All My Children Transcript Monday 3/28/11
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Krystal: Mm-hmm. Castor oil first thing in the morning, with root beer and chocolate sauce. One glass of that, and Babe and Marissa could not wait to make their appearance. Are you ok?
Jesse: Look at you two. Pine Valley has got some beautiful damn women, I tell you what.
Krystal: Aww. Let me help you with that, Jesse. Do you need anything, Angie?
Angie: No. No, I'm good.
Jesse: Hey, be right back.
Angie: Ok, sweetie. Just scared to death.
Jake: You look at that, right? Aren't they just as happy right now as they are in that picture? That's what I love about them.
Amanda: And after everything they've been through, they're still stronger than ever.
Jake: That's what I think.
[Knock on door]
Jake: Come in! Come in!
Tad: Hi, sweetie.
Jake: Hey. What's going on? Thanks for -- oh, yeah. Awesome. Ok, I want to show you something, right? Just tell me, which picture do you like better?
Tad: Oh, they're great. I say both of them.
Jake: We can fit both.
Tad: Yeah. All right? You are gonna have the album ready by the time the party starts?
Amanda: Yeah. We're just doing the finishing touches.
Jake: Thank you for bringing the cake. You didn't smush it or anything? I know we have enough food, don't you think? You never told me. Is Cara coming or --
Tad: No, no. Actually, she's got a date.
Ricky: So you're my date?
Cara: Yeah. I paid very good money for the pleasure.
Ricky: Ahem. I think that there's been some mistake here.
Cara: Reverend Ricky Torres, you are my guy.
Kendall: This was a mistake.
Griffin: Let me start over.
Kendall: No, it's ok. You have been perfectly clear.
Griffin: No, I haven't. I said I wanted out of this date.
Kendall: Yeah, it doesn't sound better the second time you say it.
Griffin: But that's not what I meant. What I meant was is I don't -- it's not that I don't want -- I'm not good at this.
Kendall: Neither am I.
Griffin: Why did you bid on me?
Kendall: I don't know. I guess I just wanted to get out of the house, get out of the office, the hospital, maybe go have a good time. You don't want to be here. I shouldn't even be here. And you know what? This whole thing has just turned into a disaster.
Griffin: Ok. What if I turn into a non-date? Ok? I can turn a wrecked ambulance into an operating room. What if I turned a disaster into not a disaster?
Kendall: I don't think so.
Griffin: You're not up for the challenge?
Kendall: Are you daring me?
Griffin: Is that a yes?
Kendall: Oh, I know I'm gonna kick myself for this, but I never back down from a dare.
Frankie: Have you heard from Brot? He's supposed to be here by now.
Randi: He's not the only one.
Frankie: Does he suspect anything?
Randi: I hope not.
Frankie: Me, too. Ah. This guy. It's about time, brother.
Brot: At least I'm here.
Frankie: What's the matter with you?
Brot: Man, it's great that Natalia is into her job. But she missed your mother coming home from California, and now she's missing out on the party. It's like this job's eating up her life, and she doesn't even realize it. And on top of that, she forgot to send a gift for the baby.
Natalia: Or maybe she wanted to deliver it herself. Ha ha ha! Hey, Boo.
Jesse: Hey. Jake and Amanda want to give us a little party at their place. What do you say?
Krystal: Yeah, we never really had a chance to throw you a shower. We thought a little celebration was in order.
Angie: Krystal, that's sweet, but it really wasn't necessary.
Jesse: Hey, if you're not feeling up to it, it's ok. I'm sure everybody will understand, right?
Angie: No, I guess I could use a party.
Jake: What's Immigration gonna think of a married woman going out with a guy named Reverend Ricky, a man of the cloth? They gonna like that?
Tad: Relax. It's like they're dancing the night away. She did it for her patients, you know? Thought they could use a little company, a little spiritual comfort.
Amanda: I'm sure a lot of her patients would like that kind of comfort. I'm just saying. It's not like he's your everyday preacher type.
Amanda: Because he's hot. I'm just saying.
Jake: Honey. Really?
Tad: No. What, exactly?
Amanda: You and Cara have this perfect marriage, and everyone's on board to protect it. But what if Cara were to meet someone, and she likes him, like, really likes him? Then what?
Jake: That's not gonna happen.
Amanda: How do you know?
Jake: Because her life depends on it, right, making this marriage look real. She's not gonna jeopardize that, her staying in the country, or hurting anybody that tried to help her out. Right?
