All My Children Transcript Tuesday 4/12/11
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Jesse: Details? A boy, 9 months old? Ohh. Ok. Yeah, thanks a lot, Officer. No, no, no. It's fine. I'm just compiling basic statistics. Let me know if others show up. Appreciate it.
Brot: Is that Philly P.D.?
Brot: Chief, you got to stop doing this to yourself.
Jesse: I can't. Besides that earring being pinned to the baby's blanket, we got nothing on Lucy's mother. No name, no clue as to what her situation is. What if she -- what if she decides to come forward.
Brot: If she was gonna change her mind, she would've done it by now.
Jesse: I got so many "what ifs" running around my brain. I can't have this come crashing down on me. I don't want to be blindsided. I can't be blindsided.
Brot: So, what, you keep looking?
Jesse: I got to.
Brot: It's not fair to you, and it's definitely not fair to them.
Reyna: Look at you, wearing some decent clothes for a change.
Maya: I have an interview.
Reyna: What's the matter? Sweat suits all dirty? Hmm. About time. Doing what?
Reyna: Ohh! Way to dream big.
Maya: It's a start. I'm getting out of here, Aunt Reyna. I'm done being trapped in this place.
Reyna: You think I'm stopping you? Don't screw up.
Kendall: This is beautiful.
Ricky: Yeah. I'll say. Hey, guys, what do you think?
Spike: Smells like flowers.
Ricky: A real nose on you, huh?
Kendall: It does, doesn't it? Yes.
Kendall: I know! It's so great! Ok, Sandra, you can go ahead and check the boys in.
Spike: Ian, there's a playground! Can we go play?
Kendall: You know what? Sure, you can. Yes, go ahead and have fun. I'll catch up with you guys later. Thank you.
Ricky: Oh, they're so cute. Are you all right?
Kendall: Yeah. Ever since Zach, plane rides are just rough.
Ricky: Yeah, I can only imagine.
Kendall: Especially now, now that someone may have murdered my husband.
Caleb: You knew it wouldn't work with Jack, didn't you? Here I am.
Jack: I say "Hello?" Hey. Looks like I lost you for a minute there.
Erica: You will never lose me. I should make another list.
Jack: A list of what?
Erica: Of all the things that need to be finalized -- the flowers and the place settings --
Jack: I've actually made my own list.
Erica: You have?
Jack: I have, of things that absolutely, positively must be done before the rehearsal today.
Erica: Ok, let's hear it.
Jack: Ok. First of all, you and I have to take a long walk on the beach.
Erica: Jack --
Jack: And they're nonnegotiable. And then we're gonna get in our jeep, drive across to the other side of the island, and have a picnic at the waterfall that the concierge told us about.
Erica: You really incredible, you know that?
Jack: I am. I do. Yes. I'm also hearing a "but."
Erica: But there are still so many things that need to be done.
Jack: Let somebody else do them. We will use the magic of delegation. Ok? They'll get done. Other people will do them, while I take care of you.
Spike: Mom, there's a water slide!
Kendall: That is so cool! Hmm. Oh, you know, this whole plane ride here, I couldn't stop thinking about Zach, what it must've been like for him in that plane. One minute he's flying around crystal blue skies, and then the next --
Ricky: Come on, Kendall. Don't do this to yourself.
Kendall: I'm just talking about it, but he was there. He actually went through it. He lived it, alone.
Ricky: No, he didn't. Don't you get it? He had you and the boys in his heart and in his soul.
Kendall: Do you really believe that?
Ricky: I do. If not, I wouldn't say it. All right. Do you remember why we're here?
Kendall: To challenge Spike for a cannonball splash contest? Because he will make you do that, you know.
Ricky: Yes, we're here to have fun.
Kendall: Right, right. Have fun. Forget about Griffin and his lies and the whole "dead woman in his bed" thing.
Ricky: Enjoy your mother's wedding. I don't know about you, but, look, this is the closest that I've ever been to Paradise.
Kendall: It is breathtaking. It's beautiful here, and I will enjoy it. I will. I need a little time.
Ricky: I know. You need to sit with your emotions for a minute. But don't sit for too long, because we got umbrella drinks and water slides waiting.
Kendall: Whoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! Actually, I'm very good at water slides.
Ricky: Really? Why is that? Is that a skill?
