All My Children Transcript Tuesday 3/22/11
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Erica: So I can't convince you to stay for just one extra cup of coffee?
Jack: Maybe back at home, where the bed hasn't cooled down yet. I'll talk to you later. You do know how much I love you, right? Mm. Ah, Caleb. Nice to see you.
Caleb: You look happy. Did you win the lottery?
Jack: Yeah, I guess I did. And it makes me very happy. Excuse me.
Erica: He's happy.
Liza on computer: Lock up your boys --
Liza: I was just looking for you.
David: Liza. How are you?
Liza: Complicated question these days. What were you just looking at?
David: I was just checking my e-mails.
Liza: I have a feeling it's a little juicier than that.
Liza on computer: I'm out here, and I am looking for a good time. Come on. Judge. Judge all you want. You want to give me bad looks? You want to give me snickers? Just do it. You know why? Because I don't give a damn. I don't give a damn because this is who I am.
Erica: So I know that you're on board with my idea to bring Cortlandt Electronics into modern times, but we need to create a little buzz.
Caleb: Buzz? That's your department.
Erica: I can't do it alone.
Caleb: What do you want me to do?
Erica: Actually, I've been thinking. I've been thinking about bringing some new blood in. Namely, your son.
Caleb: Asher doesn't want to work with me.
Erica: Have you even thought about my idea as to how best to get through to him?
Caleb: Through Colby?
Caleb: Yeah, I've thought about it.
Caleb: Worst idea I've ever heard.
Colby: J.R., I have been texting you all morning.
J.R.: We were in a meeting.
Colby: You guys are not gonna believe this. Not only has my page gotten, like, a gazillion hits, but two companies, really big companies, want to sponsor me.
J.R.: What do you mean want to sponsor you?
Colby: Well, they're gonna pay me to, like, represent them. I've even had agents contact me. They want to handle me.
J.R.: I hope you told them no.
Colby: Well, I thought I owed it to my brother not to return their phone calls.
J.R.: That was a good idea.
Colby: Because I am giving Chandler Enterprises first crack at my Vlog.
Colby: You know, keeping it in the family, right?
J.R.: Colby, I just saw your latest post, the one where you sliced up Liza again? Now, as far as any other company or Chandler sponsoring you, I have three words for you. No freaking way.
Cara: Mr. Radley, I'm sure that you would get a lot of women bidding on you, but this is a bachelor auction, so thank you so much for your interest. Oy. Hi.
Angie: Hi. Sounds like the hospital's bachelor auction's getting a lot of attention.
Cara: Yeah, from 80-year-old married men.
Jesse: Hey, you got to love the spirit.
Cara: You do.
Cara: It's great having you here, Dr. Hubbard.
Angie: Thank you. I just stopped by to check in on some things with Jake.
Cara: Yes. He is due in any second now. I am aware that there were some issues with the scheduling process, so we've kind of worked out this new system. I think you're gonna like the changes. I had a copy made for you right here in Braille.
Angie: Oh, I appreciate that, Cara.
Cara: It was actually Jake's idea. I just kind of worked out the details. Kind of how we used to work together in the field.
Angie: However it happened, it's working. You and Jake make a great team.
Angie: I was just complimenting Cara on what a good job you did while I was away.
Jake: I was just holding down the fort.
Cara: He never accepts a compliment.
Jake: Yes, I do.
Cara: Kicking and screaming.
Jake: You're right. I'm a genius. I'm a genius. Thank you.
Amanda: All right, well, I hate to interrupt all this -- fun, but I gotta get to work.
Angie: Hi, Amanda.
Cara: You got a job?
Amanda: Yes. I have worked before.
Cara: Oh, no, I mean, I'm sure --
Jake: She is gonna work for J.R. Chandler. He's asked her to be his P.R. guru, which is -- you're gonna be wonderful. It's gonna be terrific. Really terrific.
Amanda: Thank you. I'll call you later.
Jake: Yeah. Ok. Bye, babe.
Angie: Baby, I'm gonna go check on a friend of mine in post op, ok? Excuse me.
