OLTL Transcript Thursday 6/20/02



One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 6/20/02

By Linda
Proofread by Kathy

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

Chad: You know someone who knows your mom really well.

Natalie: Who?

Chad: Cristian Vega.

Niki: [As Viki] we're going to give Natalie a little of her own medicine.

Lindsay: You can mail this for me.

Jen: Why are you writing to Allison Perkins?

Lindsay: I have my reasons.

Ross: Todd, can you hear me? We were all on that boat. We were going to grab your kids, remember?


Roxy: Done.

Niki: Very nice, Roxanne.

Roxy: Yeah. When I'm good, I'm real good.

Niki: And Natalie is going to be on the receiving end this time.

Roxy: I got to admit, playing a dirty trick on that no-good smart mouth gets me right here.

Niki: You were a genius to come up with the idea!

Roxy: Yeah, if I do say so myself. Wait a minute. No, I think that was you, remember?

Niki: Ah, I contributed a little tiny bit.

Roxy: You know, what really blows my mind is that you feel about Natalie the same way that I do.

Niki: Oh, but you have to understand, Roxanne, it pains me terribly.

Roxy: Oh, yeah. Me, too.

Niki: Yeah, but we have to do what's in Natalie's best interest, don't we?

Roxy: Like stick it to her, give her the old shaft-a-roo?

Niki: Well, yeah. I mean, she's got to learn she cannot treat people poorly and just expect to get away with it.

Roxy: Yeah, because what goes around comes around.

Niki: Exactly. So, I got to get going.

Roxy: Yeah, Vick, before you go, you know, I thought maybe I could ask you a favor because, you know, one good hand washes the other?


Cristian: I thought you were Jen.

Natalie: Ah, yeah, obviously, you're in the middle of something, so I'm --

Cristian: No. No, no. It's just that she forgot her keys. I thought she came back for them.

Natalie: Right. I shouldn't be interrupting.

Cristian: You're not interrupting, Natalie. I was just jumping in the shower, that's all. What's up?

Natalie: I'm going to go.

Cristian: No, no. Don't. Come inside.


Guard: Mail call!

Allison: Oh, man.

Guard: Mail call for the lonely hearts club!

Allison: Oh, come on, Helen. Some of us don't get mail. Do you think you could keep the volume down?

Guard: Allie, would I leave out my favorite inmate?

Allison: What? I got a letter?

Guard: If you're Allison Perkins, you do. Mail call!

Lindsay: What's the matter?

Allison: Well, I haven't gotten mail in years. I mean, who would write to me, especially in here?

Lindsay: Well, open it up and find out.

Allison: It's from Dave.

Lindsay: What's it say?


Ben: Hey, hey, come on in.

Sam: What's up?

Ben: So what's the latest on Todd?

Sam: Not a word for a few days. Just be aware that me may try and contact Viki.

Ben: Ok, well, if he does, should I call you or Bo?

Sam: Oh, either one. There's an A.P.B. out on him for here in Pennsylvania and in Hawaii.

Ben: So you think he went into hiding?

Sam: Yeah, probably. But for the kids' sake and Blair's sake, we can't take any chances.

Ben: I tell you, Manning always means trouble, doesn't he?

Sam: You got that right. And right now he is capable of anything.


Téa: Todd, stop it! You're killing him!

Todd: I lost everything! I lost my children because of you!

Téa: Todd, stop it!

Todd: You said you were with me, you lying son of a --

Téa: Todd, it wasn't Ross! It wasn't Ross! Stop it! You are killing him! Stop it! Stop it!

Todd: You double-crossing --

Téa: It wasn't his fault!

Todd: Even trade.

Téa: Ross didn't do anything!

Todd: You took my kids away from me, I take your life away from you. My kids are everything to me. Now they're gone. Would you stay out of this! How's it feel, Ross, huh? How’s it feel for you? Because I got to tell you, this feels pretty good for me.


Ben: Hey, Todd Manning is the last person I want to hear from right now.

Sam: You and everybody else.

Ben: I'm not in a hurry to tell Viki either. How do you tell her that Todd kidnapped his kids and he's probably in hiding somewhere?

Sam: We just assume he's in hiding.

Ben: Yeah. Well, not that I want to keep secrets from her, but she's been a bit stressed, lately.

