OLTL Transcript Thursday 1/31/02



One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 1/31/01

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy 

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

Claire: This young man just tried to walk off with a very expensive piece of art.

R.J.: Maybe you could move in with me.

Allison: You know what you're supposed to do, right?

Roxy: Act like Iím dying.

Jen: How can we just happily go on with our lives when it's our fault that Al's paralyzed?

David: You either have $1 million burning a hole in your pocket or I'm going to tell Blair everything I know.


Todd: You seem a little jumpy. Should I get you a skipping rope?

David: I'm not the one on the hot seat, Todd. You were supposed to bring me $1 million. Do you have it or not?

Todd: What do you think is in here?

David: Knowing you, it could be dirty underwear.

Todd: Oh, Davey --

David: Show me my money.


Keri: Car broke down.

Antonio: It's lucky I stopped by.

Keri: I thought you were going to Rodiís to party with your friends.

Antonio: I decided not to. So, what's wrong with the car?

Keri: I don't know. I was just about to call the garage.

Antonio: Well, let me take a look at it first. I might be able to fix it.

Keri: Not in your suit.

Antonio: I'll be careful.

Keri: Antonio, Iíll be fine, really.

Antonio: Just consider it a thank you for helping me win the Mackenzie award.

Keri: Well, I knew you were a good student and a great cop and you knew how to run a diner, but you know how to fix cars, too?

Antonio: Yeah, when you grow up in Angel Square, you learn to fix whatever is broken.

Keri: What if it can't be fixed?


Ben: Hi, Natalie. Nice party, huh?

Natalie: Yep. I'm really beat. So, good night.

Ben: Not so fast.

Natalie: It's late, Ben.

Ben: Yeah, well, you're not going anywhere until you tell me why you took a very valuable statue and made it look like Seth had stolen it.


Al: Jen?

Seth: Sorry, Al, it's us.

Jessica: Look at you. In a wheelchair, out of your room.

Al: Yeah. I'm a regular triathlete.

Jessica: Is Jen on her way?

Al: I think so. What are you guys doing here? I thought you were going to the benefit thing.

Seth: We did. It wasn't as much fun as we expected.

Jessica: So, how are you feeling?

Al: Oh, me? I'm peachy. Dr. Wolek said that I might be getting out of here tomorrow.

Jessica: Really?

Seth: Great.

Al: Well, you know, hospitals are for sick people, and I'm not sick. Paralyzed, yes. Sick, no. And hopefully not paralyzed for too much longer, with Jenís help.

Jessica: So, are you going to go into some sort of rehab center or --

Al: Dr. Wolek said that all of that could be done on an outpatient basis.

Seth: That's awesome.

Jessica: That's terrific.

Al: Yeah. The only thing is I haven't thought about where I'm going to stay. I mean, I can't go back to Asaís, obviously. And I'm not going to move in with my dad or my mom at Bo's place.

Seth: So, where, then?

Al: College dorm.


Cristian: Jen, wait. Don't -- don't do it. Don't tell Al it's over between us.


Bo: Well, Hank, this better be good. What did they take?

Hank: They took a dress.

Bo: One dress? Is that all? You call me all the way down here because one dress is missing?

Hank: Well, Bo, it's not about the dress. It's about the woman who took it.

Bo: Oh.


Todd: Fine. Vickers, you want to know what's in the briefcase? Open it yourself.

David: If something pops out at me, Iíll raise my price.

Todd: Nothing's going to pop

David: Better not.

Todd: Go ahead, open it up.

David: What the hell is this, Manning?


Antonio: Well, if it's under the hood, I can fix it. What happened before the car died?

Keri: It just kind of came to a stop, like it was out of gas. But it's 3/4 full, so --

Antonio: Let me get my flashlight.

Keri: Oh, I have one. I'll get it.

Keri: Here.

Antonio: Let me take a look. Can you just -- just hold it right there, ok? Good. Well, if it's my guess, it's a clogged fuel line.

