All My Children Transcript Tuesday 6/14/11


Episode #10641

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Proofread by Gisele

Cara: Morning!

Tad: Morning. That's a little casual for a christening, don't you think? You want me to change into my pajamas?

Cara: No. You, Angie, Jesse -- you guys are the family. Me?

Tad: You're family. Come on. I keep telling you, you're my wife. I want you to be there. You have to.

Cara: Tad, I don't --

Tad: Cara, are you still winding yourself up about that thing, what happened with Jake? It's over. It's forgotten. You were honest, man. You did the right thing. It took real courage. Honesty's big in a marriage, and I know. I read all of Opal's women's magazines -- even a marriage as off the wall as ours. So --

Cara [Imitates Tad] : My brother was right. You're definitely one of the best.

Tad: So I keep telling you. Sometime this week?

Cara: Ok, ok, ok, I'm going. I'm taking this with me. But I need to go to the hospital first to check on a patient, and then I'll meet you there later?

Tad: Ok.

Cara: Ciao.

Jesse: Wow. Are you ready to head over to the chapel now?

Angie: She may not have been born in the hospital, but it just feels like the right place to have her christening. So many of our prayers have been answered there.

Brot: Oh! Hold on a minute. I got to get a picture of this. Come on, guys. How do I work this camera? Here it is. All right. Come on, smile. Got it. All right. I just talked to Frankie, and he's waiting for you guys at the hospital.

Jesse: Cool. Why don't you walk Angela over, and give me a few minutes with this precious little girl, ok?

Angie: You see there? You're only a couple of weeks old, and already you have your daddy wrapped --

Jesse: I just wanted to say that without you, this day would not have been possible. I just want to thank you for everything.

Maya: The prescription for A.J. Chandler.

Nurse: Ok. We're a bit backed up. It might take a while.

Maya: Oh, I don't mind waiting. [Maya remembers giving up her baby as she sobbed]

Brot: I'm just glad it all worked out.

Jesse: So far, nobody's come forward, so I guess I can finally stop looking over my shoulder, huh?

Brot: Yeah. What about Angie?

Jesse: She's really happy. Hey. Check this out. Bam.

Brot: Oh. Nice. Thank you, chief. Thank you. All right. You ready for your police escort?

Angie: Ok.

Brot: Let's go.

Angie: All right, darling, I'll see you later.

Jesse: I'll see you over there.

Angie: Ok.

Brot: I think I got it. Here you go.

Angie: Ok. Thank you.

Jesse: You got precious cargo there.

[Brot and Angie laugh]

Jesse: Hey, baby girl. Who's your daddy, huh? Who loves you, baby? Who loves you? Who loves you, baby girl?

Ryan: So you got one of those cigars for me?

Greenlee: You need to leave.

Madison: What?

Greenlee: Now.

Amanda: Hey. You haven't forgotten about Lucy's christening?

Jake: Hey, babe. No, no, no. I'm just gonna be a touch late, ok?

Amanda: But we're the godparents, part of the ceremony. You're gonna be late? Nothing could be that important.

Jake: Uh, it's --

Cara: Oh, yes! Just the chart I was looking for.

Amanda: I didn't know you were back working here. Jake, for some reason, never mentioned it.

Madison: I'm not going anywhere. I still work here.

Greenlee: Now is not the time for you to be working.

Madison: Let me be the judge of that.

Greenlee: You've just experienced a devastating loss. I've been there. I know how it feels.

Madison: Oh, really? Who bribed a guy to like you?

Greenlee: If you're worried about money, don't be. You're still entitled to a fully paid maternity leave. Plus, any aftercare you need, that's covered, too.

Madison: "Aftercare"?

Greenlee: You know, if you need any counseling.

Madison: Oh. So now I'm a mental case?

Greenlee: Not what I said. Just know that Fusion will totally stand behind you until you're ready to return.

Madison: You don't give a damn about helping me, Greenlee. You just want to get rid of me to keep me away from Ryan.

Jesse: Hey, this must be pretty rough, huh? This whole christening thing?

Ryan: I'm really happy for you and Angie.

Jesse: Appreciate that. I'm sure that doesn't make your loss any easier.

Ryan: This is your day, ok, yours and your beautiful, beautiful little baby girl's, and don't let anything take away from that. Anything. All right?

Jesse: Absolutely. Thanks, man. Look at that.

Ryan: Hey, is -- it's ok?

Jesse: Go ahead. Go ahead. Pick her up.

