OLTL Transcript Friday 8/02/02

One Life to Live Transcript Monday 8/2/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Al: When word gets around that she started this fire, Jen's never going to forgive him.

[Jen coughs]

Téa: I want you to know I always loved you.

Sam: You took a very drunk, married woman out to an alleyway and tried to have sex with her.

Chad: Did you hear all that?

Emily: Every word.

Troy: Come on!

Nora: Troy! Troy!


Blair: Hey, Sam, it's Blair, and I just want to talk to you in person because there's so many things that I want to tell you, and for one is that I’m sorry. I know what I did was wrong. I'm really sorry about everything, but you know what I’m not sorry about? Is that for you to be happy. You deserve to be happy after everything that you've done for so many people. And you know what? You deserve to be with Nora. She should be with you and not Troy. And she's going to realize that. When she needs to depend on him, she's going to be very sorry.


Nora: Oh, God. Please don't -- no. Troy. Help me! Somebody, help me!

Nora: Help us! Help!


Cristian: Natalie --

Natalie: We need to -- you go first.

Cristian: No, no, no, you go ahead.


Al: Jen!

Al: Jen! Jen! Oh, no. Jen, Jen, Jen -- wake up, wake up! Hey! Oh, my God, she's not breathing. I'm going to get you out of here, ok? Ok? Just hold on to me, sweetie. I'll get you out of here. You'll be ok.


Chad: Hi.

Emily: Hey.

Chad: Let me make you something. Um -- we got ginger ale -- it's a real good year. I also make the world's greatest Shirley Temple. It tastes so grown-up, I call it a Madonna. Or we could just stare at each other like this.

Emily: Or we could talk. I don't want to leave things the way they are between us.


Téa: Oh, Todd, you're busted. Gee, game's over.

Todd: No, game's not over. You awake?

Todd: Your fever is gone. Feeling better?

Téa: My fever is gone. But I'm not better.


Blair: Sam, it's me again, and I promise you that this is my absolute last message for you. I -- look, I know that you're upset about Lindsay’s escape, but would you call me? Please? Just call me? Bye.


Chad: I'm really glad you dropped by.

Emily: Really?

Chad: Yeah, I -- I called a few times. Maybe you didn't get my messages?

Emily: Yeah, I got them.

Chad: Oh. Well, considering what happened --

Emily: Well, I just wasn't ready to talk to you yet.

Chad: But now you are?

Emily: Well, I've had some time to think things over --

Chad: And?

Emily: And I'm not angry with you.

Chad: Well, that's great. That's great. Thank you for not, you know, hating my guts. I mean, you sure had a right to.

Emily: That would be pretty awkward for the both of us with me living right upstairs.

Chad: Yeah. Yeah, good point.

Emily: For the moment, we're going to be running into each other a lot.

Chad: Yeah, I'm counting on it.

Emily: I think you're a great guy --

Chad: Oh, no.

Emily: But I don't think we should try to be more than just, well --

Chad: Friends?

Emily: Yeah. I mean, I'm leaving at the end of the summer.

Rex: Hey, guys. You been taken care of?

Emily: Yeah, I was just going, actually. Anyway, I'm sure that you'll find someone in Llanview who's more of what you like.

Rex: Ooh, that was some blow off.

Chad: Yeah.

Rex: Sorry, man.

Chad: Me, too.

Blair: Oh, great.

Chad: This is just perfect.


Rae: How can you cut off my credit card? I have zero balance. In fact, my credit history would make Bill Gates look like he was a bad risk. Other information? What other information? You know what? Just let me talk to your supervisor. I don't know what kind of operation you people are running here, but -- hello? Hello? Damn!

Asa: Having a hard day, Gretel?

Rae: Don't you have something a little more important to do than to bother me?

Asa: Everything is more important than you, Gretel, but not half the fun of seeing you with a cash flow problem.

Rae: Nothing I can't handle, thank you.

Asa: Well, that's not the way it sounded to me.

Rae: So, you were listening in?

Asa: You were hollering. I had no choice. It sounded like the credit company found out that you have many lawsuits hanging over your head.

Rae: Don't be ridiculous.

Asa: No, I'm just -- I was just thinking of something else. All those other credit cards you have aren't worth anything except little, tiny pieces of plastic.

Rae: Ha-ha. Nice try, Asa, really. And how would you even know that --

you. You were behind this? You called the credit card company?

Asa: Please. Of course not, Gretel. I had an assistant do it.