Sam: Yeah, so you said on the phone.

Ben: I mean, a lot of it is Natalie, but she also got a threatening letter from Allison Perkins.

Sam: Allison Perkins. I thought she was in jail.

Ben: Well, apparently, she can still use the mail. Anyway, I think she's getting crazier and crazier up there and wanting to hurt Viki.

Sam: Well, ok, aside from the letter, what else could she do from the inside?

Ben: The letter's enough. Viki was really upset when she saw it.

Sam: Well, maybe I should have a little talk with the warden and see if I can get her mailing privileges revoked.

Ben: I already dealt with it. I spoke with Lindsay.

Sam: What?

Ben: You ready for this? Lindsay and Allison are cellmates.

Sam: You're kidding.

Ben: No, and Lindsay promised to keep an eye out for me.

Sam: But, Ben, I wouldn't trust Lindsay to do anything.

Ben: Yeah, I thought about that, but compared to Allison, Lindsay is the sanest woman I ever met.

Sam: Oh. Ok, well, still, I think it would be better if I talked to the warden.

Ben: Yeah, I know, and I appreciate it, but right now I just want to play it my way. Since I talked to Lindsay, there hasn't been a problem.

Sam: Ok. All right. Well, let's hope that no news is good news.

Lindsay: Come on, Allison. What's it say?

Allison: Shut up.

Lindsay's voice: "Dear Allison, I came to see you today, but you weren't there. I miss you, and they won't let me visit you when I want. I wish you weren't in that dumb prison. I wish things were like they were when you were in St. Ann's and I could see you all the time. I think about you a lot."

Allison: It says that he was here, that he came to visit me.

Lindsay: I told you.

Allison: He says that he misses me.

Lindsay: Really? Wow. Wow. Good for him. That -- that's amazing. You know, most men have a really hard time expressing their feelings, especially in letters. What else does he say?

Allison: He says that if I could get out of this dumb prison that things could be like they were when I was in St. Ann's.

Lindsay: Really? He obviously still cares about you. He wants to see you. Just think, if we could break out of here, you and Dave could be together.


Cristian: Just give me a second to throw some clothes on, ok?

Natalie: I -- I don't mean to bother you.

Cristian: Natalie, if you were bothering me, I would have told you to go away.

Natalie: Yeah, but I still could have called.

Cristian: Relax.

Natalie: Hey, this is a really nice picture of you and Jen.

Cristian: Yeah, the camera sure does love Jen.

Natalie: Yeah, never a bad shot, huh?

Cristian: You got it. Hey, did you ever hear about that modeling contest she won last fall?

Natalie: Oh, right. The photo shoot in New York. Yeah, yeah, I heard about it. It's cool.

Cristian: I'm going to get some orange juice. You want some?

Natalie: No, thanks.

Cristian: So what's up?

Natalie: You know what? I shouldn't have. I --

Cristian: No, don't go backing out now. You came here for a reason, and my guess is it's important.

Natalie: Cris, it really is important, and I didn't want to come, but I don't know who else to talk to.

Cristian: Hey, I told you, don't apologize. Come on. Sit. Just talk. What's up?

Natalie: Ok, you know, back when you were dating Jessica, you got to know my mom pretty well, right?

Cristian: Sure.

Natalie: What kind of a person would you say she is?

Cristian: Mrs. Davidson? I don't know. Classy.

Natalie: Because she's wealthy?

Cristian: No, no, it's not the money. It's more that she's just smart, honest, very open minded, always kind to my whole family, especially my mom. And she stuck up for us, too, more than once. It means a lot in Angel Square.

Natalie: Loyalty.

Cristian: That's right. And when it comes to her family, talk about Mama Bear.

Natalie: Family first.

Cristian: Yeah. You know, I've always known that she's gone through some tough times, big-time problems, but you know what? She's always been tough, strong, and brave, and she's never been the kind of person to complain a lot, either.

Natalie: You keep saying "was." I don't understand. I mean, has she changed? Come on. I need to know. Is she acting a little different lately?

Cristian: Like how?

Natalie: Cris, I know this is going to sound really weird, but did my mom ever hit on you?


Niki: I really shouldn't stay, Roxanne, because, you know, we cannot let Natalie know that we're "in league" on this, you know.

