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All My Children Transcript Friday 2/25/11

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Episode #10565

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Greenlee: I hate the idea of leaving you.

Ryan: Kendall needs your support right now. You got to go. Who knows what's in that box that she got from Zach? I'd love to be there, but I can't.

Greenlee: Ok. I'll be back as soon as I can.

Ryan: Hey. Thank you.

Greenlee: For what?

Ryan: For being here. For just -- for being you. Since I found out that Emma's missing, I don't think I could've handled this without you.

Greenlee: He says as she runs out the door.

Ryan: You've been amazing. Ok? So go be amazing for Kendall.

Greenlee: Ok. But please try and eat something, ok, while I'm gone, maybe? Better yet, take a nap.

Ryan: I'm not gonna sleep. I can't sleep because I might miss something, but --

Greenlee: Still nothing going on at the Chandlers'?

Ryan: No, nothing.

Greenlee: Annie is bound to get in touch with J.R. very soon.

Ryan: And when she does, I'm gonna be ready.

Greenlee: Ok. Call me if you hear anything. I love you.

Ryan: I love you.

[Wiretap beeps]

[Phone rings]

J.R.: J.R. Chandler. Annie?

Griffin: Madison, right?

Madison: Yeah. Good memory.

Griffin: You visited Kendall a lot when she was holed up in here, and I'm pretty good with names.

Madison: Female names or just names in general?

Griffin: Is there something I can help you with?

Madison: No. They told me to wait here, so I'm just waiting.

Griffin: "They"? Scary.

Madison: I'm signing up for the sleep study.

Griffin: Oh, yeah?

Madison: Oh! And since I have you here, I'm pregnant.

Griffin: Congratulations. It's not mine. I'd definitely remember that.

Madison: Are you always like this?

Griffin: Pretty much.

Madison: Ok. Listen, I talked to my O.B., who said that it's perfectly safe for me to do this study, but a second opinion never hurt.

Griffin: A colleague of mine is administering the study. It's 100% safe.

Madison: Really? That's just what I wanted to hear.

Griffin: So signing up for something like this, you must be a serious insomniac or in desperate need of some cash.

Madison: Lately, a little bit of both.

Griffin: Good luck.

Madison: Thanks.

Scott: Hey. What are you doing here?

Madison: Promise you won't make fun of me?

Scott: I never make promises that I may not be able to keep.

Madison: I'm signing up for an experimental study. What? What? Why are you looking like that?

Scott: It's not the one monitoring sleep patterns, is it?

Madison: How'd you know?

Scott: Because I'm signing up for that one, too.

J.R.: Just stick with the plan. Everything will work out, ok? I'll see you soon.

Marissa: Hey. I need to talk to you about A.J.

J.R.: Not now.

Marissa: "Not now"? You remember A.J., right? He's your son.

J.R.: Don't do that. I'm not blowing him off. I just happen to be very --

Marissa: Busy?

J.R.: Yeah, extremely.

Marissa: Wow. Shocker. Just let me know when you can pencil me in, ok? Is he upstairs?

J.R.: He's with Janine watching a movie.

Ryan: So where is she?

J.R.: Who?

Ryan: Annie. I know you were just talking to her. Don't even think about trying to lie to me. So you tell me right now, where is my daughter?

Kendall: "In the event of my untimely death -- "

Ricky: Kendall? Talk to me. Are you ok?

Kendall: No. I don't know. I --

Ricky: You know what? Why don't we put that down for a second, ok? What is it?

Kendall: I think my husband was murdered.

Ryan: What did Annie say on the phone? Did she mention Emma at all? Is Emma ok? Did you hear a little girl in the background?

J.R.: Just relax.

Ryan: Don't you tell me to relax when my little girl is missing because of you.

J.R.: I know what that's like, and I was gonna get in touch with you.

Ryan: Really? Where's the phone in your hand?

J.R.: I was on my way to the airport. I was gonna call you.

Ryan: What about the cops? What about calling the FBI?

J.R.: I know that you don't trust me.