Rae: You -- you sadistic, misogynistic --

Asa: Whoa, hold on. Oh, ooh, ooh, ooh! Hold it, hold it. You start using those fancy words, somebody's going to think you're analyzing me again.

Rae: How could you? How?

Asa: I'm doing you a favor, Gretel. The sooner you lose all your money, the easier it's going to be on you.

Rae: You know what, Asa? Go get a life.

Asa: I've got a life, Gretel -- yours, right in the palm of my hand.


Troy: I'm ok. Come on. I'm ok.

Nora: You got hit by what looked like a piece of the rail.

Troy: Ok, come on. Let's go.

Nora: Ok.

Troy: Keep going. Come on, Nora. Come on. Just swim. Swim.


Natalie: I -- I just wanted to make sure that, you know, you felt like we were doing the right thing.

Cristian: About what?

Natalie: About going to the police now.

Cristian: Look, Natalie, for weeks now, you've been everybody's favorite suspect. It's about time you got your name cleared.

Natalie: Yeah, but shouldn't we go to Llanfair first and warn ben that it was Viki’s alter that pushed him through the window? I mean, if anything -- anything -- happened to him --

Cristian: Nothing is going to happen to him. Look, they got cops all over the place looking for Allison, which means your mom can't make a move. We'll go to the commissioner. He'll know what to do next. And that way, your mom can get the help that she needs.

Natalie: Yeah. That makes sense. So?

Cristian: "So," what?

Natalie: So, what did you want to talk to me about?

Cristian: Oh. Oh, yeah, that's right. It's about what you said earlier.

Natalie: About us being friends?

Cristian: Right.

Natalie: Well, I mean, what about it? I hope we are still friends. I hope I didn't do anything to mess -- mess things up.

Cristian: No. No, no, you know, it's nothing like that. It's just that, well, you said that this is all going to be over soon and -- and I'm going to go back to my own life.

Natalie: Yeah, you know, and I meant that. Cris, look, I don't want it to be awkward between us, you know --

Cristian: No, no --

Natalie: Because of what happened.

Cristian: No, I don't want that, either. That's why I have to say this. Look, Natalie --

Natalie: Oh, my God! What is that?

Cristian: What?

Natalie: It's -- it's glowing. It smells like smoke.

Cristian: That's Jen's dad's house. It's on fire.


[Al coughs]


Todd: Ok, so the spot where the jellyfish bit you looks almost normal and your fever's gone, but you don't feel any better?

Téa: I think I -- I think I said some things that I shouldn't have.

Todd: Yeah, well, you were half-crazy with fever, you know? I mean, people say stupid things.

Téa: I just -- I don't want you to take any of those things, you know, seriously or --

Todd: No, I -- I don't know what you're talking about. Look, I don't even -- I don't even remember.

Téa: Good.

Todd: Right. And if I did remember, then I shouldn't, right?

Téa: Right. And I'll forget how you took such good care of me and how you kept asking me about why I left you.

Todd: Right, you remember that.

Téa: No, no. But if I did, I should forget, right?

Todd: Yeah, right, good idea. All right. Check out what kind of food --

Téa: Yeah, I'm -- I'm starving.


Rex: Shopping around already, huh? Way to go, even if you are aiming a little high.

Chad: You mean her? Man, it's not going to happen.

Rex: Yeah, but, you know, there's no harm in dreaming. She's hot.

Chad: Yeah, yeah, she is. I got the third-degree burns to prove it, too.

Rex: What, you know her?

Chad: I knew her -- a little too well and not well enough.


Man: Good evening. Did you bring the rest of my money?


Rex: So, who's the guy, her husband?

Chad: No, she's separated. That guy doesn't look like her type anyway.

Rex: You saying you are?

Chad: What I'm saying is it's none of your business, ok?

Rex: Dream on, man.


Blair: What makes you think I'm going to give you another nickel?

Man: We had a bargain.

Blair: Yeah, and you didn't hold up your end of it, did you?

Man: Listen, I did everything you asked me to do.

Blair: Yeah, except convince Nora Buchanan that Troy MacIver was cheating on her.

Man: That's not my problem.

Blair: What?

Man: Everything that you asked me to deliver I delivered. I gave you the room key to plant on the doctor, and I planted the lie in Nora Buchanan’s head all about her boyfriend and how much time he spent at my motel and that he was never alone.

Blair: Mm-hmm. Well, Nora never left Troy.

Man: She didn't?

Blair: No, she didn't, and that's the problem.

