OLTL Transcript Thursday 10/24/02

One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 10/24/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Roxy: It's a tape.

Max: I can see that!

Roxy: It's from her.

Cristian: It says you're in your second trimester.

Jen: What? You changed my file?

Todd: Allison Perkins. She switches Jessica with Natalie, but all she's really doing is switching twins.

Natalie: Someone decided who was going to have one life and who was going to have the other.

Jessica: Why?


Rex: Hey, looks good.

Natalie: Don't. It's what Jen wanted.

Rex: Can I ask you something?

Natalie: Donít. Look, I know it's weird that Iím throwing Jen a bridal shower, okay, so just don't say anything.

Rex: Sure.

Natalie: I'm sorry.

Rex: What I was going to ask was how weird is it to find out that you and Jessica are really twins?

Natalie: Obviously, you heard.

Jessica: Who told you, Rex?

Rex: Oh, hey, Jess. Morning. It's all over the news. I was going to come and talk to you about it earlier, but you were still asleep, so I --

[Doorbell rings]

Rex: Came down.

Natalie: I'll get that. Party time, guys.

Jessica: Um -- actually, I wasn't asleep when you knocked on the door. I just didn't want to see you.


Max: Hey, Al.

Al: Hey.

Max: What's up?

Al: Nothing. Really, Dad, it's nothing. All right. Jen's pregnant.

Max: What? Oh, man. Are you the --

Al: Father? No, it's not mine. I thought it was, you know? That it had to be. But Jen swore up and down that it wasn't, and the medical reports confirmed the due date, so --

Max: That's what's put you in a mood?

Al: Yeah. You know, I thought that Jen and I were going to get a chance to be together, you know? We could get married and raise this kid, you know? Be happy. You know, for a second there, I was so sure it was mine.


Jen: Natalie. I am so psyched. I mean, Llanfair decorated just for me.

Natalie: Come on in.

Lindsay: Hey.

Natalie: Hi, Mrs. Rappaport.

Lindsay: Thank you so much for doing this.

Natalie: No problem. So, we got the decorations, and the cake just came --

Jen: Before we get started, can I ask you a huge favor? I was supposed to drop this off at St. Jude's, but I've just been so keyed up all morning, I completely forgot.

Natalie: Yeah, what is it?

Jen: It's for pre-cana -- this counseling thing you have to do to get married in the Catholic Church.

Natalie: Right.

Jen: Yeah, so, can you turn it in for me?

Natalie: Can it wait?

Jen: No. It has to be turned in today -- this morning. Cristian and I are getting married so soon. Should have been turned in yesterday.

Natalie: Right.

Jen: I should have done it myself, but, you know, the doctor says that I really should take it easy for the baby. And I can't very well be late to my own shower, now, can I?

Lindsay: Well, Honey, I could drop that off for you.

Jen: No. Natalie's my maid of honor. She doesn't mind. Just give it to Father Diaz, okay?

Natalie: Sure. No problem. Be back.

Lindsay: What's going on with you? Why did Natalie have to be the one to drop that form off?

Jen: I have my reasons.


Bo: So, when I got ahold of Larry Wolek, he confirmed about everything that Clint remembers.

Viki: Boy, you must have been up half the night doing all that.

Bo: I was burning the midnight oil, but you know what? I wanted to get as much information as I could just as fast as I could.

Viki: I appreciate this so much. I really do. Thanks.

Bo: You know, the police department does have an interest in these facts, too, Viki.

Viki: Yes, I know that.

Bo: All right. What I did is I started with the hospital files and did some crosschecking. Now, after your first baby was born, there were only four people left in the delivery room. There was Dr. Balsom, there was a Scrub Nurse Wells, Special Nurse Johnson, and you.

Viki: Oh, well, I was pretty much out of it, so I guess that leaves only three people who would have known what happened next, right?

Bo: Right.

Viki: And?

Bo: And that's just about as much as I can tell you right now, Viki, because the other three -- they're all dead.


