All My Children Transcript Friday 4/8/11
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Jake: What if the child isn't Angie's? Are you kidding me? If it's not Angie's, whose is it exactly?
Cara: I don't know. I just have a weird feeling.
Jake: You would say something like that based on a weird feeling?
Cara: It's more than a weird feeling. It's a puzzle where the pieces aren't fitting.
Jake: I've never been very fond of puzzles.
Cara: Don't jump all over me, because I'm telling you this. I wouldn't tell --
Jake: Lower, lower your voice.
Cara: Ever since they brought Dr. Hubbard in, ever since I examined her, I've been trying to figure this thing out. I get it. It sounds absolutely crazy. Give me an explanation, because I'm telling you, something isn't right.
Brot: Hi. Can I help you?
Jesse: Here she is, ladies and gentlemen. Lucy Hubbard. She's sleeping.
Tad: Yeah? She's beautiful, just like her mama.
Jesse: What are you doing here?
Tad: What's it look like I'm doing? I'm hanging all over your woman. I'm just filling in Angela on a case she hired me for. She decided it was time to bring you in, too.
Jesse: Bring me in, too, on what?
Tad: Apparently, somebody around here has been helping themselves to medication.
Angie: Jake decided to keep it in house. He thought he would ask Tad to look in on it.
Tad: Initially, it was just antibiotics, things like that. Now the serious stuff is starting to disappear, too.
Jesse: Can you give me a minute alone with Tad, baby?
Angie: You really think I'm going anywhere?
Griffin: Hey, Ryan. It's Griffin Castillo. I need you to check on Kendall for me. What the hell? Hey, what are you doing here? Hey! Oh, you gotta be kidding me. It's ridiculous. Come on. Come on, don't do this!
Kendall: I knew something was wrong with this woman. She didn't come here because her car was broken down. She came here because of the casinos.
Ricky: Are you sure? Diana Holden is probably a common name.
Kendall: There's a picture right here. She's the vice-president of public affairs of the group that Zach worked with. I mean, she picked up Zach's picture, and she never said a word. I let this go. I let it go, the fact that Zach might have been murdered, that maybe it wasn't an accident. I let it go. Maybe I was wrong.
Ricky: Let's not get ahead of ourselves here, ok?
Kendall: No, what does this woman want from me? Does she want to kill me, too, because I'm selling the casinos? I don't know. I have to go to --
Ricky: No, no, hang on. Hang on. You already went to the police. Remember? That didn't work out so well.
Kendall: Someone might have murdered my husband. They need to know about this.
[Knock on door]
Kendall: Hi. What are you doing here?
Ryan: Griffin sent me.
Griffin: Damn it! How the hell did you get here? Come on. Come on!
Cara: I'm sorry to lay this on you, but I just can't ignore it. You were there when they brought Angie in. Something didn't seem a little off?
Jake: Baby's fine, healthy. Mommy's fine. What's off about that?
Cara: There were no questions, no voice inside of your head --
Jake: If you do this with every single case that comes to this hospital, you're gonna drive yourself crazy.
Cara: It's not just every single case. We're talking about a placental abruption. And you know what --
Jake: I am aware of --
Cara: Are you aware of the circumstances, under the best circumstances, how many babies survive this? In this particular case, what happens? They're out in the middle of nowhere. There's no doctor. The mother passes out. There are no medical supplies.
Jake: Jesse was there.
Cara: What are the odds, Jake? I'm talking about odds.
Jake: I don't want to talk about odds. Forget about odds. They were fine. Call it a miracle, if you want.
Cara: A miracle?
Jake: Yeah, a miracle. I believe in miracles. I know we're all about science and logic and everything, but miracles happen every day in medicine. We both know it. We saw it together in the field, right? Things that shouldn't happen, couldn't happen, just do, every day.
Cara: Yes, but I'm talking --
Jake: I don't want to talk about it. Drop it. Drop this whole thing. Ok?
