OLTL Transcript Monday 4/22/02



One Life to Live Transcript Monday 4/22/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Troy: I want to get to know the real you, and I want you to know the real me.

Roxy: Allison is framing me for running you off the road.

Todd: If two kids from the same family both have aplastic anemia, then the same donor could be used to make them better, right?

Natalie: You know that money that was missing from the Break Bar? I took it.

Niki: [As Viki] do you think you could seduce my husband?


Al: Don't you ever say her name again.

Natalie: Who? Jen?

Al: Shut up.

Natalie: I just want to clarify who we're talking about. Jen?

Al: I thought I told you to shut up.

Natalie: Jen, Jen, Jen, Jen, Jen --

Al: Shut up!

Natalie: Jen, Jen. Why? Can you not take it? Well, guess what -- she's gone! It's too late. Now get over it!

Al: Shut up! Shut up, all right? Shut up!

Natalie: Let me go.

Al: Shut up.

Natalie: I said let me go.

Al: And I said shut up.


Jordan: So this place is closed except for the waitress interviews?

Niki: [As Viki] right, right. It'll just be you and Ben, ok? Now, you're clear on what you have to do, right?

Jordan: Mrs. Davidson, not to worry. If Ben's got a roving eye, he'll be putty in my hands.

Niki: Go for it, toots. Um -- yeah, ok. Go ahead.

Jordan: Ok.

Niki: [Normal voice] oh, Benji, go for the bait. Then I can say bye-bye. And poor Viki will be so upset, she'll have to go on a world tour of men. Oh, yes!


Jordan: Hi. I'm here about the waitress job.


Nora: I have to -- I've got to go home now.

Troy: Nora, don't go. Not yet.


Blair: I knew that you were lying to me. So what's the deal, Gabrielle?

Gabrielle: Well, it's -- it's a bit difficult to explain, really.

Todd: You can't tell Blair anything.

Gabrielle: Oh, can't I?

Todd: No, you can't, because then you'll lose your job. See, if Blair finds out that Jack's our kid, then you've got nothing left to blackmail me with.

Gabrielle: As I said, it's not easy to explain.

Blair: Well, let me see if I can make it easier for you. What are you doing here?

Gabrielle: It's about a son and a huge, monstrous lie, a lie that could have tragic consequences.


Allison: Get out of my face!

Alex: Perhaps I underestimated you earlier. I really do only have $300 in cash. But how about these lovely earrings?

P.A. Announcer: Flight 424 to Buenos Aires is now boarding at Gate 17.

Allison: Well, this has been a ton of fun, but that's my flight. Hey! Hey, hey, hey, hey! Police! Police! Police!


Todd: Good work, Nigel. That was even easier than I thought it would be.

Alex: Nigel?

Nigel: Yes, madam, the one and only.

Alex: Todd Manning? Oh, what on earth are you two doing here?

Todd: Today is your lucky day, Alex. We came here for you. 


Seth: Mr. Holden hired me back.

Chad: Lucky you.

Seth: Chad, I want to clear the air between us, ok?

Chad: Seth, maybe we got to work together, but we do not have to be best buds, ok?

Seth: I know why your sister accused me of coming on to her.

Chad: Really? Me, too. Because you're a jerk.

Seth: I also know why she thought I did.

Chad: I can't wait to hear this.

Seth: Someone used my coat and my scarf to pass himself off as me.

Chad: What, and stole the deposit money, too, right?

Seth: Ok, don't believe me, but it's true.

Chad: Why would anyone do that, Seth? Huh?

Seth: To make me look bad.

Chad: Ok, so who is this mystery guy who has it in for you?

Max: I'd kind of like to hear the answer to that one, too. Who's this creep that supposedly did all this?


Jessica: Hello? Anybody here? Oh. What's going on?

Natalie: Hi. Bye.

Al: Look, I'm -- I'm going to go and get the rest of my stuff out of the carriage house.

Jessica: That's -- that's it? That's all you have to say to me?

Al: Well, I'm not really in the mood to talk right now. I just -- I can't do this right now.

Jessica: Al? Al, you know, you still can stay at the carriage house, of course.

