All My Children Transcript Monday 2/21/11
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Ryan: Hayward helped Annie kidnap my daughter?
Jesse: Before you ask, that video has no sound.
Ryan: It's obvious what they're doing here. Annie wanted to run, and she had no money, and Hayward saw a chance to stick it to us, and so he gave it to her.
Greenlee: Arrest him. Make him talk.
Jesse: This video is not enough to charge him.
Ryan: Well, then we got to find something, huh?
Marissa: Hey, sorry I'm late. I was meeting with a client.
David: A big spender, I hope.
Marissa: Actually, it was Bianca. She's getting a divorce.
David: I'm sorry to hear that.
Marissa: Yeah. She's going through a rough time right now. It's hard to start over.
David: Hmm. You know, it's funny you would mention that.
Marissa: Oh? Why's that?
David: Because I was hoping you'd help me with the rehabilitation of Dr. David Hayward.
J.R.: That doesn't make sense. Annie can't afford to buy any kind of car.
J.R.: Asher, can you get that?
J.R.: All right. Well, I want hourly updates.
Asher: Yeah, but he's on another line right now.
J.R.: Ok. Well, fine.
Asher: All right. I'll tell him.
J.R.: Was that the other detectives?
Asher: But, I mean, you have an army of P.I.s looking for this girl, so you're gonna find Annie.
J.R.: Finally, you've come out of your room.
Colby: Yeah. You know, sorry. I haven't been very social since your psychopathic girlfriend held me hostage, and I escaped from your sidekick.
J.R.: Hey, Colby, get back here.
Colby: I'll pass.
J.R.: What are you gonna do? You gonna lock yourself in your room till spring?
Colby: I guess you're right. When things really suck, you can't avoid it forever.
Trumbull: You're under federal arrest. You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
Jake: Sorry. Is that --
Trumbull: This is none of your business, sir. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford one, one will be appointed to you.
Jake: Sir, you're not dealing with a criminal here.
Trumbull: We have credible information that Dr. Cara Castillo has been traveling under a fake passport under the alias of --
Agent: Carolyn Finn.
Trumbull: Carolyn Finn. Ring a bell?
Jake: Sir, I'm the chief of staff here at the hospital. Maybe we can go down to my office. If there's a fine or something, then we'd be delighted to --
Trumbull: Fine? If these allegations are true, she'll be deported.
Jake: Deported? Hold on a second.
Trumbull: Sir, please.
Jake: How can you allow --
Tad: No, no, no, no. Come on. Come here. Come here. They're here, ok? They can do it, and they will, so for her sake, do us all a favor. Don't do anything to piss them off, because if they send her back to Mexico before we're ready, she's as good as dead.
Cara: Are you trying to scare me? Because it's not working. I belong here.
Trumbull: Passport fraud is a serious charge, Doctor. Either you talk to us here, or we'll escort you off the property and do it someplace else not so cheery.
Cara: You know what? I have valid paperwork that allows me to work here in the United States.
Agent: As Cara Castillo.
Cara: That's correct.
Trumbull: And who is this Carolyn Finn I keep hearing so much about? I wonder what reason you'd have to conceal your true identity from the United States government.
Jake: Don't answer that, ok? Don't answer any other questions until we get you a lawyer here.
Amanda: Tad, what's happening?
Tad: I don't know. Federal government showed up out of nowhere, and they're threatening to deport Cara back to Mexico. We all know what her odds are if they do that.
Amanda: But what about your plan, your plan to convince the drug guys that she's dead, so that it's safe for her to go wherever she wants?
Tad: That doesn't matter. It's not gonna help her now. We need time to set that up. Cara is in a bunch of trouble.
Cara: Please wait. Just give me a second. You can't do this. Please.
Amanda: Go. Help her.
Woman on P.A.: Dr. White, call your office. Dr. White, call your office.
Tad: It's my fault.
Amanda: Why would you think that?
Tad: Because of what I did. I was digging around in Cara's past, seeing what I could find. Maybe I set off some bells or whistles somewhere.
Amanda: No. This is not your fault.
