AMC Transcript Monday 6/3/13 Ep. 17

All My Children Transcript Monday 6/3/13


Episode #17

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Jesse: What do you mean she's out of the country?

Lea: Easy, Jesse. Easy.

Jesse: Where is she?!

Tia: I don't know. They took her.

Jesse: [Scoffs]

Susan: You're the reason.

Tia: Shut up!

Jesse: I need you to check the rest of the building -- outside, too. They've got to be here somewhere.

Zach: Come on.

Eileen: They left a while ago. I'm sorry. She said that you'd come and find her. I guess you did, in a way.

Jesse: I really, really need to find her. We need to bring her home.

Angie: Are you sure you don't want me to try to reach your family.

Amy: No way. Uri said he'd get them if I ever tried to make contact.

Angie: Jesse won't let that happen.

Amy: You don't know Uri. He won't stop until he's made someone pay for betraying him.

Angie: And you don't know my husband. Jesse has dealt with every kind of sick and twisted perp imaginable. Nothing will stop him from finding Cassandra and putting an end to Uri and his operation, even if he has to deal with the devil to do it.

Jesse: What are you doing here? I told you before, unless you had something I needed, to stay the hell away.

Billy Clyde: Is this the thanks I get for coming down here and trying to help you get this place shut down?

Jesse: How did you find this place?

Billy Clyde: Oh, I listened to the good Lord, and the light of the Lord was shining upon me, and I followed his path where he sent me.

Jesse: You know, I thought I was wrong about your not being connected to the Koslovs. Maybe you tipped them off so they could run with my daughter when they found out I was headed here. Hmm?

Billy Clyde: Wake up, Chief Hubbard. Your girl was dust the moment it was known that she was hooked up with the chief of police in Pine Valley. Anything that happens to her, it's on your head, not mine.

Officer: Wait a minute.

Jesse: [Crying]

[Knock on door]

David: Winifred told me you'd be in here. For some reason, she didn't want to walk me in.

Brooke: Oh, well, I told her I was expecting you.

David: Right.

Brooke: Please, sit.

David: It's been a long time since I've been in this room.

Brooke: Hmm.

David: Never thought I'd be back after that night. So, should I assume that you called me here because you also see through Junior's act, and you feel, as I do, that he should be in jail for the killing of my daughter?

Pete: If Hayward thinks calling this impromptu press conference was gonna make me team up with him, he's insane. I'm not gonna be steamrolled by anybody, let alone some smug asshole. You get the -- No. You get the senior staff online ASAP. I don't give a shit. Find them. I'm gonna be heading back tonight, and I want it all in place. Yes. I want Danielle on this. Tell her to start preparing the statement. Okay? We need a major damage control right now.

Lea: Does Uri Koslov sound familiar? You know that you're safe with us, right? That we're here to protect you, to help you, to get you out of this mess? I promise you, we won't ever let them hurt you again.

Tia: We don't know nothing.

Billy Clyde: See, I told you it was useless. The guy came in, and they took your girl and they hightailed it out of here.

Zach: Jesse, Jesse!

Jesse: Son of a bitch.

Zach: Calm down!

Jesse: I'm fine. I'm fine.

Zach: I'll handle this guy.

Billy Clyde: Handle? Handle what? We don't have to handle nothing here. We're both on the same side of the law -- God's law, that is. God helps those who helps themselves. [Chuckles]

Jesse: Any luck?

Lea: None of the girls are talking.

Jesse: Look -- I know you're all afraid to talk, but we are here to make sure that those men never touch you again. And that's all we want for Cassandra -- to make her safe again. Her mother and I are so worried about her, and knowing that she was... Knowing that she was here makes me know that we are that much closer to finding her, but I need your help. Okay? If you know anything, anything at all, I am begging you to please tell me. I just want to bring her home.

Eileen: Cass would have been here if it wasn't for her.

Susan: I told you to shut up.

Eileen: Tia's the one who ratted her out.

Jesse: What do you mean "ratted her out"?

Eileen: For her dad being a cop. If it hadn't been for that, they wouldn't have taken her away.

Brooke: Please sit down.

David: [Sighs] Okay.

Brooke: [Sighs] I am very sorry about Marissa. I know what it's like to lose a child. I... [Sighs] Anyway, that's, uh, not the reason that I called you here.

David: Then why am I here?

Brooke: Well, I saw your press conference, and to say I was intrigued would be an understatement.

David: Okay. You know what? You can stop it right there. If you think I'm gonna let Chandler Enterprises have any piece of that, you can just forget it. I'd rather my device remain dormant than anyone close to JR getting anywhere near it.