Amanda: Sometimes people can't help the way they feel.
Ricky: Your husband's ok with this date?
Cara: Oh, yeah. He knows this is for the hospital.
Ricky: Ok, what is "this," exactly?
Cara: "This" is -- oh, yeah. I'm -- yeah, I'm not your date. No, this is for Ruth and Esther and Rita, two widows and a never-married. They're all in their 80s, and a visit from a handsome young minister would make them so happy. Thank you.
Ricky: Ok. All right. I'd love to spend time with these ladies, but I have a sermon to prepare, not to mention a status report for the Youth Center that's due first thing in the morning. So I'm sorry.
Cara: Will you look at that? What is with you guys?
Ricky: "Us guys"?
Cara: Yes, you and my brother. You sign on for this auction. The minute I need you, you bail. Griff -- he saved Kendall's life. He's done all these things for her. You'd think he could sit down, have a dinner with her.
Ricky: What kind of things has Griff done for Kendall?
Cara: I know what you're doing. You -- you are stalling. It is not gonna work, because those lovely old ladies -- they need all that kindness and concern of yours. So, please, don't let them down.
Ricky: Let's see if we can find out more about Dr. Griff. Hmm.
Kendall: Greenlee, where the hell are you? I need your help, or your coaching or something. This night was supposed to be about me finding out if Griffin was selling drugs. But now the rest of the world has turned it into a real date, and I'm freaking out over here, and I need your help. I got to go. Why did you keep me waiting out here?
Griffin: This is where we're gonna eat.
Kendall: It's freezing.
Griffin: There's nothing like fresh air.
Kendall: In this?
Griffin: I'm gonna fix that.
Kendall: Oh. Oh, no. Wait a minute. You've got to be kidding me. Ok. Do you always travel with women's storm gear?
Griffin: No. That's Cara's. And I always keep stuff in my car just in case. It's a habit, traveling tent to tent. Here. Put these on.
Kendall: Oh, no. No! Ok. There's one thing you have to know about me. I am a Choo girl. All right? I don't wear ugly boots or uglier boots.
Griffin: Hey, look. That's the way these non-dates roll. So if you'd rather sissy out, go home.
Kendall: Are you calling me a sissy?
Griffin: If the Choo fits --
Kendall: Do you even know what a Choo is?
Griffin: More expensive than my first car.
Kendall: Give me the boots. Thanks a lot, Champ.
Brot: I missed you.
Frankie: What's really good? I can't even get a hug from my family? What's happening? What's up?
Natalia: Ohh! It's good to be home.
Randi: All right, all right!
Natalia: I missed you guys.
Randi: I miss you. You owe me five bucks. He bet me you bailed.
Brot: Ooh. Brotherly love.
Natalia: Right. I like that vote of confidence. But listen. Thanks to my baldheaded man right here, I'm finally learning to achieve balance.
Brot: Right here. Right here.
Randi: Baby, why don't we go take something to Accounting.
Frankie: Why? Oh, my God.
Randi: Because --
Frankie: Oh. Right. Right.
Brot: The boy can't get a clue. Listen, I'm not too crazy about this long-distance relationship, but it definitely has its perks -- at least for now.
Amanda: We're so glad that you're here.
Jake: Welcome, welcome.
Jesse: Hey, hey, hey.
Angie: This is just too much, both of you.
Jake: There's no such thing as too much, not for you.
Tad: Step aside. Step aside. Hi, gorgeous. That baby is about to make her entrance into the world, Mama-san.
Angie: I think that you're not the only one who thinks it's time. Ellie's been giving me karate kicks.
Krystal: Ellie? Oh, that's a beautiful name.
Amanda: You want to sit down?
Angie: Yeah, I do.
Jesse: I'll take her bag, I guess. Right this way.
Jake: There you go. Perfect, perfect. Yeah?
Tad: The album's ready?
Jake: Yeah, the album's ready.
Tad: Get the album.
Jake: Babe, where's the album? All right. I got the album.
Tad: Guys? Actually, one of the major reasons that we wanted to throw this little shindig was to present you with this.
Jake: Yes, this is it right here. Jesse, this is your life in pictures, and it's gonna be up to you to do the play-by-play.
Tad: It's everything, Babe. We got everything from teenage romance to parenthood to more parenthood and everything else in between.
Amanda: And there are some blank pages in the back so you can add to the story.
Jesse: Oh, my God. You got to remember these. I was always wearing that worn-out hoodie. That red hoodie? I can't believe you fell for somebody like me. How did you do that?
