a contest. This is my life. This is self-preservation here.

Greenlee: And me being in your life?

Kendall: It's a killer, Greenlee.

Greenlee: You really mean that?

Kendall: How many different ways do I have to tell you? Yes, I really mean that, and I want you to stop trying.

Greenlee: But we've always been there for each other, no matter what. And I can't imagine my life without you in it.

Kendall: Well, maybe it's time to start. I can't think beyond today, ok? I can't focus on anything, so please, just be happy in your life, but stay out of mine. Just go and don't come back.

Griffin: No worries, Bianca. I'm going to reach out to the volunteers and staffers and keep them up to date about how we're branching out and expanding, restructuring. Yeah, no, I agree. I think placing Amanda in charge of the staffers was a great idea, too. Ok, we'll talk later. Bye.

Amanda: Such a sucker for this time of year.

Griffin: I think most people are.

Amanda: It must have been tough, working overseas during the holidays. What was it like?

Griffin: It's kind of hard to celebrate when your adrenaline's pumping 24/7. You're not really sure where the next bullet is coming from with your name written on it, so you work harder. You play harder.

Amanda: Fall in love harder?

Griffin: We're not going there.

Amanda: Come on, you can't blame me for wondering.

Griffin: I think it's a good idea for you to let go of what happened between Jake and Cara.

Amanda: And you?

Griffin: That was a long time ago.

Amanda: All right, back to work. I only have half an hour.

Griffin: Me, too. Got to get going soon, so --

Amanda: Ooh. Date?

Griffin: Nope. Still not talking.

Krystal: If you want to hang out a little longer, I got fresh pies coming out of the oven.

Cara: That sounds so good, but I got to get going.

Krystal: Ok.

Cara: Thank you, though.

Krystal: Good to see you.

Cara: You, too.

[Keys jingling]

Ryan: Where did everybody go?

Greenlee: Jake and Amanda? I don't know. Me? Hell and back.

Ryan: Can you be a bit more specific?

Greenlee: I went over to Kendall's. I told her I was moving in with you, and I invited her and the boys over.

Ryan: Didn't go too well, huh?

Greenlee: No. She told me to leave and never come back. She wants no part of me. Or us.

Ryan: Sorry. She'll come around.

Greenlee: Yeah, I'm not so sure anymore. Then to top off the perfect day, the hospital called. Another decision has to be made about David.

Ryan: Yeah, but you started the divorce proceedings.

Greenlee: Not enough. It's time that I find someone to be his legal advocate. Anyway, how was your day?

Ryan: Well, I ran into Madison.

Greenlee: God, this town is definitely too small.

Ryan: Yeah, well, when I told her that you were moving in -- she looked like a truck hit her.

Greenlee: Don't you wish we could just find the right thing to do to make everyone happy?

Kendall: Did Bianca send you over here, Reverend Torres?

Reverend Torres: No, and please, call me Ricky. I just wanted to check in after the memorial.

Kendall: Oh, I get it. This is a "make sure Kendall's not losing it" day?

Ricky: Oh, stop it. I didn't think you'd be losing it, although that would be a legitimate option in this situation, as long as nobody gets hurt, of course.

Kendall: No, it's just regular old grieving hurt here.

Ricky: Exactly. You know, saying good-bye is hard, but so is life getting back to normal.

Kendall: Reverend -- Ricky, you did an amazing job at Zach's memorial. It was perfect, but I'm really not a religious person.

Ricky: Ok, I'm not offended. This isn't a recruitment mission. I'm not looking for somebody to run this Saturday's bake sale, Kendall, I promise.

Kendall: Ok, so you don't expect me to show up at church on Sunday?

Ricky: Hey, that's totally your call. Listen, I performed a wedding the other day, and this couple gave me a gift in thanks. And I'm usually not supposed to accept gifts, but they would not take no for an answer. I got -- Flyers tickets. And they just happen to be playing the Red Wings. Zach's team, right?

Kendall: Yeah, Zach turned him into a huge fan.

Ricky: So I thought you and maybe Ryan might want to take little Spike to the game.

Kendall: Wow, that is very generous.

Ricky: Don't get me wrong. If Zach would have been a Sixers' fan, you would be out of luck. 'Cause basketball -- that's more my speed.

Kendall: I don't know what to say. Thank you.

Ricky: It's not a problem. So listen, I'll give you a call next week and see how the game went.

Kendall: Ok. Hey, Spikey, what's the matter? What's the matter?

Spike: Bad dream.

Kendall: Bad dream? Come here. Oh, I'm so sorry.

Spike: I heard Daddy Zach calling me, but I couldn't find him.

Kendall: Oh, come here, baby. I know. I miss him, too. A lot. But you know what, I think I have found a way that we can feel closer to him.

Singer: Quiet sorrow lies on empty faces now of all the times and of all the places is this how it goes? Is this how it goes? I suppose.

[Kendall gets Zach's jacket and covers a sleeping Spike with it]

Griffin: Any questions?

Amanda: No, not about the Miranda Center, at least.

Griffin: You're tough. Let me get the check.

Amanda: Yep. Don't want to be late for your date. [Looks through Griffin's papers] This woman -- is that Cara?

Griffin: Yeah.

Amanda: I just saw her at Krystal's. You told me that she was an ocean away, that this was all in the past. That's what you said, right? So why is Jake's ex-wife in Pine Valley?

Jake: Mr. Chambers is almost back to his old self.

Woman on P.A.: Dr. Forest, please dial 118. Paging Dr. Battaglia. Call extension 198. Dr. Battaglia, extension 198.

Cara: Hi. It's been a long time.

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