OLTL Transcript Monday 11/12/01



One Life to Live Transcript Monday 11/12/01

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "One Life to Live" --

Al: Are you really leaving because you suddenly want to be a model or because of what happened with me and you?

Seth: Maybe you can get the rest of it, but you can't have me. I hope it's worth it.

Hank: Keri Reynolds thinks that Iím her father.

Carlotta: Andy is the past.

Antonio: Right.

Keri: Who's Andy?

Blair: I'm so sorry, Todd, but I can't marry you.


Blair: I can't -- I can't marry you, Todd. I canít. Not like this.

Starr: Are you crazy? Why, mommy? Why are you stopping the wedding again?


Lindsay: Did you sleep with Al?

Jen: Are you spying on me?

Lindsay: No, I wasn't spying. I was standing right over there.

Jen: You were listening in.

Lindsay: I was not listening. You weren't exactly whispering.

Jen: Mother, for the last time, I don't want you anywhere near me, especially when Iím having a private conversation.

Lindsay: Oh, my God, Jen, you did. What has Cristian Vega done to you?


[Doorbell rings]

Natalie: I knew it. I knew you'd come back. I knew you wouldn't leave me.

Seth: Natalie, I --

Natalie: No, it's ok. You don't have to explain. You needed some space. But I knew, after you thought about it, you'd realize that Iím doing the only thing that I can.

Seth: How do you figure?

Natalie: I have to live here.

Seth: Why?

Natalie: Because Llanfair is my home just as much as it is Jessicaís or anyone else's. If I give an inch, they'll find a way to keep me out of here forever.

Seth: You still think these people are like that?

Natalie: All I can think about right now is how good you feel. I love you, Seth.


Rae: Keri thinks that you're her father?

Hank: Well, it gets worse. She's convinced that I abandoned her and her mother and that I don't want anything to do with her now.

Rae: So the other day when you were picking my brain about the deadbeat father, you were really talking about yourself?

Hank: I was trying to figure out how to handle this.

Rae: Well, from where Iím sitting, Hank, you're not doing a very good job.

Hank: I need some help on this.

Rae: Give me a quarter.

Hank: For what?

Rae: Come on. Just give it to me. You have one. Good. Ok. Now you're my patient. Everything you say will be between us. Only you have to promise me something -- that you will be completely honest.

Hank: Well, how much help do I get for this quarter?

Rae: Is she right? Are you her father?

Hank: No, I'm not.

Rae: Why does she think you are? I mean, she's not stupid, Hank. She wouldn't be angry with you unless she really had a reason.

Hank: When Keri was growing up, I sent money to her mother for child support, and somehow Keri found out.

Rae: But why did you do that? Unless, of course, you were protecting Keriís real father. Am I right?

Hank: No. I was protecting Keri. I know how much it hurts her not to know who her father is, but, believe me, if she found out, it would be a thousand times worse.


R.J.: Ah, Chad. So, have you found out anything more about Keri Reynolds?

Chad: Nothing, actually. But, just so you know, ok, I'm not a dating service.

R.J.: I don't -- I don't need a date, ok? But I believe you need to work for me, right?

Chad: What is it that you find so fascinating about her, anyway?

R.J.: Look, it's -- there's something familiar about her, and it's going to drive me nuts until I figure out what it is.

Chad: I don't think she feels that same familiar connection. You know, the last time I saw her, she was pretty hot and heavy with Antonio Vega.

R.J.: Vega?


Keri: Who's Andy?

Antonio: What the hell's the matter with you? Been in my place for less than five minutes, and you're already going through my stuff?

Keri: I was just looking for --

Antonio: Let me make it easy for you, Professor. This is where I keep all my secrets, all my private stuff. Knock yourself out.

Keri: I was just looking for -- Iím sorry.

Antonio: Save it. You know what? You shouldn't even be here. Just leave.

Keri: You know what? This was a bad idea. But it was your idea, not mine. In case you've forgotten, I came here to help you.

Keri: Would you unlock this thing?

Antonio: No. I'm not letting you leave.


Blair: Starr, Sweetie, your daddy and I really need to talk to each other, so maybe you should go upstairs.

Starr: Why, Mommy? Why, why, why?

Todd: Stop it, both of you. Cut it out! I know why. I know exactly why.


Seth: Natalie, nothing's changed.

Natalie: I can tell from that kiss.

Seth: Stop it. Look, I told you. I'm not going to be with you if you keep torturing Jessica.