Keri: Do you think you can fix it?

Antonio: Yeah, I think so.

Keri: Oh!

Antonio: You don't happen to have a wire hanger, do you?

Keri: I have my dry cleaning. I'll go get it.

Antonio: Ok.

Keri: Here you go.

Antonio: Perfect. I'm going to need that light again.

Keri: Ok. Where?

Antonio: Right -- right -- there. Just focus it right there. That's perfect. All right. All right. Ok, get in there. Come on. Yeah, there we go. Look, I can't do this without light.

Keri: I can't do this at all.

Antonio: Well, just hold the flashlight steady.

Keri: That's not what I meant. We made a really big mistake.


Natalie: I didn't take the stupid sculpture. God, I can't believe this. This is just like the last time, when you accused me of taking Viki's bracelet.

Ben: Is it?

Natalie: Yeah. And if you remember correctly, I was innocent. Jessica had the bracelet the entire time.

Ben: That's true. I also remember that you did steal something -- some D.N.A. samples from Viki's hairbrush.

Natalie: Yeah. And you're never going to let me forget that, are you?

Ben: Natalie, I know why you stole the statue.

Natalie: I didn't!

Ben: Natalie --

Natalie: I didn't. And if you go to Viki with those stupid accusations, you're just going to upset her for no reason because I didn't do it.

[Phone rings]

Ben: We're not through here. Hello.

Larry: Ben, it's Larry Wolek.

Ben: Hey, Larry. What's up?

Larry: Well, I promised Iíd get back to you on Roxanne Balsom.

Ben: Well, it didn't have to be tonight.

Larry: No, I know. I had a lot of time, and I -- anyway, I just checked with admissions records.

Ben: What did you find out?

Larry: Well, she has been in the E.R.

Ben: And?

Larry: Sorry, that's about all I can tell you.


Jessica: Al, you can't stay in a college dorm. Not in a wheelchair.

Al: Oh, yeah, I can. They're all wheelchair-accessible.

Jessica: Yeah, but still --

Al: No, listen, it's the best I can come up with. Unless you got a better idea, that's where Iím staying.

Jessica: The carriage house. Nobody's living there.

Al: I wasn't asking.

Jessica: I know you weren't asking, but it's perfect. We can move whatever you need downstairs. Hey, it's much nicer than a college dorm, you know.

Seth: Yeah. And I can make any adjustments that you need.

Al: I don't know, guys.

Jessica: No. I know.

Al: Well -- your mom. I don't know if your mom would want me living there.

Jessica: My mom loves you.

Seth: Give it up, Al. Once Jessica makes up her mind, there's no stopping her.

Jessica: All right. Well, the doctor says you're getting out tomorrow?

Al: Maybe. Maybe tomorrow.

Jessica: Well, Seth and I have a lot to do.

Al: Wow. I have really good friends.


Jen: Al's paralyzed because of me.

Cristian: No, Jen, Al's paralyzed because of me. How many times do we have to go through this?

Jen: Until you realize that I have to do whatever I can to help him.

Cristian: No matter what it does to us?

Jen: Al thinks he'll be able to walk again if Iím with him.

Cristian: What do you think?

Jen: I think it's a long shot, but it's worth a try.

Cristian: For how long?

Jen: I don't know.

Cristian: What if it doesn't work, Jen? Or what if it does? Then what?

Jen: I don't know, Cristian. But all I know is that for right now, I have to be with him.

Cristian: Jen, think about what you're doing. If you tell Al that it's over between us, then it'll really be over.

Jen: Jessica. Seth.

Jessica: Hey.

Jen: I didn't know you guys were going to be here.

Jessica: We're just leaving.

Jen: How's Al?

Seth: He's good.

Jessica: He's amazing. We better get going. We've got to get the carriage house ready, ok?

Jen: Why?

Jessica: Al's going to stay there when he gets released. You know, Jen, I know we're not exactly the best of friends, but I want to thank you for what you've been doing with Al. You've really been great with him.

