AMC Transcript Monday 12/13/10

All My Children Transcript Monday 12/13/10


Episode #10517

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Gisele

Jack: Sparkling cider.

Erica: Are we celebrating?

Jack: Well, we could be. Maybe even we should be. So Kendall thinks we should get married.

Erica: Yes, that's what she said.

Jack: Maybe she's right. Maybe we could give this family something to be happy about. Hopeful.

Erica: Jack, I want that more than anything.

Jack: But --

Erica: But how could we possibly make all that happen right now? I mean, Kendall is still dealing with so much grief. And especially when it's all been caused by --

Jack: Ok, ok. Whoa. Let's not start in on Greenlee, shall we? Thank you. So a toast to the future and to hope.

Erica: To hope.

Madison: Hey.

Kendall: Hi.

Madison: Is this a bad time? I mean, I -- I know it's a terrible time. I just -- um --

Kendall: How are you doing? I heard what happened. How's your arm?

Madison: Oh, I'll live. Oh, God. I'm sorry. I meant, you know -- I mean -- oh --

Kendall: Do you need something?

Madison: Yes, um -- yeah, your signature. I'm back at work, and I thought I would just save you a trip to the office. Figured it might be a little soon. Was I wrong? You know what? You know, this was a bad idea. I'm sorry. I'll go, I'll go. And you can fire me later.

Kendall: Uh, you're right. I'm -- I'm not ready.

[Phone rings]

Kendall's voice on machine: Team Slater. Leave a message.


Greenlee's voice: Kendall, it's me. I'm sorry about before. It was a mistake for me to come over and to spring it on you that I'm moving in with Ryan. I just -- I feel like everything I do is wrong, and I just want to make things right. So please -- please call me back.


Erica: You just missed your father.

Greenlee: I know. I waited for him to leave.

Erica: This should be good.

Greenlee: I -- I wanted to thank you. For what you did for Ryan -- on the roof. And I know you're in a lot of trouble because of it.

Erica: And I'm sure that has you all tied up in knots.

Greenlee: You saved his life. I'm not allowed to be grateful?

Erica: What do you want, Greenlee?

Greenlee: I need your help, and yes, I did just say that.

Erica: You need my help with what?

Greenlee: Kendall.

Amanda: I know who I saw, and it was definitely Cara. She acted like she had no idea who I was.

Griffin: I told her to stay away from here.

Amanda: Well, she didn't. Jake's ex-wife is in town and I want to know what she's doing here.

Cara: You look exactly the same. How are you?

Jake: Wait -- wait -- wait a second. Where am I right now?

Cara: Memory loss -- that's never a good sign.

Jake: And you're talking to me just like I saw you this morning or something. What are you -- what are you doing here?

Cara: I came to see you. I need you, Jake. I'm -- I'm sorry. That kind of came --

Jake: What are you -- you're sorry for what part? You're sorry for walking out on our marriage, or you're sorry for not telling me to my face? I got your "Dear John" letter --

Cara: I never meant to hurt you.

Jake: No? Because when somebody walks out of a marriage, you can expect that to, you know -- that's going to happen.

Cara: Well, I don't know what to say.

Jake: Well, you know what? Someday you'll think of it, and I'm sure you'll let me know.

Cara: Wait. Um, why do those answers matter now?

Jake: You are not asking me that question.

Cara: I mean, look at you. You have a gorgeous wife -- and a cute child. And you have a wonderful job.

Jake: Hold on a second. How do you know about my family? Hmm? What, you've been checking up on me or something?

Cara: No, no.

Jake: How long have you been in town?

Cara: I just got -- I just got in, ok?

Jake: How can you come -- I mean, you -- you say to me, "I need you"? What is that supposed to mean?

Cara: The program needs you. My focus right now is staffing. Money is tight, supplies are low, but that doesn't mean that people stop dying. We need doctors, Jake.

Jake: There are a million doctors in this world.

Cara: Not like you. Not even close.

Griffin: Cara came to see me. There's no hidden agenda.

Amanda: I thought you guys only see each other now and then.

Griffin: This is a now.

Amanda: So first she contacts Jake through an e-mail. Now you magically show up in town. Now she's here, but to see you, not him? I'm sorry, this is all just a little too weird.

Griffin: What do you want me to say, Amanda?

Amanda: How about starting with the truth? Why didn't Cara admit who she was?

