OLTL Transcript Monday 7/22/02



One Life to Live Transcript Monday 7/22/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Téa: We both need Ross.

Ross: I told you I was going to get you off this island, Téa.

Lindsay: Allison, I smell freedom.

R.J.: I need Lindsay dead today.

Jen: They're keeping something from me, and I don't know what it is.

Cristian: There's something going on with your mom that's definitely not right.

Niki: You just keep sleeping for now.


Ross: This way.

Téa: Does this have to do with Todd?

Ross: It has absolutely nothing to do with Todd. Trust me. Did you doubt me? Don't answer that. All right. Here are the plants.

[Téa laughs]

Ross: Ok. Watch your step.

Téa: Why won't you tell me where we're going?

Ross: Because I know you. You're the kind of girl who loves surprises, and this is a whopper. Feast your eyes on our new yacht.


Todd: You don't -- you don't eat me. I eat you.


Natalie: Oh, come on, Al. Let's get real. We both know I'm not the one trying to break up Jen and Cristian here. It's you.

Al: How do you figure? I walked in on a catfight between you and Jen. What would have happened if I hadn't showed up, huh? Were you going to put her in the hospital?

Natalie: Please, you don't have to worry about your precious Jen. She started it.

Al: No, bull! Ok? Jen doesn't go around starting fights. You do. Everybody knows that. Everybody except that moron Cristian.

Natalie: Why does it make you so mad that Cristian believes in me?

Al: Because he's a two-timing lowlife and Jen deserves better.

Natalie: Oh, what, and you think that Jen's this innocent little Barbie doll? She is a jealous and possessive woman, and she's playing you like a fool.

Al: Save it for Cristian, ok? You have him wrapped around your finger, not me.

Natalie: I do not.

Al: So, what is this deep, dark secret you two have, huh? This dream of yours come true so you'd never have to think about this D.I.D. thing ever again.

Al: What did you tell Cristian that he can't even share with his own girlfriend?


Cristian: I was wondering, when Dr. Davidson went out that window, where was your mom?

Jessica: At the nursery. Why?

Cristian: Well, how do you know?

Jessica: Because she called me from there.

Cristian: She told you she was at the nursery?

Jessica: Yes.

Cristian: Jess, how do you know she was really there?

Jessica: Because she said so. Why? What's going on, Cristian? My mom wouldn't say she was at the nursery if she wasn't.

Cristian: Ok.

Jessica: Besides, when she ran up to the terrace, she had a flat of geraniums. I'll never forget the look on my mom's face.

Cristian: Look, Jess, I'm not doubting you.

Jessica: Really? You could have fooled me. What is with you, Cristian? Why all the questions about my mom?


Lindsay: Oh, no. Great. Another blackout. Well, I might as well stay busy till Allison gets back. Hmm. Wow. Looks like everything is out. Huh, looks like everyone forgot about me, too, but that's ok, because when Allison gets back, we are out of here. Ok, might as well get busy. If I'm going to be in the dark, at least I'm not on the cellblock. That place is scary enough in the light. Whoo! Whoo-wee! That must be Tillie's. Nothing will get the stink out of that. I hope I never have to lay eyes on that beast again.


Natalie: So what makes you think that Cristian and I were talking about some secret? Were you eavesdropping?

Al: Like I'd have to stoop to that.

Natalie: Who knows how low you'd go. Oh. I get it. Jen was upset, so she comes running to you to whine about how much time Cristian and I are spending together.

Al: Stop badmouthing Jen.

Natalie: I'm right, aren't I? Jen's jealous of me and Cristian, so she runs to you because she knows you'll believe everything she says.

Al: What's the big secret, Natalie?

Natalie: What Cristian and I discuss is none of your business. It's private.

Al: I knew it. I knew it! You and Vega are messing around. I knew it!

Natalie: Oh, God, in your dreams.

Al: No, don't you mean in your dreams, Natalie?

Natalie: Oh, shut up, Al!

Al: I am so right about this.

Natalie: No, you're not, but I bet that doesn't stop you from whispering little lies in Jen's ear every chance you get.

Al: You know what? Thanks to you, I don't have to lie.