Angie: It was quite easy.
Jesse: "Easy," she says.
Krystal: Oh, come on, now. Not everyone has a love story like yours.
Jesse: You know, there was a time when I actually thought I would never see Angela again.
Angie: Now I can't see this amazing man that's my husband, but I've never felt closer to you, baby.
Jake: You guys got to stop, because we're gonna get all choked up and -- ahem. What you need to know is this book is -- it's for you guys only. It's private.
Amanda: It's mostly for Ellie, so she'll know her story.
Tad: Yeah. How she got here, who she is, how amazing her parents are.
Krystal: Yeah, that girl's gonna know from day one how much she's loved and how much you love each other.
Angie: This is such a special gift.
Jesse: Wow. The day we got married by the justice of the peace.
Angie: My bouquet of daffodils.
Jesse: We're so young. Damn!
Angie: And so in love.
Frankie: Hey, hey, hey!
Frankie: Y'all started the party without us? What's up?
Jesse: We're just getting warmed up.
Brot: We got you something special.
Tad: Now we can get started.
Jesse: How you doing?
Natalia: Good. Hey, Ang.
Angie: Sweetie. You, too.
Natalia: This is for you -- well, for the little one.
Cara: Wow. You were, like, a total hit with the ladies. You definitely chose the right profession.
Ricky: Thank you.
Cara: Do you want some coffee?
Ricky: No. I'm ok. What can I say? I just love what I do.
Ricky: So did you get into medicine because of your brother?
Cara: Yeah, partly. Partly because I felt like I owed people who made me feel better. I didn't really fall in love with being a doctor until Doctors Without Borders, until I met Jake, and he kind of showed me what was possible.
Ricky: And Jake -- that's your husband's brother?
Cara: Ahem. My ex, yeah.
Ricky: Yeah. Falling in love changes everything, doesn't it?
Cara: Yeah. Well. Lucky you. Your date's over, and you're free.
Ricky: I understand that you are uncomfortable talking to somebody you don't know. That's why it's a good thing that you have your brother to share things with, huh?
Cara: Yeah. We actually share all kinds of things with each other. He's always been there for me, always protected me. He actually protects everybody he cares about.
Ricky: Right. He seems to like playing the hero. Like you said, he saved Kendall's life, and he's still doing things for her.
Cara: Yeah. It's just who he is.
Ricky: What kind of things do heroes do for people they care about?
[Kendall stomps feet]
Griffin: Oh! Look at you. You're rocking those boots.
Kendall: Ok. You can stand there and make fun, the tough-ass doctor who's used to yurts and making hats out of rodents. Or you can figure out what we're gonna have for dinner, because if we're hunting, I'm out.
Griffin: Hey, this is going to be fun.
Kendall: Look what I'm wearing.
Griffin: You're warm, aren't you? Hold on. Hold on. We're still missing something.
Kendall: Yeah, hors d'oeuvres and 4 walls and indoor heating. Do not leave me out here!
[Car door closes]
Kendall: I mean it! Oh. Wow. I guess you really are a star at this whole survivalist thing, huh?
Griffin: I've had a lot of experience -- enough to know that you're still cold.
Kendall: No, I'm fine. I'm fine. I mean, a little.
Griffin: I can fix that.
Kendall: It's ok. I got it.
Griffin: Agh! Ow! What was that for?
Kendall: I was just -- I was just testing your injuries.
Griffin: I'm ok.
Kendall: All right. Aren't you still worried that that jealous boyfriend might come after you?
Griffin: No, no. I think we're safe here. Trust me.
Kendall: I still think that you should call the cops. That guy attacked you. Does that happen a lot?
Griffin: Why are we still talking about this?
Kendall: I guess I just want to find out more about you.
Natalia: I'm so excited for you guys. Any day now, I'm gonna have the sweetest little sister. I know you're dying to hold her.
Frankie: I would like to propose a toast to my mom.
Angie: Frankie, that's -- Frankie, that's not necessary.
Frankie: Are you kidding me? This woman, this courageous woman, could've stayed angry at the world for the last 9 months. Instead, she chose to see the miracle in this, a baby girl, Ellie Hubbard.
Frankie: Right? To the strongest and bravest woman I know. My little sister is getting the best mom in the world.
Frankie: Hear, hear!
Jake: And I can say, as the godfather to this little girl that's coming into the world -- this is an authority speaking -- that at some point or another in this life, you have helped every single person in this room with your strength and your wisdom and your courage. What?