Jake: Bye, Ang. So have you checked in on 206?
Jake: That's what I was gonna ask you.
Cara: 206. BP has come down. Blood work looks great.
Jake: Good, because he's anxious to get out of here. Wants to get back to work.
Cara: Yeah, speaking of work, I didn't know Amanda did P.R.
Jake: No. She doesn't. She has a history with J.R., so --
Cara: Doesn't really sound like a good thing.
Jake: No, it's all -- it's all good.
Angie: Baby, you don't have to follow me around. I'm ok here.
Jesse: No, no, no. I know. I'm checking out this flyer here.
Angie: What is it?
Jesse: About birthing classes, and since our due date is coming up, I'm figuring a little brush-up couldn't hurt.
Angie: Jesse, I'm a doctor and a mother. I don't need Lamaze classes.
Jesse: Maybe there are some new kind of techniques or something.
Angie: Nothing I haven't already heard of. Now I'm going to visit my friend in post op. Bye.
Cara: Hey. Hi.
Cara: Is something wrong?
Jesse: No. Yeah. No. Ok, maybe a little bit. You see, it's not Angela I'm worried about in the delivery room. It's me.
Liza: So everybody is looking at me, aren't they?
Liza: What, so they're just being polite, right? Try not to piss off cougar mom in case she goes off again. What was I thinking coming here? Scene of the crime, right?
David: You didn't know your big speech was made public?
Liza: Big speech. I make a complete ass of myself, and my daughter puts the whole embarrassing thing on the Internet.
David: People will forget about it soon enough.
Liza: They're not gonna forget about it. Colby, she's not gonna forget about it. I feel like I'm some sick punch line to a really bad joke, and now, well, things just get worse.
Colby: J.R., these other companies, they see my Vlog as an opportunity. I really don't understand why you don't.
J.R.: Because they don't give a damn about you, and I do.
Colby: You know what? It's more than that. You can't stand that I am getting attention all by myself. You can't stand it.
J.R.: This is the kind of attention you want? "There she is -- the girl whose mother slept with her boyfriend."
Colby: Actually, J.R. It's more than that now.
J.R.: Really? Because I don't think it is. See, people like a train wreck, especially when it involves high-profile names like ours.
Colby: I'm sorry, J.R., I thought you were gonna stop controlling my life. That just sounded like an order to me.
J.R.: Hey. You guys all right?
A.J.: Yeah. We just wanted something to drink.
J.R.: Ok, let's go to the kitchen then. Don't go anywhere. I'll be right back.
Colby: "Don't go on the Internet, Colby. Don't do anything with your life."
Asher: He really does care about you. He told me that last time he saw your mom, he ripped her a new one.
Colby: I'm sorry, J.R. actually defended me?
Asher: Of course, he did.
Colby: Ok, then why can't he do it to my face?
Asher: J.R. just can't see all the possibilities of what you're doing, I guess.
Colby: And you do. You see it?
Asher: I told you that I did.
Colby: Well, next time, will you please say that when J.R.'s still in the room?
Asher: Colby --
Erica: Young love is a great motivator.
Caleb: I wouldn't know.
Erica: Caleb. It's not that different from love at any age. You know, I believe that you have seen it yourself. Asher likes Colby very, very much. I know you've seen it.
Caleb: Dorothy, guys fall in love all the time. That's not a magic solution to anything.
Erica: Oh, I like to think that there's always a possible magic solution where love is concerned.
Caleb: I spent half of my life living on a mountain. Everything that I thought I knew about love and relationships was lost along with it. So let's get to work.
Marissa: I just wanted you to take a look at Bianca's settlement proposal before she sees it.
Jack: I'd take these two lines out right there. You can use those as a bargaining chip later.
Marissa: Yeah, I see that. Mm-hmm. It's ok. I wasn't gonna submit this one anyway. Not after the phone call I got this morning.
Jack: From Reese's attorney, I would guess.
Marissa: Yes. Apparently, sharks can swim all the way to France.
Jack: Very good. You think he's up to something?
