All My Children Transcript Tuesday 4/30/13
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Jesse: Hey, Cassandra, sweetheart, it's me again. I'm guessing that you must've missed your flight, since you never met the car I sent to pick you up. I'm also thinking you must be on another flight on your way here, since you're not picking up your cell phone. Uh, that's your mother. Listen, call me when you get in.
Angie: You okay?
Angie: Who was that on the phone?
Jesse: The station - - some stupid screw-up with Forensics. I don't know. Boy, am I hungry.
Angie: So, what you trying to hide?
Bianca: You can go ahead and say it - - I am the coolest mom ever.
Miranda: And why would I say that?
Bianca: Because my friend Mallory just scored you, me, and your sister floor seats to the One Direction concert at Madison Square Garden.
Miranda: Well, you'll definitely be the coolest mom ever to Gabby.
Bianca: You love One Direction. Don't you?
Miranda: Like 10 months ago.
Bianca: Ohh. Well, come on. It'll be fun. It'll be a girls' night out for the three amigos, singing and dancing.
Miranda: Wow, there are so many things wrong with what you just said. Mom, a girls' night out with a 13-year-old? Being seen dancing in public with my mother? Being seen at a One Direction concert? Being seen with my mother and sister at a One Direction concert?
Bianca: Okay, okay. You made your point. You're not into it.
Marianne: Think they'll play something from "Take Me Home"?
Bianca: I'm sure they will.
Miranda: Promise you won't sing too loud.
Bianca: Have I ever embarrassed you in public?
Miranda: Uh, yes, all the time. Last Tuesday, at the mall, when the soundtrack to "Les Miz" came on.
Bianca: Oh, that's "Les Miz." [Laughing] Come on. Even the guy at the register joined in.
Miranda: Okay. So when is this concert, anyway?
Bianca: It's a week from Friday at 8:00.
Miranda: Oh, uh, I can't. I have this thing at school.
Bianca: What thing?
Miranda: A dance.
Bianca: Can't you miss it?
Miranda: No. Look, Mom, I'm sorry. Concert or not, I'm not missing that dance.
Brooke: Whoa. [Laughs] Uh, are you in a hurry, or are you trying out for Chippendale's?
AJ: Uh, I'm meeting the team at Jane's, and I'm already late, you know?
Brooke: Did you let Dixie know?
AJ: Can you? I got to shower.
Brooke: Well, I think she'd feel better if she saw you. You know, she - - she gets concerned when she doesn't see you. And after everything that's happened, it's...
AJ: I'll text her. She'll be fine.
Pete: What's wrong, Mom? You look like you're about to cry.
Opal: Nothing, no. It's just - - you know, it's just wonderful to have one of my boys underfoot again -- that's all. [Chuckles]
Pete: I know you miss Dad.
Opal: It's not only that. I'm just real grateful to have my baby boy back, too.
Pete: Okay, the "baby" stuff has to stop.
Opal: I will do my best, all right?
Opal: But, B-T-W, when I was in your room, tidying up, I sent some of those fancy shirts of yours off to the cleaners.
Pete: You didn't have to do that.
Opal: Well, I most certainly did. And, you know, while I was in there, I thought that room could use a little, uh, updating.
Pete: Ok. I told you, Mom, I'm not staying.
Pete: Okay? I'm going to make sure that Cortlandt Electronics is back on track, leave you with a good plan, and then I got to take off.
Opal: Yeah, but you're - - you're gonna stay long enough to - -
Pete: I have a company in California, remember?
Opal: But to at least take care of the mess that Caleb left behind?
Pete: Yes, I told you I would.
Opal: All right.
Pete: My company is going public soon, and I'm definitely going to need to be there. You know, after I shower, I've got a couple things I need to take care of. It really can't wait. [Smooches] Thank you.
Evelyn: I'm waiting, young lady. What was this doing in your purse?
Celia: I can totally explain.
Heather: So Mandy was in the library, and she said that she saw you outside talking to some totally hot guy. Spill it, Ceece, who was he?
Angie: No, unh-unh. No, no. Don't try to distract me. Tell me the surprise.
Jesse: All right.
Angie: I'll pretend I don't know.