Natalie: You never quit, do you? I mean, after everything that's happened, you're still after Jen. You'd do anything to get her back, wouldn't you?

Al: This isn't about me.

Natalie: It's always about you where Jen’s concerned. I was there, remember? I saw how you worshipped her and how you said that your life just wouldn't make any sense if Jen wasn't in it. I mean, it's funny because you still believe that you're, like, this angel sent from heaven to protect Jen from evil Cristian’s clutches.

Al: He doesn't deserve her, ok? He has Jen. He has her. And he's fooling around on her with you!


Cristian: Maybe later.

Jessica: No, tell me now. Why the questions about my mom?

Niki: [As viki] oh, Jessica! Honey, would you mind terribly if I had a word alone with Cristian?

Jessica: Sure.

Niki: Good.

Niki: I thought you were going to find your girlfriend.

Cristian: I ran into Jess.

Niki: Yes, and decided to pick up on your little investigation? Now, shouldn't you just leave that to the police?

Cristian: Mrs. Davidson, I told you, I'm just looking out for Natalie.

Niki: Ah, yeah, well, I appreciate that because she needs someone right now.

Cristian: You're right. Someone like her mom.

Niki: Aha, that may be, but under the circumstances --

Cristian: Mrs. Davidson, Natalie did not push Dr. Davidson out that window.

Niki: Well, I would like to believe that, too. I really would. Unfortunately, I can't trust her now. I'd like to, but I can't. And now my first priority has to be my husband, and he's coming home today, so I cannot allow Natalie to be a threat to the well being of my family.

Cristian: Natalie is family. She's your daughter.

Niki: Biologically, yeah. And trust me when I tell you I've tried very hard to get close to her. She makes it extremely difficult. You, on the other hand, seem to have fared a good deal better.

Cristian: Because Natalie’s a good person and she wouldn't hurt anybody.

Niki: Have you completely forgotten what she did to you and Jen and Jessica? Cristian, where are your loyalties?

Cristian: Look, Mrs. Davidson --

Niki: No, just hang on a sec and let me finish, ok? And then I have to go and get my husband's room ready.

Cristian: Ok, go on.

Niki: If you insist on pointing fingers on Natalie’s behalf, do not point them at me, because I was at the nursery when Ben was pushed through the window.

Cristian: Were you?

Niki: Mm-hmm.

Cristian: How do we know that?

Niki: I don't owe you an explanation. But since you obviously won't give me any peace until you get one, I will tell you that I saw someone there -- someone we both know -- who will vouch for my whereabouts 100%.


R.J.: Well, it is lovely.

Keri: Isn't it? Antonio carried it around the entire time we were on Maui, but I never gave him a chance to propose.

R.J.: Well, you mean you couldn't stop talking?

Keri: Yeah, sort of. Can you tell?

R.J.: Sort of. But you're excited. It looks good on you.

Keri: Oh, R.J., I've never been happier in my whole life. But poor Antonio -- I drove him nuts. First of all, when we first got there, I had to make out all my post cards.

R.J.: Well, before you did anything?

Keri: I like to get them out of the way, ok?

R.J.: Hmm.

Keri: Did you get yours yet?

R.J.: No, not yet, but I guess that means I have something to look forward to.

Keri: It's the thought that counts.

R.J.: Oh, and I have the proof right here.

Keri: You sure you like it, because if you don't, I can go back to Maui and get --

R.J.: Keri, Keri, you were thinking of me, so I love it.

Keri: See? I did miss you.

R.J.: Hmm. I missed you, too. I was actually lonely here by myself. I guess I've gotten used to having family around.

Keri: You still have family around, only now it's just going to be a little more family, that's all.

R.J.: Mm-hmm -- Antonio and the Vegas are in my family. That's going to take some getting used to.

Keri: R.J. --

R.J.: No, ok, but don't worry, don't worry. I'm doing it.

Keri: R.J., I know this isn't easy for you, but it's really, really important to me.

R.J.: And so the celebration will be major. I'm going to give you the best engagement party this town's ever seen.

Keri: No, you don't need to do that.

R.J.: Well, now, wait. What's the use in owning a club if I can't throw a party when I want to? Unless Capricorn isn't up to your standards?