Roxy: Yeah, but this "thing," it doesn't have anything to do with Natalie.

Niki: Yeah, well, that's not really my point. My point is that I can't really stick around here too long, ok?

Roxy: Well, actually, you know, I kind of wanted to ask you, like, for two favors.

Niki: Two favors? Really, now, Roxanne --

Roxy: First, Vick, where do you get your hair done?

Niki: My hair?

Roxy: Yeah, because, you know, we're not real blondes. I mean, you know, we know that, right?

Niki: I assumed you were.

Roxy: Oh, Vick, you are such a stitch. Yeah, I'm a real blonde like I just saw Elvis last night in a convenience store. I was just thinking, you know, maybe I could just class up my act a little.

Niki: You think you need it?

Roxy: Well, you know, I mean, don't get me wrong, you know. I like me just fine the way I am.

Niki: Well, that's a very well-adjusted point of view.

Roxy: Huh?

Niki: Never mind. Never mind.

Roxy: You know, what passes for class in A.C., you know, doesn't get very far in Llanview p-a, if you catch my drift.

Niki: Tell me about that. You can trust me on that. I think that mainline P-A is a little stuffy, myself.

Roxy: Hey, Vick, if you're mainlining, I don't need to know about it.

[Roxy laughs]

Roxy: Laugh! It's a joke. Anyway, you know, I was just thinking, you know, I got to find a place for my golden locks to keep looking, you know, good, if not better.

Niki: I don't really think you want to go where I go. It's really expensive.

Roxy: Oh, hey, that's not no problem.

Niki: And they got nothing but attitude.

Roxy: Oh, well, that figures. You know, I don't need someone looking down their nose, that kind of stuff.

Niki: Oh, no. That's what I thought, you know. But I know a place. It's called la Bernice house of beauty. It's good.

Roxy: Bernie's house of beauty?

Niki: No, no, no. Not Bernie's. Bernice. Here. B-e-r-n-I-c-e, ok?

Roxy: Yeah, I got it. Yo, Vick, you know, I just -- you know, I just got to ask you another favor.

Niki: Now, Roxanne, see --

Roxy: No, no, but this one is really even simpler. You know, I need you to put in a good word for me.

Niki: With who?

Roxy: Maximilian.

Niki: You want me to put in a good word for you with your husband?

Roxy: Well, yeah, you know. You know, you were talking about that I had these qualities that he should appreciate and that this marriage is a good thing?

Niki: Ok, I don't get it.

Roxy: Well, you know, Max doesn't think I have any good qualities. I mean, not a one, and, you know, he keeps on talking about divorcing me.

Niki: Really? I'm shocked.

Roxy: Yeah, well, everybody in this town is badmouthing me, but you know what would be a great idea, if he knew that you thought that this is a good marriage.

Niki: Ah, you think he'll change his mind, huh?

Roxy: Well, maybe it'll give him second thoughts.

Niki: Yeah. Well, hey, I'll do my best, you know? Of course, I don't really see Max very often these days.

Roxy: Well, thanks, babe. You rock.

Niki: Ok. Got to go now. Don't forget what you have to do later on now, ok?

Roxy: I won't.

Niki: Ok.

Max: Viki. What are you doing here?

Roxy: Hey, Max. You're home.

Max: I live here.

Roxy: Sneaking in the back door, huh?

Max: Hey, how about that? What's going on? Viki?

Niki: [As Viki] Max, it's so nice to see you. I came by to talk about my daughter -- Jessica -- my adopted daughter, who's your stepdaughter? Well, you know that.

Max: Oh, yeah, right, because I wound up married to --

Niki: Yes, exactly. And I thought it would be so nice if our two families got together sometime.

Roxy: Ooh, I'd love that.

Niki: Yeah. I mean, your son Al is a friend of my daughter, Jessica -- adopted daughter -- and I thought it would be so nice if we had a quiet celebration of your marriage.

Roxy: Oh, yes, celebration. Yeah, I love that. I know Maxie does, too.

Max: Let's just skip the party, Viki. Thanks, though.

Niki: But I felt so remiss. I didn't even buy you a wedding present.

Max: Don't worry about it.

Niki: The marriage was so sudden. I have to tell you, I was really shocked when I heard about it.

Max: Hey, yeah, well, I was really shocked when I heard about it, too.