Marissa: It's just a feeling that I'm getting, but I'm gonna hear from them later on about Reese's settlement proposal. This isn't gonna be an easy day for Bianca, no matter what happens later.
Bianca: What's happening later?
Marissa: I'm expecting a call from Reese's attorney about the settlement.
Marissa: I don't want you to worry, ok?
Bianca: I'm not worried. I'm not worried at all.
Jack: You doing ok?
Bianca: I'm still getting a divorce.
Jack: I know. That's why I'm asking. Are you doing ok?
Bianca: Yeah. I'm fine.
Bianca: Thank you for helping out with all of this.
Jack: Actually, Marissa's doing all the heavy lifting. You're in very capable hands there, by the way. Look, I need to run. If you need anything, you let me know, yes?
Bianca: I will.
Jack: See you later, Marissa.
Marissa: Bye. So. Why don't you tell me how you really feel?
Bianca: Like I said, I'm good.
Marissa: Ok. You know this call is about the settlement, right?
Bianca: I know that. You don't need to handle me, Marissa. Reese will make her proposal and then we'll counter with ours. What?
Marissa: I'm just impressed with how you're handling all of this.
Bianca: It is what it is.
Marissa: A lot of people would be sliding off the rails right about now, you know?
Bianca: I guess everybody has different ways of dealing with things like this.
Marissa: Yeah, but on the life scale, there aren't very many "things like this." So if you do want to talk, I can take off my invisible lawyer hat, you know?
Marissa: I should get going. One of A.J.'s birthday presents has arrived in the mail. He's waiting for me to open it.
Bianca: It's Miranda's birthday, too, today.
Marissa: I know. J.R. told me that story.
Bianca: A.J. calls Miranda his birthday twin.
Marissa: Ha! That's sweet.
Bianca: Maybe I should come with you. Can get some cupcakes and candles.
Marissa: That would be awesome, but I'm sure you have other things that you'd rather be doing today.
Bianca: No, no, that is actually exactly what I want to do today. Let's go.
Jesse: So here's the thing. I got two beautiful kids. Grown. And I wasn't there when either one of them were born. Both times, gone.
Cara: So you've actually never seen a baby being delivered?
Cara: Wait a minute. No, no, no. Hold on. Squad car. Yes, back seat. Come on. Tell me. Yeah?
Jesse: Come on. Are you crazy?
Jesse: That stuff only happens in the movies. It's not like I don't have any training or anything like that, but this is my wife, my kid. I'm just worried I'm gonna be so useless in the delivery room.
Jake: I don't think Angie will see it that way.
Jesse: What I am supposed to do in there? Tell her to breathe?
Jake: Yeah, that's part of it.
Cara: You know what? I have a great idea. Let's talk. Let's go in there. Yeah, yeah. We're gonna -- oh, can you -- yes?
Jake: What? You want me to come?
Cara: Yeah. We're doctors, yes, and we know all about this stuff, and in a few minutes, you will, too.
Jesse: So you're gonna tell me about the birds and bees.
Cara: Something like that, yes.
Jesse: Come on, now. Thank you very much, but I've already taken that class.
Cara: Not the way we're gonna teach it. Now, come on. Jake, let's go.
Jake: You're serious.
Cara: Yes, I'm serious.
Liza: I don't know why I'm so upset. It's not like I don't deserve what Colby's been doing.
David: Your daughter humiliated you in front of a worldwide audience. Twice.
Liza: I slept with her boyfriend.
David: Yeah, there was that. You did apologize. You begged her forgiveness what, a dozen times. What does she want you to do? Open a vein?
Liza: She's my only daughter. She hates me. What am I supposed to do with that?
David: Honestly, not what you've been doing, that's for sure.
Liza: Ok, what are you talking about?
David: Every time you see Colby, you're like an open wound. You're pouring out your heart. You're trying to fix what you did wrong.
Liza: Wouldn't you? Oh, no, right. That's right. You don't make mistakes.