Jen: You, too.

Jessica: No, not like you have. He really counts on you.

Jen: Well, then I guess I better go in and see him.

Cristian: Jen --

Seth: Cris, you don't look so good.

Jessica: You ok?

Cristian: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine. I'm just concerned about Al, you know.

Jessica: You sure?

Cristian: Yeah, positive.

Seth: Maybe we should go.

Jessica: Yeah.

Seth: We have some stuff to do.

Jessica: Yeah.


Al: Hi.

Jen: Hi.

Al: I was starting to get worried about you. I thought you weren't going to come back.

Jen: I came back as fast as I could.

Al: So, you said that you had to go take care of something. Did you?


Todd: Well, it didn't pop out at you.

David: You son of a --

Todd: Ok, take it easy, now. Come on. If you kill me, you get nothing. No money, nothing.

David: Wrong. I know your secret. I know about your adopted son. And believe it or not -- look at this -- Iíve got Blairís phone number on my speed dial.

Todd: Ok, all right. Just relax. I was just yanking your chain. I've got your money.

David: Where?

Todd: Nearby.

David: I am not messing around, Manning.

Todd: Ok, all right. Come on. I'll give you --

David: Tell me where it is now!

Todd: No, I'm not -- you got to give me something first.


Cristian: I can't let her do this. No. I canít. I'm not going to let her do this. I'm not going to let her do this.

Larry: Cristian.

Cristian: Dr. Wolek.

Larry: You going to see Al?

Cristian: Yeah --

Larry: You know, I just ran into Jessica and Seth, and she said that she'd offered Al the carriage house to move into.

Cristian: Yeah, they just left to start getting it ready.

Larry: He's such a great guy. It's wonderful to watch his friends rally around him like this.

Cristian: Yeah.

Larry: I'm serious, you know. You guys have done so much for him.

Cristian: More than you know. Listen, Dr. Wolek, do you think Al's going to be able to walk again?

Larry: Cris, that's very difficult to say.

Cristian: Well, he thinks he will.

Larry: Well, you know, having hope can make all the difference.

Cristian: What do you mean?

Larry: Well, I've seen miracles happen with patients who've had enough hope, miracles that can't be explained medically. And then Iíve lost patients who should have been fine but who have run out of hope. Don't underestimate it.


Jen: Did you wheel yourself in here all by yourself?

Al: Yep. Arms of steel.

Jen: I'm serious. That's a big step.

Al: Well, I thought this would be a nice place for us to sit and talk when you got back.

Jen: It is.

Al: So, what was it that you had to go and take care of? Or do you not want to tell me?

Jen: I went to see Cristian.

Al: I figured that's where you had gone.

Jen: I told you that I would be here for you in any way. And I meant it.

Al: And I feel a really big "but" coming.

Jen: You know how Cristian and me are. You know what we've been through. Cris and I --

Cristian: We're finished.

Jen: Cris?

Cristian: Look, Al, what Jenís trying to tell you is that we broke up. It's over between us. We're through.


Keri: Being at that award ceremony tonight, posing for those pictures with you -- it was torture for me.

Antonio: When they announced my name as the winner of the Mackenzie award, all I wanted to do was hold you.

Keri: What was happening between us was good.

Antonio: It was more than good.

Keri: Who cares what your mother or my father thinks? We're not 16! You know, it's their problem, not ours.

Antonio: But it is a problem. And it's going to be a bigger one now that Iím heading special operations for the force.

Keri: R.J. is legit now.

Antonio: I really believe if you were right, it's still a big problem for R.J. and for me.

Keri: Big enough of a problem to just forget what we had going?

Antonio: I don't want that.

Keri: Neither do I.

Antonio: If I could believe that R.J. wasnít going to pose a problem for our relationship,

Keri: Then what?

Antonio: Then --

Keri: Yes?

[Car approaches]

R.J.: Keri? What's going on here?


Bo: All right, Hank. Give me the details.