Brot: I'm Officer Monroe. Are you here to report a crime, miss --
Maya: I -- Maya. Maya Mercado.
Brot: You look upset. Maybe I can help if you tell me what's going on. I'm sorry. I have to go out on this call, but if this is an emergency, I can --
Maya: No. It's ok. Go.
Jesse: How long has this been going on?
Tad: A while. I don't know what to tell you. The board said they wanted to keep things on the down low.
Jesse: It's not their call.
Angie: Jesse, Jake was trying to protect the hospital. We've taken a lot of PR hits lately.
Tad: We seriously didn't think there was any danger. Now that this person has decided to up their game to narcotics, we all wanted to bring you in.
Jesse: You should have brought me in in the beginning.
Tad: I understand. I'm sorry. Keeping secrets is never a good idea.
Jesse: You have set us way back on a very serious crime. I need everything you got, Tad -- names, leads, today!
Tad: You'll have it.
Angie: Jesse, you know what, I think it's a good thing that you haven't had to deal with this. You've got so much on your plate right now. A new baby, a wife who can't always --
Jesse: Hey! Please don't talk like that. I am doing just fine. I'm taking care of my family.
Tad: I'll say. You even find time to deliver your own kid.
Kendall: Normally, I would slug Griffin for being so overprotective, but it turns out you may have a legitimate reason for him sending you here.
Ryan: What is going on?
Kendall: This woman came over here pretending to have car trouble. Turns out, she worked with Zach's casino partners. Her name is Diana Holden.
Ryan: And what did she want?
Kendall: I don't know. But she came in here. She was looking around all over the place, asking me all sorts of questions.
Ryan: Where is she now?
Kendall: She's gone. Ricky showed up. As soon as she saw him, she got spooked and then she left.
Ricky: Good timing, I guess.
Kendall: No, this was not a coincidence. She came here because of Zach.
Ryan: So where are the boys?
Kendall: They're with Sandra. She's gonna meet us at the airport. We're leaving for St. Barts in a few hours.
Ryan: We gotta figure this out. We gotta figure it out fast. Reverend, I'm gonna need your help.
Griffin: Damn it! All right, ok, ok. Just chill. Just relax. Call the cops. Cops will take care of this.
Cop: Don't move!
Griffin: Easy, easy. I was just about to call you guys.
Brot: Someone beat you to it. Neighbors called, said they heard loud, violent noises coming from this room. They said it sounded like a fight.
Griffin: I just got here two minutes ago. I found the place exactly like this. She's dead. She's dead.
Brot: Call this in to the station. We have a possible homicide.
Griffin: Officer --
Cop: Stop right there!
Brot: Do you know this woman?
Brot: Then what is she doing in your room?
Griffin: I have no idea.
Brot: Was she like this when you found her?
Griffin: Yes. Listen, I tried to revive her.
Brot: Why were you in her purse?
Griffin: I was looking for a stick of gum. What do you think? I was trying to find out who she was.
Brot: Do you know who she is?
Griffin: I just told you, I don't know.
Brot: Answer the question!
Griffin: No. I've never seen her -- ok, that's not true, all right. I know her -- I don't know her. I've seen her before.
Griffin: A month ago. She's a screenwriter. She tracked me down at the hospital right after Kendall's surgery. She wanted details about what was going on. She wanted to write a movie or something, ok?
Brot: Do you remember her name?
Griffin: No. She never said that.
Brot: Have you seen her since?
Brot: Griffin, are you sure?
Brot: Because you said you didn't know who she was, and now you're telling me you do.
Griffin: And you think I'm lying?
Brot: We're gonna go down to the station and figure this all out.
Ryan: Reverend, you saw this woman. Maybe you could help us figure out what she was up to.
Ricky: Actually, the woman who was here -- I think I've seen her before.
Ryan: When? Where?
Ricky: I don't know. I meet a lot of people. Maybe she was in the congregation one day.
Ryan: This could be really important. If you could try to figure it out, it would be great.