Keri: You know that's not true. It's gorgeous.

R.J.: Well, she is named to honor a gorgeous woman.

Keri: R.J., I don't want you putting yourself out for this. You know, after all, we have a wedding to plan.

R.J.: Look, let me do this for you, please? I mean, I can make up for some of the birthdays and graduations that I missed.

Keri: I --

R.J.: What, what, what, what? Are you afraid that Carlotta might boycott?

Keri: Carlotta is fine. She has accepted me.

R.J.: Hmm. Well, I just can't help thinking about the way that woman treated you here in your own home!

Keri: No, no, no, no. She is not "that woman." She's going to be my mother-in-law, and she understands that you come along with the package.

R.J.: Mm-hmm.

Keri: Mm-hmm. And even if she didn't -- well, let's just say that I’m glad it didn't come to that.

R.J.: No one has been as loyal to me as you are.

Keri: You never had a daughter before. That's what we daughters do.

R.J.: Hmm, ok, well, I'm going to do everything I can to earn the faith that you have in me.

Keri: You already have.

R.J.: So then why the lukewarm reception to my party idea?

Keri: Oh, R.J., I would love a party, I would love it, but, you know, I don't want you to feel obligated for this. What I need -- what I need is for you to walk me down the aisle, for you to give me away to the man I love.


[Lindsay shrieks]


Téa: This was here all along? How could we possibly have missed it?

Ross: Well, it was buried under all this brush.

Téa: That must mean someone was here, doesn't it?

Ross: No, it probably just washed ashore during a storm.

Téa: Well, that must mean that it floats.

Ross: I tried it while you were sleeping. It definitely floats.

Téa: Oh! That is amazing! That is amazing! We got a boat! We got a boat! We got a boat! We got a boat! How far do you think it'll take us?

Ross: Far enough.

Téa: Well, how soon can we leave?

Ross: Well, the sooner, the better.

Téa: Yes! Oh!

Ross: I like surprises. Come on.


Todd: All right, crabby. This is it.

Todd: We don't got to fight about it. I got two kids and -- they need me, so I got to eat, and you're just a -- you are just a crab. Oh, you know what? Turn around. I don't want you to have to see this.

Todd: Oh. Don't make me do this, huh?

Todd: Don't make me go to Téa and Ross. Look at you, huh? Don't make me have to cooperate.


Natalie: How many times do I have to tell you Cris and I are just friends?

Al: You are such a liar.

Natalie: And what reality are you living in, Al?

Al: What's the big secret, Natalie?

Natalie: You know, this is more pathetic than your little wheelchair stunt. At least that had a chance of working.

Al: Jen loves me. She loves me. I know it in my heart.

Natalie: And how's the weather in fantasy land these days?

Al: You weren't there that day at the quarry, ok? The day that we made love -- that was real. She loved me then and only me. And when I was paralyzed, she was willing to stay with me for the rest of her life whether I got out of that chair or not! Has anyone ever loved you like that, Natalie?

Natalie: And how did you expect this marriage to work? You were lying before it was even started!

Al: I was going to fix everything! If you had been able to keep your big mouth shut, I would have Jen and you would have Seth.

Natalie: Actually, I wouldn't because you can't trick somebody into loving you, and at least I figured that out.

Al: You ruined my life so that you could look like this good person that you're not.

Natalie: It's not true.

Al: Poor little Natalie had to do the right thing, and it didn't matter who the hell she hurt in the process! If it wasn't for you, I would be married to Jen right now and we would be very happy!

Natalie: Hit the off switch, Al. I have had enough!

Al: So, Natalie, did you do it? Did you push Dr. Davidson out that window? Huh? Did you?


Cristian: Someone saw you at the nursery?

Niki: [As viki] yes. If you must know, it was Roxanne Balsom, Natalie’s own mother. Satisfied? Now, if you will excuse me, I have a lot to do before my husband gets home.

Cristian: Yeah, sure.

Niki: [Normal voice] you nosy little son of a -- hey, you got to watch out, pretty boy, because something bad could happen to you. Accidents are going around.

Jessica: Mom?

Niki: [As viki] oh, gracious. Tsk, tsk, tsk, tsk. Darling, are you ok? Hmm.