Al: No, I -- I don't think so. It's not a very good idea. Thanks, though.

Jessica: Natalie, you and I have something to talk about.

Natalie: What about?

Jessica: About what happened with me and Seth.


Blair: What lie? What do you know about Jack that I don't?

Gabrielle: Jack?

Blair: Jack, Jack, Jack. My son -- that's his name. You know I'm talking about my son!

Gabrielle: No, no, no, I wasn't talking about your son. I was talking about mine.

Blair: Yours?

Gabrielle: Al has been living this lie, and it all came out at the wedding. And now his life is never going to be the same again. He's going to lose everything.

Blair: What are you talking about, Gabrielle?

Gabrielle: He's going to lose the love of his life, and, Blair, she means everything to him. And he's going to lose his home, his place to live. He's going to lose it all.

Blair: Well, if I didn't know better, I would think that you're having some genuine feelings.

Gabrielle: Blair, we're both mothers, right? And we feel things for our children that people who don't have children couldn't possibly understand.

Blair: Did something happen to Al?

Gabrielle: You know when you're -- you're really desperate for your child -- you know, for their happiness -- you will do anything, anything at all for them to be happy. You know that desperation, don't you?

Blair: More than you know.

Gabrielle: Please, can't we help each other?


Alex: What do you want with me?

Todd: The pleasure of your company on a flight to Llanview.

Alex: With you and Nigel? Why are the two of you even together?

Nigel: Funny you should ask.

Todd: You know what, Nigel? I'll take this one. Ahem -- see, the thing is, Alex, believe it or not, all three of us -- we have a common cause.

Alex: Oh, wait. I am trained to see the underlying motive in situations like this.

Nigel: How fortunate for you, Madam.

Alex: It's Asa.

Nigel: Mr. Buchanan is an underlying motive?

Alex: Mm-hmm. Well, he's what we all have in common. He hates Todd Manning with a passion. He stupidly dumped me more than once.

Nigel: More than twice. But who's counting?

Alex: But as far as Nigel is concerned -- what?

Todd: Oh, well, Asa made him wear short pants once.

Nigel: Oh, Mr. Buchanan was just pretending to be mad then. I don't really blame him, Sir.

Alex: No, you don't really blame him for anything. You'd follow him through thick or thin.

Todd: No, not anymore. Not since Asa left him high and dry at St. Blaze's.

Nigel: Oh, indeed. Very high and, oh, so dry.

Todd: Right, because there was that big, sticky mess you had to clean up, and all the legal hassles.

Nigel: Oh, madam, I'm in such legal trouble, and thanks to Mr. Buchanan -- you know, Asa -- I --

Todd: Right. So we're all clear, then, right? We all just hate the big cowboy's guts. So, come on, let's go to Llanview and stick it to him. Come on, what do you say? You in?


Troy: Come on. You're not going to make me beg, are you?

Nora: Oh. Ok, for a little bit, I'll come in.

Troy: Good.

Troy: Well, you know, I happen to have a very nice bottle of pinot grigio.

Nora: Already opened, I bet. Gee, this is like déjà vu all over again.

Troy: I hope this -- we can share this particular bottle without having a negative connotation.

Nora: Well -- ahem -- actually, it wouldn't be like the last time because it wouldn't be a predate smooth-over, you know.

Troy: Well, no. That's -- it's over, if it even qualified as a date.

Nora: So, then, what's this?

Troy: This?

Nora: This.

Troy: Oh, no, this isn't a date.

Nora: No. This would be more of a nondate.

Troy: Exactly.

Nora: There you have it.

Troy: Which would make this a post-nondate, getting-to-know-each-other glass of wine.

Nora: Fabulous, perfect.

Nora: Aw. Oops. Sorry. Oh, what is this?

Troy: No, no, no, no! Wait, wait, wait! Whoa, whoa, whoa!

Nora: What -- what are you hiding, Troy?


Blair: Would you get away from me?

Gabrielle: Blair, we can help each other. Two heads are always better than one.

Blair: Not when one of the heads is yours. Now, I want to go find out what's wrong with my son and his iron deficiency.

