All My Children Transcript Thursday 4/7/11
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David: Why, thank you. You weren't too bad yourself.
Liza: That is not what I meant.
David: There's nothing to be embarrassed about.
Liza: I can't believe I ended up in bed with you. What the hell is wrong with me?
David: Take my word for it, Liza. There is absolutely nothing wrong with you. You are fantastic, inside and out of bed.
Jake: Look who it is. You're back. You miss us?
Cara: Is everything ok?
Jesse: No. No. She's been crying for hours, and she wouldn't stop until she just passed out.
Angie: I think it's just colic, but Jesse --
Jake: Jesse was crying, right, because he's a new daddy and everything? It's not the baby at all.
Angie: Honey, I'm telling you she's fine.
Jake: Cara, why don't you take Mommy and baby into 424, do some prelims. I'll be in in a minute.
Jesse: Do you need me to -- are you sure?
Cara: Yes. We're good. Of course. We're on it.
Jake: 424, Ang.
Jake: Jesse? She's fine, Jesse.
Maya: Ok, baby girl, no more sitting around here thinking about you, feeling sorry for myself. I've got to do something about this.
Kendall: I'm serious. You do not have to wait with me until Ricky gets here.
Griffin: It's not a problem. Actually, I could drive you to the airport, and we could wait for Ricky there.
Kendall: No, no. I'm not gonna be that big of a basket case over this random woman, Diana Holden. I'm making up danger in my head where there is none.
Ricky: You should've listened, Diana. You should've left Kendall to me.
Kendall: I overreacted. She really didn't do anything except ask to use my phone and ask a few nosy questions.
Griffin: You don't know what she could've been after. You need to look after yourself, Kendall. You need to be more careful.
Jake: Hey. So it's just us two out here, right? What's upsetting you? Is it being a new father? Is that what's freaking you out?
Jesse: Come on, Jake. You know me. I don't freak out. But we should get in there and check out what's going on.
Jake: My goddaughter's in perfectly good form. And that's the opinion of two professionals, ok? So why don't you tell me what's bugging you?
Jesse: Just had a baby, new daddy, been a while.
Jake: Right. When Trevor had the croup, I was a wreck. And I'm a doctor, so I get it. You're gonna ease back into it. It's one of those things. You'll just relax, and you just got to not worry so much.
Jesse: Yeah. Don't see that happening anytime soon.
Cara: She looks just fine. She's just beautiful. Please, can I just take her for a second?
Angie: Of course. Thanks for checking her out.
Cara: Oh, my pleasure. She's so beautiful. Oh, gosh, I wish you could -- you know -- I'm sorry. I know that --
Angie: It's ok. Really. I might not be able to see Lucy's face, but I'm getting pretty good at my other senses.
Cara: Can I ask, is Jesse ok?
Angie: Yeah. He's just had a tough past few days, that's all.
Cara: Of course. You, as well. The delivery was crazy.
Angie: Cara, I don't know how it could've been any worse. Here I was, stuck out in the middle of nowhere, and Jesse having to deliver our baby with no help. I pass out.
Cara: Right. About that, do you remember anything else after you came to or --
Angie: My first memory was thinking thank God she's alive.
Cara: And you knew that because --
Angie: I heard her crying. I didn't know what else was going on, but I knew I just wanted to hold my baby.
Cara: And that's when Jesse gave her to you. Right?
Angie: Not for a while, though. Actually, it seemed like an eternity. But finally he put her in my arms.
Cara: Just like that? Just to Mama? Why do you think that he waited so long? It's ok, sweetie pie. Shh, shh, shh.
Angie: It's ok. I'm not sure. He never explained that. But I didn't care once I had Lucy safe and snug. I just think Jesse was a little overwhelmed, that's all.
Cara: Right. Of course. That makes sense, yes?
Angie: Mommy's here. I just wish Jesse would relax and just enjoy what we have.
Angie: I think she's calming down a bit. I think you're good with her.
Cara: Oh, yeah? I'm just kind of rocking her. Shh, shh, shh, shh.
