OLTL Transcript Friday 7/26/02



One Life to Live Transcript Friday 7/26/02

By Amanda
Proofread by Kathy

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

Mrs. Sharp: Sound the alarm! We've had a breakout.

Lindsay: We did it.

Troy: There's no hard feelings. Come on.

Blair: Ok. Thanks.

Troy: Good.

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


Natalie: You think it was --

Cristian: Your mom.

Natalie: In the red wig.


Niki: I think I'll hang on to this. Never know when Natalie might have to make another appearance.


Lindsay: Allison, let me out of here!

Allison: No.

Lindsay: We're supposed to be friends. We planned this escape together, remember?

Allison: Yeah, and you remember the deal? If I led you through those vents, you’d provide a getaway car on the outside? Well, I kept my half of the bargain. But I don't see any car, so I don't see you getting out.

Lindsay: He'll be here, I promise.

Allison: I've had many promises made to me. Now, why should I believe that, huh? You stupid blonde!

Lindsay: He'll be here. Because he can't afford not to. There he is. See? He's here.

Allison: Maybe, maybe not.

Lindsay: Who else would be coming down this road?

Allison: The cops!


Blair: You are good, Blair Manning. Even Aunt Dorian would be proud of you with this little plan. Within a few hours, Nora will be telling Troy that she doesn't want to see him again. Then she'll be ready to go back to her love of her life, Sam, and he will never even know that did it. Yes. What's that number? Just thanking you, Sam.

[Phone rings]

Man: Lone Pine Motel.

Blair: Bart.

Man: Yes?

Blair: Hi, it's Blair Manning. How did Nora Buchanan react to the news about Troy MacIver?

Bart: Who?

Blair: The woman that I'm paying you to give the story to.

Bart: The redhead, yeah. She hasn't shown up yet.

Blair: Are you sure?

Bart: I see everyone who comes in or out.

[Phone rings]

Bart: Hold on. I have another call.

Blair: She hasn't shown up to the motel yet? She's probably picking herself up off the floor. She will. She'll show up. She has to.


[Phone rings]

Troy: Hello? Dr. MacIver’s.

Nora: Hey. Have a minute for your favorite attorney?

Troy: Hey, Nora. What's going on?

Nora: Well, I was actually going to ask you the same thing.


Rae: You're really enjoying watching my whole world crumble, aren't you, Asa?

Asa: I am tickled pink.

Rae: I've lost my career, my reputation. Every cent I have will be tied up in lawsuits. I've been barred from even entering my own house, and you're thrilled. That's just great.

Asa: You got exactly what you deserve, Gretel.

Rae: You know what, you don't fool me, Asa. I know what this is really about.


Jen: Tell me what's going on between you two. Where did Cristian go, and why are you taking a room in some hotel?

Natalie: Look, Jen, I know you're real jealous and everything, but I don't have time for this right now. I've got to go.

Jen: And do what? Find a way to lure Cristian to your hotel room?

Natalie: Uh, no, Jen. You couldn't be more wrong.

Jen: I don't think so. I think you're doing everything possible to get Cristian into your bed.


Niki: God, I cannot believe that Ben is still alive after going through that window. He's got to have some hard head. That's all right -- one swig of this little cocktail, he'll kick the bucket. And this time it's going to stay kicked, and finally I'll be free.


Niki: Who's there?


Bart: Sorry. You still there?

Blair: Yes. Just don't forget how to play it when Nora Buchanan gets there.

Bart: We've been over this a dozen times.

Blair: Yeah, and you know what, we're going to keep on going over it until you get it right. I've already given you the down payment, and you don't get the rest of the cash until the job is done.

Bart: I tell the redhead Nora Buchanan that Dr. MacIver’s a regular, that we ought to put in a revolving door on his room for all the women coming in and out.

Blair: Absolutely perfect.

Starr: Mommy?

Blair: I got to go.

Starr: Matthew and his daddy are here.

Blair: Hey, Sam. I was just thinking about you.

Sam: Good thoughts, I hope.

Blair: Yes. How are you, Matthew?

Matthew: I'm going camping out tonight.

Blair: Wait a minute. Is that tonight?

