OLTL Transcript Thursday 3/7/02



One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 3/7/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Jessica: I take care of you as long as you take care of yourself.

Nellie: You better start being nicer to me if you want me to keep playing the poor, pathetic unwed mother.

Natalie: If you help me break up Seth and Jessica, I let you keep Jen.

Nora: He was going to take her to Paris for the sole purpose of enticing a confession out of her.

Starr: I brought it to get you out of here.

Troy: Oh, boy.


Nellie: Let me see the baby. Let me see my baby.

Blair: Your baby?

Todd: Ok, you need to get out of here now.

Nellie: No, I want to see my baby.

Todd: It's not your baby anymore.

Blair: Nellie, Todd and I adopted your baby. He's ours now.

Nellie: Oh, yeah?

Blair: Yeah.

Nellie: Maybe you should talk to a lawyer about that. I know I did.

Blair: You -- you talked to a lawyer?

Todd: She's just trying to get more money. I'll handle this.

Nellie: Well, I hope you handle it better than the adoption.

Blair: What -- what does that mean?

Todd: Ok, you need to shut up now.

Nellie: It means, according to my lawyer, I still have a few months to change my mind.

Blair: What?

Nellie: I can still take my baby back.

Blair: Todd, can she do that?


Natalie: Hey, Al! I got those Lit notes you wanted.

Al: What are you doing here?

Natalie: What, you don't believe the bit about the Lit notes? I want a progress report.

Al: Leave me alone, Natalie.

Natalie: Have you seen Jessica?

Al: No, not since last night when I told her that she shouldn't stay overnight in Philly.

Natalie: And this morning?

Al: Oh, yeah. Yeah, I --- I got out of bed, I rolled over to her house, I woke her up and I said "you should break up with Seth right now!"

Natalie: I told you that this is just beginning. Breaking up Seth and Jessica is a full-time job.

Al: Oh, it's more than that, Natalie.

Natalie: And what's that supposed to mean?

Al: This is going to take a miracle.

Natalie: Oh, right, like a "poor Mr. Al Holden can walk again" miracle.

Al: Watch it, Natalie.

Natalie: Relax. I'm not going to tell your dad -- just Jen.

Al: You know you can't do that, Natalie. You know that.

Natalie: I do?

Al: Come on, Natalie. I love her.

Natalie: I know. And that's why you're going to help me -- because you don't have any other choice.


Seth: What?

Max: Tax audit?

Seth: Worse -- credit card bill.

Max: Ah, good old debt. I remember it well.

Seth: Are there any hours left this weekend?

Max: Ooh. You're going to need a couple of extra weekends per month for a couple of years.

Seth: I'll work whatever you need me to do, open to close.

Max: Work as many hours as you want, fine by me.


Natalie: Actually, maybe you won't have to work on Jessica at all.

Al: I don't?

Natalie: Nope. I think I know exactly what we need to do.


Roxy: Ok, back off on the concerned citizen speech, ok?

Jessica: Ben told you, Roxanne, not to drink so much.

Roxy: Ben? Ben? Who cares about Ben? I don't take orders from anybody.

Jessica: No, he wasn't giving you an order --

Roxy: Hey, I do what I want.

Jessica: Well -- well, did you take your medicine?

Roxy: Why should I?

Jessica: Did you even buy it?

Roxy: You know, that's a very personal question.

Jessica: Really? Well, I gave you $1,000, Roxanne, so I really don't think it is!

Roxy: Yeah, but you gave it to me to spend any way that I want to. I didn't think I had to ask permission from little Miss Trust Fund.

Jessica: No, I gave you that money for your medicine.

Roxy: It was for whatever I wanted it to be.

Jessica: Ok, look, look, Roxanne, you're sick, ok, and I'm worried about you.

Roxy: Hey, listen, you know, you are a really sweet kid, and I am going to be fine.

Jessica: So what did you spend it on?

Roxy: A sure thing -- Georgeís gift in the third.

Jessica: Horse racing?