Maya: Oh, no. Not now. [Puts on an earring] Maya: For luck.
Kendall: You suddenly seem more worried about this than I am.
Griffin: I want you to be --
Kendall: I know. You want me to be on the lookout and be aware. I know.
Griffin: Hey. Tired?
Kendall: A little.
Griffin: Why don't you take a nap upstairs? Ricky won't be here for a while.
Kendall: I don't have to go upstairs. Actually, I can just rest right here on the couch. Just rest my eyes for a minute. Yeah, I'm just gonna rest my eyes.
Griffin: Oh, yeah. I can see that you're wide awake, Tiger.
David: Ha ha ha! After, what, 14 years of foreplay, I got to tell you that was definitely worth it. Come on, Liza. It's ok to admit it. We're fantastic together horizontally. I can't wait to see what we can accomplish vertically. Ohh.
Liza: I thought I made myself very clear that I don't want to have anything to do with you in any direction.
David: That's pretty interesting, considering I just enjoyed you in both directions over the last 20 minutes or so.
Liza: I plead temporary insanity.
David: Come on. You knew exactly what you were doing.
Liza: Which I regret. So if you say anything --
David: Ooh. Threats. I like where this is going.
Liza: My reputation is bad enough as it is.
David: Yeah. You know something? You're right about that. Sleeping with me right after bedding your daughter's --
Liza: Do not go there.
David: You do remember that I'm the one who got you that D.A. job, don't you?
Liza: Yes, because you keep reminding me.
David: And I was also the one who helped you keep that job after Colby aired your dirty laundry online, right?
Liza: So what are you saying? That I owe you?
David: What do you think?
Liza: What do you really want, David? What are you after this time?
David: This was certainly a good start.
David: I want my life back. That's not too much to ask, now, is it?
Liza: I guess it just depends on what part of your life. You want to be a doctor again? You want to be married to Greenlee?
David: All I really want is to practice medicine. And I know what I'm doing.
Liza: So do I. And this? Huh. This isn't it. In other words, whatever just happened here didn't. Got it?
Angie: Cara assured me that our little girl is just fine.
Jesse: So now we wait for the pediatrician, huh?
Angie: No. Now we take our colicky-but-healthy baby home and be prepared for some more crying.
Jesse: Are you sure we shouldn't just wait it out?
Angie: You know what, Jesse? Right now I'm more concerned about you. What is going on? Please tell me. What is it?
Jesse's voice: Breathe, baby. Breathe. She's not breathing.
Brot: Jesse, she's gone! Someone left her in my squad car. They wanted to give her away.
Angie: Jesse, talk to me. I need my baby. I need to hold her. Ellie. Our baby. Our baby. Jesse?
Jesse: Baby, it's nothing. It's work. I've got this case --
Angie: No, it's not. It's Lucy. You're scared, and for the life of me I don't know why because she's fine. Why don't you believe me?
Jesse: I always believe you, baby. I do.
Angie: Ok, listen. Being a new dad and taking care of a tiny little baby is just harder than you remember.
Cara: So the heart and lungs look great. Nice soft belly.
Jake: That's good. Sounds great.
Cara: And Angie decided that we didn't need to call the pediatrician. Shh, shh, shh.
Jake: Feels good to hold a baby, huh?
Cara: Oh, you're telling me. It's hard not to love them.
Jake: Kind of reminds me of the time we thought we were pregnant. I don't think you really told me how you felt or, when we found out that we weren't, how disappointed you were.
Cara: Yeah, it just wasn't the right time.
Jake: I hope that you -- I hope that you're able to have a family of your own someday.
Cara: Uh, maybe. I don't know.
Jake: Why do you say that? You think you're not able to because of the chemo?
Cara: No, it's not that. It's not in the cards for me, that's all.
Jake: Why do you say that?
Cara: Why do I say that? I don't know. I'm involved in a phony marriage, there's a bounty on my head, and truth be told, I don't really want to bring another child into this world without the right father by my side.
Griffin: Wake up, Kendall. Wake up. Kendall? Hey, come on. The reverend's gonna be here soon. Hi.
