OLTL Transcript Thursday 5/23/02



One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 5/23/02

By Linda
Proofread by Kathy

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

Natalie: I don't know where you are or even what you look like now.

Rex: What's Natalie like now?

Jessica: Natalie is one of a kind.

Matthew: Why were you kissing Mommy?

Lindsay: They were going to put a really heinous woman in here.

Allison: Tillie, huh?

Todd: I'm not letting you take my kids away from me.

Blair: Watch me.


Flight attendant: I'll -- I'll get your drinks right now, folks. I'm sorry everything is taking so long. We kind of have our hands full with --

[Roxy laughs]

Flight attendant: Laughing girl.

Natalie: Know how you feel. More than you know.

Young Natalie's voice: Take me, too! Take us both! I want to stay with Rex! Please! Oh, please, don't leave me here!

[Roxy coughs]

Roxy: Oh, I hate airplanes. They don't let you smoke, and that gives me a cough. So, how long is it going to take you to congratulate your mama on her nuptials?


Rex: Ok, that's not the bathroom. Let's try --

Jessica: Oh!


Keri: Antonio, this bordering on sensory deprivation.

Antonio: Not much longer.

Keri: You know, I told you I have a ton of papers to grade at home.

Antonio: You mentioned that, yeah.

Keri: Do I hear water?

Antonio: I don't know, do you?

Keri: Is that jasmine?

Antonio: Is what jasmine?

Keri: Ok, I definitely hear water. Are we at a waterfall?

Antonio: Well, could be.

[Keri gasps]

Keri: Oh, my gosh. Antonio.

Antonio: I told you I had a surprise for you.

Keri: Yes. Yes, you certainly did.

Antonio: So -- question. Do you want to spend quality time here with me, or do you want to go home and grade papers?


Lindsay: Allison?

Allison: What?

Lindsay: The blond woman standing behind us -- that's Tillie. She's the one who nearly strangled me to death.

Allison: So?

Lindsay: So can I work with you for a while?

Allison: Nope. I fly strictly solo.

Lindsay: Allison? Allie?

Tillie: Hey, want some laundry? Go on, get in there!

[Lindsay screams]

Tillie: Get her! Get her! Want some laundry?


Matthew: Do you love Mommy?

Troy: Boy, you are just full of questions today, aren't you? Oh, wow, um -- and I promised you I'd be honest with you, didn't I? Right. And we both know it's important to keep our promises, right?

Matthew: Right.

Troy: Right. So, then, yes. Yes, I do love your mommy.

Matthew: Mommy, Dr. Troy said he loves you!

Nora: Yes, I heard.

Matthew: Do you love him, too?


Blair: What do you want?

Sam: Well, I just thought I'd drop by. Spring cleaning?

Blair: It's over, Sam. See all this stuff?

Sam: Pretty hard to miss.

Blair: It's Todd's stuff.

Sam: Looks that way, yeah.

Blair: Our marriage is over, Sam. It's over. And I want Todd out of my life for good!


Jessica: You scared me to death.

Rex: What, you never saw a guy in a towel before?

Jessica: I grew up with two brothers, remember?

Rex: Right.

Jessica: They just, you know, didn't usually waltz into my bedroom without knocking first.

Rex: I don't waltz. I was hoping this was the bathroom.

Jessica: Well, this is my bedroom.

Rex: Yeah, I got that. Where's the bathroom? There's so many doors around here, it's hard to know where I'm at.

Jessica: You have your own bathroom in your bedroom.

Rex: Wait, you mean, those doors weren't closets?

Jessica: No, no. Just most of them.

Rex: Get out.

Jessica: I'm serious.

Rex: Nobody has to share?

Jessica: No.

Rex: Oh, well, then, ok. Cool.


Keri: This whole place is just for us.

Antonio: Mm-hmm. Quise estar aqui con la mujer mas bella en el mundo.

Keri: Bella -- I know that word. You use that word a lot.

Antonio: Hmm. That's because you are bella. You define bella. In every sense of the word.