Roxy: Yeah -- the lottery, too.

Jessica: But what about your medicine?

Roxy: Look, honey, with lady luck on my side, that is all the medicine I will ever need.


Sam: Come on, Lindsay. I'm waiting. What's going on here? What are you doing here?

Lindsay: I already told you -- and Nora told you. She and Troy conspired to make a fool out of me -- and you.

Sam: I want to know what you didn't tell me.

Lindsay: Sam, don't you know when you've been had?

Sam: Oh, I know when I've been had. I got years of practice when I was married to you, remember?

Lindsay: Kick me while I'm down -- that's really nice.

Sam: You've been lying about this whole thing. Now, I want the truth. Where's Troy?


Starr: It's not working!

Troy: You can't pry it loose?

Starr: No! The hammer's way too heavy! Stop looking at me like that! My wrist hurts!

Troy: Don't move.


 Todd: Ok, you need to calm down. She's not going to take the baby away. Really, what judge would give a kid to her?

Nellie: A judge who found out the kid had been adopted illegally.

Blair: Ok. What -- just wait a minute, Nellie. Just a few minutes ago, you were thanking us for taking your baby, for giving him a good home and -- and now you want him back?

Nellie: Maybe. It all depends.

Blair: Ok -- what is going on here?

Todd: She's high as a kite.

Nellie: I am not!

Todd: Yeah.

Blair: You know, if you are, Nellie, you know, we could find somebody to help you.

Todd: You know what? I'm going to handle this, ok? Why don't you get out of here and I'll take care of it.

Blair: I'm not going anywhere until we straighten all of this out, Todd!

Todd: Blair --

Blair: What?

Todd: I will take care of it! Now, you -- get out! Why don't you go find yourself a nice little 12-step program and never come back!

Nellie: So, are you going to give me more money now?

Todd: I don't ever want to see you ever again.

Nellie: Oh, no, you're not getting off this easy, ok? Do you know how hard I worked on this part? I did research.

Todd: You didn't do enough research. If you did, you'd know who I was and what I can do.

Nellie: You know what you can do? You can give me more money -- that's what you can do.

Todd: Get out of here.

Nellie: No way. You're giving me a nice, fat raise. You can obviously afford it.

Todd: Here you go. If you come back for more, you can spend it on your burial expenses.

Nellie: Hmm, very funny.

Todd: You know, I wouldn't laugh if I were you. I'm not kidding. It could be the role of your life -- your own corpse.

Blair: Todd, why did she change her mind? What's going on? What does she want?


Lindsay: There are things you don't know about this, Sam.

Sam: Where is Troy?

Lindsay: You don't know how they planned every little detail.

Sam: Lindsay --

Lindsay: You don't know how long Noraís been lying to you.

Sam: No, I know everything. Nora told me the whole story.

Lindsay: Did she?

Sam: Uh-huh.

Lindsay: Hmm. Did she tell you how they made me think that Troy was Colin returned from the dead? Hmm, I didn't think so.

Sam: All right, I want you to forget about Nora. We're talking about you and what you did.

Lindsay: What I did? I was the victim.

Sam: Well, even if you were the victim, you're never the victim for long. Your specialty is getting even. Now, what have you done to Troy?

Lindsay: Nothing.

Sam: "Nothing"? Troy made you think that he loved you and that he was going to marry you, and then you found out he lied? You'd never let him get away with that.

Lindsay: You don't know me as well as you think you do, Sam.

Sam: Come on, Lindsay. How'd you pay him back?

Lindsay: Ok, look, I admit that I did want to get revenge. I wanted to hurt him like he hurt me. I wanted him to think that he was going to get everything that he wanted and then pull the rug out from under him because that's exactly what he did to me.

Sam: So?

Lindsay: I didn't get the chance because when he realized he failed Nora, he left town. Do you have any more questions for me?

Sam: Just one -- what were the handcuffs for?


Troy: Don't move.

Starr: Why can't I move?

Troy: Because if you move, it could bite you.

