OLTL Transcript Wednesday 7/10/02



One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 7/10/02

By Linda
Proofread by Kathy

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

Cristian: You're still freaked out, aren't you? Look, Natalie, I'm not leaving you.

Jen: Something is going on between them. I know it.

Lindsay: If you don't help me, they're going to find out exactly who Nora has to thank for losing her memory.

Téa: Someone will eventually find us. Until then, we've got to learn how to live together.


Lindsay: You know, I am entitled to one phone call a week.

Mrs. Sharp: So?

Lindsay: So could I have a little privacy?

[Phone rings]

R.J.: Capricorn.

Lindsay: R.J., It's me. You know, you were supposed to be here this morning with an answer or face the consequences.

R.J.: Mm-hmm.

Lindsay: You know, it's really too bad you didn't come because actually, you could be exchanging pleasantries with your good friend Nora.

R.J.: Is Nora there?

Lindsay: She's going to be. And if you don't agree to help me once I break out of here, I'm going to tell her that you're the one that gave me the drug I used to wipe out her memory.

R.J.: Lindsay, Lindsay, it's much too early in the day for threats. What's the matter? Busting suds for the state not engaging enough for you?

Lindsay: I almost gave you up at my hearing, and I had a lot more to lose then than I do now. You think about that. What? What's wrong? You look terrible.

Jen: I don't want to talk about it.

Lindsay: What did Cristian do to you now?


Sam: What happened with Ben moving last night? That was a good sign, right? I mean, Nurse, you said you saw him open his eyes.

Nurse: Doctor?

Sam: Look, Larry -- Larry, what did that mean?

Larry: Sam --

Sam: Look, look, ok, I know you're going to give me all those doctor caveats -- you know, like, "Don't get your hopes up too high," etc., etc.

Larry: I just don't want you to expect miracles here, Sam.

Sam: I won't, but the bottom line is that he's waking up, right? I mean, that's right, isn't it?


Troy: Nora, did you buy me a present?

Nora: Well, as much as I'd like to take credit for it -- and it certainly looks like my kind of a wrapping job -- no, I didn't have anything to do with this.

Troy: Really? Well, I wonder who it's from.


Starr: Check it out, Grandma. It's the skin from my iguana. He molted it off. Isn't it cool?

Addie: What's he wearing now?

Starr: His new skin for the summer. Dr. Troy said it was really cool, too. He was here last night, you know.

Addie: He was?

Blair: Hey, Starr. I told you if you wanted to keep that icky lizard skin in the house that you had to keep it in your room, so take it upstairs right now.

Starr: I was just showing Grandma. Plus, it's iguana skin.

Blair: Thank you.

Addie: Dr. Troy was here last night?

Blair: Yeah, he was. Mama, I told you about my plans that I had for Dr. Troy, remember?

Addie: Yes, I remember. You're using him so that you can forget how much you really love Todd.


Téa: Todd. Are you all right?

Todd: See, kids, this is now supposed to be the time when I tell you that I'm going to stay alive and that I'll come home and see you real soon. Problem is I'm not so sure that's going to happen.

Téa: Mmm.

Ross: Sleeping beauty has arisen, I see.

Téa: Where were you? What's that?

Ross: My overnight bag washed ashore. And these, pretty lady -- protein.

Téa: Where did you catch those?

Ross: Well, I told them how beautiful you were, and they just hopped right in.

Téa: Hey, where did you sleep last night? You never quit, do you?

Ross: Always got my eyes on the prize.

Téa: Look elsewhere.

Ross: Ok. I hope not too much stuff got ruined in here. Let's see what we've got here. Oh, hey, hey -- soap, a razor --

Téa: Oh. Oh, you can be a clean-shaven beach bum. I can be a clean-shaven beach bum.

Ross: There you go. A little needle and thread, shampoo -- coming at you -- deodorant. Ooh, you know what? I think you could turn this into one of those little, skimpy, little kind of --

Téa: Give me that. I got to look my best today when get rescued, right? Boy, I'll tell you, it's going to feel really good to get the gunk out of my hair, huh?

Ross: Hey, you go for it. By the time you get back, I'm going to have some roasted fish for you to try.

Téa: Ross, how are you going to make a fire?

Ross: Magic sticks. Call me wilderness man.

Téa: Uh-huh.

Ross: Watch out for some Japanese soldiers who don't know the war is over.

Téa: Yeah, I'll keep my eyes peeled.