Griffin: She probably didn't know who you were.

Amanda: Really? Well, I would have thought this would have tipped her off. She was staring at a picture and telling me how beautiful my family was, and she said nothing. So what's the deal? And do not tell me that you don't know. Does Cara want something from Jake?

Griffin: You know, I miss working in war-torn countries. Everything was much less complicated.

Amanda: Cara broke Jake's heart into a million pieces. Is she here to clean up the mess?

Griffin: What does that mean?

Amanda: So she doesn't want my husband back?

Griffin: No.

Amanda: You might try saying that next time like you actually believe it.

Kendall: I woke up this morning determined to go to work. Try to make things go back to normal, whatever that is. But every time I walk out that door, I just -- I just can't.

Madison: That's one of the hardest parts, isn't it?

Kendall: What is?

Madison: Being slammed with reminders everywhere you turn. You can't even open a closet without seeing him, smelling him. I'm so sorry, Kendall.

Kendall: Thank you.

Madison: And really, if there's anything that I can do at all to help -- if you think of anything that needs to be done at Fusion, just call me, e-mail me. I'll make sure that it gets taken care of right away, ok? Day or night.

Kendall: Ok, let's not go overboard.

Madison: Honestly, I could use the distraction.

Kendall: Right. I'm sorry for what you're going through, too. I know it couldn't have been easy losing Ryan like that.

Madison: Yeah. Hey, people go through breakups all the time. It's nothing compared with what you're --

Kendall: Are you -- are you ok? You look a little pale.

Frankie: You're pregnant.

Madison: I'm fine.

Kendall: You got shot. I think maybe you should go get checked out.

Madison: I actually have an appointment in a little while, so --

Kendall: Great. Ok. Well, then I'll drive.

Madison: No, you don't have to do that.

Kendall: No, I know, I know. I want to. Besides, I have an errand to run at the hospital.

Madison: Ok. Thank you.

Kendall: You're welcome. Let me just grab my stuff.

Madison: Yeah.

Jack: So I heard this case is keeping you pretty busy.

Caleb: Not just hers. I'm doing my best to get you reinstated.

Jack: I heard that. I appreciate the effort. I don't know how much good you're going to do. You know, I'd like to think that this suspension was a little heavy-handed.

Caleb: Just because you went after Hayward? It seems to me you were supporting a local tradition.

Jack: Yeah, there's that, of course. It's just that a few years ago, I kind of stepped off the reservation a bit.

Caleb: And the disciplinary commission has a long memory.

Jack: Like the proverbial elephant, yes.

Caleb: Well, it'd be a lot better for everybody if the guy would just wake up.

Jack: Yes, but then you've got a wide-awake Hayward running around wreaking havoc. Look, I appreciate the help. I appreciate the updates. I'm going to get out of here.

Caleb: You don't have to thank me. Anytime.

Jack: See you.

Greenlee: Looking out over that water, knowing that it was where Zach -- it was really hard, but at the same time, it was also a breakthrough.

Erica: For whom?

Greenlee: What do you mean? For Kendall. She finally let out what she was feeling, not just hating David.

Erica: And you?

Greenlee: Hating herself. Blaming herself for sending Zach to help me. And I thought that it would change things between us, but now she's put up that wall again, and I don't know how to break it down.

Erica: Unbelievable.

Greenlee: What?

Erica: Do you not hear yourself? You're making this all about you. Kendall has just lost her husband.

Greenlee: You don't think I know that? My best friend is drowning, and all I want to do is be there for her to help her.

Erica: You want to help her?

Greenlee: I would do anything.

Erica: Then you stay away from my daughter.

Madison: Thanks again for the ride.

Kendall: Oh, would you stop? With all the slack you've been picking up at Fusion, it's the least I could do. Feel better, ok?

Madison: Yeah, you, too.

Kendall: Thanks.

Madison: Hi. I'm Madison North. I have an appointment with the Ob/Gyn.

Nurse: Looks like the doctor's delayed.

Randi: Hey. Hi, Melissa.

Madison: What are you doing here?

Randi: I was hoping to catch Frankie in a break. Madison is a dear friend of ours. Is there any way you could get her in a little sooner? She was just released after a gunshot wound, and we wouldn't want to take any chances.

Melissa: I'm sorry, did you want to see the surgeon or the Ob/Gyn?

Madison: Um, the Ob/Gyn.