David: You know, instead of insulting me, why don't you try something new for a change? Next time you see Colby, just nod, say hello, and leave. You don't beg her forgiveness on your hands and knees. Don't send e-mails and desperate text messages. You let the anger subside. Then she'll talk to you.
Liza: So what, in 20 or 15, 20 years we're gonna have a relationship again?
David: Well, how's what you're doing now working? So maybe you need to try something new.
Liza: Well, David Hayward, greatest instigator of conflict in Pine Valley, and here you are preaching restraint.
David: Well, maybe I finally figured out that I have to pick my battles, huh?
Liza: Come on. You're always looking for a fight. If you're not looking to seduce someone.
David: Is that what you think I'm doing?
Liza: I don't know. You tell me.
David: Why, Liza. One kiss, and I'm leading you into bed?
Colby: Hi. Hi. I hope I'm not interrupting anything. Hello, Mr. Cortlandt. Hi. Erica, I just wanted to thank you so much for our talk yesterday. You really know how to boost my confidence.
Erica: It was my pleasure.
Colby: So this is me believing in myself. Erica, I have a business proposal for you. One your competitor was stupid enough to turn down.
A.J. and Miranda: Happy birthday to us!
J.R.: Good job!
A.J.: Did my present come yet?
Marissa: Oh, ok. Hang on. Ahem.
Miranda: What is it?
Bianca: Why don't we wait until he opens it?
A.J.: It's the boat!
Marissa: Is it the one you wanted? Yeah? Good.
A.J.: Thanks, Mom!
Marissa: You're welcome. Happy birthday, A.J. Mwah. And happy birthday to you, too, Miranda.
Miranda: Thank you.
Marissa: You're welcome.
[Cell phone ringing]
J.R.: I've gotta take this call.
Marissa: Of course.
J.R.: A.J. loves his present.
Marissa: Take your call.
J.R.: J.R. Yeah.
Bianca: Boy, you know, this boat actually looks like it takes a whole crew to put together.
Marissa: Ha ha! No. That's all right. We can do that later.
Bianca: Why don't we do it now?
Bianca: Yeah! Ok, come on. Birthday twins!
Marissa: All right. Honk honk! All aboard the S.S. birthday ship for the best birthday ever! Honk!
David: One kiss does not a seduction make.
Liza: Really? What constitutes a seduction in your world?
David: Trust me. When it happens, you'll know.
Liza: Oh, really?
Liza: I don't think I want to know. Because you and I would be a really bad idea.
David: Just out of curiosity: Why?
Liza: Well, people hate you more than they hate me, if that's even possible.
David: Since when do either of us give a damn what other people think?
David: Because I think that we'd make one hell of a team.
Liza: You know my personal life is a mess. And my professional life is on the line, too.
David: Speaking of teamwork, I offered to help with that.
Liza: I can't afford your help. I've already taken way too many hits, and I can't afford to take another one. So -- don't take it personally.
Colby: So I know it all started with me letting it all fly. You know about what my mother did to me. But after our talk, I started video blogging about deeper stuff, and my take on it, and you guys should see the comments. I mean, yes, there are definitely some haters, but most of it is very positive.
Caleb: How would Cortlandt benefit from you letting it fly on camera?
Erica: Because Colby already has a very sizable fan base of her own, and perfect demographic. Young female, right?
Colby: Yes, most of them. Mm-hmm.
Erica: So we've been talking about bringing Cortlandt Electronics into modern times. This is perfect. And besides, it wouldn't have to just be Colby. I'm sure you got some feedback from other bloggers as well, right?
Colby: Yeah, very cool ones. Mm-hmm.
Erica: So if we can pick up some Vloggers and bloggers who are doing edgy material, and they just happen to be using Cortlandt Electronics technology --
Caleb: Then Cortlandt would be associated with --
Caleb: Right. That means we'd need somebody to head up this project, somebody who has considerable computer knowledge, somebody who's a contemporary of yours, somebody who gets it.
Erica: Oh, I think that's a wonderful idea of yours.
Caleb: I'm gonna let you two talk.
Erica: Please say hello to Asher for me.