Natalie: You knew that Jessica had to be hurt if I was going to prove that I was the real Buchanan. It couldn't be helped.

Seth: You know, were you always this callous and I just didn't see it?

Natalie: What did you want me to do, Seth? March up to the front door and announce that I was the real baby Buchanan?

Seth: Well, you could've tried.

Natalie: Get real! They would've paid me off and shipped me to the other side of the planet. And I am not about that, Seth. That's not who I am. I am nobody's dirty little secret.

Seth: You know, I used to think I knew everything about you, but what you did is just so evil.

Natalie: What you did to Jessica was a million times worse. Remember making love to me in the garden shed while she was running around outside like a drowned rat? Or how about the time that she brought the Chinese food over while our bed was still warm? You loved breaking her heart. I was there.

Seth: No, I did not.

Natalie: You have a short memory, Seth. But I will never forget any of it because we did it. We won!

Seth: I hope you're happy now because as far as I can see, you're all alone.

Natalie: Why did you come here anyway?

Seth: I came here to see Jessica. Jessica, wait, please.

Natalie: Seth, she doesn't want to see you.

Jessica: How do you know what I want? Don't speak for me.

Seth: These are for you.


Chad: Yo, Buchanan.

Al: Hey.

Chad: Hey. You're tight with Jen Rappaport, right?

Al: Yeah, we're friends.

Chad: Nice. Look, I need you to hook me up with her.

Al: No, I don't think so.

Chad: Hey, wait. What's the problem? Vega's history, right? Jen's a free agent.

Al: Forget it, man. I'm not going to do that.

Chad: Ok, look, I'll just have to take the direct route. I'm not going to miss out where there's an opening, if you know what I mean.

Al: I don't, actually. What do you mean?

Chad: What I mean is I saw her half-naked on that web site, right? And ever since, man, my dreams have been disturbed. You know what I'm saying, right?

Al: Lay off Jen!

Chad: Come on, man!

Al: I mean it! You got it?

Chad: No, I'll do whatever the hell I want, Buchanan! I mean that!


Jen: Why do you always bring up Cristian? He's gone. I don't want to talk about him.

Lindsay: Maybe you think you don't, but everything you're doing suggests otherwise.

Jen: You're wrong.

Lindsay: No, I'm not. Cristian broke your heart, and you know what I see? I see you looking for love anywhere you can find it.

Jen: That is disgusting. You're making me sound like some kind of tramp.

Lindsay: Jen, a little more than a month ago, you had never been with a man. Now you've been with two.

Jen: It's not like I'm jumping from bed to bed. Cristian didn't change my personality.

Lindsay: But you never acted like this.

Jen: How do you know? I was in Switzerland trying to get away from you.

Lindsay: I know what it's like to have a man shatter your self-esteem. Sex begins to look like love. Feels good when it's happening, but afterwards you just sink lower and lower.

Jen: Are you lecturing me about men? Because whatever you tell me about the subject, Iím going to do the exact opposite.

Lindsay: I'm just trying to save you from making the same mistakes I made.

Jen: Well, don't worry. I know what I'm doing.

Lindsay: And I certainly do hope you do know what you're doing because you're going to do what you want anyway. And I never thought in a million years that I would hear myself say these words, but Iím glad that you had the sense to go on the pill.


Todd: Get out of here! All of you; get out of here right now! Blair, i need to talk to you alone.


Sam: Starr? Starr, nothing's going to get done unless we give them some privacy. Come on, let's go. Come on.

Sam: Sorry about that. Wedding interruptus.

Andrew: Oh, please, please. With these two, I always expect fireworks. I'm surprised they made it this far, given last time.

Sam: I was hoping they'd make it this time.

Andrew: Well, it's better now than after the ceremony. You know, maybe it's for the best.

Sam: Yeah, thanks.

Starr: It's not for the best. I know why Mommy stopped the wedding, and she's going to ruin everything!


Todd: I know what this is, huh? It's payback for the way I screwed up the last wedding. You wanted me to see how rotten it feels.

Blair: No, Todd, I don't want you to feel that way --

Todd: Four words, Blair. I say "I do" and then you say you do. What, do you need a cue card?

Blair: No.

Todd: We were so close. We care about each other. We're here. We finally admitted that we care about each other, and we were going to be a family -- you and me and Starr -- finally everything that she always wanted, and then you say no? Why?

Blair: Because of the baby.

Todd: Oh, come on, I know you're upset about losing the baby, but come on!