Ryan: Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh. There we go. Shh, shh, shh.

Jesse: Hey, buddy.

Ryan: Ohh, so beautiful. I was just telling your daddy that he's so luck to have you. Do you know that? But you know what? You are so lucky, too. Shh. You are so lucky, too. You were born into such a beautiful family, such a nice family. Shh.

Jesse: Check you out, man. You got the touch, huh?

Ryan: She's a real gift. You know that, right? A real gift.

Frankie: Maya. Hi.

Maya: Hi.

Frankie: You ok?

Maya: Oh, I'm fine. I'm just waiting for A.J.'s prescription.

Frankie: Ah. How are things going at the Chandlers'?

Maya: Everyone's so nice. It's not the greatest job in the world, but so far, so good. Makes me feel even more sure that I made the right decision.

Frankie: Yeah? What decision is that? Oh. Hey, Ma.

Angie: Hey, babe. Brot walked me over, but he had to go take a call from the station. So I thought I'd come get you.

Frankie: Oh. Great. Maya, this beautiful lady is my mother, Dr. Angela Hubbard.

Maya: Hi. Nice to meet you.

Angie: Hi. Nice to meet you, too. "Maya" -- that's a pretty name.

Maya: Thank you.

Jake: Cara just started --

Cara: I don't have any patients.

Amanda: So it just slipped your mind?

Jake: Well, I was --

Cara: Actually, it was Tad who really pushed for this. I think, really, he was just tired of me complaining about the lack of challenging cases that I had in the tent.

Jake: Honey, I don't want you to think there's anything --

Amanda: It doesn't matter. Anyway, she's here. I know you're a great doctor. You're a valuable asset to the hospital.

Cara: Thank you.

Amanda: But we really do need to get to the christening.

Jake: Yes, yes. I'm just gonna -- just tell Jesse and Angie not to worry. Ok? All right? Ok?

Amanda: Ok. See you there, too?

Cara: Oh, yeah. Hey.

Jake: Hmm?

Cara: Why didn't you tell her?

Tad: Don't go crazy back there. I wasn't asking for this.

Opal: Yeah. You asked me how you looked. I said, "I better get my scissors."

Tad: I was asking how I looked because there's nothing wrong with looking good for a christening. It's a big day.

Opal: Oh. That's for sure. We wouldn't want little baby Lucy to see you with any split ends or anything.

Tad: It's an important day for Angie and Jesse.

Opal: It is. It is. But I know who you're really looking to impress, and there's nothing wrong with that either. Like I always say --

Tad: Ma, don't start, please.

Opal: Then don't ask for my opinion.

Tad: I didn't ask for your opinion.

Opal: You are doing everything you can to make yourself look more appetizing for Cara.

Tad: Nice. I sound like a snack.

Opal: It's true. She's young. She's energetic. She's passionate. She's keeping you on your toes.

Tad: You know what they say: There's no fool like an old fool.

Opal: Now, just wait a minute. Firstly, you are not old, because that would make me even older, so forget it.

Tad: Yeah. Forgotten.

Opal: And secondly, I have come to really like Cara. I like seeing her, how she is with the girls.

Tad: God help me, there's a "thirdly" on the way. I can hear it.

Opal: Yeah, and I like that she is still keeping the spring in your step. I just couldn't be happier.

Tad: Because of the spring in my step?

Opal: Because I think this is becoming a real marriage with all the trimmings. You know what I mean?

Tad: I'm getting a rough idea. How's my hair?

Opal: Ok. All right. I get it. You are still not 100% sure that she is over your brother yet. Well, I can fix that. You just wait right there.

Jake: I don't know exactly why I didn't tell her. I think I was waiting for the right moment.

Cara: "The right moment"?

Jake: Yeah. I mean, there were a few times that I started to --

Cara: Ok. But?

Jake: It's not easy to tell your wife that you are gonna rehire your ex-wife, and she's gonna come back into the workforce with you and be there with you. And Tad knows what happened --

Cara: Nothing happened. In fact, we threw away the wedding ring, along with our past.

Jake: Really? I'm still feeling guilty.

Cara: We're gonna make this work, ok? Look at me. It's all good.

[Phone chirps]

Cara: So in the meantime -- yes, I need that. And you need to --

Jake: I got to go to the christening.

Cara: Exactly. You need to be there for the baby. So get dressed, changed, and I'll see you at the chapel.

Jake: All right. Oh-ho-ho!

Cara: Oh, Jake. What?