Jesse: Look, baby, the thing is... There may not be a surprise.
[Knock on door]
Jesse: Okay. You got me. Go ahead. Open the door.
Angie: My surprise?
Jesse: Little late, but better late than never.
Angie: Joe Martin! Hi! Oh, my goodness!
Joe: Goodness gracious.
Angie: This is a surprise!
Jesse: You're telling me.
Bianca: I just thought it would be good for us to do something as a family. It's been a while.
Miranda: I know, Mom. It's just... I'm in high school now. Girls my age don't normally hang out with their moms.
Bianca: Mm. Yeah. I definitely didn't hang out with my mother when I was your age. But having Erica Kane as a mother added a whole other set of issues to the table.
Miranda: Yeah, well, I'm sure things were still different for you back then.
Bianca: Y-you mean because I was into girls and not guys?
Miranda: That's not...[Sighs] Look, I'm sorry. I just -- I really want to go to this dance, okay?
Bianca: Okay, all right. Yeah, say no more. It's fine, Gabby will bring a friend - - maybe somebody who appreciates my singing.
Miranda: Oh. Good luck with that.
Miranda: Hey, why don't you and Gabby stay the weekend in New York?
Miranda: I'm just saying. I mean, you love New York. You haven't been there in a while. It might be a good way to get your mind off things.
Bianca: That's a good idea.
Miranda: [Clears throat]
Hunter: Hey, Miranda.
Miranda: Hunter, hi.
Hunter: You're Miranda's mom, right?
Bianca: Mm-hmm. I am. Who are you?
Hunter: Hunter. Think we could talk later?
Miranda: Um, yeah, sure. Why? Do you, uh - - do you need the notes for Mr. Dawson's class?
Hunter: No, not about class.
Miranda: Great. Uh, okay. When?
Hunter: Later. I'll find you.
Hunter: What's up?
Miranda: Leave now before he gets back. Please, Mom.
Bianca: Okay. That, uh, dance thing makes a whole lot more sense now.
Pete: I just want to grab something to go on my way to Cortlandt.
Opal: Well, un, yeah, there's Jane's Addiction on 4th and Cedar. They make a mocha latte that'll keep you going all day.
Pete: Perfect. Thanks, Mom.
Opal: All righty.
Pete: You wouldn't know where there's any of those private schools over here where the girls wear the red plaid uniform?
Opal: Since when are you interested in teenybopper fashion?
Pete: It's just that the 14-to-21 demo is key to marketing our apps. You know, those girls have a lot of money. They shop online. They're always social-networking.
Opal: That is my Petey, always thinking, huh?
Pete: Well, I just figured, while I'm in Pine Valley, to set up a couple of informal focus groups.
Opal: Well, there is Bramwell Hall. I think their school color is crimson. And those girls' daddies - - they are loaded.
Pete: Bramwell Hall, you said?
Pete: Thanks, Mom. I'm gonna work on making that connection today.
Heather: Ms. Johnson.
Evelyn: You have some French verbs to conjugate?
Heather: Oui. Au revoir.
Evelyn: All right. Please, please tell me that this and that totally hot guy are not connected.
Celia: I don't even know him. I literally bumped into him outside, and he was nice enough to help me pick up all my stuff after I got my bag.
Evelyn: Mm-hmm. And this?
Celia: The truth?
Celia: I hand them out at the Miranda Center.
Evelyn: You're counseling teens now?
Celia: Not teens - - hookers. I give them condoms so they can protect themselves from AIDS and STDs.
Evelyn: I was under the impression that you work at the Miranda Center had to do with working with Brooke English on P.R.
Celia: Well, it is, but I want to do more. These women that come in are so lost. You can't even imagine what they're going through. They need help.
Evelyn: You've always been a compassionate child.
Celia: So, then, you don't think it's wrong?
Evelyn: No, helping people who need you? Of course not. But you know as well as I do that your guardian is not going to want you to be the one who gives them that help.
Celia: Who says he has to know?
AJ: Oh, hey, I was looking for you.
Dixie: Well, I'm right here.
AJ: No, I mean before. Were you at the hospital or...
Dixie: [Exhales sharply] Where you off to, looking all clean and fresh?