Hank: Well, the way I understand it is that a woman came in around closing time, looking for a job. The storeowner said the position was filled.

Bo: Mm-hmm.

Hank: She didn't take that too well. Then she tried to buy a dress that was well over $3,000. She wanted to write a check, but the store doesn't take personal checks. The storeowner thought the woman left. She went to the back to close up.

Bo: But the shopper did not leave, right?

Hank: Well, we're guessing that she hid somewhere and got locked in. Then she changed into the dress, left through the front door, set off the burglar alarm.

Bo: Well, that sounds pretty amateurish.

Hank: Yeah, well, the owner gave Officer Parrish here a pretty thorough description.

Bo: All right. Well, you said that she changed into the dress, right? How do you know that?

Hank: Well, she left some pretty convincing evidence behind -- her own clothes.

Bo: Oh!


David: You want me to give you something first, huh? I've already given you plenty. Namely, your only chance for survival.

Todd: Is that what you think?

David: That's right. Because if Blair finds out what you did, you are a dead man.

Todd: Why do you say that?

David: She shot Max, according to the papers.

Todd: Well, that's Max. I mean, come on, so would you if you had the chance.

David: And I think she'll probably shoot you, too, once she finds out what you did. So be a good boy and give me my money.

Todd: No. See, I want to make sure that this is the last million that I ever give you. Don't come back in, like, six months and ask for a little more.

David: Oh, don't worry about that.

Todd: That's what you said the last time.

David: Did I really?

Todd: Yeah. Now, I need some kind of guarantee. You know what I mean.

David: What, you want me to write it down?

Todd: Sure. Why not?

David: You're even crazier than I thought.

Todd: Don't forget it.

David: So, you want me, the blackmailer, to write down that I promise not to squeeze you, the baby thief, anymore? Do you think Iím stupid?

Todd: On a scale of one to 10? 46.

David: That's very witty, Todd. But time is money. And speaking of money, I want mine.

Todd: No, you want mine.

David: Enough of this clever banter.

Todd: No, never too much banter. Where were we? Oh, right, right, right. We were talking about how stupid you are and how smart I am.

David: Quit stalling. You either give me the cash or I will tell Blair that you're a liar.


Jessica: So that would be good, right, if we moved the bed from upstairs to downstairs? I think that's a good idea. What's wrong?

Seth: I was just remembering the last time I was here -- with Natalie.

Jessica: Oh. Don't remind me.

Seth: I wish I could forget what I did to you. I'm sorry.

Jessica: We were actually standing right there when you gave me the necklace you bought for Natalie.

Seth: I wish I could take it all back. If I could, I would.

Jessica: But you canít.

Seth: I know.

Jessica: We can move things, though.

Seth: Yeah, make it look different.

Jessica: Yeah, remove the curse.

Seth: We'd need an exorcist.

Jessica: That's actually a good idea -- make this a place where good things happen.

Seth: Yeah, and give this guy Seth a fresh start.

Jessica: Exactly. And Al, too. But first things first. Music. Music, right?

[Music plays]

Jessica: What do you think? This coffee table -- it's only going to get in Al's way, right? We'll move this. We can actually just bring it -- are you going to help me? What are you doing? Come on, I need help. You can't just stand there.


Ben: Natalie, it's obvious you still have feelings for Seth.

Natalie: Wait, which one's Seth, again? I --

Ben: Look, I know it's hard seeing Seth and Jessica getting closer.

Natalie: You know what? You're a little late for this. Viki already gave me this lecture.

Ben: I'm not lecturing.

Natalie: Well, you could've fooled me.

Ben: Natalie, I understand.

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

Ben: I grew up not knowing that my parents weren't my biological parents, and I lost out on a lot of great years with Renee Divine. She's a lovely woman. Just like you lost out on being raised by Viki.

Natalie: So?

Ben: So I know what the hurt feels like and I also know that you don't have to knock people down to build yourself up.

