OLTL Transcript Friday 9/13/02

One Life to Live Transcript Friday 9/13/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Gabrielle: Bo finds this, Al -- he'll go to prison for sure.

Roxy: Your mom was upstairs in your room and she tore off with your duffel bag.

Bo: I saw everything, Gabrielle. You're an incredible mother.

Todd: I don't care about Blair! Blair's nothing.

Antonio: I don't even know your name.

Elizabeth: I don't know yours either.

Keri: Hi, mom.


[Phone rings]

Antonio: Come on, Keri. Come on, Honey, pick up.


Elizabeth: "Antonio Vega." Hello?

Antonio: Keri? Keri? Hello?

Elizabeth: Hello?

Antonio: Hello? Keri?


Roxy: Hey, what are you looking for, Legs?

Al: Hey, for the last time, my name is Al, ok? And never mind what I'm looking for.

Roxy: I told you, your mommy took the gym bag.

Al: Look, I'm not looking for my gym bag, ok?

Roxy: Oh, excuse me, dude.

Al: How did she seem?

Roxy: Well, she wasn't any help, you know, when I tried to talk to her. I mean, that's for sure.

Al: I mean, was she angry or at all upset?

Roxy: Hey, do I look like a shrink?

Al: Was she upset or not, Roxy?

Roxy: What's the big deal? Why is everybody interested in what Gabby was doing here?

Al: Wait, "everybody" -- what do you mean, "everybody"?

Roxy: Well, no, no, not exactly "everybody." You, Bo Buchanan.

Al: Bo Buchanan.


Gabrielle: Bo, what have we done?

Bo: Something that I've wanted to do for a long time.


Sam: Excuse me. Is somebody sitting here?

Blair: Why'd you say that?

Sam: Why?

Blair: Did -- did he tell you that?

Sam: Tell me --

Blair: Did he tell you that he said that to me?

Sam: Are we talking about Todd?

Blair: Yes, of course we're talking about Todd. Did he tell you that he said those words to me?

Sam: Blair, tell you what?

Blair: Sam, Todd said those exact words the first time that I met him, right here, right here at this bar. He said, "Excuse me. Is somebody sitting there?" He said it right here!


Todd: Hey, Delgado. What are you doing?


Sam: You want to talk about it?

Blair: Uh-uh. Talk about what?

Sam: About how you first met Todd.

Blair: Well, obviously, I was doing something really rotten in my life and God decided to punish me.

Sam: I'm serious.

Blair: What, Todd gave you his version and now you want to hear mine?

Sam: Todd never gave me his version, seriously.

Blair: Well, let's see. Hmm. It was a lovely night. I was wearing a beautiful gold necklace, and Todd was wearing a lovely ankle bracelet -- a security-tracking device, Sam.

Sam: You're kidding.

Blair: No.

Sam: Todd was already in trouble when you met him?

Blair: When was Todd not in trouble?

Sam: You saw that and you didn't run the other way?

Blair: Oh, yeah, I ran. The big question is, why did I stop running?


Rex: Look; after all that you've done for me, the least I can do is treat my sister to a burger.

Jessica: Ok. Fine. We go dutch. How's that sound?

Rex: I don't know.

Jessica: Dutch or I'm leaving.

Rex: Ok, ok. I can use the money, anyway. Man, textbooks cost a mint.

Jessica: Yeah. Welcome to college.

Rex: Yeah, and it's not like you can buy one now and another one later.

Jessica: I'll forward you the money.

Rex: No way.

Jessica: No. You just pay me back.

Rex: Well, first, let me see what happens with this.

Jessica: Oh, you better pay that off. Those interest rates will kill you.

Rex: Well, I doubt I'll get approved anyway.

Jessica: Why not?

Rex: Part-time busboy?

Jessica: Hey, at least you have a job. You're not in debt, right?

Rex: Well, yeah, but no credit history. So I have to have a responsible adult co-sign. Oh, I might as well rip up the application.

Jessica: No, you know what? I mean, I can co-sign for you.

Rex: Well, it has to be an adult.

Jessica: I'm an adult, and I have very good credit, actually.

Rex: Well, Victoria Davidson’s daughter. Couldn't be much better.