Ryan: No, J.R., I don't --

J.R.: But for some reason, Annie does. She knows I would never have her committed against her own will. She knows that I would never do anything to hurt her. So if there's anyone at all that can make her see reason --

Ryan: You really think she would listen to you?

J.R.: Yeah. She said she loved me before we hung up the phone. So, please, I'm asking you, give me a chance to do this my way. I'll get her to stop running, I'll get Emma back for you, and hopefully get Annie the help that she needs.

Ryan: Fine. But there's no way in hell you're going alone. I'm coming with you to make sure Emma's ok.

J.R.: That works for me. Oh, and answer me one question. How did you know she called?

Ryan: I bugged your house.

J.R.: You what? You broke in?

Marissa: No. No. I let him in.

Madison: Why would you be doing the study?

Scott: To help the advancement of modern medicine?

Madison: Try again.

Scott: I can't cover my rent and eat, and I likes to eat.

Madison: But your job here --

Scott: Yeah, it turns out I get paid monthly, and I got a little time until I get my next paycheck. So when I saw this opportunity to make a little extra cash, have a roof over my head, how could I resist?

Madison: Great minds, huh?

Scott: Great minds. One difference -- I'm not pregnant.

Madison: Are you sure?

Scott: Oh, my God, you're jabbing at my weight? Come on. Seriously, are you sure that this is safe for the baby?

Madison: I already spoke to two doctors, and they both told me that there is zero risk. Ok? Come on. They're paying me to sleep.

Scott: Oh! Ok, I would use that term loosely around here. Ok?

Madison: And that means?

Scott: It's the number one complaint, not enough sleep -- doctors, nurses, even the patients -- everyone really -- and I should know this because I'm the one who tallies up the surveys.

Madison: Ok, I've survived on negative sleep before.

Scott: Yes, but did you have a baby in your belly? I'm just -- think about it, all right? Because you got to lug all your stuff here to the hospital, right, and then a month later you got to lug all your stuff back. Then you're gonna be so much bigger, and it's gonna be awkward.

Madison: Thanks for the compliment.

Scott: I'm just saying that I --

Madison: I know what you're saying, but let's get serious, ok? Not only am I having an issue paying my rent, but I'm also drowning in medical bills, ok? So, seriously, what's my alternative?

Scott: Move in with me.

Kendall: This letter was dated right before the explosion, so Zach had it on the plane with him. It wasn't even in the wreckage. This whole time we thought it was an accident, what if it wasn't?

Ricky: Kendall, what exactly does it say?

Kendall: I don't know. I haven't read the whole thing, but clearly Zach thought somebody wanted him dead, right? Why else would he have written this? "In the even of my untimely death"?

Ricky: Ok. Just take it easy, ok?

Kendall: How? What am I supposed to do with this?

Ricky: I don't know, but the goal is to stay calm, remember not to get that blood pressure up. Why don't I make you some tea so you --

Kendall: No, I don't want tea. I want to know who tried to kill my husband. Ryan knew something was off. I wouldn't even have this letter if it wasn't for him. The investigation's over. It's done. It's an accident. That's it. And now every single thing that I thought was true wasn't.

Ricky: You don't know that.

Kendall: I do know. I will know. These are Zach's last words. No one even knew they existed. No one's even read them except me. Something about a threat, theft? Casino partners -- they stole?

[Knock on door]

Kendall: What kind of threat? Get over here, you guys. Hi. Hi, angels! Ok, listen. Aunt Greenlee's here. I want you guys to go and play with Revered Torres, ok? Go say hi to him, yeah!

Greenlee: Hey. Ryan told me about Zach's things.

Kendall: I'm so glad you're here.

Greenlee: Me, too. You ok? Did you open it?

Kendall: Yeah. I don't know. I'm all over the place right now, but, Greenlee, I think something huge was going on.

[Lockbox falls]

Ricky: Boys, that's not a toy.

Greenlee: Do you want me to take them to the park for a little while, give you time to do whatever it is you need to do?