Natalie: I'm not doing that.

Ben: You deserve a good guy just because of who you are.

Natalie: And who's that -- Natalie Balsom or Natalie Buchanan?

Ben: What's in a name?

Natalie: Well, in my case, pretty much everything.

Ben: Well, that's not true. A name has nothing to do with who you are. You could be Natalie, you could be Madonna -- it doesn't matter. You're still an attractive, smart young woman with a lot of energy and drive.

Natalie: Yeah, for good or for evil?

Ben: Natalie, Iím serious. You had a rough upbringing.

Natalie: Yeah, well thereís an understatement.

Ben: And it didn't make you hard or bitter.

Natalie: You think?

Ben: I know. I know you also like to play that it did, pretend a little, but Viki and I both know that's not true.

Natalie: Gosh, Ben. I just didn't know I was such a wonderful person.

Ben: Well, let's not get carried away. But you're getting there.

Natalie: Then why would I need to steal some stupid sculpture?

Ben: That's my exact point. You don't have to make Seth look like a thief to have Jessica not like him anymore.

Natalie: I told you I didn't do that.

Ben: Ok, look -- that's history. I care about your future. You might say you're at a crossroads.

Natalie: What's this, another ad for your bar?

Ben: You know, you worked really hard to get this family to accept you. Now, if you keep this vendetta up against Seth and Jessica, you're only going to alienate yourself all over again. Is that what you want? Or do you want to accept the love we are offering?

Natalie: And you claim this isn't a lecture.

Ben: Take it as a warning. Viki wants to be your mother. She sees the good in you just like I do. But you can't have it both ways. You can't be the interloper looking for trouble and the troubled little girl looking for love. You have to make a choice.

Viki: Am I interrupting something?

Ben: Natalie and I were just discussing the art at the fundraiser tonight.

Viki: Oh. Well, I thought there was some nice -- nice things there, but a lot of it was just too way out for me.

Ben: That's exactly what Natalie said.

Viki: Yeah, I think this is more my taste.

Natalie: Is that me?

Viki: Yes, when you were just a day old. I wanted you to see it before I -- I put it in the library with all the other family photos.

Natalie: There's something I have to say.


Bo: Oh, please, please just tell me that there's another petite woman out there with short, dark blonde hair, big hazel eyes, and an English accent who likes to wear outfits like this one.

Hank: Ok. Sorry, Bo, I can't. Listen -- the storeowner worked this up with the sketch artist. Come on, buddy. You got to face it. Looks like your new roommate is our frock felon. Frock felon.

Bo: Mm-hmm.

Hank: Yeah.


[Cats screech]

David: Oh, just a good old catfight. You know, that reminds me of dear, departed twister. Look at the cat.

Todd: I'm busy looking at a rat.

David: There's that bubbly Manning wit again. You know, I don't trust you. I'm not going to stick around long enough to find out what you've got up your sleeve. Do you give me the cash, or do I call Blair?

Todd: Ok, all right, all right, all right. Fine. It's in a backpack, bottom of that trashcan.

David: There better not be any confetti in here.

Todd: No, there's no confetti in there.

Todd: It's just garbage -- like you.

David: That's it. You asked for it, Manning.

Officer: David Vickers?

David: What the --

[Officer speaks French]

David: That's French. What the hell is going on?


Antonio: We don't need your help, R.J. Everything's under control.

R.J.: Oh. Is it?

Keri: My car broke down.

Antonio: We're adults. We don't need to explain ourselves.

Keri: It was a clogged fuel line. Antonio fixed it. It's fine.

Antonio: I'll follow you home just in case.

[Phone rings]

Antonio: Vega.

R.J.: Are you ok?

Keri: I am better than ok. Everything is going to be all right.

Antonio: They need me down at the station. I'll -- I'll follow you home, and then Iíll head over there.

Keri: No, that's 20 minutes out of the way for you. I'll be fine.

R.J.: Well, then Iíll follow you to Noraís and we can finish packing up your stuff and move you into my place just like we planned.

