OLTL Transcript Friday 8/16/02

One Life to Live Transcript Monday 8/16/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Troy: I will not lose Nora like I lost my wife.

Rae: I'm going to write about you -- all about you.

Téa: You're afraid Ross and I are going to leave you here.

Roxy: She killed viki.


Troy’s voice: Damn it, Joanna, you're my wife! This has to stop! It's got to stop!

Troy: Stop -- stop -- I said stop!

Nora: What? Hey. It's ok. It's ok. She's not here. She's not here.

Troy: What did I say about her?


Seth: I can't even imagine how you must feel.

Jessica: Trust me, you don't want to know.

Seth: Do you want to go look for your mom some more?

Jessica: I can't think of anywhere else to look. You know what? I'm going to go home alone, if that's ok. It's not that I don't want you there, it's just that I -- I need some time, you know, to sit down and really think about what's happened.

Seth: Of course. You sure you're all right?

Jessica: Yeah, yeah. I'll call you later.


Chad: Mr. Holden. I got a really big job interview this afternoon. Any chance I could -- I don't know -- cut out early?

Max: Hey, sure, take the rest of the day off if you want. You know what? I won't even dock you.

Chad: Great. You must have hit the lottery, man.

Max: Oh, better -- my wife split. Yeah! According to my lawyer, I don't have to give her a dime when I divorce her.

Chad: Where did she go?

Max: Oh, I don't know, I don't care.

Chad: Well, wait, isn't that a little harsh?

Max: No, harsh was tricking me into marrying her. This is sweet.

Chad: Yeah, ok, I guess. But if it were my wife, even one I hated -- I don't know -- I'd at least want to know she was ok.


Roxy: Viki Davidson’s in there. What did you do to her? Is she dead?

Allison: You know, I don't have time for 20 questions. Sam Rappaport and Rae Cummings almost just found me. I've got to get out of here.

Roxy: Ok, well, nobody is stopping you.

Allison: You. You know I've been here, you didn't get me the money, and you discovered Viki. That's three strikes.

Roxy: I won't tell no one, I swear.

Allison: Last time I believed you, I wound up in Statesville. I'm not going to give you a chance to trap me again.

Roxy: Hey, I'll get your money. You know, a lot of money. As much money as you want.

Allison: We've played that game already. And you lost.


Asa: Threatening women and children isn't something I do anymore, but a man's got to do what a man's got to do.

[Tape fast forwards]

Asa: And those fancy corporate suits never could figure out where that money went or where their original investors had gone. They're still looking.

[Tape stops]

Asa: You cannot use that tape.

Rae: Watch me.

Asa: I will take you to court and subpoena that.

Rae: To claim what, doctor-patient confidentiality? We already covered that, remember? I'm not a real doctor, Asa. You've made sure the whole world knows that. So you see, I'm not bound by anything.

Asa: You're even nuttier than I ever thought.

Rae: When my book comes out about all your dirty little secrets, I'll send you an autographed copy in Statesville. You can read it while you're doing your time.

Asa: No one would be stupid enough to publish the ravings of a phony, psycho shrink.

Rae: Guess again.


Ross: Ok, now, here's the island. This is you. This is me.

Téa: Who's that nut?

Ross and Téa: Todd.

Ross: And here is the shipping lanes. But when the weather changes, the ships will swing way south.

Téa: And no matter how strong our raft --

Ross: We'll never make it that far.

Téa: So, when will the weather change?

Ross: When the winds change.

Téa: You said two or three weeks, right?

Ross: More like one or two now. The point is we got to get that raft finished and get out there.

Téa: I guess we got to get back to work, huh?

Ross: Let's let Manning work for a change. We'll stay here and find something to do.

Téa: Ok.


Blair: Well, it's so good to see you again, Dennis.

Dennis: It's good to see you, too, Mrs. Manning. And I am so sorry about you and Mr. Manning.

Blair: I'm not.

Dennis: So, what brings you to "The Sun"?

Blair: Well, obviously Todd not is coming back, so I'm taking charge again.

Dennis: Wonderful. I love working with you.

Blair: Well, good, I'm glad. Do you think the rest of the staff will be as happy?

Dennis: I'm won't lie to you -- a lot of them are pretty loyal to Todd, no matter what.

Blair: Well, then I guess I will have my work cut out for me, won't I?

Dennis: Are you sure you're ready for this, Mrs. Manning?


Starr: Dad? Dad? Are you here? I know you're hiding here, but -- come on; this is your favorite hiding spot. The game is over, Daddy, I found you.