Jessica: What is it with Cristian? Why is he acting this way?

Niki: Well, I would suspect that is Natalie’s fault, no? I mean, you've seen how she operates. She's quite the little expert at manipulating men.

Jessica: Well, yeah, but he knows you. I mean, he was practically part of this family.

Niki: Yes. It just goes to show you exactly how devious Natalie can be.


R.J.: Give you away? Really should call it something else. I mean, I just found you. I can't give you away, but I will. I will. I will. I'll do whatever it takes to make you happy.

[Doorbell rings]

R.J.: Henry.

Hank: Hey, R.J.

R.J.: What are you doing in this part of town?

Keri: I called him.

R.J.: Keri said she had some news. Hi.

Keri: I wanted to tell you in person.

Hank: Yeah. Is everything ok?

Keri: Antonio and I are engaged.

Hank: Wow.

[Keri laughs]

Hank: Well, that is great news. Congratulations.

Keri: Thank you.

Hank: You know, I should have guessed. I mean, you're lit up like the fourth of July. May I?

Keri: Of course.

Hank: Thanks.

Ah -- that's great. Congratulations, R.J.

R.J.: Yeah, thank you. I'm gaining a son-in-law who's a cop, no less.

Hank: Yeah. A cop named Vega.

R.J.: Hmm -- I know.

Hank: Hmm -- whom I think is getting the better part of this deal. Hey, Vega, he's a lucky man.

Keri: No, we're both lucky. I can't believe we found each other. But, you know, I guess when it's meant to be, it's just meant to be.

Hank: Yeah. You aren't thinking about moving down to Angel Square, are you?

R.J.: No, no, no. My daughter's not going to go slumming.

Keri: Oh, R.J., we haven't decided where we're going to live. I mean, literally, this just, just happened.

Hank: R.J.?

R.J.: Hmm.

Hank: So, how do you feel about losing your roommate?

Keri: I'm not going anywhere, not until after we're married.

R.J.: Yeah, hmm. How long after? I mean, there's no rush.

Keri: Well, I don't want to go anywhere just yet. I'm getting to know you, and living here makes it so much easier. I'm going to go make some iced tea, ok?

Hank: Wow. I never really bought into the idea that people can change. But seeing you right now, I might become a believer.

R.J.: Well, it's true. Look, having Keri in my life has changed everything. The life, my old life -- it's a thing of the past.

Hank: Hmm. It's easy to say, R.J., but, you know --

R.J.: What? It's true. Look, Henry, from now on I'll walk in the straight and narrow -- for Keri.

R.J.: We don't have a couple of weeks. I need Lindsay dead today.


Lindsay: I have to get back to my cell.

Tillie: Oh, don't worry, Goldilocks. With any luck, you'll never have to see that cell again.

Lindsay: If you touch me, I'll scream.

Tillie: Oh. Do you think the guards are going to bother with you? They're dealing with the blackout. Scream all you want.

Lindsay: Just don't hurt me, Tillie.

Tillie: Hurt you? No way. I'm going to kill you.

Lindsay: If you kill me, I'll be gone.

Tillie: That's the idea.

Lindsay: But you're the one that's going to have to pay for it.

Tillie: If they catch me.

Lindsay: Oh! Of course they're going to catch you. You've been harassing me ever since I got here. I've told people.

Tillie: Oh, yeah, and I know how popular you are on the outside.

Lindsay: You'll be tried for murder.

Tillie: Oh, big deal. I'll get a field trip to the courthouse. Honey, I'm a lifer! They can't take anything else away from me.

Lindsay: Well, maybe, I -- I could make things easier for you in here by a few phone calls or pulling a few strings.

Tillie: No, you've got nothing I can use, lady. My life is set up exactly the way I like it.

Lindsay: You like it in here?

Tillie: Oh, yeah, I did until you showed up with your loudmouth uppity complaints and calling me names and getting me sent into the hole, looking down your perfect little nose at me! You and me ain't no different, princess, not anymore.

Lindsay: Yes, we are. I will never be like you no matter how long I stay in this place.

Tillie: No, visiting hours are over, princess! Say bye-bye!

