OLTL Transcript Monday 11/26/01


One Life to Live Transcript Monday 11/26/01

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Roxy: So, where is she? Where is my little Jessie?

Keith: Hi. Is this seat taken?

Al: It's going to be ok.

Blair: Where are you, Todd, and what are you up to?

Todd: I'm Todd, and I'm your father.

Todd: Yeah, you there? It's me.

Blair: Yes, I know who it is. I've been waiting by the phone ever since you walked out, Todd.

Todd: I -- I wanted to make sure that everything was set before I called you, and now everything is set.


Roxy: I'm not going anywhere, not until I see my daughter.

Viki: You have no rights here.

Roxy: I don't? Well, I'm her mother and I'm here to see my little lost girl. So run along, one of you's, and tell Jessie that her mother's just dying to see her. Wild horses couldn't drag me away.


Keith: I'm sorry, but the place is kind of full. Would you mind?

Jessica: Um -- yeah, sure.

Keith: Listen, the guy that you were just talking to -- was that Cristian Vega?

Jessica: Uh-huh. Why?

Keith: I knew it. I tried to catch him on his way out, but he was moving so fast, I lost him. Darn.

Jessica: You a friend of his?

Keith: Yeah, we go way back, but I haven't seen him in eons.

Jessica: Really? That's weird because I've known Cristian for eons and I don't think I've ever met you. Wait a minute. Does this have anything to do with why Cristian can't go back to Llanview?


Jen: What are you doing here? I thought Peg told you to get lost.

Cristian: I thought I left something here.

Al: What was it?

Cristian: And what are you doing here?

Jen: He's here with me. I needed somebody who was helpful and supportive, someone who really cares about me.

Cristian: Well, lucky for you Al's a very helpful and supportive kind of guy.

Jen: Cut it out, Cristian. You broke up with me, remember? That means you don't get to tell me what to do.

Al: Yeah, did you hear her? Nobody wants you here.

Cristian: Hey, you don't have to tell me twice. I'm out.

Al: No, can you hang on a second? You didn't answer her question. What are you really doing here?


Blair: Where are you? Where are you calling from?

Todd: You know, it's -- it's -- it's kind of hard for me to explain that right now.

Blair: Well, I need to know now. Are you -- are you in Llanview, or are you even in Pennsylvania?

Todd: No. But I'll be there soon, and I got a big surprise for you.


Keith: Are you telling me Cristian got run out of town?

Jessica: Well, I'm not exactly sure what happened.

Keith: Well, don't look at me. I mean, Vega and I did some pretty wild stuff, but we never got banished. So if he got exiled from -- where'd you say it was?

Jessica: Llanview. That's where he's from. How could you not know that and be his friend?

Keith: Well, I met him here in art school.

Jessica: Oh. You're an artist?

Keith: I try, but Cristian -- he's the real deal. That guy's a real talent.

Jessica: Oh, yeah. Yeah, I know he is.

Keith: Never understood why he dropped out of art school, and then he just vanished from the face of the earth.

Jessica: Well, he had -- he had a lot of things going on -- personal stuff. I'm sure you could ask him about it. He would tell you.

Keith: Yeah, if I ever find, I mean, running into him here…

Jessica: Yeah, that is a big coincidence, huh, because it's such a big city, so --

Keith: Well, not really. I mean, this was one of our haunts back when (something garbled here)

Jessica: Oh, yeah. Cristian loves his diners.

Keith: So, is he back for good?

Jessica: Yeah. It looks that way.

Keith: So, do you know where I can get ahold of him?


Cristian: I told you I'm not doing anything. I thought I left something here so I came back to see, but it's not here so I'm out.

Jen: Cristian, wait.

Cristian: What now, Jen?

Jen: I just thought you'd want to know I'm not going to run into you anymore.

Al: Yeah, I'm taking her to Llanview. You ready?

Jen: Yeah, my stuff's in the back. Would you get it for me?

Al: Sure.

Cristian: So, why are you leaving?