Starr's voice: Daddy? When are you and Tee coming to see me? Jack would like Tee. I told him all about her. He really knows you like her lots and lots. Bring her to see me real soon, ok?

Todd: I have got to get out of here.


Roxy: Please don't kill me. I'm going to call Max, and he's going to cough up the cash.

Allison: Last time you tried that, he hung up on you.

Roxy: Well, he didn't hang up on me. It was the cell phone, you know, it just lost the signal.

Allison: Yeah, yeah, and the check's in the mail. Face it, Roxy, the guy hates you.

Roxy: Yeah, I guess that's true. But for the life of me, I just can't figure out why.

Allison: What a surprise.

Roxy: You know, there is one thing that he wants more than anything else in the world.

Allison: You dead?

Roxy: Well, you know, he doesn't want me dead. He just wants a divorce. And I know that he is willing to pay big bucks. So I'm going to call him up and I'm going to make him an offer that I know he won't refuse.


Starr: Dad? It's ok. I won't tell anyone you're here, I promise. Even if you just come out for a minute, I mean, that'll be fine because I just never got a chance to say good-bye. Dad, please. You got to come --

[Starr gasps]


Starr: Dad, if you were about to come out, don't because I think someone is coming.

Jessica: Hello? Mom? Is that you? Mom? Is someone here?

Starr: No. Just me.

Jessica: Starr? What are you doing here?

Starr: Looking for my father.

Jessica: Todd? But what would he be doing in the attic?

Starr: This is his favorite hiding place.

Jessica: I don't think so.

Starr: Yes, it is, it is!

Jessica: Ok. Ok, so it is, but he's not here. And neither is my mom. It's just us.

Starr: But he has to be here because if he isn't, then I don't know where else to look.


Blair: I miss Todd. But I can't forgive him, so I've got to move on.

Dennis: Yes, but do you really want to work here? Out of his office?

Blair: You know, Dennis, when Todd disappeared, so I would forget him, I -- I started messing with other people's lives because I didn't want to look at my own life.

Dennis: Didn't work out?

Blair: Oh, no, it definitely didn't work out. Because of my stupid tricks, two people almost got killed.

Dennis: Seriously?

Blair: Yes. I'm very serious. So I think me working here makes a little bit more sense, don't you?

Dennis: Well, it's up to you.

Blair: So you really don't think the other staff is going be too happy with me here?

Dennis: The staff is loyal to Todd.

Blair: Well, I don't care. As long as they do their jobs.

Dennis: Ok.

Blair: Ok. But you know what? I think I need a -- I need an assistant, someone who owes their job entirely to me.

Dennis: That's a good idea.

Blair: We still have a deal with Llanview university, don't we, with the journalism department?

Dennis: We still do.

Blair: Well, that's great. How about a -- like, one of their top students for an internship here?

Dennis: Exactly. As a matter of fact, I was looking at the files a little earlier.

Blair: Really? Did any jump out at you?

Dennis: Well, you know, Mrs. Manning --

Blair: Why don't you call me Blair please, Dennis.

Dennis: Blair.

Blair: Yes.

Dennis: Well, Blair, there's this one student, a young man that Mrs. Davidson was trying to land at "The Banner."

Blair: Ooh, "The Banner." I like it already. We can outsmart "The Banner" from the get-go. Well, why don't we call him in?

Dennis: I already did. I was going to interview him, but he should be here right about now.

Blair: Ok, well, when he gets here, send him in.

Dennis: Will do.

Blair: What's his name?

Dennis: Bennett. C.B. Bennett.

Blair: C.B. Bennett. Ok. Ok.

Blair: Can I do this? Can I?

Dennis: Mrs. Manning, may I introduce Mr. Bennett?


Nora: All you kept saying was, "it's got to stop."

Troy: That's all?

Nora: Well, you said it over and over again. It was obvious that you were upset.

Troy: Yeah, I was. When I woke up, you said something about, "She's not here."

Nora: Lindsay. Oh, honey, you've been so worried about her hurting me that I just figured that's what your nightmare was about.

Troy: Yeah, I just -- I don't know -- I guess with Lindsay escaping and you nearly drowning, I just -- I just love you so much. I don't ever want to lose you, Nora.

Nora: You're not going to lose me. I'm not going anywhere. I'm right here.

Troy: How do you know? How does anyone know? No one knows what's ahead.

Nora: Are we talking about Lindsay, or is something else going on?