Frankie: Yes. Hear, hear!
Jake: That's what I'm talking about.
Krystal: Angie, it's true. You make all of us friends just feel like family. Right? And you've taught each and every one of us faith, because there is nobody stronger than you.
Angie: Stop it. Would you please -- please, just stop.
Jesse: Baby, you ok? What's up?
Angie: Nothing, sweetheart. I guess it's just hormones.
Jesse: We don't have to do this, if you don't want to.
Angie: No. It's just that everybody is just going on and on about how strong I am and how I have all of this faith, and the truth is I'm scared out of my mind.
Jesse: You know what? As soon as they set that baby in your arms, you're gonna be just fine. Right? Angie, you're gonna be just fine.
Cara: I know that you're friends with Kendall, but I just -- I don't think Griff would like me to talk about his private life.
Ricky: "Private life"?
Ricky: Kendall's a patient.
Cara: Yeah, she is a patient. But when he operated on her, he made this promise to keep her safe, so --
Ricky: Kendall's recovered now. So is there some reason why Griffin's concerned about her?
Cara: When he makes a promise, he -- let's just say he doesn't do anything halfway.
Ricky: You're worried about him.
Cara: Yes. Yeah, I am worried about him. But he's his own person, and whatever risks he wants to take --
Ricky: What kind of risk are we talking about?
Cara: You're asking a lot of questions about my brother.
Kendall: Ok. All right. You popped, I'll pour.
Griffin: Ok, but only a few bubbles for you. Doctor's orders.
Kendall: Yes, sir. All right.
Griffin: Thank you. To?
Kendall: To ugly boots.
Kendall: Yes, cheers to that. You know, this -- this isn't so bad.
Griffin: It's a lot comfier than some of the places I've lived in.
Kendall: Hmm. Bullets flying everywhere, I'm sure. So much danger, not knowing what's next. Then there's the heat, the cold. Is there anything you wouldn't do to save lives?
Griffin: You battled death in the back of an ambulance to get home to your kids. You know a lot about fighting, surviving, doing what you have to do.
Kendall: But something of that scope -- I mean, things can spin out of control.
Griffin: I'm a master at spin control.
Kendall: So in the name of a good cause, you've never made a mistake or gotten in with the wrong people?
Griffin: Sometimes if things are important enough, things like morals, ideals -- they don't really matter. Ah. Right on time.
Pierre: Your cuisine, Dr. Castillo.
Griffin: You are the best, Pierre. Thank you. You like French food, huh?
Kendall: Mais oui. Merci beaucoup.
Pierre: Oh, the merci is for this man. He saved my life.
Griffin: It was nothing. That was just -- it was a gorgeous little angioplasty.
Pierre: I'm alive to cook because of it. Please enjoy. Bonsoir.
Griffin: Bonsoir, Pierre. Thank you.
Kendall: Wow! Ohh, ohh! Heaven. Oh, my goodness, this smells so good!
Griffin: Did you really think I was gonna feed you road kill?
Kendall: Frankly, I never know what to expect from you.
Griffin: It's funny. I was thinking the same thing -- like, why are you trying to get me drunk?
Jesse: What is it? Talk to me, huh?
Angie: Jesse, when I made the decision to have this baby -- even though I knew it would cost my sight -- I knew it was the right decision, the only one, and I have never regretted it, ever.
Jesse: I know that.
Angie: Whatever challenges my blindness brought me, this child, a miracle -- it has been the light in my life. I have counted the days until she's born and dreamt of holding her and singing to her.
Jesse: What is it? What is it?
Angie: The day that I came back to Pine Valley, it suddenly hit me. She's not a miracle, a dream. She's real. This is real, and our baby needs a mother that can take care of her.
Jesse: What are you talking about? You're an amazing mother.
Angie: Jesse, I've lost two months, two months to prepare for this child and to learn everything that I need to learn to be a mother who can't see. What if I can't protect our daughter from a danger that I can't see? I mean, it's like it's finally hit me, the reality of the choices that I've made! I was so sure that I -- I was so sure that I chose the right thing, and I don't feel sure anymore. And I made you do this my way, Jesse. Did I make a mistake?
Kendall: I'm not trying to get you drunk.
Griffin: You're asking me a lot of questions.
Kendall: It's just our lives are so different, and I'm just curious.
Griffin: We're not so different.