Griffin: What were you dreaming about?
Kendall: I wasn't dreaming.
Griffin: Something was going on. You were making these noises. You were touching your face.
Kendall: Why do you always have to make a big deal out of absolutely nothing?
Griffin: Whoa. You always this sweet when you first wake up?
Kendall: Oh. Excuse me. I forgot about your wonderful bedside manner.
Griffin: All I said was that must've been some dream.
Kendall: Yeah, I know, and you kept saying it and saying it over and over again.
Griffin: Ok, forget I said anything.
Kendall: You're always bugging me about one thing or the other.
Griffin: Kendall, hang on.
Kendall: What do you want? Why are you really here?
Ricky: I'll always remember the good times we had together.
Cara: I've come to terms with not having children.
Jake: You actually haven't given me a good enough reason yet.
Cara: Being in a fake marriage to your brother -- that doesn't count or what?
Jake: I mean after that.
Cara: Ok. After that, we've got the immigration problem. So who knows how long that's gonna last?
Jake: After that. Three years from now.
Cara: You can stop now. It's ok.
Jake: I'm just trying to understand the problem.
Cara: I think you already do.
Woman: Can I help you?
Maya: Yes. Hi. My name's Maya Mercado, and I met Asher the other day.
Woman: Asher isn't here.
Maya: No, actually, I wasn't looking for him. I was here for --
Woman: Who are you looking for? Come on. Out with it, girl. What do you want?
Angie: Let's go. Let's take Lucy home.
Jesse: Yeah. Right.
Angie: Listen, once we all get a good night's sleep, we will all feel better.
Jesse: Hubbard. Right. I'll check it out.
Angie: Do you have to go to the station?
Jesse: No. Actually, there's a situation here in the E.R.
Angie: Ok. Listen, you go on. I'll go get the baby, and I'll just wait for you up here.
Jesse: I'll come with you to get the baby for you.
Angie: Jesse, go. I know my way around.
Jesse: This shouldn't take long. Ok?
David: Angie. Hi. It's David.
Angie: I know who it is. You know what? I just want to ask you, why do you keep showing up here?
David: I guess it's kind of hard to stay away from a place that's always felt like home.
Angie: It is not your home anymore.
David: I heard you were discharged. I hope there's nothing wrong with your baby.
Angie: My baby just has a little colic, but she'll be fine.
David: That's wonderful. She certainly is a miracle child.
Angie: Yeah, she is.
David: Kind of makes you wonder if there might be another miracle in store, this time for her mother.
Angie: What are you talking about?
David: The possibility of you seeing again.
Cara: It's about that time to give her back to her mama.
Jake: Listen, I didn't mean to press or push or pry about you having a baby. I don't even know where that came from.
Cara: It's all good. Look at her. I'm sure it's just gas, but I'm thinking she's smiling.
Jake: I'm gonna go with she wants to smile.
Cara: Are you smiling, or you gonna cry on me?
Amanda: Hey, guys.
Amanda: Hi. How's Lucy?
Jake: Good. It was a little false alarm. She's good.
Amanda: Oh, she's so precious. Can you believe they steal your hearts, they're just little newborns like that?
Frankie: Hey, I heard my sis was in here. She's ok, right?
Cara: She's great. She's great.
Frankie: Oh, yeah. She's looking wonderful. Uh-oh.
Jake: Hi. She looks wonderful like you said.
Cara: I got to get out of here, but I'll tell you this. Jesse and Angie are here somewhere.
Frankie: Yeah. I'll find them. Hey. I swear she's smiling.
Jake: That looks like she was smiling. I was saying that before.
Frankie: All right, little sis, let's find our folks, huh? All right, here we go.
Amanda: Oh. Here. Don't forget the baby carrier. You got it?
Frankie: Got it.
Amanda: Oh! Hey, Jake, you ok?
Jake: Yeah, I'm good. I guess I'm just thinking about them as a little family, Angie and Jesse and the baby. They've just been going through quite an ordeal really.
Amanda: It was a really tough delivery, but everything's ok now, right? You still kind of look preoccupied.
