All My Children Transcript Wednesday 2/9/11
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Annie: Morning! Were you able to get some sleep?
Colby: Please, Annie! Please, please let me go! Please!
Annie: No, no. And have you blabbing to the cops and J.R. about me? I don't think so.
Colby: People are gonna start to wonder where I am, Annie. You can't keep me here forever.
Annie: I thought of that, which is why I got up extra early this morning, and I sent out some text messages from your cell phone as you. So everybody thinks that you're having a wonderful time with your father, and Adam thinks that you canceled. So do you see? No one's going to know that you're missing. All I ever asked of you was a little friendship, but you just never gave me a chance.
Colby: I'll be your friend, Annie. I will, ok? Just please let me go. Please!
J.R.: Here's a list of things I want you to handle while I'm gone. Hopefully this gets me and Annie back on track.
Asher: Have a blast, man.
J.R.: I plan to.
Colby's voice: Hi. This is Colby. Please leave a message after the beep.
[Voice mail beeps]
Asher: Hey, Colby. It's me, Asher. I just got your text. So you're in New York? I thought it was Chicago. Is something going on or -- anyway, call me back. Ok?
Tad: You going somewhere?
J.R.: For a couple of days. Why?
Tad: I assume you've heard about Kendall's emergency surgery?
J.R.: Yeah. I heard that she was in an ambulance that was in an accident. Is she gonna be ok?
Tad: It was touch and go for a while, but she'll be ok. The police have some questions they want to ask you about the accident.
J.R.: Me? Why?
Tad: J.R., they were able to trace the car that plowed into that ambulance. They know it was one of yours.
Jake: I see you.
Cara: Hi. Yeah. Morning. Sorry. Just -- that was --
Jake: Go on by if you'd like to go by. It's fine.
Cara: I was just gonna see Kendall.
Jake: That's where I'm going, also, to Kendall's, yeah.
Cara: This is weird.
Jake: It's not as weird as finding out that your whole past is a lie.
Griffin: Morning. Your labs are encouraging. You seem to be responding to the meds well.
Kendall: Hmm. I'm onto you, Dr. Castillo. You pretend to be all business, no personal involvement with your patients -- blah, blah, blah -- but it's all a lie. You did everything you could to keep me alive.
Griffin: That's what doctors do.
Kendall: But what they don't do is make promises like you did. You looked me in the eye and you promised you wouldn't let me die.
Griffin: I was just playing the odds.
Kendall: You don't fool me, Griffin. Not anymore.
Ryan: Ok. I got my keys. I got Spike's picture he drew for Kendall. What about the flowers?
Greenlee: I already ordered them. They'll be sent to Kendall's room this afternoon.
Ryan: That's great. Ok. Good. Let's hit the road.
Greenlee: Hey, wait a minute. I need to ask you something.
Greenlee: So Kendall is not gonna be well enough to come to our wedding.
Ryan: Probably not.
Greenlee: Right. And I was just hoping that we could postpone it until she's back on our feet.
Ryan: It wouldn't be perfect unless Kendall was there.
Greenlee: No, it wouldn't.
Ryan: And I want it to be perfect.
Greenlee: Thank you.
Ryan: But I'm warning you, if I have to move heaven and earth, I'm gonna put a ring on that finger. Ok? Ok?
David: Hello, Greenlee. I was just calling to wish you luck for your wedding.
Greenlee: David. Where are you?
David: In Pine Valley.
Greenlee: But I thought you were --
David: In prison? I guess you haven't heard the good news. The governor has granted me a full pardon.
Greenlee: A pardon?
David: Yeah, that's right. Look, why don't you come down to the police station, pay me a visit, and we'll talk all about it.
Tad: You're not going anywhere. J.R., please, you have to go to the cops. You can't afford to let them come looking for you.
J.R.: I wasn't driving. But I'm sure she didn't mean it. The roads were icy. She was in a hurry.
J.R.: We don't need to jump to any conclusions.
Tad: Annie? Annie was driving the car?! God, J.R.! Please, you've got to stop this. It's gone on for far too long. You can't protect her anymore.