Jessica: Yeah, you got that right.

Rex: Jess, come on, I can't ask you to do this.

Jessica: You're not asking me. I'm offering. $5,000? I think you could buy a few books with that.

Rex: Well, I’d better.

Jessica: Yeah, just don't go buying any expensive stereo equipment or anything, ok?

[Jessica laughs]

Rex: No. I wouldn't do that.


Al: Wait. Bo Buchanan was here?

Roxy: No. He called to dispose me.

Al: He called to what?

Roxy: Oh, that's legal terminography.

Al: Termino--

Roxy: Oh, you know, about Allison Perkins' hearing. But he wasn't even interested in me after he found out that your mama was here.

Al: Did he and my mom speak?

Roxy: Well, he said not to tell that he was even on the phone. I shouldn't have told you, either.

Al: Oh, come on, Roxy. I'm cool.

Roxy: Oh, really? What kind of scam are you pulling this week?

Al: No scam. Listen, the commissioner and I are setting up a little surprise for my mom, and -- could you do me a favor and not say anything to her, please?

Roxy: Hey, that's really sweet. You know, the only kind of surprises my kids give me are nothing but trouble. Your mama must be very proud of you.

Al: Oh, yeah, don't you know it.

Roxy: Yeah. Surprise -- yeah, man, that's really sweet. I sure wish I had a kid like you. I'll see you.

[Phone rings]

Gabrielle’s voice: You've reached Gabrielle Medina’s voice mail. Leave a message after the tone and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.

Al: Where are you, Mom? And what are you doing?


[Gabrielle and Bo giggle]

Bo: I think I just heard your phone.

Gabrielle: Was it? I'm obviously not keeping you busy enough.

Bo: Oh!

Gabrielle: Oh, I've wanted to do this for a long time. I just -- I didn't think that a man like you would be interested in a woman like me.

Bo: Why not?

Gabrielle: Because you are so good and honest, and I'm so not.

Bo: Well, I think you're wrong there.

Gabrielle: Well, I wish I was.

Bo: Gabrielle, when I look at you, I see a beautiful, intelligent, witty, resourceful woman who's -- well, yeah, you've made a mistake here and there along the way.

Gabrielle: Putting too much salt in the stew, Bo, is a mistake, but mine's a bit more than bad cooking.

Bo: Oh, come on. Everybody you know? I sure have.

Gabrielle: Not like mine, I don't think.

Bo: You don't think this is a mistake, though, do you?

Gabrielle: No.

Bo: No.

Gabrielle: No.

Bo: Good, good, because I don't either.

Gabrielle: You don't, do you?

Bo: No.

Gabrielle: See, that's what I find so extraordinary.

Bo: No, it's more than extraordinary. This is wonderful.

Gabrielle: Bo, you do know that I've lied to you more than once or twice.

Bo: Yeah, and, you know, that's not so wonderful, so try not to do that again, ok?

Gabrielle: Ok.

Bo: Ok.

Gabrielle: Ok.

Bo: Ok.

Gabrielle: Ok. So, what's next? I mean, do you think I can keep on living here with you as your roommate?

Bo: Oh, no. Now, you're not thinking of moving out again, now, are you?

Gabrielle: Well --

Bo: Look, I can't take that.

Gabrielle: I'm not -- I'm not moving out unless you want me to.

Bo: I don't want you to.

Gabrielle: Well, then, I'm not leaving.

Bo: Ok.

Gabrielle: So then, the big question is, does this change everything?


Keri: Mom?

Elizabeth: Oh, it was ringing. I thought it might be important. The caller I.D. says Antonio Vega. It's really breaking up, though.

Keri: Antonio? Hello?

Antonio: Hello -- Keri, can you hear me?

Keri: Yes. Yes, I can hear you. Can you hear me?

Antonio: Beautifully, Honey, just like in my dreams.

Keri: How are you? Where are you? Did you get my letter?

Antonio: Yeah, yeah. I got it before it was even mailed out. I'm actually in your office right now. Honey, I have missed you so much.

Keri: Oh, I've missed you, too.

Antonio: Honey, I've got so much to tell you. So much has happened.