Keri: Thank you so much for my surprise. Even though I did complain the entire way over here.

Antonio: Well, I have another surprise for you later on.

Keri: What is it?

Antonio: Well, if I told you, you wouldn't be surprised.

Keri: Champagne and candles -- it's like our own private world.

Antonio: Kind of like being on our own special island.

Keri: Sort of.

Antonio: Nice thought, huh? An island paradise just for us.

Keri: And I always fantasized, if I ever buy a house --

Antonio: Mm-hmm.

Keri: Definitely a hot tub.

Antonio: Oh, that should be no problem. Just pop it on your credit card. You've got a high credit limit, right?

Keri: Ok, no jokes.

Antonio: Oh, come on. It was funny.

Keri: Antonio, we both know how that credit card bill got in your mother's hands.

Antonio: I -- I have a hunch how it happened. But I'm not going to go off on anybody about it.

Keri: I already did. I went straight to R.J.


Blair: It's over, Sam. Just like all the trust, all the hope, all the love. It's garbage. It's time to throw out the garbage.

Sam: Blair, I know you're hurting. And what Todd did was despicable.

Blair: Sam, what are you doing?

Sam: What? Oh, I don't think you should toss this out.

Blair: Well, I do, because it's part of the garbage.

Sam: No, no, no. Look, if for any reason you have to produce this in a custody hearing or a deposition --

Blair: Wait, why would I have to do that?

Sam: I'm not saying it's going to happen. I'm just covering all the bases.

Blair: Well, I am not going to wear the ring. You got it?

Sam: You don't have to. I just don't want to see Todd's lawyer score points with the judge by telling him that you've thrown away your wedding ring.

Blair: Well, it's over.

Sam: I know. It's obvious. But we can't move ahead with a divorce until we work out a visitation schedule for Todd and a property settlement.

Blair: Wait a minute. That sorry excuse for a man gets to walk out of here with rights?

Sam: Only as far as Starr's concerned.

Blair: Well, he's never going to get see Jack, that's for sure.

Sam: But you do want Starr to have a relationship with Todd.

Blair: Just stop saying it.

Sam: Saying what?

Blair: His name! "Todd, Todd." I don't want hear it, I don't want to think it, and I don't want to remember it, Sam, ever! You got it?


Antonio: So did R.J. own up to it?

Keri: Not really, but I didn't expect him to because if he admitted to trying to make me look bad in your mother's eyes --

Antonio: It would open him up to a ton of questions about other things.

Keri: Exactly. But, look, needless to say, his birthday party's been canceled.

Antonio: Darn, I was looking forward to it. What was that for?

Keri: That was for letting me handle things on my own. And for being so terrific when you thought I was in debt.

Antonio: Believing in you is not a problem. Just like you believed in me when I was working on that paper.

Keri: You definitely weren't the easiest student I ever advised.

Antonio: Oh, because I was stubborn, overconfident, and full of myself?

Keri: I'm growing to like those qualities in you. And now I see you're also gentle, compassionate -- my award-winning student who made Detective with the L.P.D.

Antonio: That's because you believed in me.

Keri: I still do. And you believe in me, too.

Antonio: And that's how it should be.

Keri: The more I learn about you, the more I love you.

Antonio: Y yo te amo tambien.


Roxy: Is this baby an eye-catcher or what?

Natalie: It looks like you won it out of some carnival.

Roxy: Oh, you bet I won, and big time. I married three men in one -- Mr. Right, Mr. Rich, and Mr. Handsome.

Natalie: And how did you do that, Roxy, huh? What did you do, put him under hypnosis slip something in his drink?

Roxy: Oh, you are so cynical, kid. Your mama's moving up in the world, so you better just get us to it.

Natalie: You're not my mother.

Roxy: I'm not? Ooh, thank heavens.

Natalie: Yeah, you can say that again.

Roxy: You know, sometimes I think you hatched all by yourself in a cave, and then you crawled into my house and you decided to live there.