Man: Oh, women. Who can figure them?

Blair: Well, you obviously can’t. Nora's probably in Troy's arms right this very minute.


[Troy coughs]

Troy: I -- I got you. I got you. Come on. Here we go. I got you. I got you. Ok.

[Nora and Troy cough]

Troy: See? All better.

Nora: Better than swimming.

Troy: That's a good point. Ok, I'll be back.

Nora: Where are you going?

Troy: You're shivering, ok? I'm going to run to the car and I'm going to get you a blanket. I'll be right back.

Nora: Ok.

Troy: I'll be right back.

Nora: Ok.

Troy: Ok, here we go. Let's wrap this around.

Nora: That's better. That's good. It's summertime. Why is the river so cold?

Troy: Well, maybe because you were in there so long. Ooh.

Nora: I'd be there -- I'd be in there still if it wasn't for you. What are you doing?

Troy: I'm going to check you out as much as I can before I get you to the hospital.

Nora: What are you talking about? You're the one that hit your head.

Troy: I know. No, no, no, don't worry about me, ok? Right now, I'm more worried about you. You're breathing a little easier. Do you have any pain or anything like that?

Nora: Uh-uh.

Troy: No?

Nora: No.

Troy: All right. I'm going to get you to the hospital. Ok, you inhaled some water, that's for sure. You probably swallowed a whole bunch, too.

Nora: Little bit.

Troy: We'll do some tests.

Nora: You saved my life.

Troy: Well, you shouldn't worry because you returned the favor when that thing bonked me in the head. I can't believe I almost lost you.

Nora: I can't believe you're in my life. And I can't believe you love me.

Troy: I do love you. I do love you more than you'll ever know, counselor.

Nora: I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.

Troy: Sorry? No, Nora, what are you sorry for? No.

Nora: Because I didn't --

Troy: Huh?

Nora: I don't deserve you.


Rex: Can I help you?

Rae: Yes, actually. I want to get to a web site that you can bid on products and services.

Rex: Like cyberpricer?

Rae: Yes. Yeah, that would be good.

Rex: Ok. That would be right here. What were you looking for?

Rae: Just a place to stay.

Rex: What happen, your place burn down?

Rae: No. Um -- it's being painted.

Rex: Oh. All right. Just click here and here and type your bid in that field right there.

Rae: All right. Like this?

Rex: Uh -- sort of.

Rae: What? I did it wrong?

Rex: Well, you might have to come up a little. I don't think you're going to find anything for $25, not even at the last minute.

Rae: Oh, well, you know, I just hate to spend that extra money. It's not like I don't have somewhere to live.

Rex: Can I get you something? A menu?

Rae: No. No, thank you.

Rex: Well, I hate to tell you this, but the computers are for paying customers only.

Rae: Oh. Of course. Um -- I'm on a diet. I understand, though. How about a cup of coffee, black?

Rex: I can handle that.

Rae: Great. Thank you.

Asa: Gretel. Checking out your web site?

Rae: You need serious therapy, Asa.

Asa: Is that an offer?

Rae: Oh, very, very funny. What web site?

Asa: You haven't seen it? It's called gretelisafraud.com. Check it out.

Rae: You're kidding. Aren't you?

Asa: You know me pretty good from all those phony therapy sessions, right? What the hell do you think?

Rae: Oh, my God.

Asa: Pretty snazzy, isn't it? A hotshot college kid put it together for peanuts.

Rae: "Click here for the latest on Gretel's lawsuits." "Dirt from Gretel's former patients"?

Asa: Yes, sirree. I've made you famous all over the world. But, honey, these photos -- do you always squint?


Cristian: Man, look at that fire.

Natalie: Yeah, it looks like it's just in the back right now.

Cristian: Yeah, Jen's room. What if she's in there? We got into a little fight earlier. What if she went to her dad's? I'm going to pull up as close as I can and then I'm going in.

Natalie: No, Cris, that's too dangerous. Let me just call the fire department.

Cristian: No, we can't wait that long. If Jen's in there, they're not going to make it in time.


Al: All right. Ok, ok. Oh, no. My God.

Cristian: Al, what the hell happened?

Al: I don't know. I don't know. I was driving past and I saw flames and -- I don't know.

Cristian: Well, come on. We got to get her to a hospital.


Troy: Nora, what are you talking about? What do you mean, you don't deserve me? We love each other. What else do two people need to --

Nora: Faith. I need faith. And if I had had that, you and I would be in my house right now, warm and safe.