Rae: Asa, this is a book contract from the third largest publishing company in the United States. It's for one tell-all expose to be written by Gretel Rae Cummings. Oh, and right down here, if you see, it includes a hefty advance towards royalties.

Asa: I'm going to call your bluff, psycho lady.

Rae: Oh, I think I should probably tell you that I've heard that this book is all abuzz in the industry.

Asa: Jimmy, Asa. No, I haven't been to New York for a while. Listen, have you heard about anybody signing a Gretel Cummings to write a book about me? What? Why the hell didn't you call me? Damn right I'm going to stop it!

Rae: You know, I hope you do try and stop it. It would be such great publicity, and free.

Asa: Why the hell are you doing this?

Rae: Because you and all the others gave me no option. You know, Asa, I tried to be the good guy -- always there to help, always putting everybody else first, including you. And where did that get me? I'm up to my neck in lawsuits, that's where. Vilified in the press, on television, even the internet, thanks to you. But you know something, Asa? You -- you are my inspiration. I went back and I listened to that tape again and I realized, despite all the horrendous things you have done -- and certainly much worse than I ever did -- you have no shame. You just fought on to get what you wanted, no matter who you hurt. Well, I've decided to do exactly the same thing.

Asa: At my age, the prison sentence I would get for what I did would be for life.

Rae: Asa, what you did, you would get life at any age.

Asa: Fine. If I have to spend the rest of my life in Statesville, I really should do it for something worthwhile!

Rae: Asa –


Max: Hello?

Roxy: Hey, doll, it's me.

Max: Please stop calling me.

Roxy: Yeah, well, you know, I'm just checking in with you and finding out if you're ok because, you know, mama worries.

Max: You’re not my mama. Now, listen, this the third me you've called.

Roxy: Hey, Maxie, I just wanted to tell you that I was crazy about you. Obviously, you're don't feel the same way about me, and for the life of me, I really don't know why.

Max: I could give a dozen reasons.

Roxy: Well, you know, the point is I just wanted to tell you that I'm not going to fight this anymore. I'm going to give you a divorce and you never have to see me again. And for the incredibly low price of $50,000. That's a lot less than the prenup says that I'm entitled to.


Chad: I'm sorry, I thought I was here to meet with a Mr. Giles about an editorial internship, but I guess there's been a change of plans?

Blair: What is with this "C.B."? Why didn't you just sign "Chad" on your application here?

Chad: Well, I sign all my bylines "C.B." I figure it sounds more like a serious journalist than, you know, "Chad."

Blair: I see.

Chad: So, I was supposed to have an internship at "The Banner," but Mrs. Davidson, you know, kind of lost it and is gone, I guess.

Blair: I guess.

Chad: Um -- ok, so I need an internship somewhere to graduate. And I knew that Mr. Manning had split and that there would be no possible way for me to run into him here. So -- well, I -- I had no idea that you were going to be taking over --

Blair: Well, I am.

Chad: That's great. I mean, I'm -- personally, I'm very happy for you. But with me as your assistant, Mrs. Manning, I -- with our history, it's just -- it's too loaded, you know? It's not going to work out.

Blair: Chad, you know what? I was thinking exactly the same thing.

Chad: Ok, so we're on the same page, then? Good luck with the paper.

Blair: No, you know -- no, no, no, wait, Chad, that is not what I meant. I didn't mean you working here wasn't going to work. I meant me being the boss here wasn't going to work.

Chad: Huh?

Blair: You know, my husband -- this is his newspaper.

Chad: Yeah. Yeah, I know. Everybody knows that.

Blair: Yeah. Before you came in, I was thinking how this was really not going to work with me being the boss. There's just way too many memories of Todd here. It was way too loaded.

Chad: Yeah, well, I could see how that would be the case. So this whole thing is pretty much a nonstarter, then. Hey, that's cool.

Blair: You know what? I'm not going to let him do this. I am not. I'm not going to run.

Chad: Um -- so, what are you -- what are you saying?

Blair: So I'm saying if you're my assistant, then maybe you can help me forget about Todd.


Téa: Ross, I owe you an apology.

Ross: For what?

Téa: Well, for that time you said you hoped there was a chance for us. I was very dismissive. I hurt your feelings, and I'm sorry.

Ross: Téa, I do hope there's a chance for us. And maybe someday you'll let go and we'll see what happens. But until then, this -- this is ok.

Téa: Good.

Ross: This is going to sound corny, but I have never felt this way about anyone.