Gabrielle: Now, you see, I could help you with that.

Blair: Just Todd’s not here and he should be here.

Gabrielle: Yeah, he certainly should be.

Blair: He just went to Philadelphia.

Gabrielle: I know. I know, and he'll be here any moment. I'm sure he will be. But in the meantime -- hey, want that cup of tea?

Blair: You know what? I am just not into playing this little girlfriend game with you right now.

Gabrielle: Well, now where are you going?

Blair: I'm going to go call and see how my daughter is doing and see if her daddy has called, if that is all right with you, Gabrielle. Good Lord.

Gabrielle: Good idea. Call home. Excellent idea. No harm can come of that, right? Philadelphia? Why he couldn't he think of somewhere more remote? Philadelphia -- this is impossible. I'm not going to be able to keep her from finding out that her son has a very serious disease.

Dr. Shiller: Oh, Mrs. Manning?

Gabrielle: Huh?

Dr. Shiller: Oh, sorry. I thought you were someone else.

Gabrielle: Oh, Dr. Shiller.

Dr. Shiller: Yes. And you would be?

Gabrielle: I'm -- I'm Mrs. Manning's sister.  [Southern accent] You don't have any news about her sweet son, my adorable little nephew, do you?

Dr. Shiller: I was told Mrs. Manning was here.

Gabrielle: She was called away, but you can tell me anything you want. I'm family, after all.

Dr. Shiller: I prefer to wait for Mrs. Manning. The news I have about her son is quite serious.


Todd: Ok, I don't have all day. You're going to have to give me an answer.

Alex: Do I want to join the two of you in a plot to bring Asa to his knees?

Todd: Oh, believe me, when we're done, he'll be lucky to have knees.

Nigel: Oh, very lucky.

Todd: So, you in? Come on.

Alex: It depends.

Todd: On what?

Alex: What's in it for me?

Todd: What's in it for you is that you get to see Asa grovel and crawl and beg for mercy.

Alex: I'm not a vengeful woman by nature.

Nigel: No, Madam, simply a self-serving one.

Alex: If I don't take care of myself, Nigel, who will?

Todd: I will! I'll tell you what -- I'll give whatever you want. We'll discuss the details on the plane, but we really got to go because they're starting to board.

Alex: No, wait. You're taking me to Llanview?

Todd: Yes! You're not paying any attention. Pay attention.

Alex: I think that's the first place he'll look for me.

Todd: "He," who?

Alex: Forget it. I can't.


Ben: I just need a waitress who can handle tough crowds. Do you have any experience?

Jordan: Oodles. And always looking for more.

Ben: This is the late shift. Is that a problem?

Jordan: Oh, no. Late nights -- I love late night. That's when the senses come alive. Actually, I find myself suddenly single, so I have no reason to rush home. You can keep me here as late as you want. I can help you close or anything else your little heart desires.

Ben: Um, Miss --

Jordan: Call me Jordan.

Ben: Jordan.

Jordan: Mm-hmm.

Ben: I'm only looking for a waitress.

Jordan: Well, you know, sometimes you find things you never expected -- you know, when you never even realized you were looking for them, someone special who knows how to treat you right.


Asa: Viki. What are you doing?


Todd: All right, what's it going to take? Really, I have to nail Asa. So what do you want? You want more money? Maybe some nicer clothes?

Alex: I want a peaceful life.

Nigel: Madam, did you say a peaceful life?

Alex: I want a life that is stress-free, not to mention free of certain people. And I'm afraid Llanview doesn't fit the bill.

Nigel: No, Llanview will never be accused of being peaceful.

Todd: Why would you want peaceful? Look, Llanview needs you. You know, there's a huge groundswell to have you come back and be Mayor.

Alex: I think the only person that needs me is you, Todd. And Alex Olanov doesn't need you, so I'm afraid you're going to have to hatch your little plan to bring Asa down by yourselves.

Todd: But the plan doesn't work without you.

Alex: Very little does, hon. Sorry.

Jeb: Snookums, you're not really trying to run out on little old Jebbie baby, are you?