Troy: All right, ok, you just take a deep breath and relax, ok? Because you're not making a whole lot of sense right now.

Nora: No, Blair pulled a trick on us. Well, on me. She made me think that you were with somebody else.

Troy: What?

Nora: Oh, she was just trying to cause trouble. I let her get under my skin.

Troy: Oh, no. And I didn't help much, that's for sure.

Nora: What are you talking about?

Troy: I thought you knew, Nora. I didn't have to work tonight. I was busy planning a surprise dinner for the two of us at your house.

Troy: Ok, just breathe, just breathe. You're ok. It's ok.

Nora: I've been walking around thinking the worst.

Troy: Oh, honey, listen to me. Don't you know you're the only woman in the world for me? Come on.

Nora: I do. I do. I just can't believe how lucky I am sometimes. So I got -- I got really stupid for a while there, ok? But I -- I'm feeling better now.

Troy: Ok, listen to me. I know you don't always listen to me, but this time, listen, ok? There's three things you never have to doubt, and that's me, you, and us. You got that? Is that a deal?

Nora: It's a deal.

Troy: All right. Now, let's get you to the hospital so I can go play some doctor. Come on, let's go.

Nora: Ok.

Troy: Easy. Easy. Ok. Keep this around you. Ok, sweetheart. I got you.


Man: What are you pulling? You said you'd have the rest of my money for helping you louse up the doctor's love life.

Blair: Nora and Troy are still together, aren't they?

Man: So?

Blair: So?

Man: If the Phillies blow a game, they still get paid.

Blair: You listen to me. Because of you, my only friend here in Llanview is mad at me.

Man: Yeah?

Blair: Yeah.

Man: Well, there's going to be a lot more people mad at you if I start talking.

Blair: Oh, go ahead -- talk, talk, talk. Go ahead. Things couldn't get any worse for me.

Man: Hmm.

Blair: Maybe they could.

Man: You want me to put that to the test?

Blair: All right, fine. Here's your stinking money. Just take it. Take it and get out of here.

Man: If I count this and it's short --

Blair: It's not, all right? Get out of here before I call your boss and tell him about your little moonlighting job. Get!

Chad: Hi. Can I get you anything? I would have come sooner, but you and your date seemed --

Blair: It wasn't my date, and I don't need anything.

Chad: Ok. Well, if you change your mind, I'll be -- you know, give me a wave or something.

Blair: Chad, come back, please.

Chad: Yes?

Blair: You work here. I come here for a drink occasionally. You know, this walking on eggshells is going to get really old really fast.

Chad: I hear you. So go ahead, give me the rest of it.

Blair: The rest of what?

Chad: Come on, tear into me for what happened in the alley behind Capricorn. I got it coming.


Rae: You -- you really enjoy kicking people when they're down, don't you?

Asa: You call this being down, Gretel? When I'm through with you, you're going to think these are the good old days.

Rae: How could you be so cruel?

Asa: Well, it's just business, honey. See, when people see the way I treat my enemies, they'll want to be friends with me even more.

Rae: No, no, Asa. This is personal. I really touched a nerve when I analyzed you. I brought out all sorts of issues about control and powerlessness and fear --

Asa: Whoa, hold it, hold it. Hold it right there. Are you trying to analyze me again?

Rae: Somebody ought to.

Asa: But not you! Picking somebody's brains without a license -- that's why you got in this damn jam.


Shawna: I just had a great plan. And if it works, then we'll really get to stick it to Gretel.


Paramedic: Pulse weak at 118. B.P. 90/60.

Second paramedic: Patient found in a burning building. Positive l.O.C. Responsive to pain.

Doctor: Smoke inhalation protocol and a head C.T. and call Anesthesiology. We may have to intubate.

Nurse: Yes, doctor.

Cristian: Is she going to be ok?

Doctor: That depends on how much smoke she inhaled and what was in it.

Cristian: What was in it?

Doctor: House fires can release toxic substances.

Al: Wait -- what is she -- what is she saying? Is she saying that -- that she might not make it?

Cristian: I'm going to call Jen's dad. Al, I'll make sure he knows what you did.

Al: What do you mean?

Cristian: Well, what do you think? If you hadn't been there, who knows what shape Jen would be in right now. She's got you to thank, man, for everything.


Todd: I'll -- I'll take care of all the food. No, you just -- you rest.

Téa: I've been resting, remember? I had this dream -- oh, who cares. Hey, you should try the berries.

Todd: No, no, I don't like berries.