Niki: Oh, although, I must say that you and Roxanne make a lovely couple.

Max: Viki, if I were you, I'd get my eyes checked.

Niki: Well, goodness, look at the time. I have to run.

Roxy: Let me get the door for you.

Niki: Ok. [Normal voice] Are you sure you can handle, you know, what comes next?

Roxy: Oh, yeah, I'm going to love every minute of it.

Niki: [As Viki] Good-bye, Max.

Max: So long.

Roxy: So what do you think of that, huh?

Max: Of what?

Roxy: The Queen of Llanview thinks that we make a fine couple.

Max: Look; I don't care if the Queen of England thinks we make one fine couple. We don't.

Roxy: Oh, Maxie.

Max: And we're going to get a divorce!

Roxy: Not if I have anything to say about it.


Max: Yeah, hello. Is this Greevy? Are you the same Greevy that used to date Roxanne Balsom? Good. Good. I thought you'd like to know how you could get in touch with her.


Cristian: Why would you ask something like that, Natalie?

Natalie: Never mind. Forget it. That --

Cristian: No, wait. Hey, I'm just asking why you would ask that. Actually, I think Mrs. Davidson has been acting a little different.

Natalie: So you've seen it, too, right?

Cristian: Yeah. Yeah. Well, I kind of wrote it off as -- I don't know what I wrote it off as.

Natalie: What, Cristian? I've got to know. You've got to tell me.

Cristian: It was a few weeks ago. I was looking for Seth, you know, when he and Jessica were missing.

Natalie: Yeah, when Allison ran their car off the road.

Cristian: Yeah, well, we didn't know that yet.

Natalie: Uh-huh.

Cristian: But I went to the house and Mrs. Davidson -- she was, like -- it was like she was coming on to me.

Natalie: Flirting?

Cristian: Pretty much. It was the way she said hello. And then she started checking me out, and then she said something like "why would Jessica ever let you go?"

Natalie: Oh, my God. Did she do anything else?

Cristian: No, not like that. But you know what the really weird thing is? Jessica was missing and Mrs. Davidson couldn't care less.

Natalie: She's still acting that way now.

Cristian: I even asked her about it, but all she said was she was under the weather, something like that.

Natalie: Yeah, yeah. That's exact-- that's what she does now, too. You know, she does all these wacko things and then she explains them away by saying that "oh, I'm under a lot of stress. Don't mind me."

Cristian: Yeah, yeah, that's right.

Natalie: Yeah, and then Chad -- he came by today, and he wanted this internship with "the banner," and I caught her hitting on him, too!

Cristian: You serious?

Natalie: Yeah. I mean, for a while there, I thought I was the weird one because nobody believed me.

Cristian: You're definitely not the weird one, Natalie, and you can read people a lot faster than anybody I know, that's for sure.

Natalie: Yeah, for all the good it does me.

Cristian: Look, if you -- I don't know, if you think your mom is in trouble, then maybe you should go with your instincts.

Natalie: Yeah. Yeah, I mean, I will. I just -- I don't know what to do, but I got to deal with this. Thank you.

Cristian: For what? I didn't do anything.

Natalie: Yeah, you did. You made me sit down and talk about it. You made me feel better, like you usually do. Ok. Bye.

Cristian: See you.


Lindsay: Allison, it sounds like he's waiting for you out there.

Allison: How do you know?

Lindsay: Well, didn't he just write that he misses you and that he wants things to be the way they were?

Allison: That's what he said.

Lindsay: Well, what more do you want? The man came to see you. He wrote you a letter. He wants to be with you.

Allison: That's the thing.

Lindsay: What?

Allison: The last time Dave saw me, he treated me like something you wipe off the bottom of your shoe. Now, why would he be doing a 180 all of a sudden?

Lindsay: Absence makes the heart grow fonder?

Allison: My gut is telling me something is very wrong here.

Lindsay: Well, maybe you should be listening to your heart instead.

Allison: Hmm, no. Why? ) Why should I do that? You remember how much I hate liars, and every word of this could be a lie!

Lindsay: Why would he do that?

Allison: I don't know. That's what I'm trying to figure out. But if he is lying to me, boy, you know how much he's going to suffer, because the thing I think about liars is that they should never have been born.