Kendall: She looked like saw you before. She knew you.
Ryan: Did Griffin know she was involved in the casino? Is that why he sent me here?
Kendall: I don't think so.
Ryan: He was very upset about something. We gotta find out what it was.
[Cell phone rings]
Griffin: Mind if I get that?
Brot: But I'm keeping it on speaker.
Griffin: Right. Hey, Ryan. Is Kendall ok?
Ryan: Yeah, she is. I'm here right now.
Griffin: Good. Listen, I can't talk right now. I'm going to the police station.
Ryan: What? Why?
Griffin: May have something to do with the corpse they found in my bed. I gotta go.
Ryan: The cops just picked up Griffin. They found a dead body in his hotel room.
Kendall: Oh, my God.
Ryan: He's on the way to the police station right now.
Kendall: Oh, my God. Ok. We need to get over there right now.
Ricky: I'll drive.
Ryan: No, that's ok, Reverend. I'll take her. Thank you.
Kendall: Ricky, thank you so much. I'll see you soon.
Angie: Why couldn't she do this at night?
Tad: Because she's got your looks and her father's timing. Ha ha! She just wants you to know who's boss.
Jesse: I keep telling you you need to let me help with the night feedings.
Angie: I like it. I can tell that you need your rest.
Jesse: Baby, you're the one that needs the rest.
[Cell phone rings]
Jesse: Excuse me. Hubbard.
Angie: Does he seem ok to you?
Tad: What do you mean?
Angie: I don't know. He seems distracted, worried all the time. I hope it's just exhaustion.
Tad: Wow. Look at the face. Whatever that was is bad news.
Jesse: Someone was just murdered at the Yacht Club.
Tad: What happened?
Jesse: All I know is there was a woman's body found in Griffin Castillo's bed.
Angie: What? That can't be right.
Jesse: They're taking him in to question him now. I gotta go. You gonna be ok?
Angie: Yeah, yeah. Of course.
Tad: Yeah, yeah. Bye.
Cara: Ok, I don't know what happened. I can't even begin to guess but --
Jake: Please, just stop.
Cara: I know that the Hubbards are your friends. I know they are close friends.
Jake: Yes. Some of the best people I know.
Cara: I get you're trying to protect them.
Jake: Let me tell you a little story about Angie. When she found out that she was losing her sight, she didn't tell anybody. Not a soul. Then she found this experimental medicine that was supposedly gonna stop the disease right in its tracks. So she started taking the medicine. But then she found out she's pregnant, right? She's thinking this medicine is probably gonna hurt the baby. She's not willing to do that, so she had to choose.
Cara: The baby or her sight.
Jake: Her sight, her ability to practice medicine, life as she knew it. But the baby meant so much to her, she was willing to give all that up. And Jesse. Can you imagine what that felt like for Jesse, just sitting back and watching this happen to your wife? The fear of your wife going through that and not being able to do anything? But he did. He had her back, because the child meant just as much to him as it did to her.
Cara: I didn't know.
Jake: Right. They're good people. They're great people. They've spent their life helping other people. That's what they do.
Cara: I know. I'm not arguing that.
Jake: But you just want to be able to solve your puzzle.
Jake: No. That's it. Angie and Jesse deserved a miracle. They got a miracle. Let's just be happy. Let's be grateful.
Cara: Ok. I'm sorry.
Tad: There you are.
Jake: Hey, what's up?
Tad: There's no good way to say this, so I'm just gonna say it. They found a dead woman in your brother's bed.
Jake: Shut up, Tad. This is not the time.
Tad: I'm not joking.
Tad: I just heard from Jesse. I don't know what happened. I don't know any of the details.
Cara: Where's Griff?
Tad: He's on his way to the police station.
Cara: Obviously he would never hurt anybody. I, um --
Jake: Go. You should go.
Cara: I have patients, though.
Jake: I got you covered.
Tad: Come on. Just leave it. Leave it.