Jen: That idiot! This is vanilla frosting. I said I wanted butter cream. Stupid tramp can't get anything right.

Lindsay: What? What is going on with you?

Jen: What do you mean?

Lindsay: I've never seen you so nasty. And why was it that you were insisting that Natalie be the one to drop that form off at St. Jude's?

Jen: Because Cristianís there, turning in his copy.

Lindsay: Okay, so let me get this straight -- you're throwing them together on purpose?

Jen: Any chance I get. Because I love torturing them. They want each other so bad, it's agony for them to be in the same room together. And they can't do anything about it, not when I'm having Cristianís baby.

Lindsay: It's Al's baby.

Jen: Natalie and Cristian don't know that. And as long as they think it's Cristianís, their wonderful honor is going to keep them from doing one damn thing about it.

Lindsay: When are you going to realize at some point that Cristian is giving you everything that you want? He's marrying you.

Jen: Stop kidding yourself! He wants Natalie, and she wants him. And I'm going to rub it in their faces as much as I can. They're going to pay for what they did to me. They hurt me worse than anybody ever could.

Lindsay: Honey, I know you don't want me to say anything --

Jen: I know, I know, you think this is a bad idea.

Lindsay: Yes, I do, but that's beside the point. I feel the same way you do about Natalie and Cristian after what they've done. I'm just worried.

Jen: I'm fine.

Lindsay: I'm thinking about Natalie and Cristian.

Jen: Don't tell me you feel sorry for them.

Lindsay: No, it's just that you throwing them together instead of rubbing their noses in it, as you say -- I'm afraid it might blow up in your face.


Priest: Morning, Cris.

Cristian: How you doing, Father?

Priest: Your mother brought some fresh apple pie to the rectory yesterday. Tell her it lasted all of 30 minutes, will you?

Cristian: Sure thing. I got this form ready for you.

Priest: Oh, good. I need to get you and your fiancee into those pre-cana classes right away. Your wedding's not that far off.

Cristian: Right.

Priest: When your fiancee called, she wanted the next available date.

Cristian: Well, yeah. We decided sooner would be better than later.

Priest: Well, I know when young people are in love, they never want to slow things down. But marriage is a big step.

Cristian: Yeah. Yeah, I know.

Priest: And these classes are meant to help you make sure you're not rushing into something.

Cristian: We know what we're doing, Father. Marrying Jen is the right thing to do.

Priest: There's your beautiful bride-to-be now.


Woman: Ah. There you are, Reverend. I was hoping you'd be back today.

Michael: Yes. Good morning.

Woman: Here's the yearbook you asked me to look for.

Michael: Oh, thank you very much indeed. You are a godsend.

Woman: My pleasure.

Natalie's voice: I've never really had any friends here. My one supposed friend -- well, she's pregnant, and I'm unlucky enough to be in love with her fiancť.


Rex: You didn't want to see me? It's because I'm not your brother, right? You don't want anything to do with me.

Jessica: Of course not. It's -- no, it's just that with everything that's been happening, everything's really -- it's overwhelming.

Rex: No kidding.

Jessica: You know, and as bad as it was having Roxanne as my mother, I was starting to get used to the idea of having you as a brother.

Rex: Hey, me, too. But I guess you ought to be happy, though, that Mrs. Davidson's your real mom.

Jessica: Yes, I am very happy. But I'm going to miss you. So that's the reason I didn't answer when you knocked on my bedroom. I just wasn't ready to give it up.

Rex: Well, hey, you don't have to. We could still be friends, right?

Jessica: Of course. Yes.

Rex: Cool. Well, I guess you want me out of here now, then. It's not like I'm part of the family anymore.

Jessica: What? No, no, no. Nobody's tossing you out on to the street.

Rex: Thanks, but don't worry. I'll find a new place soon. Listen, I gotta go to the bookstore. Need anything?

Jessica: Ah, no. Fine.

