OLTL Transcript Wednesday 6/5/02



One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 6/5/02

By Linda
Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "one life to live" --

Roxy: What are you doing here?

Al: Moving in.

Jen: Just deal with your own problems. Do whatever. Run to your mommy. Just leave Cristian alone.

Allison: If someone wants to get out bad enough, then there are ways.

Nora: I don't know anything about you, Troy.

Troy: Does that scare you?

Niki: Wait till Benji gets a load of this one.


Roxy: What, are you an idiot? No, no, don't go down the basement! Oh, man, don't you ever watch these films? Hmm. What the hell -- what? Oh. Yo, Legs.

Al: Your stuff was in my room.

Roxy: Excuse me, but that's my room.

Al: Oh, not anymore. My father told me if I moved in here, I could have any room in the house, and I want that one.

Roxy: Well, fine, I'll take the room across the hall.

Al: No, it's mine.

Roxy: You know, with that attitude, I don't think this house is big enough for the both of us.

Al: Then leave.


Woman: Troy?

Troy: Hey!

Woman: Oh, Troy!

Troy: God, oh.

Woman: Oh, it's so good to finally see you. I missed you!

Troy: Oh, I missed you, too! Wow! What are you doing here? I can't believe you didn't call me. Why didn't you call?

Woman: Oh, I wanted to surprise you.

Troy: Well, you definitely did. Wow.

Woman: Good.

Troy: Oh, look at you.

Woman: Oh, yeah. It's so great to be here, and you look fantastic.

Troy: Me? No, look at you. You look better than fantastic.

Nora: Ahem.

Troy: Oh, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. Look, Nora, this is --

Woman: Oh, I'm Emily.


Keri: Rae, if you're there, pick up, it's Keri. Rae, listen, I am so, so sorry. I -- I thought you would be totally thrilled to see those pictures that were in your old camera. I -- I had no idea. I didn't mean to upset you, so just give me a call when you get this.

Keri: Jen?

Jen: Hey.

Keri: Hey. What are you doing on campus? I thought you and Cristian would be off enjoying your summer vacation.

Jen: Yeah, we were headed to Philly for a concert tonight, but we came by to check our grades first.

Keri: I assume you're both very pleased.

Jen: With the A's you gave us? Definitely.

Keri: But?

Jen: Cristian realized the computer ate his bibliography from his paper for Dr. Cummings' class.

[Keri gasps]

Jen: He has to reconstruct it immediately or get an F.

Keri: Oh, no. Poor Cristian.

Jen: So much for the concert.

Keri: Yeah, poor you.

Jen: Well, I wasn't really looking forward to it anyway.

Keri: Not your kind of group?

Jen: No, I mean, the band's cool. It's just the company -- we were double-dating with Chad.

Keri: Well, he can't be that bad.

Jen: No, he isn't. It's his date -- Natalie Buchanan.


Cristian: I thought I was the only loser stuck in the library after the semester ended.

Natalie: You're not a loser.

Cristian: No, I just had the bad luck of losing the bibliography to my psych paper.

Natalie: That's tough.

Cristian: Tell me about it. Either I redo it or Dr. Cummings fails me.

Natalie: Oh, I'm sorry.

Cristian: Oh, well. So what are you doing here? Weren't you supposed to be at that concert with Chad?

Natalie: Yeah. It fell through.

Cristian: Ouch. You know, he was really psyched that you agreed to go with him.

Natalie: Yeah, well --

Cristian: And you're here in the library? What's up?

Natalie: Um -- nothing. I -- I had to do some research for -- for a paper.

Cristian: Classes are over, Natalie. What are you talking about?

Natalie: No, don't.

Cristian: Oh, now I'm curious.

Natalie: It's just -- um -- well --

Cristian: You better tell me. My imagination is starting to run away with me.

Natalie: Um -- I'm just -- I'm getting ready for a paper I have to do for a fall class I'm taking.

Cristian: You're what?

Natalie: Yeah. Forget it.

Cristian: "Dissociative identity disorder"?


Niki: Ben's going to flip when he finds out that his precious Vikiís being threatened by crazy Allison.

[Door closes]

Ben: Hey. What are you doing?


Viki: Just shut up and get out of my life once and for all or I swear I will cut you out of my --

Allison: I -- I'm sorry, I didn't mean to interrupt you and whoever you're talking to.