Jake: Oh, no. It's just been a hell of a day. Were you coming by the hospital? Am I spacing? Were we meeting up or --
Amanda: I just dropped Trevor off with the sitter for the night.
Jake: Because we -- I'm so sorry. We had a date? Were we doing something?
Amanda: I hope so. If you can get away, come with me. It is the perfect night to make a baby.
Woman: I need to talk to the police!
E.M.T.: Yes, ma'am.
Woman: Stop it! Just let go!
Jesse: What's the problem?
E.M.T.: She was causing a scene at the courthouse, had to be restrained.
Jesse: Hey. Calm down. Hi. My name is Jesse Hubbard. I'm the chief of police here.
Woman: Oh, thank God! Please help me. Nobody wants to listen to me in here.
Jesse: Ok. Calm down. What seems to be the problem?
Woman: My baby -- she's been stolen!
Griffin: Where's this coming from?
Griffin: Um, the hostility?
Kendall: I am not being hostile.
Griffin: Ok. Clearly this isn't going anywhere. Look, Kendall, I only came over here to give you medical advice before your trip.
Kendall: You were the one who already gave me a clean bill of health.
Griffin: I know, but there are still issues.
Kendall: Are you trying to keep me from going to St. Barts?
Griffin: That's the last thing that I want.
Kendall: I'm not so sure about that.
Griffin: Then let me make myself perfectly clear. You need to go to St. Barts.
Kendall: Aha. All right. You're trying to get rid of me. I want to know why.
Angie: I don't appreciate your sense of humor.
David: This is no joke. Now, you might not like me, but you have to admit that I have pulled off some of my own miracles in my time, right? I mean, against all odds, I kept Greenlee alive. I helped her walk again. I even pulled Kendall from the grave. Now, giving you back your sight --
Angie: Get out of my way, David.
David: Just hear me out. Ok? I have done extensive research on your diagnosis. Angie. Now, I'm sure you have, too. You've probably talked to the top specialists in the country. But the difference between you and I is that we follow a different set of codes. You may have your fine, upstanding reputation, but, therefore, people wouldn't come to you with certain experimental, fringe ideas. Now, a person with my reputation? People aren't expecting me to follow the rules, FDA or otherwise, and there's a hell of a lot more going on out there than you'll find published in journals. I can give it to you, Angie. So what do you say?
Angie: What do I say? I tell you what I say. Take away your sight the way you took away mine, gouge your eyes out right here and right now, and then we'll talk miracles.
Jesse: Fellows, I got this. Thanks.
Woman: You got to help me, please.
Jesse: Calm down. Tell me exactly what happened.
Woman: I gave my baby up, my baby girl, but I want her back.
Jesse: I understand that. When did this happen?
Woman: It was like yesterday. Please, please! You got to give me back my baby! Give her back!
Jesse: I do not have your baby!
Woman: You're still here?
Maya: Yeah. See, I used just about all my money on bus fare, so I really wanted to talk to Mr. Chandler.
Woman: Mr. Chandler isn't home either.
Maya: [Sighs] Ok. I should've called ahead. I met Asher, and he said that there might be a job in the house?
Woman: I'm the household manager.
Maya: Great. I'm a really hard worker.
Woman: Mr. Chandler never told me a thing about you. What other households have you worked in?
Maya: Well, I haven't. But --
Woman: Who run a tight ship. Maybe you'd be better off putting in an application at the record store at the mall.
Maya: Do they even have record stores anymore?
Woman: Good-bye, Miss.
Maya: Mercado, Maya Mercado. If I could please just speak to Mr. Chandler --
Griffin: First, you say that don't want you to go to St. Barts. Now you're saying I'm trying to get rid of you?
Kendall: You clearly want something here.
Griffin: No. You know what it sounds like to me? For some reason, you're trying to start a fight with me.
Kendall: Oh, no! No, I'm not gonna let you turn this around to me.
Griffin: Turn what around? I was just commenting on some dream.
Kendall: Yeah. Ok, that's another thing. Who does that? Who just sits in a room and watches someone sleep?
Griffin: You want me to leave?