Ricky: Good lord.
Man: You can't come in here. This is a crime scene.
Ricky: Forgive me, Officer. I just came by to find my friend Griffin Castillo. This is his room.
Man: You're gonna have to come back another time.
Ricky: I understand. May I say a prayer for her soul, perhaps bring some peace to her?
Man: Yeah, but you're gonna have to do it from right here. We're still collecting evidence.
Ricky: Of course. Our father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
Jesse: Ooh, I'm sorry.
Maya: I'm so sorry.
Jesse: It's ok. You ok? Can I help you?
Maya: I was just talking to Officer Monroe before.
Jesse: He is a little busy right now, but I will try to send him over.
Maya: Thank you.
Jesse: Have a seat. Dr. Castillo, any idea why there's a dead woman in your hotel room?
Griffin: No clue.
Jesse: Know who she is?
Griffin: I spoke to her once, briefly. Why someone would bring her to my hotel room and kill her is a total mystery.
Jesse: What else do we know?
Brot: Forensics is still working, but preliminary evidence says she was strangled.
Jesse: You said you talked to her?
Griffin: Yes. She tracked me down at the hospital on purpose. She knew that I saved Kendall Slater's life in the back of an ambulance. She wanted details. She's a screenwriter. She wanted to write a movie or something.
Jesse: You gave her details about Kendall?
Griffin: No, I told her to get lost.
Jesse: Give her your number, e-mail, any way to get in touch with you?
Jesse: Did you take her to dinner, buy her drinks?
Jesse: You never slept with her?
Jesse: She was found naked in your bed. Just want to make sure there's nothing else you want to share with us.
Griffin: I've told you everything that I know 10 times already. Why are you wasting your time on me when there's still a killer out there?
Jesse: Stroop. Anything else on the victim?
Brot: Found her purse at the scene. Dr. Castillo was going through it when we showed up.
Jesse: What was he like when you walked in?
Brot: Shocked, defensive. He's a big-time surgeon. Why would he do this?
Jesse: The victim's name is Diana Holden?
Kendall: That's the woman who was in my house.
Jake: All right.
Angie: Thanks again for the ride.
Jake: Hold on. Stay right there. Just let me do this. If Tad and Jesse don't show up to the party, someone's gotta step up to the plate, right?
Angie: They get a pass when a dead body turns up.
Jake: Come here.
Angie: Can you believe this? Griffin Castillo?
Jake: I know. It's definitely weird. Can't imagine he had anything to do with it, though. It's hard to believe.
Angie: I'm sure you're right. Must be scary, though, when the evidence makes it look like you're guilty.
Angie: Baby. Uh-oh. I think this little girl needs a diaper change.
Jake: I could do that. I could change her.
Angie: You don't have to. I'm all set up here.
Jake, in Sicilian accent: I think it's a requirement of the godfather. I don't have a problem with it.
Angie: Then it's an offer I can't refuse.
Jake: I know. She's so beautiful. So what's the consensus? Who are people saying she looks like?
Angie: I've tried to get an answer on that. I don't know. It was probably too early to tell. Why? What do you think?
Jake: I think you're right. I think it's too early to tell.
Griffin: Wait a minute. The woman that they found in my hotel room -- that's Diana Holden?
Jesse: Suddenly you seem to know her pretty well.
Ryan: You certainly recognize the name.
Griffin: From the casino business.
Kendall: You knew that she worked with Zach's casinos? You knew that she lied to get into my house, and you said nothing?
Ryan: Is that why you had me check on Kendall?
Griffin: Let's just slow down here first.
Kendall: I asked you if you knew her, and you lied to my face.
Griffin: Are you even sure we're talking about the same woman?
Kendall: Very tall, African-American, possibly psychotic?
Griffin: Look, I don't know who came to your home, but the woman who's dead in my hotel room definitely told me she was a screenwriter a month ago.
Brot: Is this the woman?
Kendall: Yep, that's her.
Jesse: Care to revise your story?