Allison: Oh, Dave. If you only knew what a nut job she really is.

Lindsay: Who's a nut job?

Allison: Oh. Dave's wife. She's two completely different people.

Lindsay: Well, aren't we all?

Allison: Yep.

Lindsay: You will let me know when it's time for volleyball, won't you?

Allison: Dave's wife really is two different people. But then again, so is he.

Lindsay: Well, maybe that's what they have in common. Have you ever thought of that?

Allison: I don't want to talk about Dave anymore.

Lindsay: You're the one that brought it up.

Allison: I know, but let's -- let's talk about something else, anything else.

Lindsay: Ok. Let's see. What can we talk about? I don't know, maybe escaping?


Cristian: D.I.D.? Isn't that what your mother had -- Mrs. Davidson?

Natalie: Exactly.

Cristian: But that happened years ago. Why are you reading up about it?

Niki: [As Viki] Natalie, I have seen certain signs that you are on the verge of splitting into separate personalities.

Natalie: Um, because she's my mother and, you know, I want to know everything about her.

Cristian: Then why were you keeping it a secret?

Natalie: Uh -- it's family, you know, and it's -- it's private. And I guess it's a little embarrassing.

Cristian: I suppose. But, seriously, that's old news.

Natalie: I know. But, I mean, with all the trouble that she and I have been having lately, it just -- I don't know. It seems like if I know more about her, I can help us get closer.

Cristian: Makes sense, I guess. Except she's the parent. If you ask me, she's the one that should be knowing more about you, trying to get closer to you.

Natalie: You know, you always know the right thing to say. So, how's that bibliography coming?

Cristian: I could use some help.

Natalie: Oh, um, I'm probably not the best person to ask.

Cristian: Right. I don't blame you. Do more schoolwork when you don't have to? And it's not even yours.

Natalie: No, no, it's -- it's not that. You know what? Forget it. I'd love to.

Cristian: You sure?

Natalie: After everything you've done for me, of course I would.

Cristian: All right. Let me go get the rest of my stuff. I'll be right back.


Niki: [As Viki] why aren't you at the clinic?

Ben: I forgot a file. What were you hiding there?

Niki: Oh, nothing.

Ben: You shoved something underneath that cushion.

Niki: Oh, no, I didn't.

Ben: Why are you lying about this?

Niki: I'm not lying.

Ben: Fine. You don't want to tell me, I'll look myself.

Niki: No, but come on. Don't do that.

Ben: Why not?

Niki: It's a surprise for you.

Ben: A surprise? Well, it's not our anniversary and it's not my birthday.

Niki: Are those the only days when I'm allowed to surprise you?

Ben: Ok -- this is not you. You're starting to scare me a little.

Niki: Well, your suspicious nature is starting to scare me.

Ben: What is under the cushion?

Niki: All right, I'll show you. But you're not going to like it.

Ben: She is not going to get away with this!


Allison: What do you mean escape?

Lindsay: Speaking hypothetically, you know, just for fun, if one wanted to get out of here, one would have to know everything there is to know about this place, and you did mention that you grew up here and that your father was the warden.

Allison: Oh, yeah, right up until the day he died. Heart attack right out of the blue.

Lindsay: Oh, I'm so sorry. I -- I remember how hard it was when my dad died and I still miss him.

Allison: Was his death sudden, too?

Lindsay: Yes, it was very sudden. My sister murdered him.

Allison: Oh, really? How did she do it?

Lindsay: It doesn't matter.

Allison: Oh, it does to me.

Lindsay: Well, she was a med student and she had access to all these drugs and -- I don't -- I don't really want to talk about that.

Allison: But I do.

Lindsay: Yeah, just like you don't want to talk about Dave.

Allison: Dave, Dave, Dave, Dave, Dave.

Lindsay: You know, you did mention something back in the visitors' room -- that there was a special way, special ways to get out of here?

Allison: Oh, there are. When I was a little girl, I discovered all sorts of things. I used to sneak into the room with the electric chair and sit in it.

Lindsay: Oh, that sounds like fun.

Allison: It was, and then I used to sneak cigarettes with the guards and explore the tunnels and --

Lindsay: Tunnels? What tunnels?

Allison: Oh, the old tunnels that run underneath here. But the best part was when the guards would let me help them go through the care packages that the visitors brought.

Lindsay: Wait a minute. The tunnels -- do they -- do they lead outside?