Keri: I know, Antonio. I've been so worried about you.

Antonio: I lost my badge, and I had to turn in my gun.

Keri: I know it wasn't your fault. I know that.

Antonio: Well, we'll let the hearing decide that.

Keri: Oh, I tell you, I couldn't sleep at all last night. I was just tossing and turning and wondering, where were you, what are you doing.

Keri: Baby, don't worry. I know what happened. I know everything.

Elizabeth: I'm going to go.

Antonio: Oh, I thought you were out of my life forever. I've never been more miserable.

Keri: I wish I would have been there for you. But I will be from now on, no matter what.

Antonio: I can't wait to see you, to hold you, to -- where -- where are you, anyway?

Keri: I'm in Chicago right now.

Antonio: What? Why?

Keri: Oh, Antonio, my stepfather passed away suddenly.

Antonio: Oh, oh, honey, I'm so sorry.

Keri: Yeah, I need to be here for my mom right now. She needs me.

Antonio: Of course.

Keri: And I don't know -- I don't know when I'm going to be back.

Antonio: Well, then, I will come to you. I mean, I should be there with you anyway -- I mean, I should be there for you.

Keri: You mean that?

Antonio: Yes, yes, of course I do. I'm on -- I'm on the next plane. I know how important your stepfather was to you, and you should not be going through this alone.

Keri: Yeah, but it's mostly my mom I'm worried about.

Antonio: I know.

Keri: But I do really want to see you.

Antonio: Me, too.

Keri: What about the hearing, though?

Antonio: No, nothing's even been scheduled yet. Look, I'm headed for the airport, and I should be in your arms in a matter of hours.

Keri: Well, Antonio, wait, you need the address.

Antonio: No. No, no, no. I -- I already found it. I'll see you soon. I love you.

Keri: I love you, too. Mom?

Elizabeth: I take it Antonio Vega had some good news?

Keri: Oh, Mom, the best. We're back together. He's on his way to see me right now. He's on his way to the airport.

Elizabeth: Oh, Honey, seeing you this happy just means the world to me.

Keri: Oh, Mom, he is so wonderful. You just -- you can't imagine.

Elizabeth: Well, you deserve that, Honey.

Keri: I just wish that --

Elizabeth: No, look, it's ok.

Keri: You're going to meet the most wonderful man in the world.

Elizabeth: Anybody who lights you up like this -- I can't wait.


Jessica: Ok, that should do it.

Rex: Jess, I don't know what to say.

Jessica: You don't have to say anything.

Rex: You're the greatest. You know, I'm going to go put this in the mailbox  right now. If the waitress comes, order me a burger, medium --

Jessica: Medium rare, and some fries?

Rex: I'll be right back. Man, 5,000 bucks. I can fly with that kind of money. Huh, Jess didn't think you were going to make it.

Seth: Oh, and she didn't tell me her shadow would be with her, but then, I should have known.

Rex: Gee, Seth, I don't know what to tell you. We took a table for two.

Seth: Well, since you're leaving, that'll be perfect, then, huh?

Rex: Sorry to disappoint you, but I'm just going to mail a letter.

Seth: Really? Oh, what are you up to now, mail fraud?

Rex: Well, I'm up to having a burger with my sister. Last time I checked, that wasn't a crime. Lying to her and conspiring with Natalie to steal her money -- now, that is a crime.

Seth: That was a long time ago.

Rex: Look, I'm not judging you, so why don't you stop judging me for things I haven't even done?

Jessica: Well, hello. You made it. Awesome.

Seth: Hey, hold on. First, this.

Jessica: Hmm?


Sam: So why did you stop running?

Blair: Didn't Todd tell you all of this?

Sam: He told me some of it, but not all. I'd kind of like to hear it from your perspective.

Blair: My perspective. All right. Let's just call it the adventures of the damned.

Sam: Ooh. Well, I always knew money was involved.

Blair: Oh, yeah, there's lots of it.

Sam: So suddenly he became a lot more attracted.

Blair: I wasn't attracted to Todd at all. It was all about the money. You should have seen me. I was strutting my stuff.

Sam: And you got good stuff to strut.