Kendall: Yeah. Yeah. With me it is. Heck, yeah. Mm-hmm.
Spike: Mom, where's the bathroom?
Kendall: The bathroom? You know what? I bet they have at least one around here. Ok? So why don't we go find one.
Ricky: You guys go find it. I'll stay here with Ian.
Kendall: Yeah? Ok. I think he's ok with that. Are you sure?
Ricky: Yeah, yeah. Go, go.
Kendall: Ok. I'll see you guys in a few. Thank you. Ok, honey, let's go. Let's find that --
Spike: Could we have a cannonball contest later?
Kendall: I think that can be arranged. I think we could do that. Let's go. Come on.
Ricky: So what's the word, Ian? You like it here?
Ricky: Yeah? Me, too. You know what? I think we're gonna have an amazing, amazing time, just the four of us. Like a real family, because you know what? You and me, we're gonna be pals. Right? Can you high-five me?
Jesse: Hey, thanks for bringing my girls down, huh?
Frankie: No problem, but I got to get out of here pretty soon because my shift starts -- ooh -- kind of now.
Jesse: You better get out of here, then. Maybe we'll run into you after Lucy's appointment, huh?
Frankie: All right, you knock 'em dead. You knock 'em dead.
Officer: Hey, Chief? Mayor Blanco on the phone for you.
Frankie: Oh. That can't be good.
Jesse: I'll take it in here. I got to get this, ok? Yeah.
Frankie: I could stick around for a few if you need me to.
Angie: No. That's all right, sweetheart. Brot, you still around?
Brot: I'm right here, Angie.
Angie: Listen, I know I already owe you so much --
Brot: You don't owe me anything.
Frankie: Hey, you were there the night Lucy was born, so we all owe you for that.
Angie: And we're not going to let you forget it.
J.R.: Can I help you?
Maya: Hi. I wasn't expecting you to -- you open your own door?
J.R.: Yes. And I dress myself, too.
Maya: I'm sorry.
J.R.: No, it's all right. You looking for someone?
Maya: Is Asher around?
J.R.: No. No, he's not, but I can give him a message.
Maya: It's ok. You're Mr. Chandler?
J.R.: I am.
Maya: It's actually you I'm here to see. Maya Mercado.
J.R.: It's nice to meet you.
Maya: Asher gave me this card. He said that there might be a housekeeping position available?
J.R.: There is, but we've been using the same agency for years. I'm sorry to waste your trip. Good luck.
Maya: So here's the deal. I really need this job. You probably have no clue what that feels like. No, you definitely have no clue what that feels like. But I promise you I'm a hard worker, harder than anyone you'll find at that agency. Asher told me you could help.
J.R.: Yeah, Asher doesn't do the hiring here. I do.
Maya: Let me just prove myself.
J.R.: Have you ever done this kind of work?
Maya: I've been doing this since before I can remember. Vacuuming, check. Window washing, done. And I can scrub, dust, and polish with the best of them.
J.R.: So you've never actually held down a housekeeping position?
Maya: No, not technically. But I care. I'll take pride in every mopped floor, in every piece of folded laundry, same as if I were some hotshot finance guy. I didn't mean you. Ok? If you want me to go, I'll go. But for the record, you'll be making a very big mistake, sir. [Faints in J.R.'s arms]
J.R.: Whoa! Hey! Hey.
Jesse: Ugh! That woman is amazing.
Angie: Now what?
Jesse: Can you believe that she has the nerve to be worried that this department is gonna give Dr. Castillo preferential treatment, because he is the brother-in-law to a close, personal friend?
Angie: It's actually iris Blanco that gives her friends special treatments.
Brot: David Hayward ring a bell?
Jesse: You know what? She's just marking her territory. She's just letting me know that she wants to replace me.
Angie: Oh, Jesse.
Jesse: I can handle her.
Angie: You shouldn't have to.
Jesse: Hey. You ready for your doctor's appointment?
Angie: Yeah. Let me go change Lucy first.
Jesse: I can do that.
Angie: I can do it. Is the interrogation room in front of me?
Angie: Get out of the way.
Angie: It's ok, sweetie.
Brot: So you keep it cool with the mayor?
Jesse: I got to, man. I couldn't blow it with her. Way too much at stake.
Brot: Take a deep breath, Chief. Your secret's safe.
Jesse: For now.