Annie: Ha. You're my friend, huh? You stupid little girl. I see what you've been up to.
Colby: Ok, ok, so I tried to escape! But wouldn't you do the same thing if you were me?
Annie: I made us some tea.
Colby: No, I don't want any tea, Annie.
Annie: Ok. Fine. Then don't drink it.
Colby: How do I know there's not something in it?
Annie: I guess you don't, but you have to drink something.
Colby: Ok. Ok. I'll have the bottled water.
Annie: I don't know why you never liked me. We're not so different, you and me. And I have come so far. I have come so far, and I was so close to having everything I have ever wanted, and now I am so close to losing it because of you!
Colby: You are losing it, Annie!
Annie: Shut up! I gave you a chance. I said we could've been sisters-in-laws, but you blew it because you wouldn't listen! You would never listen, because you love Marissa too much! And you know what? That is a problem for me. That is a really big problem.
Cara: I didn't tell you what I did to make you feel uncomfortable.
Jake: I'm not uncomfortable. My life is fantastic.
Cara: Nothing's changed, so --
Jake: That's right, and it's not gonna change.
Cara: You know the choices that I made, leaving you to save your life? They're done.
Jake: Yes, they're done. I just have to learn how to process the information -- and be your boss at the same time and let it go all over again. Ok?
Cara: If you figure it out, let me know.
Scott: You've got to be kidding me.
Madison: Can I help?
Scott: Oh, hey. Story of my life. I found a flaw in their billing system, something that's costing the company thousands of dollars a week, and I go to make copies to show Jake, and this evil piece of machinery eats up the originals, spits out inkblot tests. Pathetic.
Madison: You found a flaw in the billing system?
Scott: Yeah, I know. I'm supposed to be entering data and filing, but, you know --
Madison: Yeah, you can't help yourself.
Scott: I can't. I just can't. And I have a few suggestions for the vending machines, too, so --
Madison: You are an animal! Hey?
Madison: It's not pathetic what you're doing, you know? It's not gonna be forever.
Scott: I know. Thank you for saying that. And I'm truly grateful to be out of prison, I am, but I got to find another way to make some real money. You know?
Jake: I hope your way isn't the easy way.
Scott: Hey, Jake. What's up?
Jake: Stolen drugs -- you know anything about that?
David: What took you so long?
Greenlee: What's this?
David: A part of my deal with the governor was that I make restitution for my various crimes and misdemeanors. So I'm offering to sell you my half of the hospital.
Ryan: Can I see that?
David: I'm sure even you will see that it's a fair deal.
Greenlee: What else do you want?
David: I was hoping you might put in a good word for me to help me get my medical license back.
Ryan: And why the hell would she do that?
David: Because at the end of the day, I'm an exceptionally gifted physician who helped save her best friend's life.
Greenlee: After destroying it.
David: Helping with Kendall's surgery made me realize how much I miss being a doctor. That's all I want, Greenlee, to be a doctor again, not some hospital administrator pining away for a woman who's already rejected me.
Griffin: You just wait until those meds wear off. You won't be talking like this.
Kendall: Why is it so hard for you to accept the fact that you made this personal?
Griffin: Because that's not how I work.
Kendall: But it's probably the reason I'm still alive. You stood next to me in the dark, and you made me feel safe.
Griffin: You're alive because of my talent and my training.
Kendall: Ok. Fine. All right. We'll leave it at that. So thank you for your talent and your training, and the part you pretend doesn't exist.
Rev. Torres: How is the patient?
Griffin: She's doing much better.
Ryan: So what is this, the new and improved David Hayward? Because I'm not buying it.
David: I will always love you, Greenlee, and I will always cherish the time that we shared together. But I can't do this anymore. I don't know. Maybe it took a bullet in my back for me to wake up, for me to realize what I was doing to my life, to you. So I have to put a stop to it. I don't want to end up in jail or dead, so I have to let you go.
Greenlee: Then congratulations on your freedom, David.