Jake: No, it's Mr. Ferguson -- he did it again. He did it again.

Cara: Ok. I'll help you.

Jake: No, no. You go to the christening. Tad's gonna get all bent out of shape --

Cara: Let's not argue. It's ok. No, no! Let's just get it done, ok, together. Yes?

Jake: Sure.

Cara: All right. Jake?

Jake: Yeah?

[Tad snickers]

Opal: What?

Tad: Hair dye?! Hair dye? "Men's hair color"? "Dark brown." This is your brilliant solution for all of my problems that may or may not exist?

Opal: This is a rinse, and everybody's doing it.

Tad: Nobody I know.

Opal: Oh, yeah? What about Carlo down the street? Or your dentist? It's not about putting a product on your head. This is about throwing yourself full-bore into this marriage.

Tad: It's not myself I'm worried about. It's Cara's self. If she's still hung up on Jake, then --

Opal: Is she? Is she for real?

Tad: They have history.

Opal: Oh, come on. You have history, too. Everybody's got history. Nobody comes to a marriage without a great, big suitcase full of experiences.

Tad: And they were married.

Opal: Yeah, and now they're divorced. So it's up to you, buddy boy. This is your choice. Are you gonna be the baggage handler of the past, or are you gonna just fly full speed ahead into the future? Future.

Tad: [Snickers] Ha ha! You're killing me!

Opal: Thaddeus, come on, now!

Tad: Put away the magic potion. All right?

Opal: But --

Tad: No. No buts. Ok? You heard me.

Ryan: Thank you, Lucy. Thank you for reminding me how lucky I am to have my kids, the ones that are with me and the ones --

Jesse: Amen.

[Lucy cries]

Ryan: There's your daddy. There's your daddy. Look at her. Congratulations, Jesse. Have a beautiful day. Thanks for the --

[Lucy cries]

Jesse: Ok. You know what? Ryan's right. Every little baby is a gift. And as we christen you today, we're gonna be praying for your sister Ellie. Your sister Ellie will be there with us. All right? All right?

Maya: Thank you. That's so great, both you and Frankie being doctors, getting to work together.

Angie: I'm taking some time off, but, yes, it is wonderful.

Frankie: Oh, yeah. Yeah, it's a lot of fun having your mom as your boss. Ahem. Anyway, we have a christening to get to -- my baby sister.

Maya: So you have a new baby? That's so great.

Angie: Yes, it has been. My only regret is not being able to see my little girl.

Maya: I'm sure she's very beautiful.

Angie: That I know. And one day, who knows? Miracles do happen.

Maya: I hope so, for you and for your baby.

Angie: Thank you. You take care, Maya.

Maya: You, too.

Greenlee: This has nothing to do with Ryan.

Madison: It's always been about Ryan.

Greenlee: I'm trying to help you. If you can't accept that --

Madison: Not from you.

Greenlee: Ok. Then I'll call Scott. Maybe he can convince you.

Madison: Yeah, call Scott. Pay him to tell me more lies.

Greenlee: He genuinely cares about you.

Madison: Or maybe you could go shopping at the prison again, find another volunteer to do your dirty work.

Greenlee: I've been beating myself up for how I brought Scott into your life, but you know what? I didn't do such a bad thing. You've got a guy that's crazy about you -- so crazy, he was willing to say he was the father of your baby. And then when that blew up, he still stood by you to raise your baby. Even after everything, Scott was there for you. You know how many girls would kill for a guy like that? Only that wasn't good enough for you, because the only guy that's good enough for you is Ryan, only -- this just in -- he's taken by me. He needs me to help him through his loss, and I need him to help rebuild our marriage. So are we clear?

Madison: Not quite, since you seem to forget that you and Ryan aren't actually married.

Greenlee: And you're not having his baby anymore.

Ryan: Greenlee, that's enough. Madison's grieving, and you just throw that in her face?

Madison: It's ok.

Ryan: No, actually, it's not ok.

Greenlee: I'm sorry for what I said. I know it sounded very harsh, but I was just responding to what Madison said. Did you hear that part?

Ryan: Honestly, nothing Madison could've said would justify talking to her like that.

Madison: Ryan, I don't need you sticking up for me. I don't need it, don't want it. I don't want any part of this. In fact, Greenlee, why don't you just do what you were gonna do in the first place? Just fire me.

Ryan: Hold on a minute. You were about to fire her?