Blair: Why, thank you, Mr. Rappaport.

Sam: As if you didn't know. So you played Todd for all the millions he was worth.

Blair: Yeah. And while I was playing him, he was playing me. But I fell for the worst trick of all. I fell in love with him.


Téa: Yeah, I was just rearranging the place. I guess some kind of domestic virus must have invaded my body as we slept. So did you hunt and gather us some food?

Todd: The berry monger said that these are very fresh.

Téa: Ooh, my favorite. How'd you guess?

Todd: Well, there were so many to choose from, but then I remembered that these are your favorite.

Téa: Mmm, delicious, as always. You know, I could make a whole meal out of these.

Todd: I think it sucks there's no bacon and eggs.

Téa: Yeah.

Todd: Oh, there were some eggs there, but they were pterodactyl eggs, so they've been expired, you know, for, like, 100 million years.

Téa: Darn.

Todd: So I guess we're going to have to make friends with cabana boy Ross if we're going to have some protein around here.

Téa: Oh, the man knows how to fish.

Todd: And I don’t. Can't figure out how to use that spear thing. I don't really see myself, you know, with a fishing rod and, you know, and bait and shiners and all that Tom Sawyer kind of stuff.

Téa: Yeah. Todd Manning and fishing -- I just can't see it. I can see you getting back together with Blair, though.

Todd: Who's Blair?

Téa: Right.

Todd: I'm serious. Look, if she wasn't Starr and Jack's mother, now I wouldn't even remember her name.

Téa: That's right, you have two kids with her.

Todd: No, I had -- not anymore. She threw me out of their lives.

Téa: Todd, you gave her baby away. You told her that he'd died.

Todd: Yeah, everybody says it like that. Look, you know what? I brought the kid back.

Téa: She probably grieved for a long time about that baby. The pain must have been unbearable at times.

Todd: It should have worked. It -- it should have. I wanted it to.

Téa: And you still do, don't you?


Sam: Todd loved you, too, Blair.

Blair: I hoped he did.

Sam: He did.

Blair: Yeah. I thought that he -- I hoped that he could actually love another person.

Sam: He's capable of love, as hard as that may seem. He doesn't express it very well.

Blair: Oh, or at all. You know what? I take that back, because he does express it with the kids. He loves Jack and Starr. I'll believe that.

Sam: Yeah, he's quite amazing with them.

Blair: And I think they know that. When I would see him with Starr, I could see through all the hurt, the manipulation, and the cruelty down to the wounded little boy inside.

Sam: Yeah, well, the little boy desperate for love.

Blair: I thought that my love could surround him and make him feel safe. I thought my love would change him. What a fool I was.


Roxy: Hey, Rex. Rexy. Wait up, Honey.

Rex: What are you doing here?

Roxy: I'm grabbing a bite. You want to join me? My treat.

Rex: Hmm, in your dreams. Why aren't you eating at Break Bar, or won't your husband even let you in the place?

Roxy: Ooh, you are so mean to your mama.

Rex: When have you ever been my mama? When you used to lock me and Natalie in the bedroom in Atlantic City while you were out partying?

Roxy: Hey, I never did that. You can't believe what your crummy sister says.

Rex: How about how you kept Natalie and let Aunt Corinne take me away? Or was that made up, too?

Roxy: Your Aunt Corinne could give you a better life than I could.

Rex: Bull. Have you ever done anything for me? And you never will.

Roxy: Would it kill you to give me a chance?

Rex: Maybe. It almost killed Jessica.

Roxy: What are you talking about?

Rex: She could have died when you were trying to steal her money and almost had her run off the road.

Roxy: Hey, you know that wasn't my idea. What are talking like this for? You're my son.

Rex: Ahem. And Jessica’s your daughter.


Seth: Interesting how well Rex gets along with Roxy.

Jessica: I wonder where that waitress is. I'm starving.

Seth: How about I get us a couple of drinks from the bar while we wait?

Jessica: That sounds good. Don't forget to get one for Rex, ok?

Seth: Oh, I'd never forget Rex.


Rex: You're a joke, Roxy, always were, always will be.

Roxy: That's the way you talk to your mama?