Antonio: What? Can I talk to you in private?

Antonio: You're moving in with R.J.?

Keri: I'm in the way at Noraís. I want to give her and Sam some space.

Antonio: Yeah, but R.J.?

Keri: He's my father.

Antonio: How are we going to keep our families out of our relationship if you're going to be moving in with R.J.?

Keri: We can figure this out.

[Phone rings]

Antonio: I'm not sure we can. Yeah? Yeah, no, Riley already called. Yeah, I -- Iím on my way. Thanks. I'm out of here.

Keri: Antonio Ė


Natalie: First, I want to say thank you to you both for everything. I've done some pretty crummy stuff since I've come into your lives, and I'm sorry.

Ben: Well, you know what? We've all made mistakes since we found out that Viki was your mother.

Natalie: Yeah, well, I keep on making them. So, second, Viki, I have an admission for you. Tonight at the --

Ben: You know what, Natalie? I think you pretty much covered everything.

Natalie: But --

Ben: We don't need to hear every little mistake you've made.

Viki: No, Benís right. We don't, especially if you expect me to reciprocate.

Ben: Or me. I'd have a sore throat and a pretty sore jaw. Plus, it'd be good blackmail for you, although I know you would never use it against me.

Natalie: Not anymore, anyway. It's the new me.

Viki: Sounds good to me.

Ben: Me, too.

Natalie: No more mistakes, I promise.

Viki: Natalie, honey, mistakes happen. And they're going to happen. They just shouldn't be intentional.

Natalie: Deal. Thank you.

Viki: And I am going to really try and limit my mistakes where my new daughter is concerned.

Natalie: This is the day I was born, really?

Viki: Yeah. That's the day you were born. I really wish I had pictures of you in the years between then and now.

Natalie: Yeah, well, Roxy wasn't into capture-the-moment thing. Oh, but there were those school pictures every year.

Viki: Do you still have them?

Natalie: Yeah, but they're pretty awful.

Viki: School pictures are supposed to be awful.

Natalie: They're upstairs. I'll go get them.

Viki: What was all that about?

Ben: Well, I just talked to her about being at a crossroads.


Jessica: Seth --

Seth: I've been wanting to do that all night. When we were at the art gallery, I couldn't concentrate on the art.

Jessica: We need to get this place ready for Al. And I need your help, ok? I need your help moving the coffee table, and we need to -- you know, figure out where else we need to move things.


Allison: I can't believe how easy it was to lead Jessica by the nose.

Roxy: Hey, that's my daughter you're talking about.

Allison: Yeah, well, she did everything I wanted her to. She told people that she was afraid you were sick. And now, thanks to your visit to the E.R. and Dr. Wolek's big mouth, they all think it's true.

Roxy: So, now what?

Allison: So now I got a lot of serious studying to do.

Roxy: Good, then Iím out of here. There's a bottle of bourbon with my name on it.

Allison: There's a bourbon called stupid lush?

Roxy: Hey, watch it.

Allison: You're not going anywhere. I need you.

Roxy: For what?

Allison: See this?

Roxy: Yeah.

Allison: Next time the emergency room doctors check you, that's what they're going to find out you have.

Roxy: Oh, my God.

Allison: So we got a lot of rehearsing to do. Come on.


Al: You guys broke up?

Cristian: Yes. Um -- yeah.

Al: Wow. I -- I don't know what to say.

Larry: Getting kind of late for visitors, isn't it?

Jen: Do we have to leave?

Larry: Oh, why don't you wait till the nurses throw you out? Meantime, I do have to talk to Al for a few minutes.

Al: Whoa. Talk to me? About what? What's going on?

Larry: Well, about things you should know when you're released -- physical therapy, occupational therapy, stuff like that.

Al: Ok.

Jen: We'll be outside.

Al: Bye.

Jen: Why did you do that?

Cristian: Do what?

Jen: Tell Al that we broke up.