Starr: So remember I told Matthew that he could borrow my sleeping bag?

Blair: I do remember, and I guess we'd better go get it for him. Do you know where it is?

Starr: Yeah, I'll go get it.

Blair: Ok, well, ask Hedy to help you, ok, Sweetie?

Starr: Mom, I can get it.

Blair: Just ask Hedy. Please?

Starr: Fine.

Sam: Thank you for letting us borrow it.

Blair: Hey, I'm the one that should be thanking you for all the things that you have done for me in regards to Todd.

Sam: Well, camping out in the community center -- pretty exciting.

Blair: Well, you know what, I think you should consider yourself lucky because the last time that we took Starr camping -- oh my gosh, it was a total disaster.

Sam: Is she afraid of the dark?

Blair: No. She was furious because she didn't see a bear.

Sam: Listen, we've got to go over those divorce papers you had me draw up.

Blair: I know, and -- well, I've just been so busy with kids, the house, you know --

Sam: Yeah. No, I know. I know. I've been there. I know how difficult it can be to finalize things, especially when there are still feelings.

Blair: You're talking about me?

Sam: Yeah. It's ok. It's ok. Sometimes you just need help resolving them.

Blair: Yeah. I guess sometimes we do.


Nora: I just wanted to ask you if -- do you want to go out for dinner tonight?

Troy: Dinner? I thought you had a meeting tonight.

Nora: Oh, it's a tour of Matthew’s school. It shouldn't take more than an hour.

Troy: Nora, I'm sorry. I can't make it tonight. I have to work.

Nora: I thought you had tonight off. At least that's what your schedule said.

Troy: Yeah, but it changed because I thought you would be busy. Listen, Nora, I got to run. I have to scrub and get ready for surgery. But I'll talk to you in the morning, all right?

Nora: Troy?

Troy: Yeah?

Nora: I love you.

Troy: I love you, too. Hey, Emily. How was your physical?

Emily: Long.

Troy: Long? Well, did you at least pass?

Emily: Yeah.

Troy: Well, see? There you go.

Emily: So you're working tonight? I thought you were going to be off.

Troy: No, I am off.

Emily: Then I don't get it. Why'd you lie to Nora?


Nora: Please, Nora, there's a perfectly harmless explanation as to why he has the key in the pocket, you know? It's a gag. That's it. It's a gag. Or he found it. He found it and was going to mail it back to them. Yeah?

Nora: Or it just doesn't matter. How about that?

[Doorbell rings]

Nora: Hi, Hank.

Hank: Wow. Nora, I get better receptions from defendants.

Nora: I'm sorry. Come on in. Just kind of a little preoccupied at the moment.

Hank: Yeah, well, obviously not about Keri’s news.

Nora: What news?

Hank: Well, I thought you would have heard by now. Or maybe I should wait and let her tell you herself.

Nora: Antonio proposed. They're getting married. Is that right?

Hank: Wow. Impressive.

Nora: That's wonderful.

Hank: You're a mind reader.

Nora: Oh, no, I'm not really. I'm certainly not a mind reader of some people's minds.

Hank: Ok, let me guess. This is about Troy. I thought things were going great between you two.

Nora: Oh, I don't want to -- ok, yeah, they were until I found this in his coat pocket.

Hank: Nora, you were snooping.

Nora: I was not snooping. I was actually looking there for something else, and who could miss that?

Hank: The Lone Pine Motel.

Nora: Well, everyone knows why you go there.

Hank: Yeah, well, not for the view, that's for sure. So I take it you haven't talked to Troy about this?

Nora: Oh, no, no, no.

Hank: Why not?

Nora: Oh, no, I was going to. I -- I wanted to.

Hank: What stopped you, Nora?

Nora: Well, he told me that he was working tonight, and for some reason I just didn't believe him.

Hank: Well, that's not good.

Nora: You think I should question him?

Hank: I think you should question yourself. Do you trust him or don't you?


Niki's voice: [As Viki’s] Natalie was in the room. You remembered red hair.

Pete: Mr. Davidson?

Ben: Hey, Pete, what's up?

Pete: I was trimming the shrubs and found this.

Ben: A book?