Allison: Some. But, you see, the guards would give me a nickel for every item that I found that was against the rules.

Lindsay: Would you be willing to show them to me?

Allison: The -- the nickels? Don't be crazy. I don't have the nickels anymore.

Lindsay: Not the nickels, the tunnels.


Nora: So, you two are friends?

Troy: Uh, not exactly, no.

Nora: Ok, then. Ok.

Troy: This is my sister.

Nora: Sister?

Troy: Yeah.

Nora: I thought you said her name was Carol.

Emily: I cannot believe you told her that.

Troy: Well, technically it is.

Emily: Was. I hated the name Carol. >From the time I was in kindergarten, and all the kids teased me by calling me Christmas Carol.

Nora: Oh, well, there are worse things.

Emily: I know, but not when you're 5.

Nora: Oh.

Emily: I started a campaign to get our parents to let me change it.

Nora: And did they?

Emily: Oh, they made the mistake of saying, "If you still feel this way when you're 12, we'll allow you to choose another name." They thought I'd forget all about it. So on my 12th birthday, I reminded them of their promise, and I announced that from that day forward I was using my middle name.

Nora: Emily?

Emily: Exactly. Except my brothers insisted on continuing to call me Carol.

Troy: Oh, well, you know, we didn't always call you Carol.

Emily: No. Sometimes they called me even worse things.

Troy: Sometimes we called you Jaws.

Nora: Jaws?

Troy: Yeah.

Emily: See? Brothers can be so mean. I had braces.

Nora: Oh, that's just wrong.

Emily: I hated you. You and Colin.

Nora: I think it's probably time that I introduce myself. Emily, I'm Nora Buchanan. I'm --

Emily: You're the woman who killed our brother.

Troy: Uh, you know, maybe we can talk about this later.

Emily: No. Now. Colin was my brother, our brother, and there's something that I've got to say to Ms. Buchanan.

Troy: I know, but maybe now's not a good time.

Nora: You know what? It's fine. Go ahead.

Emily: I'm sorry.

Nora: What?

Emily: I'm sorry. I know all about what Colin did to you and what he tried to do to you and for that -- our whole family owes you a huge apology.

Nora: No, really, there's -- no -- the only person who's responsible for what Colin did was Colin.

Emily: Still --

Nora: There's no need for an apology. If anyone owes someone an apology, it's me. I -- accident or not, I -- I killed your brother.

Emily: But it wasn't your fault. Like you said, Colin's the one who was responsible. He brought it on himself.

Nora: Still, I took him away from you.

Emily: You had no choice.

Nora: No. I didn't.


Keri: Wait, I thought that you and Cristian and Natalie were all friends.

Jen: Yeah, Natalie and Cristian are friends -- or something like that. I mean, she's always hanging all over him. I told her to stay away from him.

Keri: You did?

Jen: Wouldn't you if some other woman was hanging all over Antonio?

Keri: Well, that depends. I mean, if Cristian and Natalie are friends and maybe she didn't have anyone else to go to --

Jen: No, it's more than that. She's after him. I can tell.

Keri: Well, maybe you should discuss it with Cristian.

Jen: No. This is between me and Natalie.

Keri: Well, I got to tell you, Jen, if Cristian values his friendship with Natalie, you run the risk of looking like the bad guy here.

Jen: I've got this under control.

Keri: You're sure?

Jen: Yes. Natalie said she would stay out of Cristian's life, so there's nothing left to discuss.


Cristian: I can't believe we're done. Without your help, I would've been here all night.

Natalie: Oh, you're exaggerating.

Cristian: No, I'm not.

Natalie: Anyway, computer did all the work.

Cristian: Hardly. You're the best, Natalie. Thank you.


Al: Ah, give me that. I want to watch something else.

Roxy: Hey! Hey! Hey! Switch that back!

Al: Not a chance.

Roxy: I'm the lady of the house.

Al: The lady or the tramp?

Roxy: Ooh, you watch your mouth.

Al: Who's going to make me?

Roxy: What's your problem --

Al: You are my problem, ok? First you tried scamming Jessica, now you're scamming my pop.

Roxy: I'm not scamming your father. He married me because he's crazy about me.

Al: He married you because he was drunk out of his mind!

Roxy: No, no, no! He knew what he was doing before, during, and after the ceremony, if you catch my drift.