Griffin: I told you to look into this. Earlier tonight, I told him to find Diana Holden and bring her in. You blew me off.
Kendall: What are you talking about?
Ryan: You actually thought this woman was dangerous?
Griffin: I thought Kendall's decision to push through with the sale of the casinos might have meant there was gonna be a new threat against her. When the company V.P. paid you a weird visit, I told the cops.
Brot: The woman didn't break any laws, nor did she have a record. There was nothing I could do. So you got pissed off, said you were gonna take care of it yourself.
Kendall: I still don't understand how you know somebody from Zach's casino business, somebody from that company.
Griffin: Ok, ok. I better start from the beginning.
Jesse: Good idea.
Griffin: A while back, you told me you thought Zach's plane was sabotaged, that it might have been these casino guys.
Kendall: The letter that Zach wrote freaked me out, but I let it go.
Ryan: The investigation concluded the crash was an accident. I had my own investigation done. They found the same thing.
Kendall: Why are you even bringing this up again? I dropped it.
Griffin: I didn't.
Jesse: Then why are we talking about this?
Kendall: Wait. What are you saying? You looked into my husband's death without telling me?
Griffin: It didn't sit right with me. I sort of picked up where you left off.
Ryan: My guys didn't find anything.
Griffin: Neither did I.
Jesse: Again, why are we talking about this?
Griffin: Because once this woman, who's linked to the casinos, who was lying about who she was, paid Kendall a visit, I knew something was up. That's why I called you.
Kendall: You should have told me.
Griffin: Kendall, I didn't have anything for sure. You're still recovering. I didn't want to worry you unless I had something solid.
Kendall: I don't even know what to say.
Griffin: Kendall, I was trying to protect you.
Kendall: That's not your job. He was my husband. I had a right to know.
Brot: Hey. I didn't realize you were waiting around this whole time.
Maya: That's ok. My boss doesn't come too often this time of night. A lot going on here.
Brot: Yeah, you could say that. You've been hanging out here this whole time. You must have a good reason.
Maya: I --
Brot: It's ok. Whatever it is, there's a lot of bad things that happen out there. But we're the cops. We take care of it.
Maya: I know you are. I don't know what I'm doing here.
Brot: Are you sure? 'Cause if something's wrong --
Maya: It's fine. Everything's fine.
Jake: All right. She's all changed. I'm back there changing her, and I'm thinking to myself, you're remarkable. You're doing great, considering everything you've just been through.
Angie: It wasn't easy, but we got through it. Jake, tell me about Lucy. What's the expression on her face?
Angie: Oh, she's fussing.
Jake: Well, she -- she's looking up at me and --
Angie: Looking at that face of yours is making her cry.
Jake: I know, it's me. It's my hair. She is wondering about my hair. I don't know. One day I like it long, one day it's short. Everyone's got an opinion. Oh, you like it? She likes the do. You like the do?
Angie: Does she seem happy?
Jake: Yeah, she seems peaceful. She seems like she's relaxing now. Is there any reason why she wouldn't be happy?
Angie: Babies tend to pick up on the energy around them, you know, and I've just been such a roller coaster lately. Elated, excited -- now worried.
Jake: What are you worried about?
Angie: I'm just missing so much, and I don't even know what I'm missing. I need other people to -- to describe the basic things about my own daughter.
Jake: Hmm. Let me tell you a little story about when Trevor first showed up on the scene. I didn't know one end from the other. He'd be tired, and I'd be trying to feed him. He'd be hungry, and I'd be trying to give him a nap. I couldn't get it right, but it comes. You get in the groove. And you'll get there. You've been through all of this before. You just have to remember is all. You know, you'll -- Angie, what is it?
Angie: All the months leading up to her birth, I had no doubts. I gave up my sight to have a healthy baby, a tradeoff that I was willing to make. But now that she's here, I want to see her.
Jake: And you will, and you can. You just have to use your other senses.