Blair: Look, would you just let me talk please?

Todd: Fine! Talk!

Blair: It's time that we tell the truth, Todd! The whole truth! About the baby.


Keri: You holding me hostage?

Antonio: Call it house arrest.

Keri: And you're doing this why?

Antonio: I want to apologize before you run away again. I overreacted. I'm sorry.

Keri: You freaked out. You realize that, don't you?

Antonio: It was that valentine. Just kind of threw me off guard, that's all.

Keri: Obviously.

Antonio: Look, that valentine just brought back some bad memories, not to mention that you already think I'm some kind of player.

Keri: Well, the card didn't help.

Antonio: I didn't want you to find out about Andy like this. She's my ex-wife.

Keri: Ex-wife?

Antonio: We've been divorced for a year now. I haven't been hiding it from you. It's just not the kind of thing I like to lead with. Not one of my finer moments.

Keri: You mean getting divorced?

Antonio: Yeah. Yeah, I wasn't raised that way. Look, I wanted to be able to tell you better, more -- more naturally.

Keri: Well, I'm kind of relieved. I thought Andy was a guy.

Antonio: Well, it figures that you would find out some way that was totally wrong. But I -- Iím glad you know now.

Keri: Well, since you're being so honest, do you mind if I ask you something?

Antonio: Absolutely. Shoot.

Keri: The valentine from your ex -- you didn't pack it away or torch it. Does that mean you still have feelings for her?


Hank: Keri's mother never wanted her to know her father, and she's been very clear on that in the past.

Rae: Yeah, but what if she -- what if she knew that Keri was suffering?

Hank: Maybe. But until I'm able to find Keriís mother, Iím not doing anything. I'm not about to betray that woman.

Rae: But Keriís angry, she's bitter, and it's all directed at you.

Hank: I'm a big boy, Rae. I can handle it.

Rae: No, it's not good. It's not good for either one of you. It's not good emotionally, psychologically, even physically. Hank, you're a good man. Keri needs to know that.

Hank: No. No can do. Not until I get her mother's ok.

Rae: What if Keri finds out on her own? Could happen. Come on, Hank. What is it you're not telling me?

R.J.: Well, I've always said that you needed some professional help, Henry, but why here? I mean, I understand the couch is half the fun.

Hank: What are you doing here, R.J.?

R.J.: You see, Doctor? Do you see what I'm up against? When Henry and his kind think that Iím behind every misdeed done in the commonwealth of

Rae: Gee, R.J., I think you have a few of your own issues.

R.J.: Oh, well, they make life interesting.

Hank: I asked you a question. What are you doing here?

R.J.: Oh, well, I've come looking for Ms. Reynolds. This is her classroom.

Hank: And what do have to do with Keri Reynolds?

R.J.: To do? To do? I don't know. What do you have to do with her?


Seth: I'm sorry about your grandfather. That's why I brought these. I remember you telling me how much you cared about him.

Natalie: He was my grandfather, not hers. How about the way I feel?

Jessica: You don't feel anything, Natalie. And you didn't know my grandfather. Maybe you and Allison collected clippings of him to study him, to figure out how much you could steal from him, but you didn't know him.

Natalie: That's because I was robbed.

Jessica: You're -- of what? Did he ever put you on your first horse and, when you fell off, he made you get right back on? No. Did he ever take you fishing and throw a worm at you so that when the boat tipped he could laugh at you? No. Did he ever buy you a prom dress that made you look like you were 12 years old?

Natalie: Poor thing. Did you fall on the ground and kick and scream?

Seth: Come on.

Jessica: No, I wore it because I didn't want to hurt his feelings, because I loved him. And do you understand, Natalie? No, you donít. You don't know how to love somebody like that. So don't you dare call him your grandfather! You were nothing to him. Nothing.

Natalie: I'm his heir. I'm his flesh and blood.

Seth: Can you even stop for one minute? What's wrong with you?

Jessica: It's all about money for you, isn't it, Natalie? I wouldn't trade my grandfather's love for all the money in the world.

Seth: Can I talk to you, alone?


Sam: What do you mean, your mother's going to ruin everything? Ruin what?

Starr: Nothing.

Sam: Starr? What's going on in there?

Starr: It doesn't matter now. Mommy's blurting it all to Daddy! She made me swear not to tell him! I should've made her swear.

Sam: You know, don't you?

Starr: So do you.