Ross: Actually, the only dangerous thing out there is Manning. I went by his bunker this morning, by the way. He's ok.

Téa: He has no water.

Ross: Look; we don't know how much stuff was in that cooler, all right? But my point is just don't go do something stupid and see him without me.

Ross: She may not want me, but she sure does need me. Ah. Wilderness man strikes again. Ok.


Blair: Mama, my plans for Troy -- yeah -- have nothing to do with Todd, actually. I'm doing it for Sam.

Addie: Sam --

Blair: Mm-hmm.

Addie: Todd, Troy? It's so confusing. I think you have too many men.

Blair: Well, this isn't about me, Mama. Here, just sit him down like that. There you go. This isn't about me. It's just that the woman that Sam really loves is with Troy, and she should really be with Sam, so I'm going to seduce Troy away from Nora so Sam and Nora can be together and everybody gets what they want.

Addie: Does Troy want you?

Blair: Well, it doesn't really matter. He will. He'll want me for as long as I need him to want me.

Addie: I still think it's a very strange plan. I don't think it makes any sense at all, Blair.

Blair: Yeah, I know you don't, Mama.

Addie: Well, then, why don't you stop?

Blair: Well, sometimes I ask myself the same question.

Addie: You do?

Blair: Yes. You know, but the problem I'm having here is that Troy doesn't seem to think of me as a woman.

Addie: What does he think you are?

Blair: I don't know. A friend? I mean, come on, Mama. Look at me. I should still be able to attract a man.

Addie: Too many men, if you ask me. Sam, Troy, Todd --

Blair: No, no, no, the problem I'm having here is that Troy might be this brilliant doctor, but when it comes to the physical aspects, his response is a little slow and I don't know why.

Addie: I know why.

Blair: You do?

Addie: Yes, because when he's with you, he knows that you're really thinking about another man.


Sam: Ben's waking up, right? I mean, he's coming out of the coma?

Larry: No, he's not, Sam.

Sam: But I thought you said --

Larry: Look, there was some positive brain activity, but he never spoke. He never really awakened

Sam: Ok, but the fact that he got to that point, that he opened his eyes -- that's still a good sign, isn't it?

Larry: It could be.

Sam: Ok, Larry, I have to hold on to some hope.

Larry: Sam, we're all holding on and doing everything we can.

[Pager beeps]

Sam: I have to be in court soon.

Larry: Well, I have your pager number. If there's any change in his condition, I'll call you.

Sam: Thank you, Larry. Appreciate it.

Larry: All right.

Sam: Hey. Ben? I know you can hear me. I know you can. You got to come back to us. We need you. I need you.


Natalie: Has there been any change?

Cristian: Well, Dr. Wolek said that he seemed to be waking up last night.

Natalie: He did? Well, is he awake now? Is he --

Cristian: No. No, Natalie. He's still in a coma. Whatever it is that was happening, it didn't even last long enough for me to come and get you. I'm sorry.

Natalie: So I guess you were here all night, then?

Cristian: I told you I would be. And besides, I wanted to. I wanted to make sure you were ok, that you were not alone. How'd you sleep?

Natalie: I had this dream.

Cristian: Oh, yeah?

Natalie: Yeah. Like none of this had happened, and I didn't have to be confused about anything anymore, you know?

Cristian: Yeah.

Natalie: It was -- I knew who I was, and I knew what I had done or what I hadn't done, and I was just me -- Natalie. Ben hadn't been pushed through the window, and I hadn't even heard of this D.I.D. stuff before.

Cristian: You know what I wish?

Natalie: What?

Cristian: I wish I could make this dream of yours come true so you'd never have to think about this D.I.D. thing ever again.

Al: D.I.D.? What the heck is D.I.D.?

Natalie: Well, if you ever figure out how to make that happen, please let me know.

Cristian: Well, you can count on that.

Natalie: You know what I feel like?

Cristian: What's that?

Natalie: Like when I was a little girl and Roxy was raising me and Aunt Corinne came and took Rex away.

Cristian: And how is that?

Natalie: Well, like you knew something was wrong. And it just wasn't good at all, especially for me, and I just -- I feel all alone again.

Cristian: You know, I wish I could undo all the lousy stuff that's happened to you. You don't have to be afraid, Natalie, because you're definitely not alone.

Natalie: No?

Cristian: No. I'm here for you. I'm not going anywhere.

Natalie: Cristian, you're the only one -- the only one who understands what I'm going through or who knows about Ben and this D.I.D. stuff.

