All My Children Transcript Friday 1/7/11
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Asher: Oh, man.
Colby: Please wait!
Colby: Just give me a chance to explain.
Damon: I'm pretty sure there's nothing to say.
Colby: Please, just give me a chance to explain.
Asher: If you want to be pissed, be pissed at me.
Damon: You really need to stop talking right now.
Colby: Asher, stop! Just go.
Liza: You've got to be kidding me.
Jack: Hello to you, too, Liza. May I? So, you having a good day?
Liza: Clearly. Yeah.
Jack: I'm here to talk about Erica.
Liza: Surprise, surprise. I really think that you and Caleb probably should have tag-teamed on this one, because it probably would have been a lot more effective.
Jack: Why do you say that?
Liza: Comes to my house with a deal. I get a guilty plea -- of course, with a lesser charge -- but Erica goes free with maybe just a fine or community service. And Caleb even offered to cough up the money himself. You know, I came to him weeks ago with a deal, and he laughed at me. Come on, you guys know something I don't know?
J.R.: Yes, I was with Marissa at the hospital.
Annie: You weren't just with her. She was in your arms.
J.R.: That's because I'm in remission. There's no signs of cancer.
J.R.: Yeah. I had my big checkup, and everything's good.
Annie: My God, J.R., that's incredible.
J.R.: Yeah, yeah, yeah, it is. It really is.
Annie: So, I don't understand. Why wouldn't you tell me? I would have gone to the appointment with you.
J.R.: I didn't want to worry you.
Annie: You wanted to worry Marissa, instead?
J.R.: Well, she's the one who talked me into going there. I mean, that's why she was there. She must have had it on her calendar, too. And the hug that you saw? That was just me. That was relief.
Annie: I know that. Of course, I know that. I guess I just wish it could have been me.
J.R.: Me, too.
Annie: I mean, I am the one who saved your life, remember? Not Marissa. Me. What?
J.R.: It's just I know that this has been hard on you, and -- when you start to show it around Ryan --
Annie: I'm sorry. You talked to Ryan about me?
Erica: What were you thinking?
Griffin: I was thinking she needed this.
Erica: She needed this? To get a heart attack to make your job more fun?
Kendall: Mother, please. Dr. Castillo was just trying to help me.
Erica: Help? By dragging you in here to see the man who --
Kendall: There was no dragging.
Griffin: No, just some wheeling.
Erica: Oh, you think you're so funny.
Ryan: Why are you all in here?
Erica: You know something? That is a very good question. Why, Doctor? What kind of a doctor brings his patient in here to have a face to face with the man who killed her husband?
Griffin: The kind who thinks that she's killing herself, because she can't get David out of her head, and she can't figure out why.
[Music plays at ConFusion]
Liza: Can I get another?
Jack: Make it two. Are you all right?
Liza: No, not really. The case that was supposed to make my career, prove I was actually legitimate, turns out to be a complete farce. I mean, good thing for you and Greenlee, but not so much for me. So if I lose this case to Caleb, I can pretty much kiss being a D.A. good-bye.
Jack: I'm sorry. No, listen. I am. There's a lot of pressures to this job.
Liza: Yeah, but you're not sorry. I mean, I go down in flames, Erica goes free, right?
Jack: Thank you. That doesn't mean I want you to lose your job. Look. I've been recently reminded what it's like to sit on the sidelines watching Caleb prepare Erica's case. It's no fun to feel like you're of no use.
Liza: Oh, go, something to look forward to.
Jack: Actually, you do. You just have to look in the right places. I mean, look. We're not that dissimilar. We both love our jobs. We live for our jobs. But there's a lot more to life than that, than owning the courtroom. I mean, there's your friends, there's your family --
Liza: Don't talk to me about family, ok? Not today.
Colby: I am so sorry.
Damon: For which part? Lying to me then or lying to me now?
Colby: No, I wasn't lying.