Tad: I appreciate the vote of confidence, but if they send her back south of the border before --
Amanda: No. You are not to blame for this.
Tad: Why? Amanda, is there something you want to tell me?
J.R.: I take full responsibility.
Colby: Is that supposed to be some sort of joke?
J.R.: No. It's an apology. What Annie put you through --
Colby: What she put me through? J.R., I honestly thought Annie was gonna kill me.
J.R.: But you're safe now.
Colby: Oh, I guess that's all that matters, right? Never mind that I was trapped alone with that lunatic wondering how long it was gonna be until she bashed my head in.
J.R.: You can't think like that.
Colby: Have you ever seen Annie like that? Have you ever looked her in the eyes when she's about to go over the edge? J.R., I tried to get away, but she freaked out. I was so scared for my life.
J.R.: All right. I'll make it up to you.
Colby: How? What are you gonna do, buy me a car? J.R., you honestly don't get it. I could be dead. Marissa almost was. Emma is gone, all because of your ego.
J.R.: I thought I had everything under control. Look. I made a mistake.
Colby: Mistakes, mistakes. You seem to make a lot of those because you think that you can handle anything, but you can't. You tried to run this family, but look at it. It's falling apart. J.R., you're divorced, ok? You're dating a psychopath. Chandler Enterprises is a mess, and Scott, well, he wants no part of this family.
J.R.: Colby, that's enough, all right?
Colby: You are in so far over your head, it's actually pathetic, because you think that you can be Dad, but you will never ever be Dad.
J.R.: I've listened to what you had to say. Now it's my turn.
Marissa: I'm a lawyer, David, not a miracle worker.
David: Look. I know it's a lot to ask, ok, remaking my reputation, but, thanks to the governor, I have a second chance, and I don't want to squander it.
Marissa: So what do you want from me?
David: A little faith. Believe me when I say to you that I'm ready to wipe the slate clean, start over, and I really would like to do that with my daughter at my side.
Marissa: Ha ha! Well, I've seen what happens to people who stick by your side.
David: Fair enough, but think of it like this. You've already signed on to be my attorney, right? You also believed me when I told you that Ryan was trying to fake my escape. So I just want to prove to you that you didn't make a mistake, that I really can be a good man.
Marissa: Let's start at a better man, ok? You don't want to raise the bar too high.
David: So is that a yes?
Marissa: Just don't think about playing me, ok?
David: Trust me, I know even if I tried, you wouldn't fall for it.
Marissa: Damn straight.
David: I think we can do this together.
Greenlee: We all know what's happening on that video. David is taking some revenge on you and me by helping Annie.
Jesse: That video was taken before the Amber Alert was issued, and it's an easy argument that Hayward was clueless that Emma was kidnapped at the time.
Greenlee: Can we tap David's phone?
Jesse: Not without a subpoena.
Ryan: I don't care if David gets arrested. That's not what I'm worried about. What I'm worried about is where Annie took my daughter. Hayward is our best lead right now.
Jesse: Well, good luck getting him to talk.
Greenlee: We can force him to talk.
Jesse: Can we force you to leave this to the cops, Feds?
Ryan: What if this was your daughter, your daughter scared and in real danger and, on top of everything else, Hayward is involved, the guy who's made all of our lives miserable? He knows something, Jesse.
Jesse: You know what? You're right. Let's do this.
Tad: Amanda, things are moving kind of quickly here. If you got something to get off your chest, now is the time to do it.
Amanda: All Cara had to do was tell the truth, but instead, it was one lie after another, and then I find out that she still loves Jake, and I love him. I trust him. I know how much he loves me, but I just wanted her out of our lives. It was me. I called Immigration.
Tad: Oh, God.
Amanda: Cara kept saying how she wanted to leave Pine Valley so bad, so I decided to make it happen, but I did not know about the drug guys in Mexico.
Tad: Amanda, Cara could die.
Jackson: Yes. I know something about immigration law.
Jake: Can you get the Feds off Cara's back?
Jackson: Jake, the way you've explained this to me, these are very serious charges.
Jake: You don't understand. She can't be sent away.