Rex: Okay. See you later.

Jessica: See you.

Rex: Jess, I'm really happy for you that you got your mom back.

Jessica: Thank you.


Viki: All three are dead? I knew that Dr. Balsom was dead, but both nurses as well?

Bo: Yes. Scrub Nurse Harriet Wells was struck by a hit-and-run driver three weeks after you gave birth.

Viki: Did the police find who did it?

Bo: No.

Viki: That's terrible. What about Nurse Johnson?

Bo: Yes, Maureen Johnson. Now, she had a mysterious death. She suffered a fatal heart attack.

Viki: Why was that mysterious?

Bo: Because she was only 27 years old, and she had no history of heart problems. And that's not the only thing that sticks out in that file.

Viki: What else?

Bo: Nurse Johnson resigned from the hospital four days after you delivered the babies, and she had only been working at the hospital for one month before that.

Viki: Well, I mean, that's odd, isn't it? It's hardly typical, is it?

Bo: I'll tell you something -- there's nothing typical about this case, especially when everybody that's connected to it is dead now. You know, young and old.

Viki: Are you suggesting that maybe they were killed?

Bo: Not yet. But I'm curious. What about you? Have you remembered anything that happened there in that delivery room?

Viki: Look, all I remember is this -- I had one baby. Then the nurse was telling me to rest and relax. And I haven't a clue what happened next. I mean, it was over 20 years ago, Bo.

Bo: Yeah, that's right. I'm going to stay on it, though, but I'll tell you, having three prime witnesses dead -- it will slow me down some.

Viki: Well, not all the witnesses are dead.

Bo: Are you talking about Allison Perkins?

Viki: She may not have been in the delivery room, Bo, but I would be willing to bet you that she knows something about what happened. Actually.


Max: Look, Son, maybe this is actually a good thing.

Al: You think it's a good thing that Jenís pregnant?

Max: I know you can't see it that way right now, but maybe this is a blessing in disguise.

Al: Yeah. Always nice talking to you, Dad.

Max: Al, Al, wait. Please, please, just wait, all right? Jen is a very manipulative girl.

Al: Look, I don't want to talk about this right now.

Max: Come on. She's played with your mind. She's played with your heart. Have you forgotten that?

Al: No, Dad, I haven't forgotten that.

Max: You're lucky that this is not your baby. You're lucky she's out of your life.

Al: No, Dad, I'm not, okay? And stop blaming everything on Jen, okay? I was right in there doing my part.

Max: Al, she led you on. She pulled you into bed. Then she threw you out --

Al: Stop it, okay? I -- I don't care what you think, okay, Dad? So, are we done here? Can I go?

Max: Do you care what Luna thinks?

Al: What?

Max: Luna made some tapes before she died. I didn't know they existed until yesterday. She talks about you a lot.

Al: Man, she was so great.

Max: Yeah. And she loved you a lot. Always calling you her special boy.

Al: I remember.

Max: I thought -- I thought maybe you might want to see what she had to say about you.

Al: Where'd you get these after all these years?

Max: Well, believe it or not, Roxy gave them to me.

Al: Roxy?

Max: Yes. For once in her life, she actually did something good for someone else.

Al: Yeah. There had to be something in it for her.

Max: No, nothing. And, frankly, it's one of the nicest things that anyone's ever done for me. Which reminds me of something I gotta take care of. You going to be okay?

Al: Yeah, I'm great, Dad.

Max: Good. All right, fine.

Al: All right.


Guard: Visitor.

Roxy: Visitor? Is it Max?

Rex: Okay, I know I'm a big disappointment to you, Mom, but try not to show it so much, okay? You'll give me a complex.

Roxy: You're not a disappointment. I'm glad to see you -- especially if you tell me that you paid my bail.

Rex: Sorry. No money. I'm not Jessicaís brother anymore.

Roxy: Oh, did she unhitch you from the gravy train?