Kendall: No. I want answers. Ok. All right. Maybe I was a little grumpy when I woke up.
Griffin: "A little"?
Kendall: It still doesn't change what I'm sensing, ok? I'm sensing something here. You came over here for some reason that you're not telling me. Now I'm gonna ask you again -- what the hell is going on? And I want a straight answer, or you can get out.
Griffin: You know I'm your friend.
Kendall: Yes. And friends are honest with each other.
Griffin: I only want what's best for you.
Kendall: Ok. Then you'll tell me what's going on.
Griffin: Kendall, you've been through so much.
Kendall: I know. "Poor Kendall." Blah, blah, blah. I know. I'm so sick of that. You're better than that, Griff. I deserve better.
Griffin: This isn't gonna be easy.
Kendall: I don't want easy. I want the truth.
Kendall: That's probably Ricky.
Ricky: Hey. Are you ok?
Kendall: Yeah. Actually, I just woke up from a nap.
Ricky: Oh. I think that this trip comes at the right time. it'll get you away from here, and it'll give you a chance to get the rest that you need. Right, Doc?
Kendall: Ricky, do you mind? Can I just talk to him alone for one second?
Griffin: Kendall, it can wait until when you get back.
Kendall: I thought that you --
Griffin: No, Ricky's right. You do need this time away, so have a great trip. All right? Look out for her.
Kendall: Griff, wait a minute. Griffin?
David: I never wanted you to go blind.
Angie: I warned you your budget cuts would put people at risk specialists on call -- who needs them? Sterile gloves, enough personnel to keep them in stock? Forget that.
David: If I could go back --
Angie: You can't! You can't. And I'm not sure you would do one single thing differently, because you're not a good person, David. So stop pretending you want to be my miracle worker.
David: Maybe that's why I want to help. Did you ever think of that? Maybe I feel terrible about the whole situation.
Angie: Very slick, but I'm not buying. I know that my blindness has no cure.
David: I never thought in a million years that I would hear Angie Hubbard being a defeatist. And what if you're wrong?
Angie: I have accepted what I am in life, and I am doing just fine.
David: I'm offering you a hell of a lot better than "doing just fine."
Angie: Just get out of my way, David.
David: Why, Angie? Just forget for a moment that it's me making this offer. Don't you want to stop imagining what she looks like and see your daughter's face for yourself?
Jake: That's some plan you have for us tonight.
Amanda: You like it?
Jake: Yeah. I was thinking more along the lines of dinner and a movie.
Amanda: And afterwards we could come back home and try and make another baby.
Jake: You're a great mom.
Amanda: And you are a great father, which is why --
Jake: I just have to be honest and tell you I don't think it's the best time.
Amanda: Not the best time? Why not?
Jake: You know how hard I've been working as the chief of staff.
Amanda: But Angie's gonna be coming back.
Jake: Yes, she's coming back, but we don't know exactly when. Right? And your job? You just started up a new job.
Amanda: Which I haven't really thrown myself into yet because I -- I mean, we talked about baby number two.
Jake: I just think if we're being really honest with each other, it's not just the jobs, and we're having some problems. Right?
Amanda: Because of Cara.
Jake: I'm just saying we have tension. There's tension there.
Amanda: Which is why I think having another baby will help release all that tension.
Jake: I don't think it -- I don't think it works like that.
Amanda: I think it will for us. I know it. I think having another baby will help us focus on what is important -- our family.
Maya: Oh, no. Where are you? I need to find you.
Woman: I want my little girl back.
Dr. Meyers: The loss of a child is always a terrible blow.
Woman: I just don't know what to do, how to get her back.
Dr. Meyers: Maybe we should talk privately.
Jesse: If there's a missing newborn, I think --
Woman: "Newborn"? My baby is 10 years old!
Jesse: Oh, I'm sorry. I --
Dr. Meyers: So who took her? The child's father?
Woman: No. The courts. But he has her, and he won't let me see her.
Dr. Meyers: Because?
Woman: Because he thinks I'm still using, but I'm not. I haven't had anything in a long time. I'm clean.