Damon: Save it. He already kissed you once. Am I supposed to believe this was just the second time? How long has this been going on?
Colby: I swear to you, there is nothing going on between me and Asher. Yes, there was that one kiss, but that was it!
Damon: Ok. That makes me feel a lot better. You were kissing him back!
Colby: What? No, I wasn't!
Damon: I was standing right there! Before, you were all, "Oh, he just kissed me. I wanted nothing to do with it."
Colby: I didn't want anything to do with it!
Damon: But this time --
Colby: I don't know. It just happened.
Damon: Because you wanted it to!
Colby: No, because everything is so messed up between us!
Damon: That's your excuse? No wonder you were all over me before. When I was pushing you to work things out with your mom, you were looking for a fight.
Colby: No, you know that's not true.
Damon: Any reason to go running to Asher.
Colby: It wasn't an act, Damon. I wasn't looking for a fight!
Damon: Oh, so he was just really that good at making you feel all better?
Colby: You know that it wasn't like that.
Damon: Then what was it like?
Colby: I don't know. I was upset, and Asher, he was there for me!
Damon: Right, right, right, he was just there. So if Lucretia had been in the room, it would have been you two that I walked in on?
Colby: Damon, you know that's not true!
Damon: Everything I have done -- waiting tables, getting my GED, taking that job with Liza -- it was all about you! To make you proud of me, to convince you that I was good enough for you! That us dating wasn't a mistake!
Colby: I never thought that we were a mistake.
Damon: Neither did I -- until right now.
J.R.: I wouldn't even talk to Ryan if you hadn't told him about us in the first place.
Annie: It was New Year's, and I was frustrated, and it just kind of slipped out. What did he say, exactly?
J.R.: He knows what happens to you when you're threatened, and he doesn't want Emma to have to go through that again.
Annie: Oh, my God. So now he legitimately thinks that I'm a whack job? And you probably do, too.
J.R.: No, I don't.
Annie: Then why are we even having this discussion?
J.R.: I told him that you were fine. It's just -- ok. I know I have asked a lot of you by keeping this, keeping us, under wraps.
Annie: Yeah, and I'm dealing with it.
J.R.: I know, but you faked getting the flu. Don't you think that was a little --
Annie: I just wanted to see you. I'm sorry. I just wanted to be with you for a little while. I just wanted us to be out in the open for a second. But I know that's not realistic. I understand that A.J. comes first. I really do. I get it. I guess I just -- I get overwhelmed. This is hard. All the secrets and sneaking around like this?
J.R.: It won't be for much longer, I promise. And it's worth it, trust me.
Annie: You really believe that?
J.R.: Of course, I do. I know what we can be together. I know what I feel when I'm around you.
Annie: I wish you would have brought me with you to that appointment.
J.R.: I'm sorry.
Annie: I mean, to think that you were going through that, and I had no idea -- well, you do know if you ever need another donation, I would do it in a heartbeat. No, of course not. I'm just saying, just tell me that you know that.
J.R.: I know. I'll never forget what you've done for me.
Annie: What are you thinking about?
J.R.: I'm thinking that I wish we were someplace private, so I could just kiss the hell out of you. But I probably should get going. Can I walk you out?
Annie: As much as I would love that, we should probably leave separately.
J.R.: Yeah. So we're good?
Annie: We're great.
Kendall: I woke up, and I saw David standing at the foot of my bed.
Ryan: What? How is that possible?
Griffin: It was a hallucination.
Erica: Oh, of course. The medication -- you're on so much medication.
Griffin: Yeah, the drugs have something to do with it.
Ryan: You know what? Whatever's going on here, this cannot be good for Kendall's condition, Right?
Erica: Yeah, exactly, exactly. Come on, l want to take Kendall back to her room.
Griffin: Don't you want to know why she's feeling what she's feeling?
Erica: Aren't you a cardiac surgeon?
[Cell phone rings]
Griffin: Oh, look at that. Saved by the bell.