Greenlee: Kendall and I have been through some rough times. We've always come out intact.

Erica: Well, some situations are insurmountable. I believe this is one of them.

Greenlee: Zach was my friend, too. I loved him. If anyone would understand --

Erica: It would be you?

Greenlee: Yes.

Erica: Kendall has just lost the love of her life.

Greenlee: I know. When Leo died, I thought my life was over.

Erica: What is it you want, Greenlee? Do you want Kendall's blessing on you and Ryan?

Greenlee: No.

Erica: Because I think that's pretty much impossible at the moment. Every time Kendall looks at you, the wound is just opened. It's ripped open all over again.

Greenlee: I just want things to go back to the way they were.

Erica: Well, things are never going to be the way they were. Zach is dead, and he's dead because he was trying to save you.

Greenlee: And I will live with that guilt for the rest of my life.

Erica: Oh, would you please stop? Stop trying to make this a pity party, Greenlee. You brought this on yourself the minute you brought David Hayward into all of our lives. My God, when I think of that ridiculous sham of a wedding of yours, I want to scream.

Greenlee: Why do we have to keep rehashing that?

Erica: Oh, excuse me. You can't take a little rehashing? Two little boys are going to grow up without their father. Gabby and Miranda without their Uncle Zach. And Kendall -- and all because -- well, I just wish to God that you'd never come back.

Jake: I don't know how good an idea this is. So you come into town acting like a recruiter for Doctors Without Borders?

Cara: I am a recruiter.

Jake: Oh, well, then we are acting like we are colleagues or something.

Cara: You know what? I gave you my pitch. I don't know what else you want from me.

Jake: Answers. Answers would be really nice.

Cara: It's been a long time. Things have changed -- me and you -- so do the answers really matter?

Jake: Considering I stayed up for about a thousand nights trying to figure everything out with a pathetic wedding ring hanging around my neck, I'd say yeah, they matter. I just want to know why. Why did you leave? Why then? Why like that? Were there signs? 'Cause I swear, I didn't see any signs. Was our marriage really falling apart, and I didn't have any clue whatsoever, and you have some guy on the sides, and your truck driver guy turns out not to be a truck driver? He was a doctor who turns out to be in my town now, in my hospital, and then you two roll into town together at the same time. I mean, is it like -- it's a package deal, the two of --

Cara: No, it's -- no, it's -- it's not like that.

Jake: Well, what is it exactly like? 'Cause I -- I'm really just -- I've always just tried to make sense of it. You know? And I think that after everything that you've put me through, that I -- I deserve at least that.

Cara: Are you happy?

Jake: Cara, you don't get to ask me that.

Cara: I've been thinking a lot about our time together in the field. How fearless you were. I can't count how many times you went into places that I was so sure that you wouldn't come back from. But you did. And when you did, you always had this huge grin on your face. The high after saving who knows how many lives. And you'd look at me and you would say, "Reckless abandon."

Jake: Well, I don't live like that anymore.

Cara: I can see that.

Jake: Yeah? What else do you think you see?

Cara: Things change.

Jake: Right. Whether we ever wanted that or not.

Singer: Let you take your chances with your loaf of bread life can slowly end up being a series of mistakes

Amanda: Hey.

Jake: Hi.

Amanda: Want to introduce me to your friend?

Griffin: What are you doing here?

Kendall: Nothing. I -- I just -- I wanted to see if there was any change, I guess.

Griffin: Yeah, I told you to stay away from this room.

Kendall: I didn't come here to hurt him.

Griffin: No, not this time, but last time, let's not forget, I caught you with a pillow in your hands.

Kendall: You haven't told anyone, have you?

Griffin: No. But you keep showing up like this, I might not have a choice.

Kendall: Well, I wasn't in my right mind that day. You said so yourself.

Griffin: Well, what about now? You in your right mind now, Kendall?

Kendall: None of this is right, ok? My mother could still go to prison -- prison -- for saving someone's life. My husband is still gone forever. And this guy, what is he doing? He's -- he's sleeping, and he needs to pay for what he's done.

Griffin: Ok. All right. Ok, come on. Let's go.

Caleb: Hey, hey, hey -- whoa. What's going on here?

Randi: I'm sure the doctor's going to see you, like, in any minute.

Madison: Hey, you don't have to pretend.

Randi: Ok. Wait. What am I pretending about again?

Madison: Wait -- Frankie didn't tell you? Oh. Oh.