Cristian: You can trust me. You know that, right?

Natalie: Yeah, well, I know you said that you wouldn't tell anyone.

Cristian: And I won't. I promise.

Natalie: No. No. No, Cristian, this is too much to ask of you.

Cristian: What are you talking about?

Natalie: You're keeping a secret. All it's going to do is cause problems.

Cristian: For who?

Natalie: For you and Jen.


Lindsay: So what did Cristian do this time? Did he stay out all night holding someone else's hand? I didn't mean that. I'm so sorry.

Jen: Yeah, I'm sure you're really sorry.

Lindsay: I am. It's just that I knew when you left Al at the altar that you were going to go running back to Cristian and that he would break your heart all over again.

Jen: Excuse me -- I left Al at the altar because he lied about being able to walk.

Lindsay: Al lied to you because he's in love with you.

Jen: He humiliated me.

Lindsay: At least he didn't sleep with somebody else like Cristian did with Shawna. You tell me which one of them hurt you more.

Jen: You know, I came here because I wanted you to feel like you're part of my life still. But right now I just don't even want to talk to you.

Lindsay: Jen, please. Please, I just want you to be happy and loved in a way that I never was. Please listen to me. This may be the last chance I have to make sure of that.

Jen: Last chance? What are you talking about? What are you up to?


R.J.: She's threatening me? She must be out of her mind. She must be. Nobody blackmails me. She's going to try to back me into a corner like that? No. No!

Max: So who backed you into a corner?

R.J.: Nobody. Nothing. Just mind your business, Max.

Max: Whoa, hey, just because you didn't hear me come in is no reason to have a palpitation and bite my head off.

R.J.: You're right. I'm sorry. It's nice to see you. Sorry you can't stay.

Max: What's got you in such a cheery mood?

R.J.: Nothing.

Max: Nothing, huh? So that was nothing when I saw you slamming that rather expensive-looking stemware back there?

R.J.: Ok, fine, fine. You want to know what's up? I'll tell you what's up. A nonpaying, blackmailing pain from my past is trying to put the squeeze on me.

Max: Oh, not so easy to stay on the straight and narrow, is it?

R.J.: What the hell are you doing?

Max: I'm trying to cut this damn wedding ring off my finger. What does it look like I'm doing?

R.J.: Well, wouldn't sliding it off be smarter?

Max: It's too tight. So, straight and narrow, huh? What, is this because of Keri?

R.J.: How would you like it if Al saw you become that lowlife gambler you used to be?

Max: Ooh, touché. Oh. What is this ring made out of? Kryptonite?

R.J.: Come on, Max, I'm serious. Look, I promised Keri that I'd gone straight, and I intend to keep that promise no matter what.

Max: So what's the big deal? Just say no.

R.J.: It's not that simple.


Nora: Open it.

Troy: Open it? Why me?

Nora: Because it's for you. Open it.

Troy: No, I don't want to open it. What if it's something weird or --

Nora: Well, I'm not going to open it. If you want me to be here when you open it, you better do it now or brave it alone.

Troy: Wait, whoa, whoa, whoa. Where do you think you're going?

Nora: I have to go to Statesville to see a client.

Troy: Ah, well, thanks for the support.

Nora: Oh, no problem.

Troy: Well, I guess if you're going to Statesville, if this is from Lindsay, at least you can thank her for me in person.

Nora: No, I don't think this is from Lindsay. I think this is probably from one of your many admirers -- the girl in the coffee shop --

Troy: Yeah, ok, ok, ok, ok. Well, you know, there's no card here or anything. I don't know.

Troy: I know who this is from.

Nora: Who?

Troy: Starr manning.

Nora: What is it?

Troy: Our first pet.

Nora: Ugh!


Starr: Mom?

Blair: What, babe?

Starr: Can I call Dr. Troy and ask him if he got my present yet?

Blair: I tell you what, why don't we wait until just a little while later, ok?

Starr: Do you think he'll like it?

Blair: Of course he's going to love it because it came from you.

Starr: Yeah, he's cool about things like that.

Blair: He is.

[Doorbell rings]

Blair: Oh.

Starr: Maybe that's Dr. Troy. Maybe he came to thank me in person.

Blair: Listen; you let the guard open the door, ok?

Starr: Yeah, yeah.

Addie: This is all so complicated.

Blair: Actually, Mama, it's not. I've just got to get Troy away from Nora and back with Sam where she belongs.