Kendall: Run while you still can.
Griffin: Sorry if you think I overstepped my bounds.
Kendall: No, no, I mean it. Go. Go. Dr. Castillo was right to bring me here. I have been thinking about David a lot, and I have no idea why. Every time I close my eyes, he's in my head, and I can't stop thinking about him. And it's not good.
Ryan: Ok, so you're having dreams about him or nightmares or what?
Erica: Yes, of course, you're having nightmares about him. You're thinking about him. He just killed your husband. And of course, that's the whole reason why you're here in the first place. And I'd still think that Dr. Castillo continues to overmedicate you. I'm gonna speak to him about that.
Kendall: I'm sure he'll be thrilled.
Erica: You know, I don't care if he's thrilled. This is not something to joke about.
Kendall: I don't think it's funny.
Liza: What do have here?
Liza: Lucky David, surrounded by all the people who love him. You two here to finish him off?
Erica: How dare you just barge in here with your accusations, Liza? My daughter's heart is very fragile right now.
Liza: Oh, so what was that? A friendly, little visit with David? Tell me, Kendall, do you still blame him for Zach's death?
Erica: Ok. Unless you want to be brought up on charges of harassing my daughter, Counselor, you leave now.
Liza: I'm David's advocate. I decide who stays and who goes, and I say all of you go.
Ryan: Tell you what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna take Kendall back to her room.
Erica: Oh, that's a great idea. But nothing to upset Kendall, right? You understand, Ryan? Because the idea is to keep Kendall's blood pressure down.
Kendall: Mom, aren't you coming with us?
Erica: Actually, I need a word with Liza.
Liza: Fantastic. It's gonna be one of those days, huh?
Erica: Liza, my daughter just lost her husband, on top of having a very serious heart condition. This would not be the time for you to come and add any more stress for her.
Liza: Ok. Thank you for the memo.
Erica: It's not a memo. It's a warning, Liza. One more mention of Zach or David --
Liza: Or the fact that Kendall tried to kill him.
Erica: She did no such thing.
Liza: Really? So what was she doing? Was she just trying to fluff his pillow? Suffocation never crossed her mind?
Erica: Are you a mind reader now? Well, Counselor, I think you need to brush up on the law, because you can't bring somebody to trial just because you think they were thinking about murder.
Liza: God, what must it be like?
Erica: What must what be like?
Liza: To be you. Right? To be Erica Kane, the object of everybody's faithful attention.
Erica: Wow, jealousy looks so pathetic on you.
Liza: It's not jealousy.
Erica: Oh, yes, it certainly is, and it's desperation, because why else would you be coming at me like a bat out of hell when you know very well you don't have a case?
Erica: That's it? That's the best you can do? "Please"?
Liza: What would you like me to say?
Erica: That you want what I have: Success, both professional and personal, because let's face it, Liza, you are a failure at both.
Kendall: Ok, Ryan, honestly, I think you should go back and check on my mom. She seemed pretty pissed off.
Ryan: Let's just say it's a good thing we're in a hospital for Liza's sake. How you doing?
Kendall: I'm better. I got to say some things to David that I needed to say. I don't know if he heard me -- he wasn't even awake -- but it felt good.
Ryan: I'm glad to hear that. Is there anything that I can do?
Kendall: Yeah, actually. You can go home. Seriously. Seriously. I mean, I'm sure you have better things to do than to babysit me. Besides, I'm tired. I need to get some rest.
Ryan: You sure?
Kendall: Yes, I'm sure. Thank you for coming, though.
Ryan: You call me if you need anything, ok? Or if you just want to talk, ok? Close your eyes.
Kendall: I will.
Ryan: So I know you're sleeping. Sweet dreams, ok?
Kendall: Thank you. [Opens her eyes]
J.R.: What's up with you? Mall close early today?
Colby: That's not funny, J.R.
J.R.: I'm sorry. You want to talk about it?
Colby: No. Things just blew up between me and Damon.
