OLTL Transcript Monday 3/11/02



One Life to Live Transcript Monday 3/11/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Natalie: If you love Jen just as much as you claim you do, you're going to have to do exactly what I want you to do.

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

Troy: The tape is at the hospital. It's in the supply closet next to my office.

Nora: I can't stop worrying about Troy. I think something's happened to him, and I feel responsible.


Mollie: So is it true? Hello?

Jen: What? What?

Mollie: Well, it must be. You're a million miles away.

Jen: What? What are you talking about?

Mollie: You know, about you and Al?

Jen: Al and I live together, Mollie. Everyone knows that.

Mollie: And you're living together because?

Jen: Because he can't walk and he needs me right now. That's why.

Mollie: Uh-huh. You're being a little bit tight-lipped about this, Rappaport.

Jen: About what?

Mollie: About the fact that you and Al are getting married.


Al: Oh, where is it?

Natalie: Hi! Mr. Holden. I thought you'd left.

Max: I did, but now Iím back.

Natalie: Wait -- you can't go in there, not just yet.

Max: Why not?


Keri: Last night was wonderful.

Antonio: Yeah. For me, too.

Keri: You know what the best part was?

Antonio: Yes, I do. I mean, no. No, I donít.

Keri: The best part was you got my mind off all the craziness that's trying to come between us.

Antonio: In other words, my mother and your father?

Keri: R.J. is not trying to come between us.

Antonio: Well, my mother certainly is.

Keri: Yeah. It's not a lot of fun knowing what she really thinks of me.

Antonio: Hey, listen to me. Waking up with you in my arms this morning -- Honey, I haven't been happier in my entire life.

Keri: Really?

Antonio: Yeah, yeah, so I don't care what my mother says or does or tries to do. She's not going to stop me from being with you.

Keri: You know, when you say it like that, I almost believe it.

Antonio: Yeah? Well, you should, all of it.

Shawna: Whoo-hoo-hoo! Hot and heavy. Oh, sorry. Don't stop on my account. Way to go, Prof. Reynolds. I'm jealous. No, seriously, don't stop. Give me a chance to grab a cup of coffee and not be late for your class.

Keri: Shawna, wait. Do you mind? I --

Antonio: Go.

Keri: Ok.

Antonio: I'll see you later.

Shawna: Can you hang while I go get my coffee?

Keri: The coffee is going to have to wait. We have a bigger problem.


Starr: I brought the spider home to prove to Mom and Dad that the man on the wheel is real. And that's the spider that bit him. Until Dad stomped on her.

Sam: Ok, Starr, what do you mean, a man on a wheel? Was he on some kind of a unicycle or something?

Starr: Whatever that is, no. But he was strapped on to this big wheel and he was stuck there like this, and he needs help.

Sam: You were trying to help him, this man?

Starr: Yeah, until the spider climbed on my arm before I could get off his handcuffs.

Sam: Handcuffs?

Starr: And they work, too. Parents get to play with such cool toys.

Troy: What are you doing here?

Sam: What's with the cuffs?

Troy: You know what? I don't -- I don't even have time for you. I'm late.

Sam: Late for what? I thought you were marrying Lindsay today. Ok, Starr, I need you tell me everything you know about this man. Can you do that?

Starr: You mean you believe me?


Troy's voice: I should have realized that night when I asked Lindsay to marry me, standing in front of the Ramali in the gallery --

[Answering machine beeps]

[Tape rewinds]

Troyís voice: Standing in front of the Ramali in the gallery --

Nora: "The Ramali in the gallery."

Troy's voice: That what I was doing was all wrong.

Nora: Ramali. That's got to be an artist. It is an artist.

[Answering machine beeps]

[Tape rewinds]

Troyís voice: When I asked Lindsay to marry me, standing in front of the Ramali in the gallery --

[Answering machine beeps]

Nora: The gallery. The gallery, at the gallery.


Lindsay: What is this?

Troy: I don't know. It looks like paper.

Lindsay: You're lying!