Greenlee: I had -- I have no intention of firing her, and she knows that. I was just trying to, like -- why am I even defending myself? You've already decided who you want to believe.

Ryan: Greenlee, I want to try to figure this out, please! I'm sorry about that.

Madison: So am I.

Jesse: Where the hell is Jake? I hope he didn't forget.

Angie: He'll be here.

Jesse: He said he was gonna be here early.

Angie: Jesse, don't worry. Jake is Lucy's godfather. He's not going to disappoint us.

Cara: Hey!

Tad: Hey, honey. No, it's fine. Actually, Mama talked me into getting a bit of a haircut. What do you think?

Cara: Oh, yeah. Looks good.

Tad: Really? Does it? Normally I don't let her touch my hair with a 10-foot pole. Do you think I should've let her take a little bit more off the front, the Keith Partridge thing?

Cara: Yeah.

Tad: Because it was either this or a Mohawk. Or the Telly Savalas, but then again, I have a really flat head. I was afraid it'd make me look like a beaker.

Cara: Uh-huh.

Tad: Uh-huh. Ok. Do you mind telling me about whatever or whoever is bothering the hell out of you?

Cara: Actually, you know what? Yeah, let's talk about this. You know what? Yeah. I am so sick and tired of talking about my problems with Jake. You know what I want? I want you to be happy. I want Jake to be happy, but especially you because of everything that you've done for me. Yeah. Because all I've done is I've just made things hard for you. You know?

Tad: You have no idea. As a matter of fact, that's a really good idea. While we're airing out our dirty laundry, let's sit down and make a list of all the ways you've made my life a living misery. Ok? Number one, you proceed blowing into town like a hurricane. No one's even laid eyes on you before, and the next thing I know, I turn around and we are married. But do you stop there? Absolutely not. Then you get me involved in your brother's mess, the alleged drug dealer/murderer. And while I'm trying to keep my head above water with that thing, trying to figure out what to get out for an anniversary present -- boom -- you decide that honesty's the best policy and admit that you basically almost made love to your ex-husband, my brother.

Cara: Ok there! Let's just stop. I get it. Yes, you made your point. I've royally screwed things up.

Tad: Honesty is a very good policy, and the fact is you and Jake really have a lot to work through.

Cara: Yes, we need to move on.

Tad: And then we get to the other side of the page. Let's see. What do we got here? Before you know it, your instincts were absolutely right. Your brother is innocent, and I help save the world a very talented surgeon.

Cara: Yes, you did.

Tad: And then there's -- little thing is barely worth mentioning.

Cara: What little thing?

Tad: Ah, nothing.

Cara: What?

Tad: Our marriage. The one that I was crazy enough to get into, which has made me excruciatingly, undeniably --

Cara: What?

Tad: Happy.

Cara: Oh.

Tad: I haven't felt this good in a long time. So let's see. When we add it up -- I add up the napkin -- I got the marriage proposal, then we got the murder/drug dealer -- that's a biggie -- and then, of course, we have the kissing Jake -- not good -- and then on the other side we have happy. "Happy" is a much bigger check, so overall, you're still ahead. Ha ha ha ha!

Cara: Wait a second.

Tad: Huh? What? You're making me paranoid. What? What?

Cara: Yeah. Next time, tell Opal to go just a little bit shorter in the back.

Tad: I'll do that. Shall we go?

Cara: Yes! I accidentally --

Tad: Do you want this? Seriously, I'll sign it.

Cara: Yeah, you can sign it. I'm gonna put it on the refrigerator as a reminder! "Happy."

Greenlee: Oh. Stop whatever it is you're doing.

Jake: Hey, you can't just barge in here.

Greenlee: Why wasn't I informed that Cara Castillo was coming back on staff?

Jake: Why you asking me that?

Greenlee: Answer me.

Jake: It was a staffing issue --

Greenlee: You could've at least discussed it with me. I am, after all, the owner of the hospital -- at least for now.

Jake: So why do you have a problem with it?

Greenlee: Then there's the issue of her brother Griffin stealing drugs. I know it was for a noble cause and everything, but the last thing we need around here is another scandal.

Jake: Ok. Can I ask you something if you're done?

Greenlee: Make it quick. I have a full day.

Jake: I don't want to keep you. I don't think this has anything to do with Cara, and I don't think it has anything to do with Griffin, or the hospital, for that matter. I think it has something to do with you, something you did. Did you do something?

Madison: You know how Greenlee is. Sometimes she just blurts things out.