Téa: You think maybe it's because we're on a deserted island and I'm the only woman around?

Ross: Now, there's a thought. Who knows -- maybe you're right. Maybe.


Starr: My dad could be up here. I mean, you thought your mom was here when you came up.

Jessica: Because I heard you and I hoped it was her.

Starr: Well, if it could have been Aunt viki, then it could have been my dad.

Jessica: Yeah, but this is my mom's house, so it makes a little more sense for her to be in the attic.

Starr: But this is where my dad hid a long time ago when he was afraid to see my mom. Aunt Viki even brought me up here and told me so herself.

Jessica: Really? You remember that day?

Starr: I was only a baby but, yeah, sort of.

Jessica: You remember it because you heard the story so many times, right?

Starr: Yeah. My dad told me it a lot of times. And it always made me happy, and him, too. That's why I don't want him to just disappear. I just need to see him again.

Jessica: I know. I'm sorry. I want to see my mom again, too. That's why when I heard the crash I hoped so much that it would be her, even though it didn't really make any sense that she'd be in the attic.

Starr: So you understand?

Jessica: Yeah. I understand.


Starr's voice: Daddy, are you and me and jack and Tee going to buy a brand new house to live in? I bet Tee would love that.

Todd: Yeah, that would work. That whole plan will work. I'll get Téa to help me get the kids back, and then we'll go someplace and have a great life. Huh.

Todd: That is if she doesn't decide that Gilligan is the one for her. Yeah. We can have it all back.


Troy: No, nothing else is going on. It's just with Lindsay being on the loose, that would give anybody nightmares.

Nora: I don't like to think about it.

Troy: Well, she's so jealous of you, Nora. And jealousy can make people do dangerous things. Believe me, I've seen it. Jealousy can make the most rational people monsters. And we both know Lindsay’s not exactly rational to begin with.

Nora: We've both seen her jealousy in action.

Troy: Yeah, she nearly killed both of us.

Nora: Well, she's going to have to find us first, and she can't find us here.

Troy: Yeah.

Nora: And even if she does, I'm not alone. I've got you to protect me.

Troy: And I will. I will protect you, no matter what it takes. There's no way that I am ever going to let Lindsay or anyone else hurt you.


Chad: You tried to forget Mr. Manning once before with me, and it wasn't exactly a smart move for either one of us.

Blair: No, Chad, that's not what I meant. The time before -- that was a drunken, crazy night, as far as I'm concerned. And what I'd like to do is just start all over with a clean slate from here on out.

Chad: Do you really think that that's possible? I mean, I haven't exactly had the best luck with that in that past.

Blair: I don't know. Taken everything that Dennis has told me about you and from looking at your resume here, I would say that you are a perfect candidate for the job. You're obviously the top in your class in journalism, which means that you're bright and ambitious. And most importantly, you have no lingering loyalty to my husband.

Chad: Well, I mean, I met him once. He wasn't exactly the friendliest guy in town.

Blair: Yeah. He had his moments.

Chad: Oh, no, no, I didn't mean he wasn't friendly.

Blair: No, look, I know -- I know -- I know what you meant. My biggest problem here is that I don't think half the staff is going to be too happy with me being their boss, and what I need is an assistant who is loyal just to me and not to Todd, someone that I can trust implicitly.

Chad: Well, that part's not a problem.

Blair: Well, good. Good, good, good. And as far as our past, I -- like I said, I would just like to start with a clean slate. Ok? But the big question here is, how much do you want this job?

Chad: Are you kidding? This is my ticket out of Llanview U.

Blair: Well, it's yours if you want it, so what do you say?

Chad: I say -- I say yes.

Blair: Well, I say you have a job.

Chad: Thank you.

Blair: When can you start?

Chad: Well, Mr. Holden gave me today off.

Blair: Good.

Chad: I mean, I still have a bunch of scheduling things to work out with Break Bar, but today I'm all yours.

Blair: That's terrific.

Chad: Um -- is that Mr. Manning's jacket?

Blair: Um -- um -- yes. Yes, it is.

Chad: Well, why don't I get rid of it for you.

Blair: That -- that's terrific. Yeah. That's -- you know what? We should get rid of a lot of Todd’s vestiges around here.

Chad: Ok. Great. Um -- why don't we show those certain members of the staff that -- that you are the boss, that Mr. Manning is gone, he's not in charge anymore, and that Mrs. Manning is running the show from now on.

Blair: Yeah, I -- I like your style, Mr. Bennett.