Natalie: Could be. Could be, actually, because you were always too drunk to notice, so --

Roxy: You're mean and nasty, did I ever tell you that? You know, I gave you food and stuff. I put clothing on your back. I was a damn good mother.

Natalie: Oh, you were not. You weren't a mother to me or to Jessica. And you sure as hell weren't a mother to Rex.

Roxy: They serve champagne here in the poor section?

Natalie: Do you ever even think about him? Your son, your own flesh and blood?

Roxy: Yo, stewardess?

Natalie: You know what? Do you even have any -- any sort of guilt over Rex? Anything?


Jessica: Yeah, come on in. Hey.

Rex: Hey.

Jessica: How's it going? I see you found your bathroom ok.

Rex: Yeah. Sorry I barged in on you before.

Jessica: No problem.

Rex: I've never been in a house this big. I mean, all these rooms.

Jessica: My grandfather built it, basically, to impress people, back in the 1930s.

Rex: Aunt Corinne always said she was going to fix up part of the basement so I'd have my own bedroom, but she never did.

Jessica: So where did you sleep?

Rex: On a pullout in the living room. Well, it must've been wild growing up here.

Jessica: Yeah. I mean, I guess. I don't really have anything to compare it to, you know?

Rex: When I was little, Natalie and I grew up in this dump. I don't remember that much about it, but I know it was real skanky because one of my memories is how bad it smelled.

Jessica: What was Natalie like when she was a kid? Do you remember?

Rex: Not all that much. She was nice to me, though. That I remember. You said she's not real easy to get to know? What did you mean by that? What's she like now?

Jessica: Well


Nora: Mm-mmm. So, what were you asking me?

Matthew: Do you love him, too?

Nora: You know what? I love you, Mr. Question. And now I'm going to tickle you till you beg for mercy. That's what I'm going to do.

Matthew: Mercy, mercy, mercy!

Nora: Ok. I like the way you beg. Have you ever seen a cuter boy in your whole life?

Troy: Not cuter than that little boy.

Nora: I didn't think so.

Matthew: Mommy?

Nora: Yes, Sweetie, what is it?

Matthew: Do you love Dr. Troy?

Troy: Oh, please. Don't even look at me. I though you were doing a good job distracting him.

Nora: Mind like a steel trap. Focus, focus, focus. Dr. Troy and I are good friends.

Matthew: Do good friends kiss like you do?

Nora: That's a question that deserves an answer. And that -- well, I know you saw Dr. Troy and I kissing. Ahem. And we should talk about that.

Matthew: Dr. Troy says when grownups like each other, they kiss.

Nora: Did he?

Matthew: Uh-huh.

Nora: Oh.

Matthew: I've got to get my stuff.

Nora: That's right. You're going on an overnight, and Marianne's going to be here any minute to take you away. You better go get your stuff. Right now. Hey, no running on the stairs, young man!

Matthew: Bye, Dr. Troy.

Troy: See you, buddy.

Nora: Gee, could a mother send more mixed signals than that?

Troy: Yeah, look, Nora, I'm sorry. That was probably my fault. I sure didn't want to tell him how I felt about his mommy, but he kind of had me cornered.

Nora: Yeah, yeah. He's pretty good at that. As a matter of fact, he gets better at that every day. Hazard of having a child by two lawyers.

Troy: Yeah, well, even so, I guess I should've figured out a way to avoid answering his question.

Nora: No, Troy. I'm glad you answered it. Very glad.


Tillie: Hey! How do you like that?

[Everyone yelling]

Allison: Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey! Move it, you!

Tillie: What?

Allison: You heard me. I said move it! I got something of mine in this cart here.

Tillie: What do you mean? Who are you?

Allison: Allison Perkins.

Tillie: Oh, yeah. Yes, I know who you are.

Allison: Good. Because the last thing you want is to have to have me refresh your memory. You ok?

Lindsay: I don't know.

Guard: Hey! What's going on here?

Allison: Oh, somebody thought Lindsay needed to clean up her act, so they dumped her into this laundry cart.