Todd: Blair, we have been over this. The baby died, but it's not your fault. And -- and you're the one who said that the baby has brought you and me together. Remember, you said that.

Blair: I know.

Todd: Life goes on. You can't let this just stop your life. The baby wouldn't want that. Now, look, we've got a chance to make things right. Now, go. Go get Andrew, and we'll get married.

Blair: No, Todd. No. We can't get married. Not today, not ever.

Todd: Why not?

Blair: Because something happened with the baby. Something really terrible.

Todd: Get rid of it.

Paloma: Senor?

Todd: You keep it away from here. I don't want it anywhere near me. Not now. Not ever.

Blair: Something happened, Todd, that was unforgivable.

Todd: How did you find out?


Lindsay: Now, at least if you're on the pill -- and I am assuming you used protection -- if you did make a big mistake, you won't have to pay for it for the rest of your life.

Jen: Can we please stop talking about this?

Lindsay: Ok. Jen, this thing with Al -- could it -- could it be something more significant?

Jen: There is nothing with Al. We're friends. He understands me, which is a very small club these days.

Lindsay: Well, good. I'm glad that you have friends.

Jen: Thank you.

Lindsay: What about you?

Jen: What?

Lindsay: Well, how do you feel about him?

Jen: I trust him, and I feel like I can be honest with him and vice versa, and that is also a very small club.

Lindsay: Well, that's good because sometimes, you know, these flings or -- could turn into something, you know, more. It happens.

Jen: I know what you're trying to do, Mother.

Lindsay: I'm not trying to do anything.

Jen: You're trying to trick me into some kind of female bonding talk, and I don't even want to talk to you ever, at all.

Lindsay: All I'm saying is that you could do a lot worse than Al Buchanan.


Al: Jen doesn't need scum like you in her life.

Chad: Back off, man. Look, I don't want to fight you. I just think the girl's hot, that's all. What is the matter with you anyway, huh? Why you getting all worked up? Unless the two of you --

Al: Unless what?

Chad: Unless the two of you are an item these days.

Al: We're not.

Chad: Yeah, right. Whatever. Look, you definitely got the hots for her, bro.

Al: Not everything's about sex, all right?

Chad: In what universe? Hey, I was just looking for a little action, ok? But if you've got something else in mind for Jen, take my advice --

Al: Did you hear me ask you for your advice? Did you?

Chad: All I'm saying is Cristian may be gone, but he is tattooed on that girl's brain. Walk away, man. No babe's worth this grief.


Jessica: I'll speak to you for five minutes. Excuse us.

Natalie: Seth was mine way before you ever met him, Jessica. He loves me for me. You can't have him. I won't let you.

Jessica: I really don't want to see you. We said everything there was to say the last time.

Seth: Things have changed. Natalie and I aren't together anymore.

Jessica: Oh. Right. I heard you guys fighting. But who knows? Maybe you're just pretending so that you could hurt me all over again.

Seth: No, it was real. I told Natalie Iíd leave her if she didn't stop hurting you and your family. I told her to take the money and go. But she won't go. So I broke up with her.

Jessica: Why should I believe you? Why should I care after everything you've done to me?

Seth: I just wanted to let you know.

Jessica: Great. You feel better now?

Seth: I'm sorry about your grandfather.

Jessica: You know, I'd really like if you'd stop pretending that you're this nice guy, ok, because you're not my friend. You're a con artist. So why don't you go find another idiot to play your little tricks on, ok?

Seth: Look, it's not like that. I'm not pretending.

Jessica: You are not the same guy that Iíve known for the past couple months, Seth. He doesn't exist. You are not the same guy who brought me daisies and said that you wish they were roses. To be honest with you, I wish these were daisies. I wish you were that guy.

Seth: So do I.


Blair: What are you talking about?

Todd: What are you talking about?

Blair: I'm talking about the baby. You know that.

Todd: Yeah, you know I know that.

Blair: Well, what is it you think that I found out, Todd?

Todd: I don't know.

Blair: You think I blame you for the death of the baby because you couldn't get me to the hospital on time.

Todd: Yes. You know, there was a doctor down there said that the baby might have survived if I had rushed you to the nearest hospital instead --

Blair: Todd, the nearest hospital was 50 miles away. If anybody's to blame, it's because I was so far away.

Todd: No, no, no, no, no. Don't blame yourself. Ok, whatever happened, we did our best.

Blair: You did. You did everything you could to make things better.

Todd: Yes, I did. I really did. So -- what were you going to say about the baby?