Téa: So, if there were a beautiful blonde on the other side of this island, you'd be looking to take a little trip tonight, huh?

Ross: No. No, Téa, it's not because you're the only woman here.

Téa: Hmm.

Ross: I kind of wish that was it.

Téa: Why?

Ross: Because I'm not used to how I feel. You -- you're beautiful, you're smart. Except for when it comes to Manning, that is.

Téa: Todd's history. Todd and his sick, twisted games.

Ross: Does he know he's history?

Téa: Yes.

Ross: You told him?

Téa: Todd's complicated. Not to mention damaged. I'm enjoying being here, doing simple things with you. And I can't tell you how good it feels to be able to say something open and honest like that.

Ross: You can say anything you want anytime, Téa. And I will never throw it back at you, I will never use it against you, and I will never make you sorry you said it.


Todd: Ha-ha! Ha! Am I good, or what? Where the hell are Téa and Rayburn?


Blair: Thank you.

Blair: Yeah, Todd’s personal items -- that's the last of them. Well, I officially can make an announcement that his office is completely deloused.

Chad: Great.

Blair: No more Todd.

Chad: Oh, God! Ow! Ow, ow, ow, ow! Are you ok?

Blair: Oh, I'm so sorry. Yes, I am fine --

Chad: No, don't worry about me, I'm fine.

Blair: Oh, my -- look at you. You've got it all -- are you ok?

Chad: I'm --

Blair: Todd always has to have the last word. Well, I'll tell you what -- not anymore! It's out of here.

Chad: Good for you.

Blair: Oh. Oh, gosh. We got to do something before it sets.

Chad: Just -- just point me to the men's room, ok?

Blair: It's right down the hall to the right --

Chad: To the right.

Blair: And then when you get to the water cooler, you take a left --

Chad: Left.

Blair: Forget about it. I remember when I had to go to the bathroom for the first time around here, it took me an hour to find it. Just -- um -- just take it off, and I'll go rinse it out for you.

Chad: No, why don't you just walk me to the men's room, Mrs. Manning?

Blair: No, just -- because I need you to get rid of all this stuff and clean up this mess for me and just -- it would be quicker just --

Chad: God.

Blair: Oh, you think that I'm hitting on you?

Chad: Well, no --

Blair: No, I just want to save your shirt. I feel so bad.


Starr: I was so sure that my dad was here. I don't know where else to look.

Jessica: I don't know where else to look for my mom, either.

Starr: Now what do we do?

Jessica: There's nothing we can do -- except wait and hope and pray that they're going to come back.

Starr: He has to come back. My mom and him have to be together.

Jessica: You know, Starr, sometimes moms and dads -- they need to separate, whether the kids like it or not.

Starr: But my mom and dad love each other. They've always loved each other, even when they didn't love each other.

Jessica: And sometimes they fall in love with other people.

Starr: Like my dad loved Tee.

Jessica: Yeah.

Starr: I mean, Tee was ok, but she wasn't as good as my mom. And when my mom was with Max, that was the pits.

Jessica: I hope your dad comes back, Starr -- for you. You know, although I liked your dad, Uncle Todd -- he was very cool, although he was mean to me sometimes, but --

Starr: Yeah, I mean -- he -- he likes you, too, but just sometimes he can't help himself.

Jessica: How old are you?

Starr: Old enough. I like Aunt viki, even though she's been mean to me lately.

Jessica: You know, I better get you back.

Starr: Ok. Jessica? It may not be soon, but your mom and my dad -- they're going to come back to us because they love us. I just know it.


Roxy: So what do you say, Max, honey? $50,000 buys you unconditional freedom.

Max: I'd say you're too late, honey. You know what? You left our house and, according to my lawyer, that is abandonment, which nullifies our prenup agreement, which means I don't have to give you a dime when I divorce you.

Roxy: Max, I didn't abandon you, I just went out for an hour to return Rae’s trophy.

Allison: You --

Max: Look; I don't care where you went, all right? The point is you left, you didn't come back. You blew it, all right? So you may as well stay where you are for good.

Roxy: Wait, wait -- don't hang up. I'm being held hostage. I'm -- I'm a captive here. You got to help me, Max. Please, help me.

Max: Yeah, right. Ok. Well, listen, even if I did believe that, which I don't, I wouldn't pay 50 cents to have you released.


Asa: Say good night, Gracie.