Lindsay: He just wrote you a sweet letter.

Allison: Oh, I know, I know, I know, and he's cute and he was the first man to treat me right in a long, long time. But -- well, I guess if he does still care --

Lindsay: Well, obviously, he does.

Allison: That would be so amazing.

Lindsay: Yeah, it would be totally amazing.

Allison: Oh, well, there's only one way to find out.

Lindsay: Allison?

Allison: What?

Lindsay: Where did you get that?

Allison: It's mine.

Lindsay: They let you have a cell phone?

Allison: I told you. There are a lot of people here who like to do nice things for me.

Lindsay: Wow, your own cell phone.

Allison: Shh, shh, shh. I'm trying to remember his number.

Lindsay: Who are you calling?

Allison: Who do you think? Dave.


Todd: I'll never see my kids again. You did that to me.

Téa: Let him go!

Todd: Nobody hurts me like that. You hear me? Nobody. What?

Téa: Listen to me! It wasn't Ross! It was me! Ok? You lost your kids because of me!

Téa: Starr and Jack were never even at The Cove. It was all a trick. Let him go. Let him go, Todd. Move! Move!

Todd: You tricked me?

Téa: Ross, get out of here. Go! He won't hurt me. I was the one who made sure that you didn't see your kids. It was me! It wasn't Ross. It was me. Téa!


Ben: Todd may try to contact you or he may not. I mean, who knows with him? I'm sorry to have to tell you this, but I just thought you ought to know.

Niki: [As Viki] Yeah it's ok. Thank you. Well, well, well, look at this.

Ben: Oh, those packages just came for Natalie.

Niki: Yeah. Isn't that nice?

Ben: Why is it nice?

Niki: What? It's nice because it's nice to see that Natalie is going all out again. You know, she's been so unhappy, and it's been mostly my fault.

Ben: That's not true.

Niki: Oh. Oh, it is. She's been so stressed.

Ben: Yeah, but it's not your fault.

Niki: Well, it's nice that she's gone out on a shopping spree, and now she's feeling better, and I'm all for that.

Ben: Well, so am I, but you're not the cause of her problems, so don't blame yourself.

Niki: Well, I guess I know I shouldn't, but, you know, deep down inside, a mother can't help but worry. I do have to admit that that child has been spiteful and argumentative beyond belief!

Ben: Yeah, ok, but she's starting to get it together. Most of the time.

Niki: That's my hope for her. It's all I can do. I'm her mother.

Ben: Well, I think it'll be worth the wait.

Niki: Well, I certainly hope so, you know. If she's feeling better, and, you know, doing a little shopping, maybe that's the first step for her to be on her way to feeling that she really is a member of the family.

Natalie: Oh, well, if you guys want to keep talking about me, I can go back outside.

Niki: No, no, no, sweetheart! Come in. Come in.

Ben: Your stuff came.

Niki: What stuff?

Ben: What you ordered from the Silver Moon Boutique.

Niki: Go ahead and open it. I can't wait to see what you got.

Natalie: I didn't order anything from the Silver Moon Boutique.

Niki: Yes, you did. Don't you remember?

Natalie: No, I don't.


Lindsay: No, you can't call Dave.

Allison: Why not?

Lindsay: Because his wife might answer the phone and you said she was a nut job. What if she catches on to you and Dave and she ruins everything? You will have blown your one chance.

Allison: Oh. Right. Yeah.

Lindsay: So we have to come up with a different plan.

Allison: You know what? I think I just did.

Lindsay: What?

Allison: You're going to make the call. Yeah.

Lindsay: No.

Allison: You're just going to ask for Ben --

Lindsay: No.

Allison: And then when he gets on the line, I'll take the phone.

Lindsay: No, no, no, no, I can't. I can't do it.

Allison: You can't do it?

Lindsay: No, I just don't think I can.

Allison: Remember when I first met you and told you how much I hated blondes?

Lindsay: Uh-huh.

Allison: Yes, well, the last blonde I worked with had the brains of a toothbrush. She was so stupid; "dumb blonde" didn't even apply. And then when she shafted me and destroyed my life, I decided I wasn't going to put up with stupid people anymore. So how dumb are you going to be, Lindsay, huh? Is your I.Q. bigger than your brain temperature?

Lindsay: I have a very high I.Q. I am not dumb.