Jackson: I'll do everything I can, promise.
Trumbull: Do I need to ask you again, Dr. Castillo?
Cara: You could try.
Jake: No more questions, ok, because her lawyer is here. Meet your lawyer, this is Jackson.
Jackson: Hi, Cara. Jack Montgomery. Nice to meet you. I'm sorry it's under these circumstances. Gentlemen, everything goes through me now, so, if you don't mind, bring me up to speed.
Jake: I talked to your brother. He's in surgery. He's hung up, but it's ok. I got this. Everything is gonna be fine, ok? Are you ok? It's gonna be fine.
Cara: Is it?
Jake: Yeah. Jackson is the best.
Cara: Because they've moved beyond illegal immigration. They're calling me a terrorist.
Asher: Hey, I'm gonna leave you two alone.
J.R.: No. Stay. You should hear this, too. Now, I have taken on too much too soon -- the family, the company -- but that drive to have it all, that wasn't just for me. That's for us because if I succeed, the Chandlers succeed.
Colby: And if you fail?
J.R.: I won't. Have I had a few miscalculations? Yes, but from here on out, I'll be better, and I'll be smarter, and I'll get this family back on top.
Colby: J.R., I love you -- you're my brother, ok? -- But all you talk about is how you're gonna head this family, and I don't buy it, and nobody does.
J.R.: How can you say that?
Colby: Well, you don't learn. You don't change. J.R., what you do, it hurts people, but you don't realize it until it's too late.
J.R.: I've apologized, Colby. What else do you want? You're gonna be all right. Annie is gonna get the help that she needs. Everything is gonna work out.
Colby: All right. You keep on telling yourself that. Just don't expect me to take any more of your miscalculations.
Marissa: First thing you should know, you got a lot of people rooting against you, so you're gonna have to convince them that you're not a threat.
David: Well, why don't I start with some charity events?
Marissa: Ha ha! Yeah, if you could get any invitations.
David: Well, you got a good point there. Well, maybe some volunteer work, right? That's productive, you know, while I'm petitioning to get my medical license back.
Marissa: You really think that they'll reinstate you after what you did?
David: I have to try, Marissa. I'm a doctor. It's what I do. Saving Kendall was --
Marissa: It was a start. It's a start.
David: Yeah, but once I'm back to my real passion, saving lives, even my harshest critics will have to acknowledge my great service. That's a good thing. That's exactly what we want right now.
Marissa: It's true.
David: Yeah. So? Hmm.
Jesse: Got a minute?
David: Yeah, for you, Chief. Sure. Why not?
Marissa: I can stay.
David: No. That's all right. That's ok. We'll pick this up later, all right?
Marissa: Well, ok.
David: So -- oh, that's right. I heard about Emma's disappearance. Any idea where she is?
Greenlee: We were hoping you could tell us.
David: Why would you think I would have any idea where Annie is?
Jesse: Well, she couldn't stay off radar like this without cash. She must've gotten it from somewhere.
David: Maybe she robbed a bank.
Jesse: Right. So we're thinking she got it from someone she knows.
David: Well, then I would speak to J.R. I hardly knew Annie.
Greenlee: But maybe you like the idea of torturing Ryan.
David: Ok. I get it. That's what this is all about, isn't it? Ok. Fine. It's no big secret I'm no big fan of your husband's. Congratulations on that, by the way.
Greenlee: Did you help Annie by getting back at us for getting married?
David: I know you would love to pin this on me, but you're gonna need proof.
Ryan: We don't have any proof. Look. My daughter is missing, and we're kind of grasping at straws here, and every minute that ticks away, she slips further and further away. So if you know anything about Emma -- you know where she could be?
David: I don't. I can't help you, and I have to get going. So I wish you luck on your search.
Greenlee: Why didn't we show him the photo?
Ryan: Because that's not the way to get him to talk.
[Cell phone rings]
Damon: Hey, it's me.
Jake: A terrorist? Come on. That's insane. Cara is a doctor. She's dedicated her entire life to saving people.
Jackson: I would certainly like to see the evidence that supports that accusation.