Cristian: Well, because I didn't have the right to pressure you into not telling him. It was wrong.

Jen: I wasn't going to go through with it. I was going to tell him that we could just be friends.

Cristian: I spoke to Dr. Wolek before I came in. And you were right. Al really believes that the only way he's going to walk again is if you're by his side, and Dr. Wolek says that that might actually be true, so I don't want to get in the middle.

Jen: I hate this.

Cristian: Yeah, me, too.

Jen: It's really hard.

Cristian: Which is why Iím going to make sure Iím not a problem for you anymore.

Jen: What are you saying?

Cristian: I'm not going to see you anymore, Jen. It's the only way because if I see you --

Larry: All right. You can go in if you'd like.

Cristian: Go. Go ahead. I got to go.

Jen: No, Cris --

Cristian: No, really, go, go. Al's waiting.

Jen: Hey.

Al: Are you all right?

Jen: I'm supposed to be asking you that.

Al: Where's Cristian?

Jen: He had to leave.

Al: You don't have to do this, you know.

Jen: Do what?

Al: I know you promised to stick by me, but if you don't want to, Iím not going to hold you to it.


David: Who are these guys?

Todd: Ok, you remember the trouble that you were having in Morocco? Well, now it's time for you to pay the piper -- or I guess you could say it's time for you to pay the hooker.

David: You are not going to get away with this, Manning.

[Officer speaks French]

David: What -- what the hell? This is Pennsylvania! Speak English!

Todd: Ok, well, my French is a little rusty, but he either just said that you were bilking old women or he's going to make you his lady.

[Officer speaks French]

David: You will not get away with this, Manning. Hey, he's the one that you ought to be arresting! He lied to Blair Cramer down in Mexico! He told her that her baby was dead when he gave the baby to me to get rid of! Do you hear me?

Todd: Relax, Vickers. They don't even speak English. And they're way out of their jurisdiction!


Al: Listen, I mean it, Jen. I know you guys broke up, but if you're thinking about him and taking care of me, I mean, it's just -- it's not going to be good for either one of us.

Gabrielle: You have the power to help him.

Cristian: Al really believes that the only way he's going to walk again is if you're by his side.

Jen: I'm not thinking about Cristian. Our breakup has been coming for a long time. The only one on my mind is you.

Al: Really?

Jen: Really.

Al: Well, in that case, I have some good news. Dr. Wolek told me that they might spring me tomorrow. I mean, I have some physical therapy, things like that -- you know, they got to teach me how to use the chair, how to take care of myself -- but it looks good.

Jen: I am so happy for you.


Natalie: I couldn't find them. They weren't up there.

Viki: Oh. Well, do you think maybe they're still at Roxanneís?

Natalie: No, I know I brought them with me, but --

Viki: Don't worry. They'll turn up.

Natalie: The carriage house. I probably left them there. I'll go check, ok?

Viki: Wow. I think we've just taken a giant step. I mean, Natalie seems almost -- I don't even know what the word is.

Ben: Daughter-like?

Viki: Yeah, exactly.

Ben: Hey, who knows -- if Natalie and you can make it as mother and daughter, maybe there's hope that Natalie and Jessica can make it as sisters.


Todd: Hey, Blair. Yeah, I just needed some fresh air, but Iím on my way home now. Well, yeah, sure, I'll meet you at Rodi's. Whatever you want. Yeah, I guess I am in a good mood. You might even say that I feel like a million bucks.



Gabrielle: Oh, poor Blair. Lucky me. Lucky me. Ooh. Very cold.

Bo: Gabrielle Medina, you have the right to remain silent.


>> Stay tuned for scenes from the next "One Life to Live."

>> On the next "One Life to Live" --

Woman: There she is. She's the one who stole the dress.

Blair: Don't you remember what today is, Todd? Happy Anniversary.

Nora: Why are you letting Troy do this to her?

Troy: Let's get married tomorrow.

Natalie: There's one thing that I owe you.

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