Troy: Look, Lindsay, I gave you everything you wanted. I told you where your confession tape is, I told Nora that you were innocent; I don't have anything else to tell you!

Lindsay: Well, this piece of paper tells me something different, and I think you'd better start talking.

Troy: I can't even -- I don't even know what's written on the paper --

Lindsay: Well, let me read it to you! It's "Nora Buchanan," with her phone number, and, oh, look, there's "Ramali" written down. Who was here, Troy, and why were you telling them about Ramali?


Natalie: Actually, I need to talk to you about that specialist that you wanted Al to see?

Max: And he doesn't want to see?

Natalie: Yeah.

Max: Ok. Well, what's up? I thought we already agreed that you weren't going to mention this to Al right way unless he brought it up.

Natalie: Um -- well, you know, I've been thinking about that.

Max: Yeah, I have been, too, and for the life of me, I can't figure out why he will not agree to see this guy. I mean, it might mean he could walk again.

Natalie: I know I said that I didn't want to say anything to Al before because he, you know, saw me talking to you right then.

Max: Yeah, I know, but in paralysis cases like this, getting the right treatment quickly could be real important.

Natalie: That's exactly what I was thinking. So I thought Iíd go ahead and give it a shot and talk to him.

Max: You think you can reason with him?

Natalie: Oh, yeah. Well, I'll sure try.

Max: Well, then, good. Couldn't ask for anything more.

Natalie: Wait! Mr. Holden?

Max: Uh -- Al?


Jen: Al and me getting married? Where did you hear that?

Mollie: Everybody's talking about it. It's all over campus. So what's the deal?

Jen: Well, there is no deal. I can't believe this.

Mollie: Come on, Jen, you can tell me. What are your marriage plans?

Jen: I don't have any marriage plans. Al and I aren't getting married. Not even close.

Mollie: Right.

Jen: What, you don't believe me?

Mollie: Well, you two are living together.

Jen: Well, lots of people live together, Mollie.

Mollie: Yeah. First, you shack up and then you shackle up, get married. So what's the deal, then? You two are together. Al is a great guy, even if he is stuck in a wheelchair these days.

Jen: We're not getting married. It hasn't even come up.

Mollie: You're still stuck on Cristian, aren't you?


Antonio: Hey! Hey, hey, hey! What are you doing?

Cristian: Leave me alone, man.

Antonio: Talk to me.

Cristian: She's going to be his wife, Antonio. They're getting married.

Antonio: Who's getting married?

Cristian: Who do you think?

Antonio: Jen and Al? Are you serious? When did she tell you this?

Cristian: She didn't. I heard it. But does it really matter who told me, yeah? It doesn't matter, does it? Damn!

Antonio: You got to get a grip. All right, look, this isn't going to be easy. It's as far from easy as it gets.

Cristian: Really?

Antonio: You got to be strong, Cristian. You got to -- you got to be bigger than this.

Cristian: Yeah, well, I don't want to be strong. I want to be with Jen.

Antonio: Yeah, well, you're not, not anymore, and punching some wall isn't going to change that.

Cristian: What will?

Antonio: You got to get over Jen. You got to stop wishing for what could have been, start facing the fact that it's never going to be.

Cristian: And what if I can't do that? Then what?


Keri: I didn't want to give you this in class. I wanted to talk to you about it first.

Shawna: You liked it, right? I knew I nailed it.

Keri: Actually, I was very disappointed.

Shawna: What?

Keri: Did you research this paper at all?

Shawna: Apparently not enough.

Keri: I wouldn't be so disappointed if I didn't think you were capable of the work, but you are. You're smart, you're intuitive, yet you tried to pull a fast one. You didn't think I would notice?

Shawna: Like it matters. It's not like I was going to get the MacKenzie Award for jumping in your bed.

Keri: Excuse me?

Shawna: Can I just see my paper? Please? You gave me an F? You can't do that.

Keri: That's what you deserved.

