All My Children Best Lines Thursday 1/27/11


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Liza: I'm sorry. Who, exactly, do you think you're talking to?

Asher: I know exactly who I'm talking to.

Liza: Yes. I'm Colby's mother, and you don't belong here. So if you please excuse us --

Asher: I live here.

Liza: Ok. So why don't you find another room to go be obnoxious in?

Asher: Look, you did your whole mom thing for Colby at the party. Why don't you let me take care of her now?

Colby: Excuse me. I don't need you or anybody else taking care of me, ok? I'm not invisible. Excuse me.

Asher: Hey, let her go.

Liza: Ok. What exactly is your problem here?

Asher: I know about you and Damon.

Liza: I'm sorry. I don't know what you're talking about.

Asher: I heard you two talking tonight. You're the one he slept with.

Scott: Somebody looks like she could use something a little stronger. I'd offer to buy you one, but my boss doesn't pay me enough money.

Scott: That looks pretty intense.

Greenlee: Ryan's breaking the news to Madison about us being engaged.

Scott: Does that make you nervous?

Greenlee: Why should it? I have nothing to be nervous about.

Scott: You have plenty to be nervous about. But then again, who am I to stand in the way of true love?

Greenlee: You've gotten a new sense of humor, since you've been to prison.

Scott: If I didn't laugh, I'd weep.

Greenlee: Madison needs a friend, not a professional cynic.

Scott: I am Madison's friend, ok, but it is up to her if she wants to tell Ryan about their baby.

Asher: Found these in the library. Up for a game of cards?

Colby: You just don't quit, do you?

Asher: Movie, cards. If you say no to this, then I've always got partner yoga and a dance battle up my sleeve.

Colby: Uh, I think I'm gonna go with the cards.

Asher: Yeah. Holidays weren't too much fun at home, so I'd usually stick around the boarding school. All the other kids would leave, and I'd be there with the staff.

Colby: And you played poker?

Asher: One of the groundskeepers was a serious player. He taught me how to play Lowball, Texas Hold 'em, and he even let me win a little bit.

Colby: Wow. That was nice of him.

Asher: Yeah, he must've felt sorry for me, this kid not feeling like he belonged to anything or anyone. I guess he figured I could use a few wins in my life. Anyway, I'll teach you how to play. Hmm? Texas Hold 'em? I might even let you win at least once.

Colby: Because you feel sorry for me?

Asher: Not sorry enough to let you win every time. So come on. Texas Hold 'em is the easiest game.

Colby: Ok. How about we make the big and small blinds $2.00 and a buck? I'll cut the deck. No wild cards -- keeping it real. So when are you gonna start teaching me?

Madison: So where is this special restaurant you're taking me to?

Scott: Have a seat.

Madison: Ok.

Scott: There's something I got to tell you.

Madison: It's a $10 bill.

Scott: That is a $10 bill, yes.

Madison: So --

Scott: That $10 bill represents the sum total of my net worth right about now.

Madison: Oh.

Scott: But with this hospital gig, I'm gonna get a paycheck by the end of the week. So --

Madison: It's ok.

Scott: No, it's not ok. I never should've asked you out. Some catch, right? Ex-con with an empty wallet? No good. No good.

Madison: I understand the empty wallet part. When my father cut me off, I tried to pretend like I still had money, fool everybody.

Scott: That's when you got in the gambling situation?

Madison: Mm-hmm. And I squatted at the casino hotel. Trust me, I know what it's like to not be flush. So I'll buy dinner.

Scott: No. You are not gonna buy me dinner.

Madison: But your last $10.

Scott: No, no, no. You could call it stupid, macho, male chauvinistic pride, ok, but I am not gonna let you pick up the dinner tab. Ok? No, no.

Madison: I mean, we got to eat.

Scott: You and the baby?

Madison: We are kind of hungry.

Scott: Yeah, of course, you are. There's a great hot dog stand at the edge of the park. We could do that.

Madison: I love hot dogs.

Scott: Do that? Throw on a little relish, maybe some mustard on there?

Madison: Oh, sounds perfect.

Scott: Ok. Listen, I promise I'm gonna make it up to you with a real dinner as soon as I get a real paycheck. Ok?

Madison: You don't have to make anything up to me. This is exactly what I want.

Scott: All right. Then two gourmet dogettes coming right up. All righty?

Madison: Hey. Thank you for rescuing me.

Scott: Any time.

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