Lindsay: She's going to kill me, I'm telling you.

Allison: Who -- Tillie? No, she's not. Is she?

Guard: Nope. Because she's heading back to solitary.

Tillie: Hey, no way! Nobody saw me do anything! I was --

Guard: You need anything, Allie, you call me.

Allison: Gotcha.

Tillie: Oh, man!

Allison: Thanks.

Lindsay: What was that? Why is Tillie afraid of you, Allison?


Sam: I'll hold on to this.

Blair: Sam, I don't care what you do with it. Give it away, sell it, find a furnace and burn it for all I care.

Sam: Ok. Blair, I know your feelings are still a little raw.

Blair: Yeah, whatever.

Sam: But we still need to work out an internal agreement for to-- Starr's father to see her until we work out the rest of it.

Blair: What do you mean, "the rest of it"?

Sam: Mm-hmm.

Blair: You said that I was going to win. I mean, why can't all this just be over, Sam?

Sam: Well, that's not how the system works. Keeping Jack's father away from him is going to require at least a hearing.

Blair: I'm going to have to testify?

Sam: Definitely.

Blair: Oh, great, great.

Sam: The judge is going to want to hear about those times when the father showed himself to be unfit.

Blair: Oh, how about this time -- how about the time when he took my child from me, gave it to a total stranger, then came back and told me that it was dead. You think that'll be all right?

Sam: Oh, I sure do.

Blair: Good. Because I don't feel like talking about this anymore today.

Sam: All right.

Blair: All I want to do is just get rid of all this garbage!

Sam: I can help you with that.

Blair: No, no, no, no, no, no. Please, I want the pleasure of pulling those drawstrings up really tight, like a noose, and then dragging it down to the stairs and hearing it thump and then pretending that it's Todd's head every single step!

Sam: I get the picture.

Blair: And then I want to drag it out to the street, along with every other memory I've had with that man.

Sam: You probably don't want to hear this right now. But when you have children with someone, it's pretty hard to get them out of your life forever.

Blair: I'll find a way.

Sam: That connection's always going to be there.

Blair: Not for me.

Sam: Blair, I know you think this pain will never go away, but just give it some time, and you'll feel better.

Blair: I don't think so. But you know what? I really appreciate you coming by. Thanks.

Sam: Ok. If you have any questions or if you need anything --

Blair: Yeah, yeah, I'll call you. I'll call you.

Todd's voice: Forget you ever knew me? -Fat chance, Blair.

[Todd laughs]


Roxy: Why are you throwing that stuff about Rex in my face, huh?

Natalie: Because I can't just forget about Rex as easily as you.

Roxy: Well, I didn't ever forget about little Rex.

Natalie: Sure you didn't.

Roxy: You know, Corinne wanted to take him. You know, he didn't have it so bad at my place.

Natalie: No, he didn't, did he? Because I took care of him.

I babysat him. I made sure he had clothes and food, and I was a practically a baby myself, Roxy.

Roxy: You were old enough, and somebody had to teach you some responsibility.

Natalie: Sure you did. How could you not care about this wonderful, sweet child, who all he did was love you.

Roxy: Honey, how could I take care of a kid with you around? You were like this black cloud. Nothing was ever good enough. You were such a downer.

Natalie: I'm -- you're right. I forgot. It's all my fault.

Roxy: See, like, right now, you know, you're just very depressing. You know, I mean, here I am, you know, I'm getting married and stuff like that, and you should be happy. But, no, you know, you're a spoiler. You spoil everything. That's what you are. You are a spoiler.

Natalie: You think I'm an idiot? You go out and you marry Max Holden for some bogus reason, and you think that it's actually --

Roxy: Hey, hey, Max married me because he wanted to marry me. And we're going to have a great time. And I am on a way up climb, baby cakes. I'm going to work this like nobody's business. And I'm going to learn how to walk with a book balancing on my head. I'm going to get myself some good dicteration and the whole shebang. And you're going to be standing there like a loser or a spoiler. You are so depressing.