Lindsay: No, wait! Wait. Just wait. Think about it. Just think. I mean, if you kill me, it'll only make you happy for a minute and then you'll be put in solitary confinement for -- for good. And would it really bring that much satisfaction?

Tillie: Satisfaction? This ain't about that! Killing you is business, plain and simple. It's a job.

Lindsay: Someone paid you to kill me? Who?

Tillie: Well, figure it out, genius. Who hates you more than I do?

Lindsay: R.J. I heard you in the visiting room. You said that you were going to do him a favor. That's it, isn't it? Tell me, damn it! Did R.J. pay you for this?


Hank: I hope you're right, R.J., But I've heard this song performed before.

R.J.: This time I mean it.

Hank: R.J., You've always meant it. But, you know, then you wanted some money or you couldn't help wanting to get even with somebody or there was some woman you wanted so badly that nothing could stop you from getting her. It's just not that easy to change your whole way of life.

R.J.: Listen, my daughter is marrying a Vega, Antonio Vega, so don't talk to me about easy.

Hank: Yeah. That is a disaster waiting to happen.

R.J.: Oh, no. No, it's not. I'm not going to let it. Keri loves this boy, even though I think she's out of her mind and deluding herself.

Hank: R.J. --

R.J.: But look, I'm going to do it. I can do this. I just offered to give them an engagement party at Capricorn. The walls will be crawling with Vegas, the air will be thick with them, but I'm going to do it because Keri -- Keri is the best thing that's ever happened to me.

Hank: Yeah, you're right. She is.

R.J.: So, it'll get easier. It has to.

Hank: Oh, you'll get used to it -- if you last that long.

R.J.: You know how I am once I put my mind to something.

Hank: Yeah, I do, but usually that something is just a little short of legal.

R.J.: Ok, but I get what I want, and this time I want this. I want to bury the hatchet with Antonio so my daughter can be happy.

Hank: I believe you, R.J. But remember this when the going gets tough, because it will.

R.J.: What could be tougher than giving my daughter away to Vega?

Hank: Well, your first Vega grandchild?

[Hank laughs]

R.J.: Now shut up.

Hank: Just testing. Just testing.

R.J.: You know, Henry, I'm finding your lack of faith a little disturbing.

Hank: No, R.J., I have plenty of faith in you. I mean, I really believe you mean it this time. When you're with Keri, you're -- you're a father. You want what's best for her over anything else. You know, maybe -- maybe what you always needed was someone else to live for.

R.J.: Maybe.

Hank: You proved me wrong, R.J. I kept Keri’s existence a secret because I thought that --

R.J.: What? What? You thought I'd turn her into me?

Hank: Run her life somehow. You know, it's pretty hard to predict that you would rise to the challenge the way you have. So for whatever it's worth, that makes me very happy.

[Pager beeps]

R.J.: Well, saved by the pager.

Hank: Oh, yeah. Well, there you go. Duty calls. Listen, would you just tell Keri that we can have a rain check on that tea? We'll do it soon.

R.J.: Yeah, yeah. Sure.

Hank: R.J.? You and I, we -- we took a different road growing up. And I blame myself for what happened to you every day.

R.J.: Well -- well, I do, too. But I guess -- I guess it wasn't all your fault.

Hank: The bottom line is I'm the big brother. I think I could have, should have done something different. I don't know, could have -- you could have had a better chance at a better life. Look, R.J., I have always loved you. I doubt that I could love you any more than I do. But if I had just paid more attention --

R.J.: You don't have to say this.

Hank: But today, you're a good man, R.J. You're a wonderful father, and I'm so damn proud of you. Come on. Come on.


Al: Did you do it, Natalie? Did you push Dr. Davidson out that window? It's written all over your face. You're guilty as sin. You know, even Jessica, who never has anything bad to say about anybody, thinks you did it. Even your mother thinks you did it.

Natalie: My mother hates me.

Al: Yeah, well, maybe now.

Natalie: No, it wasn't just now. She always has.

Al: You know what? I don't believe that. Mrs. Davidson is just not like that.

Natalie: Really? And what would you know about that, huh? I heard her -- "I hate my daughter." Her exact words!