Allison: Not if you think you can say no to me. Remember what I do when I get upset?

Lindsay: Yeah. Please don't hurt me, ok, Allison?

Allison: I won't as long as you do what I'm telling you to. Make that call. Now.


Todd: You were supposed to be on my side.

Téa: I had to pretend to go along with the kidnapping. I had to make you believe me.

Todd: You wouldn't do that to me.

Téa: I did. I had to, and I did.

Todd: No.

Téa: Why would I make up something like that?

Todd: To stop me from killing that piece of garbage, to get me to quit choking him.

Téa: Todd, I was --

Todd: No, no, no, no more of your lies.

Téa: No, Todd, no. Don't. Don't. Todd, no!

Todd: Hey, Ross! Where are you going? Hey, don't go away! I got to kill you!


Natalie: This isn't mine. I wouldn't consider ordering anything like that.

Niki: [As Viki] But you did, Natalie.

Natalie: No, I didn't.

Niki: Well, you know, if you've changed your mind, then it doesn't matter.

Natalie: No, I haven't changed my mind. I didn't order anything.

Niki: Yes! You did!

Natalie: No, I didn't.

Ben: Ok, let's just take it easy.

Natalie: I don't understand why you keep saying that I ordered that.

Niki: I heard you. I had to make a call to the editor of "The Chronicle" earlier. I picked up the phone, and you were on the line ordering clothes.

Natalie: What? No, that's not the true. I never called the Silver Moon Boutique. I didn't order a thing.

Ben: Natalie, your name is on here.

Niki: You know what? Maybe I made a mistake. I certainly don't want to accuse you of anything, you know.

Natalie: This is too weird.

Niki: That's strange, and I was so happy because it seemed to me that you were splurging again and enjoying life when you've been under such pressure recently.

Natalie: No, but I haven't!

Ben: Ok, Natalie, just take it easy, all right?

Niki: Ok, ok. I said that wrong, you know. You haven't been under -- we've all been under pressure, recently.

Natalie: I didn't order anything! Come on!

Niki: Ok. Ok. You didn't order anything. Forget about it, all right? Yeah, I tell you what. I'll just take all this stuff back and make sure nobody get charged.

Natalie: No. Never mind. I'll do it myself. I'm going to get to the bottom of this right now.

Ben: Well, you're right. There's definitely trouble there.


Cristian: Forget something?

Jen: Yeah. Sorry.

Cristian: I'm glad you're back.

Jen: Yeah. Me, too.

Cristian: What's wrong?

Jen: Nothing.

Cristian: Come on. What's wrong?

Jen: My errand just took such a long time.

Cristian: Yeah, I noticed.

Jen: And I was hoping I could catch you in the shower.

Cristian: One can never be too clean.

Jen: You mean, you'd take another one?

Cristian: For you, I'd make that sacrifice.

[Phone rings]

Jen: Hello?

Lindsay: Hello. Mrs. Davidson?

Jen: Mom?

Lindsay: How are you?

Jen: Mom, what are you doing?

Lindsay: Uh -- good. Is your husband home?

Jen: Ok, you really freaked me out at the prison yesterday.

Lindsay: No? Oh, gee. That's too bad.

Jen: By making me mail that letter to Allison Perkins, remember? What are you up to now?

Lindsay: No, no, no message. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to bother you.

Jen: No, Mom, answer me. What's going on?

Lindsay: No, he actually can't return this call, but we're not allowed to get phone calls in prison here, but -- listen, thank you very much, ok? Bye-bye.


Cristian: What was that all about? Why was your mom calling you?

Jen: It doesn't make any sense at all. I really think that being in prison is making her lose her mind.

Lindsay: Whew, it's a good thing I made that call. His wife answered on the second ring, and you would have been stuck.

Allison: Hmm.

Lindsay: What are you smiling at?

Allison: I am happy.

Lindsay: Ok.

Allison: You see, now I can talk to Dave without his crazy wife getting in the way.

Lindsay: No, no. You don't understand. Dave's not home.

Allison: Yeah, but all I have to do is call him on his cell phone. I just make that call and find out if he still cares and if he wants me to break out or not.


Ross: What's the matter? You stubbed your toe? Looks like you're wasted. Well, if you don't mind, I'm not going to hang around. You have a nice day.