Shawna: No, no, no, you can't do this. I can't fail your class. My parents will kill me if they find out. Or cut me off. I'll have to get a job. Oh, look, Prof. Reynolds, this is really serious. I can't flunk your class. If I do, my college career is over. I can't fail. Please?

Keri: What did I hear you say about the MacKenzie Award?

Shawna: Oh, I -- I didn't mean that. I swear. I mean, it's just what some of the kids were saying.

Keri: But not you?

Shawna: Oh, I was just joking. Oh, please, I can't flunk. My father will beat me to a pulp. Please, please, please? Look, I'll rewrite it, but I'll do it better. I know the material.

Keri: I certainly thought you did.

Shawna: I do.

Keri: All right, Shawna, I'll let you redo the paper. But this time I want you to apply yourself, no messing around.

Shawna: I will. I swear. Thank you.

Keri: You better go get that coffee. You're going to need it. See you in class.

Shawna: Mm-hmm. Thank you. Thanks for nothing.


Lindsay: You tell me who was here, who was writing this note. Who is it that's going to call Nora? Why were you talking about Ramali? Answer me!

Troy: All you need to know is that someone found me and they're bringing help. Everyone, Lindsay, everyone is going to know what you did to me, to my brother, and what you did to Nora.

Lindsay: What about what you did to me?

Troy: What are you talking about?

Lindsay: You don't think you did anything wrong, do you?

Troy: No, Lindsay, I don't.

Lindsay: You -- you made me fall in love with you. You made me believe that you were in love with me. I gave you everything I had, Troy. I gave you my heart. I gave you my soul.

Troy: You didn't have a heart and soul to give.

Lindsay: You gave me something that made me happier than anything in my whole life.

Troy: What's that?

Lindsay: Love. And then you took it away and you told me it was never real. I believed in you. I believed everything you said.

Troy: Are you hurt, Lindsay?

Lindsay: Yes.

Troy: Huh? Are you hurt? Well, good. How do you think Nora feels, huh?

Lindsay: Nora? She got everything back. She got Sam, she got away with murder. She even got you. I'm not going to get anything back, am I?

Troy: No, Lindsay, you're not. Face it, you're going to prison. I told the person who found me where the tape is. They're on their way there right now. And meanwhile, here you are standing around feeling sorry for yourself. Better go. You better go find it, Lindsay. Good luck.

Lindsay: This is another one of your tricks, isn't it?

Troy: Maybe. Maybe not. You know, if you want to stick around, we can debate it. I'm not going anywhere.

Lindsay: Why wouldn't you want me to go?

Troy: Because I want them to find you right here, Lindsay. I want to see it with my own eyes, because no matter how hard you try and explain your way out of this, you're not going to have a leg to stand on once they find that confession tape of yours.


Nora: That's weird.


Max: Al?

Al: Dad.

Max: What happened? Are you ok?

Al: I -- I fell. I just -- could you give me a hand here?

Max: Yeah, sure. Ok, ready? Go. What do you mean, you fell?

Al: I just fell, ok? I was reaching for some peanuts and I fell down, all right?

Max: Well, just ask somebody --

Al: I know, ok? I know I can ask people. I can ask people. I'm always asking people, all right? I'm getting sick of asking people for things. Look, I got -- I got to go to class, ok?

Natalie: I can take you. Well, it's no trouble. We're in the same class.

Max: Is that ok with you, Al?

Al: As long as I get to school.

Max: Thanks, Natalie. Thanks.

Natalie: No problem. That's what friends are for. They're to help each other out.

Max: Well, what were you doing back there? Didn't you hear him fall?

Al: Dad -- Iím fine, ok? Don't worry about it.

Seth: The fire alarm went off. I was just checking it out.

Al: Listen, Dad, don't make a big deal out of this, ok?

Max: Ok, ok.

Natalie: Coming to class?

Seth: No. I'm pulling an extra shift.

Natalie: You really shouldn't cut class, Seth.

Seth: It's just one class. Besides, I need the money.

