All My Children Transcript Wednesday 7/6/11


Episode #10656

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Marissa: We're barely back together, and you want me pregnant?

J.R.: "Barely"? You moved into our room.

Marissa: That doesn't mean we're gonna walk down the aisle again.

J.R.: Why not?

Marissa: If you had to marry every girl you slept with --

J.R.: Ok, ok. Where is this coming from?

Marissa: I -- I just need some breathing room. That's all.

J.R.: You just went on a trip with Bianca. You came back a whole new person. But now I --

Marissa: Don't back me into a corner.

J.R.: If you felt like this, how come you told A.J. that we were gonna be a family again?

Marissa: Stop acting like I've made some huge change! Maybe something's changed for you!

[Phone chirps]

Amanda: It's probably just the flu.

Jake: That's not what we want it to be, right? Look, I'm just making sure that Mommy and maybe baby are in good shape. No worries.

[Phone beeps]

Amanda: Oh. It's probably just work.

Jake: Let me ask you something. What part of "off the clock" does J.R. just not comprehend?

Amanda: It's fine. I'll deal with it.

J.R.: Ahem. You're right. I have changed. I was hoping that you'd noticed.

Marissa: I know you've been trying.

J.R.: Yeah, to be more understanding and to respect your feelings, be more attentive.

Marissa: And I have appreciated all of that -- all the attention and that special music box you gave me.

J.R.: So tell me, why are you pushing me away?

Jake: Honestly, maybe you could just ignore J.R. for a little while and relax, ok? You need that. Maybe you could just let me take care of you. That be all right?

Amanda: I love you.

Jake: I know you do, babe.

Cara: So what seems to be the problem?

Tad: Liza. Oh, listen. I'm sorry. It's not a very good time. I'm just on my way out to Cara.

Liza: Yeah, Cara can wait.

Tad: I don't think so. So if you don't mind --

[Liza kisses Tad]

Tad: What the hell was that?

Liza: Relax. Take it easy.

Tad: What the hell was that?

Liza: You really have to ask me? That means I have already lost.

Tad: You lost something. What -- what are we talking about?

Liza: I came over here to just prove to myself that I was still dangerous and unpredictable and hot. That was hot, wasn't it?

Tad: Yeah.

Liza: Ok, how hot was it?

Tad: Do you want a scale from 1 to 10? That's not the point. Who told you you had to prove yourself to anybody?

Liza: Because whatever I've had, whatever I had, it's gone. Adios, baby.

Tad: What, are you drunk? Go look in a mirror, honey. You'll see that as far as the rest of the world is concerned, you got more than your fair share of sexy and -- and hot and edge.

Liza: I've been avoiding mirrors lately.

Tad: Then knock it off, and do me a favor. Next time, call ahead, ok? Because I understand what you're going through -- believe me, I understand -- but I don't think my wife would understand. Ok, what is it? What's wrong?

Liza: How much time you got?

Tad: Time enough for the short version.

Liza: Ok. Tad, every time I look in the mirror, all I see, a loser. I've been fired. When did you and I become such wusses?

Jake: I just brought Amanda in to be checked out by Dr. Kantor.

Cara: Oh. She's been called away on a family emergency, so Dr. Kapoor is taking over.

Jake: Oh.

Cara: But -- that's the resident Ob-Gyn -- but he'll be a while.

Amanda: Oh, the waiting is driving me crazy. I've been having these cramps, and I'm just not feeling that great.

Jake: I know we're all adults in this room right now, but should we talk about it? Does anybody feel awkward?

Amanda: Then why don't you just give me a few minutes with Cara?

Jake: Yeah?

Amanda: Yeah.

Jake: Ok. I'll check out, see if the resident is --

Amanda: It's nice of you to help me, considering --

Cara: It's a small town. We're bound to cross paths, right? So while we're waiting for Dr. Kapoor, let me just get that workup sheet.

Amanda: Jake thinks I could be pregnant.

Cara: Ok. Well, you've been pregnant before, so you're probably a better judge of that. What do you think? Are you?

J.R.: I'm just trying to understand why you're running so hot and cold with us. Are you listening to me?

Marissa: I don't want to argue.

J.R.: Neither do I.

Marissa: Especially not here, so I just -- can we just go home?

J.R.: Why are you so confused?

Marissa: J.R., you're starting again.

J.R.: I just want to know.

Marissa: Ok. I am not confused. I know exactly who I am, and I know exactly what I want.