Greenlee: I don't want to spend the rest of my life, our lives, worrying about whether or not he goes to prison. It doesn't matter anymore. All I'll see when I look at you is a reminder of how happy my life is with Ryan. So thank you, David. What a wonderful wedding present you've given me today.
David: All I ever wanted was for you to be happy.
Greenlee: That's not true. But now I am, with the man I love.
Ryan: He's still trouble.
Greenlee: Maybe. But only because I let him hurt us, because I felt like I owed him for saving my life. Now that debt has been paid in full.
Scott: What do I have to do with drugs that disappeared from the hospital?
Jake: Nothing, I hope.
Scott: But you're accusing me anyway?
Jake: I am questioning everybody.
Scott: Starting with a convicted felon, right?
Jake: The last shipment that was stolen was 3 nights ago. Were you working 3 nights ago?
Scott: Are you -- no. Actually, that is the night I like to steal nickels and dimes off of church collection plates.
Madison: He was with me.
Madison: Remember? We were watching a movie at my place. It was a romantic comedy. Scott was very nice to endure that for me. Want to know the name of it?
Jake: That's not necessary.
Madison: Then we ate some pizza. Pepperoni, pineapple --
Jake: Got it. Thank you very much, Madison.
Scott: Unbelievable. Why did you do that?
Madison: Because Jake was hassling you, and I didn't like it. Anyway, I know you didn't steal any drugs.
Scott: How can you be so sure? After all, I am a thief.
Cara: Kendall's looking pretty good.
Griffin: Considering yesterday she was getting a meatball surgery in the back of an --
Cara: Overturned ambulance. I got it, ok? You can stop with the bragging.
Jake: He can't help himself.
Griffin: I heard you know everything about Africa.
Griffin: So we're good?
Cara: Two children didn't lose their mother yesterday. People wonder why we want to be doctors.
Kendall: Thank you so much for coming to visit me and the flowers and for making me smile. It feels good.
Rev. Torres: It's part of the job. And listen, as soon as you're out of here, we're gonna have that dinner together. Ok?
Kendall: Ah. Sounds perfect.
Rev. Torres: Then it's a date.
Rev. Torres: Ok.
Kendall: A date.
Griffin: I need to run some more tests. Do you mind?
Rev. Torres: No. I will check in with you later.
Rev. Torres: Doctor.
Tad: J.R., I'm begging you. Enough is enough. Look, she could've killed Kendall and Jake. What do you think you're gonna do about it?
J.R.: I'll handle it.
Tad: It's not that simple. You can't just fix this.
J.R.: I have to fix it because this is my fault! Look, Annie is the way that she is because I drove her down that road. I can't leave her stranded.
Tad: J.R., Annie is the way she is because she's a fruit loop. What about all the other times she went off the rails? Who was responsible for that?
J.R.: I care about her, Tad.
Tad: I know you do.
J.R.: Please. I'm begging you, don't go doing anything until I talk to her.
Tad: Just don't make me regret it.
J.R.: Thank you.
Tad: Whatever you do, please be careful. You have no idea what Annie's capable of.
Annie: J.R. loves me. But every time we get close to being a real family, somebody gets in the way -- like you or like Marissa. God, he accepted me for who I really am. He didn't judge me like everybody else. Do you have any idea how rare that is?
Colby: I think I do.
Annie: Oh! Ow! You bitch!
Colby: Get off me, you psycho!
Colby: Aah! No!
J.R.: Hey. I'm coming to see you.
Annie: What? No. Not now.
J.R.: It's important, Annie. I need to talk to you about something.
Annie: No, J.R., you can't come here.
J.R.: Annie? Annie? Annie, are you still there? What was that noise?
Annie: I spilled some coffee on my hand, but I'm fine. You can't come here, though.
J.R.: Why not?
Annie: The place is such mess, and I just haven't had any time to clean.
J.R.: I don't care. I really need to discuss some things right now.
Annie: Ok, ok. We'll talk, but I'll come to you.
Colby: What are you gonna do with me, Annie?