Caleb: You just love being right, don't you?
Jake: And one time Cara and I delivered a 10-pound bouncing baby boy in the back of a jeep while we were getting shot at.
Cara: And the woman actually claimed she didn't even know she was pregnant.
Jake: We thought it was gonna be a C-section, but then her water broke, and we could see the head crowning, and the things --
Cara: No, no, no! Too much information. We'll get there. We're gonna get there. Yeah, yeah. Slowly.
Jesse: Listen, I appreciate what you're trying to do and obviously, I know a little something something about the birds and the bees and the "C"S.
Jake: Of course, you do.
Jesse: But listen, how do you wrap your head around it being your wife and your kid?
Jake: You just do. You just do. It's gonna be an amazing experience. Even if it's not going the way you want it to, something goes wrong. There was nothing but complications with Trevor.
Jesse: You got a beautiful baby.
Jake: Yes, yes, although when I was delivering him, he had an umbilical cord wrapped around his neck several times, and he was -- we didn't think he was gonna make -- but the important thing is that Amanda was there, and she was strong, and she was focused, and she had love in her heart. She had love -- and you know, I was looking at them and I'm looking at her, and I'm looking down at the little boy, you know, who's fighting for his life at this point, and I'm thinking to myself this is it. This is it. This is my family. The love and the trust -- at that moment, I felt like I would do anything for them. Anything at all. Now, you have that going in. Going in, you have the love and the trust. So you're halfway -- I mean, this is gonna be beautiful. It's like nothing else in the whole world, Jesse. Trust me.
Cara: You got it all. You do. Good luck. You'll be great.
Cara and Angie: Oh!
Cara: Oh, my gosh, Dr. Hubbard. Oh, excuse me. Hey buddy, wattaya lookin' a-oooh.
Marissa: That is so amazing. We did a really good job.
J.R.: That is some boat! I figured it'd take you, like, two or three years to do something like that.
Marissa: Actually, Bianca and I have a couple of important things to discuss. We're expecting a very important phone call.
J.R.: Ok., I'll --
Bianca: You know, that can wait.
Marissa: Bianca --
Bianca: You know what? I know there's one more thing we can do to make this boat perfect. Who wants to help me make a flag? Ok. Let's go see if cook has any toothpicks. Come on.
J.R.: All right.
Bianca: Come on.
Marissa: Wait for me.
Colby: I knew you would find a way to make this work. So, Erica, when do we start?
Erica: Well, before we go any further, we have to be sure that we are on the same page. This can't just be about punishing Liza.
Colby: No, it's -- ok, well, it was at first, but then I started thinking about it. I could do some really good stuff. I can talk about things like breakups and relationships and getting on with your life.
Erica: That's all good.
Colby: Yeah, but to be completely honest with you, my last video post --
Erica: Was mostly about your mother.
Colby: Yes. I know it was bad, but I just -- I wanted people to see who she really was.
Erica: And I'm sure that wasn't very pretty.
Colby: No. But, Erica, you told me to own my pain, and I just -- I feel like that was a part of it.
Erica: Well, I should probably see it.
Colby: Oh, yes. Of course. It's right here.
Liza on computer: Go on. Judge. Judge all you want. You want to give me bad looks? You want to give me snickers? Just do it. You know why? Because I don't give a damn. I don't give a damn, because this is who I am, and I'm not going to apologize for it.
Asher: What are you doing here? J.R.'s in a meeting.
Caleb: I'm not here to see him. I want to make you an offer.
Asher: An offer?
Caleb: Colby's gonna join us at Cortlandt. I thought the two of you could make a good team.
Asher: Colby's coming to work for you?
Asher: No. No way. I don't want her to be anywhere near this war that you and J.R. have.
Caleb: With or without you, it's gonna happen. I just thought if you were there, you could look after her.
Asher: Wow. You're really gonna use Colby to get to J.R. and me.
Caleb: Well, I've tried everything else, haven't I? And I'm willing to do whatever it takes to get you out of here, because Chandler is no place for you to be.