Rex: You blew it. You got dealt the perfect hand and didn't know how to play it.

Roxy: So what are you saying?

Rex: I won't make the same mistake.

Roxy: Hey, slow down, because you ain't making any sense.

Rex: I'm talking about family, Roxy. It's the most important thing.


Bo: We still enjoy sharing meals and talking about one another's day, and, you know, we enjoy being the first thing that we see in the morning and the last thing at night. Don't we?

Gabrielle: Yeah. So, we can just keep on being roommates?

Bo: Well, no, not exactly. Oh, no. Is that what you meant about changing things?

Gabrielle: Well, I wasn't sure.

Bo: Ok, all right. Let me put it this way. I don't want to have a wall separating the two of us all night long while we're there pretending that we're not really thinking of one another. Unless, of course, you do.

Gabrielle: Well, let me think about it. Let's see. Well, nights together, nights apart. Nights together, nights apart. Nights together.

Bo: Oh, good, then. It's settled.

Gabrielle: I squeeze the toothpaste from the middle of the tube.

Bo: Yeah. You see, that's the big stuff. Everything else is easy.

Gabrielle: As far as the rest of the world is concerned, nothing's changed. I mean, they don't have to know that we're anything other than just roommates, unless we want them to know.

Bo: Mm-hmm.

Gabrielle: Do we want them to know?

[Knock on door]

Bo: I'm not going to keep how I feel about you a secret, not from my colleagues, not from my family, not from anyone.

Gabrielle: I don't want to, either.

Bo: Plus, you know, if we even tried to keep it a secret, it wouldn't work. Pop figured it out a long time ago. Oh, hmm.

Gabrielle: That frightened him to death, didn't it?

Bo: It sure did.

Gabrielle: Yeah. Remember the blind date he put you on.

Bo: Yeah. Claire.

Gabrielle: I suspect that Claire picked up on a little bit of chemistry between us.

Bo: You suspect?

Gabrielle: Hell, no. She told me to my face.

Bo: And I kept denying it.

Gabrielle: As did I.

Bo: All right. Well, now that we've got it figured out, I think that we ought to let the whole world know just how happy we really are.

Gabrielle: Me, too.

Bo: Did you just hear something?

[Al sighs]

Gabrielle: The only thing that I heard was you declaring that we are officially a couple.

Bo: Yeah, well, what do you say we get dressed and we'll go out and we'll celebrate our first official public appearance together?

Gabrielle: What -- now?

Bo: Yeah, now. Yeah. We'll sit across from each other; hold hands, lean across the table, nice, cozy little restaurant. We'll give them something to talk about.

Gabrielle: Oh, I'd love to do that tomorrow because today, I would like to celebrate privately, just you and me here.


Woman: She's very pretty.

Antonio: Excuse me?

Woman: Your girlfriend -- or wife?

Antonio: Oh, oh. Well, not -- not yet, but soon. Keri's the most beautiful woman in the world.

Woman: And lucky to have such an adoring boyfriend.

Antonio: Oh, no, no, no. I'm actually the lucky one. I mean, I couldn't wait another minute to see her.

Woman: Oh. Now I understand all your nervous energy.

Antonio: Well, no, actually, that's because I'm going to go meet her mother for the first time. I just -- I'm just hoping she likes me.


Keri: Ok. So what do you think of this?

Elizabeth: Gorgeous.

Keri: You don't think I should put on the other dress?

Elizabeth: Honey, I promise you Antonio is not going to be nearly as concerned about what you're wearing as you are.

Keri: I know. I just -- I was so terrified that we would never get back together again, and now that we are, I just -- I want everything to be perfect, you know? I'm -- I'm sorry.

Elizabeth: What? Will you stop?

Keri: You just lost Steve.

Elizabeth: I know, but seeing you happy like this is absolutely the best medicine for me.

Keri: How can you be so together so soon after --

Elizabeth: I don't know. I wasn't, but somehow that stranger I met on the road made me realize how important it is to celebrate all the years that Steve and I had together instead of mourn the ones we don't have.

Keri: Well, this stranger sounds like a very wise man.