Al: Oh, you are so grody.

Roxy: You are such a spoiled brat. I am here, and if you can't get used to it, then get lost.

Al: I don't have to get used to anything.

Roxy: Hey, buddy, you haven't got a chance.

Al: Oh, no?

Roxy: Hey! Hey! Put me -- hey! Put me down! And you're going to pay for this. Hey! Stop it! Put me down!

Al: Hey, Pop.

Max: Al, what are you -- where is hurricane Roxy?

Roxy: Hello?


Roxy: You let me back in that house or else!


Emily: Don't get me wrong. It's not that I'm glad that he's dead, but I know who Colin was. Troy and Colin both always teased me, but with Colin it was different. Sometimes it really scared me.

Troy: Well, come on, now. I mean, I didn't always tease you, right?

Emily: Please, Troy. That's why -- that's one of the reasons why I didn't go to the funeral. What I'm trying to say is I understand.

Nora: Thank you.

Nora: I'm -- very grateful.

Nora: I'm going to leave the two of you alone. You've got some catching up to do.

Troy: Oh, no, come on. Stick around.

Emily: Oh, don't leave because of me.

Nora: No, no, no. Really, I -- I have to go meet someone for dinner anyway. Keri.

Troy: Ah.

Nora: Yeah.

Troy: Ok.

Nora: It was really nice to meet you, and I hope I see you again soon.

Emily: I'd like that.

Nora: Me, too.

Troy: Me, too. Thank you very much. I will give you a call later, ok?

Nora: Bye.

Troy: I am so proud of the way you handled that, jaws.

Emily: Don't call me Jaws!

Troy: I -- sorry. Come here.

Emily: Oh, I missed you so much.


[Banging on door]

Roxy: Hey, open this door, Legs, now! You hear me?

Max: Al, what happened?

Roxy: Hey, I'm warning you!

Al: I removed her. Bodily.

Max: Bodily?

Al: Yeah, but, look, don't worry, ok? I made sure she landed on the grass.

Roxy: You are going to be so sorry, man!

Max: I'm sorry, you can't do it. You can't do this.

Al: Why? You want her living in here?

Roxy: Yo, Legs!


Max: I would rather go through a root canal every day for the rest of my life, but I did sign that prenup, so she could take the house, Break Bar, and more money than I have to give.

Roxy: I know you're still in there!

Max: So for the time being, I'm stuck with her.

Al: Ugh!

Roxy: Hey, listen, you little brat -- hey, all right, you call it funny, but I call it mental and physical abuse, and the court is going to call it grounds for the prenup to kick in, so you -- shut up. You straighten out your son, or I'm going to call my lawyer.

Al: I'm -- I'm sorry, Dad. I guess I just made things worse.

Max: No, no, no. Things are about as bad as they could get.

Al: Well, you know, if I hadn't been such a jerk in Vegas, none of this stuff would be happening.

Max: But it wasn't your fault. I was the one that was drunk and got stupid.

Al: Drunk and stupid because of me.

Max: Not because of you.

Al: Well, you know, I thought if I moved in here, she would move out.

Max: You moved in?

Al: Yeah. A lot of good it's doing.

Max: Well, it'd do me a world of good. It -- just do me one favor. Let me handle Roxy.

Al: Yeah. I guess I messed up again. I'm sorry.

Max: Well, not as far as I'm concerned. I'm glad you're here.

Roxy: That makes one of us.

Max: Not now, Roxy!

Roxy: You know, I'm your wife and I deserve a little respect in our house. So if the kid wants to stay, you better make him apologize to me now.

Allison: I'd rather show you the electric chair.


Lindsay: I'd rather see the tunnels first.

Allison: Why?

Lindsay: Hypothetically, of course, to see if I could escape. To see if we could escape.

Allison: I don't want to escape.

Lindsay: You would rather live in this hellhole for another 20 or 30 years?

Allison: This "hellhole" is where I grew up. I like it here. It's the only place where people treat me like I'm special.

Lindsay: Yeah, but, Allison, your dad's not the warden here anymore and you're not getting nickels from the guards for rummaging through people's packages. You're a prisoner.

Allison: The guards are still my friends.

Lindsay: What about your freedom? What about your life?

Allison: Oh, what life? Ah, there's nothing waiting for me out there. I mean, I had my one big shot at getting rich and it blew up. I got no money, I got no job, I got no friends. Nothing.