Kendall: Ok. You are a globetrotting doctor who saves lives. I'm a widowed mother of two.
Griffin: You're a hell of a lot more than that.
Kendall: I'm trying. I almost feel ashamed. You've pulled people out of trenches. You save lives. And here I am, barely hanging on to this normal life. Sometimes I feel like I'm hanging on so hard that I might just break.
Griffin: You're a lot stronger than you think.
Kendall: Was it something I said?
Griffin: Sometimes the worst grief isn't on the battlefield. It's watching your mom trying to hold the family together after your father's bailed, and he's left her with nothing but bills. Or watching your sister, who's 10 years old, fight her heart out to beat a cancer that's taking away everything that she has. Never feel ashamed. If you stop feeling, then you're dead. People have their own way of grieving, and you're taking the steps that you need to take.
Kendall: Crawling is more like it.
Griffin: Yeah, but you're here. You're out. I know this is the first time you've gone out since Zach's died, but you did it. Is there any more questions that you're dying to ask me?
Kendall: No. I think I have all my answers.
Ricky: My concern is for Kendall. And if Griffin thinks that she's in some kind of trouble --
Cara: Hey, I never said that.
Ricky: I want to do everything that I can for her. She's going through a difficult enough time as it is. If your brother wants to go around getting roughed up, then that's --
Cara: Whoa. How do you know about that?
Ricky: I've seen enough on the streets to know when a guy has been in a fight. And whatever the reason is -- look, I just don't think that Kendall should be hanging around with him, especially not now.
Cara: My brother is the most amazing guy that I've ever known. All right? I would trust him with my life. I would trust him with anyone's life.
Ricky: I don't mean to insult you. I don't mean to insult your brother. I'm just saying --
Cara: I know exactly what you're saying. You want Griff to back off Kendall, and you're hoping that I'll say something. Well, I'm not gonna say anything, because I actually think they're good for each other.
Ricky: You need to back off!
Jesse: Baby, why didn't you tell me all this before?
Angie: How could I? I pushed you into this, and you've fallen in love with Ellie. And now we're here, and I don't know where that is.
Jesse: There's no place I would rather be. I am so in love with this baby already. And I am nothing short of astounded by the choice that you made, the guts it took.
Angie: I don't think I have any left.
Jesse: You know what? You got me. It's my turn. You lean on me. You let me be the strong one. Ok? It's ok to be afraid. You've carried the baby this far. Now you just let me carry both of you from this moment on for the rest of our lives. Ok? What do you say?
Tad: Ok, so we're all agreed? We're gonna take shifts, help out Angela with the baby, no matter what she needs?
Frankie: That's right.
Amanda: I have some flexible hours, so I can be on baby duty.
Krystal: I'm good with the cooking.
Frankie: And I'll take care of all brotherly activities.
Randi: Changing diapers?
Frankie: We can talk about that later, darling.
Jake: I can run errands, warm bottles -- whatever Angie needs.
Tad: Hey, look. Look who it is. It's the guest of honor and her parents.
Angie: I'm sorry. I'm sorry, you guys. I just had a moment there.
Krystal: It's perfectly understandable.
Tad: We just want you to be ok, darling.
Angie: I am better than ok. I have all of you and my family. I hate to say this, but I really am going to need you.
Jake: You got us, ok, so you don't have to worry about it.
Angie: I just can't thank you enough for your -- I just can't thank you enough for your love. You know that. There have been days when I have cursed God, because I'll never be able to see my beautiful little girl's face. But I can't stay mad long, because my eyesight is what it took to give Jesse and me a chance to raise a child in this loving family. I'm getting the deal of a lifetime.
Kendall: I'm done.
Griffin: Uh-huh. Me, too.
Kendall: Ohh. Whew!
Griffin: Heh heh heh!
Kendall: You know, I have to say you're weird.
Kendall: Yeah. You carry spare anoraks and women's boots in your car and lanterns. Who does that?
Griffin: I've had this baby forever. All-night vigils with my patients, and I kept this thing burning all night long.
Kendall: I haven't -- I haven't been able to sleep with the lights off yet. So this little glow in the dark -- it's very comforting.
Griffin: It is.
Kendall: When we were in that ambulance, and you promised that you'd save my life, how could you have known that was gonna happen? You couldn't have.
Griffin: I had this picture in my head of you getting home to your boys -- laughing, smiling, hugs, and kisses. I knew I had to make that happen.
Kendall: You didn't even have the right equipment.