Cristian: All right, Mrs. Balsom. That's enough. Why don't you go back to first-class? I want to talk to Natalie.

Roxy: Excuse me, what did you say?

Cristian: You heard me.

Roxy: For your information, Sonny, I'm not just Ms. Anybody. I'm Mrs. Max Holden.

Cristian: Yeah. Right. I want to be alone with Natalie. Now.

Roxy: Ok. Well, good, because they got champagne up in first-class. And I need a cigarette really bad.

[Roxy laughs]

Roxy: Oh, I get it.

Natalie: What now?

Roxy: You two are friendlier friends than anybody realizes, right?

Natalie: What? What?

Roxy: And you got that gorgeous blonde hanging over you -- Jen? Does she know that you're sneaking around on her, looking for a little something extra?


Keri: After all this relaxation, how am I ever going to find energy to grade my papers?

Antonio: Oh, we'll stop and get some ice cream. Sugar always helps.

Keri: Then it'll be even later.

Antonio: Well, then we'll stop and get some takeout coffee. It'll help you stay awake.

Keri: I think I better just get a move on.

Antonio: Mm-hmm.

Keri: Thank you for this. It was wonderful.

Antonio: Why don't you stay a few more minutes, and -- I want to talk you to about something.

Keri: Sure. Just let me get dried off.

Antonio: Ok.

Keri: Is this the other surprise?

Antonio: Oh, maybe.

Keri: Oh, I just got some poor person's magazine all wet.

Antonio: It's a travel magazine. It's a nice photograph.

Keri: Yeah. It's Mykonos. I recognize that beach.

Antonio: Huh. You know your islands.

Keri: I know that one, and I hate it. My girlfriend and I went on a bargain basement tour there once.

Antonio: To Mykonos?

Keri: Yeah. Talk about your terrible memories. We stayed in this fleabag hotel. We had to buy our food every day from food vendors on the street. It was hot every single day and windy and dust in our food and our hair.

Antonio: It -- it looks so nice.

Keri: Oh, yeah, it's beautiful. It's just - it's forever ruined for me. If I never see that place again, it'll be too soon. Oh, no. That was your surprise? You put that magazine there? You want us to go to Mykonos?


Nora: So he cornered you, did he?

Troy: Yeah, well, you know, I just -- I didn't want to lie to him, you know?

Nora: I don't want you to lie to him. He asked you what was in your heart, and you told him.

Troy: Yeah, I did.

Nora: Yeah. Nearly knocked me over.

Troy: Well, I meant every word I said, Nora.

Nora: I believe you did. Look, Troy, I didn't answer him because I just didn't --

Troy: No --

Nora: I just didn't want him to have to deal with something that I don't think he quite understands yet.

Troy: Please, Nora, are you kidding me? I'm not sure I understand what I'm feeling right now, so --

Nora: Ok. So we'll just take it as it comes along.

Troy: I think that's a good plan.

Nora: That's a good plan. Well, speaking of what's coming along, Marianne is coming pretty soon to take Matthew and I have to go and see a client.

Troy: Oh, you have a client tonight?

Nora: Yeah, just for a short visit.

Troy: Ok. Well, then, you know what? I'm going to take the hint and find my way out of here. And you know something else? I'm not going to embarrass you with any long kisses good-bye tonight.

Nora: Oh, well, you're not getting out of here without at least a short kiss good night.

Troy: Oh, I see how you are.

Nora: Yeah.

Nora: Ok, that'll work. Yeah, that's pretty good.

Troy: Yeah.

Nora: Yeah. That's just fabulous.

Troy: Whoo. All right. Ahem. Yeah. Thank you. It was a great day.

Nora: Yes, it was.

Troy: I never thought I could be this happy again.

Nora: "Again"?

Troy: I'll see you soon. Bye.

Nora: Bye.


Blair: No, you're not really here, Todd. You are just in my head. But not for long! Because I'm going to kick you out of my head, this house. I'm going to kick you out of my life! You hear me? Right now.