Natalie: Hey, if you want, I can loan you whatever you need. It doesn't matter how much. I've got --

Seth: No. Thanks. I want to pay off my own debt.

Natalie: Well, ok. You change your mind or anything -- we got to go.

Max: Oh. I'll see you later.

Al: Yeah. I'll see you, Dad.

Al: Give me those.

Natalie: Did you get done?

Al: Yeah, I got it done, ok? I think what you're doing to him is really lousy.

Natalie: What we're doing to him.

Al: You're supposed to love this guy, Natalie.

Natalie: I do love him.

Al: Yeah, and you show him by setting him up?

Natalie: Because I love him more than anyone else ever could, ok?

Al: More than Jessica?

Natalie: What do you think?

Al: I think this is really messed up.

Natalie: Oh, you think this is messed up. Why don't we go tell Jen that you can walk. How's that?

Al: I can't do that, Natalie.

Natalie: That's right, Al, you can't, because if you tell her the truth, she'll leave you. They both have to realize that they belong with us. We both know that there's only one way for that to happen.


Jen: Do you get off spreading rumors like this?

Mollie: I'm just telling you what I heard.

Jen: Well, you heard wrong. Al and I aren't getting married, and it has nothing to do with Cristian. Why don't you just mind your own business?

Shawna: What's your problem, Rappaport?

Jen: My problem is you two spreading ridiculous rumors about me.

Shawna: Well, you know what they say. I mean, people believe what they hear, and everybody's been hearing about this. Even Al, I bet.

Jen: Well, obviously, he knows it's not true.

Shawna: What about Cristian?


Cristian: So you think it's just a rumor?

Antonio: Could be -- till you hear it from Jen.

Cristian: Yeah, right.

Antonio: Look, Jen -- Jen made a choice, all right? She's not looking back. She and Al are together now.

Cristian: Yeah, I know.

Antonio: Yeah. You know, maybe that's what you need. I mean, after all, you're not that ugly. There's got to be some girl out there that would go out with you.

Cristian: Yeah.

Antonio: Look, Cris, I'm not saying it's going to be easy getting over Jen, only that it's possible.

Cristian: Speaking from experience, right?

Antonio: Yeah.

Keri: Hi.

Antonio: Hi.

Keri: Hey -- if I don't hurry, Iím going to be late for my --

Antonio: Oh, no, no, no, I can take a hint. I'll see you later?

Keri: Of course.

Antonio: Ok. Cris, remember what I said.

Keri: You coming, Cristian?

Cristian: Yeah.

Jen: I'm not getting any reception in here. I've got to go. I'm worried about Al. He should be here by now, but I'll be back.

Keri: Ok.


Sam: No, of course I believe you, Starr.

Starr: Finally, someone does.

Sam: But I'm going to need a little more information, ok?

Starr: It'll cost you.

Sam: Ok. I tell you what -- if you can tell me more and it checks out, Iíll square it with your parents so you're no longer in trouble. How does that sound?

Starr: And will you tell them that I didn't mean to put the spider in Jack's crib and that I only brought the spider home just to prove that I wasn't lying?

Sam: Yes, I will.

Starr: And the man on the wheel -- you'll help him, right?

Sam: Well, I'll do what I can. So tell me where he is, Starr, this man on the wheel.

Starr: He's at the fun house.

Sam: The fun -- you mean that old abandoned building?

Starr: Yeah, where Reptile Roundup used to be.

Sam: Ok. Did he tell you his name or how he got there?

Starr: No, just that he wanted me to call someone.

Sam: Who?

Starr: Nora Buchanan, but I lost her phone number.

Sam: Nora? Why -- why did he want you to call Nora? Did he tell you?

Starr: Because the blonde-haired lady was going to do something bad.


Guard: Gallery's closed, Ma'am. I can't allow you in.

Nora: Well, actually, I don't need your permission.

Guard: Ma'am, I don't want to have to call the cops.

Nora: I think it's great that you can flex your muscle and everything, but do you know who I am? I'm Nora Buchanan. I'm an attorney here in Llanview.