Kendall: Greenlee, I --

Greenlee: But I just can't stay that long, because I have to get back to Ryan and searching for Emma, but I want to do everything that I can.

Kendall: Oh, my God. Of course. Emma. Any news?

Greenlee: No. No, and he's going out of his mind.

Kendall: Which is exactly why you need to be there for him.

Greenlee: But I want to be here for you.

Kendall: It's ok. I'll be fine. I have Reverend Torres.

Ricky: Boys, no, no, no! These aren't toys! Ok, you guys have to calm down a little.

Kendall: Are you making a mess over here? Get over here.

Scott: Ok, you've already spent one night at my house, right? It wasn't so bad.

Madison: No, it was fine. That's not the point. You just said you don't get paid until the end of the month, right? And once I pay my whopper of a medical bill, I'll be out of cash, too. Two brokes don't make a right.

Scott: It does if one of them ain't broke. Check this out.

Madison: What is this?

Scott: That right there is your new payment schedule.

Madison: For my medical expenses?

Scott: Yes. I talked to Doris in billing -- who is a very nice lady, by the way -- and she agreed to let you pay in manageable weekly installments as opposed to the whopper of a payment all at once.

Madison: Are you serious?

Scott: I'm very serious.

Madison: Ok, because I've spoken to that woman -- Doris -- before, multiple times. She's not a nice lady, actually.

Scott: Really? I find her quite delightful.

Madison: She probably fell for those dimples of yours, which should be registered as weapons, by the way. This -- Scott, thank you. This is amazing.

Scott: No, no. Hey, listen. So now I just wanted to show you. All right, with the savings that you're gonna have with all the medical stuff, right, you'll be able to come up with your half of the rent.

Madison: Yeah, or more maybe.

Scott: And then I will also come up with my half of the rent, and -- which means we will both be able to have enough money to stay at my place until we both get our next paychecks, right? And then if you just put this, with a little extra for food.

Madison: Very little, huh?

Scott: That could still buy plenty of apples, you know?

Madison: And lemonade.

Scott: Lemonade. Of course, lemonade.

Madison: Ok, but there's one thing we're not talking about here, and that's you and me living together.

Scott: As roomies. There's no monkey business here. This is strictly a business arrangement, that's all. We can make this work.

Madison: I know we can.

Scott: Really?

Madison: Why do you sound so surprised?

Scott: Sometimes you're a little reluctant to let me help you.

Madison: Yeah, because I hate feeling like some charity case. But now I know that you need my help as much as I need yours.

J.R.: How could you do that? How could you go behind my back?

Marissa: Maybe if you gave us a reason to trust you, but you didn't.

Ryan: No, no. And now my little girl is missing, and she's God knows where with a woman who has completely and totally lost her mind.

J.R.: I know that you don't trust me, but I'm hoping that that will change. I'll do whatever it takes to change.

Ryan: You always do, J.R.

J.R.: I'm sorry, guys. I'm sorry for my part in this entire mess, all of it. If I could go back --

Ryan: We can't go back, right? We got to go forward. So let's stop wasting time. Let's find my little girl, ok?

Marissa: You know where they are?

J.R.: Canada.

Ryan: They left the country?

J.R.: Yes. We were gonna meet at a honeymoon suite outside of Montréal. Annie still has a couple more hours worth of driving, so if we leave now --

Ryan: We could beat them there.

J.R.: Yeah. The jet's fueled. It's ready to go.

Ryan: Let's go. Let's do this.

Ricky: I'm so sorry, guys. I tried to tell them --

Kendall: No, it's all right. Listening is not their best event. Hey, Ian, Spiky? Will you guys listen to me for one second? Those things that you were throwing around? They belonged to Daddy Zach, which makes them very special. Ok? So we need to treat them very carefully, and no more playing with those things, ok? Do you understand?

Spike: Sorry, Mom.

Kendall: It's ok, honey. You don't have to be sorry. Now you know for next time, right? Right? Right.

Spike: Yeah.

Greenlee: Kendall, what time is it?