Addie: There must be some other way to make you forget about Todd.

Blair: This isn't about me forgetting about Todd, Mama. I don't even know if I could. I told you, this is about Sam and Starr.

Addie: Starr's involved, too?

Blair: Well, yes. I think Starr could benefit from having a positive male influence in her life, and Dr. Troy is a perfect candidate.

Sam: Blair? If Starr needs a positive male influence in her life, why didn't you ask me?


Larry: Al, there's no change. I'm sorry.

Al: It's pretty awful, huh?

Larry: Yeah. How you doing?

Al: Me? I'm fine. You know, I'm great.

Larry: Well, that's good to hear.

Al: Yeah. Hey, have you seen Jessica anywhere? I'm looking for her.

Larry: No, not this morning. But if I do see her, I'll tell her you're looking for her.

Al: Oh, wait a second. Could I ask you a question?

Larry: Sure.

Al: Do you know anything about D.I.D.? Do you know what that is?

Larry: It's dissociative identity disorder. It's a form of mental illness where a person splits into more than one personality.

Al: But the other personalities -- they don't know about each other, right?

Larry: Some do. For the most part, most don't. Why are you asking all this?

Al: I have a class I'm looking into. I read a syllabus, it had some information about D.I.D. I'm just doing a little research. Sounds kind of weird.

Larry: It's very serious, and it's very frightening for the person suffering. Requires a lot of compassion and understanding.


Cristian: Look, Natalie, I promised you that I wouldn't tell anyone that you think you have D.I.D. and I'm not going to go back on my word.

Natalie: Yeah, but what about Jen?

Cristian: Jen? Jen knows that you and I are friends. It's ok.

Natalie: Ok, Cristian, you were here all night last night. And if I know Jen, she was none to thrilled about that.

Cristian: Natalie, don't worry about it, all right? Jen and I -- we're going to be fine, and so are you.

Natalie: Cristian --

Cristian: Natalie, I'm not going to lie to her. I can't lie to her. But I'm not going to tell her about this D.I.D.

Natalie: So what are you going to tell her, then?

Cristian: I don't know. But until we know what's going on, I don't think there's any reason for her to know about it, for anybody to know about it.

Natalie: You mean that?

Cristian: Yeah. I do.

Natalie: Cristian, thank you for helping me so much and standing by my side. I've never had anyone, anyone on my side before.

Cristian: Look, I'm going to go check on Ben for you, ok? You stay. Rest. I'll be back.

Natalie: Ok.


Lindsay: I'm not up to anything. I'm just looking out for you.

Jen: Well, I know you, Mom. I know when you're lying.

Lindsay: Look, if this is about you being angry with Cristian --

Jen: I'm not.

Lindsay: Well, you're obviously angry about something. What else did that boy do to you besides stay out all night? Did he lie to you again?

Jen: Yes, ok? Is that what you want to hear? That's why I can't deal with you lying to me now, too.

Lindsay: Jen --

Jen: I don't even want to hear it. Do you realize how horrible you are? Do you realize all the horrible things you do, lying and scheming? I can't deal with it anymore. I'm done with it.

Lindsay: Wait. Wait, wait, where are you going?

Jen: I'm not going to let lies and secrets mess up my life ever again.

Lindsay: Jen!


Max: Well, there's got to be somebody, I mean, from your old circle that could help you out here. Well, I mean, you were pretty well connected for a while there. Hell, that's why I came to you before to help me get rid of the Rox-ness monster that I married.

R.J.: Look, I've told you -- I no longer associate with those people.

Max: Ow! Oh, oh! Hand me the knife.

R.J.: What?

Max: Hand me the -- I'm bleeding anyway. I'm just going to cut the finger off. Give me --

R.J.: No.

Max: Give me the knife!

R.J.: No! No finger cutting. None of that yakuza crap in my bar.

Max: I got to get out of this marriage. I'll tell you what -- you sure you can't get someone to do both jobs for us? Maybe we'll get a group rate.

R.J.: Max, listen, those people -- they are not an option for me. Not with Keri in the picture.

Max: All right, ok. Roxanne is my cross to bear. But come on, there's got to be someone somewhere that can help you out without you tarnishing your image with your daughter.

R.J.: Max --

Max: No, I respect that you are trying to stay clean for your daughter's sake. I get that, ok? But if these guys can help -- ok, all right, sorry. Oop -- nose didn't belong there. Listen, it's your deal. I don't know the particulars. I'll see you later. Sorry about the blood. I'll bring it right back. That's mine.