J.R.: All right. That's right. Open your eyes. Ok? There you go.
Maya: Where -- what happened?
J.R.: You passed out. You ok?
Maya: Besides being crazy embarrassed, I think so. I can't believe that just happened.
J.R.: Before you hit the deck, I have to admit I was pretty impressed.
Maya: And now?
J.R.: Still impressed.
Maya: So does that mean that --
J.R.: I'll give you a shot.
Maya: Thank you.
J.R.: On one condition. You go to the doctor, you get yourself checked out. Go to Pine Valley Hospital. I'm on the board there. I'll call ahead and make sure you're seen right away.
Maya: I'm sure I'm fine.
J.R.: I'm sure you are, too, but I have a son. And I want to make sure you're ok just in case you have something contagious.
Maya: You're a good dad.
J.R.: I'm trying.
Maya: No. I mean it. Kid's really lucky to have you.
J.R.: I tell you what. You get a clean bill of health, I'll give you a two-week trial. Sound like a deal?
J.R.: All right. You ok to stand up?
Maya: I guess I'll find out. Good to go.
J.R.: All right.
Maya: Hey. I took your advice, landed myself a trial gig.
J.R.: Ahem. Maybe.
Maya: A "maybe" trial gig.
Asher: That's awesome. Congrats.
Maya: See you guys later.
J.R.: Since when do you offer up jobs around here?
Jack: All right. So you -- don't do anything. Don't call anyone. Don't tend to one single wedding detail. Got it?
Erica: Yes, sir!
Jack: I hope we can keep that up after we say "I do."
Erica: Can I ask you where you're going?
Jack: You certainly may. I'm going to the front desk to get directions to our waterfall.
Erica: "Our waterfall"?
Jack: That's right. Today, tomorrow, every day after that, the world is ours. Get used to it. See ya.
Kendall: Hello, almost Mrs. Montgomery. Hello.
Erica: Hello, hello! Hello, Spiky! Hi, honey! How was your trip down?
Kendall: Once we finally took off, the flight was actually pretty easy. Right, Spiky?
Erica: That's good. That's so good. And where is Ian?
Kendall: He's actually with Ricky. The plan is to change and then head to the pool, right?
Erica: Oh, that sounds good! That sounds so good.
Kendall: Is everything ok?
Erica: Of course.
Kendall: What's going on?
Erica: Ok. A little something maybe. I've had some thoughts I wish I didn't have, that's all.
Kendall: Thoughts about what? The wedding? Not about Jack. Please, not about Jack.
Erica: Of course not. Jack is fantastic. I have no doubts about my being here and about marrying him.
Kendall: Ok. Then what?
Erica: I don't know. Maybe I'm just a little nervous.
Kendall: You? Come on, Mom, how many times have you done this?
Erica: That is exactly my point. I want this one to be the best. I certainly want this one to be the last. And so I just wish that there was a guarantee that it would all be perfect.
Kendall: I get that. Um, I have an idea. He may not be able to make any guarantees, but I think he might be able to help.
Kendall: Ricky. He's a great listener. He always has a way of putting things in perspective.
Jack: Welcome to Paradise. How you doing there, Ian?
Ricky: Thank you.
Jack: Did you have a good trip?
Ricky: Oh, I had a great trip. Thank you for having me.
Jack: Thank you for coming so far to perform our ceremony. We really do appreciate it. And we really appreciate all you've done for Kendall, as well, both Erica and I.
Ricky: I enjoy every minute that I spend with her.
Jack: You know what? I think the feeling is mutual.
Ricky: She's come to mean a lot to me. Actually, you all have. I almost feel like I'm part of the family.
Asher: I didn't offer Maya a job.
J.R.: Oh. Ok. But you promised her that I would?
Asher: All I said was that there might be a position open. That's all. What's so wrong about that?
J.R.: Beside the fact that this is not your place, how long have you known her?
Asher: I ran into her at the park, like, a couple weeks ago.
Asher: Yeah. I drove her home, which, by the way, isn't much of a home. So I felt bad, and I busted out my card.
J.R.: Ok. First of all, that card is for business, not for --
Asher: For what?
J.R.: Are you into her?
J.R.: Relax. It's not an attack. I'm just saying that maybe you thought if she was working here, it'd be easier for you to score?