Kendall: It's nap time. That's right, you guys, it's nap time.

Greenlee: Do you guys mind if I tuck you in?

Spike: Yeah!

Greenlee: Yeah?

Kendall: All right. All right. You guys go. Sleep well.

Ricky: All right. Here. Let me help with this.

Kendall: Thank you.

Ricky: Those boys -- they got a lot of energy, huh?

Kendall: Yes, they do. At least nothing was damaged.

Ricky: What are you looking for?

Kendall: Zach's letter. It was right here on the table. It's gone.

Ricky: All right. Just relax. The boys were throwing everything around. We'll find it. It's got to be around here someplace.

Kendall: No. I need to find that letter. There was important stuff in it. Zach obviously had something important to tell me.

Ricky: Oh, wait, wait. Aha.

Kendall: You find it?

Ricky: Here it is under the couch. Told you.

Kendall: Thank you. Thank you.

Greenlee: Hey, is everything ok?

Kendall: Yeah.

Greenlee: Is that Zach's letter?

Kendall: I haven't read the whole thing yet.

Greenlee: Take your time. There's no rush.

[Phone rings]

Greenlee: It's Ryan. Annie and Emma are in Canada. He's getting on a plane.

Kendall: Go.

Greenlee: But the letter.

Kendall: I can handle the letter.

Greenlee: Are you sure?

Kendall: Yes, Greenlee. Go now. Ryan needs you.

Greenlee: Will you stay here with her?

Ricky: As long as she needs me.

Greenlee: Ok.

Kendall: Go. Thank you. Ok. Send Ryan my love. Just tell him to bring that little girl home.

[Phone rings]

Griffin: Hello?

Greenlee: Dr. Castillo? Hi. It's Greenlee Lavery.

Griffin: Hey. What's up?

Greenlee: I was wondering if you wouldn't mind checking in on Kendall today at some point?

Griffin: I just discharged her from the hospital. Everything ok?

Greenlee: I don't know. Some stuff was found at Zach's crash site, and she's going through it for the first time.

Griffin: And it hit her pretty hard. I thought it would.

Greenlee: Yeah, and she was just finding ways to manage her life and manage her stress, and this is a lot on her first day home.

Griffin: I'm on my break. I'll swing by during lunch.

Greenlee: Thank you. Maybe I'm overreacting, but --

Griffin: There's no such thing in cases like this.

Greenlee: So can I ask you for another favor, then?

Griffin: Now you're pushing it.

Greenlee: Will you call me once you see her, let me know how she's doing?

Griffin: You got it.

Greenlee: Thanks.

Kendall: Why can't I bring myself to read this?

Ricky: Maybe you should wait till you're ready.

Kendall: I'm not sure if I'll ever be ready.

Ricky: Whatever that says, whatever you find out, I'm here for you.

Kendall: Thank you. You have no idea how much that means.

Marissa: Hey! Glad I found you. Are you free for dinner tonight?

Scott: Can I give you a call later?

Marissa: Oh, God. I'm so sorry. I totally interrupted, didn't I?

Madison: No. We were just trying to figure out some things.

Marissa: Oh, yeah? What kind of things?

Scott: Madison and I are moving in together.

Marissa: Oh, my God. Wow. I didn't even know you guys were -- not that that means anything at all. I've just been really busy.

Madison: No, it's ok. It's actually all kind of a shock to us, too.

Marissa: You guys must be really serious.

Scott: I don't know if I would call it "serious."

Marissa: Then what would you call it?

Scott: I would call it "Madison and me having a baby."

Marissa: A baby together? So, like, a -- that's a baby?

Madison: My reaction, too.

Scott: Yep.

Marissa: Ok. So I guess that wasn't planned?

Scott: Not exactly, but --

Madison: No. But Scott's been so great coming to my rescue.

Scott: And she hates me for it, though. She does.

Madison: I don't hate it. I just got used to the idea of having this baby on my own.

Marissa: So you guys are moving in together. Does that mean you're gonna --

Madison: No.

