The Day's Dumbest Dialogue
Apparently, insanity isn't the only thing that runs in the Montgomery family, as both father and daughter have demonstrated an enormous capacity for drama-queenosity.
Jack: They finally succeeded. They finally succeeded in running my daughter out of town. J.R. And Zach, Kendall, even -- all of them. I can never forgive them for that.
What's this "finally"? I don't think that word means what Jackson thinks it means. Greenlee's only been back in Pine Valley since the end of April. That's hardly, like, years worth of persecution at the hands of the evil people in town. Especially when one considers that, since she's been back in town, Greenlee has attempted to break up Ryan's marriage and had him arrested for bigamy (not like I care, but still...); tried to sue for custody of Spike; kidnapped Spike; caused Spike to go deaf; repeatedly got all up in the business of the Hart/Slater/Lavery/Novak amalgamated family even when they insisted they wanted her to stay far away, lest she maim any more of their kin; etc. She's lucky she wasn't run out of town with a pitchfork in the middle of June, or, you know, beaten to death by one of the Kane women who, despite their diminutive stature, obviously know how to throw down.
And "they finally succeeded in running my daughter out of town"? Your daughter is currently ON THE LAM after ESCAPING DURING HER ARRAIGNMENT. That's not being run out of town by an angry mob! That's running away just because her foxy yet increasingly obnoxious boyfriend thought it's better than being punished for something that she actually did*!
Ugh. Suck it, Jack. Just...suck it.
*Granted, it's not what she was currently being accused of, but still! She did it before!