Trumbull: We've done our homework. Dr. Castillo, a.k.a. Finn, has been through every hot spot on the globe -- Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen --
Cara: I worked for Doctors Without Borders, and those are the places that they needed me.
Trumbull: Phony passports, constant travel, volatile regions -- it fits the profile.
Jake: Jackson, this is ridiculous. Come on.
Jackson: Look. A fake name on a passport is a far cry from being a card-carrying member of Al-Qaeda. You guys are making a hell of a leap here.
Trumbull: Well, there's more. There's a significant amount of time that we can't account for the good doctor's whereabouts.
Agent: She disappeared for months, a training camp maybe.
Jackson: May I?
Trumbull: Here's the dates.
Jake: Can I see? Oh, no. This is right at the time that we went our separate ways in Africa. Honey, you were reassigned, right, so just tell these guys where you went, where you were reassigned to. What? What?
Cara: I should've told you.
Jackson: Cara, if you're planning on telling anybody anything, maybe you should tell me first.
Jake: You should've told me what?
Cara: I'm a cancer survivor, and the time that I disappeared --
Cara: I came out of remission, and my brother took care of me. And I was very sick, and I almost died.
Amanda: Tad, yes. I wanted Cara gone, but I never meant to put her in danger.
Tad: Well, now she is. She's a Mexican national. She's here illegally.
Amanda: If I knew someone wanted her dead, I never would've made the call. What can we do?
Tad: I don't know. I have no idea. If Jake can't convince the federal government she's working more in the United States than in Mexico, they'll deport her by the end of the day. Those people will find her. She's gonna end up with a bullet in the back of her head.
J.R.: Well, thank you for coming.
Asher: I'm gonna head off to the library if you need anything.
J.R.: All right. Would you like to sit?
Marissa: I don't have a lot of time.
J.R.: Work is keeping you busy.
Marissa: Yeah, among other things.
J.R.: Such as?
Marissa: Well, I just met with David. He wants some help overhauling his image.
J.R.: Oh, well, good luck with that. Maybe you should start tackling something easier, like Middle East peace talks.
Marissa: Ha ha! Well, I like the challenge, and if he's for real, then we'd all be better off.
J.R.: And if he's not?
Marissa: Then I'll be the first to know. I've got my eyes wide open about David and all the other men in my life.
J.R.: Hmm. Well, fair enough. Don't forget about the little man, though.
Marissa: Oh, I love that. I go after you, and you bring up A.J.
J.R.: He's our son, and as parents, it's our obligation to move past that anger for him.
Marissa: Do you have this speech written on your hand?
J.R.: Come on, Marissa. We need to work this out.
Marissa: It's so funny because that's what you said when you were hiding your relationship with Annie from me. So funny.
J.R.: Please just sit down. What you and I were building, that was real, ok? It was for A.J. Giving him a happy life, that was our goal, and we were doing that together, and we still can. So hear me out. Please don't say no right away.
Marissa: To what?
J.R.: To moving back in here.
Marissa: Are you out of your mind?
Colby: So how's California?
Damon: It's ok.
Colby: Why did you call?
Damon: I heard about what happened with Annie.
Damon: I wanted to make sure that you're ok.
Colby: Yeah. I'm ok, I guess.
Damon: So what, did Annie just flip out?
Colby: Pretty much. It's all J.R.'S fault. I mean, I tried to tell him that she's a mess. Damon, it's really, really nice of you to check in on me, but I don't understand why you care.
Damon: It's not like we had some huge fight. We were still talking when I left.
Colby: But you said that we were done and that's what you wanted.
Damon: I miss you.
Colby: Damon, you ended it, and you didn't want to go back. You didn't even want to try.
Damon: I don't know anymore. Getting used to life out here has been harder then I thought. I've been alone a lot. I've had time to think about you, and if we could try again.
Colby: Uh -- my battery is dying. I have to go, ok?
David: Oh, hello, Counselor. I'll have the same, please.
Liza: I'm busy.
David: You too busy for dinner later?
Liza: I'm afraid so.
David: Come on, Liza. Take a break. We'll go somewhere quiet. We'll have a nice bottle of wine.