Starr: What could?


Jessica: I gave you that money for the medicine.

Roxy: Well, you know, medicine is whatever makes you feel better, and a sure thing at the track -- that's what makes me feel better.

Jessica: And the lottery tickets?

Roxy: Yeah, well, you know, you got to plan for your future.

Jessica: Well -- well, you may not have one, Roxanne. You're sick and you need to take care of yourself, and that -- the cigarettes? I don't think so -- nope, nope! That's not good for you. Why would you do this?

Roxy: You know, where'd you learn to nag from -- Victoria?

Jessica: My mother does not nag, and Iím not trying to nag you, ok? I'm worried about you.

Roxy: Hey, ok, ok, but you know, I am your mother, too, and you know, there are certain things I can teach you about life, like see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.

Jessica: Roxanne, I gave you that money for your health.

Roxy: And I told you I do what I want.

Jessica: Well, does it bother you at all that you lied to me?

Roxy: I didn't lie to you. You know -- you know, when my ponies come in, I'm going to have all the medicine that I could use.

Jessica: Well, you know what? I hope they come in because you're not getting another penny from me.

Roxy: Ok, well, who needs it from you? Don't try to change me!

Jessica: I'm not trying to change you, Roxanne. I -- I care about you.

Roxy: Well, you keep telling yourself that. You know, you really turned out to be a drag.

[Door closes]


Natalie: What? Aren't you going to tell me how brilliant I am?

Al: Getting Seth sent to jail? Natalie, that's a terrible idea.

Natalie: Nobody said anything about sending Seth to jail.

Al: Well, that's what usually happens when you frame somebody for stealing.

Natalie: No, not if the cops don't know about it.

Al: Oh, and how are we going to do that?

Natalie: We can convince your dad not to press charges.

Al: Oh, yeah. That'd be really easy.

Natalie: Ok, look, I know that it's kind of wrong, but, I mean, Seth and Jessica, that's really --

Al: Really wrong, huh?

Natalie: Yes. He loves me.

Al: You know, Natalie, you might want to change that to past tense.

Natalie: He still loves me. He has to. I mean, he was there for me when nobody else was around, when I had no one in my world but him. And he knew me before and he still loved me. I have to get him back.

Al: Because you still love him?

Natalie: I love him more than Jessica ever could. I mean, do you think that Cristian could love Jen as much as you do?

Al: No, I donít.

Natalie: Of course not. But she can go right back to Cristian if she finds out that you can walk.

Al: Maybe.

Natalie: And he'll hurt her again. He did it once -- it's just a matter of time.

Al: No, that's not going to happen, Natalie, because I'm not going to let you mess this up for me.

Natalie: Do you want Jen to go back to Cristian or stay with you?

Al: Shut up, Natalie. You know the answer to that.

Natalie: Exactly. You want Jen to fall in love with you. Yeah. So right or wrong, they don't seem so important anymore, now, do they? So if you love Jen as much as you claim you do, you're going to have to do exactly -- exactly what I want you to do.

Ma just what is it that you want Al to do for you, Natalie?

[Al sighs]

Lindsay: Handcuffs? What handcuffs?

Sam: Well, I saw Troy with them when he was packing for your "honeymoon" in Paris. He said they were for fun and games and that you knew all about them.

Lindsay: Sam, how long did we share a bed together? Come on! Do you honestly think if I thought he had handcuffs, I would have left the country with him?

Sam: Yeah, well, it seemed unlikely, even for you.

Lindsay: What were they planning on doing to me? He and Nora -- I mean, she was in on this, too.

Sam: You don't know that.

Lindsay: She thinks I had her kidnapped. Obviously, she wanted the same thing for me.

Sam: No, don't confuse Nora with yourself. She said that she and Troy were just trying to get at the truth.

Lindsay: How? By holding me prisoner? And torturing me into saying that I kidnapped her?

Sam: Torture?

Lindsay: I wonder what else that he had in that bag.