Nurse: Mr. Chandler had us squeeze you in. I will be right back to take care of you. Chief, we have a room all ready for you. Let me get a look at that baby! Oh, absolutely precious. Come. Follow me.
Nurse: Terry will be right with you.
Angie: Thank you, Gloria.
Gloria: Ok. Come with me. I'll get you all set up. Ok. Just put this on, and a doctor will be right with you.
Angie: Jesse, don't give Iris any energy.
Jesse: You're right. You're right.
Angie: Or is it more than just Iris?
Jesse: I was thinking about Frankie growing up, how much I missed out on.
Angie: Baby, that wasn't your fault.
Jesse: Still, I want to be there for every second of this baby's life. I want to see her first laugh, her first step, her first bite of baby food. Hmm?
Angie: You know they don't go in that order, right?
Jesse: I was thinking about a leave of absence.
Angie: Are you serious?
Jesse: Yeah. I don't know. Maybe it's time to resign altogether.
Frankie: Maya Mercado?
Maya: Hi. Yeah, that's me.
Frankie: I'm Dr. Hubbard. I heard you got a little dizzy and passed out. So we'll check you out and see if we can figure out what's going on. Your arm. Have you eaten yet today?
Maya: Not much.
Frankie: Any stress lately?
Maya: A little. I'm trying to get a job.
Frankie: Oh. Yeah. That'll do it. Ok. Any chance you might be pregnant?
Maya: What? No. Not pregnant.
Frankie: Were you pregnant recently?
Jack: And there he is. Spike, high-five. Down low. He's quicker than he used to be, isn't he? Yeah.
Erica: Reverend, I'm so glad that you could be part of this.
Ricky: Ah, come on. It wasn't a tough sell. I'm just thrilled to be included.
Ian: Hop, hop.
Erica: Hop, hop, hop, hop! Oh, that's much better!
[Vivaldi's "Spring" plays]
Erica: Oh, excuse me. I need to just see who -- this could be somebody. Ah.
Jack: Sweetheart, is everything ok?
Erica: Really, what's the point of a do-not-call list if they can get your number anyway? You know what? I really should leave my telephone right in the suitcase anyhow.
Jack: Or you could throw it right into the ocean.
Kendall: Into the ocean?
Spike: Mom, the pool?
Jack: There's a good idea. You could throw it in the pool.
Kendall: The pool. Yeah, thank you for reminding me, Spiky. Let's go. Ok, I'm gonna rally these guys and get them in their bathing suits and head to the pool.
Ricky: You know what? I'll come with, all right?
Erica: Oh, Jack? Why don't you go? Actually, I would love to have a word with Reverend Torres just for a moment.
Jack: Ok. Come on. You and me, we're going off the high dive. We go off the high dive! Whee!
Kendall: Come on. Let's go.
Ricky: Oh, boy. So what's up? You got some ideas for the ceremony?
Erica: Uh, not exactly.
Caleb: Dorothy? It's me, and I'm on my way to St. Barts, and I need to talk to you. Before you take the leap, you need to hear what I have to say.
P.A. Announcer: Flight 347 to St. Barts is now boarding at Gate 14.
Caleb: I'll see you soon.
Ricky: So how can I help?
Erica: Well, uh, maybe it's because I've done this so many times before, and not because I was just looking for the thrill of it, or because I like planning a party. I really meant in all of my marriages "till death do us part," except for one which I was blackmailed into. Anyway, clearly you can see that none of them has lasted forever, even though I wanted them to.
Ricky: Life can be unpredictable in that way.
Erica: Yes, I understand that. Nothing is for certain.
Erica: But I want it to be. I guess I'm just looking for some affirmation of the spiritual kind. Something to assure both Jack and me that this time it will last, that this time will be different.
Ricky: Just look inside your heart, and that affirmation will be there. Unless --
Erica: Unless what?
Ricky: Are you having any doubts about you and Jack?
Asher: I'm not trying to score with Maya.
J.R.: Oh. Ok. If you say so.
Asher: Dude, I've already told you what happened. I felt bad for her. You know? Plus, I just got this feeling.
J.R.: Really? What kind of feeling was that?
Asher: Would you stop? It just felt like -- I felt like she needed a break, like the one that you gave me.
J.R.: Ok. All right. I believe you, but let's be honest here. It's not like Maya isn't an attractive girl.
Asher: I guess, but it doesn't matter. I'm not looking for anything like that.