J.R.: If he did something to you --
Colby: No, he didn't do anything to me, ok? Everything is just really messed up between us. What if this is it? That we're done?
J.R.: Well, then I guess -- that's it.
Colby: Thank you. Thank you so much for the sympathy. That was really nice of you.
J.R.: Colby, I know it sounds harsh, and I know break-ups can be hard, but they happen every day, especially your age.
Colby: My age? I'm not 12 years old, J.R.
J.R.: Yeah, but you're also not ready to settle down.
Colby: Says who?
J.R.: Ok, did you really think that Damon was gonna be the guy you were gonna marry?
Colby: I don't know. Maybe I did.
J.R.: No, Colby. You should be thinking about school and your friends and meeting new people, huh?
Colby: I don't want to meet new people. I just want Damon. That's it? "Oh, no, Colby, you're gonna be fine. Everything's gonna be fine. You'll work things out."
J.R.: Hey, hey. What can I say? I never thought that guy was good enough for you.
Colby: Well, I guess it's a good thing I never asked.
Annie: I cannot believe you!
Ryan: Please, come on in.
Annie: Why would you fill J.R.'s head with lies? Now he thinks I'm sort of maniac.
Ryan: Nothing I said was a lie. I am concerned about you. I'm concerned for you and for Emma.
Annie: There is nothing to be concerned about, Ryan. All I told you was that I hate sneaking around with J.R. Now, you made it look like I'm insane or something. Don't. It does not take a genius to read between the lines. For the last and final time, I am fine. Soon I'm gonna be even better than fine, because once this stupid custody thing is over, I am going to be the next Mrs. J.R. Chandler.
Ryan: I think it's actually Mrs. Adam Chandler, Jr., if you want to get technical.
Annie: Do not mess this up for me, Ryan. I mean it.
Ryan: Stop this, Annie. Stop thinking that this guy is gonna make your life perfect, ok?
Annie: This coming from the guy who almost went to jail for his ex. Spare me the lectures.
Ryan: And -- she's gone.
Marissa: A.J. left this at my place. Dead of winter, that kid has no problem running around without a coat.
J.R.: I swear that boy would go to school in a bathing suit if we let him.
Marissa: Yeah. So, has it sunk in yet, no sign of cancer?
J.R.: You know, I have to admit it feels pretty damn good.
Marissa: Good. It should. After everything, you deserve it.
J.R.: I didn't realize how much I was letting it get to me -- the not knowing part. I was trying to hide it with the holidays, and it was next to impossible.
Marissa: Well, now you have six months of not having to worry about it. You can focus on --
J.R.: My family's legacy falling apart?
Marissa: Maybe something besides that.
[Annie sneaks in and eavesdrops]
J.R.: I'll tell you what, I'll try to give it a shot. Look. Also wanted to say thank you for being there for me and forcing me to go to that appointment.
Marissa: You're welcome. Can I ask you something?
Marissa: It's about Annie.
Erica: So can I get you something, honey, something from the cafeteria?
Kendall: God, Mom, I hate it here. I really hate it. I just want to get out of here.
Erica: Oh, I don't blame you, honey, after what Dr. Castillo put you through.
Kendall: No, he was just trying to help. Spilling my guts was supposed to make me feel better, and it did a little.
Erica: Well, when you say that you couldn't get David out of your head, you're talking about the nightmares, right? Or is there something more?
Kendall: It mostly happens at night. That's when I see him, when I'm sleeping. But this time, I swear, Mom, I was awake, and he was standing there staring at me, and it was like he was pointing at me.
Erica: Well, you know, honey, you are on so much medication, and I'm sure that -- maybe you just thought that you were awake.
Kendall: Ok. So what does this mean, now I'm hallucinating? I mean, it's like I'm remembering something.
Erica's voice: Kendall. Kendall.
Erica: Remembering what?
Liza: Well. So what exactly does your boss have to do to get you to call her back?