Angie: No, I mean I really want to see her. And I'm just wondering if that could ever be possible.
Jesse: So clearly you two have some issues to work through, but we'll have to put that aside, 'cause I need some facts.
Ryan: What else you been hiding?
Griffin: I made Kendall a promise.
Jesse: Tell me how you know Diana Holden's name and not her face.
Griffin: Because I set up a meeting to get some information.
Griffin: And she canceled. I went anyway. I tried to force my way in. Her associates didn't like that much, so they took me out back, and they beat the crap out of me.
Kendall: Wait a minute. That's how you got beaten up? This whole story about some fling's jealous ex-boyfriend?
Griffin: I'm sorry.
Cara: Hey, are you ok?
Griffin: Yeah. I'm just trying to explain to them what --
Kendall: Explain a bunch of lies.
Cara: My brother put his life on the line for you with those casino people.
Kendall: You knew about this?
Tad: Yeah, so did I. Griff asked me to do some digging around, find out what I could about Zach's old partners. So I've sort of been facilitating.
Jesse: You gotta be kidding me. Any other cases you're working I don't know about?
[Cell phone rings]
Ryan: Hey. You ok?
Kendall: Please tell me you didn't know what Griffin was doing.
Ryan: I had no idea what Griffin was doing, but now that I do, I wish I'd kept my investigation going.
Kendall: You know what Zach's letter did to me, but I finally accepted that his death was an accident. And now this is happening -- I don't understand. I've finally moved on, you know? Will you excuse me for one second?
Kendall: I'd like to speak to Griffin alone, please.
Kendall: Zach was my husband. He was the father of my children.
Griffin: Kendall --
Kendall: How could you not tell me?
Griffin: Let me just get through this with the cops, then we can go somewhere, and I'll explain everything. I know how much Zach meant to you. I would never disrespect that. I just wanted to keep you safe.
Kendall: I believe you, and I'll help you if I can.
Griffin: Thank you.
Kendall: But first, I need to know is there anything else that you haven't told me.
Griffin: Like what?
Kendall: I don't know.
Griffin: There's nothing else. You have my word.
Kendall: This is crazy. This woman shows up at my house, and then she ends up in your bed? This doesn't make any sense.
Griffin: Sure it does. I'm being set up.
Ricky: Hi. Beer, please. No, actually, make it a scotch, the best you got.
Woman: Sounds like you're celebrating.
Ricky: In my line of work, there are times you get a chance to do some real good. This is one of those times.
Jake: It's perfectly normal to want to be able to see your own child.
Angie: I knew the consequences of stopping the treatment for the sake of the baby.
Jake: What is all this new talk about possibilities with the --
Angie: It's not about emotions or hormones. There could be real reason to hope.
Jake: Did I miss something? Is there some new research or something? Is there a drug trial?
Angie: Not exactly. It's David. He's offered to help find a cure for me.
Jake: Wow. That's an all-time low for him. Here. I gotta just say I hope the answer's no. Are you seriously considering this?
Angie: No. Absolutely not. That's what I told him, but he believes that he can do this. You know a determined David --
Jake: He's still David. He's just still David, right?
Angie: But Jake, he has access to people, experiments that are off the medical grid.
Jake: That's scary.
Angie: I thought I'd accepted this permanent blindness. Now that Lucy is here -- there's a saying. "You don't choose your children. Your children choose you." They're like these little teachers that come to us when we need them.
Jake: So you're one of those, hmm? You think the babies are floating around in the ether, and they pick whichever parents is the best fit?
Angie: Jake -- can you imagine having any baby other than Trevor?
Jake: Why did you have to ask it like that? No, actually, no.
Angie: You know, I've actually, from the very beginning, felt like she was sort of my coach, just coaching me all along. "You can do this, Mommy. We can do it together." And she believes in me, and I love her for that. I owe her that.
Jake: You've done an awful lot, given a lot of yourself for this little person.