J.R.: Ok. So tell me what you want.

Marissa: I want to not discuss this right now. Ok? Look. Bianca just walked in.

Bianca: Hi. I'm meeting somebody.

J.R.: Oh. You care to join us?

Marissa: Oh, no. You heard her. She can't. She has a business meeting.

Bianca: Not exactly.

Sienna: Hi. Sorry I'm late.

Bianca: Sienna, these are my friends, J.R. and Marissa Chandler.

Sienna: Nice to meet you.

Marissa: Same here. We were just leaving, but I'm really glad that we stuck around. It is really nice to meet you.

J.R.: So are you new to Pine Valley?

Sienna: Yeah, and I'm really liking it here, so far.

Marissa: So how did you guys meet?

Bianca: Sienna's an attorney.

Marissa: Oh! Right. So am I.

Sienna: I'm representing some of the women at the Miranda Center.

Marissa: Oh, right. Ok. Miranda Center. That makes sense, how you guys would meet each other -- to be working together a lot at the Miranda Center. Anyway --

J.R.: Yeah, we'll let you two get to your date, huh?

Marissa: So are you guys eating dinner here, or do you have bigger plans later?

Bianca: We're actually going to a gallery opening.

Marissa: Oh! Great. Excuse me for just a second.

Sienna: Why don't I check and see what time the opening begins?

Bianca: Ok.

J.R.: Did you notice that?

Bianca: I don't know what you're talking about.

J.R.: Marissa -- she's rattled.

Bianca: I can't help you there.

J.R.: Come on, Bianca. I think you know exactly what I mean, and we both know the reason why.

Cara: Ok, so this feels different than your first pregnancy.

Amanda: Yes, it does.

Cara: Did you miss your period?

Amanda: Just a few days.

Cara: Ok. What about spotting?

Amanda: Some, not much.

Cara: Ok. So you said that Jake thinks that you could be pregnant? Is that a possibility?

Amanda: It's a nice way of asking that question.

Cara: I wouldn't ask if you lived in a convent, if you know what I mean.

Amanda: And since I don't --

Cara: And you -- ok. It's a possibility. I get it.

Amanda: Jake said you had a gift for making people feel at ease even under the worst circumstances. He was right.

Cara: I know what family means to him. I'm sorry for any pain I caused.

Amanda: I caused a lot of pain, too.

Cara: Why do I get the feeling there's something you're not telling me? As a doctor, is there anything I should know?

Amanda: I could be pregnant.

Cara: I know. You said that. I also know that I'm the last person that you'd want to confide in, but if it would help, whatever you tell me is not gonna leave this room.

Tad: Liza, if you want to burst into someone's home and run yourself down, that's your call. But I don't think it's considered good form to take your host along for the ride.

Liza: I'm just saying.

Tad: I know what you're saying. What do you mean, you were fired?

Liza: This was my first clue. From the mayor herself.

Tad: "Dereliction of duty"?

Liza: Yeah, that's lawyer talk for the fact that I didn't dig up any dirt on your friend Jesse Hubbard.

Tad: You're kidding? You mean Iris really wants him off the force this badly?

Liza: Oh, yeah. Yeah. It was my job, actually, to railroad Jesse out the door. No good deed goes unpunished, right?

Tad: It all depends on how you look at it. If this is what it takes to become -- to be a district attorney, I say good riddance.

Liza: That's easy for you to say. I loved being the D.A.

Tad: I'm sorry. You were a damn good one most of the time.

Liza: Tad, there was a time I would've thrown Jesse, I would've thrown anybody under the bus to get what I wanted.

Tad: I know. I remember.

Liza: When did we become such limp noodles?

Tad: You're doing it again.

Liza: I'm doing what?

Tad: The "limp noodle" thing.

Liza: Oh. Listen, Tad, I'm just saying Tad the Cad has given way to Tad the Dad.

Tad: Yeah. Thank God for that. You know how long it took me to slap a muzzle on that son of a bitch, how many dings I put on the fender doing it? Look, don't kid yourself, Liza. Every bad boy who grows up to be a father doesn't look back sometimes and remember the fun he had getting there. Every adult has an edge or a dark side somewhere. I know I do.

Liza: Really?

Tad: Yeah.

Liza: Because the Tad that I remember would've responded big time to that kiss.

Tad: The Tad you knew kissed his way out of several marriages. I am a married man.