J.R.: Guys are always looking, unless they found someone. Wait a minute. This isn't about Colby, is it?
Asher: Girls aren't even on my radar right now. My focus is on my career.
J.R.: Oh, yeah?
Asher: Yeah. Like impressing the hell out of my boss.
J.R.: All right. Maybe you should impress me by going to work.
J.R.: You're wondering if I'm going to hire her.
Asher: Are you?
J.R.: We'll see.
Frankie: Anything you say to me is confidential. No matter who sent you here, it stays between doctor and patient.
Maya: Yes, I was pregnant.
Frankie: Did you carry to term?
Maya: I had to give the baby away.
Frankie: How long ago?
Maya: A couple weeks.
Frankie: Well, uh, I'm not a mom, and I'm certainly not a woman -- I know, that's shocking -- so I can't pretend to understand what you're going through. But I did face a similar situation. It's tough, isn't it?
Maya: So much tougher than I thought.
Angie: I'm thinking you'd be making the biggest mistake of your life. As much as we'd love to have you home, giving up your career, Jesse? That'd be like giving up a part of your life, not to mention the department needs you. Pine valley needs you.
Jesse: You need me.
Angie: I'm handling things just fine. And in all honesty, if you were home all the time, it could keep me from learning the things that I need to learn, because I'd have you there to do them for me.
Jesse: It just feels like I haven't been as hands-on as I should be. I feel like I owe you and the baby so much.
Angie: "Owe"? Owe us for what? For being the most incredible husband, father, baby deliverer in the world? If there's anyone that you owe anything, it's to yourself, to be honest with who you are, and that is the finest police chief this town has ever seen. Don't you give that up because of Iris. Don't you give it up because of anything.
Doctor: How we doing in here?
Jesse: We're great. How are you?
Doctor: Anxious to see little Lucy.
Angie: She's all yours.
Erica: Let me make something very clear. I have no doubts about Jack. I love him. After all my experiences, my ups and downs, I need to know that love can get us through anything.
Ricky: Here's what I know about love, although I'm sure it's not nearly as much as you do. Love has a mind of its own. It appears without warning, sometimes from the most unexpected sources. It comes in many forms and can be expressed in many different ways. But one thing remains constant.
Erica: What's that?
Ricky: Love can't be ignored. You can push it down, tune it out, or flat-out deny it all you want, but one day, eventually, that love will be heard.
Erica: Thank you.
Ricky: You're welcome.
Erica: You sell yourself short, you know, because you answered at least one of my questions.
Ricky: Really? Which one?
Erica: Who would be the perfect one to officiate at my ceremony? I couldn't be in better hands.
Spike: Can we get some candy at the gift shop?
Kendall: Yeah. You know what? Yes, you can. And just make sure you don't eat it all at once, ok? And just put it on the room.
Sandra: Ok. I'll take them.
Kendall: Thank you. Go! Go! Go get it! Get that candy! What am I thinking? Ha!
Jack: Kids are pretty excited.
Kendall: Yeah, they are. I love seeing them so happy.
Jack: Of course. I like seeing you happy.
Jack: Are you happy?
Kendall: Yeah. Hello? We're at a wedding. Of course, I'm thrilled.
Jack: Yeah, thanks for bringing the reverend along.
Kendall: Oh, he's a great guy. You have a really amazing man performing your ceremony.
Jack: Yeah. None of my business, but I'm just wondering, is there any other reason you brought him along? Like, maybe there might be something going on between the two of you?
Kendall: Ricky is just a friend.
Jack: That's fine. That's fine. If he was more than a friend, it'd be fine, too.
Kendall: But he's not. He's not.
Jack: Like I said, it's none of my business. I just know things have been difficult for you lately, what with Zach and your health, Bianca's divorce, Greenlee and Ryan, your mother and me.
Kendall: Don't even bring that up. I am thrilled for you guys. I am.
Jack: Let me try this again. What I'm trying to say is it's nice you have the reverend to lean on, somebody outside your crazy family who can help you maintain an even strain.
Kendall: Yeah, he's really good at that.
Jack: So I've noticed.
Kendall: Ok, yes, things have been complicated, but I am hell-bent on leaving that behind. I am. I'm gonna leave it behind, especially for your special weekend.
Jack: Sweetheart, it is too hot down here to be hell-bent.