Sam: Then why was Nora convinced Troy was the one in danger and not you?

Lindsay: Why would I do anything to Troy? I loved him.

Sam: Even after you found out the truth?

Lindsay: I was too hurt to do anything. He used me and lied to me.

Sam: Exactly.

Lindsay: And even if I had wanted to, I mean, he's 10 times stronger than I am.

Sam: And there's ways of leveling the playing field, Lindsay.

Lindsay: Why are you trying to make it sound like I'm the one who did something wrong?

Sam: Because I don't believe a word you're saying.

Lindsay: Ah. You would rather believe a woman who's been deceiving you with another man for months? Why don't you face it, Sam -- Troy and Nora are the liars, not me.


Blair: So, what's going on? Did Nellie really call a lawyer? Is she going to take -- is she going to take Jack away?

Todd: No, no. Blair, she just wants money for drugs.

Blair: How do you know that?

Todd: Because she told me. That's what she said outside.

Blair: She said that?

Todd: Yeah! That's what -- she's out of money because for the last three days she's been snorting and sniffing and shooting up. I mean, that's why she's so weird.

Blair: Oh.

Todd: But you don't need to worry. No, no, Jack's fine.

Blair: No --

Todd: Everything's going to be ok.

Blair: No, what if she was doing all that when she was pregnant with Jack?

Todd: Huh?

Blair: Something could be wrong with Jack, Todd!

Todd: No, there's nothing wrong with Jack.

Blair: We need to take him to the doctor.

Todd: No, you don't need to take Jack to the doctor.

Blair: Well, why not?

Todd: Because Jack's fine because she didn't do any of that stuff when she was pregnant.

Blair: Yeah, and how do you know that?

Todd: Because I was worried about the same thing, so I asked her and she said she didn't drink so much as a cup of coffee when she was pregnant.

Blair: Well, she was probably lying about that.

Todd: No, it would be in the medical records, right? I mean, it would be right there in the medical records.

Blair: Todd, she probably changed these.

Todd: Oh, come on. Do you have any idea how hard it would be to falsify medical documents? Come on.

Blair: Yeah. I guess you're right.

Todd: Jack's fine. Nobody's going to take Jack away from you. Everything is going to be ok.

[Jack cries]

Blair: Todd --

Todd: Jack's fine.

Blair: I got to go to him.

Todd: No, let Hedy take care of him. Where is frau tank?

[Jack cries louder]

Blair: She's at the doctorís. I'll go to him.

Todd: You know what? He's probably hungry. I'll get him a bottle.

[Phone rings]

Sam: Hold on. Hello?

Blair: Sam. This is Blair. Look, I need to see you. It's an emergency, ok?

Todd: Who's on the phone?

Blair: Um -- Hedy. She just called from the doctor's office. She's going to be a little while there.

Sam: Blair? Hello? Ok. Look, you -- we're not finished. I will find out where Troy is and what's really going on here.

Lindsay: R.J. It's me. Look, something really terrible has happened.


Starr: Is this the spider that bit you?

Troy: Either that or it's one just like it.

Starr: Cool!

Troy: No, no, no, no -- not cool. Not cool. Listen to me, ok? I need you to be very, very still. Ok? Don't move your arm.

Starr: Ok.

Troy: Ok, good. Now, with your other arm, I want you to slowly bend down and grab the orange juice bottle. Good girl. Ok.

Starr: We're not going to smush it, are we?

Troy: No, no, no! No, no. Here's what I want you to do -- I want you to take the top of the bottle and put it right underneath the spider, but don't touch it.

Starr: This is just like "when pets bite back."

Troy: Ok, just be careful.

Starr: Now what do we do?

Troy: Now we pray.

Starr: She did it just like she was trained. I can get a lot of money off of you.

Troy: Good girl. Ok, now put the lid on. Go ahead, hurry up, before she gets out. Good job.

Starr: I always wanted a real spider. You can keep legs company.

Troy: No, no, no, no, darling, you can't keep her.

Starr: Why not?