Al: I still don't hear you denying it, Natalie. Come on! Tell me that your mom and Jessica are wrong. Tell me that you're innocent. Come on. I really want to hear you say it.

Natalie: I'm not discussing this with you.

Al: I knew you couldn't deny it, not to your old partner in crime.

Natalie: I don't like you, Al, and I really don't care what you think of me. You're not worth the effort.

Al: You know what, Natalie? I really can't wait to see how this thing plays out. I have a feeling that your luck's going to run out real soon, and when it does, I hope they lock you up and throw away the key so that you can't hurt any more innocent people.

Natalie: Oh. Well, I hope you're talking about yourself because you are not innocent.

Al: What about Dr. Davidson? He's innocent, huh?

Natalie: I can't wait until Jen figures you out and she knows that you are still the same lying and cheating person as you always were.

[Phone rings]

Natalie: Hello.

Cristian: Natalie, it's me. Where are you?

Natalie: I'm at the Break Bar, but I'm leaving.

Cristian: You sound upset. You ok?

Natalie: Yeah -- or I will be. What's up?

Cristian: Well, look, something's come up. We need to talk. Why don't you meet me at the park, that clearing past the band shell?

Natalie: Sure, yeah. I'll be there. I'm on my way.


Téa: We've got all the fruit in the overnight bag.

Ross: That and the crabmeat ought to last us. You know, the more I think about it, the more it makes sense -- why this island isn't reachable. It's the underwater rocks.

Téa: Boats can't get through?

Ross: Not of any size. But, hey, if they won't come to us, we will go to them, man.

Téa: You're sure they're not too far away?

Ross: I'm positive. Ships galore out there. As soon as these crabs are cooked, we'll go find them.

Téa: Great. I'm going to go tell Todd he needs to get ready.

Ross: Hold it, Téa. We're not taking Todd.

Téa: What? Why not?

Ross: You saw the boat. It only holds two.


Keri: Where's Hank?

R.J.: Oh, the D.A. had to go put some poor slob in jail, so I will have his.

Keri: You know, I got to tell you; you guys are starting to actually act like brothers.

R.J.: Oh. Well, you know, before you came to Llanview, henry and I were brothers in name only, but now I guess we're starting to act like brothers are supposed to act -- or so I hear.

Keri: And he's also quite a handle on this overprotective uncle thing.

R.J.: Well, yeah. Now, I don't know -- I know what family was supposed to feel like, but, I mean, just now, henry was like a friend or something.

Keri: It feels really good to know that maybe I had something to do with that.

R.J.: Are you kidding? Look, knowing you is -- you have no idea how fundamentally you've changed my life.

Keri: I hope that's true. You've definitely changed my life. I never knew, never imagined what it would be like having a father, but it's exceeded all my expectations.

R.J.: Oh, I'm no poster boy for fatherhood or anything, but I got to tell you, my having a child who's so beautiful and accomplished and as kind as you are -- well, it's got to be a miracle.

Keri: Now you are embarrassing me.

R.J.: You have nothing to be embarrassed about. You're terrific. Your mother did a great job raising you. I just want you to know that -- well, since you came into my life, I love you so much I'd -- I'd do anything for you, anything at all.


Tillie: R.J.? R.J. Who?

Lindsay: Don't play dumb with me. I was standing there when you were talking to him.

Tillie: First, I'm a beast, and now I'm dumb. You just watch your yap, Rappaport, or you're going to have an even shorter life and your death will be a hell of a lot more painful!

Lindsay: I'm not scared of you. You don't scare me.

Tillie: I scare everybody. I'm scary.

Lindsay: Tell me -- who paid you to do this, if I'm going to die anyway?

Tillie: I'll never tell

Lindsay: You know R.J. I know you do.

Tillie: Oh, yeah, sure, I know him -- not enough to kill for him, but I met him.

Lindsay: I don't believe you, and I know R.J. hates me.

Tillie: Everybody hates you.

Lindsay: Don't get involved with him, Tillie. He'll turn on you in a minute!

Tillie: Oh, I'm not buddy-buddy with your pal R.J. We've met, that's it.

Lindsay: He doesn't know loyalty. He's evil.