Annie: Whew. I will deal with you when I get back. In the meantime, let's see if you're nicer without food and water for a little while.
Colby: For how long?
Annie: I'm gonna go spend some quality time with J.R. Who knows? A week maybe?
Colby: You'll never get away with this, Annie.
Annie: Oh. And by the way, you should've had the tea. I grinded up sleeping pills in the bottled water.
Colby: You're a psycho, Annie.
Annie: Sweet dreams.
Colby: Annie! Annie, please! Annie, please! No, Annie!
Griffin: What are you drinking?
Rev. Torres: A beer. You want one?
Griffin: No. I'm on duty. You?
Rev. Torres: God allows for beer every once in a while, just as long as I don't abuse it.
Griffin: That's good to know.
Rev. Torres: What can I do for you, Doc?
Griffin: You and Kendall Slater have gotten close.
Rev. Torres: Kendall's an amazing person.
Griffin: She's also been through hell these past few months.
Rev. Torres: Your point being?
Griffin: I don't think God would want you using your office to hit on my patient.
Rev. Torres: I wasn't hitting on anybody.
Griffin: Looked that way to me.
Rev. Torres: Even if I was, what's it to you, Doc?
Griffin: She almost died, yesterday. I'm her doctor, so you could understand why I'm a little sensitive about her condition.
Rev. Torres: You are? Kendall's in a bad place. She needs somebody to look after her. Are you taking the job? That's what I thought.
Madison: You are not a criminal.
Scott: I have a prison record that says I am.
Madison: I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about you, Scott. Any man that could be so nice to a nutty pregnant woman couldn't possibly be a bad guy. Anyway, if you were a drug dealer, you wouldn't be living in that awful apartment.
Scott: Oh, really? Thank you for backing me up.
Madison: I should be thanking you, too. I don't know how you got roped into my whole mess.
Scott: Hey, I did not get roped in, and it is not a mess.
Madison: No, it's not. It's a baby. And the further along I get the more real it becomes.
Scott: Are you thinking about telling Ryan?
Madison: I want this to be mine for a little while longer. As soon as Ryan finds out, everything's gonna change. I don't think I'm ready for that.
Scott: Ryan and Greenlee are getting married tomorrow. Does that change anything?
Greenlee: I'm so happy to see you.
Kendall: I am happy to be seen, believe me.
Ryan: We knew you'd pull through.
Kendall: Yeah, easy for you to say. You weren't in that ambulance.
Greenlee: You're just too tough.
Kendall: I'm not that tough. So tomorrow's the big day, huh? You guys excited about the wedding?
Greenlee: Actually, we planned to postpone it for a while -- at least until you're up on your feet, and you can stand next to me like we planned.
Kendall: No. Listen, I love you guys, that's very sweet, but no. I will not let you do that.
Kendall: No, Greenlee. It's so easy for you to say that you'll have tomorrow, but the truth is you may run out of tomorrows. And I won't let me be the excuse for you guys wasting another minute. You have our blessing, me and Zach's, to have a beautiful wedding on Valentine's Day. And this time no one's gonna stop you from saying "I do."
Greenlee: If this is about business, can't it wait?
Madison: Right. Yeah. This can wait. I'm sorry.
Ryan: Everything ok?
Greenlee: It's probably about Fusion. I'm gonna go talk to her. Hey. Have you seen Madison?
Scott: Why? What happened?
Greenlee: She came to see Kendall. Ryan and I were in there.
Scott: Ok. Never mind. I get it.
Greenlee: Listen, it doesn't give me great pleasure to see her upset.
Scott: No, of course not. You're just an innocent bystander in all this -- oh, except for the part where you got me out of prison so I can keep her away from Ryan.
Greenlee: Look, we're getting married tomorrow, and I want my wedding to be perfect.
Scott: Greenlee, do you think she's gonna bust in there, make some grand announcement that she's carrying Ryan's child?
Greenlee: Listen, she has the day off tomorrow. Take her someplace nice. Be good to her. I know it hurts.
Scott: That almost sounded like genuine compassion right there.