Brooke: You don't have to be defensive. [Chuckles] I told you, it's not about JR or Adam or Chandler Enterprises. It's about me, specifically my new Internet program, "Talk Tempo." And I want an interview -- an exclusive with you.

David: An interview? With me?

Brooke: Hm-hmm.

David: Okay. I'll bite. Why?

Brooke: Because you and your life and your device are a tune-in. It's a story of redemption. You're the wayward doctor who's paid for his crimes and come out on the other side. And this is your chance to tell your story. Unless, of course, you're afraid of being questioned about the motive behind your life-saving device.

David: [Chuckles] I just spent five years in prison. I think I can hold my own with you.

Brooke: Prove it.

David: You know, maybe it is time for people to hear my side of the story. All right, you're on.

Brooke: You won't be sorry.

David: I think I'll be the judge of that.

Brooke: [Chuckles] All right. I will have my assistant call you, give you the date and time, and all the details.

David: Okay.

Brooke: Okay. Great.

David: Well, if it isn't Jason Bourne -- Pine Valley's own. So, how's that memory going there, Junior, huh? You still playing the "cobwebs in the attic" routine? And how long do you think that's gonna last?

Pete: I'll pay for the next honeymoon, okay, once this has all blown over. [Chuckles] David's not gonna know what hit him.

Celia: [Gasps as she sees a man in the room]

Pete: We are gonna annihilate this guy. When I'm done with this guy, Amber, he's gonna miss prison.

Celia: [Breathing shakily]

Joe: I thought I'd find you here.

Angie: Yeah, uh, they just -- un, you know, she's downstairs getting X-rays done.

Joe: Mm-hmm.

Angie: I-I-I really don't want her coming back to an empty room, 'cause she's -- she's still a little shaky off of everything that's happened.

Joe: Spending a lot of time in this room.

Angie: She's our only connection to Cassandra, Joe. And we don't even know if she was even being kept by the same people. [Crying] God, Joe, I feel so helpless, you know? I mean, I-I-I have a daughter out there who's going through hell, and there is nothing that I can do. I mean, at least Jesse's doing something. And Zach and the FBI, and all I do is sit by this bed and... pray.

Joe: That's a lot, Angie. Years ago, when Tad was taken from us by his father, Ruth and I felt the very same way you do now. We prayed that he'd be brought back to us and that whatever he suffered at the hands of that -- of that man, we could help him come through it altogether. Believe me, whatever happened to Cass, as long as she has you and Jesse, she's going to find a way to come through it. You all will.

Angie: [Normal voice] We have to find her first.

Joe: Yeah. You will.

Angie: What if we don't? What if Cassandra is not found?

Joe: You can't think that way.

Angie: Well, I have to. I mean, I have to face the possibility that I might never see my daughter again.

Lea: How did you know where to find the Koslovs?

Billy Clyde: How do you know I ain't jonesing for some Italian cuisine at Chez Adriano's and simply, uh, mistook one -- one building for the other?

Lea: Because when I searched you with that gun you'd better have a license for, you had the business card to "Your Every Fantasy" website.

Billy Clyde: If anyone moves in on my territory and threatens my business, I am gonna check them out. I got every right.

Lea: So you admit to running the same kind of business as the Koslovs?

Billy Clyde: I do not admit to any shenanigans. No-oh. Them heathens deal in the peddling of flesh. I provide a cervix -- uh, a service, I said "service" -- like a manicure or a pedicure or a facial. Only I deal in the loneliness of the heart. Oh, yes. And there's nothing -- nothing more likely to contribute to a lonely heart than a cold, empty bed. And if I have a beautiful young lady that can provide some horizontal refreshment and bring a smile to the soul, have I not done my best --

Zach: Come here.

Billy Clyde:

Lea: Wait.

Zach: It's okay. Were you checking them out or were you tipping them off the police was coming?

Billy Clyde: I wouldn't know a Koslov from a sauerkraut.

Zach: Those are the circles that you're running in.

Billy Clyde: That does not mean I have anything to do with the trafficking in young women, does it? Look, I-I-I told Police Chief Hubbard and his lovely wife if there's anything I can do with my business savvy and my connections to help them find their daughter, I'd be more than happy, and the man turned me down flat, and I'll tell you why. Because Police Chief Hubbard holds a grudge. Not, the statute of limitations for my... [Chuckles] little doodads have long since disappeared. However, Police Chief Hubbard -- he would love to sully my name and the sanctity of my reputation by insisting that I have a connection with Koslov, which is not true. Billy Clyde Tuggle is not guilty.