Ryan: What did you say to her before I walked in?

Madison: I guess I kind of lost it for a moment. We both did.

Ryan: And?

Madison: And I kind of reminded her that you two aren't really married.

Ryan: Ah.

Madison: I'm not proud of myself, and it's really not an excuse, but this really has been a very emotional time for me.

Ryan: I understand that. I didn't realize quite how emotional I was until I bumped into Jesse in the park.

Madison: What happened?

Ryan: He was with his little girl, and it was her christening.

Madison: Oh.

Ryan: I'm really happy for Angie and Jesse, obviously. I just -- you know what? I shouldn't have even brought this up.

Madison: It's ok. We should be able to talk to each other, right? I know how much you've helped me. Now it's my turn. I don't want you to be alone. Not today.

Greenlee: Madison knows how to play people, especially men, with her "poor, poor, pitiful me" routine. And all Ryan sees is this sweet, needy, angelic -- blah! You know how it is.

Jake: Yeah. Men are born stupid, and they get stupider as they get older. Right?

Greenlee: Whose idea was it to bring Cara back to the hospital?

Jake: This hospital is understaffed. Cara's a great doctor. She saved a patient today.

Greenlee: I know she's a great doctor. That's not the point.

Jake: What is the point?

Greenlee: Do you still have a thing for her, Jake?

Jake: I'm married. I'm a married man, right? I love my wife.

Greenlee: Yeah, I don't doubt that, but you and Cara have been through a lot together.

Jake: Yes, we have. She's amazing. Cara is great. It's all water under the bridge, though, in the past.

Greenlee: I don't believe that. If she was your first love, that's kind of hard to get over. But you know something? You are Amanda's first love, so you must have some idea how she must be feeling right now.

Jake: I got to go to the christening.

Minister: It is my great pleasure to welcome family and friends of this beautiful child who's about to take the holy sacrament. Who presents this child for holy baptism?

Jake: I -- I do. I present Lucille Hubbard to receive the sacraments of baptism.

Ryan: Thank you for bringing me here. I definitely couldn't have been part of the actual christening. But -- being here and looking up at the sky, I sort of feel like I was part of it anyway.

Madison: Yeah. It's like being a part of something that's bigger than our own grief.

Ryan: Yeah. So when the minister blesses Angie and Jesse's little baby, he'll be blessing Sara, too.

Minister: Jake and Amanda, as godparents to Lucille, you're charged with the responsibility of seeing to the spiritual welfare of this child. Do you accept this duty and responsibility?

Jake and Amanda: We do.

Greenlee: Ryan? Madison?

Minister: Jesse and Angela, will you try to conduct your own lives so that by both word and example, she may learn to live joyously and harmoniously with Christian principle and the assurance of salvation? Will you try to do this to the best of your ability?

Angie and Jesse: We will.

Minister: What name have you chosen for this child?

Angie and Jesse: Lucille Eleanor Hubbard.

Minister: So be it.

Minister: We baptize you Lucille Eleanor Hubbard in the name of the father, and of the son, and of the holy spirit. Amen.

All: Amen.

Cara: Thank you. The minister was nice, right?

Jake: That minister said all the right things, basically, don't you think?

Cara: Yeah. And Angie and Jesse were very happy.

Tad: Thrilled, yeah, once Jake managed to get there.

Jake: I can't plan emergencies. Sorry.

Tad: And God knows you have enough of them. Reminds me of another emergency years ago when you were staying at the house. He's a resident, right? He gets a call for emergency surgery in the middle of the night. He goes over to the hospital -- the whole thing. He's racing, changes into his scrubs. He's washed up, gets gloved. He's almost ready to operate, except for one thing.

Jake: He loves telling this story.

Tad: He forgot his pants.

Cara: Oh, that's -- uh-uh.

Tad: My hand to God. And it was cold in that operating theater.

Cara: Oh, ouch! Too much information.

Amanda: The important thing is, is that you did make it to the christening, and I know it meant the world to Angie and Jesse. And to me, too. And with everything on your schedule, you managed to save someone's life.

Tad: What a guy.

Jake: Yeah, well, speaking about patients and saving lives --

Amanda: Oh, you know what? You do your thing. I have some errands to run.

Jake: Yeah, and I actually forgot something back at the thing.

Amanda: Yeah, we're gonna --

Jake: You guys enjoy yourselves.

Cara: Ok.

Tad: My only question is, where are they gonna hide the body? That went well, don't you think?