Jen: Not because of you. I wouldn't let you stop me. The modeling thing just didn't work out.

Cristian: I can't believe that. I mean, you're the most --

Jen: The most what?

Cristian: Modeling's not my thing. I mean, you never know what they want -- obviously.

Jen: Well, it's not them. It's me. Just wasn't what I expected.

Cristian: So, this thing with you and Al -- is it serious?


Starr: Is that Daddy? Where is he?

Blair: Shh. Starr, just --

Todd: Hey, is Starr there? Tell her I got her a surprise, too.

Blair: Look, Todd, no surprises, all right?

Todd: Yeah, but this one is --

Blair: No. Just what are you up to?

Todd: Well, I told you.

Blair: No, all you have told me is absolutely nothing. All I've been doing is waiting by the phone, waiting to see what you're going to do next.

Todd: I fixed everything.

Blair: Todd, look, I know how you get when you are hurt or angry, and this time you're both, and it scares me.

Todd: Blair, listen to me.

Blair: No, Todd, you listen to me.

Todd: Fine. Talk.

Blair: Look, I wanted to tell you this in person, but I'm probably never going to see you again.

Todd: Blair, hold on a second.

Blair: No -- Todd, look, I know what I did was horrible and I know that it was wrong. Sam told me that it was wrong. I -- I should've told you that you were a father right from the beginning. But if I'd just had the courage to tell you the truth, then probably none of this ever would've happened and maybe our baby would still be alive.

Todd: Are you done? Because I got something I got to say.

Blair: No, just let me finish what I have to say, all right?

Todd: Hurry up.

Blair: I tried to apologize to you before, but you were so angry that you couldn't hear me, Todd, and -- well, now I thought, well, maybe some time has passed that -- well, maybe that you could forgive me. I know that you have a very, very big heart, Todd, and I know that you could forgive me if you -- if you really tried.

Todd: All right, that thing you just said about my heart being -- you just make sure that doesn't get around town, ok?

Blair: Todd -- I love you so much.

Starr: Is he going to forgive us?

Blair: I hope so.

Starr: Me, too.

Blair: Todd?

Todd: Yeah, I'm here.

Blair: Look, I know that this is really hard for you, but if you could find it in your heart to forgive me just one more time -- our little boy was on the earth for such a short amount of time, but he did bring us together as a family and I think he brought us closer.

Todd: So you're saying that if there were a baby in the house that it would bring us closer together?

Blair: Todd, I'm so sorry for what I did, and if I can do anything to make it up to you, please, I will.

Todd: Listen to me. I've -- I've done something.

Blair: What?

Starr: Is he going to take me away, Mommy?

Blair: What have you done, Todd?

Todd: It's about our child.


Viki: Roxanne --

Roxy: Roxy! How many times do I have to tell you it's Roxy?

Viki: Look; a long time ago, you and I were at the receiving end of a very vicious and cruel act.

Roxy: No kidding. And I got the short stick.

Viki: No one got the short stick. What Allison Perkins did to both of us was a crime and, unfortunately, we can't undo it. So now what we have to do is concern ourselves with our children.

Roxy: Blah, blah, blah. Are you done? Where's my daughter?

Viki: I don't know what happened to you 20 years ago. I don't know if your baby was missing for weeks like mine was. I'm not sure what your part was in all of this anyway.

Roxy: Listen, lady, are you accusing me of something?

Viki: Should I be? My point is that for the last 20 years, every single choice that I have made has been to make the world better and safer for my Jessica.

Roxy: Spare me. I'm not exactly on the committee for Mom of the century.

Natalie: Good thing. You're like that breed of animal that eats their young.

Roxy: Oh, shut up, you little runt.

Viki: Do you even know what a mother is? My God, a mother loves her children. She teaches them how to live a good and decent life. She's with them through everything -- through thick and thin, good and bad. She shares everything, even the difficult moments.

Roxy: That's when you got cash -- you know, you have a lot of time for all that touchy-feely business. You're lucky. You never had to struggle.