Jesse: [Sees a message from Cass on the wall "I love you, Mom and Dad." [Crying]

Cassandra: [Whimpering]

Uri: Well, Princess, the time has come for you to really earn your keep.

Zach: So, if you're really not working with the Koslovs, how do you end up at an invitation-only club?

Billy Clyde: One of my former clients -- a traitor, to be exact -- took his business elsewhere. Well, I persuaded him to show me where that elsewhere was.

Lea: I'm not buying he's so innocent in all of this. What goes together better than a two-bit pimp and a gang of sex traffickers?

Billy Clyde: Begging your pardon, youngish woman. There is nothing two-bit about my credentials. And I am -- I tell you, I am numero uno in my work in these parts until them Russkies arrived and got in the picture.

Lea: Okay. You want to show me your business license and last year's tax returns?



Billy Clyde: [Sighs] What, do all these feed-bag inspecting ladies -- Do they play it so close to the book?

Zach: Goes with the territory.

Billy Clyde: [Sighs] You can check me out for a month of Sundays and you'll never find any, any connection twixt me and the Koslovs. I know you're a big kahuna down in Atlantic City. My gals frequently get invitations to come play at your casinos and palaces of plenty, hmm? And -- and I know that you have been falsely accused on numerous times of malodorous connections with others.

Zach: Well, the difference is that I run a clean business.

Billy Clyde: [Sighs] [Chuckles] I'm sure your lady friend hopes you're telling the truth.

Lea: I'm not his lady friend.

Billy Clyde: [Chuckles] Oh, please. Listen, I have ridden the rodeo in male and female entanglements, and I understand that, uh, I can scent a definitive chemistry that's boiling up betwixt the two of you. [Giggles] I wish you all the best in sorting everything out. And since I have done God's work here... Please kick Satan where it hurts. And remember, since you have nothing to hold me on nor an issue of tissue, I will bid you both a fair adieu and adieu. [Puts on his hat and rubs his nose]

[Door closes]

Lea: Well, that was a complete waste of time.

Brooke: David, I will have my assistant call you and give you all the details.

David: So, how does it feel to be back home, huh? Back here at the scene of the crime? No, really, JR. How does it feel to be back in this very room? Do you get flashes of what happened that night, and then you have to pretend that you don't remember? Or do you just get the impulse to shoot someone.

Brooke: Oh, David, please.

David: No, no. You know something, Brooke. You're absolutely right. We should probably get out of here, because we both know how trigger happy this guy gets when anyone dares to defy him.

JR: Enough.

David: There it is. It's starting to come out -- the old JR that I used to know and loathe.

JR: If that's all you want to see -- the man I used to be, then go ahead. You know, if I could remember, I'd probably hate me, too, but I don't remember, and I can't change the way people look at me for the man I used to be. All I can do is try to make up for it by being the best friend, best father, and best man that I can be.

David: Mm-hmm. Right. And the world is full of empty promises.

[Cell phone rings]

David: [Sighs] Petey Cortlandt -- what a surprise. Dr. David Hay --

[Indistinct shouting]

Pete: Piece of shit!

David: Yeah, Petey, look. I'd love to discuss this further with you. Uh, perhaps when you get back from vacation, all right? So, when you get into town, just give me a call.

Pete: Another thing coming, buddy.

David: A colleague.

JR: Maybe you should focus less on my issues and more on your own. Sounds like you have your fair share.

Pete: [Sighs]

Celia: [Sighs]

Pete: I'm sorry. We're gonna have to -- oh. Great. You're already packed. I'm just gonna toss a couple of things in here, and then we'll get going.

Celia: Yeah. Absolutely.

Angie: I'm looking for Chief Hubbard.

Officer: He's out on a case. Is there something I can help you with?

Angie: The sex-trafficking case?

Officer: I'm not at liberty to say.

Angie: That case is my daughter, and Chief Hubbard is my husband. If you want to keep your job, you will take some liberties and fill me in.


[Cell phone rings]

Jesse: Hubbard.

Uri: You won't find what you're looking for there, Chief Hubbard?

Jesse: Who is this?

Uri: Someone who is very unhappy with you. Your little raid dismantled my operation.

Jesse: Where is my daughter?

Uri: You are in her bedroom, no?

Jesse: Yeah.

Uri: Walk toward bed. Slowly. Warmer. Warmer. Warmer. Warmer.

Jesse: What the hell are you doing?

Uri: [Chuckles] You didn't think, really, that you would find her that easily?