Guard: Oh, right. The lawyer.

Nora: That's right.

Guard: I thought I recognized you.

Nora: Oh, yeah. Well, I'm here in a professional capacity working a case.

Guard: Sorry, I really canít.

Nora: Well, you don't really have a choice. I mean, legally, you do, but it's just not going to work in your favor.

Guard: Ms. Rappaport pays me to watch this place.

Nora: Ok, well, you see, as an attorney, I have my rights as an attorney to search the premises according to this -- this court order here right now, and you do not want to have to violate that court order. I mean, I suppose you can if you choose, but, you know, if you detain me in any way, you could be charged as an accessory.

Guard: For real?

Nora: Oh, yes, for real. I used to be married to Bo Buchanan, the Commissioner of Police, and if he felt that you were restricting my movements in here, I just, you know, it's kind of -- I meant I think it's only fair that I ask you under these circumstances, is protecting Lindsay Rappaport really worth it?


Lindsay: It'll come down to your word against mine.

Troy: How do you figure that?

Lindsay: Because you already told Nora that Iím innocent. The only thing you have to contradict that is the tape. And if I get to it before anyone else, there goes your proof.

Lindsay: "Ramali."

Troy: I should have realized it that night when I asked Lindsay to marry me, standing in front of the Ramali in the gallery. What? What is it?

Troy: Lindsay? Something's wrong, Lindsay.

Lindsay: You bastard!


Natalie: Beep-beep, you guys.

Jen: You're late. I was so worried about you. I was just about to call you.

Al: Yeah, I'm sorry, but this baby doesn't do over five miles per hour.

Natalie: Well, actually, there was a little problem at the Break Bar.

Jen: What? What happened?

Al: Nothing.

Natalie: Al fell.

Jen: What? I should have been there. I am sorry.

Al: Listen, it was no big deal, ok? It was an accident. It's not your fault.

Keri: Ok, I need everyone to take your seats, please.

Jen: Hey, sit with me, ok?

Al: Ok. That was low.

Natalie: Low? She was all over you. You should thank me.

Al: Thanks.

Keri: Ok, I want everyone to take a number from this bag that's going around, and I am going to be handing out your term papers along with instructions for the next assignment. Nice work, Cristian.

Cristian: Thanks.

Shawna: Must be nice to be the brother of the teacher's pet, huh?

Keri: Now, I need everyone to take a look at your number, and whoever has the corresponding number will be your partner for the rest of the semester.

Natalie: Who has three?

Al: I do.

Cristian: Five?

Jen: That's me.


Max: Seth, you make last night's deposit yet?

Seth: No, not yet. I was about to go to the bank, but then the fire alarm went off, and then there was a liquor delivery, so I didn't get it --

Chad: Hey, I can take it, if you want. I mean, I'm almost done here.

Seth: No, no, I'll get it.

Max: Just do it before we open. Is that too much to ask?

Seth: No.

Max: Good.

Seth: Hey, could you finish up here?

Chad: Yeah. Sure. Whatever.

Allison: Ah! Hey, you! Watch it, blockhead!


Sam: Nora, it's Sam. Call me as soon as you get this message. I just need to know you're all right.

Starr: Wait! Don't you want to take me with you?

Sam: No, Starr. I need you to stay right here.

Starr: No, you donít.

Sam: Yes, Starr, I do, because if I need help with the man on the wheel, you're the only person who can tell other people where we are, ok?

Starr: Kind of like on "alias."

Sam: Yeah, exactly. And now, if you come through with me on this, I will take you to every single Reptile Roundup in the state, ok?

Starr: Wait.

Sam: What?

Starr: When you go in, walk through the funny mirrors. It'll take you right to him.

Sam: I'll do that. Thanks, Starr.

Starr: Thanks for believing me.


Lindsay: That tape isn't at the hospital. It's at the gallery.

Troy: No, Lindsay, it's not.

Lindsay: It's in my home, where you asked me to marry you.

Troy: Lindsay, I told you where that tape is.