Rae: No, just -- just think about what you're doing, all right? Think about --

Asa: I am! I am! Seeing you cold and still, and it's worth anything they can do to me at Statesville.

Rae: No, no, no -- don't, please.

Nigel: Sir, stop! What are you doing?

Asa: I am killing a rattlesnake!

Nigel: There's no need to do that, sir.

Asa: Why not? You want to kill her for me?

Nigel: Sir, Ms. Cummings has been through total public humiliation. That's punishment enough.

Asa: That's the way you feel, Nigel?

Nigel: Yes, I do.

Asa: Would you feel the same way if I told you she was writing a book? A tell-all book about the dirty little secrets her patients have confided in her?

Nigel: Is that true, Ms. Cummings?

Rae: Well, I mean, I have to pay off my lawsuits somehow, don't I? I mean, he gave me no other choice.

Nigel: You plan on telling all your patients' secrets?

Rae: Well, I'm concentrating on Asa. I mean, his name is what's going to sell the book.

Nigel: What about the people close to Mr. Buchanan? Say, his ever-faithful servant, who from time to time called upon your expertise, fraudulent or not?

Rae: Chapter five.

Nigel: Charlatan!


Troy: I love you so much.

Nora: I love you, too.

Troy: There's no way I'm ever going to lose you, Nora.


Asa: Kill her, Nigel.

Rae: No, no --

Nigel: With pleasure, Sir.

Rae: Nigel, do you not remember all the times that you talked to me about Asa, about his violent tendencies and how upset that made you?

Asa: Don't listen to her, Nigel. I'll hire the best lawyers.

Nigel: Lawyers?

Asa: To get you off. Forget about that. Kill her!

Rae: No, no, no, no, no. Look at yourself, Nigel. Look!

Nigel: Why are you doing this?

Rae: Well, why are you?

Asa: I'll give you a big bonus, Nigel.

Rae: Do you really want to be like Asa?

Nigel: Sir, please, if there's any way short of murder to stop her from publishing that book, I'd be ever so grateful. But now I think I'm going to be sick.

Asa: All right, you witch. What is the deal?

Rae: So, what are we doing? We're switching to a more subtle approach?

Asa: I'm a horse trader from way back.

Rae: Yeah, I know who you are from way back.

Asa: What's it going to cost me?

Rae: I thought you'd never ask.

Rae: These are my demands. Now, they're quite long, so I suggest you curl up with a nice bourbon and branch and you read them over and decide what it is you want to do. Either meet my demands or end up in jail.


Blair: Ok. Almost good as new. A couple of wrinkles here, but I even dried it with a hand dryer.

Chad: Thank you so much. Bless you. Now, while you were gone, I took Mr. Manning's things out of the trash --

Blair: Ok.

Chad: I threw them in this box, I sealed it up, and I labeled it -- check it out -- "Don't open until the year 2020."

Blair: That's funny. You're buttoning your shirt wrong. Here --

Chad: No, it's right.

Blair: Let me help you. There you go.

Chad: Thanks.

Blair: You're welcome. Ok.


Téa: You are a wonderful man.

Ross: I never used to be. Just ask anyone.

Téa: Well, you are now.

Ross: Then it's because of you.

Téa: I don't care what the reason is, just as long as you stay this way.


Seth: Are you ok, Mr. Holden?

Max: Oh, never better. No sign of Viki, huh?

Seth: No. Not at Llanfair or anywhere else. How could someone just disappear like that?

Max: I don't know.

Seth: I hope for Jessica’s sake that she's not in any serious trouble.

Max: Yeah, I -- I hope so.

Roxy's voice: I'm being held captive. I'm a hostage. You got to help me.


Roxy: Are you going to kill me like you did Viki?

Allison: No.

Roxy: What, are you going to let me go?

Allison: No, because with or without that money, I got to get out of here tonight. And in case I run into trouble, you're going to be my shield.

Roxy: Hey, you don't need me as a shield. I mean, you know, you're too smart. You don't need me, so why don't you just let me be here and I can stay with Viki.

Allison: Oh, because Viki’s coming along. Doesn't that sound like fun? Besides, take a lesson -- I prefer my hostages with their mouths shut.

Roxy: I think she's keeping her mouth shut because you killed her.

Allison: Too bad for her. Too bad, baby.

[Allison screams]

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


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

Antonio: Keri.

Keri: I had to come.

Starr: What are you doing? Don't you love daddy anymore?

Niki: Did you think I was dead? Well, I ain't!

Todd: She doesn't want anything to do with me. She never did.


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