Pete: Yeah.

Ben: No. No.

Niki: Ah, it must have been that disgusting gargoyle-looking dog from next door. I can't stand that dog.


Cristian: All right. There's got to be something here that proves Natalie didn't push Dr. Davidson out that window and that Mrs. Davidson did.


Lindsay: It can't be the cops.

Allison: Well, the thing is, I'm not sticking around to find out. Enjoy the rats.

Lindsay: Where do you think you're going without a car?

Allison: I'll hitch.

Lindsay: You're wearing prison clothes, Alison.

Allison: Listen, if the cops come, I'm telling them you forced me to go with you.

R.J.: Lindsay? Where are you?

Lindsay: R.J., R.J., I'm over here. You have to open up the vent and let me out.

Allison: You're late!

R.J.: You should be thankful I'm here at all.

Allison: You're still late.

R.J.: Better late than crazy. I bet you two had a lot of fun together.

Lindsay: You don't know how happy I am to see you.

R.J.: Well, that makes one of us.

Lindsay: You don't know how bad it is in there with all the rats and the snakes and the spiders. I can't wait to take a shower and spruce my hair.

R.J.: Lindsay, Lindsay -- I do not care. I have my own life I need to get back to, right? So here. Here are your fake I.D.S, ok? And this is some money. This is all you're going to get from me, so, please, be frugal. Here are the car keys. Car is down the road by the old abandoned gas station. The plates are untraceable.

Allison: What about a safe house? You promised us a place to stay.

R.J.: Look, I don't know you. I'm not going to talk to you. I'm dealing with Lindsay. Lindsay, this is the address. Now we are done. Even, hmm? Next time take your business elsewhere.

Lindsay: Hold it right there. What are you trying to pull? This isn't a safe house. It's Rae Cummings' address.


Rae: This is because you hated the court-appointed therapy sessions, right?

Asa: You are so damn right, lady. I ought to sue the judge for sending me to a phony therapist.

Rae: I knew exactly what I was doing in those sessions, and you know it.

Asa: Well, I suggest you get a much better defense, Gretel.


Natalie: You want to know what's really going on?

Jen: Only if you're ready to tell me the truth.

Natalie: The truth is that I have tried to be nice to you.

Jen: By helping Al fake his paralysis so I'd stay with him?

Natalie: Oh, my God. How many times do I have to apologize for that?

Jen: Until you mean it.

Natalie: Ok, so you won't accept my apology, just the way you can't accept the fact that Cristian and I are just friends -- nothing more, just friends.

Jen: Because I know what's really going on?

Natalie: What's really going on here are that you have the most incredible, faithful guy, and you're just too insecure and jealous to appreciate him.

Jen: Don't turn this around so it's my fault.

Natalie: There is nothing going on between Cristian and I. It's all in your head, probably because you're too possessive of him. You know, you learned all the wrong things from your mother.

Jen: And what did you learn from your mother?

Natalie: Not to be like her.

Al: All right, lay off, Natalie.

Natalie: No, you lay off! This is none of your business.

Al: Yeah, well, when somebody's attacking one of my friends, I make it my business.

Natalie: So let me get this aright -- you can be friends with a guy you slept with, but Cristian can't be friends with me?

Jen: You're not interested in just friendship.

Natalie: Go ahead, Jen, keep this up. Keep this up, and Cristian’s going to run as far away as he possibly can from you and you're never going to get him back. And you know what? You'll have no one to blame but yourself.


Cristian's voice: Your mother's alibi is as bogus as they come.

Natalie: Yeah, but she had the flowers. Jessica said that she dropped a flat of geraniums when she saw Ben.

Cristian: Yeah, that is true.

Natalie: Wait, no, no, no -- the gardener sometimes leaves flats of flowers in the garden shed so that he can get back to them when he has a chance to plant them.

Cristian: This is where the flowers must have been. She was never at the nursery. She was here the whole time. She just grabbed a few these and went to the terrace after -- wait a minute. A few flowers are not going to prove that Mrs. Davidson pushed Dr. Davidson out that window.


Vice: You are not going to hurt Ben again.

Niki: Get lost, will you? I'm in charge. That's how it stays.