Damon: I'm sorry. I have been busy.
Liza: Busy? What, being miserable? Oh. What's wrong?
Liza: Yeah, clearly.
Damon: Look. I'm not up for a shrink session right now, ok?
Liza: Well, lucky for you, I'm not a shrink -- although I could probably use one, but that's another story.
Damon: Liza, I left you alone when you didn't want to talk, so can you --
Liza: Just leave you alone, right? Yeah, I would. I would, except, you see, I have, well, a ton of work to do on Erica's case, and I need the extra hands. And it looks like you could probably use a distraction.
Damon: Ok. Ok. Put me to work.
Liza: You know what? Sometimes work -- that's all we got.
Marissa: I know it's probably none of my business, but what is going on with you guys?
J.R.: Me and Annie? I don't know what you mean.
Marissa: Well, I came by here earlier, and I saw her here, and obviously I was upset, knowing that she had the flu, knowing what could happen if you got sick. But according to Annie, she had some kind of miraculous recovery. She said she's feeling fine now.
J.R.: I'm glad he's feeling better. That way she can get back to work.
Marissa: But what about before, when you were with her? And she was supposedly feeling so awful?
J.R.: I told you before, that was no big deal. She got sick at work. I gave her a ride home.
Marissa: What I don't get is, why does it always have to be from you? Why are you always the one to take care of her? You still have feelings for Annie?
Marissa: I could be wrong about this, but I swear, Annie faked her bout with the flu.
J.R.: No. You think that? Really?
Marissa: I'm that obvious about it, huh?
J.R.: "Miraculous recovery," "supposedly sick"? Kind of tipped me off.
Marissa: Well, I mean, I wouldn't put it past her. Would you? All I'm saying is you might be done with Annie, but I'm not so sure she's done with you.
J.R.: But it doesn't matter, because whatever Annie's feelings are, it's over. I have zero interest in her.
Marissa: Well, if that's true, then maybe you should let her go from Chandler.
J.R.: She does good work.
Marissa: So good she's indispensable?
J.R.: Marissa, I don't see any reason to fire her.
Marissa: You don't see a lot of things where Annie's concerned.
J.R.: Do you trust me?
Marissa: I'm trying.
J.R.: Then believe me when I say Annie's not an issue, not anymore.
Kendall: I keep remembering what I did to David -- well, what I almost did. Sometimes I can't believe that it was me standing there holding that pillow.
Erica: Oh, honey, I just want you to put that out of your mind.
Kendall: Well, I can't.
Erica: Yes, you can. You really can. Aside from your health, there is nothing for you to worry about.
Kendall: I worry about you, Mom.
Erica: Me? Why?
Kendall: Why? New year's Eve, you lost your sobriety?
Erica: Look. I told you that that was just a momentary thing and it's over. That's done. And anyhow, it just was one sip. And I have been to several meetings since then.
Kendall: Ok. Well, then there's also the attempted murder charge.
Erica: Jack and Caleb have that well under control.
Jack: You listen to your mother. She speaks the truth about this matter.
Jack: Hi. How are you doing?
Kendall: I'm feeling a little better.
Kendall: I cannot wait to just go home.
Jack: I'm sure that's true. And how about you?
Erica: Well, I'm fine. If my family's fine, I'm fine.
Jack: Amen, sister. Listen, could I speak to you outside for just a minute? Will you excuse us?
Erica: Sure. Ok. I'll be right back.
Jack: See you.
Erica: So what's going on?
Jack: I was hoping you could tell me. I just had a conversation with Liza.
Erica: You and me both.
Jack: I see. Did she tell you that Caleb came to her with a deal? Or better yet, did he tell you himself?
Erica: No. What deal?
Jack: Well, I didn't get the details, but it involved a guilty plea.
Erica: To what?
Jack: A lesser charge. There'd be no jail time, but probably some community service and an exorbitant fine, which, for some unknown reason, Caleb has volunteered to pay himself.