Rex: Sort of. Although she says she still wants to be friends, so --

Roxy: Well, you better not let Jessica know that you've been lying, Rexy.

Rex: Well, if she finds out that I knew she wasn't my sister all along, I'll know who told her, won't I?

Roxy: Oh, and what? You're going to threaten me with jail?

Rex: Mom, come on, please. I thought we had an agreement.

Roxy: Yeah. Look where it got me.

Rex: Mom, I had nothing to do with this. Mom, please. You're not going to screw things up for me, are you?

Roxy: That depends.


Jen: Relax. Nothing's going to go wrong.

Lindsay: When people's emotions are involved, things can get very complicated.

Jen: I know what I'm doing.

Lindsay: You also know that Cristian and Natalie have strong feelings for each other, so strong that they were fooling around behind your back.

Jen: And now they're going to pay for it.

Lindsay: Maybe by you throwing them together one too many times, Jen, they're not going to be able to stop themselves. Cristian might call off the wedding.

Jen: He wouldn't dare.

Lindsay: Are you sure about that?

Jen: I'm pregnant. And if he wanted to do that, he would have done it already.

Lindsay: Yeah, but maybe not. Maybe them meeting just one more time might make them fall into each other's arms, and then they would forget about you, and you would run the risk of having to raise Al's baby alone. Is that what you want?

Jessica: Hey, guys. Everything ready for the party?

Jen: I hope so.

Jessica: Where's Natalie?

Jen: She went out on an errand.

[Doorbell rings]

Jessica: Oh. I'll get that. Sit down, guys. Relax.

Lindsay: I love you. I'm worried about you. I don't want you to get hurt.

Jen: I just think you don't want me doing this.

Lindsay: What I think about what you're doing is irrelevant at this point. By you setting out to torture Cristian and Natalie, you may have made a big mistake. This meeting may turn out to be something that you never imagined.


Priest: I can't tell you what a pleasure it is to meet you, Jen, and what a beautiful bride you're going to make, too.

Cristian: Father --

Priest: You know, I can always tell when two people are in love. Just the way you two looked at each other right now said everything. Of course, performing so many marriage ceremonies every year, I'm sort of an expert on these things.

Cristian: Actually, Father, this isn't Jen. It's Natalie Buchanan, Jenís maid of honor.

Priest: Oh.

Natalie: Yeah, Jen asked me to come by and drop this off.

Priest: I -- I'm so sorry. Naturally I just assume when you've arrived with the form in your hands --

Natalie: It's okay.

Priest: Then -- if you'll wait here a minute, I'll go get my calendar.

Natalie: Um -- yeah, I should go, too. Jen's shower's starting.

Cristian: Natalie, wait.


Luna: Darling, the only thing you got to do for Al is love him. You know what a special boy he is. He feels things more than most people, but he has more strength than most people, too. He may fall down, he may be hurting, but he's going to bounce back. Now, you trust him on that one. He will bounce back.


[Doorbell rings]

Jessica: Hey, Max.

Max: Hey.

Jessica: Is there something I can do for you?

Max: Yeah, listen, I've called your mother several times, and she's never called me back. You suppose I could see her?

Jessica: She's not here. You want me to leave a note for her or something?

Max: No, no. Actually, I need to speak with you, too. Got a minute?

Jessica: We're throwing a party for Jen Rappaport, and I've kind of wound up being the hostess.

Max: When I say a minute, I mean just that.

Jessica: Okay, yeah, sure.

Max: Great. Well, actually, what I'm here to do is to ask you if you and your mother wouldn't mind dropping the charges against Roxy.


Jen: So nice of you guys to come.

Keri: We wouldn't have missed it for the world.

Carlotta: Absolutely not.

Marcie: Are you excited?

Jen: Are you kidding me? My heart's going a mile a minute. You need to stick close by in case I get all woozy.

Marcie: Really?

Jen: You look cute. Where'd you get it?

Marcie: I got it at Loganís.