Gabrielle: This is the deal. I am well aware of Jackie’s aplastic anemia. I also know his father, Todd Manning, has gone to get help. I also know that you have given your word that you will not say a word to Todd’s wife, Blair, about how serious their son's condition is. Are you following me?

Dr. Shiller: Who are you, actually?

Gabrielle: I am someone who knows that if you break your word to Todd, you'll live to regret it, although I shouldn't think you'll live very long.

Dr. Shiller: What is Mr. Manning's problem?

Gabrielle: Don't even ask. Just tell me the news about baby Jack.

Blair: What news? Hmm? Why are you asking the doctor about my son?

Dr. Shiller: I have good news, Mrs. Manning.

Blair: About Jackie? He's all right? He's -- he's better?

Dr. Shiller: His condition has improved, and I see no reason why you can't take him home.

Blair: Oh, Dr. Shiller, thank you. That is the best news ever. That's wonderful!

Dr. Shiller: He does need some followup --

Blair: Ok.

Dr. Shiller: And I will want you to bring him back tomorrow.

Blair: Absolutely.

Dr. Shiller: But I'm sure he'll be much happier in his crib tonight.

Blair: Oh, that's great.

Gabrielle: Blair, isn't that just wonderful news? I'm so excited for you! I'm so --

Blair: It's wond-- it's wonderful.

Gabrielle: So happy.

Dr. Shiller: There is some paperwork involved.

Blair: Oh, sure, sure. We'll go take care of that right now. Great.

Gabrielle: Thank heavens. Thank heavens that's over with. I need just a minute to breathe. All right, so if she's at home, she's safe. She won't find out any more news, and I can just breathe. Oh, no, no, no, no, no, I've got to take care of Al's problems. Oh. Ok, breathe.


Seth: Hey, I'm not looking to get someone else in trouble, ok?

Max: Even a thief?

Chad: He stole 992 bucks, Seth.

Seth: He won't do that again. I can promise you that much.

Chad: He should be making license plates if you ask me. I'll be in the back restocking if you need me.

Max: The story sounds a little suspect to me, Seth. Who is it you're trying to protect?

Al: Me.

Max: What's going on?

Al: I -- I did some pretty lousy stuff to Seth. Seth, I just --

Seth: Yeah, I know all about it, ok? And it stinks.

Al: I know. It was pretty messed up.

Seth: Hey, I'm no saint, ok? I've done stuff, too, but that --

Al: You and Jessica are cool, right?

Seth: Stronger than ever.

Al: And you got your job back here?

Seth: Funny, huh? Looks like you only hurt yourself. Maybe you should think about that next time.

Max: You mind filling me in here?

Al: $992.

Max: You took the money?

Al: Yeah. And I pretended to be Seth.

Max: Well, I'll give this to Natalie since she already paid me back.

Al: I don't know what I was thinking, Dad.

Max: Well, it's partly my fault. I wasn't really around when you needed me, and when I was, I was a pretty lousy role model.

Al: Hey, at least you tried. I mean, I was in a place where nobody could say anything to me, you know? I was going to be Jen's husband. And that's who I was, you know, the guy just to the left of Jen Rappaport. Now I don't know where I belong or who I am. Not a clue.


Niki: [As Viki] look, go away. Just go now.

Asa: Whoa, whoa. What are you up to, Viki? And what are you doing outside?

Niki: Uh, Ben and I are going to do a makeover on Crossovers -- yeah, Crossroads, and -- inside, and I'm taking the before pictures.

Asa: Oh. At night? Good luck.

Niki: No, no, no! You can't go in there, not now!

Asa: Why the hell not?

Niki: Because we just had the floor did -- done. It's wet.

Asa: I want to talk to Ben.

Niki: Well, you can call him tomorrow.

Asa: You're not even interested in why I want to talk to your husband?

Niki: Yeah, sure, fine. Why?

Asa: We're trying to set a date for this dinner we've been planning -- you know, you and Ben, me and Renee. Oh, please, don't get all excited!

Niki: Yeah, well, Ben and I are really busy now.

Asa: Oh, fine, fine. I tried. Oh, wait till Renee finds out who put the kibosh on this whole deal.