Lindsay: What about Dave?


Ben: I can't believe it. Well, I'm going to put a stop to this.

Niki: [As Viki] Well, now, wait a minute. We don't even know for a fact that Allison wrote this.

Ben: She signed it!

Niki: The -- the letters are cut out.

Ben: No, who else is this nuts?

Niki: Ben, the story of what she did to me was in all the papers, even "The Banner." Any wacko could've done it.

Ben: No, one wacko did it -- Allison Perkins.

Niki: You know, this is exactly why I didn't want to show this to you, because I didn't want you to be so upset.

Ben: Well, you're damn right I'm upset!

Niki: Ben, please --

Ben: She's threatening my wife!

Niki: No, and this is not a threat. She says, "I hate you."

Ben: It's implied!

Niki: Besides, we don't know for a fact that she sent this.

Ben: Where's the envelope?

Niki: I threw it away.

Ben: What? You threw it away?

Niki: Yeah. It had no postmark and no return address, so --

Ben: Well, then she had it delivered.

Niki: From prison?

Ben: Yeah! You pass it off to a visitor, you have them deliver it.

Niki: Oh, I suppose that -- that's possible.

Ben: Oh, it's more than possible.

Niki: Where are you going?

Ben: I'm going to Statesville to talk to Ms. Perkins. I got to tell her to leave you the hell alone.

Niki: Ben, Ben, she'll only deny it.

Ben: Let her try, let her try. I will get the truth even if I have to choke it out of her!

[Door closes]

Niki: [As herself] Choke away, Benji! Choke away!


Cristian: Thanks again, Nat. I couldn't have done it without you. You're a lifesaver.

Natalie: No, you are the lifesaver. You know what? You made me feel useful, like I matter. Like I'm not a basket case?

Cristian: Come on. You're no basket case. You're fantastic and one of the sanest people I know.

Natalie: You really mean that?

Cristian: Absolutely. Look, I'd better get going. I got to go type this up for Dr. Cummings. Thanks again, huh?

Jen: Not so fast. (Horn honking)

Natalie: What are you doing?

Jen: We had an agreement -- you were supposed to stay away from Cristian.

Natalie: I know.

Jen: Then why aren't you?


Nora: Oh, Keri. I'm so sorry I'm late, Sweetie.

Keri: Oh, it's ok.

Nora: I got hung up at Troy's.

Keri: Oh. Well, I was using the time to make a list of what to pack on the trip Antonio's taking me on.

Nora: Oh, where are you going?

Keri: I don't know, that's the problem. It's a surprise. I have no idea what to pack.

Nora: Oh.

Keri: So how's Troy?

Nora: Well, speaking of surprises, a very young, attractive woman showed up on his doorstep while I was there.

Keri: Who was that?

Nora: His sister.


Troy: Wow. I can't believe you're really here.

Emily: Does that mean you're glad to see me?

Troy: Oh, I am thrilled to see you.

Emily: Right answer.

Troy: Well, so tell me, how long can you stay?

Emily: Actually, I'll be staying here all summer. I signed up for some courses at Llanview University.

Troy: Oh, you're kidding me. Why didn't you tell me?

Emily: Well, I wanted it to be a surprise.

Troy: Well, yeah, but, you know, I could've helped make some of the arrangements and stuff.

Emily: Troy, I'm not that little girl with the braces anymore.

Troy: I know you're not.

Emily: And you can help now.

Troy: Good. So first thing in the morning, we'll go down to the college, we'll register for some classes.

Emily: Done. And I've got my dorm room, my meal plan is set up --

Troy: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. "Dorm room"? No, back up a little bit, sister. No sister of mine is going to be sleeping in a college dorm.

Emily: Troy, I love you, but I'm not rooming with my big brother.

Troy: Ah. Well, I love you, too, but I didn't ask you to. There's a vacant loft upstairs. I'll talk to the landlord.

Emily: I can't afford a loft.

Troy: I know you can't. That's why it's on me.

Emily: No way.

Troy: Oh, yes, way. Come on, I'm a doctor now, I make a good living, and, besides, I'm your big brother. I want to do this for you.

Emily: And you're the best! A loft space?

Troy: Yep.

Emily: Oh, wow. Oh. Why haven't you visited since you're back from Africa?

Troy: Why haven't you?