Liza: Oh. That's never stopped you before. Come on, Tad. It's just you and me. We go way, way back. Why don't you show me a little bit of that dark side?

Amanda: I really don't have anything to talk about.

Cara: Ok. You don't want to talk to me, because you're not comfortable. I get it. You should probably talk to Jake, though.

Amanda: You mean the way you talk to your husband about everything?

Cara: Actually, Tad and I are pretty open about everything, yeah.

Amanda: Even about you and Jake? Ok. I'm sorry. It was wrong. I'm just nervous and anxious.

Cara: It could be the hormones kicking in.

Amanda: Or not. It could be my not knowing if I'm pregnant or not that's causing my symptoms. That's a possibility, right?

Jake: Everything all right?

Amanda: Yeah.

Cara: I think she just needs some reassurance.

Jake: Don't you think I've been reassuring her, telling her that whatever happens with this test, everything's gonna be fine. It's gonna be ok.

Cara: You should just jump to the next logical step and do a blood test.

Jake: Right. I spoke to Kapoor. He's ready when we are.

Cara: Oh. That would be right now. A simple blood test will tell you if you're pregnant. Excuse me.

Jake: It will tell you if you're pregnant, and I bet you are.

Liza: Come on, Tad. You still got some of that bad boy in you. Why don't you show me?

Tad: Liza, knock it off.

Liza: Oh, why? You not up for the task?

Tad: You'll never know. This is none of my business. It's not about me.

Liza: When did you start caring about why I wanted you?

Tad: When I started caring more about how you'd feel afterwards. And don't take it as an insult. There's a part of me that's really tempted.

Liza: Uh-huh? Which part?

Tad: The part that eats. I'm sorry you got fired and that you hate looking into mirrors, but I am not here to kiss it and make it feel all better. And I don't have to prove that I'm not a wuss to you or anybody else.

Liza: You think because you got some young, hot trophy wife that you're still in the game, and you're still a player.

Tad: No. I think it makes me lucky, and don't call her a trophy. She's a lot more than that. What we have together --

Liza: I really don't want to hear about it. I don't want to hear about what kind of hot sex you're having and how she's growing hair on your chest. Well, good for you.

Tad: That's not what I was gonna say at all.

Liza: I'm not over.

Tad: I didn't say you were.

Liza: You will see. Iris will see. This whole damn town is gonna see.

Cara: Hey. Oh!

Jake: Sorry.

Cara: You're sorry? I'm the one that just -- I didn't mean to startle you. Here. Take that. I, uh, oh.

Jake: Yep. It's ok.

Cara: I just wanted to find you and tell you that Amanda's blood work is on the way to the lab as we speak, so here. I just --

Jake: No, don't worry about it. I'm gonna drip-dry.

Cara: Ok, drip-dry. Got it.

Jake: Thank you for taking care of Amanda and getting all the paperwork started.

Cara: It's my job.

Jake: I'm sure treating my wife wasn't what you signed up for, so -- how's my brother doing?

Cara: Did you know he can marry people?

Jake: Yes. He married us. That's what's so charming about him, sort of a Tad of all trades.

Cara: So this -- this is it, huh? The -- this is what marriage is like? Because when we were married, it was like blood and guts and flying bullets, and I just kind of thought here in Pine Valley it'd be dull, predictable.

Jake: Well, it's not?

Cara: I'm learning something new every day.

Jake: Good, because I think that's what marriage is supposed to be.

Cara: But?

Jake: It's still strange: My ex-wife and my brother. It was easy to wrap my head around it when I would just tell myself he did it to save you, but now it's different.

Cara: It's not so easy when it starts to become real?

Jake: I just want my brother to be happy.

Cara: Me, too.

Jake: Good. We want the same things.

Cara: Having Tad in my life, it's, um --

Jake: It's what?

Cara: It's getting easier. I hope it's the same for you and Amanda.

J.R.: Marissa is upset and confused. I don't blame her.

Bianca: So who do you blame?

J.R.: Who do you think? Me, as usual.

Bianca: Oh.

J.R.: It's not really that big of a surprise.

Bianca: Did you do something to hurt her? J.R.? Is something more important?

J.R.: What? No. I was just making sure that everything was ok -- at the office.

Bianca: Ok, but I thought you were worried about Marissa, what the heck you did to her.

J.R.: I am, and what I did was make a huge mistake.

Bianca: Which was?

J.R.: Telling you I could take it from here, that I could handle Marissa by myself.