Viki: I can tell you that I hardly slept a night the first six years of my daughter Jessica's life. And even to this day, if the phone rings in the middle of the night, it scares me to death -- or if it doesn't ring when I'm expecting to hear from her.

Roxy: Half the time, we never even had a phone.

Natalie: That's because you spent all your money on booze and cigarettes.

Viki: I mean, how could you put your own needs ahead of your child's?

Roxy: Natalie's not my child. And that proves it.

Viki: Well, apparently, Jessica is not my biological child, but I still have an unbelievable, incredible spiritual connection with her, even when she's far away from me.

Roxy: Well, Vik, next time I need a psychic friend, you're going to be the first person I call.

Viki: Don't you have any feelings for her? She was your daughter for 20 years. How can you throw her away?

Roxy: Just watch. Honey, when you move to Easy Street, are you going to miss me? See. That's your answer.

Viki: Yeah, you're right. I just got my answer. You, lady, are not going anywhere near Jessica. I will do everything and anything in my power to keep her far away from you.

Roxy: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Are you finally done?

Viki: For now.

Roxy: Good. Because it's my turn. Jessica's my daughter, and I'm going to see her. She's my next of kin, and I'm her next of kin. So you can talk yourself blue in the face, but you cannot stop me.

Natalie: She may not be able to stop you, but I sure can.


Jessica: Cristian said he had to go, and then he ran off. I don't know where he went.

Waitress: You can pay your check up front, Hon.

Jessica: Thanks.

Keith: Hey, how about a phone number? You know, I could leave him a message, blast from the past?

Jessica: Sorry, I --

Keith: Man, I was so close. You know, there's a lot of people in New York, but not many I can really connect with -- not like Cristian.

Jessica: Yeah. Well, why don't you hang out here? You said it was one of your haunts, right?

Keith: Yeah. I guess I could do that, yeah. You know, the thing is I've been holding on to something for Cris ever since he left school, and I know that he would really appreciate getting it back.

Jessica: Oh. Well, you could give it to me. I could give it to his family, at least.

Keith: Well, if he has family in the city, you know, I could drop it off. Why don't you tell me where they live?

Jessica: I'm sorry. I -- you know, I don't know when I'm going to see Cristian again, so good luck. I hope you find him.

Keith: Ok. Oh, you're such a bad liar.


Jen: What Al and I do is none of your business. But, yes, we're close. Very close.

Cristian: He didn't waste any time, huh?

Jen: You told me to move on, so I have. I didn't think it would be this easy, but it was.

Cristian: Well, good for you.

Jen: Isn't this what you wanted -- for me to find somebody who would treat me the way I deserve?

Cristian: Well, if Al is treating you that way, yeah.

Jen: Al's a great guy. He would never lie or use me or hurt me the way you did. And he doesn't want anything from me. He just cares about me. And that's what I need right now -- somebody who really cares.

Cristian: Well, you two have a happy life together.

Peg: I thought I told you to get lost.

Cristian: Look, I don't know what the thing is between you and Jen, but if you can't see how beautiful she is, then I think you are in the wrong business.

Peg: What do you care? You're fired, Mark.


Antonio: I got here as soon as I could. What happened? Is Jen all right?

Cristian: Yeah, yeah, she's great.

Antonio: Ok. Then how come you look like it's the end of the world?


Starr: What's he saying, Mommy? What's Daddy doing?

Blair: Starr, why don't you go play with Ichabod and I will go get you. I'll come tell you everything as soon as I get off the phone. Now, go, go, go.

Starr: Ok!

Blair: Todd? This about our child? Look, isn't -- isn't Starr enough reason that we could try to figure all this out? I mean, just can't you forgive me for Starr's sake? Please?


Blair's voice: Isn't Starr reason enough for you to forgive me?

Todd's voice: Yes, yes, yes! I forgive you. I love you. We're all going to live happily ever after, just like in the movies.

Blair's voice: Oh, I'm so happy!