Todd: Oh, man.


Lindsay: No, Allison. Come on. Don't -- don't call Dave.

Allison: Why not?

Lindsay: Because he's probably working.

Allison: So?

Lindsay: Never a good idea to call a doctor when he's working.

Allison: Oh, why?

Lindsay: Well, he might get upset, and you don't want him mad at you, do you?

Allison: Listen, if he wrote me that letter and said all those sweet things, then he'd be glad to hear from me, and if he didn't, then I want to know the truth. Oh, good. It's ringing.

Lindsay: No, I can't let you do it.

Allison: Hey, you give that back, you stupid bimbo! Don't mess with me, Lindsay. I got friends here, and they can get me anything I want, including a weapon.

Lindsay: A weapon?

Allison: Yeah. All I have to do is ask, and then I ask them to disappear for a little while, and when they come back -- well, I don't think they'll mind if one more dumb blonde is missing.

Lindsay: I didn't mean to upset you. I just thought that -- I thought --

Allison: Well, don't think. You'll live longer. What is taking him so long?

[Phone rings]

Ben: Hello.

Allison: Uh -- h-- hi, Dave. It's me.

Ben: Allison?


Cristian: Jen, your mom is not losing her mind.

Jen: How do you know? You didn't hear her. She thought she was talking to Mrs. Davidson.

Cristian: Well, she was probably trying to pull a fast one on someone in jail.

Jen: Like what?

Cristian: Like maybe she wants them to think that she's got powerful friends. I don't know, but you know your mom. She's always up to something.

Jen: This is really creepy. It's almost like she didn't even know she was talking to me. What if she's really losing her mind?

Cristian: Well, then, we can call the warden and get her some help.

Jen: Really?

Cristian: Sure. Prisoners can see psychiatrists. At least, you know, behind bars, we know she can't hurt anybody.

Jen: It's just really scary.

Cristian: You know what, Jen? I hate seeing you this way. All I want for you is to be happy. Every time your mom's involved, it's the worst.

Jen: What's that?

Cristian: What? The clip? I don't know. Is it yours?

Jen: No, no. It's not mine. This is Natalie's. I've seen her wear it. Did Natalie come here while I was gone?

Cristian: Um -- yeah.

Jen: Why didn't you tell me that?


Natalie: I told you. I didn't order any of these.

Woman: But, Ms. Buchanan, I talked to you on the phone myself.

Natalie: When?

Woman: Earlier today.

Natalie: You didn't talk to me.

Woman: Oh, no, that was me. I always pay very special attention to orders going to Llanfair.

Natalie: No, no, no. What I meant is I didn't call.

Woman: But you did. You ordered all of these items from our summer catalogs.

Natalie: No, I didn't!

Woman: Well, this is your credit card number, isn't it?

Natalie: Oh, God, this never happened.

Woman: I will gladly give you a full refund. I wouldn't think of insisting you keep the merchandise if you're not happy with it.

Natalie: But I didn't -- I never bought this.

Woman: Whatever you say, Ms. Buchanan.

Natalie: You know what? Look, just take this and refund it back to my credit card, and I don't ever want to hear another word about it, ok?


Woman: Oh, did you find anything you liked, ma'am?

Roxy: No. Nice stuff, though. Thanks, anyway.

Woman: Have a nice day.


[Phone rings]

Niki: Yes?

Roxanne: It's me. Worked like a charm. I imitated her voice so good, the saleslady swore it was her.

Niki: And Natalie?

Roxanne: Natalie is totally freaked out.

Niki: Excellent! You were wonderful, Roxanne. Thank you so much.

Roxanne: Yeah, I love sticking it to that brat. I haven't had so much fun since I landed on my beautiful husband in Vegas. Yeah, I'll talk to you later, Viki.

Woman: Do you like that one, madam?

Niki: Yes. Yes, I do. It's absolutely perfect. Oh. I look exactly like my daughter. Family resemblance is quite amazing. Gosh. I wonder what Natalie is going to do next? Hmm.

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


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

R.J.: They're on Maui, ok?

Rae: Maui?

Woman: What are the students' names?

Keri: Rae --

Antonio: Uh -- Gretel.

Allison: I got the sweet letter you sent.

Niki: Have I got plans for you.


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