Jen: It looks great.

Marcie: You think?


Lindsay: Prof. Reynolds. Hi, I'm Jenís mother.

Keri: The woman who escaped from Statesville Prison.

Lindsay: No, I was forced to escape with another inmate. She had a gun trained on me the whole time.

Keri: I assume you know I'm R.J. Gannon's daughter? He was falsely accused of helping you escape from prison. Did you know that?

Lindsay: Oh, yes. Yes, I know all about that.

Keri: Why haven't you exonerated him?

Lindsay: Excuse me?

Keri: All you have to do is tell the police, tell the press that he was falsely accused, that he did not help you escape from prison.

Lindsay: I'm afraid I can't do that.


Jen: Come on, you don't have to thank me for inviting you.

Marcie: Well, but I really am honored to be here. Last night I sat up till about 3:00 a.m., writing in my diary. I mean, getting invited to your shower -- it's so great.

Jen: What?

Marcie: Well, you're, like, one of the most popular girls on campus, and you're being so nice to me. I mean, inviting me to your shower and --

Jen: Come on, Marcie, you're my friend. Of course I'd invite you. When I first met you, you did me such a huge favor. I'll never forget that.

Marcie: When I fudged those test results? That was nothing.

Jen: Keep your voice down.

Marcie: Oh, right.

Jen: Nobody can know about that. If anyone knew that this baby --

Marcie: Don't worry. I can -- I'm good at keeping secrets.

Jen: You're so great. I'm glad you're my friend. Where the hell is Natalie?


Natalie: Cris, I really need to go.

Cristian: I just need to know if you're okay.

Natalie: Yeah.

Cristian: Well, it must have been tough finding out that you and Jessica were twins.

Natalie: You heard?

Cristian: I practically fell out of my chair.

Natalie: Yeah. It was surprising. I can say that.

Cristian: I know you and Jess haven't always been the best of friends.

Natalie: Yeah, well, we're working on that, especially now.

Cristian: Good. I could almost break Roxyís neck for what she did to you.

Natalie: I survived.

Cristian: Yeah, yeah. But if she would have told you the truth and you would have found your real mom years ago, it would've changed everything.

Natalie: Maybe. I mean, we'll never know. What's done is done. You can't undo the past, even if you'd like to.


Viki: See, Todd said something to me yesterday that got me thinking -- assuming that Allison is telling the truth about switching the babies.

Bo: I believe she is.

Viki: Well, I do, too. Okay. Did Allison know that Natalie and Jessica were twins?

Bo: As far as I know, she never mentioned it.

Viki: And if she did know, why switch them?

Bo: Well, that's a good question. Everybody just assumed that it was some sick joke that Allison was playing. Of course, at the time, nobody knew that they were twins, which means it's very coincidental.

Viki: Or it could be very deliberate. But why switch them? What's the point? Why bring Jessica back to me?

Bo: At the time, I mean, Allison was -- "was"? She is still out of her mind. Now, she could have done this for a reason that made absolutely no sense at all.

Viki: I know that, Bo. But I just think there are too many coincidences going on here. I mean, in the first place, Dr. Balsom steals a baby and takes it to Roxanneís.

Bo: Presumably Jessica.

Viki: Yeah. Then Allison steals my baby, presumably Natalie, and takes her to Roxanneís as well.

Bo: Yeah. So now we have both babies, both stolen, all at the same house. See, that's just -- that's too many coincidences all of a sudden, and we're just getting started.

Viki: I know. Is it even possible that Allison didn't know they were twins?

Bo: I think it's more likely that Allison and Dr. Balsom were in on it together.

Viki: Uh-uh. She worked at the hospital. She was a candy striper.

Bo: That's right. I just wish we could talk to Allison, you know? Maybe we could get the truth out of her. But, Viki, when we dropped her off at St. Ann's, her mind was already Swiss cheese.

Viki: Do you think maybe we could try? I mean, it's really our only hope.