Asher: And you think Cortlandt is?
Caleb: I know it is.
J.R.: Forget it, Caleb. That's never gonna happen.
Amanda: Vroom, vroom!
Jake: Look at you! Hello!
Amanda: Finished up all the paperwork at Chandler, picked up Trevor, and -- hey. Jake, is something wrong?
Jake: No, no, no. There's nothing wrong. Actually, there's a whole lot that's right.
Amanda: I don't understand.
Jake: I found myself reliving something today. Something I haven't thought about in a long time, but I probably should be thinking about.
Amanda: What is it?
Jake: I was thinking about you and me. And the birth of our son.
Angie: Cara. Are you all right?
Cara: Dr. Hubbard. How did you know that I was even in here?
Angie: Dr. Peters saw you come in here, and I could tell that you were upset by the sound of your voice.
Cara: Oh, nah. I'm good.
Angie: No, you're not. Listen, I know that we really don't know each other, but I am a good listener. If you ever want to talk, ok?
Cara: Ok. Wait. I'm sorry. Yes, I do. Ok, Jake and I were -- we were trying to help Jesse, you know, and --
Cara: Oh, he's so sweet. I gotta tell you, he's a little insecure about being in the delivery room with you, so I had this brilliant idea to talk him through it with Jake.
Angie: Wow. I had no idea he felt that way. I'm glad you told me. But that's not what's bothering you.
Cara: No. It's just Jake talking about how it was with him and Amanda having Trevor.
Angie: Well, that must have been very hard for you to listen to.
Cara: Don't get me wrong. I am married to Tad, and let me tell you, he's terrific. He's a wonderful guy.
Angie: I think I understand.
Cara: The truth is -- a long time ago, I just assumed that I would be where you are right now with Jesse. Loving someone who is growing inside of me who wasn't even born yet.
Angie: Sweetie, listen to me. You are still young, and it is not too late. Look at me.
Cara: Angie -- I'm so -- so happy for you and Jesse.
Angie: Thank you.
Cara: You're so welcome. Excuse me.
Jesse: There you are. You ready to go, babe?
Angie: No, no. Not yet. Come here.
Angie: And now I owe you an apology.
Bianca: Those kids are so cute together. They're like brother and sister.
[Cell phone ringing]
Marissa: Ok, this is it. This is Reese's attorney.
Bianca: Go ahead. Answer it.
Marissa: Hello? Yes. We've been expecting your call. Oh, I see. Well, if that's how you want to play it. No, no. I understand. You'll be hearing from us.
Bianca: It's not good, is it?
Marissa: Reese is asking for full custody of both children.
Bianca: Can -- can she do that?
Marissa: Apparently they're gonna try to dig up all the Pine Valley dirt that they can to prove that this is an unhealthy place for a child to grow up. It's ridiculous. We're gonna fight it. We're countering with full custody for you, and since Reese isn't biologically related to Gaby or Miranda --
Bianca: I don't want you to go there.
Bianca: Reese legally adopted both girls. Just like you adopted A.J. If you publicly use that argument, then J.R. could use it against you someday, because you're not A.J.'s real mother.
Marissa: You let me worry about that.
Bianca: No. No, I can't do that. I won't be responsible for you losing your son.
J.R.: How many times does Asher have to tell you? He's not interested in working with you, for you, or anywhere near you.
Caleb: My son can speak for himself.
J.R.: Asher knows he's got a great future right here at Chandler Enterprises.
Caleb: If that's true, you got nothing to worry about, have you?
J.R.: Get out. Now. Before I call Security.
Caleb: Think about it.
J.R.: Ha ha ha! This is good. This is real good.
Asher: Did I miss something or --
J.R.: Obviously, Caleb's not gonna give up on this anytime soon. So this is what you do. You wait it out. You let him sweat it out. You go to him, you tell him you changed your mind.
Asher: And why would I do that?
J.R.: Come on. Think about it. You'd be on the inside. You'd have access.
Asher: So I could be your spy again? No. I'm past that. And I can't figure out who's worse -- you or him.