Sam: So, what do you think I know, Starr? Hmm?

Starr: Give it a rest. We both know that the baby's Daddyís. Mommy blabbed it to everybody.

Sam: Not to Todd, apparently.

Starr: That's the point, Dumbo. What do you think is going to happen when he finds out?


Blair: I don't know where to begin.

Todd: Well, why don't you just skip all the stuff that I already know about?

Blair: What I did, Todd, I -- I thought I was doing the right thing. But you followed me down to Mexico. You delivered the baby all by yourself despite how you felt about him. I didn't know that you were going to do something like that, Todd.

Todd: Blair, spit it out.

Blair: It's really bad.

Todd: I forgave you for Max. What could be worse than that?

Blair: It's about the baby and his connection to you.


Jen: You totally freaked when I wanted to be with Cristian. Now you're pushing me on to Al? Why? Because he's rich?

Lindsay: Al's a very nice young man who comes from a good family.

Jen: Well, his mother was in prison. Do you approve of that?

Lindsay: I'm not saying that you have to marry him. Although he does stand a chance of coming into quite a good inheritance if Asa ever --

Jen: Mr. Buchanan died.

Lindsay: What?

Jen: He died. There are more important things in this world than my social life.

Lindsay: Asa died? He was such a tough old bird and he was hideous to me, especially when I was married to Clint, but still --

Jen: You never change. Mr. Buchanan died, and you're making this about you.

Lindsay: I'm not making this about me.

Jen: Whatever. I've got to pack some more things for New York. My flight leaves in a few hours.

Lindsay: I'm going with you, Jen.

Jen: I don't want you there.

Lindsay: You're not going to New York by yourself.

Jen: Yes, I am. I'm going to start something new, something you can't wreck, like you wreck everything else in my life. I have to start thinking about my future.

Lindsay: Well, why can't you do that here in Llanview?

Jen: Because you're here.

Lindsay: What about school?

Jen: I'm not dropping out. I just need a break.

Lindsay: I'm going with you, Jen. I promise --

Jen: No! Leave me alone.

Al: Ms. Rappaport, I think Jen wants to be left by herself right now.

Lindsay: All right. Well, you take good care of her because I know she trusts you more than she trusts me.

Jen: Thank you. She'll never understand me.

Al: Do I?

Jen: Yes. You and my dad. That's about it.

Al: I just sort of feel like you haven't been completely honest with me.

Jen: Yes, I have. I'm always honest with you.

Al: Then maybe you haven't been completely honest with yourself.


Antonio: Does that answer your question?

Keri: You didn't have to destroy it. You could've just said yes or no.

Antonio: It was time.

Keri: I'm sorry if I overstepped.

Antonio: Don't worry about it. I don't want you thinking I'm some kind of a ladies' man working all the angles, you know?

Keri: No?

Antonio: Definitely not.

Keri: Well, I'm glad, because the last thing I need is to get involved with some love 'em and leave 'em type who doesn't care what kind of chaos he leaves when he walks out the door.

Antonio: Well, that's not me, all evidence to the contrary.

Keri: I know -- all evidence to the contrary.

Antonio: So, in the spirit of honesty, mind if I ask you a question?

Keri: Shoot.

Antonio: You mentioned something about getting involved. Is that what we're doing?

Keri: I hope so. If we do that, though, there are some not so pleasant things about me, too, you should know.

Antonio: Like what?

Keri: Like why I came to Llanview.

Antonio: Um -- to teach at the University, right?

Keri: Sort of, but I had a lot of offers. I came here looking for my father, and I found him.


Hank: Professor Reynolds teaches sociology of crime. I'm speaking to her class. What's your story? Why are you interested in her?

R.J.: What? I don't really need a reason, do I?

Hank: No. But in my experience, you usually have one.

[R.J. chuckles]

R.J.: Well, she is attractive, but there's just something about her that's very --

Hank: You stay away from her. You got that?

Rae: Hank, please don't do this.

R.J.: Well, now, you got to tell me why, hmm? Why should I stay away from her?


Keri: My father didn't turn out to be the kind of man I'd hoped. Not even close.

Antonio: When I heard you two talking on the phone, it sounded like you were kind of upset.

Keri: He wasn't around when I was little. My mom raised me. She never even told me his name. I guess I built up a lot of expectations over the years. I think I watched too many bad reunion movies on cable.

Antonio: I can't imagine what it's like to grow up without a dad.