Randi: Tell me what, Madison?

Madison: I'm pregnant.

Randi: Stop.

Madison: Wish I could, but it's true.

Randi: Ryan?

Madison: Who else?

Randi: Well, I don't know. I'm just asking. Wow. I could wait with you if you want.

Madison: I want. I mean, if you don't have anywhere else to be.

Randi: No. I'm all yours.

Jack: I hoped and prayed that we were beyond this.

Greenlee: It was a mistake for me to come here. I'm sorry.

Jack: Greenlee, wait -- Greenlee! Come on, I can't believe we're back here. You attacking Greenlee like that?

Erica: Me attack -- Greenlee came to me.

Jack: To fight?

Erica: To get my help.

Jack: Oh, well, the nerve of the girl. No wonder you gave her "what for?"

Erica: You want to talk about nerve? Let's. Your daughter -- your healthy, happy, madly in love daughter came here to get me to help her reconcile with Kendall.

Jack: Well, what the hell is wrong with that?

Erica: Kendall can't even look at Greenlee.

Jack: Erica, do you ever think that maybe Kendall needs Greenlee, that they need each other?

Erica: Kendall needs her family. She doesn't need the person who's responsible for her husband's death.

Jack: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. You can't put what happened to Zach on Greenlee.

Erica: I put what happened to Zach on Greenlee and her so-called husband David Hayward.

Jake: Yeah, ahem, Amanda, this --

Amanda: Cara. Yeah, I know. We met earlier. I guess it just slipped your mind to tell me who you were.

Cara: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to seem shady. I just -- I didn't want to cause any problems.

Amanda: Am I interrupting something?

Jake: No, no. We're done here.

Cara: Look, I'm going to be around -- the next day or so. So if you reconsider -- it was nice to meet you. Good to see you again, Jake.

Kendall: It's ok, Caleb.

Caleb: It's not ok with me.

Griffin: Are you and Mrs. Slater related?

Caleb: I'm a friend of the family.

Griffin: Ok. Well, the patient's condition hasn't changed. She doesn't need to be here, and I'd appreciate it if you never came back again.

Caleb: I'd appreciate you not telling her what she can and cannot do.

Kendall: Let's just go.

Griffin: Look, you need to trust me on this. Somebody -- you or somebody in her family needs to make sure that she stays away from this room.

Caleb: What the hell happened in there?

Kendall: Nothing. It's ok. Thank you for having my back. You didn't have to.

Caleb: No, the guy's way out of line.

Kendall: Except he's not.

Caleb: What do you mean?

Kendall: He's right to not want me in there. I did something terrible.

Caleb: What?

Kendall: It's just been so hard. Everything is so hard. I just miss Zach so much that it physically hurts. Do you know what that feels like?

Caleb: Yes, I do.

Kendall: And now, watching my mother deal with this being in trouble for assault and not knowing if it's going to get worse -- I'm so angry, and I have no one to yell at because the person who's responsible won't even wake up.

Caleb: Him.

Kendall: Yes. I hate him for everything he has done, and I just -- I wanted it all to go away.

Caleb: And?

Kendall: So I came to his room and I stood over his bed -- and when I saw the pillow, it seemed so simple. I wanted to make him stop breathing. And I almost did.

Jack: Look, is this going to just keep happening? You versus Greenlee for the rest of our lives? Can't you even try?

Erica: Can't I try to what?

Jack: To meet her halfway. To try to understand what she's going through.

Erica: I'm sorry -- what she's going through? What about what Kendall is going through?

Jack: It's not a competition.

Erica: No, of course, it isn't. Kendall just lost her husband.

Jack: Erica, I know that Kendall is suffering enormously, and I get that, but this hasn't been easy for Greenlee, either, or you, or me, or all the other people that were damaged in Hayward's wake.

Erica: No matter how you look at this, none of this would have happened if it hadn't been for Greenlee's entanglement with David Hayward.

Jack: So what now? For you and me?

Erica: I don't know. I don't know. I do know that I am sick and tired of being the one always asked to bend on this. You say that we're a family.

Jack: We are a family.

Erica: Well, then why aren't you reaching out to Kendall, not just Greenlee? Why aren't you reaching out to Kendall to try to ease some of her pain?

Madison: I can't tell Ryan. Not yet, not until I know what I'm going to do.

Randi: Any ideas?