Dr. Meyers: I think I can take it from here.
Jesse: All right. Listen. Good luck, and I'm sorry. Ok?
Cara: Hey, Jesse? You ok?
Cara: Are you ok?
Jesse: Yeah, yeah. I'm fine.
Jake: You know how important family is to me, right? It's always been important to me. I come from a big loving family. I come from the Martins. We're the Martins -- you're a part of that.
Amanda: I'm talking about us, Jake -- you, me, and Trevor.
Jake: Yeah, and we'll have another one someday. Ok? Someday.
Amanda: Just not now.
Jake: I just don't think it's the best timing.
Amanda: But shouldn't I have a say?
Jake: Yes. Shouldn't I have a say? We both have to agree on it, right?
Amanda: So you have to go?
Jake: We'll talk about this. All right?
Angie: All you care about is practicing medicine at this hospital again.
David: I haven't kept that fact hidden from anyone.
Angie: But you need people on your side to testify for you, prove to the board that you're an asset to the medical community and to this hospital.
David: None of this matters right now. You know why? Because eventually I'm gonna get that support.
Angie: Not from me, David. I wouldn't let you treat my eyelash, never mind my eyes! I don't want your help! I don't want anything from you!
David: Try to imagine the moment, Angie. You try to imagine that moment when you actually see your daughter's face for the first time. What if I could make that happen? Because of your anger, you wouldn't even give me a chance. I think even you would have to admit that would be a shame.
Frankie: Oh, and would you look at those eyes? She's so cute! This is a heartbreaker right here. Of course, my dad won't let her date till she's, like, 30. But I wanted you all to meet the newest member to the Hubbard family. Say hello. Say hi. And there's the man that brought her into this world against all odds. Yes.
Jake: What's going on?
Cara: Can I share something with you?
Cara: And you'll hear the whole thing out? You're not gonna get upset? Is that cool?
Cara: Ok. All right. So I've been thinking a lot about the baby, Angie's baby, and it's a miracle that the little baby survived.
Jake: Very lucky.
Cara: Yeah. Maybe.
Jake: Where you going with this?
Cara: Have you noticed how weird Jesse's been acting?
Jake: I think it's understandable, considering the circumstances.
Cara: Ok. I was just in the E.R., and he kind of lost it on this woman that the paramedics just brought in.
Jake: What happened?
Cara: Ok. She came in. She was freaking out. She was hysterical, saying that someone stole her baby. And that Jesse was there, and he kind of -- he was very inappropriate, Jake. And --
Jake: What? There's more?
Cara: Yes. Angie told me that she lost consciousness -- right at the end of her labor, and that she didn't regain it until after the baby was born.
Jake: All of this is charted.
Cara: Yes, but when she came to, she asked Jesse if she could hold the baby, and Jesse didn't give her the baby. Not for a while.
Jake: What are you trying to say?
Cara: I'm just wondering, you know, what if --
Cara: What if the baby isn't Angie's child?
Ricky: You checked the windows, and you called your mom. The wedding is still on?
Kendall: Yes. Yes. Of course.
Ricky: So what's the problem?
Kendall: It has just been a crazy day. You know that woman who came over here, and she had car trouble?
Ricky: Yeah. And I got it started, and she drove off. So?
Kendall: So it turns out she gave me a fake name. And then Griffin comes over here acting all weird. He said he wanted to talk to me about my medical condition, but I know there was something else. But then he left before I could get anything out of him.
Ricky: And since there's nothing you can do about any of that --
Kendall: I know. Relax. I know. But this is just crazy, and it all started with that woman, Diana Holden.
Ricky: What are you doing?
Kendall: I am going to Google her, and I'm gonna find out exactly who in the hell she is.
Ricky: I don't think that's such a great idea.
Kendall: Wait. There he is, Diana Holden. She worked with Zach's casino group. What does she want from me?
Griffin: Ryan? It's Griffin Castillo. Listen, I need you to check on Kendall for me. What the hell? Hey! What are you doing here? Hey --
[A dead Diana lies in Griffin's bed at the Yacht Club]
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