Bo: This is going to stir up a lot of memories, though -- no, Niki Smith, what happened to Ben --

Viki: I know that, but I'll manage. I will. I will never, ever forgive her for what happened to Ben, but I have to face her because I want to know the truth. I need to know what happened to my daughters.

Bo: Well, then, let's go see Allison Perkins.


Allison: I did a terrible thing.


Sister Theresa: Commissioner, you must know I can't allow you to come here and question Ms. Perkins without a subpoena.

Bo: And, Sister, you must know that I could always get one, but that would just delay things, and we were going to try to make this as easy as possible.

Sister Theresa: I'm sorry. Without a subpoena --

Viki: Sister, please. We need to do this as quickly as possible. Allison may have some information that could be vital to me.

Sister Theresa: Mrs. Davidson, I realize --

Viki: I just want to ask her a few simple questions, that's all.

Bo: You are aware that Allison Perkins kidnapped this lady's infant daughter, aren't you?

Sister Theresa: Yes, of course.

Bo: And Allison is also responsible for Mrs. Davidson's husband getting shot and being in a coma right now?

Sister Theresa: Yes, but even if I allow it, you won't get anything out of Allison. Her condition has worsened since she was recommitted here. She's often catatonic now.

Viki: I'd still like to try. Please, Sister, it would be just for a few minutes, and it is so terribly important to me. Please? It's just for a few minutes.


Rex: What do you mean, that depends?

Roxy: Mama needs bail money, Sonny.

Rex: Mom, I would help you if I could. You know that. What if I borrowed you some money and brought you some chocolates and doughnuts?

Roxy: You're not allowed to bring it in here. Besides, I'm going crazy. Look, didn't you say that Jessica still wants to be your friend?

Rex: Uh-huh.

Roxy: Then buddy up to her and get her to drop these charges.

Rex: Well, hey -- that's a great idea. I'll go see Jessica and ask her first thing.

Roxy: Really?

Rex: Sure, absolutely. But you've got to stick to your promise -- nobody can find out that I knew the truth all along. Got it?

Roxy: My lips are zipped.

Rex: Great. I'll go see Jessica right now.

Roxy: Hey, you're the greatest. I'm not going to forget this.

Rex: Well, in fact, I've forgotten already.


Jessica: I don't believe you just said that.

Max: Well, it's not like she --

Jessica: I thought you hate Roxy.

Max: I do. I -- it's very complicated.

Jessica: Not to me.

Max: Well, see, actually, she did something very nice for me, so I kind of feel like I owe her one.

Jessica: Well, I donít.

Max: Yeah, I know that.

Jessica: Roxanne pretended to be my mother, Max, when she knew all along she wasn't. Not to mention the $100,000 she tried to steal from me.

Max: That much?

Jessica: She deserves to go to jail. Roxanne and her husband are kidnappers.

Max: Right. You know what? Maybe I'll -- maybe I'll just try to get ahold of your mother later.

Jessica: I wouldn't bother, Max. She wants Roxanne to go to jail as much as I do. Trust me, you're not going to change our mind on this.

Max: Gotcha.


Jen: How long does it take to turn in a stupid form?

Marcie: What's wrong?

Jen: My maid of honor's missing.

Marcie: Natalie Buchanan? Jen, if I were your maid of honor, I'd be by your side on time and all the time.

Jen: I know you would. That's so sweet.

Marcie: Where could she be that's more important than your shower?

Jen: That's what I'd like to know.


Keri: I don't understand, Mrs. Rappaport. All R.J. wants is to have his name cleared.

Lindsay: Oh, well, you see, I'm afraid that's not possible.

Keri: What are you saying?

Lindsay: Well, I just don't think that the police would clear R.J. of anything. He's got quite a reputation in this town.