Bianca: That was your big mistake?

J.R.: Yeah. And I need your help again.

Bianca: J.R., she was your wife.

J.R.: I know. But in a lot of ways, you're closer to her than I am.

Bianca: What? That's ridiculous.

J.R.: No, I'm serious. It's like you're the only one who knows what she wants, what's really in her heart.

Sienna: Hi.

Marissa: Hi.

Sienna: My phone service is terrible.

Marissa: Yeah, I hate that. Bianca's daughter calls it the phone zone.

Sienna: That's cute.

Marissa: Yeah. Have you met Miranda and Gaby?

Sienna: Not yet. They look adorable.

Marissa: They are.

Sienna: So how long have you had a thing for Bianca?

Marissa: I don't know what you're talking about. Bianca and I are good friends.

Sienna: And maybe a little more?

Marissa: Yes. Like family. Our kids spend all kinds of time together, so it makes sense that we would take a trip together, spend some holidays.

Sienna: The holidays?

Marissa: Yes, yes. Occasionally, some of them. We have so much in common.

Sienna: Again, I believe that all to be true, but I saw your body language.

Marissa: You are so off base.

Sienna: The way you couldn't make eye contact with Bianca -- not that I blame you. Bianca is a beautiful and fascinating woman.

Marissa: Who is my best friend.

Sienna: Look, all I really care about is, do I have a chance?

Marissa: Why don't you ask her?

Sienna: Because I think you're the problem.

Marissa: Look, your gaydar is way off. Ok? I am not gay. You see that handsome man over there? He is the father of my child. We're a family. All I want is -- I -- I just want Bianca to be happy.

Bianca: I am not some love guru, J.R. Stop working the angle. Stop trying to use me to reconnect with the woman you supposedly love.

J.R.: I do love her.

Bianca: Ok, then just be open and honest. Listen to her -- what she needs, what she wants, how she feels.

J.R.: Right.

Bianca: And then if it's not meant to be, move on. And if that doesn't work, you could always just jump off the roof of your mansion.

J.R.: Ok.

Bianca: You're not hearing any of this. What is going on with you?

Amanda: So how long do the test results take?

Doctor: It should be ready any minute now. I'll go see how it's going.

Amanda: Just one more question. Why did you take a pap smear?

Doctor: Just precautionary.

Bianca: No wonder you keep going in circles with Marissa. You don't listen. You say that you care about her, and then you act like you don't.

J.R.: That's not true.

Bianca: Ok. Then you ask me advice, and I give it to you, and then you argue with me.

[Phone beeps]

J.R.: Can you just hold on for a minute for me, please?

Bianca: You do not get it at all, do you, J.R.? All women need to be wanted, needed, appreciated. And when you expect Marissa to be on your timetable -- are you getting any of this?

J.R.: Yeah, yeah. Wanted, needed, appreciated -- I got it.

Marissa: Ahem. Come here. Can we just go home now, please?

Liza: Oh, God, what a day. Fired, pity-partied, and then I get lectured by Tad after he's giving up the best sex of his life? Oh! That's perfect. That's just really perfect. Oh! Oh, great. So, what, am I gonna get arrested now for assault with a deadly heel? So you know I'm the ex-D.A., right?

Caleb: Yeah. I heard.

Liza: Ok. Then gloat. Gloat. Gloat all you want.

Caleb: That's not my style. I have a proposition for you.

Liza: A proposition? Honey, after the day I just had, 50 bucks, I'm all yours.

Caleb: 50 bucks? I can do much better than that.

Jake: Amanda's giving me a second chance.

Cara: That's great. I'm glad.

Jake: We went with the honesty thing. We were painfully honest. When I told her that we almost -- it's kind of like cauterizing a wound, if you know what I mean.

Cara: Yeah. There's something healing about that process.

Jake: Kind of like our time out there in the battlefield.

Cara: Sometimes that feels like yesterday.

Jake: Right. Well, at least we'll always have that.

Cara: That's right.

Jake: Hey. How are you feeling? You all right?

Amanda: Yeah. Just a little nervous waiting for the test results.

Jake: Right. You know what we should do? Take a little walk around, play a little bumper car wheelchair, get your mind off things. Thank you.

Cara: Sure.

Tad: Hey.

Cara: Hey.

Tad: Looks like you could use this.

Cara: Oh. That's not my color. Something you want to tell me?

Marissa: Sienna seems like an amazing woman.