Todd's voice: Yeah, you can kick me out of the house. Maybe even kick me out of your life. But you'll never get me out of your head. We both know that. I'll always be there. Get used to it.

[Todd laughs]

Todd's voice: See? I get the last laugh. You're stuck with me forever.

Suzanne: Mrs. Manning? Are you all right?

Blair: Suzanne -- yes. Yes, I'm fine, I'm fine, I'm fine.

Suzanne: Jack's asleep, and Starr went to bed early. Will you be needing anything else tonight?

Blair: No, thank you. I'm -- I'm fine. I'll be just fine.

Suzanne: Ok, I'll be in my room, then. See you tomorrow.

Blair: Thank you.

Todd's voice: You'll never be fine. You'll never be fine without me, Blair, and you know it.


Rex: Is Natalie that bad?

Jessica: I'll let you meet her for yourself.

Rex: If you can't say something nice, you won't say anything, huh?

Jessica: Well, I mean, it's complicated. What happened between Natalie and me is -- it's very weird. I mean, maybe in a couple of years I'll start to understand it, you know? So, tell me about you. What was Detroit like? I mean, what's your Aunt Corinne like?

Rex: You met her.

Jessica: Well, yeah, but only for a couple of minutes.

Rex: She's ok.

Jessica: Oh. So, have you guys talked about how long you're going to stay in Llanview?

Rex: You mean, how long can I sponge off you?

Jessica: No. No, you can stay as long as you like. I'm just saying, your aunt is your legal guardian, right? I mean, she has a say in what you do.

Rex: I guess.

Jessica: Oh. Ok. So, you haven't asked about our mom, Roxanne.

Rex: Aunt Corinne said I shouldn't ask because I probably wouldn't like the answers.

Jessica: Probably not.

Rex: It's hard to believe you're my sister. I mean, when I was real little, I knew I had a sister, but --

Jessica: Hmm, but it turns out she wasn't.

Rex: Now to think she's got all this money. It's weird, but -- oh, whatever. I just want her to be happy.

Jessica: That's the main thing.

Rex: Is she as pretty as you?

Jessica: I don't know about me, but Natalie is -- yeah, she's definitely very attractive.


Roxy: So the pretty one fell asleep on you, and you came here looking for old natty?

Natalie: Roxy --

Cristian: You know, lady --

Natalie: So help me, I --

Cristian: Not everybody's down at your level.

Roxy: Yeah, right.

Cristian: I came back here because everyone on this plane can hear you giving Natalie grief.

Roxy: You came back here because you are a typical man, just sniffing after some honey pot.

Natalie: Roxy, how about this? How about you go right back up to first-class and sit with your new hubby, Max Holden, and enjoy it while you still can?

Roxy: Ooh, baby, looks like I touched a nerve or something like that. Well, don't forget, I know exactly who you are. You are a liar and a sneak, and you're not above stealing some other girl's fellow.

Cristian: All right, that's it.

Roxy: So how long have you --

Cristian: Do you want me to take you back to your seat?

Roxy: Two been going at it? Hey, hey, it's ok. I don't want to stay with you peonies here, anyway. I'm going to first-class with my new husband and get myself some fresh-baked cookies.

Cristian: Oh, man. Look, Natalie, don't let her get to you.

Natalie: Who, me? Water off my back. Can you believe that she married Al's father?

Cristian: No. No, not really. But you know what? That's Max's problem.

Natalie: Yeah. Yeah, well, I guess this means she's going to be hanging out in Llanview a whole lot more. Great.

Cristian: You're right. I hadn't thought about that.

Natalie: Oh, well. No big deal, right? Just something I got to deal with. Thank you. Thank you for standing up for me. All right, look, go back to your girl. I'm sure she's waiting.

Cristian: No, she's busy reading a book.

Natalie: You mean, she's not sleeping?

Cristian: No. No, that's just what Roxy said. And I wasn't about to let her guilt-trip me into leaving you while you were hurting.