Keri: So that means he gets blamed for things that he didn't do? Mrs. Rappaport, all you would have to do is talk to the police and tell them that --

Lindsay: I hope that you'll understand that the sooner I put that nightmare behind me, the better. And if I ever walk into a police station again, it'll be too soon. Excuse me. So, looks like we're going to be grandparents soon.

Carlotta: Yes.

Lindsay: Another baby to spoil. Won't that be fun?

Carlotta: Lindsay, don't you ever speak honestly?

Lindsay: What?

Carlotta: You've never liked my son, and I've never liked you.

Lindsay: Well, at least your son did the right thing and proposed.

Jen: Mama, I need to talk to you right now. Excuse me, Mrs. Vega.

Lindsay: What is it? What's wrong?

Jen: Natalie hasn't come back yet. I think you were right. Putting her with Cristian -- I think that was the stupidest thing I've ever done.


Cristian: I wish we could go back and change things, Natalie.

Natalie: We can't.

Cristian: No. And I'm sorry.

Natalie: So am I. But now we're both just going to have to find a way to move on.

Priest: Okay, so, how about if you and Jen meet with me right here by the altar this evening?

Cristian: What? Tonight?

Priest: We need to move things along if you are to be married so soon.

Cristian: Okay. Okay, I'll tell Jen.

Priest: Excellent. I'll see you then. Nice meeting you, Natalie. Sorry about the mix-up.

Natalie: It's okay.

Cristian: Natalie --

Natalie: Can we -- can we just not talk about it anymore? We're both sorry. Jen's having your baby, and what you're doing is the right thing.

Cristian: Yeah, that's what I keep telling myself.

Priest: Dearly Beloved, we are gathering here today in the sight of God to join this man and this woman in Holy Matrimony.


Guard: Visitor.

Roxy: Tell them to go away.

Guard: You don't want to see your husband?

Roxy: Max, you're back? I don't believe it. You're back. What are you doing here?

Max: I'm here to set you free.


Luna: He may fall down, he may be hurting, but he's going to bounce back. And you trust him on that one. He will bounce back. Honey, you know he will because he's just like you. He's got a good and caring heart. He's got a heart that's so full, it's overflowing like a waterfall. Darling, I don't have to throw the tarot to see Al's future. It's written right there in his heart. Someday he is going to find somebody to share that love with. He is going to find -- he is going to find the love of his life, Darling, just like I found you. And even though she might be as contrary as you were, he might have to fight through thick and thin to win her love just like I won yours, but he will. And in the end, he's going to win her heart just like I won your heart, Sweetheart. You can count on that now.


Lindsay: Come on, Jen. You don't want people to see you so upset.

Jen: I canít believe I didn't see this coming.

Lindsay: Actually, this may be the best thing that happens to you.

Jen: What?

Lindsay: Well, if Cristian and Natalie run off now, you can get on with your life and stop this obsession --

Jen: What is the matter with you? Have you completely lost it? I am not giving up on those two. They're not going to get together.

Lindsay: I just --

Jen: That's just not an option.

Lindsay: I --

Jen: I made a mistake, that's all. That just means that I need to fix it.

Lindsay: Well, what if you can't?

Jen: I can. I wanted Natalie to be in my face every day, all day, so I could watch her suffer. Now she's just going to have to suffer somewhere else.

Lindsay: I don't understand.

Jen: I've got to get Natalie out of the picture and make sure she stays there. And I know just how to do it.


Priest: By the power vested in me by the Holy Catholic Church and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, I now pronounce you husband and wife. You may kiss the bride.


Bo: Are you sure you don't want me to go in there with you?

Viki: Ah -- you know what? I think I probably should do it alone.

Bo: Okay. I'll be right out here.

Viki: Thanks, Bo.

Viki: Allison?

Allison: I've been expecting you.

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Viki: Did you know that they were twins?

Starr: Now, listen up, Dad. Here's what we're going to do.

Al: There are so many other available women out there, women like Natalie.

Carlotta: You sent Natalie to the church?

Jen: Why? What's wrong?

Natalie: Are you following me?

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