Erica: Well, yes. I mean, it seems like Caleb is just doing everything he can to get me off and for that, I'm nothing but grateful.
J.R.: Hey. You didn't cross paths with Marissa --
Annie: No, no. I saw her car in the driveway. So I hid out until she was gone. What was she doing here, anyway?
J.R.: She wanted to talk about A.J. -- scheduling stuff.
Annie: Well, know I'm not supposed to be here, but I wanted to give you this.
J.R.: Wow. Look at this.
Annie: Pretty good, right?
J.R.: Yeah. It's better than good. In fact, everything is. Chandler's on its way back. I've got a clean bill of health. I'm about to be divorced.
Annie: Yeah. We're about to have everything we've always wanted.
J.R.: Yeah, so there's nothing to worry about. [Kiss] Mmm. I've been wanting to do that all day.
Annie: Well, then what are you waiting for? Do it again.
Liza: So, my little visit from Caleb Cortlandt today? That mountain man is out for blood. He gives me this story about how he's some big, bad D.A. killer, right? I did my research .Turns out the guy is right. I don't win this case, I could be next. Hey, wait. You know what? Why don't you go talk to Asher and find what he's doing?
Damon: No, that's not gonna happen.
Liza: Oh, come on. I mean, I figured you two are friends --
Damon: We're not friends.
Liza: I see. So, uh, whatever is happening with you had do with him?
Damon: Good guess.
Liza: Look. I know I said I wasn't going to pry or anything, but, you know, sometimes it just -- it helps to talk it out.
Damon: You think talking about it is gonna make it magically better? Make it so that dirtbag never kissed my girlfriend?
Liza: What are you talking out, Asher and Colby? How do you know?
Damon: Um, because I walked in on them.
Liza: Oh, Damon.
Damon: Do you have any idea how that feels?
Liza: Yeah, unfortunately, I really do.
Damon: She tried to talk her out of it. What's to explain? Colby and I, we're done.
Marissa: Hey. You ok? What's wrong? What happened? Hey, I know things are different now, but you can still talk to me.
Annie: Can I talk to you? It's important.
Marissa: Not a good time.
Colby: No, that's ok.
Marissa: No, it isn't.
Colby: Actually, no, I have to go home, so -- I've got things to do.
Annie: Tch. Have a good day.
Colby: Thank you. You, too. Did you really not see how upset she was?
Annie: Oh, poor, beautiful you, trust-funded Colby? I'm not really a fan of feeling sorry for her.
Marissa: What do you want, Annie?
Annie: I had to drop something off at the mansion, and I saw you there with J.R. You tried to get me fired.
Marissa: Take it up with J.R.
Annie: No, I am taking it with you.
Marissa: Get off of me.
Annie: I'm sorry. I shouldn't have grabbed you. I think we really need to talk about this.
Marissa: Talk about what?
Annie: Me and J.R. There's absolutely nothing going on between us. I was devastated when my marriage to Scott ended.
Marissa: Yeah, so devastated that you cried all the way to my husband's bed.
Annie: Ok, I probably deserve that.
Annie: I've made a ton of mistakes. I am the first person to admit that. But I'm really turning things around, and a huge part of that is my job. I am good at what I do, Marissa, and I take a lot of pride in it.
Marissa: It's J.R.'s decision, not mine.
Annie: We both know that he respects your opinion, especially considering the two of you have become friends again for A.J.'s sake.
Marissa: I'm not sure what you're asking me. You want me to talk to J.R.?
Annie: No, I want you -- I guess what I want is just for us to find some common ground.
Marissa: With me?
Annie: Well, yeah, mostly for our kids, for Emma and A.J. I mean, I think we can get along for their sakes, right? I'm not saying we'll be friends, but we can at least manage to be civil, right? You think I'm working an angle.
Marissa: I'm not sure what to think.
Annie: I am not a threat, Marissa -- not to you and definitely not to J.R.