Vice: No. I'm coming back.

Niki: Yeah, you keep telling yourself that. And stay out of my way!

Vice: I'm coming back, and so is Ben’s memory.


Ben: Wait -- the gardener. The book. That wasn't a dream. That was a memory.


Alison: Rae Cummings? Are you trying to get us sent back to the loony bin?

R.J.: The house is empty.

Lindsay: Until she gets home.

R.J.: She's not coming home. Trust me.

Lindsay: I wouldn't trust you. Tillie tried to kill me today.

R.J.: What's that got to do with Rae’s house or me?

Lindsay: You know Tillie.

R.J.: So?

Lindsay: I tell you I have to escape from prison and that I need your help, and then all of a sudden I have her big, fat paws around my neck!

R.J.: Well, then it sounds like I helped you get out just in time.

Lindsay: And now you want us to go to Rae’s house?

R.J.: The house is empty.

Lindsay: And why is the house empty?

R.J.: It turns out that Rae is a fraud.

Allison: She is not. She's an excellent therapist. She got me an unconditional release from St. Ann's.

R.J.: Well, now half of Llanview is suing her, hmm? And to keep her from removing any records from the house, the police have cordoned it off and barred her from entering. So no one will be looking for her or you or anyone else there.

Lindsay: If the police have cordoned it off, then how are we supposed to get in?

R.J.: Because I checked it out. There's an open window on the ground level. Even you should be able to slip in, and you can be cool there until you're ready to make your next move.

Lindsay: If you're setting us up, it's not only Nora and the police that are going to find out you gave me that drug. It'll be your daughter, too, don't forget.

R.J.: Listen, you asked me to find you a safe place. I found it. If you don't want to use it, fine. You've always got the option of taking the money, the car, and the I.D. and just disappearing someplace.

Allison: Actually, there's another choice, too.


Asa: Oh, Gretel, I feel real fine about myself. The only thing that I felt about you and those phony therapy sessions was sick to my stomach.

Rae: Well, now, isn't that a good story, Asa? We both know that I hit a nerve with you. And one of these days you're going to have to face your issues because if you don't, they will destroy you.


Jen: I have no intention of losing Cristian, and I'm not just going to sit back while you try to steal him away from me.

Natalie: You didn't hear a word I said, did you?

Jen: I heard you. I just didn't believe you.

Natalie: So, ok, you are friends with Al after everything that he did. But me, you hate.

Jen: To put it mildly.

Natalie: And you think that I'm capable of doing all these horrible things?

Jen: Yeah, I know you are.

Natalie: Ok, fine. But what about Cristian? I mean, what do you think of him? Do you really think that he's capable of cheating on you? Because he's not. He wouldn't do that with anyone. In fact, right now he's doing a wonderfully incredible thing, and it's too bad that you don't trust him enough to know that. Because in my book, if you love someone, you also trust them.

Jen: It is not him I don't trust.

Natalie: Oh, yeah? Well, you could've fooled me. You know what? I'm going to go back to my hotel room now -- alone, without Cristian.

Al: Listen, don't let Natalie get to you, ok? I mean, you're right not to trust her. She's a nut. She pushed Dr. Davidson out that window.

Jen: I mean, I don't know. Am I being too possessive? Maybe I'm pushing Cristian away. I mean, you told me that you thought something was going on between him and Natalie, didn't you? You told me so.

Al: Well, I may have been overreacting a little bit when I said that.

Jen: Really?

Al: Yeah, yeah, I'm sure that Cristian loves you as much as he's capable of loving anyone --

Jen: Al, come on.

Al: And that there's a perfectly innocent reason for why he's been spending so much time with Natalie.

Jen: Then why won't he tell me what it is?

Al: I don't know. But I think that you should find him and you two should hash it out before you get yourself any more upset.

Jen: I can’t.

Al: Why not?

Jen: Because I don't know where he is. He ran off. He didn't tell me where he was going or why. I don't even know if he's going to come home tonight.

Al: I'm sorry. I didn't realize.


[Phone rings]

Cristian: Hello?

Natalie: Hey, it's me. Did you find anything?