Liza: You know, everybody already thinks I crossed a line with you. What do you think they're gonna think if we're having Chardonnay in a romantic restaurant?
David: Why do you care what they think?
Liza: Listen. I hate to burst your bubble, but it's not gonna happen.
Greenlee: So why not shove that photo in David's face and make him explain?
Ryan: Because once he realizes that all we have is the video footage -- we don't have any witnesses; we don't have any audio on it -- then he's gonna shut down. He's not gonna give us anything. He'll come up with some kind of plausible excuse.
Greenlee: And that's when we apply the pressure.
Ryan: He's not gonna crack. Hayward is not gonna crack -- you know that -- and then we will lose the one advantage that we have, knowing that he met with Annie.
Jesse: Listen. I got to get back to the FBI, see if there's another way we can come at this, ok? We're gonna find her.
Ryan: Ok. I'll call you.
Greenlee: Ok. I know you. You're not just gonna sit back and watch David walk away from this.
Ryan: No. He doesn't know it yet, but he's gonna lead us right to Emma.
Amanda: Please don't hate me.
Tad: Hate you? I just don't know what to think. I mean, it's not like you. It's not like you at all to do something like this, to go behind Jake's back, to call the authorities.
Amanda: Selfish. It was beyond selfish.
Tad: You know he's gonna find out. You're gonna have to tell him.
Amanda: I know. I know. I will. I just have to find out a way to explain it. Nothing I say is going to make what I did any better, but maybe if you just understand where my head was when I made the call -- Jake and I had been doing so well, and all of a sudden, his past walks in the door, this woman that he shared so much with, and I didn't know what to think, you know? She lied about things, and her story kept changing. I just wanted things back to the way that they were. It was stupid, and it was never about putting Cara in danger. It was because I did not want to lose Jake, and I was trying to protect my marriage.
Tad: Your marriage? Do you know what she was willing to do for him? She saved his life.
Amanda: How do I help?
Tad: I don't know, but I think you've done enough. Do me a favor, ok? Don't make any more calls to the Feds.
Cara: As a child, I was very sick, in and out of hospitals for years. Eventually, I went into remission. My mother and my big brother were afraid that I'd be sick again, so they didn't allow me to interact with children. They never let me go play outside. I was like their little prisoner. When I became an adult, they had to let me go. So I went to medical school. They were still worried about me. So I started my own life, and I found my way to Doctors Without Borders.
Trumbull: So you started off in Africa.
Cara: The Sudan, yes, and it was the most incredible experience of my life. Finally, I wasn't the fragile little girl behind the glass. I was out in the world making a difference. I was free -- until the cancer came back, and I had to stay away, but I didn't want to.
Trumbull: So you went into hiding with your brother.
Cara: That's correct.
Trumbull: Is he an enemy of the state, too?
Jackson: Come on, come on, come on.
Jake: All Cara has ever wanted to do was to help people, ok? She fights terrorism. Every place that she went, she volunteered to go there, places that you would never have the guts to go, by the way.
Trumbull: Ok. You know what? Why do I have to keep telling you to step back?
Jake: What, are you gonna do something to me, huh? Is that what you want?
Trumbull: You don't want any of this.
Jake: Listen. We're gonna get whatever evidence you need, ok, and it will clear her name, and at the same time, you know what's gonna happen? We're gonna expose the fact that you're incompetent.
Trumbull: All right, all right. Maybe terrorism was a reach --
Jackson: Great adjustment in attitude, gentlemen. Thank you.
Trumbull: But we still got the doctor on passport fraud, sick or not. That charge is indisputable.
Jake: Well, you can't deport her because if you do, she'll be murdered.
Trumbull: What are you talking about?
Jake: What do you not understand? You have to keep her on humanitarian grounds. Otherwise, her life is in danger. Is it within Cara's rights to ask for protection?
Jackson: Well, the government can offer asylum to foreign nationals who can prove they'd be in danger if they're returned to their homeland.
Trumbull: So who's out to get you, Dr. Castillo?