Emily: I'm here now, aren't I?

Troy: Just look at you. You're -- you're all grown up.

Emily: Does that make you feel old?

Troy: No. But it is why I'm going to keep you close by so that you don't have to sleep in some college dorm with a bunch of hormone-crazed guys.

Emily: Maybe I should rethink this.

Troy: Oh, maybe you shouldn't.

Emily: You always said no boy would ever be good enough for me.

Troy: Hmm.

Emily: Colin always said no boy would ever want me.

Troy: Yeah. You know what? Why don't we forget about Colin for right now, ok?

Emily: It's hard. As much as I hated him, he was my brother.

Troy: Yeah, I know. I'm your brother, too. And we're family now. That's the only thing that matters.


Max: Al doesn't have to apologize to you for anything.

Roxy: Excuse me, but he treated me like garbage.

Max: I know. I'm thinking of buying him a thank-you gift.

Roxy: No wonder he's such a spoiled brat. What, did you buy him a big present when he pretended to be paralyzed to con his bimbo girlfriend?

Al: Stop talking about -- mind your own business, ok?

Roxy: Hey, you know, you are so pathetic!

Max: That's enough, that's enough!

Roxy: You know, you're a great guy, Maxie, but, you know, you got a loser for a son, and I ought to know because I have a loser daughter -- or at least I had a loser daughter. Of course, you know, now I'm about to have another loser.

Al: Look, the only loser here is you.

Max: I'll take care of this, Al. I'll take care of it. Why don't you just go upstairs and unpack.

Al: You know what I'm going to do? I'm going to go to school and I'm going to see if my grades were posted.

Roxy: You know, I can save you a trip because you got an f because you're a loser.

Al: Dad?

Max: No, Al, Al, Al, just go. Please, please. I'll see you later, all right? I'll handle this. You know, technically we may be married, you may live in this house, but you will never attack my son again, do you hear me?

Roxy: I didn't attack him, he attacked me!

Max: You lay off my son! You go treat your own kids like garbage and you leave my son alone.

Roxy: Hey, what are you, the father of the year?

Max: I love my kids, unlike you.

Roxy: Oh, yeah, please get off your high horse. I know I'm a rotten mother, but you're a worse father, and you know you wrote that kid off just like you wrote your two twins off and you left them with your hillbilly in-laws.

Max: I did what was best for my children.

Roxy: Yeah, you know what's -- well, Lizzie Borden -- she did what was best for her parents. Who the hell do you think you're kidding? You know, we do what's best for ourselves, and that's why we're a perfect match.

Max: Get out of my house.

[Roxy laughs]

Roxy: You talk a good game about being a great father. You know, talk, talk, talk, nothing but talk since our wedding night. All talk and no action.

Max: You want action? Fine. I'll give you action.


Viki: This is never going to work, Niki.

Niki: Will you quit sneaking up on me like that!

Viki: You will never get rid of Ben, and he will figure it out.

Niki: Not as long as he's so busy running after Allison Perkins that he doesn't have time to think about it. Did you see him run out of here just now, huh? Did you hear what he said? Said he was going to get the truth out of her if he had to choke it out of her. That man is out of control. That man is dangerous, maybe psychotic!

Viki: No, he's not, though you certainly are doing your best to make him seem that way.

Niki: No one would blame Miss Victoria if she decided she couldn't be married to a man like that.

Viki: What are you doing?

Niki: Next stop -- divorce court.


Allison: Dave? What about Dave?

Lindsay: Well, you said you love him and he's on the outside. Don't you ever want to see him again?

Allison: Of course I do, but that's not going to happen.

Lindsay: Well, it's not as long as you're in here, that's for sure.

Allison: It's not if I'm out there, either. He's -- I lost him. He's in love with his crazy wife.

Lindsay: Yeah, but if you were on the outside, you could fight for him. Win him back. Maybe even marry him. Why, you could end up becoming Mrs. Dave -- what's his last name?

Allison: Just Dave.

Lindsay: You could wind up being Mrs. Dave.

Allison: Ever since I was a little girl I dreamed of a wedding. Oh, but it's too late.

Lindsay: Nope, nope. It is never too late. And I could be your matron of honor.

Allison: I always dreamed I'd carry tea roses.

Lindsay: You got to get out of here first.

Allison: They're so dainty.

Lindsay: What do you say?


