All My Children Best Lines Monday 7/19/10


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Eileen: So you're a single father.

Tad: Technically. I live here with Krystal --

Eileen: Carey, your ex-wife. You're currently living with her?

Tad: Yeah. We're raising our two daughters.

Eileen: Oh. Except the older daughter -- now, she is from a previous marriage.

Tad: That's right.

Eileen: And you have another child, a grown son, from yet another marriage. So in this house, we have you, your two daughters, your ex-wife -- oh, and your mother?

Tad: One of them. Well, yeah, the other one lives in Florida.

Eileen: I see. You have two mothers.

Tad: No, no, no, not like that. I mean, that's just -- not that there's anything wrong with it, but I just -- no. Opal, my birth mother, lives in the house with me, and then Ruth, my adoptive mother, she lives in Florida with my father.

Eileen: Your biological father?

Tad: No. He's dead. It's a good thing, too. Thank God. He's a total psycho.

Angie: Jake, please tell me that you see my Bible on the ground somewhere. I know I dropped it.

Jake: Oh, it's right here. Yeah, yeah, it's right here.

Angie: Thank you. Thank you.

Jake: It's ok.

Angie: Thank you.

Jake: How long have you been carrying that thing around? Is that what you do now? Huh?

Angie: Jesse found it. I had put it away. We were having company for dinner, and I was in such a rush to straighten up that I just stuck this in the closet, and that was months ago. I don't even think I missed it. But I could tell you where every folder and every form is in my office. When did my priorities get so out of whack?

Jake: Well, those folders and -- they're very important, ok? Those forms -- they all represent a life, so don't be picking on those. They're important.

Angie: But for Jesse to come across it, especially now. I mean, why didn't God just drop it on my head?

Jake: This is very scary. I'm sure it's very, very scary.

Angie: You know, I was never afraid of the dark when I was a child. And now I keep a light on when I go to sleep, because I'm just so terrified to wake up not knowing if it's still nighttime or if I'm losing my sight. You know, Jesse thinks I'm losing my mind. What am I going to do?

Jake: You can tell him.

Angie: That's not what I mean. I mean, how am I supposed to live in a world where I can't see my husband's face in the morning and where I can't see the sun going down at night, or the smile on my children's faces when they have their own babies, babies I may never see? And there is so much that I haven't seen, and, Jake, I don't want to miss all of that! Oh!

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