Madison: None. I'm just completely crazy considering it's all I've been thinking about. Part of me just doesn't even feel like it's real.

Randi: How do you feel?

Madison: Well, a little bit of morning sickness and some dizzy spells. Might as well be a cold.

Randi: Well, then you lucked out on the morning sickness. I had it pretty brutal.

Madison: Oh, my God. Here you are being so nice to me, and I wasn't even thinking about your baby.

Randi: It's fine.

Madison: No, I -- I don't even know what to apologize for first.

Randi: Madison --

Madison: The fact that I made you lose your baby, or that I'm making you sit here listen to me go on about whether or not I want to keep mine.

Randi: It's in our past.

Madison: I mean, the thing is -- you know, I love children.

Randi: You and Emma got along real well, huh?

Madison: She's great. And Ryan is such a great father, you know? He's patient and loving and loves spending time with his kids. It's everything that I never had.

Randi: If you keep this baby, you're going to tell him, right?

Madison: I can't even -- I -- I don't know.

Randi: Have you ever thought that he could help you decide?

Madison: I go back and forth about it all the time. "Tell him, don't tell him. Maybe later, maybe never."

Randi: Sounds exhausting.

Madison: He would do all the right things, say all the right things. It would be awful.

Randi: Would it?

Madison: Ryan and Greenlee just got back together. Greenlee's moved in with him. He loves her, not me. What?

Madison: You're still in love with him.

Madison: I so wish I weren't.

Melissa: Dr. Kantor, the Ob-Gyn, will be ready for you in 15 minutes.

Randi: Thanks, Melissa. Just let me know when the doctor's ready to see me.

Greenlee: Don't tell me congratulations are in order.

Randi: No. Just my, you know, yearly checkup.

Greenlee: Hi.

Madison: Hi.

Greenlee: Everything ok with your arm?

Madison: Oh, yeah. I was just here looking for Bianca, actually. Thought she might be here on some Miranda Center business.

Greenlee: Well, I should get going.

Madison: Yeah. I feel like I should give you my kidney or something.

Randi: Yeah, I'll remember that in case I ever need one.

Madison: Thank you so much for covering for me. And for staying. For everything.

Randi: I could go in with you, if you want.

Madison: You know, I think I need to do it on my own.

Randi: Ok. Let me know how it goes.

Madison: I will.

Kendall: I see myself holding that pillow and it's like looking in, watching somebody else.

Caleb: And the doctor saw you?

Kendall: Yes, he's the one who found me and kept me from doing it.

Caleb: Mm-hmm.

Kendall: What the hell is wrong with me?

Caleb: There's nothing wrong with you. You're not responsible for any of this.

Kendall: But I feel like it's my fault.

Caleb: None of this is your fault.

Kendall: I just feel like everything is spinning out of control all around me. I don't know what I'm going to do if my mother goes to prison. I have no idea.

Caleb: Listen to me. Your mother is in good hands, and so are you. I'll do everything in my power to protect you and her. Whatever it takes.

Kendall: Thank you.

[Erica walks by and sees Kendall hugging Caleb]

[Steady breathing]

Greenlee: Even with you in this bed -- even with everyone knowing what you did -- you, not me -- I'm still getting blamed for all of it.

Cara: Oh. So you got my message about where I'm staying. You're mad.

Griffin: I'm trying to be. For some reason, you don't make it easy.

Cara: I'm sorry.

Griffin: Do you realize that Jake's wife knows who you are?

Cara: I know. I was stupid not saying anything, but you know, there was this photo. She's so beautiful. And then their child and I --

Griffin: Did you see Jake?

Cara: I tried to recruit him.

Griffin: You what?

Cara: That right there is exactly why I didn't tell you.

Griffin: So you came here to see him? Had nothing to do with me?

Cara: Hey, it's always a bonus to see you. I didn't tell you the truth, because I knew you would stop me.

Griffin: You're damn straight I would have. How'd it go?

Cara: Not good. This is much harder than I thought it would be.

Jake: Sorry.

Amanda: For what?

Jake: Just, I'm sorry that you have to deal with all of this insanity. And that's exactly what it is -- it's insanity.

Amanda: Well, I'm not dealing with anything. Are you ok?

Jake: Yeah, I'm just, you know, in shock a little bit.

Amanda: So you didn't know that Cara was here?

Jake: No, she just showed up at the hospital.