Troy: Because she's poisonous. Now, listen to me. When you leave here, you have to get rid of that spider, ok?

Starr: I never get to keep the cool stuff.

Troy: I know, I know. Maybe next time. Now, listen, you still didn't do me that favor. I need you to do me that favor. I need you to write down that number for me.

Starr: I told you, I don't have a pencil. And if my stupid mom and dad would just give me back my cell phone, then I could just call the number myself.

Troy: Why don't you try looking in your backpack one more time? Maybe there's something in there, anything at all. Anything you can write with.

Starr: I'll try.

Troy: Anything.

Starr: I have a pen!

Troy: A pen -- a pen is perfect. Now, look for something to write on.

Starr: Well, I don't have anything to write on.

Troy: Look -- look in the backpack. There might be something.

Starr: Oh, I have this!

Troy: Ok, perfect. Ok, here's what I want you to do. I want you to write down a name, ok? You got it? Come on. Nora Buchanan.


Todd: So she starts whining to me, complaining about how she's going to need more money because had to do all this research just to pretend to be your mother. Meanwhile, I have pretended to be a million people -- I've never done an ounce of research. I'm telling you, Jack, stay away from actors. Ok, your real mom's downstairs, and I'm here. Nothing bad's ever going to happen to you.


Sam: Blair, what's going on?

Blair: No, Sam --

Sam: You hung up. What's the emergency?

Blair: You can't be here. Todd's here.

Sam: Well, so? Did he do something?

Blair: No, no. You have to go, come on!

Sam: No, no, no, you said you needed to see me.

Blair: I do need to see you, but not here. I need to see you in your office in the private. Come on.

Sam: This is something you don't want Todd to know about, isn't it?

Blair: No, he knows all about it. He just doesn't want you to know about it.

Sam: He doesn't?

Blair: Wait, that -- that came out all wrong. See, he just doesn't want me -- he doesn't want me to talk to you, that's all.

Sam: Why not?

Blair: Well -- he's right, I shouldn't have called you. I panicked, I totally panicked.

Sam: Blair, Blair, Blair. What's going on? Is this about the baby?

Blair: I -- I didn't say that.

Sam: This is about the adoption, isn't it? I mean, why else would he refuse to let me help you with it? Why else would he clam up when I ask questions?

Blair: Well, you know Todd, Sam. The way he is, you know.

Sam: Yeah, yeah, when he's done something wrong. This is an illegal adoption, isn't it? What did he do, pay the birth mother?

Blair: He would kill me.

Sam: Come on, Blair, tell me.

Blair: Yes.


Max: This is the second time Iíve seen you two together.

Natalie: We're friends.

Max: Really? Friends tell each other what to do?

Natalie: Mr. Holden, can I speak with you in private, please?

Max: Oh, I don't know. I think that's something we should ask Al.

Natalie: It's ok, Al. I'm just going to go tell him everything, and I think -- I think he'll understand.

Max: All right, Natalie, I'm listening.

Natalie: I was just giving Al some advice about Jen.

Max: Why does he need your advice?

Natalie: Because I'm a woman.

Max: You think my son doesn't know how to act around women?

Natalie: He's paralyzed now. I mean, that's a big deal. He's probably feeling pretty bad that Jen has to run around as his nursemaid.

Max: That's not his fault.

Natalie: Of course not. But he could still feel less of a man, you know? I mean, and when it comes to --

Max: Ok, all right. I'm getting the picture.

Natalie: Look, and I told him, girls don't care about that -- I mean, not as much, anyway, but -- they just want -- if they like a guy, they just want -- want to spend time with him. Jen wants to spend time with Al.

Max: That's what I've been trying to tell him.

Natalie: Exactly. Girls want a guy who they can talk to and who can -- who will listen to them and understand them, know everything about them. And I think Al can do that for Jen. And then Jen's going to fall madly in love with Al, if she hasn't already. And, hey -- don't good things usually come from tragic situations?