Bianca: She is.

J.R.: You deserve an amazing woman, Bianca.

Bianca: Thanks, J.R.

Marissa: So have a good time at the gallery -- and whatever else.

Bianca: Will do.

Marissa: You were right, J.R.

J.R.: About Bianca being deserving?

Marissa: About everything. I have been giving you mixed signals.

J.R.: And I should never have pushed you so hard.

Marissa: I want you to know that this emotional roller coaster ride that I've been on has not been your fault. You have done everything you could to prove yourself to me.

J.R.: And I should never betray that trust.

Marissa: Yeah.

Singer: Without you I fall I fall from who I am 'cause every breath is wasted

Sienna: You ok?

Bianca: Yeah. Ready to have a great time.

Caleb: I want you to come work for me.

Liza: Work for you as what?

Caleb: As my associate.

Liza: You've got to be kidding me, right?

Caleb: I don't kid about business.

Liza: You want me to come work for you and Erica?

Caleb: No, Erica's more interested in the paparazzi right now than she is in our business.

Liza: You mean she's more interested in Jack than you.

Caleb: You're smart, you're talented, and I could use your help.

Liza: That's good to hear.

Caleb: So what do you say?

Liza: All right. I have to think about it one minute. Ok. Ok. I've thought about it. The answer is no.

Cara: What it looks like is another woman's lipstick on your hanky.

Tad: Yeah. As a matter of fact, that's what it is. But it's -- there were circumstances. Liza Colby stopped by to see me.

Cara: And?

Tad: And she was upset, because she lost her job, and she was looking for a little consolation.

Cara: And she found it?

Tad: No. Not in the way you think. I don't know why you're smiling.

Cara: Wow. Because it's a little uncomfortable.

Tad: You're not taking it too seriously. Let me tell you something. You're not the only one with a past. You're not the only person with skeletons in their closet or who's working their way through a history. Back in the day, I used to be this guy. And as my wife, occasionally you might have to brush up against a little of that.

Cara: I'm ok with that. I like the package, the whole package. I like the tough as nails P.I., I like the little boy smile, and I really dig the fact that you can go around marrying people.

Tad: I'm sorry. I just -- for the hundredth time I walk in, and you're crying looking at Jake and Amanda.

Cara: I wasn't crying.

Tad: You were crying.

Nurse: Dr. Castillo?

Cara: Yes?

Nurse: I have the test results for Amanda Martin. Dr. Kapoor got called away on an emergency.

Cara: Ok. I can take that. Thank you.

Jake: So you see a little walk can make you forget about everything and just relax.

Amanda: Thank you.

Jake: No, it's -- you know I'm very impressed with you today.

Amanda: How? I wasn't feeling particularly impressive.

Jake: Just the way you let Cara take care of you.

Amanda: I doubt we will ever be best friends, but I could tell she had my best interest at heart.

Jake: She's a good doctor, and she's a good person.

Amanda: Yeah. I wish I had realized that before.

Cara: Excuse me. Hi. So --

Jake: Yes?

Cara: The doctor was called away, but your results are in, and you are not pregnant.

Amanda: I guess it wasn't meant to be.

Jake: This time. This time it wasn't meant to be, right?

Amanda: Right.

Jake: You know what? Now you can really take a deep breath and all your symptoms are gonna vanish. Doesn't that usually happen, you know?

Amanda: Can we just go home?

Jake: Yes. Of course. Yes, yes. Ok. I was just thinking to thank you.

Amanda: Do you mind to pull the car around the front, and I'll meet you out there?

Jake: No problem. I can do that.

Amanda: There's something else, isn't there? Since I'm not pregnant, and I have all those symptoms, you think it could be something else.

Cara: I didn't say that.

Amanda: But that's why the resident took the pap smear, isn't it?

Cara: When she did the internal exam, there was some inflammation.

Amanda: What could that mean?

Cara: I think you should wait for the results of the pap smear.

Amanda: Come on, Cara, just tell me what you think.

Cara: Ok. Sometimes when a woman really wants to become pregnant, she has symptoms that mimic a pregnancy.

Amanda: But that's not what's happening with me.

Cara: I don't think so, no. Look, I really believe you should wait for your own doctor after the results are in.

Amanda: I just don't want the whole hospital in my business. Just tell me what the results could show.

Cara: I don't want to speculate.

Amanda: Please? I have to know.

Cara: Ok. It's possible that you have an HPV infection.