R.J.: Ace? Yeah, it's R.J. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, long time. Listen, I -- I need a favor on the inside. A female inmate at Statesville.


Téa: Are you hungry? I know you must be thirsty. Ross caught some fish. There's an underground spring. You should come back to the cave.

Todd: So you can trick me again?

Téa: Todd, you'll never be able to survive by yourself. We have everything you need. All you have to do is ask.

Todd: I will never ask you for anything ever again as long as I live.


Blair: I'm sorry, Sam. I didn't even see you standing there.

Sam: Well, Starr let me in. And don't worry; the guards are doing their job. Addie, hi. It's good to see you again.

Addie: Hello.

Sam: You're looking well.

Addie: Thank you. It's nice to see you, too. I'm sorry if Blair hurt your feelings. She just does that sometimes.

Blair: No -- Sam, I'm sorry. I would've asked you, but I've asked you to do so much, and you've been there for Starr and me.

Sam: Blair, you have never had to ask me before. I mean, did it ever occur to you that I like being there for you, that I like being a part of Starr's life?

Blair: Oh, I did hurt your feelings, didn't I?

Sam: No, I mean -- ok, ok, maybe a little bit, but I'll live.

Blair: Look, me asking Troy -- it had nothing to do with you. In fact, it was for you.

Sam: How's that?

Blair: How's that? Because I want you to be happy, and you deserve it.

Sam: Blair, Blair, being here for you and Starr, helping you through this mess with Todd -- that's making me very happy. It's keeping my mind off of other things.

Blair: I'm so sorry.

Sam: Don't worry about it, ok? I mean, maybe I just overreacted a little bit. I mean, I just came from the hospital, and here was a moment when it looked like Ben might be waking up.

Blair: Did he?

Sam: Not yet, no.

Blair: And then you had to walk in here and overhear me saying all these great things about Troy being -- look, I am so sorry. I would never, ever, ever want to hurt you. You're my -- you're a great friend, and you deserve to be happy. I want you to be happy.

Sam: Well --

Addie: She does. She told me so.

Sam: I appreciate that, Addie, and that means a lot to me. More than you know. Listen, I have to get back to court. I just wanted to stop by and say hi, check in on things.

Blair: Well, I'm glad you did.

Sam: See you.

Blair: Bye.

Sam: Ok. Good-bye, Addie.

Addie: Bye.


Troy: How cute. You sure you don't want to just pet him?

Nora: Yes, yes, I'm sure.

Troy: Look at him. His skin -- you got to feel it. It's silky-soft, and look at those great big, beautiful eyes.

Nora: Hmm.

Troy: He just needs a touch of a good woman.

Nora: If I find one, I'll send her your way. Excuse me.

Troy: Yeah, but -- but look at him. He likes you. Huh? You see? I think he just smiled at you.

Nora: That's a smile?

Troy: Oh, yeah.

Nora: It is not.

Troy: Oh, yeah.

Nora: He's just hungry, that's all.

Troy: No, I think he just winked. Where do you think we should keep him, huh?

Nora: I have the perfect idea.

Troy: Yeah?

Nora: Your loft. High, high on a shelf.

Troy: That's very funny. What about Matthew? Matthew would love him.

Nora: Are you kidding? He hasn't even seen Starr's iguanas, and he's been pestering me for one.

Troy: You see? There you go. It'd be perfect.

Nora: Don't go there. And I'm going away now. I'll leave you with some quality time with your pet.

Troy: Oh, well, you know, I'd much rather be with you.

Nora: That's because I moisturize. You know, I hope I don't see Lindsay at Statesville.

Troy: You're going to Statesville? Can't you just get out of it?

Nora: No, I can't. I got to go. Oh, well, I got to go home, shower, change, put some lotion on.

Troy: Uh-uh -- something else you got to do first.

Troy: How about one for the little guy?


Tillie: Is that your little princess I saw running out of here in a snit?

Lindsay: Get lost.

Tillie: Aw, what's the matter? You two have an argument over who gets the pumpkin chariot tonight? Whoa. Hey. You R.J. Gannon?

R.J.: Yeah. You Tillie?

Tillie: The one and only. I got word from ace about doing you that favor. Consider it done. Out of my way, Goldilocks.

Lindsay: You know Tillie?

R.J.: We have mutual acquaintances.