Max: Well, she'd be crazy not to fall in love with Al because he's one hell of a guy.

Natalie: So, everything ok, then?

Max: Actually, there's something I would like your help with.

Natalie: Really?

Max: Mm-hmm. I've been trying to get Al to see a specialist.

Natalie: Oh. So you found someone who could help him?

Max: Maybe. Maybe. They've been making great progress recently with spinal cord injuries. This guy might be able to get Al to walk again.

Natalie: But Al doesn't want to see him.

Max: Wow, you're way ahead of me.

Natalie: Well, I just kind of saw where you were headed with it.

Max: See, I think he's worried it might not help.

Natalie: Maybe.

Max: But if you were to suggest it to him --

Natalie: No. I -- I don't know about that. I -- it's a really touchy subject for him.

Max: And that's why I think you should be the one to talk to him.

Natalie: I really don't want to -- I don't want to get in the middle of this --

Max: Why is that? You just said that he was talking to you about all of his problems with Jen.

Natalie: Yeah, but that's different. I'm not telling him what to do, and that's --

Max: You just said that you were advising him.

Natalie: Yes, I am.

Max: So why are you afraid to talk to him about this doctor?

Natalie: Because it's complicated.

Max: Really? I've got lots of time. Tell me why it's so complicated.


[R.J. Chuckles]

R.J.: Well, this better be good.

Lindsay: I'm sorry. Were you busy serving drinks?

R.J.: Lindsay, Capricorn is very important to me -- much more important than whatever you've gotten yourself into here.

Lindsay: I doubt it. Troy found out that I -- he found out what I did to Nora.

R.J.: You told him you gave her the memory drug?

Lindsay: No!

R.J.: You didn't?

Lindsay: Not exactly. He tricked me into admitting it.

R.J.: What an amateur. So, what? Now you want to give Troy the memory drug?

Lindsay: No. He's not even here. And even if he were, it wouldn't help.

R.J.: Why not?

Lindsay: Because he taped my confession.

R.J.: He what?

Lindsay: And I don't know where the tape is! So if somebody finds it --

R.J.: If somebody finds it, you go to jail.

Lindsay: No, we would go to jail, and that's why you have to help me find it.


Starr: Nora Buchanan.

Troy: Ok, Nora Buchanan.

Starr: Ok.

Troy: Good. Her number's 555-0136. Now, read it back to me.

Starr: 555-0136.

Troy: Good, good, good. Now, I want you to call her, and I want you to tell her that the thing that she wants is --

Starr: It's too many words. It won't fit.

Troy: Ok, ok, ok. Just tell her ramall at the gallery. R-a-m-a-l-I -- she'll know what that means.

Starr: Oh. Hey, look, I wrote it in script.

Troy: Ok. Ok, good girl. But you got to remember, tell her ramall at the gallery. It's the only way I'm going to get out of here, ok?

Starr: I'm sorry no one believed me when I told them.

Troy: That's ok. You're going to fix it, ok? You're going to call Nora.

Starr: And she'll get the cops to come?

Troy: She's going to get the cops to do a lot of things. Now, if you see a police officer, I want you to tell him that Iím here, ok?

Starr: I don't think he'll believe me.

Troy: Well, that's why you're not supposed to be lying to the police commissioner. But that's ok. You try it, anyway. You never know what might happen.

Starr: I guess so.

Troy: Oh, hey, hey, hey -- I need you to take everything with you. Take everything. And could you put this crate back over here?

Starr: Oh.

Troy: Ok, quicker. Good.

Starr: Why?

Troy: Well, because I don't want her to know that you were here.

Starr: Oh, you mean that mean blonde-haired woman?

Troy: Yes, the mean blonde-haired woman. Now, remember, when you get out of here, I want you to get rid of that spider right away, ok?

Starr: I wish I could keep him. Yeah, I know, I know, I know I canít.

Troy: Ok. Hey, munchkin, thanks for all your help. You're a pretty cool kid.

Starr: You're pretty cool, too, Mr. Man on the wheel.