Cara: The Sudan was already a very dangerous place, and things got even worse when the Latin American drug cartels moved in. There was this one day when these guys came rushing into our camp carrying this man who had been shot. His name was Salazar. He was the brother of a cartel leader. They asked me to operate on him, but I couldn't, because I was in the middle of pulling out a bullet from a little boy who had been caught in their crossfire, and I was not gonna walk away from that little boy. He survived. Salazar didn't, and they blamed me, and they made it very clear that I would pay for the choices that I made.
Trumbull: Is there any particular reason why you were consorting with drug lords?
Jake: She saved a child's life knowing that it would cost her her own. I mean, she shouldn't be deported. She should get a medal.
Jackson: Jake --
Jake: No. This is ridiculous. It's stupid. We have to do something, all right? This is idiotic.
Trumbull: Well, that's up to a judge now.
Jackson: Well, we'll be filing immediately.
Trumbull: I'm sure you will.
Jackson: Gentlemen, will you just give me the possibility that all this woman was trying to do was make the world in which we live a better place?
Trumbull: That woman committed a serious crime. She got caught, and now she's gonna have to face the consequences.
Jake: You're such a waste to taxpayer dollars, Mr. Agent Man.
Trumbull: Ok. You know what, Dr. Martin? You're gonna have to leave right now.
Jake: I don't have to go anyplace.
Jackson: Yes. In fact, you do. Please. Please.
Jake: Jack, do something. We got to get her out of this place.
Jackson: Look. I will file for asylum, but normally, that's used to protect people against foreign governments, not individuals. However, listen. Just listen to me. If you can convince the judge that she is needed in Pine Valley, that she offers a service that is absolutely necessary, it's a long shot, but look. Notice how you've come to rely on her at the hospital, yes?
Jake: Jackson, I've got files on every single patient she's ever worked on, whoever she's helped.
Jackson: Again, I can't guarantee this is gonna work for us, but it's sure as hell worth a try.
Jake: It's in my laptop at my brother's house.
Jackson: Go get it.
Jake: Hey, I'm gonna get you out of this, ok?
Cara: Can't thank you enough, Jake.
Jake: I'm not gonna let you down.
Greenlee: You really think that would work?
Ryan: I think it's the best shot we have to get David to point us to Emma, and if Annie can help us with that --
Greenlee: Yeah. It would be so fitting.
Ryan: You know what to do, right?
Greenlee: Yeah, yeah. I'm ready.
David: I'm already spending time with my daughter. Thank you. Soon, I will be seeing my grandson. I will be reacquainted with colleagues, attending functions, and doing what I do best -- treating patients.
Liza: All right. Is there some sort of hidden camera here somewhere?
David: No. Really, Liza. You'll see. Soon, I will be accepted, even welcomed, throughout all of Pine Valley.
Liza: You really think you're gonna make that happen?
David: Hey, I did come back from the dead, didn't I?
Liza: I got to go. Hey, honey, what's wrong?
Colby: Uh, nothing. I'm fine.
Liza: Well, obviously, you're not. Ok. What's going on?
Colby: Damon. He called me.
Marissa: Well, it is so crazy, because I was looking to move into a place that reminds me of the time that I was almost murdered.
J.R.: I understand your hesitation. Please just hear me out before you make a final decision.
Marissa: There is nothing that is going to change my mind.
J.R.: Well, I do know how much you love Lucretia's apple pie.
Marissa: That's the best you can do? I have work to do.
J.R.: Seriously, though. Marissa, this makes sense.
Marissa: Oh, for you.
J.R.: For A.J.
Marissa: I get it. So Annie is out of the picture. Now you want me back here.
J.R.: I lied about Annie, but I'm done lying. This is about A.J. This is about giving him the stability he needs, so he can wake up in the same bed every morning, so he can see his mom and his dad together, working together.
Marissa: Nothing is gonna make me move back here.
J.R.: You can have your own wing, ok, complete privacy. You're not even gonna see me, but A.J. will know that you're here.
Marissa: No. No. Did I say no? Because -- no.
J.R.: This is a chance for us to be in A.J.'s life all the time, not just when some custody agreement says it's ok. We won't get this time back, and I don't want to miss anything. Do you?