Natalie: So she has to know that you're with me, then.

Cristian: So? Look, Natalie, Jen -- she's cool with us. You know, after realizing how you grew up, you are a pretty amazing girl.

Natalie: Yeah. One step above the kid that was raised by wolves, anyway.

Cristian: Come on, I'm serious.

Natalie: I know you are. You're a really, really nice guy, Cristian. I'm glad you're my friend. But I want you to stop worrying about me now, ok? I'm fine.

Flight attendant: Sir, if you'll return to your seat, we'll be landing shortly.

Cristian: Yeah, right.

Natalie: I'm cool. Go.

Cristian: Positive?

Natalie: Yes, positive.

Cristian: All right. I'll see you back in Llanview.

Natalie: All right.

Cristian: Excuse me.


[Blair grunts]

Blair: Garbage, gone! Good riddance.

Todd's voice: Sure, throw it all out, Blair. But it's not going to help, you know? You can't get me out of your head. So why keep lying to yourself?

Blair: Oh, I'm going to call Kelly. I will call Kelly. She will help me understand. She will help me get a perspective -- Todd asked me to marry him. And I said yes.

Kelly: You're right. You are crazy.

Blair: No, I can't call Kelly.

Todd's voice: Can't call Cassie or Dorian, either. They'll all just say, "Told you so." And then they'll yammer away about what a dumb loser you always were, make you feel two inches tall. Might as well just admit it -- you still love me, and you can't make it without me.

Blair: Oh, yeah? We'll just see about that, Todd.


Keri: No, no, no. I would love to go to Mykonos, Antonio.

Antonio: It's -- honey, just forget about it.

Keri: No, really, really. I mean, I didn't give it a chance when I was with my girlfriend, you know. And we didn't have any money, so everything seemed really terrible. But with you, it would be incredible with you.

Antonio: Keri, Keri, it's ok.

Keri: No, I'm serious. It would be terrific, you know. It would be romantic, and I really do want a break.

Antonio: Well, then you'll get one. But we'll -- I mean, the world's a big place. We'll just find someplace else.

Keri: We will?

Antonio: Count on it.

Keri: Where are we going to go?

Antonio: Uh -- I don't know. I'm going to have to think about that. But wherever we go, I'll make sure it's paradise.

Keri: Paradise.

Antonio: Mm-hmm.

Keri: Wow, that is a very tall order.

Antonio: Well, it'll be a piece of cake -- so long as I'm with you.


Rex: Come on over here.

Jessica: What?

Rex: How alike are we?

Jessica: Yeah. Yeah, we are, huh?

Rex: You ok?

Jessica: I'm fine. I'm just not used to my new brother.

Rex: Yeah, it goes for me, too. So, what are you working on?

Jessica: I'm just copying some notes to help me study for my final. But actually right now I'm going on a date, so --

Rex: Yeah? So I'm getting kicked out of my big sister's room?

Jessica: Yeah. Yeah, you are. You're getting kicked out of your big sister's room.

Rex: Ok. Cool. I'll see you around, Sis. Natty!


Blair: Where are you, Todd? Come on out. I don't hear you! I dare you. Come on out. Come on, watch me. Watch me walk out on you and have one hell of a good time. Watch me.

Troy's voice: I never thought I could be this happy again.

Guard: All right, ladies. You know the drill. Back to your cells. Move it. Come on, move it!

Lindsay: I think I know why you get so much respect around here.

Allison: Yeah? Got it all figured out, have you?

Lindsay: You've been here before, haven't you? You know your way around here real well, don't you?

Allison: Yeah, I know my way around, all right. I'm just full of surprises, aren't I?

Nora: Thank you very much.


>> Stay tuned for scenes from the next "one life to live."

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

Natalie: What are you doing here?

Rex: I came to find you.

Troy: You definitely seem different tonight.

Lindsay: You came here to gloat.

R.J.: I had nothing to do with that bill.

Carlotta: Liar.

Chad: Wow.

Blair: Let the party begin.

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