Troy: Thank you.

Starr: When you get out of here, can we still be friends?

Troy: You bet we can. Good friends.

Starr: When they see you, they'll have to believe me.


Natalie: I'd really love to convince Al to go see the specialist. I really would.

Max: Then why don't you?

Natalie: He won't believe me.

Max: Why not?

Natalie: Because he saw us come over here, and he knows we're talking. I mean, if I go over to him and tell --

Max: Oh, he might figure I put you up to it?

Natalie: Yeah. And if he knows that you put me up to it, then he's not going to listen to me anymore.

Max: Well, my son is stubborn, just like his father.

Natalie: Not a bad quality to have.

Max: And, besides, we have been getting closer lately.

Natalie: And he wants to get closer to you. But just don't push.

Max: Ok. Don't say anything for now, but if he brings it up --

Natalie: I'll ask him about the specialist.

Max: Yeah. Thank you for talking to him about this, and thank you for being his friend.

Natalie: No problem.

Max: Because that's what he needs right now -- friends. People that want what's best for him. Do we understand each other?

Natalie: Perfectly.

Max: Thank you.

Al: So what happened?

Natalie: I just saved your butt, that's what happened.

Al: Oh, gee, thanks.

Natalie: Look, your dad is still really suspicious, and if he finds out what I told you to do, it's the end for both of us.


R.J.: You are on your own.

Lindsay: Uh, I don't think so.

R.J.: Look, I'm not the one who confessed on tape.

Lindsay: No, but you are the one who gave me the drug.

R.J.: Is that on tape?

Lindsay: What, you don't think I'd go to the police with that?

R.J.: Do you think the police will believe you?

Lindsay: Oh, no, R.J., You're right, the police would believe you. Bo and Antonio love you.

R.J.: Ok, Lindsay, listen to me very carefully. I am on the straight and narrow, hmm? And I'm going to stay there.

Lindsay: Oh, that's right. I did hear something about you having a daughter. And she teaches a course in crime, is it? How nice that she happens to have a natural resource in her father.

R.J.: Lindsay, you stay away from my daughter.

Lindsay: How do you think that she would feel coming to visit you in prison?

R.J.: Ok, Lindsay. I'll do what I can. Where do you want me to start looking for this tape?

Lindsay: Well, I already started. I've checked Troyís office, Noraís house, and here.

R.J.: Well, I'll assume you were thorough.

Lindsay: Yeah, well, what's left for you is his health club, his clinic, and the rest of the places I wrote down on there.

R.J.: Wait, wait, wait a minute!

Lindsay: I've got somewhere Iíve got to be. Happy hunting.

R.J.: Happy hunting? Hunting.


Blair: Todd wanted to help me get over our baby dying, so he went out and he found us another little baby boy about the same age, that looked very much like Starr.

Sam: And he paid off the mother?

Blair: You know, Sam, she didn't want him. She really didnít. She couldn't take care of him. She just wanted to the money. So, see, everybody kind of got what they wanted. Everything worked out.

Sam: Blair, the courts won't see it that way.

Blair: Why not?

Starr: Got out early from school.

Blair: What?

Starr: See you later.

Blair: No, wait, wait, wait! Who are you calling?

Starr: A friend.

Blair: What friend?

Starr: Avery.

Blair: Hmm. Now, did you forget that you were grounded for lying?

Starr: No.

Blair: That means no phone calls, Starr. Not even to Avery.

Todd: Hey, Starr! Get in here.

Starr: Hi, Dad.

Todd: Hi, Starr. How come you're not at school?

Starr: We got out early.

Todd: How come?

Starr: There was a teacher thing. And why's Sam downstairs?

Todd: Sam's here?

Starr: Yeah, he's talking to Mommy.

Starr: Where is it? Where's the note?


Jessica: Hey.

Seth: Hey.

Jessica: This is you hard at work?

Seth: Yeah, I got to count out last night's take before I can open up today.

Jessica: Can you take a break?