Lindsay: No, you told Nora where it is. Ramali. Ramali -- that was a clue, wasn't it?

Troy: You want to waste your time, you want to waste your time, Lindsay, go ahead. Waste your time. I don't care. But that tape is in the hospital.

Lindsay: You are not going to make a fool out of me again.

Troy: Lindsay, wait! Lindsay -- I smell smoke. Do you smell that?

Lindsay: No, I donít. I don't smell anything. I'm never going to fall for your lies or your tricks again. I don't care what happens to you anymore.

Troy: Lindsay, you don't mean that. You don't mean that.

Lindsay: You better hope that I get to that tape before Nora does.

Troy: Lindsay -- Lindsay! Lindsay!


Nora: Oh, God, Troy, I don't know what you're trying to tell me here. Or what I'm looking for.

Troy's voice: I should have realized it that night I asked Lindsay to marry me, standing in front of the Ramali in the gallery.

Lindsay: What is that?

Troy: Open it and find out.

Nora: They were standing right here. Ramali. Ok. Ok. I don't get it. I don't -- I don't understand. I don't know what Iím missing here. He said he was standing in front of the Ramali. In front of or behind it?

Nora: Oh, my.

Nora: What in the world is this?


Keri: Hey Cristian. Listen, I know things are kind of strained between you and Jen right now. Do you want me to you a different partner?

Cristian: No, no, I can handle it.

Keri: Well, if it becomes a problem for you, let me know.

Cristian: It won't. I won't let it.

Keri: Okay.

Jen: This is stupid. I'm just going to ask the teacher for another partner.

Al: Jen, you don't have to do that, ok? If you're ok with it, then Iím ok with it. Besides, it's just for class anyway, right? I mean, research, stuff like that?

Jen: Are you sure?

Al: Yeah. So why don't you go talk to Cristian, get it over with, ok?

Jen: Ok. Thank you.

Natalie: So why the sad face, partner?

Al: Don't call me "partner."

Natalie: Why? I mean, that's what we are, Mr. And Mrs. Three, remember?

Al: Yeah. And Cristian and Jen are Mr. And Mrs. Four, Five, whatever. How come it's every time that I turn around they're together?

Natalie: Well, I think it's a good idea that you and I are partners in class, Al. Now no one will suspect that we're teaming up in other ways.

Al: This sucks.

Natalie: Not if it gets you what you want -- the love and admiration of Jennifer Rappaport.

Al: Oh, you're a laugh riot.

Natalie: And to do that, we need to focus on something more important right now.

Al: What's that?

Natalie: Getting Seth in as much trouble as we possibly can so that Jessica walks out on him and never looks back.


Allison: Where'd you get the big bucks, Anderson? Are you a long-lost Buchanan, too?

Seth: It's the bar's money, Allison. Back off.

Allison: Yes, sir, Mr. Bartender, sir. I can't believe Jessica makes you earn your own way when she's rolling in it. Natalie would never make you crawl, you know.

Seth: You know what, Allison? I'd serve drinks in a bar for the rest of my life rather than have somebody pay my way.

Allison: Oh, well, that's a terrible attitude, and it will get you exactly nowhere.

Seth: Here. The bar is closed, so you need to leave.

Allison: Oh, F.Y.I., Tall, dark, and hard-up, I'm not here to drink. I'm here to use the computers.

Seth: I said the bar is closed. That goes for the computers as well. Go home.

Chad: Hey, lady, we're closed.

Allison: Oh, the other one said I could use the computer. I have a very sick friend and I need to research her condition.

Chad: I don't care.

Allison: Do you have no compassion for the sick?

Chad: No. None. We're closed. Take off.

Allison: Fine! Lose my business! See if I care!


Troy: Smoke everywhere. Oh, God. No, this place is on fire. Oh, God!


Troy's voice: So you were responsible for Noraís kidnapping, too?

Lindsay's voice: Yes. I let Colin take the blame for that.

Troy's voice: And you were the one that gave Nora the drug that wiped out her memory?