Amanda: Well, it must have been hard, after the way things ended.

Jake: I don't know if you'd call it hard necessarily.

Amanda: What was it like, seeing her again?

Erica: Oh, Caleb, I'm so glad you're still here. What happened?

Caleb: What do you mean?

Erica: To Kendall. I just saw her and she just -- she looked so distraught. Did someone upset her? Look, Caleb, she's my daughter. I need to go and help her.

Caleb: Erica, if you really want to help her, leave her alone right now.

Erica: Caleb, I don't understand. I mean, I know that Kendall's grieving. I know she's going through a horrible time, but she didn't just look sad. I mean, now she just -- she looked completely rattled.

Caleb: She's terrified.

Erica: Of what?

Caleb: Herself. She tried to kill David Hayward.

Jack: Hi.

Kendall: Hi. Mom's not here.

Jack: Oh, that's ok. I actually came to talk to you. Can I come inside? I left my coat in the car. It's kind of cold out there. Um, I was just wondering -- is there anything you need?

Kendall: No, I'm -- I'm all set.

Jack: Well, I just thought with Christmas coming and all that maybe there was -- look, I know that Christmas has to be a big deal for those boys and probably the last thing you want to deal with right now.

Kendall: I'll manage.

Jack: You don't have to. Let me take care of this. I can shop for the presents, I can wrap them, I can stuff the stockings. I'll even leave the note from Santa Claus --

Kendall: Jack --

Jack: But I want cookies and milk. And I'm talking about chocolate chips and 2%. I don't want, like, veggies and fizzy water. Santa doesn't roll that way. Deal? Come on. Come on.

Kendall: Yeah.

Jack: Come on. Yeah?

Kendall: Ok. I --

Jack: Good.

Kendall: I think I can do that.

Jack: Ok. Good. It'll be fun. Come here.

Kendall: Ok. Hmm.

Ob/Gyn: No cause for concern. Everything looks fine.

Madison: That's good, right? I'm sorry. Obviously, that's good. So how far along am I? It can't be more than two months.

Ob/Gyn: Your baby's measuring at about 7 weeks.

Madison: My baby --

Greenlee: I'm going to go. I'd like to say this is it -- I'll never see you again. But you and I both know that's not true.

[David moves his mouth as if wanting to speak]

Jake: Strange -- seeing Cara again. Just surreal. You know, but I'm glad because got the first time thing over with. You know?

Amanda: So what does that mean? Like, there's going to be more times?

Jake: No, no. You know how with exes, you think to yourself, what if you see them again, and now I did that and -- it doesn't matter, anyway. Remember, she said that she's leaving town in a couple days, so that's --

Amanda: Did she ask about us?

Jake: She didn't have to ask about us. She can tell that I'm happy. And I am. I am very happy. Don't you ever forget it, ok?

Amanda: I won't.

Jake: Ok.

Amanda: Yeah, I'm late to pick up Trevor. I'm going to just call the babysitter and tell her I'm on the way.

Jake: Right. Just leave one of these, because what if I want to show off to my friends? [Remembering gunfire] Down. It's not exactly the Christmas that I envisioned.

Cara: Yeah. Are you scared?

Jake: No. No. You know, if you close your eyes, maybe the gunfire would sound like sleigh bells.

Cara: Sleigh bells?

Jake: It's ok. It's ok.

Cara: Tamales. That's what I'm going to miss.

Jake: Yeah, because nothing says Christmas like a nice hot tamale.

Cara: Are you making fun of me right now?

Jake: No, no, no, it's good. It's -- I get it. It's delicious. Ha.

Cara: Your turn.

Jake: Well, uh -- I'll miss eggnog. Beautiful, creamy, smooth, sticky-icky --

Cara: Ew. That sounds disgusting.

Jake: No, it's good. Trust me, it's good.

Cara: Hmm. My -- my big, crazy, extended family.

Jake: Yeah. And maybe I'll get to meet them someday.

Cara: Someday. Or we could stay right here for the rest of our lives.

Jake: That's ok with me.

Cara: Feliz Navidad, Jake.

Jake: Merry Christmas, Cara. Merry Christmas.

Griffin: Cara?

Cara: Yeah?

Griffin: You ok?

Cara: I'm good, I'm good.

Amanda: All right then. I'll be right back, ok?

Jake: Ok. Yeah, no problem. [Kiss]

Amanda: Wow. What a sendoff.

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