Niki: Viki thinks she's coming back. Yeah. Over my dead body. And, Benji, you're history, just like this note. Yeah.

[Doorbell rings]

Niki: Right on schedule!

Niki: [As Viki] I'll get it, Lois. Bo, thank heavens you came.


Allison: Do you think Dave would really marry me?

Lindsay: Only if you put yourself in the game on the outside.

Allison: But that would never happen. See, Dave's wife has poisoned him against me. I'll never carry those tea roses.

Lindsay: Well, not if you're in here. Not if you don't fight for him.

Allison: I don't want to discuss it.

Lindsay: We have to.

Allison: I said no.

Lindsay: Please?

Allison: Listen. Do you want me to tell my friends about all your hypotheticals?

Guard: Time for arts and crafts. Not you -- just Allie.

Allison: Don't get lonely.

Lindsay: Damn it, I came so close. I thought I had her for sure.

Guard: Her cell's right over here. But you can't stay long, just till my shift's over. I could lose my job for this.


Ben: Thanks, I appreciate it.

Lindsay: Ben?

Ben: Lindsay?

Keri: I didn't know Troy had a sister. What's her name?

Nora: Emily. Or Carol. Well, she was called Carol and then changed it to Emily.

Keri: And he never told you about her?

Nora: Not really. And when she walked in and hugged him --

Keri: Oh -- oh, you thought he was involved with another woman.


Emily: It's not just you and me. >From what I can see, it's you, me, and Nora Buchanan.

Troy: Really? It's that obvious, huh?

Emily: Oh, no more than my braces were.

Troy: Oh, come on. Your braces weren't that noticeable.

Emily: Except when I smiled.

Troy: Yeah, well -- I'm crazy about her.

Emily: She seems fantastic.

Troy: You think so, huh?

Emily: Mm-hmm. I'm so happy for you. You deserve someone special.

Troy: Yeah.

Emily: I wasn't sure you'd ever let yourself fall in love again after Joanna.


Nora: Well, I admit, when I did see her, I did think for a minute or a second that he might be involved with another woman.

Keri: Just for a second?

Nora: Just a second. Maybe the minute, two minutes. I don't know. I mean, you know, when you really come down to it, I don't know that much about him. His past is a blank.

Keri: Yes, but, Nora Buchanan, ace investigative lawyer, you know you're going to find out everything you need to know about him.

Nora: Oh, maybe. I'm starved. Let's go to the restaurant.

Keri: Let's go.

Nora: Ok.

Keri: Ok.

Nora: Get your stuff.


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

Jen: Save it. I saw you two together in the library.

Natalie: Cristian had to redo his bibliography. I was helping him.

Jen: I don't care if you were giving him C.P.R. What part of "stay away from him" don't you understand?

Natalie: We ran into each other. It wasn't planned!

Jen: Yeah, I'll bet.

Natalie: Oh, wait, wait. You're saying that I -- I went looking for him?

Jen: In a word, yes.

Natalie: You know what? For your information, I was already in the library working before Cristian ever showed up.

Jen: But you didn't have to stay there.

Natalie: That is ridiculous!

Jen: And you did not have to kiss him.

Natalie: I didn't kiss him. He kissed me on the cheek. Ok? This is ridiculous.

Jen: I am not finished with you!

Natalie: Let go of me.

Cristian: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hey, hey, hey, hey. Hey, hey, hey. Hey. What's going on?


Roxy: You could've creamed me with that.

Max: Oh, coulda, woulda, shoulda. Next time I won't miss.

Roxy: You do and I'll call the cops.

Max: Oh -- you go right ahead. It's your word against mine. Who do you think they'll believe? But in the meantime, I will make your life a living hell. You'll be begging to leave.

Roxy: Oh, come on. This isn't my Maxie.

Max: You don't have a Maxie!

Roxy: Oh, yes, I do, and I got the papers to prove it. You think you can drive me out of here? You're never going to get rid of me. Never.

Max: Yeah, well, don't take that one to your bookie. Because by the time I get through with you, you're going to be begging to leave.

Max: Yes!


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

Max: Hey, come on. What, are you dead or something?

Nora: You're going to tell me all about Troy's past.

Lindsay: The only person that she talks about is this guy named Dave.

Cristian: What's going on, Jen? What are you doing to her?

Niki: [As Viki] My marriage is over. I want a divorce.


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