Cristian: No. No, not really. But I'm not going to give up. There's got to be something here.

Natalie: Maybe there isn’t. I mean, maybe this was all just wishful thinking.

Cristian: No, it wasn't, Natalie. Ok, you did not push Dr. Davidson out that window, and we both know who did.

Natalie: I don't know.

Cristian: Well, I do. Your mom had to have left something here that we could use to prove it.

Natalie: This just doesn't make any sense. Viki and Ben are in love.

Cristian: Look, Natalie, I'll meet you back at the Bayberry Inn as soon as I get the evidence. If I get the evidence. I must have missed something here.


Viki: It's all just a matter of time now. Things are closing in on you. You won't be able to stop me from coming back and you won't be able to stop Ben from remembering.

Niki: Says you.

Vice: It's all coming to an end now, and things are going to end badly for you.

Ben: Viki?

Niki: Damn it! Look what you made me do!

Ben: Viki?

Niki: What? [As Viki] I mean, what is it? I'm here.

Ben: I had this dream, but it wasn't really a dream. It was more like a memory trying to break through.

Niki: Oh, really? Are you sure? What was it?

Ben: Yeah, it's all mixed up, but it was definitely a memory. I remember what happened just before I went out the window. I remember red hair.

Niki: Natalie's red hair, right?

Ben: Yeah, but I didn't see Natalie’s face, and I remember a book -- "Murder and how to get away with it.”

Niki: Did Natalie have that?

Ben: No, Pete handed it to me.

Niki: The gardener?

Ben: Yeah.

Niki: What are you doing?

Ben: I'm calling Bo. Maybe he can pull all this together.


Troy: I didn't lie to Nora. I just didn't tell her what was really going on because I don't want to spoil the surprise dinner that I have planned for her tonight.

Emily: Wow, you big romantic.

Troy: Well --

Emily: Where are you taking her?

Troy: Actually, nowhere. We're having dinner at home.

Emily: You're cooking?

Troy: No, let's not get too carried away. I mean, we both know how limited my cookbook is, and I want this to be special, you know.

Emily: So?

Troy: So, you know how Nora’s always joking around about how her oven has never been used? Well, tonight I figure I'm going to change all that. I went out and I hired the chef from the St. Denis, and he is going to come by Nora’s house and he's going to cook a private dinner for the both of us.

Emily: But if you told her you're working, won't she go home and ruin the surprise?

Troy: See, that's the beauty because Nora has to go take a tour of Matthew’s school tonight. So by the time she comes home, walking through that door, the magic will have already happened.

Emily: And my brother Troy is the best magician in the world.

Emily: Uh, what'd I miss?

Troy: Well, it's nothing. It's just that when Nora and I first started dating, I had planned this romantic evening, you know, with candles and music and wine and -- I don't know -- somehow it seemed all wrong.

Emily: It sounds romantic to me.

Troy: Well, yeah, you would think. But it just wasn't right for where Nora and I were at that time. And when I told Nora how I felt, she was great with it. I mean, that's probably where we first started connecting as a couple.

Emily: And now?

Troy: And now I know her and I know what she likes. And I'm not just trying to do a number on her. I don't know -- I just want her to know how much I really love her.

Emily: I think she knows.

Troy: I hope so. Because music will be playing, the candles will be lit, the champagne will be chilling, and the aromas of her favorite dishes will be coming from the kitchen.

Emily: But doesn't Nora like junk food?

Troy: Exactly. -

Emily: She'll love it.

Troy: I know she will. Because I know Nora very well, the same way that she’s getting to know me.


Nora: Do I trust Troy?

Hank: Not long ago, you were concerned about all the things you didn't know about him.

Nora: Oh, yeah, but since then he's really opened up.

Hank: Has that continued?

Nora: Well, yeah. I mean, I don't know everything. Neither does he. But isn't that what a relationship is all about? Gradually getting to know each other deeper and deeper over time?

Hank: Yeah, well, that works for me.

Nora: Well, that's what I want with Troy. Of course I trust him.

Hank: I thought so.

Nora: I'm going to go put this back in his lab coat and never mention a thing about it.

Hank: You really love the guy.

Nora: Yeah, I do. Thank you so much for all your help.