Lindsay: And she's going to do you a favor?

R.J.: That is a distinct possibility, which all depends --

Lindsay: On what?

R.J.: On you. See, if you persist in trying to blackmail me into helping you, well, Tillie is going to make painfully sure that you regret it. And from what I understand, Tillie would just love to make that regret last the rest of your life.


Natalie: How's Ben doing?

Al: He's still in a coma.

Natalie: Al. What are you doing here?

Al: Well, I was looking for Jessica. Have you seen her? You know, I overheard you guys talking before. You and Cristian.

Natalie: So?

Al: So what's all this talk about D.I.D.?


Jen: Cristian.

Cristian: Hey, Jen.

Jen: Hey. I missed you last night.

Cristian: I missed you, too.

Jen: Look; when you called me, I kind of got the feeling that you weren't telling me something.

Cristian: Jen --

Jen: Ok, just let me say this.

Cristian: Ok.

Jen: Whatever it is, I have the feeling it's about Natalie. And we need to be honest with each other, or this is never going to work.

Cristian: I know.

Jen: I don't want to go through what I had to go through with my mom.

Cristian: Look, Natalie -- Dr. Davidson's accident, the coma -- it's been really tough on Natalie.

Jen: It's been tough on me, too. He's my uncle, Cristian. You know, Natalie -- she's got Rex. She's got Jessica, she's got Viki. You know, there's tons of people that she could talk to. I just don't understand why she needs you so much.

Cristian: I'm sorry, Jen. I -- I can't tell you.


Lindsay: Tillie can't make my life any worse in here than she already has.

R.J.: Hmm, brave words, little girl. But be sure, be sure. Because one word from me --

Lindsay: I'll take my chances. I've survived this long.

R.J.: Uh-huh. Brave or stupid -- six of one, half dozen to the other.

Lindsay: Please, R.J.

[R.J. Laughs]

Lindsay: Things couldn't be any worse than they are with Jen. I need to be on the outside to straighten things out.

R.J.: Do I look like I care?

Lindsay: Well, now might be a time for you to start caring. What's it going to be, R.J.? You going to help me, or am I going to tell Nora that you're the one that gave me the drug that wiped out her memory?


Blair: Am I interrupting?

Troy: Blair, hey. No, no, no, not at all. Actually, I was just getting ready to call Starr and thank her for my new iguana.

Blair: Well, I guess you can't.

Troy: And a swim would be nice, especially with as hot as it's been these last few nights.

Blair: Yeah.

Troy: Yeah.

Blair: So will you come?

Troy: Sure.

Blair: Great.

Troy: Nora and I will be over right after dinner.

Blair: Great. You and -- yeah, you and Nora come on over.

Troy: Sounds good.

Blair: Ok. Well, I'll see you then.

Troy: All right, you got it.

Blair: Ok. Shall I close the door, Dr. Troy MacIver?

Troy: Yeah, that would be great.

Blair: Ok. Well, you are going to get a lot more than you bargained for, Troy. Sam and Nora will be together. Finally, maybe something good will come out of what Todd did to me.


Téa: What do you think? Think I'm going to start a fashion trend?

Ross: Whoa. That's the happiest shirt I've ever owned. Careful of the bones. Have a seat there.

Téa: Wow. Thank you. I still can't believe you started that fire with two sticks.

Ross: Ahem.

Téa: What?

Ross: Ok. Ok, I have a confession.

Téa: Uh-oh.

Ross: Yeah, my lighter was in the bag, and it actually worked.

Téa: You are such a liar.

Ross: Hey, I've told you, I am nothing but trouble. My etiquette book says that particular fish is supposed to be eaten with the fingers.

Téa: Oh, thank goodness you told me. I was very concerned.

Ross: So you came back alone. I just assumed you'd go see Manning.

Téa: I didn't. I did see him, though. He wouldn't come here for food or water, though.

Ross: Well, at least you got to see him. That's good.

Téa: Why?

Ross: Come on, Téa. You're nuts about the guy.


Todd: They got the food, they've got water. "All you have to do is come by and ask, Todd." Forget it, Téa, I'm not asking for anything. But I'm taking it. Ok. See if this thing still works. I think it does.

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


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

Keri: I want today to be perfect.

Antonio: Me, too.

Lindsay: I have some very important information to tell you.

Jen: Why won't you tell me the secret?

Ross: You are crazy about manning. Now just admit it.

Niki: You got to let Ben die.


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