Todd's voice: Me, too.

Starr's voice: Me, three!

Todd's voice: Never lie to me again.

Blair's voice: Cross my heart, as long as you never steal Starr away from me.

Todd's voice: Don't lie.

Blair's voice: Don't steal.

Todd's voice: Don't lie!

Blair's voice: Don't steal!


Blair's voice: I can't trust you.

Todd's voice: I can't trust you.


Todd's voice: Say good-bye forever, Starr. We're never coming back.

Starr's voice: Mommy!

Starr: No, Daddy, no!

Blair: Can you forgive me?

Todd: Blair, the baby –

Starr: No, Daddy, you can't!

Todd: Is alive.


Al: Hey, are you ok?

Jen: Uh-huh. Ready whenever you are.

Al: I heard you talking to Cristian. I heard what you said about me and you. I wasn't eavesdropping. You know, I just --

Jen: It's ok. About the kiss -- I know I was trying to use you to hurt Cristian. I just wanted him to see that I've moved on.

Al: Yeah, but you haven't.

Jen: Well, I'm trying. That's why I'm in New York. Do you forgive me for kissing you?

Al: I'm not complaining about getting a kiss. I went along with it. That's what friends do.

Jen: How come you're such a good guy? Anybody else would've been furious with me.

Al: I'm not. I was just -- I was really worried about you. Glad you're ok.

Jen: Thank you for everything. I've never had a friend like you. And I don't want to do something stupid to ruin it.

Al: I'm not going anywhere. I care about you so much.

Jen: I know.

Al: And if there's anything I can do to make you feel better, you know -- I mean, even if it's -- even if it's pretending that you're over Cristian.

Jen: I am over him.

Al: Keep pretending. Maybe it'll come true.


Cristian: Jen's moved on, Antonio. And it didn't take her very long, either.

Antonio: Are you sure?

Cristian: I walked in on her kissing Al Buchanan.

Antonio: I'm sorry, Cris.

Cristian: Yeah.

Antonio: But you didn't have a choice, ok? You had to make her believe that you were over her.

Cristian: Yeah. Yeah, I know, I know. But it still bugs me.

Antonio: Yeah. Look, you -- you once said to me that you could make it so long as Jen was in the world. Well, as long as Schaeffer believes that Jen won't lead him to you, you're keeping her alive. Hang on to that.

Cristian: Yeah.

Antonio: She's safe. All we have to worry about is keeping you safe, too. Let's go.


Jessica: What are you doing?

Keith: Hey. I thought you had left. I was looking for your I.D. or something.

Jessica: Oh. Thanks.

Keith: Yeah.

Jessica: See you. Excuse me.

Waitress: Is that creep bothering you?

Jessica: No. Uh -- no, it's fine. Can you just tell me the quickest way to get to the hotel on the park?

Waitress: Yeah. Take the bus at the corner cross-town across the park two stops.

Jessica: Ok.

Waitress: Walk left one block and bingo.

Jessica: Oh, ok. I think I got that. Thank you.

Keith: Next stop -- hotel on the park.


Todd: Blair, are you there? Did you hear what I said?

Blair: Starr, what is the matter?

Starr: Daddy's going to take me away again, isn't he? And I'll never see you again!

Blair: No, shh! You know, Todd, I thought that you could change, but I guess I was wrong. Oh.

Starr: What did he say?

Blair: Your father's still very, very angry at me, Starr, about the baby.

Starr: But it wasn't your fault. The baby knows that.

Blair: Oh, baby, I know that.

Starr: What else?

Blair: He said that he's done something -- something about our child.

Starr: I knew it! I knew that he was going to take me away!

Blair: No, no, no, Starr. No, he is not. No one is ever going to ever separate us. I promise you that.

Starr: Cross your heart?

Blair: Cross -- cross my heart and hope to die. No one is ever going to separate us or come between us, no matter what daddy's done. You have my word, ok?