Téa: They're all we got. You should have some.

Todd: There should be some fish in here, right? Ah! What -- what is this?

Téa: It's a crab. It's good.

Todd: No, it's not. I have a friend --

Téa: What? Who's allergic to shellfish?

Todd: Berries.

Téa: Remember how I always used to get after you for your table manners? Well, I guess now -- I guess table manners are pretty irrelevant.

Todd: No, it was always irrelevant.

Téa: You haven't changed about some things, Todd.

Todd: No, I haven't changed. You haven't changed, either.

Téa: Look, I know that I told you last night that I haven't gotten over you. Well, that's true, I haven't. But you have, Todd. You've gotten over me.


Chad: So go ahead. I know what you're thinking, so you might as well just say it, Blair. I was a sleaze to hit on you the way I did. I know it. Ok? I knew you were married, but -- I don't know -- you just looked really great when you sang that song. But that's no excuse, ok? I should have just backed off.

Blair: And all of that happened in a little alley behind Capricorn.

Chad: Yeah. Pretty pathetic, huh? So go ahead, let me have it, I mean, full on --

Blair: What?

Chad: Just don't throw any glasses if you can possibly avoid it because that sort of thing is going to come out of my paycheck.

Blair: Chad, I'm not going to throw any glasses.

Chad: Thanks. Appreciate it.

Blair: And I have no intentions of letting you have it.

Chad: You don't?

Blair: No. Well, that was my fault.

Chad: I wouldn't call my contribution totally innocent.

Blair: No, it was all my fault, and the alcohol I consumed -- well, that didn't help much, either. But that was my fault, too.

Chad: Wow. Well, I figured --

Blair: What?

Chad: I don't know, it's just that most people as soon as they sober up either don't remember what happened or they totally deny it all. And the story seems to get further and further from the truth as time goes on.

Blair: Yeah, well, I seem to know myself too well -- lucky me -- to pretend that I didn't make the whole evening happen.

Chad: Well, I still shouldn't have, you know, taken advantage of your condition.

Blair: Well, maybe I shouldn't have taken advantage of your youth and inexperience.

Chad: I'm not that inexperienced.

Blair: I don't know, when I get to feeling bad, I do and make some very, very bad choices and decisions. And that night, I was really bummed out. Kind of like I am tonight.

Chad: You, too, huh?

Blair: What's gotten you bummed out?

Chad: Well, nothing as bad as what you're going through, but --

Blair: Yeah.

Chad: I met this really great girl. And I thought that maybe something would come of it, but she blew me off.

Blair: Why?

Chad: Well, she found out about me and you.


Al: I am so sorry, Jen.

Jen: What did you say?


Troy: They should be waiting for us after the rundown I gave her on the phone, ok?

Nora: Ok.

Troy: Oh, here she is.

Doctor: How long was she in the water?

Nora: I'm fine. Really, I'm fine. You're the one that needs to be checked out.

Troy: No, please, you need to treat her first.

Nora: You got a bump on the head. He was even unconscious for a while.

Troy: It's ok, I'm fine. I needed the rest, ok?

Nora: Oh, Troy --

Troy: Hey, listen to me. You may have aspirated water.

Nora: I'm fine. I feel fine.

Troy: You know what? That's great news, but I'm still not taking any chances.

Nora: Oh.


Al: I -- I just -- I just asked you how you were feeling.

Jen: My throat's a little sore. I remember the fire, but I don't really remember anything else after that. But they say that you saved my life. Is that true?

Al: Sort of.

Jen: Why were you there?


Todd: No, no, no. If this is about Blair, forget it. She was one huge mistake from the beginning. That woman is totally dense. She -- she didn't even begin to understand me. No, if she did, you know, she would have forgiven me. You know, Blair -- she -- she's -- I -- I don't -- I don't even want to talk about Blair anymore.

Téa: I don't want to talk about Blair, either.

Todd: I mean, you saw the picture, right? You saw what I did.

Téa: Yeah, you tore it.

Todd: Yeah, I tore it. I tore the whole thing up, right? I ripped her up and I threw her the hell away because I'm done with her. I'm –


Chad: And so when Emily found out about the thing with you and me in the alley --

Blair: Oh.

Chad: She just couldn't deal.

Blair: Oh, great. I totally messed up your life, too.

Chad: Oh, no, I didn't say that.

Blair: You know, it seems like everywhere I go, all these nice people -- I completely shred their lives.