AJ: Meeting some guys at, uh, Jane's to celebrate. We creamed Center City, 4-0.
Dixie: Oh! That's fantastic.
AJ: Yeah, it's really not a big deal. I mean, we beat them every time we play them. If you want, I can skip Jane's and hang out here.
Dixie: No way. Oh, how would a soccer team celebrate without their goalie, huh? Besides, I'm already booked.
AJ: You sure?
Dixie: I'm positive. Please, go. Have fun.
AJ: All right.
AJ: See you.
Dixie: [Sighs] [Sniffles, sighs]
Dixie: Hi! Oh, it's a beautiful day outside. I... can't stand it.
Brooks: You don't have to pretend with me, okay?
Dixie: Okay. [Crying] I just miss him so much.
Brooke: I know. I know.
Dixie: I'm sorry.
Brooke: I know. No, no. Just give it time. Give it some time.
Angie: This is a wonderful surprise. So, when did you get back in town? And how did you keep it a secret?
Joe: Oh, Jesse - - he had no idea I was coming.
Jesse: Why are we standing around like this? Sit, both of you. I'm gonna let you to catch up, okay?
Angie: But you're not staying?
Jesse: I got to get to the station, and you know how I get when you start spewing that medical jargon.
Angie: Jesse calls it the best sleep aid around.
Jesse: Little bit. Dr. Joe... It's great to have you back in Pine Valley. Make it a longer visit this time, won't you? Stay around.
Jesse: [Laughing] All right.
Angie: Baby, thank you for my surprise.
Jesse: Hey. You two have fun catching up, huh?
Angie: All right. And, um... I maybe might have a surprise for you when you get back.
Jesse: Oh. I'm gonna hold you to that.
Angie: [Laughs] Love you. [Laughs]
Joe: You both look happy. Yes.
Angie: Yeah. We, uh - - we count our blessings. You know, we have each other. We have our family. And they're all healthy and safe, and that's what really matters.
Joe: Mm-hmm. A beautiful family. It is. Look at Cassandra.
Angie: I know, it's so hard to believe that she's all grown up.
Joe: Last time I saw her she was a teenager – – still a beauty, like her mom.
Joe: So, where is she now?
Angie: In Paris.
Angie: Yes. And we're so proud of her, Joe.
Angie: I mean, she is absolutely thriving.
Man: You're positive Miss Foster was on the flight?
Jesse: Her boarding pass was scanned. I spoke to a flight attendant who recognized her from a photograph.
Mann: All right, Edwards, uh, Endell, Fairchild, Forbes. Here we go –– Foster –– Cassandra Foster.
Jesse: That's her.
Man: She made it through customs.
Jesse: What could've happened after that?
Man: I suppose she went to baggage claim to get her luggage?
Jesse: Look... I am not just a father looking for his missing daughter. I am the chief of police in this town, and I will find another, more helpful agent and fire your sorry ass if that's what's necessary to find out what happened to her!
Man: Look, we don't have any detainees matching her description. Now, look, have you checked the, uh, first-aid station? She might have been sick on the flight.
Jesse: I've already – – I've already done that. Listen, I need to see the baggage-claim security tapes for the past three hours.
Mann: What carousel?
Jesse: All of 'em.
Hunter: Your mom take off?
Miranda: Yeah, finally. You must have thought I was such a dork for sitting with her.
Hunter: Nah, she seems cool. She's kind of hot, too, even if she doesn't swing that way. Chill. I'm kidding. I'm just saying she's pretty, like you.
Miranda: Uh [chuckles] . I still have to cut my hair and...
Hunter: No, I like it.
Pete: Mmm. Almost Seattle-worthy.
Jane: Almost? Try again. [Chuckles]
Pete: I stand corrected. [Chuckles] You must be Jane.
Pete: Is this your addiction?
Jane: That and a few others. Also a big fan of the band. Dropped out of college to follow them.
Pete: Ah, a fellow dropout.
Pete: Mm-hmm. I left Stanford to start my own software company.
Pete: I should hook you up with our pay-by-phone app. Could make things a lot easier over here.
Jane: Hold that thought. Have an order to fill. Oh, in the meantime, latte's 3 bucks.
Pete: I was hoping we bump into each other ag-- I'm sorry. I totally thought you were somebody else.