Todd: Here's the thing, ok? Don't tell anybody I said this, but I'm sorry. I kind of screwed up. But when we get you home, all right, and Blair will see that you're alive and squirming and making noises and that -- that face. You know, you look like Starr. Oh, I got to warn you about Starr. She's a little bossy, but, really, I -- I think you'll be able to handle her. Mm-hmm. You know what? Let's get home, all right? And you talk to Blair. Maybe she'll listen to you.

Buck: What's going on here? What are you doing with my boy?


Roxy: You're going to stop me? Just who do you think you are?

Natalie: I thought I was your daughter, and I hated myself for that. I used to clean you up and put you to bed, and all you ever did was swear at me and call me names. All I ever was to you was a nuisance you had to drag off to the casino if you couldn't ditch me someplace else.

Roxy: See, Vik? I told you that she was bad luck. But had I had my real kid --

Viki: Oh, stop this!

Natalie: It's all right. I can handle this. Why? What's so different about Jessica?

Roxy: She's mine.

Natalie: So? Why care about her when for 19 years you barely knew I existed?

Roxy: Well, maybe it's a miracle. See, my maternal instinct kind of kicked in when I found out that my real daughter was missing me. It's a feeling that I never exactly had before. So I'm just dying to see my long-lost, precious, darling little girl.

Natalie: You make me sick.

Roxy: Fine. Adios. Can't wait to see that kid. I know she's busting out like I was at her age. I used to fight the guys off with a stick -- just the way they like it.

Natalie: Jessica is nothing like you. Nothing!

Roxy: I'll be the judge of that.

Natalie: Oh, no, you won't. I said I would keep her away from you, and I will.

Roxy: Honey, she's just dying to meet her real mama.

Natalie: Not for long. Not when I tell her the story of Roxy Balsom.

Roxy: Hmm. Oh, great. After you pulled the rug out from her, I don't think she's going to believe anything you have to say.

Natalie: Oh, yes, she will because it'll all be true. I'll tell her how you'd forget to pick me up after school when there was bad weather and how the teachers had to feed me dinner and sometimes take turns keeping me overnight. And I'll tell her how you never, ever would forget to get to the track on time, even if that meant locking me up in the house all day.

Roxy: Well, I earned a living, gave you food and clothing.

Natalie: Right. And when you came out ahead, you'd go buy a brand-new bottle of booze, maybe a lime or two. I never had money for school supplies. I had to steal every notebook that I ever had.

Roxy: Hey, Vik, you got criminal blood in your family?

Natalie: I am so glad that I'm not related to you. I have never been so happy about something in my whole entire life --

Roxy: Why you little tramp --

Viki: Don't you ever, ever, ever lay a hand on her again.

Roxy: Oh, yeah, and how are you going to stop me?

Viki: You'll find out! Now, you hurt me and you hurt her. You are not welcome in this house. Get out!

Roxy: Ok, ok. I'm going to go for now, but you can't keep me from my daughter. You cannot keep me from my own flesh and blood.

Viki: Natalie, are you all right?

Natalie: No one has ever stood up for me the way you did.


Al: Well, we better get going.

Jen: You know, I'm not really in a rush to face everybody back home. All those girls at school told me that I don't deserve to win the contest, and now I just feel like I should wear a big sign that says "major loser" because that's pretty much --

Al: Jen, Jen, Jen -- the contest was a joke. I mean, as far as I'm concerned, you won and those girls are jealous.

Jen: Jealous of what, being pawed at by some weirdo photographer with a fancy camera?

Al: Look, so don't tell them if you don't have to. But for the record, I thought it was really brave, what you did by fighting that photographer off. That's a really, really hard spot to be in. You know, I think it's cool that you're not -- you have the ability to show you're not desperate, like so many other people.

Jen: I'm just so naive. I thought I was going to end up on a billboard or something.

Al: Maybe you still will.

Jen: I couldn't even get through the first day. I came here to prove to everybody -- and myself, I guess -- that -- that I'm in control of my life and that I can do what I want to do without other people stopping me.