Lindsay's voice: Yes, and I let Colin take the blame for that, too.


Lindsay: Come on. Come on. Hurry. Hurry.


Keri: Hello there.

Antonio: Hi. Can I steal you for an hour?

Keri: Oh, I don't know if I can. I have to work.

Antonio: Would it help if I told you I have to be back on duty at 4:00? You'd have the rest of the day to make it up?

Keri: Possibly.

Antonio: You can't say no. I have a very special lunch planned for us.

Keri: Where are we going?

Antonio: Oh, it's a surprise.

Keri: Give me a hint.

Antonio: All I can tell you is that you're going to feel a lot better about certain people when it's all over.

Keri: Intriguing.

Antonio: Very.

Shawna: Ugh. Can you believe her?

Mollie: You're just mad because she gave you an F. I mean, what did you expect? You worked, what, half an hour on it? I got a B, by the way. Thanks for asking.

Shawna: You know, he was her student, you know.

Mollie: So what's it to you? It's not like he still is.

Shawna: So, he was her student and she was his professor.

Mollie: So you're saying when he was, they were --

Shawna: Oh, yeah.

Mollie: Wow.

Shawna: Mm-hmm. And, you know, that's just not right, Mollie. I mean, it's -- it's unethical. I'm shocked when I think about it. And you know what? I think it's time that somebody said something about that.


Chad: Hey, boss? Phone call.

Max: Who is it?

Chad: It's the bank.

Max: Thanks. Max Holden. The deposit's short? How much? 992 bucks? Are you sure? Oh. You bet, Iím going to look into it.


Al: No way, Natalie. I'm out, ok? I'm not doing anything more to Seth. That's it. Where are you going, Natalie?

Natalie: Do you want to lose Jen for good, Al?

Al: I don't want Jen this way.

Natalie: Well, I hate to break it to you, Al, but you're not going to get Jen any other way. So that means we're going to have to help each other out here, meaning I keep your little secret --

Al: Doesn't it bother you, framing Seth for stealing the money from the bar? I mean, doesn't it bother you just a little bit?

Natalie: He'll get over it because he has me.

Al: Oh, save it, Natalie.

Natalie: You know what? You could be mad all you want about Jen and Cristian being partners, but at least Jen's living with you. Seth won't even talk to me.

Al: Yeah, well, maybe that's an indication of something, Natalie.

Natalie: I am not giving up on Seth! Now, you do exactly what I tell you to do. What are you -- what are you doing? Sit down before somebody sees you.

Al: I am tired of doing what you tell me to do, Natalie.

Natalie: If you don't sit down right now, I'm going to go out there and tell Jen the truth, and don't think that I wonít. Fine. Have it your way.

Al: You're not going anywhere.


Jen: So I was thinking we could just divide the assignment in half.

Cristian: Yeah, whatever.

Jen: Ok, so you can just do the first half and Iíll do the second half.

Cristian: Oh, wait a minute. Then you're doing the one with all the research.

Jen: Well, I just wanted to be fair.

Cristian: Well, why don't you just stop trying so hard, ok?

Jen: Ok, well, how about you can just figure it out, then?

Cristian: Why? Why? You're the one with all the answers.

Jen: What is wrong with you?

Cristian: Are you and Al getting married?


Troy: Help! Is anyone out there? I need help!


Nora: You did it, Troy. You did it. Just like you said you would. You got Lindsay to confess what she did to me.

Troy's voice: And you were the one that gave Nora the drug that wiped out her memory.

Lindsay's voice: Yes, and I let Colin take the blame for that, too.

Nora: You did it. I knew you did it, Lindsay. I knew it. And now thanks to Troy, I have the proof.

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


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

Cristian: You want to marry Al? Go ahead, marry Al.

Natalie: You should sit back down in your chair.

Max: There's almost $1,000 missing. What happened to the money?

Lindsay: Where is it, Nora?

Nora: Where is what, Lindsay?

Sam: Troy?

Troy: Sam?

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