Kendall: I am. I'm tough.
Jack: I know you are. Tell me something I don't know. Come here, you. Love you.
Kendall: I love you! Ooh!
Erica: Can I get in on that hug, too?
Kendall: I think I should start charging for these hugs that I'm giving. Oh, yes. So how did the talk with Ricky go?
Erica: It actually went very, very well. He's very grounded, isn't he?
Kendall: Yes. Scarily so.
Erica: No, the conversation helped, so thank you for suggesting it.
Jack: Yes. Would you like to fill the groom in?
Erica: No. Some things are just for me.
Jack: I got something just for you. Come over here, you.
Kendall: Can you get a room, please?
Jack: We can't. We're too busy. We have things to do and places to see and picnics to eat.
Kendall: Oh. Ok.
Erica: We're gonna have a picnic right now, and we'll see you at the rehearsal dinner.
Kendall: Yes, you will. Have fun, lovebirds.
Erica: Yes. You, too.
Frankie: Everything is looking good. You said you hadn't eaten yet, and you were a bit nervous, so that could explain the fainting spells. If anything unusual comes up in your blood work, I'll let you know.
Frankie: What's up?
Maya: No, nothing. Just -- do you have any idea how much this is gonna cost?
Frankie: You don't have insurance?
Maya: I wasn't gonna come at all, but the guy that I was interviewing with made me get checked out. He got me this appointment.
Frankie: Oh. You're in luck. J.R. Chandler's taking care of this for you.
Frankie: Yeah. You don't owe us a dime. I'll just write him a letter stating your in good shape, and you'll be good. Take care of yourself, ok?
Maya: I will. Thank you.
Doctor: Your little girl is officially doing great.
Angie: You're sure? Everything checked out -- eyes, ears, reflexes?
Doctor: Yes. She's perfect. Congratulations. I'll see you in a month.
Angie: Ok. Did you hear that, baby? Did you really hear that? Our little girl is perfect.
Angie: Are you going back to work?
Jesse: No. I think -- I think I'll just hang here with you and super baby.
Angie: Oh. I think Lucy will love that.
Jesse: And you?
Angie: I'm worried, Jesse.
Jesse: About what?
Angie: What's going on in your head -- all this talk about leave of absence, or worse, you quitting. That doesn't even sound like you.
Jesse: Baby, I'm not making any decisions right now. I just want to hang out with my girls. Is that allowed?
Angie: Yes. Yes, that's allowed.
Jesse: Thank you. Every second is precious. Please don't ever let me forget that.
J.R.: That was quick. What's the diagnosis?
Maya: Severe lack of breakfast, and maybe a couple of nerves.
J.R.: You seemed anything but nervous to me.
Maya: So we're good?
J.R.: We're good.
Maya: I can start right away.
J.R.: Whoa. Take it easy. Why don't you go home, get yourself something to eat, calm those nerves.
Maya: No. Really, I'm good. I've been eating these since I left the hospital. Put me to work.
J.R.: Ahem. Ok. You ready for job one?
Maya: Mop? Dust?
J.R.: No. My ex-wife.
Kendall: Ok. Let me see what you guys got here. Let me check out the candy. Oh, very good choice. Solid choice. I like it. You're gonna share any with Mom?
Kendall: "No"? Not even with your super cool mom?
Kendall: "No"? You traitors.
Ricky: What did I miss?
Kendall: Do you do sermons on sharing the wealth?
Kendall: Yeah? I think these little gremlins could use one.
Sandra: Come on, guys. Let's open the candy.
Kendall: Go eat that candy. Thank you, by the way, for talking to my mom. She said it really helped.
Ricky: Helped me, too. I now have a good idea what to say for the ceremony. Though, talking to her made me realize something.
Ricky: I don't think I'm gonna be able to fit her full legal name on that wedding license.
Kendall: Oh, God, no. Good God, no. You've got to break it in volumes or something. I don't know.
Ricky: I haven't seen a real laugh out of you like that in ages. It sounds like an angel.
Kendall: Oh, stop. You are so sweet. So sweet. Ok. So what are you waiting for? Go! Get changed! Let's get ready for the pool!
Ricky: Hey, guys, the water slides in five?
Kendall: All right! Let's go!
Jack: You ready to go?
Erica: I am ready for our waterfall, our walk on the beach, and more than anything, for the rest of our lives together.
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