J.R.: What are you talking about?
Asher: I'm not gonna get in the middle of you two. Not ever again.
Colby: What are you doing here?
Liza: Well, I was here to meet another attorney. What are you two doing?
Colby: We were talking about employment opportunities.
Colby: Yes. Erica thinks what I've done on the Internet is very good. You've seen my latest post, right?
Liza: Yes, I have.
Colby: And what did you think of it?
Liza: It doesn't matter what I think. You obviously needed to express yourself.
Colby: Well, I have things to do, but, Erica, we'll be in touch.
Erica: Absolutely. I'm looking forward to it.
Colby: Thank you. Bye.
Liza: What exactly are you doing with Colby?
Erica: Actually, Colby came to me. I think she's a very bright, young woman with something to say. So I'm gonna help her.
Liza: What, by putting her on a stage and letting the entire world laugh at her?
Erica: Liza, I think you're the one they're laughing at.
Liza: Ok. I am warning you. You be very careful who you pick a fight with.
Erica: I would give you the same advice.
Liza: You think I've gone after you before? Well, Erica, you haven't seen anything yet.
Marissa: My job is to defend your legal rights. I'll worry about myself later.
Bianca: I will get another attorney. Uncle Jack.
Marissa: No. Not this late in the game. Just give me a chance to figure this --
Bianca: What? Get back in the same position I'm in? With someone I loved and trusted trying to take my children away?
Marissa: I can handle J.R.
Bianca: I thought I could handle Reese.
Marissa: I can't reason with you right now. I'm not gonna let you make the biggest mistake of your life.
Bianca: Are you calling another attorney?
Marissa: No. An attorney is not what you need.
Bianca: Marissa, what are you doing?
Marissa: Just -- hello, Kendall?
Jesse: Hey, I got no complaints with that kiss, but what's up with the apology?
Angie: You know, I may be carrying our baby, but you and I are both in this together.
Jesse: I know that.
Angie: I just think that I've been trying so hard to keep you from worrying that I've kind of shut you out.
Jesse: No, baby. You know what it is? It's just that this is gonna be the first time I'm seeing one of my kids born.
Angie: That's not all that's bothering you, is it? Because it'll be the first time that I won't be able to see my child born. So we really are in this together, Jesse. I may know all of the medical stuff, but I really need you there. I need you to be my eyes, baby.
Jesse: Come here.
Jake: I was talking to Jesse about having a child, and how the whole experience is really just a miracle.
Amanda: It is. It is a miracle.
Jake: And then when this little guy came along -- I mean, don't get me wrong, I was in love with you like crazy, but when he came along, we went from being a couple to being a whole family. Yeah, that's right. Turn the other cheek when Mommy and Daddy do that.
J.R.: I'm not using you. It's just business.
Asher: No. Wrong. This isn't just business. I've always been loyal to you. And you know that. But Caleb's my father. And if I'm gonna go after him, I'm gonna do it to his face. Nobody uses me. You or Caleb. Got it?
David: Hey. You're back. Well -- that was -- pleasant.
Liza: Erica Kane is trying to manipulate my daughter. I am not gonna let her. She's not taking my daughter away from me.
Liza: She's got a lot of friends in this town, and I don't. At least not now. What I need is a partner. Someone who knows how to get down and get dirty.
David: And I'm guessing -- that would be me? Hmm.
Caleb: Well. I had a meeting with Asher. What an interesting encounter.
Erica: I had one of those myself a few minutes ago. How did yours go?
Caleb: He's not interested in working with me, that's for sure.
Erica: But you look somehow encouraged.
Caleb: You know, sometimes -- sometimes you give good advice.
Jack: Hey. Good. I'm glad you're still here. I need to talk to you.
Caleb: Excuse me. I'll be on my way.
Jack: Actually, why don't you hang around? This won't take a minute.
Erica: What is this?
Jack: Our wedding. You know that location you wanted?
Erica: Yeah. The one that's booked for the next two years.
Jack: Not after I got done with them. Sign that, we'll be married in a couple of weeks.
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