Hank: Hey, hey, I just listen, huh? Come on, you did the work.

Nora: Yeah, and thank you for the news about Keri and Antonio.

Hank: Uh, yeah. You didn't hear that from me.

Nora: Oh, ok.

Hank: Ok? And remember that. So when she tells you, act surprised.

Nora: Ok, I promise I will. Bye.

Hank: Bye.


Starr: Yeah.

Sam: That's an awful lot of equipment for just one night.

Starr: It's all important stuff, right, Matthew?

Matthew: Right.

Blair: Starr, you're being very generous here.

Starr: Well, Matthew’s my friend.

Blair: I don't know, Sam. You think you're going to be able to manage all of this?

Sam: I think so. Thank you.

Blair: I don't know.

Starr: Hey, I got a great idea. You can come to the circus with us this week. They have lots of tigers and everything.

Matthew: I'm going to the circus with Dr. Troy.

Starr: Dr. -- You are, like, so lucky! Dr. Troy's, like, so cool.

Sam: Matthew, come on, it's time to go. Let's go.

Starr: Wait. We forgot the canteens in the kitchen.

Blair: Sam, look, I am so sorry.

Sam: Don't be. It just takes some getting used to, that's all. And I am, now that Troy is a part of Nora’s life.

Blair: You know what, I don't think I could be this generous.

Sam: Hey, look, I don't think much of Troy, but he seems to be a decent guy.

Blair: Well, we'll see. There you go.

Sam: What? What did you say?

Blair: Here's this one.

Sam: Did you say something?

Matthew: Let's go, Daddy.

Sam: Ok.

Blair: You want to carry that one? It's kind of heavy. Starr, you want to get the door for us, baby?

Starr: Yeah, sure.

Blair: Thank you.

Starr: All right, bye.

Blair: Thanks, Sam.

Starr: Make sure you don't wreck anything, ok?

Blair: Starr!

Starr: What?

Sam: See you later.

Blair: Bye, Sam! Bye, Matthew!

Starr: Bye, Matthew!

Blair: Now let's guess what time it is. Hmm, I think it's Starr Manning’s bath time.

Starr: I don't want to.

Blair: I know you don't. But guess what -- you are. Upstairs, young lady.

Starr: No, I don't want to --

Blair: Yeah, now. Ok. Thank you, and I love you. Ok. Let's see.

[Phone rings]

Bart: Lone Pine Motel.

Blair: It's Blair Manning. Has Nora Buchanan arrived yet?

Bart: I haven't seen her.

Blair: Well, did she at least call?

Bart: Sorry. Is there something more that I can do?

Blair: Just keep a lookout, all right? Thanks. What is taking her so long? "Buchanan" --

[Phone rings]

Nora: Hello?

Blair: Nora.

Nora: Blair?

Blair: Yeah, it's me. I was -- I just wanted to tell you that there was no rush to bring back that camping equipment that Matthew borrowed.

Nora: Fine.

Blair: You know, and if you want to hold on to it, you know --

Nova: Blair, I really don't have the time to chat right now. I'm on my way to the hospital.

Blair: Why? Is something wrong?

Nora: What? No, no, no. I just want to drop something off at Troy’s office before he gets out of surgery. Thank you very much for the camping equipment, though, ok? Thanks, bye.

Blair: Why is she going to the hospital instead of the motel? I think I'm just going to have to give her another little nudge.


Jen: I can't stand this. I can't stand knowing that Cristian and Natalie have this secret that they're keeping from me.

Al: I understand that.

Jen: But what could it be?

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.? It's kind of hard not to imagine the worst, huh?

Jen: I'm trying to trust Cristian. I am.

Al: Hey, listen, why don't you let me take you home.

Jen: No, no. That's the last place I want to be. I don't want to sit there alone just wondering where Cristian is, wondering when he's going to come home, if he's going to come home.

Cristian: Ok, ok, ok. What about your dad's house? How about spending the night there?

Jen: Maybe that's a good idea.

Al: Listen, I promise you, tomorrow morning everything is going to seem a lot clearer.

Jen: You think so?