Niki: Don't come back.


Jordan: Maybe I should give you a little sample of what I can do.

Ben: You know what? I don't -- I don't think is going to work out. We get a pretty tough crowd in here.

Jordan: Oh. Well, I can handle anything that comes up. Trust me.

Ben: Yeah, well --

Jordan: You know, let me show you. Right, 10 drinks on a tray, not a drop spilled. I know you think I can't do it. Watch, really. Oh! Nice catch.

Ben: Yeah, nice –


Niki: Oh, the hell with the camera. I'll just walk in on them.

Asa: Viki!

Niki: [As Viki] What?

Asa: Come on. Can't you set a date? Renee's going to raise hell if I come back with nothing.

Niki: Will you please go; look, Ben doesn't want to have any stupid dinner with you!


Ben: Hey, lady, easy, easy.

Jordan: Oh, Ben, I -- I thought you --

Ben: Well, whatever you thought, you thought wrong, ok? I mean, I'm flattered, but see the ring? I'm a married man.

Jordan: Now, you know, most men wouldn't let a little old ring stop them.

Ben: Ok, well, most men are not married to my wife.


Niki: I don't me to be harsh, especially with you, but I'm so afraid that -- Ben doesn't want a reconciliation with you. And if you push this, you're just going to get hurt.

Asa: I did this just for Renee.

Niki: Oh, well, then there's no harm done, right?

Asa: I should've known. Talking about mending fences -- it's just a lot of bull.


Ben: I hope you understand, but I think I'm going to find a waitress with a different brand of expertise for this bar.

Jordan: Gotcha. Can't blame a girl for trying, right?

Niki: Well, what's going on here?

Ben: Hello, there, beautiful. Am I glad to see you.

Nora: I didn't mean to pry.

Troy: Uh, no, it's just -- it's just not what you think it is, that's all.

Nora: And what is it that you think I think it is? What is it, the history of you done in newspaper clippings? Is that it?

Troy: No.

Nora: A scrapbook. Oh, I know -- it's dedicated to Halle Berry.

Troy: No.

Nora: Nicole Kidman?

Troy: Definitely not.

Nora: Oh, how about --

Troy: Look, are you going to let me tell you what this is?

Nora: Well, are you going to tell me? Because I'm just intrigued now.

Troy: Oh, I'll bet you are.

Nora: I am.

Troy: Oh, boy. All right, let me see -- how do I describe this? It's -- it's a collection.

Nora: A collection of?

Troy: Of -- well, you could call it art in miniature.

Nora: You mean like little book illustrations or something?

Troy: No, not exactly. All right, it's a stamp collection.

Nora: It's a what?

Troy: Stamp collection. You lick them, you put them on letters, you know --

Nora: Are you talking like Benjamin Franklin and the U.S. Postal Service? That kind of stamp?

Troy: U.S. And other countries, yes.

Nora: Is that -- you collect stamps? You do?

Troy: Yes, I do.

Nora: It's just -- it's just --

Troy: Nerdy. No, I know.

Nora: No, no, no, I wasn't say-- no, it's just --

Troy: Oh, this is very funny to you, isn't this? No, no, no, please --

Nora: No, no, no, it's --

Troy: No, you enjoy. I don't want to ruin your enjoyment.

Nora: It's not that. It's just that it's not I picture you, that's all.

Troy: Oh, yeah. Well, me, neither. So how did you picture me?

Nora: You know, I just -- I pictured you, you know, more like jumping out of an airplane, you know?

Troy: While looking for stamps.

Nora: Or playing football.

Troy: While thinking about stamps.

Nora: Climbing a mountain.

Troy: In remote countries, looking for exotic stamps.

Nora: Wow. We've kind of smashed each other's fantasies of each other, haven't we?

Troy: Yeah, I guess we have. But I will have you know I have jumped out of airplanes.

Nora: Looking for stamps.

Troy: Uh, no, I wasn't actually looking for stamps at the time.

Nora: Can I look at your stamps?

Troy: Oh, really?

Nora: Come on.

Troy: Oh, no, really?

Nora: Please?