Greenlee: Ok. So I want my wedding to be special. I deserve it after everything I've been through, but I understand how this would upset Madison. I've been there.
Scott: I will keep her occupied.
Kendall: So I was just telling Ryan I expect tons of wedding pictures.
Greenlee: Kendall, are you sure?
Kendall: Yes, I am sure, Greenlee. I want for you guys to get married and live happily ever after. And as soon as I get out of here, I will throw you guys the biggest, loudest post-wedding bash you've ever seen.
Greenlee: I love you.
Kendall: I love you.
Ryan: Let me get in on some of that love, all the love up in here. Love you.
Kendall: You, too.
Liza: So your papers from the governor's office -- they should be arriving soon.
David: I'm sorry. What?
Liza: Your pardon. It's in the works. I thought for sure you'd be celebrating. You're gonna be free soon.
David: I don't know if I'll ever be free.
Scott: You know what the worst thing about Pine Valley Hospital is, besides sick people, of course? You go there for something, and you can easily run into, like, 50 people that you don't want to see.
Madison: Or just two.
Scott: You saw Ryan and Greenlee, huh?
Madison: I always see Ryan and Greenlee. I'm fine with it. He loves her. He's going to marry her. That's all fine.
Scott: Is it?
Madison: Look, after tomorrow, Ryan's gonna be a married man. I know that. I'm pregnant. I'm hormonal. I'm not thinking clearly, obviously.
Scott: So then spend tomorrow with me. Forget about the wedding, forget about all of it. You're not working, right, so spend Valentine's Day with me.
Madison: How'd you know I'm not working tomorrow? Did you talk to Greenlee?
Tad: So she didn't leave, because she wasn't in love with you.
Tad: She thought your life was in danger if she didn't.
Tad: So, technically, she really never --
Jake: Oh, my God! Are you gonna --
Tad: It's just -- it's big, right?
Jake: Not really.
Tad: Not life-changing big, is it?
Tad: It's not exactly a stupid question. Let's face it. Two years ago you were dragging your ass through your life because you thought Cara ran off with some other guy. And all the time --
Jake: Hey, I get it. I get it. You know, I'm --
Tad: Now I do, too. Does it mean something to you? Does it mean anything?
Annie: I got here as fast as I could.
J.R.: It's ok. Just relax. Listen, the other day when we were late for our appointment with Dr. Burke --
J.R.: Sorry. This will just take a minute. What?
Asher: Hey, J.R., it's me.
J.R.: This is really not a good time.
Asher: Wait. Don't hang up. I'm at the beach cottage with Colby. Annie locked her in here, handcuffed to the table.
J.R.: Go on.
Asher: Colby found out that Annie attacked Marissa and threatened to go to the cops.
Colby: She's crazy, J.R.! She's crazy!
J.R.: I understand everything now.
Asher: Is Annie with you?
J.R.: Can you just give me a little time to take care of this?
Asher: Yeah. I'll stay here with Colby.
J.R.: Good. I appreciate that.
Annie: Is everything all right?
J.R.: It's nothing I can't handle.
Jake: My life is still my life. It's just that Cara is my past, and it's just not exactly the past that I thought it was. But -- ohh.
Jake: But I have a job to do. I got to stack it -- look. When it comes to the drug theft, just cross Scott Chandler off the list because --
Tad: Yeah, I'll do that.
Tad: Thanks for what you did, looking out after my baby brother. I don't know too many people who would've done that.
Cara: I'd do it again.
Tad: I know you would.
Scott: Ok, listen. Greenlee saw that you were upset, and she knows that you and I are friends. So --
Madison: So she convinced you to take pity on the poor pregnant girl?
Scott: No, Madison. Look, no one has to convince me to spend time with you.
Madison: I hope you know what this means.
Scott: Hmm. What does this mean?
Madison: A guy asking out a girl on Valentine's Day -- isn't that sort of a commitment?
Scott: Heh heh! I guess it is. So I'm committing myself to having a great time tomorrow with a very beautiful girl.