Scott: We don't know, actually. What we're gonna do is we're just gonna take it one --

Madison: Step at a time, yes.

Marissa: Ha ha ha! Ok! Wow. He's a really great guy, you know?

Madison: I know.

Marissa: Yeah. And for what it's worth, he wants to be there, he wants to help out, I'd take him up on it, you know? Congratulations.

Scott: Oh, hey, thank you.

Marissa: And, hey, give me a call. I promise I'll pick up this time.

Scott: Yeah, right.

Marissa: I will.

Scott: Ok. All right. It just came out.

Madison: So, you guys close?

Scott: She's probably one of my best friends in town, and I didn't even tell her I was having a baby until just now.

Madison: Maybe because you're not?

Scott: Right. I know. I'm --

Madison: Hey, you've gone above and beyond. I really do appreciate it.

Scott: Right.

Kendall: "Remember to keep up with the Red Wings. Before you start complaining, yes, I know it's a long season. You don't have to watch all the games, just the good ones. And make sure Spike wears my lucky hat. Remember to tell the boys I love them, every day, how being their dad changed my life. How even though I'm not there, I will always be looking out for them. Then I want you to go to our room, shut the door, get in bed, and imagine my arms around you. Feel free to make them bigger and stronger if you want. Are you there? Can you feel me? Because no matter what, I'm with you, Kendall, always. If you remember nothing else, remember that. I love you. Always, only you."

Ricky: Uh, I'm so sorry.

Kendall: No, it's ok.

Ricky: No, I was supposed to meet a parishioner today, and I'm telling him that we have to reschedule.

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

Ricky: Yes, I do.

Kendall: Wait a minute. This doesn't make any sense.

Ricky: What's wrong?

Kendall: The letter just stops midsentence. There's a page missing.

Ricky: Are you sure?

Kendall: Yes, I'm sure. The last page is missing. You don't forget words like "stolen" and "threat" and "theft."

Ricky: Ok. All right. You know what? Ian was throwing stuff around. Maybe he took it upstairs by mistake.

Kendall: I'm gonna go check.

Ricky: And I'll look down here.

Kendall: So I can't find the letter. I searched the boys' room, and I searched their playroom, and I can't find it. I don't know where it is.

Ricky: Ok. All right. We'll find it. Relax.

Kendall: I need to re-read it again. I barely absorbed it the first time.

Ricky: So Zach ever talk to you about work business?

Kendall: He tried not to. He didn't like to bring work stuff home. But before he died, his casino partners -- I told you. He was -- he had a lot of problems.

Ricky: Right. Like they were skimming money or something?

Kendall: Yeah. They put a lot of pressure on Zach. They didn't want him to sell the casinos, because they'd lose their income.

Ricky: Income that wasn't theirs to begin with.

Kendall: Yes. I guess they weren't too concerned about that detail. I'm still hoping that I can sell them myself and without having any problems. I just cannot believe this is happening. I finally inch towards a normal place, and then this. If those people wanted him dead, if they had anything to do with his plane exploding -- I need to find this letter! I've got to find it!

Ricky: Ok. All right. It's got to be around here someplace. Don't worry. We'll find it. Just keep looking.

Kendall: What is this? Is this -- I found it. I found it. It's a little crumpled up, but I -- I found it. Whew. Thank you. Thank you for humoring me and helping me, and I couldn't have done this without you. Ok. Now go meet with that parishioner.

Ricky: No. I'm happy to stick around.

Kendall: I appreciate that, I really do, but I think you've wasted enough of your day being here with me.

Ricky: What? Spending time with you is never a waste.

Kendall: Thank you. Thank you so much. Hmm. I would've fallen apart if you weren't here.

Ricky: Then I guess it's a good thing that I was, huh?

Kendall: Mm-hmm.

Ricky: Ok.

Kendall: Ok.

[Scott and Madison carry lots of boxes into his apartment]

Scott: Ha ha ha!

Madison: Last one.

Scott: All righty. Ooh! Ha ha ha ha ho! All right. Looks good. What? You don't think so?