Chad: No, no, no, I'm not shredded, for one. And I'm not that nice. Emily got that right. It took two to mix it up in that alley, and I knew exactly what I was doing.

Blair: Well, I'm really sorry.

Chad: I'm not.


Rex: Here you go.

Rae: Thank you.

Rex: Mr. Buchanan's gone, huh?

Rae: But not forgotten.

Rex: Did you find a place to stay tonight?

Rae: No. They're all full.

Man: Excuse me, Dr. -- Ms. Cummings?

Rae: Let me guess -- I'm not giving any interviews.

Reporter: Ms. Cummings, you've got a real story here.

Rae: I am not giving an interview.

Reporter: From celebrity therapist to town pariah.

Rae: I said I'm not giving an interview.

Reporter: We'll pay plenty for an exclusive. And I bet you could use a little fresh cash.

Rae: Right now, I could use a little fresh air. Excuse me.


Shawna: This night just keeps getting better and better. First we get to mess with Gretel and make some cash. Come on.


Emily: Troy, are you ok?

Troy: Hey, Emily. Yeah. No, I'm fine. I'm fine, I'm fine. What are you doing here?

Emily: I got worried about Nora, so I tried to call you to make sure that you had found her.

Troy: Oh. Well, yeah, I found her, all right.

Emily: I couldn't believe it when I finally tracked you both down in here.

Troy: Yeah.

Emily: Was it Lindsay Rappaport?

Troy: No, no, no. It was a hit-and-run driver.

Emily: No.

Troy: Yeah, but don't worry, don't worry, Nora’s fine. She's doing ok.

Emily: Really?

Troy: Yeah. Well, I mean, she -- she wound up in the river and she almost drowned, but --

Emily: You're kidding me.

Troy: No, but it's ok. I got there on time.

Emily: You saved her?

Troy: Well, it was a little bit more like we saved each other, but yeah.

Emily: You must be totally wrecked.

Troy: Little bit.

Emily: It's so much like what happened --

Troy: Emily, come on. This is nothing like what happened with Joanna, ok?

Emily: I'm sorry. I shouldn't have said anything.

Troy: No, listen, it's ok. It's ok. Don't worry about it, all right?

Emily: Ok.

Troy: All right. Now, I'm going to go check on Nora, all right?

Emily: All right.

Troy: All right.


Al: I -- I found you in the room -- after the fire started. And, well, I got you out.

Jen: Yeah, that part I know. It's just amazing to me that you were there right in time.

Al: Well, I was driving by.

Jen: When? Did you see how the fire started?


Cristian: Excuse me. How is Jennifer Rappaport doing?

Nurse: Good news -- she's doing just fine.

Cristian: Oh, great. Can I see her now?

Nurse: Oh, wait one minute. Someone's in with her right now, ok?

Cristian: Ok.

Natalie: Congratulations.

Cristian: Hey. Did you hear about Jen?

Natalie: Not exactly, but I could see by the look on your face that you're happy. Very happy. So it doesn't take a genius to figure out what's going on. Jen's ok?

Cristian: Yeah, yeah. I'm going to see her soon. I think Al's with her right now. I'd bring you along, but --

Natalie: No. No, no, it's ok. I'm sure I'm the last person that Jen wants to see right now. Anyway, I just came by to see if there was anything I could do for you.

Cristian: Well, you can call her dad. I keep getting his voice mail. Excuse me. Are you from the fire on Clare street?

Firefighter: Yeah, that's right.

Cristian: Oh, I'm a friend of the family. Was there anybody else inside?

Firefighter: Outside of the young lady we brought here, no.

Cristian: Oh. Well, how bad was the damage?

Firefighter: Well, we were able to contain the fire to just the bedroom, but these keys were about all we could salvage.

Natalie: Those are my house keys. Where did you get those?

Firefighter: On the bedroom floor -- where the fire started.


Jen: Gave you a scare, huh?

Al: The scare of my life.

Jen: Well, I'm ok now -- thanks to you. It's weird, you know?

Al: What?

Jen: When I came into the room, it seemed like the fire was coming from the wastebasket.

Al: Yeah.

Jen: Well, normally I keep my wastebasket near the desk, but it was underneath the curtains. How could it have gotten over there?

Al: Jen -- I have something to tell you.

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


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

Chad: If you ever need someone to talk to, I'm here.

Téa: I have always loved you -- always.

Allison: Do I kill you now or kill you later?

Al: I can't believe what almost happened to you tonight.

Sam: Natalie, what were your keys doing in Jen's room?


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