Jesse: You really need to stop playing games with me, Koslov.

Uri: If we don't play, you don't win prize.

Jesse: And how do I know you even have her?

Cassandra: [Whimpers] [Crying] Help! Help me, please! Help!

Jesse: Cassandra.

Cassandra: Help me!

Jesse: Cassandra, baby, hold on. It's me! I'm coming for you. Baby, hold -- Cassandra. Ca -- [Crying]

David: Whoa. That is strong coffee.

Jane: You said you wanted something with a kick. It's a combo of espresso and drip. I call it a shot in the dark.

David: Word gets around. Hmm.

Pete: Let me deal with him, and then I'll get you home, okay? Hayward.

David: Well, look who it is. Interesting how you knew I'd be here. Already keeping tabs on me, Petey? That's sweet, brother.

Pete: Yeah, ditch the stepbrother bullshit and quit gloating. Trust me, you're not gonna catch me off guard again.

David: You seem upset.

Pete: You're so astute. What, I don't answer your text, so you throw a tantrum, call a news conference to try and grab my attention? That's real mature.

David: No, no. You know, I am a lot of things, Petey, but even you should know that juvenile isn't one of them. All right, look, maybe you didn't hear this, but I said I hopeful.

Pete: [Scoffs]

David: Besides, Cortlandt Electronics and I can form a mutually beneficial partnership -- one that helps the community, enriches the job market, and, at the end of the day, saves thousands of lives. Now, you can calculate that anyway you want, but if you ask me, that's a win-win.

Pete: Yeah, your little media stunt wasn't about helping people, okay? It was for you to create a shit storm to your advantage to try and strong-arm me.

David: Okay, you're obviously still upset, so why don't we sit down and discuss this, okay?

Pete: It's not up for discussion, okay? I told you if I'm not interesting in teaming up with you, I'd call you.

David: But you didn't. Now, being your father's son, what would you have done in my place?

Pete: [Scoffs] Well, now you've pissed me off and helped nobody in the process, so next time you have some brilliant idea, remember I won't be played.

Jane: Oh! Gosh, sorry. Hey, are you okay?

Celia: [Breathes heavily] Uh, no, actually. I-I don't feel so well.

Jane: Okay, here. Have some -- Sit down. I'll get you something to drink.

Celia: No, no. I-I just want to get home. Um, do me a favor and tell Pete I had to go -- thanks.

JR: What, you want to taste it and make sure it's really water? [Chuckles]

Brooke: I trust you.

JR: Oh, that's a first. Well, I can't really blame you, Brooke, as much as I can't really blame Hayward. You know, I would kind of appreciate it if you could just give me some sort of heads-up before he comes over, so I'm really to square off with him.

Brooke: Well... [Chuckles] Sorry about that. He, uh, actually came over to see me. I invited him.

JR: You did?

Brooke: Yes. Uh, the board meeting for Chandler -- actually, we went over all the digital platforms, and David Hayward is such a controversial figure that I thought it would be great to book him as a guest on my new talk show.

JR: Interviewing provocative guests like David Hayward?

Brooke: Mm.

JR: That sounds amazing, actually. You know, I have a couple of ideas for scripts if you want to go over them with me.

Brooke: I -- [Sighs] I think the best thing for you would be to concentrate on getting well and getting your strength back.

JR: Of course, that is what I'm working on with Cara.

Brooke: You've come so far, you know? Don't -- don't give up now. Okay?

Jesse: Where's my daughter?

Uri: You don't watch movies, Chief Hubbard?

Jesse: Yeah.

Uri: Then you must know my next line, no? Try this -- if you ever want to see your daughter alive again, you will do exactly what I say.

Jesse: Which is?

Uri: Your investigation is going to take a very different turn, starting now.

[Cassandra sobbing]

Jesse: I'm listening.

Uri: It will require you to make a big sacrifice. Are you willing to do that to save your daughter, Chief Hubbard?

Angie: Jesse, wh-where is she? Did you find her?

Jesse: No.

Angie: Where's Cassandra?!

Officer: She made me bring her here.

Jesse: Hold on, baby.

Uri: Why don't you talk to lady? I can wait. It's big decision, Chief. Your daughter's life depends on it.

Angie: Is she here?! Jesse, please. Please tell me you found her.

Jesse: Angie. I'm so sorry.

Angie: What?

Jesse: Come here. Baby. I want to show you something -- What I did find. She must have done this when she knew we'd get this far.

Angie: Oh... [Crying] Oh. Oh.

Jesse: Whatever you want, I will do it.

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