Al: I know this was important to you.

Jen: Yeah. I mean, not at first. But eventually it did become important.

Al: Excuse me. I have to go.

Jen: Where are you going?

Al: Excuse me.

Peg: Yeah?

Al: I'm Al Buchanan from Llanview.

Peg: Lucky you. I'm Margaret Barlow from Brooklyn. Peg for short.

Al: Yeah, well, Asa Buchanan's my father. You heard of him?

Peg: What's his stage name?

Al: He doesn't have one. He's the C.E.O. and founder of Buchanan Enterprises.

Peg: That Asa Buchanan?

Al: Yeah.

Peg: The Texas billionaire? And he's your father?

Al: Exactly. I didn't approve of what happened today. Nor would my family.

Peg: I am not following, Dear.

Al: All right, well, follow this. What happened with Jen never should've happened. You should've gotten rid of that sleazebag photographer.

Peg: Josef? He's a genius.

Al: Oh, he's a genius? We'll see about that when my lawyers file sexual harassment charges. Oh, and you can expect to see your agency name in a solicitation suit. See, college girls, lingerie, and photographers with roaming hands don't mix.

Peg: You can't do this. This is a highly respected agency.

Al: Oh, I know. And the papers will love it.

Peg: You're bluffing.

Al: I'm not bluffing. I'm going to need your full name again. You were the original person who got rid of the girl who won the contest, right?

Peg: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Maybe we can work something out.


Starr: Where is Daddy?

Blair: I don't know, Sweetheart. He's not in Llanview, so that gives us some time to make some plans.

Starr: What's the plan?

Blair: You know what? I can't figure anything out if you're asking me all kinds of questions. So why don't you just run up and do your homework, ok?

Starr: Mom, how can I do my homework when we have a crisis on our hands?

Blair: Well, when we have a crisis, that's when we do the things that we have to do. And right now, you have to do your homework.

Starr: Can I do it down here? Ok.

Blair: Hey -- I love you. I love you so much.

Starr: Just figure it out.

Blair: What have you done, Todd? What is this big surprise? Ok. Ok. I've got to figure out what Todd has done. I've got to think like Todd. I've got to think, think, think like -- I know what he's done. Now I know what I have to do.


Todd: I -- I heard this caterwauling, this terrible screeching -- otherworldly, really --

Buck: Put the kid back in the crib and you get out.

Todd: No, I don't think I can do that.

Buck: Why the hell not?

Todd: Oh, watch your language.

Buck: He can't even hear yet!

Todd: A lot you know about parenting. Did I mention that I'm a doctor?

Buck: Did I mention that the door's right behind me?

Todd: Hey, I'm trying to save -- Jeter, right? I'm trying to save little Jeter's life here.

Buck: What?

Todd: Yeah, I'm an allergist. And what you said downstairs about, you know, him having a lemur allergy was a complete and utter and total misdiagnosis. And -- and -- and -- you don't know what -- Jeter could be allergic to anything. Say, macadamia nuts. Who knows? You're going to have to run a whole bunch of tests, a battery, a litany, if you will. And -- and this baby's really on thin ice.

Buck: What are you babbling about?

Todd: Look, I need to get Jeter out of this environment because there's something in this home that Jeter's allergic to. So I need to get Jeter out of the home so that I can get him treatment. Really, you're playing with fire. Time is money.

Buck: Did you see my weapons collection when you came in?

Todd: Yeah. Is that a real bazooka?

Buck: Yes, it is. And you take one step out of this room with that boy, you're going to meet it up close and personal.


Al: So, have you rethought things?

Peg: Well, I suspected for months that Josef was doing something sleazy. Girls would run out of there in abject terror, grab their belongings, and vamoose.

Jen: Well, no wonder.

Peg: He even came on to me once. Dreadful man. Power corrupts, you know. Well, good riddance, I say.

Al: Well, Peg, isn't there something else you want to say?