Elizabeth: I was lucky to meet him. It was pretty special. So, I hope this Antonio makes you as happy as Steve made me.

Keri: He does. He is caring and decent, and, oh, he's so smart and --

Elizabeth: Mm-hmm.

Keri: Did I tell you he's the one who stood by me during that university panel?

Elizabeth: Mm-hmm, once or twice.

Keri: He was the inspiration for me finish my book, finally.

Elizabeth: Look, all that stuff's great, but let's get down to the good stuff. Tell me, what does this Antonio Vega guy look like?

Keri: Oh, mom. He is so gorgeous.

[Elizabeth laughs]

Keri: He is. He's just gorgeous. Oh, you know, I have a picture of him!

Elizabeth: I'd love to! Hurry up! I mean, bring it on.


Todd: No, I don't want things to work out with Blair. I just -- I just want my kids back! That's all!

Téa: I'm not so sure.

Todd: Well, get sure, Delgado! Look, why are you doing this? You -- you understood. You knew why I did what I did.

Téa: I do know why. Look, I'm not blaming you.

Todd: Well, then, what are you doing?

Téa: I'm trying to figure out how much unfinished business there is between you and Blair.

Todd: None! Zero!

Téa: Well, I don't believe you.

Todd: Well, believe me, ok? Look, I -- Blair’s garbage, all right? She means nothing to me! She's out of my life!

Téa: She's not out of your life!

Todd: What don't you get? I hate Blair.

Téa: No. You hate yourself for what you did to her.


Sam: Blair, you're being way too hard on yourself. If you were a fool then, so was I. Everybody who ever cared about Todd made the same mistake.

Blair: Yeah? Well, he fooled me over and over again, Sam. He actually made me believe that he was ready to accept that I was having another man's child.

Sam: Meaning?

Blair: Meaning Jack.

Sam: Jack, right.

Blair: He thought that Jack was my ex's son, and I let him believe that.

Sam: Yeah, I never fully understood that.

Blair: I was trying to test Todd’s love for me.

Sam: He doesn't do well on tests.

Blair: No. Definitely didn't on that one. He took my baby away after he delivered it, and then he told me that it was dead. Now, how could he do that to me, Sam?

Sam: I don't know.

Blair: How could he make me believe that my own baby was dead? And then he made me fall in love with him all over again. You know what? I was wrong about that. Todd has changed. He's gotten worse, and you know what I did? I stood right here, right here in this stinking bar, and I sang "Unforgettable" to him. I stood right here. I sang my heart out to him, and the whole while he held on to that little evil, evil secret of his.

Sam: Hey, easy. Easy.

Blair: You know what? He is forgettable. He's totally forgettable, and who were we talking about? We were talking about Todd Ma-- Todd who? I don't know who he is.

Sam: But, Blair, when you got those divorce papers --

Blair: Yeah, what about them?

Sam: You came here to where you met Todd and to where, for one of the last times, you were still happy and in love with him. Why?


Gabrielle: Yes, that's the right address. Good, thanks. The food will be here in half an hour.

Bo: Oh, great. Hey, what about all that food that you brought from Luigi's?

Gabrielle: Oh, I just had this craving for some Chinese food. Maybe it's you.

Bo: Well, then, Chinese food is good.

Gabrielle: And it is a woman's prerogative to change her mind.

Bo: Just as long as you don't change your mind about me.

Gabrielle: I won't if you won't.

Bo: I won’t.

Gabrielle: I only have 30 minutes to get a shower before the food comes.

Bo: Oh. Ok.

Gabrielle: And you know what's amazing?

Bo: What?

Gabrielle: This.


Al: Ok. It's got to be in here. It's got to be in here. No, not in here. Damn! Where is it? Ok. Ok, let's think about this logically. And your mom doesn't want you to go to prison. She wouldn't turn you in, she couldn't. I mean, she wouldn't, would she?

[Phone rings]

Al: Oh, God. Hello.

Bo: Al, this is Bo Buchanan.

Al: Uh -- he Bo. What's up?

Bo: I think we need to talk about you removing that gym bag from my house.


Seth: So what kind of student was Rex?

Roxy: Oh, he was good. He got into Llanview U, didn't he?