Evelyn: You know, it isn't as though you haven't been exposed to all kinds of other worlds, other cultures. Have you forgotten about all our summers abroad, all the museums we visited – – the Louvre, The Uffizi, the Bilbao?
Celia: They were wonderful. And I loved every moment of them. And I love you, Evelyn. It's just I'm 18 now, and I'm tired of watching other girls do things while I stay at home day after day. I-I want to go to the mall and buy underwear at Victoria's Secret.
Celia: I want to go to an underground club with kids my age and hang out and stay out all night and not get home until morning. I want to be so tired the next day that all I do is binge on junk food and watch "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" or "Beverly Hills" or "New Jersey." I don't even care. Most of all, Evelyn, I just – – I want to do something that you don't even want to think about me doing. I want to be with a guy.
Jane: Another latte. And one chai tea with soy.
Pete: Thanks, Jane.
Heather: I can't believe you created the Top Pop app.
Pete: It's true. You know, I was in the garage one day, just getting new wipers for my car. All the sudden, this idea just hit me. And so I went back, mentioned it to the guys down in Tech, and two weeks later, I had a prototype.
Heather: You make it sound so easy.
Pete: When you don't focus on the limits, anything is possible.
Heather: I'm totally into no limits.
Pete: [Chuckles] What I try to do is, every person I meet, in any situation I'm in, I look at it as an opportunity to try and grow my company.
Heather: What about me? Can I help grow your company?
Pete: Well, that depends. Does your school have a Facebook page?
Heather: Seriously? Bramwell Hall's so prehistoric. They're afraid it might ruin the reputation as an old-fart institution if they even think about joining this century.
Pete: Why do I have the feeling that didn't stop you?
Heather: 904 friends.
Pete: Mm, impressive. How do you keep track of that feed?
Heather: I block the losers.
Pete: Ah. I bet you have a school page.
Heather: Someone's got to stay current around that place. Want to see it?
Pete: Why not?
Hunter: These are good.
Miranda: You think so?
Hunter: Yeah. What's with all the gears behind her?
Miranda: Uh, it's a steampunk thing.
Hunter: Oh, cool. Yeah, I got to get going -- Bio test tomorrow.
Miranda: Harrison? I have it third period. Wait. Is that why you wanted to talk to me? Do you need a study partner?
Hunter: No, I just wanted to see if you want to hang out sometime.
Miranda: Yeah, I mean -- I mean, sure. Uh, when?
Hunter: Is Thursday good?
Miranda: Thursday's great.
Hunter: Cool. I'll see you then.
Miranda: Yeah, see you.
Jesse: That's definitely her. Wait a minute. Who the hell is that?
Man: It looks like a driver.
Jesse: The driver I hired said he never even picked her up, never saw her.
Man: Whoever that is -- she just walked out with him.
Jesse: I need to see the outside surveillance tapes. Now!
Pete: These are all your friends at Bramwell Hall?
Heather: Everyone who's on Facebook.
Jane: You realize you have about 10 minutes before you break curfew.
Heather: [Gasps] Oh, man! If I get another detention, no "Honey Boo Boo" for a month!
Pete: I'll cover it.
Heather: [Gasps] Thanks, Mr. Dot-Com. And thanks, Mama Jane. You're cramazing!
Pete: Hey, Miss Cramazing, do you think I could get another latte?
Jane: That's a lot of caffeine you're consuming.
Pete: I need it. Got a lot of work to do.
Jane: All right.
Pete: Welcome to Bramwell Hall.
Angie: So, tell me about Ruth. Did she come back with you?
Joe: Uh, no. No. She -- she wasn't up to an extended stay in Pine Valley, and since I wasn't really sure how long the consult will take, she decided to spend some time with Jake and Amanda.
Angie: That was probably the best thing for her to do.
Joe: I think so. I think so. She's been through a difficult time.
Angie: Well, you know, we all deal with tragedy in our own way.
Joe: Well, you and Jesse seem to have survived -- everything you've gone through.
Angie: Ohh. Joe, you know, for a while there, it didn't feel like we would.
Angie: I mean, losing the baby was difficult enough.
Joe: Of course.