Amanda: Or something worse?

Cara: Worst case scenario, cervical cancer.

Amanda: Cancer?

Cara: But if detected in the early stages, which it would be, it's curable.

Amanda: And then what? And how would I get an HPV infection?

Cara: It's a sexually transmitted disease.

Amanda: Oh, my God.

Cara: So what you need to do is go to Jake, and you -- he will help you with it.

Amanda: No. You promised me, ok? I don't want to worry him, and you promised whatever was said in this room stays in this room.

Cara: If you have an STD, you have a moral obligation to tell your partner.

Amanda: Listen to me. You owe me, ok? You owe me. Not a single word to Jake, ok? Just leave him out of this.

Marissa: They really seemed to hit it off, Bianca and Sienna.

J.R.: Yeah, I guess.

Marissa: Even though Sienna is a little bit obvious.

J.R.: I thought she was hot.

Marissa: Again, kind of obvious, right? What's going on, J.R.? Is there something wrong?

J.R.: Wrong? No, no. It's just work, you know?

Marissa: So what did you and Bianca talk about while I was gone?

J.R.: Honesty. Being honest with each other.

[Phone chirps]

Marissa: Oh, God. Is it work again? Can't you ignore it for just a minute?

J.R.: I could ignore work, I could ignore my company and focus on you, but I'm not that kind of person.

Marissa: No, you're not.

J.R.: And I also know you're not the kind of woman who deserves that kind of emotional pressure. I love you, I want to be back together with you, but I also don't want to smother you.

Marissa: Wow. That's exactly what I've been trying to tell you. You really have been listening, huh?

J.R.: Yeah. And since I'm really trying to be honest with you --

Marissa: What?

J.R.: I think you should know that I had some help figuring you out.

Bianca: I'm really anxious to get to the gallery opening. There's a couple of really great artists they're showing.

Sienna: That's what you've been saying.

Bianca: And there's also this cute little bistro that just opened up. They have a killer onion soup.

Sienna: Sounds tempting.

Bianca: And, actually, there's also this --

Sienna: Bianca, slow down. It all sounds great, but, unfortunately, I think I'm gonna call it a day.

Bianca: What? Why?

Sienna: I think you're terrific, and if things were different --

Bianca: What do you mean, different?

Sienna: I'm not the one you want right now.

Bianca: Of course, you are.

Sienna: I think Marissa would love to go to the bistro -- with you.

Bianca: No, there's nothing like that between us. We're just really good friends.

Sienna: Don't bother. I've already heard that speech tonight.

Bianca: Honestly.

Sienna: I just want to wish you good luck, and if it doesn't work out, you have my number.

Liza: I'll have the usual.

Bartender: Got it. Oh. And these just came in for you.

Liza: Must be from Tad. Paper flowers. It's my legal briefs.

Caleb: That from all the cases you've won? The mayor wouldn't know a good lawyer if she tripped over one. So do I have to beg, or can we cut to the chase?

Liza: All right, I'm gonna accept your offer, but on a trial basis.

Caleb: I knew you were smart. Could we have a bottle of champagne, please? We're gonna celebrate this wonderful attorney coming to work for me.

Liza: With you. And I'd save the champagne till you get my fee.

Jake: You were awful quiet in the car.

Amanda: Just thinking.

Jake: Honey, everything is gonna be fine. I promise you. We're just gonna keep on trying to make a baby till we hit the jackpot.

Amanda: Jake --

Jake: What is it? It's gonna work out. I promise.

Amanda: Could you just get me a glass of water, please?

Jake: Yep. You got it. A glass of water.

Amanda: Yes. [Sits at her laptop and looks up STDs]

Tad: And I still don't get why you think I've got problems reading my wife.

Cara: If you have to ask me that, doesn't that prove the point?

Tad: I don't know. Does it? Cara, I saw you with my own eyes, ok? You were looking at Jake and Amanda, and you were crying.

Cara: I was not crying! I was a little teary-eyed.

Tad: Ok. Teary, crying -- whatever you want to call it. Obviously it still hurts you to see Jake and Amanda together. It doesn't take a marriage counselor to do the math. Teary, crying, water coming out of your eyes -- it's all the same thing to a guy.

Cara: Look, it's gonna hurt when I see him, ok? I'm just -- I want Jake to be happy like I'm happy with you.

Tad: Are you happy?

Cara: Yes. I want you to know how grateful I am.

Tad: I want a divorce.

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