Seth: Well, somebody got him in. What kind of kids did he used to hang out with?

Roxy: Hey, you're asking me?

Seth: Well, did he have a lot of friends?

Roxy: Hey, he's my kid. What do you expect?

Seth: Did he get in a lot of trouble?

Roxy: Hey, sorry, you're giving me a third-degree burn here.

Seth: Well, he's a freshman, and there are fraternities that I want him to pledge -- you know, join.

Roxy: Oh, yeah, so they need to find out stuff so they know whether they want to give him the secret handshake, right?

Seth: Exactly.

Roxy: Yeah, well, you know, he's Roxy Holden's kid. You know, what more do they need?

Seth: Oh, well, see, that's enough for me, but the fraternities --

Roxy: Oh, so you need a little bit more info. Oh, ok. Well, you know, his Aunt Corinne, you know, raised him most of his life. It's not that I didn't want to do it myself. It's just that there were exterminating circumstances, if you know what I mean.

Seth: So you know nothing about his life?

Roxy: Hmm. I sure knew him as a little kid. Believe me, he was no trouble at all.

Seth: No, I'm talking about when got older, though.

Roxy: Well, he was with his Aunt Corinne.

Seth: And you never asked?

Roxy: Well, you know, I believe that dogs and kids should be put on a long leash -- you know, particularly, dogs so that you can pretend that they're not yours when they, you know, you know what.

[Roxy laughs]

Seth: But your sister-in-law. She must have kept you informed, right?

Roxy: Hey, you know, I got a lot of stuff to do, so I'm going to go. Great talking with you.

Seth: But –

Roxy: I'll see you around. Bye.


Jessica: No. Rex, look, when your credit card comes out, don't think that you're taking me to some fancy restaurant, ok?

Seth: Credit card?

Jessica: Yes. Mr. Big Shot here is joining the plastic world.

Seth: Oh, no kidding? You know, it took me forever to get approved when I first started working.

Rex: Well, of course, I don't know if I'll get approved.

Jessica: What? You better get approved. I co-signed for you. Of course you'll get approved.


Blair: You know why I came here, Sam? I'll tell you why. Because I want to remember who and what Todd Manning was from the first moment I met him.

Sam: Really?

Blair: Yeah. I want to remember every awful thing that man ever did to me.

Sam: I don't think that's such a good idea, Blair.

Blair: You don't? Well, I think it's a fabulous idea. Hmm. In fact, I think it's already working because, you know, when I imagine Todd, you know what I feel?

Sam: What?

Blair: I don't feel anything. I feel nothing. I feel absolutely nothing! All the rage, all the anger -- it's gone. And that -- that makes me feel good.

Sam: You may not be mad at Todd, but you're going to be angry at me.

Blair: Why? What'd you do?

Sam: Because I have to ask you a question, Blair, and I want you to answer me as honestly as you can.

Blair: Ok. What? What?

Sam: Do you still love Todd?


Téa: I saw you looking at something this morning and then hiding it.

Todd: No, I didn't.

[Téa laughs]

Téa: I shouldn't have, but I couldn't help myself, but I found Blair’s picture.

Todd: Ok, look, I looked at Blair’s picture. So what? Come on, I mean, it's -- I'm different than you are. You know that! I just wanted to, you know, remind myself how much I can't stand her, and now I just can't stand you.

Téa: Really, Todd? Or were you looking at Blair’s picture because you still love her?


Keri: That's weird.

Elizabeth: What?

Keri: Where is it? Ugh. My top drawer back in Llanview. When Antonio and I broke up, I took the picture out of my wallet. It got a little embarrassing bursting into tears every time I went to look for my lipstick.

Elizabeth: Don't worry about it. I'll be seeing your drop-dead gorgeous boyfriend in the flesh soon enough.

Keri: Mom, you are just going to love him. You're just going to love him. I know it.

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


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

Troy: Lindsay's thinking about leaving town.

Lindsay: I'm looking into the background of dr. Troy MacIver.

Blair: Do I still love Todd?

Sam: That's my question.

Todd: We need to leave, Téa, today.

Keri: Go ahead, answer it. You're not going to believe your eyes.

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