Cara: Like fingernails on a chalkboard.

Tad: So you got to get back to the hospital?

Cara: Oh, no. Yes -- no, I have a few things I need to pick up at the clinic.

Tad: That's ok. I'll drive you.

Cara: I got my car, actually. We can meet up later, ok?

Tad: Ok. Are you all right?

Cara: Yeah, I'm good. Are you ok?

Tad: Yeah. I'll be better once I see you. I've actually got something -- I want to surprise you with something I've been thinking about. I hope you like it.

Cara: All right.

Frankie: I never saw you look happier or more beautiful than you look today.

Angie: Oh, thank you, darling. My heart is so full right now.

Jesse: We'll see you at Krystal's right?

Frankie: Oh, yeah. I'll be there.

Jesse: Brot said he's gonna meet us there.

Angie: Oh, Frankie, by the way, Maya seems like a really lovely young lady.

Frankie: Yeah. If the Chandlers don't have her all tied up, I think she'd make a great babysitter for Lucy. What do you think?

Brot: Hey. I know you. You're the girl, the one from the station house.

Madison: I'm not about to give up my job. I can't bring you back, but I can honor you by staying strong -- never letting anyone hurt me again.

Greenlee: I'm so glad you're here. I went back to Fusion to apologize, and you weren't there. I just wanted to say that no matter what Madison said to me, I never should've lashed out at her like that, especially about the baby. I know you're mad at me.

Ryan: I'm not, actually. I'm not sure I can be angry today.

Greenlee: That works for me. I talked to Jake. He told me about the christening. I wish you would've called me.

Ryan: That's ok.

Greenlee: You shouldn't have been alone.

Ryan: I wasn't.

Jake: His stats sound much better. That's good. I'm just at the outpatient tent. Look, I'll be back at the hospital in, like, 10 minutes, ok? Ok. [Remembers kissing Cara] Cara?

Amanda: No. It's your wife.

Greenlee: So you were with Madison?

Ryan: Just lately I've been feeling, um -- I don't even know exactly what it is that I've been feeling, but it's just sort of isolated and very alone.

Greenlee: Yeah. No one likes to feel alone.

Ryan: No, but somehow this has been different.

Greenlee: And you don't think I understand? You and Madison share something. You share a very painful loss. But we share something, too. We share something hopeful, something beautiful, something worth fighting for. And we have both fought so hard for this, for us. Just don't forget that. Ryan, please don't ever forget that.

Ryan: I won't.

Maya: I didn't think you'd remember me.

Brot: It's a part of my job. Plus, you seemed kind of upset that day. You were a little lost.

Maya: I guess I was, huh?

Brot: Yeah. But then you just left.

Maya: You guys looked so busy. You know, important stuff.

Brot: And what was on your mind wasn't that important?

Maya: It all turned out ok, I think.

Jesse: Hey, Brot, get over here.

Maya: They all look like a really nice family.

Brot: They are -- actually, the best. All right. You take care, ok?

Maya: You, too.

Tad: Mama, you should've been there. It was such a beautiful ceremony.

Opal: Aw. And did Cara like it, too?

Tad: She loved it. Seriously, she held my hand through the entire thing.

Opal: Just like a happily married couple.

Tad: Which we are.

Opal: Or which you really could be if you would put your whole self into getting that little filly into your barn.

Tad: You haven't put it away, have you?

Opal: It's right here.

Tad: You sure? Like, 100%?

Opal: All righty. Ok. You just put your little, cute fanny right over there on this thing, and I promise you that when Opal is done working her magic -- get over there. That girl is not gonna be able to keep her hands off you.

Amanda: I thought you were going to the hospital.

Jake: I am -- I did, and I'm in the middle -- I'm both. I'm here.

Amanda: I saw your car parked outside.

Jake: Yeah, this is where we send all the outpatients now, so I had to tie up some loose ends.

Amanda: "Loose ends?"

Jake: Yeah. Honey, this -- all the paperwork for outpatients, it comes here, and I just have to check on something. What?

Amanda: Does this place mean something to you? Does it remind you of all the time that you spent in tents like this with Cara?

Jake: No, not at all. It's --

Amanda: I hate this. We have our own battlefield, and I'm fighting so hard for us, for our family, to win this one.

Jake: You think I'm doing something to lose my family or lose you?

Amanda: Don't push me away. Then what we have can be just as spontaneous, just as dangerous as anything you had with her. Hey!

[Cara walks in as Amanda and Jake are kissing]

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