Madison: If the look you're going for is minor bomb explosion, I guess it looks great.

Scott: Come on. It's ok. This is what we're gonna do. We're gonna get down to the important stuff. Two people, one bed. Who will get it? How we gonna do this? Rock, paper, scissors?

Madison: It's your room.

Scott: I'm joking. Obviously you get the bed.

Madison: Why obviously?

Scott: Because you are with child.

Madison: I hate that expression.

Scott: What? All right. Now that I know that, I'll make sure I use it more often. No, seriously, I want you to know something. I am so cool with this couch.

Madison: Yeah, for, like, a night or a week even, but we don't know how long I'm gonna be here.

Scott: Madison, are you forgetting about my last sleeping arrangement? Ok, it involved a cot with a toilet two feet away from my head. All right? This right here? Luxurious.

Madison: Thank you. So what's the closet situation? Just the one?

Scott: Just the one.

Madison: I don't have a storage locker.

Scott: I don't have a lot of stuff, so I can make space.

Madison: I have, like, 10 times as much of everything as you have. This is crazy. I don't need all this stuff.

Scott: As long as you don't get rid of this box here, ok? This was the one with the toys and books and a couple soft blankies there. That's so nice. Is that yours when you were a little kid? Yeah? You know we have to save this for the baby? You know that, right?

Madison: Where are we gonna put it?

Scott: You know what? I have a locker down at the hospital. We can just keep it there. Right? Ok.

Madison: So here we are.

Scott: Here we are.

Madison: So what do we do now?

Scott: All right, look. This right here? I am not gonna be here much longer, ok? I promise.

Madison: I know.

Scott: Listen. Prison -- it knocked me down a few pegs -- a few hundred pegs. All right? But I knew once I got out, I am gonna work my way up. Ok? Nothing is gonna keep me down. I'm gonna do whatever it takes to get my life back on track. All right? Before you know it, I am gonna be somewhere. We will be somewhere.

Ryan: I hate that we had to leave J.R. down in the lobby.

Greenlee: He seemed pretty legit about wanting to help.

Ryan: Yeah? It's called guilt. He knows the only reason this is all happening is because he didn't let us know that Annie was starting to spin out of control.

Greenlee: You think we'd be better off without him?

Ryan: No, I don't, because Annie trusts him. As long as she trusts him, we got to use that to our advantage.

Greenlee: Listen. This is all gonna work out. I know it. It's weird, isn't it? You, me, honeymoon suite. Not exactly what we had in mind.

Ryan: Uh-uh. I'm sorry.

Greenlee: Don't be. Once Emma is back home and safe, we have all the time in the world for honeymoons.

Ryan: Plural? More than one?

Greenlee: I think we deserve it. Don't you?

Ryan: We do. Any word?

J.R.: She left a message at the front desk.

Ryan: When?

J.R.: Just before we got here. She and Emma are about 20 minutes away.

Greenlee: So she'll be here soon.

J.R.: Listen, Ryan. We're gonna get your daughter back.

Ryan: You're damn straight we are.

[Knock on door]

J.R.: You're welcome.

Ryan: She should be here by now.

[Knock on door]

Kendall: Seriously? Didn't I just leave you?

Griffin: I got a call.

Kendall: Greenlee?

Griffin: She's worried. So let me do my thing. If everything checks out, I'll be on my way.

Kendall: Now is not the best time.

Griffin: The letter. I heard. Have a seat. Lift up your sleeve.

Kendall: When are people gonna start treating me like normal again?

Griffin: Do you feel normal?

Kendall: Not even close.

Griffin: See? That's what I'm talking about.

Kendall: You really have to do this?

Griffin: I do. Just be patient with me, please. Be a good patient.

Kendall: I'm gonna try. Ahem. Am I living?

Griffin: Your B.P. is a little elevated.

Kendall: Please don't send me back to the hospital, please? I just got out.

Griffin: It's not that elevated. So the letter really pulled a number on you, huh?

Kendall: I haven't read the whole thing yet. But once I do, and I figure things out, I think this could change everything.