Troy: Oh --

Nora: I really like stamps now.

Troy: Oh, fine. Why not? Can't do any harm now.

Nora: Oh! A lot of them.


Natalie: So what have you heard?

Jessica: Only what Roxanne said.

Natalie: Roxy?

Jessica: Yeah. Seth and I saw her at the jail.

Natalie: Oh. So what'd she have to say?

Jessica: She said that she didn't run us off the road, that Allison set her up.

Natalie: Well, could be. You know, Allison is a wacko and she's dangerous, too.

Jessica: It doesn't make any sense because all the evidence points right to Roxanne. You think that she could be telling the truth?

Natalie: Not if it suits her to lie. She only does what's best for Roxy, and you can count on that.

Jessica: But trying to kill me and Seth? I --

Natalie: Hey, if she was drunk enough, she was desperate enough, angry enough, she's capable of anything.

Jessica: She was awful to you when you were growing up, wasn't she?

Natalie: You could say that.

Jessica: Trying to kill her own daughter? You truly think she's capable of that?

Natalie: Trust me. You don't know what good old Roxy's capable of. You don't know half the stuff she's done, and you don't want to know it.


Allison: That's her! That's the broad who stole my ticket, and I want you to nail that woman and to -- and -- and tell her to enjoy her flight with my compliments. It was my mistake. Sorry, mix-up. Great. Now I'm stuck here while Viki's brother entertains my ticket thief.

Allison: "Atlantic City woman held in attempted murder"? Well, an airport chair for a night sure beats jail time hands down. By tomorrow, I'll be nowhere where anybody can find me.


Alex: Stay away from me! I have got urgent business back in the states.

Jeb: I'll go with you.

Alex: No.

Jeb: Hey, you.

Nigel: Me?

Jeb: Yeah, you. I know you. You and that other guy landed me this romantic treasure trove.

Alex: I have tried so hard to let you down gently, Jeb. But now, please get out of my life.

Todd: Hey, Gilligan, can I talk to you for a second? Come here.

Jeb: What?

Alex: What do you think he's saying?

Nigel: I suspect Mr. Manning is making captain Stuart an offer he can't refuse.

Todd: Ok, come on. Let's get on the plane.

Alex: Wait. Not yet.


Troy: Oh, that one?

Nora: Mm-hmm.

Troy: Well, that one's actually very rare.

Nora: Why? What makes it so rare?

Troy: Well, because it's misprinted. You see, when the -- when the picture is right side up, the printing is upside down. See?

Nora: Yes. So you've -- you've been to all these places?

Troy: Yeah, pretty -- pretty much all of them. But there's still a lot of places I'd like to go.

[Pager beeps]

Troy: Oh, you are so lucky.

Nora: Saved by the beep.

Troy: So lucky.

[Pager shuts off]

Troy: It's the hospital.

Nora: I have to go anyway.

Troy: Ok.

Nora: Thank you, though.

Troy: Let's get your jacket.

Troy: Oops. Sorry. So, what's my chances of seeing you again?

Nora: Oh, I'd say pretty good, especially if you take me out on a stamp hunting expedition.

Troy: Oh, you are so funny. You know, I have other hobbies. I mean, we could -- I could take you mountain climbing or we could play football or we could even jump out of airplanes.

Nora: Let's stick to stamps. Good night, Troy.

Troy: Good night, Nora.


Gabrielle: What are we having? I'll have the same. Thanks. So how are we?

Al: We're great. I'm supposed to be on my honeymoon with my wife right now. But I'm here at this bar with my mom and my dad. What could be better? Oh, yeah -- I don't have anyplace to live.

Chad: Hey, you know, there's a place empty upstairs.

Max: Did I ask you to join this conversation?

Chad: Just trying to be helpful.

Gabrielle: Sweetheart, you know that I would do anything for you. You know that your father would do anything for you. Is there anything we can do for you?

Al: Yeah. You can leave me alone.

Gabrielle: He's not going to live in this building, is he?

Max: With Jen and Cristian? No way.

Gabrielle: Because you know she's going to move back in with him. You know she will. He's not going to put himself in their path every single day. He wouldn't do that, would he? Heavens, no.