J.R.: I'm going out of town. I want you to handle something for me at Chandler. It's something important.
Asher: Sign me up.
J.R.: You sure you're up for this? It's a big deal.
Asher: Whatever it is, I'll figure it out.
J.R.: You know, on second thought, I'm gonna assign Colby to the project, too. It's not that I don't trust you.
Asher: Yeah, I know.
J.R.: It's just that she's going through a rough patch right now.
Asher: Is she doing ok?
J.R.: Well, she's having some problems with Damon. She really didn't go into detail, but you know --
Asher: It sucks.
J.R.: Yeah. She'll get over it. In the meantime, I'm hoping this little project might help.
Asher: That's pretty cool that you look out for her like that.
J.R.: She's my little sister. Listen. You keep an eye on her. And do your best to keep her distracted.
Damon: I've known something was up for a while now.
Liza: What do you mean, ever since you started working for me?
Damon: No, no, before that. You know, a lot of people, yourself included, think that I'm not good enough for her.
Liza: Ok, thought. I thought that. I don't think that anymore. I mean, my God, look at you. You're a high school dropout, and now you're a lawyer in the making? You've been so hell-bent to turn your life around. You've bent over backwards and busted your butt to prove to everybody, including me, that you were worthy and capable of being with my daughter. You are, and you have.
Damon: It wasn't enough. I wasn't enough.
Liza: Ok, you've got to stop saying that, Damon. Listen. You know what? Maybe you've lost Colby, and maybe you haven't. It doesn't matter. You're still you. You are a smart, capable, hard-working guy that any girl would be lucky to have.
Damon: I don't want any girl.
Liza: I know.
Damon: I have to go.
Damon: No, I mean I have to go. I have to leave town. I know you're in the middle of this case, and I'm sorry, but I can't stay here anymore. I can't. I can't.
Liza: Ok, Damon, wait. Please, please don't go.
Ryan: I got a rather mellow visit from Annie today.
J.R.: She wasn't too psyched to hear about our conversation.
Ryan: Yeah, I got that.
J.R.: You know, I think you're overreacting.
Ryan: Let's hope you're right, for Emma's sake, but if you're not and Annie does spin out of control, I am holding you personally responsible, J.R.
J.R.: Relax. I've got a plan to put her back on track, to put an end to all this stress.
Ryan: Yeah? It better be a good one.
J.R.: Oh, it is. I've got everything under control.
Marissa: I guess I can deal with civil.
Marissa: This doesn't mean I trust you.
Annie: Like I said, I don't expect us to be braiding each other's hair anytime soon. I just think we don't have to be outright hostile, either.
Marissa: I'll do my best.
Annie: Thank you.
Marissa: Why do you say it like I'm doing it for you?
Annie: I can't wait to see what civil looks like when I become A.J.'s stepmom.
Griffin: I think your mother likes me.
Kendall: She's a little overprotective.
Griffin: A little?
Kendall: For whatever it's worth, I'm glad you took me to see David. Your methods may be out there, but they work.
Griffin: Well, I got good news. Your B.P. is down.
Kendall: Do I get to go home?
Griffin: I said it was down. It's not where I want it.
Kendall: Ok. Well, then you'd better step it up. I'm giving you 24 hours.
Griffin: 24 hours for what?
Kendall: To get me sprung, because if not, I'm signing myself out. I don't care what my blood pressure is.
Erica: I would give anything to see David Hayward just rot in that bed.
Jack: Well, while I share that sentiment, it would complicate your case considerably.
Erica: I just care about Kendall.
Colby: Asher, what are you doing here?
Asher: I'm just going over some work.
Colby: No. After what happened, I thought you would be gone.
Asher: I'm not going anywhere.
Damon: I don't want to leave town.
Liza: Then don't.
Damon: Like I have a choice, Liza. Damn it.
Liza: Come here. I know. I know. Oh, God, I wish this could be different. I wish there was something I could do.
[Damon and Liza kiss]
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