Griffin: "Change everything"? What does that mean?

Kendall: "Dear Kendall, in the event of my untimely death, there are some things I need you to know."

Scott: Penny for your thoughts?

Madison: Like you have a penny to spare.

Scott: Hey. That's a good point. Heh heh.

Madison: It's just weird how things change in life. It wasn't that long ago when Ryan gave me keys to his place, and now here I am, crashing with you.

Scott: And you're knocked up and nearly broke.

Madison: Gee, thanks.

Scott: I thought we were talking about change and -- you know.

[Phone rings]

Scott: Where's that -- oh.

Madison: It's over there somewhere.

Scott: Ooh. Here you go.

Madison: "Unknown number"? What do you think? Telemarketer?

Scott: You'll never know if you don't answer.

Madison: Hello?

Emma: Madison?

Madison: Emma?

Emma: I didn't know who else to call.

Madison: I'm so glad you did. Emma, sweetie, where are you?

Emma: Mommy said we couldn't stay at the fancy hotel.

Madison: Emma, does your mom know that you're using the phone?

Emma: No.

Madison: Have you tried calling your dad?

Emma: Mommy told me I couldn't, but she never said anything about you.

Madison: Emma, where is your mom right now?

Emma: Paying the gas man.

Madison: What's the name of the gas station?

Emma: I have to go. She's coming back.

Madison: Emma, please tell me where you are.

Emma: I don't know.

Madison: Are there signs? Anything? Emma?

[Phone disconnects]

Madison: Ah! Damn it!

Scott: What happened? She doesn't know where she is?

Madison: No. And I can't call back. There's no phone number.

Scott: Ok. All right. What are you doing? You calling Ryan?

Madison: Yeah. I know he's crazed right now. I just hope he picks up. I know he's not gonna expect to hear from me about Emma.

Scott: Do you want me to call him? I can call him for you.

Madison: No. I'm the one that talked to her. He should hear from me.

[Phone rings]

Ryan: Madison?

Madison: Ryan, thank God.

Ryan: What's wrong?

Madison: I just heard from Emma.

Ryan: You what? Emma called you?

Madison: Yes.

Ryan: Is she ok?

Madison: From what I could tell, she sounded fine.

Ryan: Thank God. What did she say? Where is she?

Madison: I don't know. All I could get from her was that she and Annie were planning on staying in some fancy hotel tonight, but now they're going somewhere else. She didn't know where they were.

Ryan: Annie saw us.

Ricky: Thank God for rowdy kids. Otherwise, I might not have been able to get this letter away from Kendall.

Diana: It's that bad?

Ricky: "I have documentation of names, financial records. They account for every dime stolen, along with a list of people who did it." Your name is on this list, Diana, if you were wondering. "This information is stored on a hard drive in our special place. If anything happens to me, I need you to find it, show it to the authorities, prove my partners had me killed. They didn't want me to sell those casinos. They didn't want their cash faucet turned off."

Diana: Ok. How much of this did she see?

Ricky: She didn't get that far, just a few words off the top --

Diana: Which words?

Ricky: "Casino partners." "Stolen." "Threat."

Diana: Is that all, Ricky?

Ricky: Relax. I covered, all right? Besides, I don't think Kendall saw anything about proof being hidden in a special place.

Diana: Any idea where this special place might be?

Ricky: No, but I'll find it.

Diana: And if Kendall finds it first?

Ricky: I'll find it.

Kendall: "It turns out the casino partners were a real threat after all, because they stole something very precious from me -- time with you and Spike and Ian, time I can't get back. I'll never forgive them for that, sweetheart." No. No, no, no.

Griffin: What do you mean, no?

Kendall: No, this is different. This is different than what it said. This is something --

Griffin: Kendall, just relax.

Kendall: No, something is very wrong here. I don't understand how this is different than it was before. I don't understand what's going on. Wait a minute. Is it my medication?

Griffin: I don't even know what we're talking about here.

Kendall: Something is very wrong, Griffin.

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