Peg: Ahem. I'm -- I'm so sorry that this all happened, dear. You won that contest fair and square. So if you still want the assignment, I'll book another photographer. I'll get you a woman if that would help, hmm?

Jen: I just don't know if I'm cut out for this.

Peg: Hmm. I saw the photos. You're a natural.

Al: Yeah. Come on, Jen.

Jen: Well, I'm here. I might as well give it a shot.

Peg: Ah -- brilliant!

Jen: Well, now I owe you another one.

Al: No, that photographer was an idiot. He would've kept on abusing women.

Jen: Can I take you for a thank-you dinner on my prize money?

Al: Yeah, sure. I know this great club we can go to afterwards.

Jen: No, I can't stay out too late. I don't want to get dark circles.

Al: Oh, no. I don't want you --

Jen: Besides, it looks like I'm going to be here for a while.


Cristian: What if this Schaeffer guy had been following me today, Antonio? I would have led him straight to Jen without evening knowing it.

Antonio:  She'll be safe in Llanview, Cris.

Cristian: Yeah, safe. Safe with Al.

Antonio: Look -- maybe after we lock up this Schaeffer guy, you could explain everything to her, all right? It might not be too late.

Cristian: What if he's lost interest? What if we're doing this whole thing for nothing?

Antonio: I wish, ok? But this -- this guy -- this guy's not going to give up.

Cristian: And I wouldn't be able to live if Jen got hurt because of me.

Antonio: Yeah, well, Jen's safe for now. But that doesn't mean that Schaeffer's not going to find a way of getting to you, too.


Keith: Now, I tried to be nice to you before, but you were so stingy with your information. You know, frankly, it was hurtful, so, now pretty Jessica, you're going to tell me where I can find Cristian Vega or else this time I'm not going to be so polite.


Viki: I can't even imagine being a child in that woman's house. I'm so sorry, Natalie. You never did anything to deserve that.

Natalie: How would you know?

Viki: How would I know? Because you were a baby. You were just an innocent little baby.

Viki: Thank you. Thank you for protecting Jessie, too.

Viki: Actually, I don't even know where Jessie is. Do you?

Natalie: Thanks. I forgot that Jessica's still number one around here.

Viki: Natalie!

Natalie: No. I mean, you still care about Jessica. Just relax. She's with the man that she formerly called her daddy.

Viki: Clint?

Natalie: Yeah, who else? Actually, I was kind of looking forward to meeting the man, but, you know, gotten this far without parents, so I think it'll be ok. I'll just stick with the house and the clothes and the cold, hard cash.


Blair: Ow. Starr! Come on down here now! Hurry up and bring Ichabod, all right? Hurry up! Hurry up.

Starr: Mom.

Blair: Hmm?

Starr: Would you mind telling me why there's a suitcase?

Blair: Well, I -- I've packed a few things that we're going to be needing.

Starr: For what?

Blair: We are leaving, Starr.


Todd: Ok. I'm busted. I'm not really an allergist.

Buck: No kidding.

Todd: What I am, though, is a feng shui master.

Buck: You're a what master?

Todd: I'm a master of the ancient Chinese art of placement. Now, I would be happy to rearrange your environment here -- for a modest fee, of course.

Buck: Bull.

Todd: No, really. A good room is a happy room, and a happy room is a wealthy room. And this room really is none of the above. Now, little Jeter here is around some really bad feng shui, some bad chi. It's evil. Now, I need to get Jeter around some really good feng shui, so I'll just be --

Buck: You can call it shung fway or anything else you want, but where I come from we call it kidnapping. Now, you put my son back in the crib or I'm calling the police.

Todd: He's not your son. He's my son.


Next on "One Life to Live:”

Keith:  You know where he is and I'm gonna make you tell me.

Troy:  Why did you agree to this treatment?  Nora: I just wasn't thinking clearly, you know?

Hank:  Hi, Keri.  This is Hank.  I need to see you.

Starr:  I'm not going anywhere without Daddy.

Buck:  Put the baby down.

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