Angie: But finding out that Jesse had lied to me about it?
Joe: Well, you know why he did that.
Angie: Yeah, I do. I understand it now, but I got to tell you -- getting to that understanding was not easy.
Joe: No. Maya and Lucy -- what are they doing now?
Angie: Oh, you know, Maya just got this great job with an eco-design firm. And Miss Lucy -- Oh, Miss Lucy is starting kindergarten in Portland.
Joe: [Laughs] Well, I know you must miss them.
Angie: Yeah. Yeah, you know, that's the problem with the people that you love -- sooner or later, they have to leave, and the farther away they go...
Joe: Yeah, the more you worry.
Angie: Yep, and the more you want to keep them safe.
Jesse: Hey, man. Yeah, it's been quite a while. Listen, I want to know what's going on with you, too, but right now I need your help. Yeah, I was flying Angela's daughter Cassandra in from Paris as a surprise to Angela, but she never made it to our place. Well, that's what I'm trying to find out. Airport security cameras showed her getting into a car. Yeah. Well, that's why I'm calling you. You will never guess how that car was registered. Under your casino.
Zach: My casino?
Joe: I ran into Opal at the hospital. She says Petey's back in town.
Angie: Mm. I heard.
Joe: Yeah. I'll bet she does everything she can to keep him here.
Angie: Well, isn't that every mother's mission in life, to keep her children close?
Joe: [Chuckles] Well, I think Ruth would concur. [Chuckles]
Angie: Have you seen Dixie yet?
Joe: No, not yet. No.
Angie: Joe, I think a visit with you would be really good for her.
Joe: Mm. Is she still having a hard time?
Angie: She tries to hide it.
Dixie: [Sniffles] [Crying] I'm here, baby... Just like I promised.
Hunter: Hey, so, I'll see you Thursday?
Miranda: Yeah, it -- it's a -- Thursday, yeah.
Hunter: All right.
Miranda: Oh, my God!
AJ: Happy to see me?
Miranda: You will not believe what just happened.
AJ: I think I just heard.
Miranda: Hunter asked if I could hang out on Thursday. Hunter Morrison asked me on a date! Oh, my God!
AJ: Yeah. I take it you said "Yes."
Miranda: Of course. What else would I have said?
AJ: For starters, "No frickin' way."
Evelyn: I know you're hurting.
Celia: I'm not hurt. I'm furious.
Evelyn: I understand. I understand. But...look, despite all of the rules and the restrictions, he has given you a very good life, young lady. He's made it possible for you to do a lot of things that other women might not experience in a lifetime. And he's very proud of you.
Celia: Oh, so proud he can't even show his face? [Sighs]
Evelyn: What about the beautiful coat that he sent you?
Evelyn: What about that music box? He's given you these things to show you how -- how he respects the young woman that you've become.
Celia: [Sighs] I don't want his damned gifts. I don't care if I please him. I just want a life!
Pete: Bramwell Hall is teetering on the edge of oblivion, and they really need to work on their firewall. Jackpot. [Chuckles] Student files? "Celia Fitzgerald."
Jesse: I know having anything to do with Pine Valley these days is not easy for you.
Zach: Not my favorite place in the world, no.
Jesse: I wouldn't bothering you if I didn't think there was more to this than Cassandra just taking a wrong turn or being sidetracked.
Zach: You're worried that she's in some sort of trouble.
Jesse: God, I hope not. I mean, she's a very responsible young lady, just like her mother. I mean, I know she's grown and all, but...
Zach: But you don't have a good feeling.
Jesse: No. I don't. So I'm hoping you can find out about that limo -- who was driving it, where they went.
Zach: Consider it done.
Jesse: Hey, I'm probably freaking out over nothing here, right?
Zach: Jessie...if there is something to worry about, we'll get to the bottom of it.
Joe: Well, I can tell you it's so nice to see how happy you and Jesse are.
Angie: Yeah. It took a while, but eventually we got there.
Angie: And for the first time in a long time, it feels like the worst is finally over.
Cassandra: [Screaming] [Gasping] [Screaming] [Crying]
Dixie: [Sniffles] I love you, and I'll be back tomorrow, okay? [Sniffles]
[Monitor rapidly beeping]
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