Greenlee: Ok. I've got to admit I'm getting kind of excited now. Have you written your vows yet?
Ryan: No. I am a man of action. You know? Uh-huh. Acciones.
Greenlee: Mm-hmm. You better get on it, because I'm expecting nothing less than Shakespearean poetry.
Ryan: Wow. That's a lot of pressure. Yes, ma'am.
Greenlee: You know you can't spend the night.
Ryan: I know. I know. I wouldn't tempt the Gods after everything we've been through. Parting is such sweet sorrow.
Greenlee: That's really good, Shakespeare.
Griffin: Kendall? Hey. You ok?
Kendall: Yeah, I'm fine. I'm fine. Um, my best friends are getting married tomorrow. And I'm happy for them. I really am. But Greenlee and Ryan -- they have their whole lives ahead of them, and they'll get to do all the things that Zach and I never had a chance to do. So it makes me a little sad, that's all.
Griffin: I'll call Bianca. Let me see if I can get her to come over.
Kendall: No, no. Please stay.
David: Greenlee and Ryan were here. I offered to sell my half of the hospital to her, and I wished her well on her wedding tomorrow.
Liza: But you didn't mean it.
David: Of course, I didn't mean it. I hate that they're getting married, and I hope she ends up miserable without me.
Liza: Ok. So then why'd you say it?
David: Because even I have pride, and I finally learned when I am beat.
Asher: Hey, you're bleeding.
Colby: How did you find me?
Asher: Mostly a hunch, a feeling, I guess. I don't know.
Colby: You saved my life. I have to go.
Asher: No. J.R. will take care of Annie. Ok? Come on. Let me take care of you.
J.R.: You sure I can't get you anything?
Annie: Something doesn't feel right.
J.R.: Why don't we spend the day together, just you and I? I want to make you feel secure and happy. I owe you that much.
Annie: Yes. Yeah, J.R., that sounds wonderful!
Ryan: I got all these notes written down about what I want to say to her. It's just I can't really seem to put them together, you know?
Rev. Torres: All right. Why don't you start by talking to your bride? What do you want to say to Greenlee?
Ryan: Everything. That's sort of the problem.
Rev. Torres: Ok. Just think about the journey you've taken. The words will just come to you.
Ryan's voice: This has been a year of so many changes, the highest highs, but also the greatest loss: Zach, our friend. I'm hoping our wedding will offer a chance to help heal some of that pain, but I know it won't be easy. It's not easy when you have two strong, stubborn people trying to make a life together. You always want to handle things on your own, not drag anyone else into it, until you discover that you're always strongest when you fight together.
Colby: I made a mistake. I thought going to Chicago to see my dad would fix things. But I realize my dad, J.R., you -- you can't fix my life. I have to do it myself.
Asher: I used to believe that, too, but I was wrong. We all need a friend or someone we can count on.
Ryan's voice: There is nothing more powerful in the world than hope. The belief that no matter how many times you fail, this time things will be perfect.
Annie: J.R. will propose to me. He will ask me to be his wife.
Ryan's voice: And even if they can't be perfect, even if we do lose our way, we take responsibility and we do what we can to fix it.
J.R.: Tad, it's me.
Tad: I know. What's up?
J.R.: You're right. Annie's worse than I thought. She needs help.
Tad: So you're going to the cops.
J.R.: No, but she does need medical care.
Tad: As in you're having her committed?
J.R.: I'm hoping I can get her to commit herself.
Ryan's voice: Sometimes your future can hit you over the head when you least expect it, so you better be ready to act or you might lose out. And sometimes that future is filled with a lot of bumps along the road, but if you know which way you're headed, you can always find your way.
Madison: Yeah, hi, um -- I'm canceling my day off. I will be at work tomorrow.
Ryan's voice: But the true test, the one we face over and over again, is no matter how many times you get knocked down you get back up again. That has been our strength. It has gotten us through the worst and will get us through the rest no matter what. What did you used to tell me? "God laughs at those who make plans." Well, we didn't plan any of this, yet here we are at least, on the verge of happily ever after.
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