Jessica: Hey.

Seth: Hey.

Jessica: Talked to Natalie. She wasn't much help.

Seth: She thinks Roxanne could've run us off the road?

Jessica: Yeah, pretty much.

Seth: So we still don't know if it's her or Allison.

Jessica: No, but I've come up with a perfect way to find out.

Natalie's voice: Trust me, you have no idea what good old Roxy is capable of. You don't begin to know half of what she's actually done, and you don't want to know.

Natalie: Yes, I'd like to know when visiting hours are. Yes, because I'd like to -- I'd like to come down and see someone that you're holding there. Roxanne Balsom.


Ben: What's a nice girl like you doing in a place like this?

Niki: [As Viki] Uh, well, I felt, you know, bad about running out earlier, so I thought I'd come and surprise you.

Ben: Well, you did.

Niki: So, that -- that girl -- are you hiring her?

Ben: I'm sure a few of my regulars wouldn't mind that.

Niki: Yeah, she was very, very attractive.

Ben: Yeah, but she can't hold a candle to you. But I don't think it's going to work out. I think she came on a little too strong for my taste.

Niki: Yeah, well, that's too bad.

Ben: You're looking around this place like it's your first time here.

Niki: Oh, hardly. I just know how much it means to you.

Ben: To us. Hey, listen, I have a few more waitress candidates coming by. Why don't you stay here and help me pick one.

Niki: Oh. I don't think I'd better. No. I'll go on home and I'll meet you there.

Ben: Oh. All right, well, I'll try not to be too long.

Niki: Ok.

Ben: I'm really glad you came by like this. Reminds me of old times. Who knows? Maybe, you know, you're starting to feel like your old self again.

Niki: Oh, yeah, I think I am. Bye.

Ben: Bye.

Niki: Bye.


Jordan: Well, Mrs. Davidson, looks like you have absolutely nothing to worry about. Your husband is 100% true blue.

Niki: Hmm.

Jordan: That's really supposed to be good news. He's mad about you, you know.

Niki: Yeah.

Jordan: Really. Well, nice doing business with you.

Niki: [Normal voice] This ain't over yet, Ben, not by a long shot. Ok, maybe you won the battle, but the war is still going on! Next time I'll just, you know, catch them in the sack.


Dr. Shiller: Mrs. Manning?

Blair: Oh, dear you! Are you coming? Yes, sir, my -- oh, my big boy. Yes, you are. Mommy missed you so much. I sure did.

Dr. Shiller: He's all set.

Blair: He is? Oh, Jack, I know you want to go home. You want to go home. You gave me such a big scare, you know that? You sure did. Thank you, Dr. Shiller. Thank you so much. Jack, you ready to go home? You ready to go home to see your big sister and your daddy, hmm? I think it's time we go home. But you know what? Daddy's not here. He went off to Philadelphia to see a nutritionist for you. Yes, he did! Yes, he did! He's not back yet, sweetie. Mommy's beginning to worry. Yeah. Yes, she is.


Alex: I'm not getting on that airplane without details. How much money? How big a wardrobe?

Todd: Ok, did you see the guy with the funny-looking tie thing? Did you see the look on his face when he ran -- well, when he walked as quickly as he could away from here?

Alex: You don't scare me. I used to be a --

Nigel and Alex: Federal Agent.

Nigel: Yeah.

Todd: Right. See, the thing is, your husband, right -- he can run but he can't hide.

Alex: So?

Todd: So I'll find him wherever he is, and when I find him I'll tell him where he can find you.

Alex: I want a window seat.

Nigel: If I may ask, Mr. Manning, what lodgings in Llanview do you have in mind for Ms. Olanov?

Todd: Oh, I've got the perfect place picked out for her. Just hang on, Jack. I'm bringing home someone who can help you.

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


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

Dr. Shiller: I think your husband needs to be here for this discussion.

Todd: This creature's going to be your houseguest.

Gabrielle: What?

Shawna: I'm holding all the cards here.

Natalie: Did you try and kill Seth and Jessica?

Jessica: We have to lure her back before she disappears completely.

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