Tillie: I like evil. You know where you stand.

Lindsay: I know I heard you, in the visiting room. And you -- you said you were going to do him a favor. You said, "Consider it done."

Tillie: So, this guy R.J. hates you enough to have you whacked, huh?

Lindsay: You know he does.

Tillie: Oh, gee, I wish you had told me about that earlier because maybe I could have cut him in on the deal.

Lindsay: Are you saying R.J. didn't hire you to kill me?

Tillie: Oh. You got that right.

Lindsay: Then who?

Tillie: It's a group effort, kind of like when the office buys lotto tickets. Of course, we're not allowed to gamble, so we get our kicks other ways. The gals on the block put a bounty on your head and they chipped in for enough cigarettes to last me two lifetimes -- well, consecutive, of course.

Lindsay: The other inmates paid you to kill me?

Tillie: Well, the guards and Mrs. Sharp chipped in. Of course, they wanted to watch. I don't like an audience, unless I'm singing. And I don't sing when I kill. I hum.

Lindsay: No. No, no, no.

Tillie: Oh, it's not just me, Rappaport. Everybody hates you. As far as they're concerned, I'm doing them a public service.

Lindsay: Please. Please.

Tillie: Say good night, princess.


Niki: [As viki] He's still improving? Oh! Oh, my goodness, that's such a relief. Well, yes, I only came home to get a few things ready for him, you know, but just being away from him for a second, I was frantic, I mean, you know, having almost lost him. Oh, yes, you're right, we must not dwell on that, nurse. We just have to realize how blessed we are that he is getting well so soon, right?

Jessica: Would it be ok if I go?

Niki: Oh, yes, Darling. No, I'm fine, I'm fine. Bye, darling. Bye.

[Normal voice] Yeah, nurse? I want him dressed and ready to travel as soon as I show up. You got that? Yeah, right, overjoyed. This is over, I'm headed for the beach and a bucket of margaritas. At least that pain in the butt Cristian knows that I have a rock-solid alibi. That ought to shut him up but good.


Cristian: Hey, Natalie. What is it? What's wrong?

Natalie: It's Al. He asked me if I pushed Ben. He thinks that I did it. God, why didn't I just go to Bo when I had the chance?

Cristian: Because you can't confess to something you don't remember. What if the real criminal's still out there somewhere?

Natalie: Just I can't take any more of this. I just want it to be over!

Cristian: There's something not right about any of this.

Natalie: I did it, Cristian. There is no one else who could've done it. I did it.

Cristian: No. Look, I ran into Mrs. Davidson, and I'm telling you, Natalie, there's something strange going on with her.

Natalie: Yeah, hi, her daughter tried to kill her husband.

Cristian: I'm telling you, you didn't do it. Look, besides, it's not even that. It's a lot more. She has an alibi. She says she was buying some geraniums or something like that, but I don't buy it.

Natalie: Why?

Cristian: Call it a gut feeling. I'm going to check it out.

Natalie: What if Viki’s telling the truth? I mean, what if I did it? What if I did push Ben?

Cristian: Natalie, come on --

Natalie: I mean, what if I try to do something worse the next time?


Todd: Well, kids, daddy ain't doing so great. In fact, I'm starting to think that maybe daddy came all this way so I could die.


Téa: Ross, I know the boat is small, but we couldn't fit one more person?

Ross: No. You think I'd leave Manning behind if there was room? Look, if we overload the boat and we hit some rough seas, which we will, we'll swamp. No one will survive.

Téa: The boat only holds two people.

Ross: And that's it. Téa? Are you coming with me or are you staying here?


Lindsay: I don't want to die like this, not in prison.

Tillie: You're all out of quarters, Lady. Kind of like it's poetic, ain't it, like "Beauty and the beast." Hmm, hmm, chalk one up for the animals.

[Lindsay screams]

Tillie: Yeah, yeah, go on and ream. I like it like that.

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


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

Shawna: I'm suing you and Llanview University.

Ross: You want to get off the island, right? This is your chance.

Troy: You got a lot of nerve showing up here after the stunt you pulled last night.

Gabrielle: I desperately need the money.

Joel: Meaning what?

Tillie: No one is going to help you now.


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