Al: Yeah, and for tonight, forget about anything Natalie said, ok? You are not the one who's done anything wrong here.

Jen: It's hard to forget.

Al: My car is out front.

Jen: I'm just going to freshen up a little bit.

Al: Ok.

Rae: Al?

Al: Great. What do you want?

Rae: Believe me, I wasn't trying to listen --

Al: Oh, no, but you just couldn't help overhear, right?

Rae: It is a mistake, Al.

Al: You know what? Why don't you get a life -- preferably your own.

Rae: These lingering feelings you have for Jen -- they're only going to cause trouble.

Al: Listen, if I need some advice, I'll go and find a real shrink and ask for it. But I don’t. So butt out, Gretel

Rae: I care about what happens to you, Al. Get yourself some help.

Natalie: Al, she may not be a real shrink, but she sure got your number.

Al: You can butt out, too, Natalie.

Natalie: So, where's Jen? Rounding up a posse to try to find Cris?

Al: We all know where Cristian is. He's in your hotel room, isn't he?

Natalie: I am so not getting into this.

Al: Yeah? Well, then why'd you come back?

Natalie: Because I can't find my keys, as if it's any of your business.

Al: Oh, maybe Cristian has them. Maybe they're at the Bayberry Inn. You know, Natalie, I really hope that you got your room on the first floor because I would hate for you to push anybody else out of any second-story windows.

Natalie: You know what, maybe they -- they're in the car. But if I were you, I would take Dr. Cummings' advice.

Al: Yeah, this coming from a total psycho.

Al: Well, Natalie’s going to be in her hotel room. Jen's going to be at her father's, and Cristian's going to be wherever Cristian is. Looks like I might finally have a chance to make things work out. If I’m going to do something, I'm going to have to do it tonight.


Blair: So you're positive it was Nora Buchanan that you saw go into Dr. MacIver’s office? Ok, great. And he is definitely not there? Ok, thank you. I knew it was a good idea to have a "Sun" reporter at the hospital. I just didn't know how well.


Troy: I can't wait to see the look on Nora’s face.


Nora: I trust him.

[Phone rings]

Nora: It's as simple as that.


Troy’s voice: You've reached Dr. Troy MacIver's private line. Please leave a message after the tone.

[Answering machine beeps]

Hedy: [Disguised voice] Liebchen, I'm waiting for you in our special motel room. [Normal voice] Mrs. Manning --

Blair: No, no, don't stop. Go on.

Hedy: [Disguised voice] please, Liebchen, hurry.


Allison: I have a perfect way to make sure your friend doesn't double-cross us. You'll ride with me in the getaway car, and if we get to Doc Cummings' house and the police are there, they'll arrest you as our accomplice.

Lindsay: It works for me.

R.J.: What about the car I drove here?

Allison: Lindsay will take it and follow us.

Lindsay: Ooh, that works for me, too.

Allison: And just to make sure you don't --

Lindsay: Hey!

Allison: Decide to go off on your own --

Lindsay: Come on!

Allison: You'll get it back.


R.J.: Let's go! I'm not going to be caught here!

Allison: Come on!


Ben: What are you doing?

Niki: [As Viki] well, you are going to rest, and I will call Bo, ok? Yes, hello, this is Victoria Davidson. May I speak with Comm. Buchanan, please? Oh, I see. Well, would you ask him to call me just as soon as he's finished? Because this is very important. Thank you. What are you doing?

Ben: I know the memories are there. I just need to concentrate.

Niki: Ok, you need to concentrate on your recovery. The memories will come if you don't force them.

Ben: I guess you're right.

Niki: Why don't you take another nap?

Ben: Yeah, ok, maybe something else will come to me in my sleep.

Niki: You never know.

Ben: I love you.

Niki: Oh, I love you, too.

Viki’s voice: It's going to end soon, and it's going to end badly for you.


Cristian: It was Mrs. Davidson. She tried to kill her husband.

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


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

Todd: Did you stay here because of me?

Roxy: I got a heart, and you broke it.

Nora: You wouldn't do this, Troy, would you?

Bo: I think you should know there's been a prison break from Statesville.

Lindsay: I want to get revenge on everyone who's ever hurt me.


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