Seth: Actually, no. Max is here, and I don't want to screw up.

Jessica: Oh. All right. I actually have to talk to Natalie, anyway, so --

Natalie: If you're looking for Seth, he's over there at the bar.

Jessica: I'm looking for you. I need your help.


Roxy: You know, what's the deal with these rich kids? They think if they throw you a couple of bucks, they own you.

Allison: What happened?

Roxy: Well, you know, I like, you know, all this medicine stuff like that, but, you know, I don't think I'm going to change, you know, all those things that I love just to keep Miss Priss happy.

Allison: Jessica found out how you spent the money?

Roxy: Duh. Where you been?

Allison: What did she say?

Roxy: Well, you know, she said that I lied to her, but I didn't lie to her. I mean, you know, yada, yada, yada -- I just looked at her, and I said, "honey, look, what you see is what you get."

Allison: God, you are so stupid!

Roxy: Hey, hey, watch it!

Allison: You don't have to really change. All you have to do is go along with what she says.

Roxy: You know, Allison, now you're really confusing me because, you know, before you told me to be really careful.

Allison: That's only if you care about your health, which obviously you donít.

Roxy: Ok. So it's ok if I buy booze and lottery tickets?

Allison: Buy whatever you want. Just don't show Jessica.

Roxy: Oh.

Allison: It's not too late. We can still fix it.

Roxy: How?

Allison: Get on that phone right now.

Roxy: Oh, no, no, no.

Allison: Call Jessica.

Roxy: The kid's not going to want to talk to me.

Allison: Tell her you were wrong. Tell her you're sorry.

Roxy: Yeah, but I'm not.

Allison: What does it matter? Just do it!

Roxy: Hey, stop giving me orders!

Allison: Roxy --

Roxy: Hey, listen, Miss Smartypants, I don't need you. You're disposable!

Allison: I think you mean dispensable.

Roxy: Whatever. You're it.

Allison: You know what? People have tried to double-cross me before, Roxy.

Roxy: So what?

Allison: So this. I don't like it. In fact, I get downright nasty. You want to see how nasty I can get, Roxy?


Blair: There is no way that the court is going to side with Nellie because Nellie is on drugs, Sam.

Sam: Wait a minute. The birth mother is on drugs?

Blair: Yes, that's what Todd told me, that she's only doing it for the money. So there's no reason to go to court.

Sam: Blair, regardless of Nellieís situation, if you keep this adoption under the table, Jack could be taken away from you.

Blair: Well, you can't give her -- you can't give Nellie Jack because she won't even take care of him.

Sam: Blair, they could take Jack away even if Nellie doesn't contest. He could go to a foster home.

Blair: No! No. No, no, no. Because I know what that's about.

Sam: Listen, that's why you need to go to court, and then you won't have to worry.

Blair: But what if Nellie tries to take Jack back?

Sam: I can't make any promises, but if she is unfit -- and she sounds unfit -- no judge in his right mind would give him to her. Jack will stay right here.

Blair: He will?

Sam: Yes.

Todd: Sam. What the hell are you doing here?


Lindsay: Honey, Iím home.

Troy: Where were you, Lindsay? What did you do to Nora?

Lindsay: Well, I see you've changed your tune since I left.

Troy: You better not have hurt her, Lindsay.

Lindsay: Relax. Nora's fine. She's ok. But, oat -- that could change at any moment.

Troy: Lindsay, I am warning you, if you hurt --

Lindsay: No, Troy, I am warning you. I'm losing my patience. Now, where is that tape of my confession? You tell me where it is, or Nora will pay.

Troy: Fine, Lindsay. Fine. You win. You want the tape? I'll give you the tape.


Starr: Where did I put that phone number?

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


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

Al: You've counted that money, like, five or six times.

Jessica: It's about Roxanne.

Natalie: What's she done now?

Starr: Get back in your bottle!

Troy: I need to know that Noraís going to be ok.

Nora: It's Lindsay. She's responsible for Troyís disappearance.

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