Marissa: How many times have I told you that this house is toxic to me? It's the place where I was lied to, betrayed, humiliated, almost asphyxiated. There is no way that I am moving back in here.
J.R.: Even for our son?
Marissa: I love A.J. I would do anything for him, but this doesn't help him. It helps you, makes you think that no matter what you do, you can get your way, but I'm sorry, J.R. That's not how life works.
Amanda: Hey, how's Cara?
Jake: She's not good. There it is. This --
Amanda: Can we talk?
Amanda: Jake, I really need to talk to you. What are you doing?
Jake: Just pulling up every patient that Cara worked on at Pine Valley. Maybe I can help prove to the immigration judge that's she's worth keeping around as a doctor, that she's a great doctor, and -- I don't know -- maybe they'll let her stay. I don't know.
Amanda: You think they'll go for that?
Jake: I don't know. I hope so. They have to.
Colby: Damon, he seems like he's lonely, and he's been thinking, and, well, he's having second thoughts about our breakup.
Liza: Honey, he is 1,000 miles away. He's in unfamiliar territory. He's gonna settle in, and the culture shock is gonna pass along with the idea of getting back together.
Colby: Mom, it sounds like you don't even want us to be together.
Liza: What I don't want is for you to get hurt again.
Colby: Well, maybe we can fix things. Maybe we can make things work.
Liza: No. You can't. You can't, Colby. It's just like what happened with me and Tad at your age. There's just certain things you cannot get past.
Asher: So I'm guessing whatever it was with Marissa didn't go too well.
J.R.: I'm 0 for 2 today. That's all right. They'll come around.
Asher: I don't know. Colby seemed pretty pissed.
J.R.: Eh, Marissa did, too, but I'll change their mind.
J.R.: Your whole life, people will tell you no, but don't give up. Don't let someone else tell you how it's going to be. You make your own reality, and you go where you want to go.
Asher: But not everyone can do that.
J.R.: You're damn right, but I can. I'm a Chandler. Colby will forgive me. Marissa will move back into the house. That's just the beginning. This house will be full again. I said I'd put this family back on top. That's exactly what I intend to do.
Marissa: As a longtime board member, you know Dr. Hayward's value to this hospital. We're hoping that we can get your support in bringing him back here and getting his extraordinary skills to work again.
Greenlee: Excuse me. Can I talk to you?
Marissa: I was in the middle of something. I'm sorry. Can you just excuse me for a second?
Board Member: Sure.
Marissa: Thank you.
Greenlee: Wow, you're really going all out for your father.
Marissa: Well, when I signed on as his lawyer, we made a deal. I would help him turn his life around, and he would never deceive me again. So far, he's kept up his end.
Greenlee: If you believe that, you need to listen to me.
[Cell phone rings]
Annie: Hi. It's Annie. I'm not sure where I'm going.
David: Annie, I told you to go straight to the cabin. The directions were very clear. What happened? Annie, where are you?
Ryan: She's right here.
Jake: We got it. Well, that's it. This could be it. This could be the thing that really helps her.
Amanda: I'm so sorry.
Jake: It could not have been easy for you to send me off to go and help her, so for that, I got to say, you're an angel.
Amanda: I never meant for this to happen.
Jackson: I'm not finished with my client yet.
Trumbull: Dr. Castillo is being charged with violating federal immigration law, so when I say it's time to go, that's what it is, time to go.
Jackson: Drunk with power.
[Cell phone rings]
Jackson: Thank you, Agent.
Trumbull: Trumbull. Great. Thanks. Ok. Well, that's it. We're on Judge Harris' calendar.
Cara: Who's Judge Harris?
Trumbull: Judge Harris presides over special immigration courts. We're gonna plead our case. You're gonna plead yours.
Cara: And what if she decides on deportation?
Trumbull: Bye-bye. You're on the next plane out. Let's go. Stand up.
Cara: No. Wait. You can't --
Trumbull: Let's go.
Cara: Please. Wait, wait. Just -- you can't do this.
Tad: Take your hands off my fiancée.
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