Keri: I didn't know anything different. I can't get back all the kid stuff I missed out on, but I really thought that when I found him, my father would want to be a part of my life somehow.

Antonio: Well, has he ever broken the law? Because I could bust him. I could put him away till he straightens out.

Keri: No, you can't bust this guy, trust me. And you can't make him acknowledge my existence or his part in it.

Antonio: Yeah, well, when my dad died, I was lost for a while. A long while, actually.

Keri: You don't seem lost now.

Antonio: Well, I -- I've got some really special people around me that -- that push me and help me, even when I don't want it. Actually, you -- you know some of them -- Bo and Nora. Hank Gannon.

Keri: You're close to Hank Gannon?

Antonio: Well, not at first, but now he's kind of a mentor. He helped me get into law school at a time when it was highly unlikely.

Keri: I see.

Antonio: So, who is this jerk who's disappointed you so much?

Keri: Doesn't matter. In my book, he is a total zero, a nonentity. Lunch is over. Time to go teach.

Antonio: Well, I am sorry that we got off track, but I am really serious about finishing that paper. I mean really, really serious.

Keri: And why is that, Officer Vega?

Antonio: Well, because if I can get the professor to sign off on it, then maybe I can start getting to know her a little better.

Keri: You going to let me out now?

Antonio: Easy.

Keri: Goodbye.

Antonio: Later.

Keri: Yeah, easy. A lot easier than telling him his mentor is someone who's making my life miserable.


Rae: Hank --

R.J.: Hmm? Why are you playing bodyguard to a woman you hardly know?

Hank: I'm responsible for the people here, and Keri -- she's new here. And I don't want her to get involved with the likes of you.

R.J.: Hmm. Do you ever think about the words before they come out of your mouth?

Hank: Just get out of here, R.J.

R.J.: Well, I hope you've got handcuffs or a blackjack because that's the only way you're going to stop me from going where I want to go and seeing who I want to see. Excuse me. See, Henry -- Henry, we's all free here. Better deal with it.

Hank: I've got to stop this.

Rae: You mean you have to stop R.J. from finding out that he is Keriís real father? You don't have to be a genius to figure it out, Hank.

Hank: R.J. can never know this.

Rae: Why?

Hank: Because I said so, Rae. What I said to you is in strict confidence. He can never know.


Jessica: I want you to go now. And take your stupid flowers. I don't need your sympathy.

Seth: The last thing I wanted to do was to make you feel worse.

Jessica: Then get out of my life. My grandfather's funeral is tomorrow, and in that church Iím going to be surrounded by people who love me. I'm going to be surrounded by my family and friends, people who would never do what you and Natalie did to me.

Seth: Jess, I'm sorry.

Jessica: Yeah. You know, Natalie wanted everything I had, and she almost got it, but that is something that she can never take from me. I have the love of good and honest people -- something you and Natalie will never know. So you know what? You can take it. Take it all. I don't care. I don't need it. But you'll never get that from me. You will never take that love from me, and Natalie will never take it, either.

Natalie: You don't think so, Jessica? I'm going to have it, Jessica. I'm going to have it all.


Jen: Why do you think Iím not being honest with myself?

Al: I heard what you told your mother about making a future and starting a new thing in New York.

Jen: I'm going to be a model. You're the one that talked me into it. What? This is the first thing I've done that's important to me. And if you hadn't entered me in the contest, then it never would've happened.

Al: Jen, I did everything but pose for those pictures.

Jen: Well, thank you for pushing me, but now I just need to run with it. I mean, if you showed up in
New York instead of me, I think they'd kind of notice.

Al: See, Jen, that's just it. Would you be so excited if the shoot was in L.A.?

Jen: Yeah. Why?

Al: I don't think you're going to New York to start a modeling career. You're going to see Cristian.


Todd: Blair, this is crazy. You know I -- you know I have no connection to this baby.

Blair: I tried to tell you so many times. I even wrote you a letter and tore it up. So many times I tried to tell you, but so many times something always got in the way.

Todd: How about now?

Blair: Here -- the best time to tell you, and I guess the only way to say it is just say it.

Todd: Ok, say it.

Blair: Ok. The baby was yours, Todd. You -- you were his father.


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Jen: I have no intention of seeing Cristian while Iím there.

Cristian: How am I supposed to stop thinking about her, man? I love her.

Lindsay: Oh, no. This is about Nora, isn't it?

Keri: Who are you all dressed up for, Troy or Sam?

Blair: He was our son, yours and mine.