Angie: Not nearly as much as she's given me. Ever since even before she was born, I needed her, this baby, this girl, this teacher. She has been with me every step of the way, and now I want to be there for her to show her that all the lessons that she has taught me about courage and faith, they were not in vain. I sound like a crazy person, don't I?
Jake: No, not at all. Not at all.
Kendall: You think you were set up?
Griffin: You got a better explanation?
Kendall: No, I can't explain any of this. But if it turns out Zach was murdered, that changes everything. Everything. I just wish you hadn't lied to me.
Kendall: Ryan, we need to --
Ryan: I'm already on it. Are you gonna be ok here by yourself?
Kendall: Where are you going?
Ryan: I'm gonna go finish what I started. Tad, I want everything from you. I want numbers, names, records, everything you got, ok?
Tad: No problem.
Ryan: I'll be in touch.
Cara: This is insane.
Griffin: It's gonna be ok.
Cara: That's not the vibe I'm getting from the police.
Griffin: They'll come around.
Cara: I hope so, Griff.
Jesse: Got some more questions for you.
Griffin: Shoot. Sooner we clear this up, the better. What is that?
Jesse: Plane tickets found in your room.
Griffin: Plane tickets to where?
Jesse: New Zealand. First class. One for Diana Holden, and one for you.
Jake: David is a good doctor. He's an excellent doctor. I can't take that away from him. But for him to promise that he might be able to help you restore your sight, what is that? Is that revenge? Is that redemption? I cannot stand by and watch him hurt you.
Angie: I can't even believe that I'm even considering --
Jake: So you are considering it.
Angie: No --
Jake: You just said --
Angie: I don't know.
Jake: All right, look, I'm not trying to be like that. If it's something you feel you really need to do, I've got your back. All right? I'll watch him. I'm make sure he's not working some angle.
Angie: Jake, you don't have to do that.
Jake: Actually, I think I do. [In Sicilian accent] I think it's another requirement as a Godfather. It's not my only job to take care of Lucy. I'm -- supposed to take care of you, too.
Maya: I don't know what I was doing at the police station. I guess I just wanted to know if you're ok, if you found a great family. I bet you did. I bet you're in a fancy room with bunnies on the walls and with a mom and dad who -- I'm gonna get this job. I want to be somebody you can be proud of. Maybe one day -- who knows. [Sighs]
Ricky: Oh, Diana, Diana, we had a good run. I'm sorry it had to end this way.
Griffin: Those are not my plane tickets.
Jesse: Those are not the only thing we found. We also found a large stash of prescription drugs.
Griffin: I'm a doctor. I keep samples of drugs at my home.
Jesse: Samples? There were enough samples to party with the entire south side for a month. We're talking large quantities of pain killers, narcotics, antibiotics, too.
Griffin: This is crazy.
Jesse: Tell me about it. Want to hear something crazier? $75,000 in cash just laying around your room. Unless of course, you were planning -- oh, I don't know -- say a trip?
Griffin: It's not mine.
Jesse: Somebody's been stealing drugs from the hospital.
Griffin: I'm being set up.
Jesse: Who's setting you up?
Griffin: Someone involved with the casinos. They don't want me poking my nose in Zach's death. I'm in prison, they walk.
Jesse: Diana Holden worked for the casinos. You're telling me that they killed one of their own? Why would they do that?
Griffin: I don't know. Maybe to send a message.
Jesse: Maybe you're the one that wants to send a message?
Cara: What? No!
Jesse: She could have been stepping out on you. You're out selling the drugs, you got the money, planning this nice trip to New Zealand. You come home, find her with somebody else, snap.
Griffin: Listen, the drugs, the money, the body -- they were all planted.
Kendall: Excuse me. I have to say something here. I don't give a damn about Diana Holden, but my husband may have been murdered, so I need answers.
Jesse: What are you saying?
Kendall: I need answers. I need the truth about what happened to Zach. And that means getting everything out in the open. Griffin was stealing drugs from the hospital. He told me so himself.
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