Griffin: But I had that picture in my head, so I went for it. And I gave you my word. And when I give you my word, it's a done deal.
Kendall: For so long I have been holding my breath, waiting for I don't even know what. To stop feeling this pain over losing Zach, to find the right words to say to my boys, to be able to sleep at night with the lights off. So I'm gonna do what you did.
Griffin: Just make sure you don't do it in a wrecked ambulance.
Kendall: No. That I won't do. I'm just going to picture exactly what I need, and I'm gonna do whatever I can to make that happen. Look at what you did. Like, tonight you took two plastic cups and some champagne and a beaten old lantern, and you turned it into a beautiful four-star restaurant. And because of you, I'm alive to stuff myself with too much dessert, breathe in the spring right around the corner, and share it all with a friend.
Cara: Stay out of something that concerns my brother?
Ricky: Whatever Griffin is involved in, I just don't think that he should be taking any risks, especially if he's just trying to impress Kendall.
Cara: You're sounding a lot like a jealous boyfriend and not a minister.
Ricky: No, I'm just concerned. Ok?
Cara: You're upset because Kendall bid on Griff and not you. Since she made her choice and it wasn't you, maybe you're the one who should back off.
Tad: There you are.
Cara: Hi, honey.
Tad: I'm here to take my wife back.
Ricky: Sure. Thanks for bidding on me. All for a good cause, right?
Tad: What the hell was that about?
Cara: I'm not sure.
Natalia: I got a question.
Natalia: What did you mean before when you said that you were cool with this long-distance thing for now?
Brot: Well, I'm picturing the day when we wake up next to each other every morning. But most importantly, right now is about you being everything you want to be and not letting anything get in the way of that, including me.
Natalia: I don't even know if I would've been able to do this without you. Knowing that I had your face to come home to, that you could keep an eye on my dad and Angie -- Brot, it means so much to me that you're here for them.
Brot: They're like my family, too. And Jesse -- he's like a father to me. Whatever they need, whenever they need it, I'm there for them. I love them almost as much as -- I love these fries.
Brot: I'm playing.
Natalia: You must love those fries a lot, ok?
Randi: Thanks for bringing me back. It'll only take me just a few seconds to pick up those papers.
Frankie: I'm a nice guy. What can I say, huh?
Randi: Sorry. I just felt like it.
Frankie: Never, ever apologize for doing that.
Jesse: Won't be many more nights like this where it's just the two of us.
Angie: Then why are we out here?
Jesse: I got something for you, a gift, something I think we both need before Ellie Hubbard gets here.
Amanda: I swear, every time I see Angie and Jesse, it's like they seem to love each other even more. It's like the hard stuff doesn't push them apart, it just makes them stronger. I want that, Jake. I want that where everything we go through, it just -- we're able to get past the mistakes we've made -- that I've made and just be stronger and better.
Jake: I think we're getting there.
Amanda: I just want things to be like they were before.
Jake: Well, I think that by the time we're done with our memories, we'll have enough memories to fill 10 memory books. 20, even.
Tad: You really think Reverend Torres has something for Kendall?
Cara: I don't know. He was really, really cool with my patients, but I don't know. I have this idea of what a reverend should be, and he isn't it.
Tad: Well, whatever was going on between the two of you was pretty intense. I hope I didn't come off as too Neanderthal, coming in and demanding my wife back.
Cara: No. I liked it.
Tad: Yeah? I'll remember that. Next time I'll just come in and throw you over my shoulder. It was kind of embarrassing. I walked in. I saw the two of you together. And I know this is supposed to be a fake marriage and everything, but for a minute I could've sworn it was like feeling possessive.
Cara: Are you jealous?
Tad: I'm not jealous.
Cara: That's so sweet!
Tad: Jealous is the wrong way to go.
Cara: Oh, my God!
Tad: It's a box.
Cara: It is a box.
Tad: Did you order something for the wife cave?
Cara: It's for you.
Tad: For me?
Cara: A thank-you present.
Tad: What, did you get me a box of cigars?
Tad: Charley Patton? Howlin' Wolf? These are collector's items. They're impossible to find. How'd you know?
Cara: I found your turntable and your collection of Blues 45s, and I thought you might want some more.
Kendall: Thanks again for tonight. It was definitely unusual.
Kendall: Good night.
Griffin: You know, Kendall, if it would help, I could lend you my lantern, chase away the shadows.
Kendall: Thank you, but I don't think I'm gonna be needing that tonight. Thanks again, Doc.
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