OLTL Transcript Wednesday 11/6/02

One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 11/6/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Lindsay: I know what happened to Joanna -- you killed her, and you and I both know it.

Al: I didn't know that you and Jen knew each other. Now you're her maid of honor?

Viki: He knew I was carrying twins and he kept it from me. Why?

Bo: It was important to Mitch Laurence.

Natalie: It was just a hug.

Cristian: Looked to me like he was interested in a lot more than a hug.


Max: "Marcie Walsh"?

Al: She's just a friend, Dad.

Max: Uh-huh. Hmm.

Al: Really, she's just a friend.

Max: Yeah, hey -- as long as she can help you face facts about Jen, it's good news.

Al: Yeah, you know, I'm hoping Marcie can help me do exactly that -- face the facts.


[Knock on door]

Jen: Hi.

Marcie: Hi, Jen. Oh, I'm almost done with the alterations.

Jen: Good thing, because the wedding is definitely on for today.

Marcie: Oh, that is so neat.

Jen: Cristian couldn't wait to marry me.

Marcie: Wow. Well, what made him change his mind?


Antonio: We're really lucky the tailor was able to do this so fast. Hey, come on, are you going to try on your tux? Come on, we've got a wedding to go to.

Cristian: Natalie's with the wrong man.


Natalie: What is this place?

Mitch's voice: Heed the messenger!

Congregation: Heed the messenger! Heed the messenger!

Michael: This place was once very special to me.

Natalie: That's why you brought me here?

Michael: Natalie, I think it's time you knew everything about me.


Viki: So Dr. Balsom was a member of Mitch's cult. My God, which means that Mitch could have been controlling him all along, same way he was Allison and all the others. Well, let's see who else is here.

Viki: Peter Manning -- that's Todd's Father. Maybe Todd knows something about why my baby was taken.


Todd: All I'm saying is that everybody has two lives -- the life that they live and the life that they want to make everybody to think that they live. Everybody, even your new best friend Troy.

Nora: And for Troy, those two lives are the same life.

Todd: No, they're not. They can't be. Nobody can do that, nobody. Come on, how can you be so sure that Blair didn't get it on with Troy?

Nora: Oh, you know, that's so typical of you, Todd, just to assume that everyone is as depraved as you are. He's a good person.

Todd: You sound like a broken record. "He's a good person, he's a good person, he's a good person."

Nora: It's called faith, Todd, and you have faith when you love someone.

Todd: That is ridiculous. How does loving somebody have anything to do with stopping the whole thing from blowing up in your face?


Troy: You're not going to tell Nora or anyone else about Joanna, because if you do, then not only will you not be going to your own daughter's wedding, but I'm going to see to it that Jen hates you for the rest of your life.

Lindsay: You're so full of it. You don't have anything to threaten me with. Or is this leading up to some fantastic lie that you plan on hanging over my head?

Troy: Oh, no. No, I don't have to do that. You see, you may know what I did in Africa, but I know what you did right here, Lindsay. So if you don't back off right now, then Jen's going to hear it all, every last detail.


Rae: It's brilliant, really brilliant. And it's exactly what that old stodgy mausoleum needed.

Designer: The cost, of course, is high.

Rae: Oh, no, forget that. The cost -- it's my favorite part.

Asa: There you are, my sweetheart.

Rae: Oh --

Asa: Nigel told me what the hell you were up to. This must be the hombre you're hiring to pick my pocket.

Rae: Asa, darling, this is Fabrizio.

Asa: Fabrizio. Fabrizio who?

Fabrizio: Just Fabrizio.

Rae: He is called the Michelangelo of exterior design, Asa.

Asa: He wouldn't want to know what the hell I'd call him. Oh, Mike, take a hike.

Rae: I think that we should continue this later. I'll call.

Fabrizio: As you wish.

Asa: How about what Asa wishes, Gretel?

Rae: Do you know how ignorant you sound when you talk to an artist like Fabrizio?

Asa: Me? Me ignorant? Not as long as you remember my last name. It's Buchanan.


Max: So tell me about this Marcie.

Roxy: I've been looking for you all over town, Maxie.

Max: Oh, yeah.

Roxy: So what's shaking Le-- Al.

Al: Not a whole lot. Boy, look at the time. I gotta go.

Max: You have fun. What are you two going to do?

Al: I have a big surprise planned for Marcie.


Jen: Cristian just loves me so much, he practically begged me to move up the wedding date.

Marcie: That's so romantic.

Jen: Right. So just be on time. Nothing's going to go wrong today, and don't tell anybody about this until it's over with, got it?

Marcie: Oh, I won't let you down. Our friendship means everything to me.

Jen: Well, it means a lot to me, too.

Marcie: It's so great of you to stop by. Can I make you some tea? You know, I have one of those coil thingies.

Jen: No, no, no, no. That's okay.

Marcie: I can't offer you some cookies or anything?

Jen: No. I just came to talk to you about my records.

Marcie: The real ones or the fake ones?

Jen: The real ones. The ones that say I'm in my first trimester instead of my second.

Marcie: The ones that prove your baby is Al's.

Jen: Shh.

Marcie: Don't worry. We're alone. I put them in a very safe place.

Jen: Okay, I think we should put them back in Dr. Conklin's files.

Marcie: Really? Well, why?

Jen: If she notices the changes, it could be really bad, because she knew I wanted to change my due date.

Marcie: Oh, oh, yeah.

Jen: So I think you should put them back so she won't get all weird.

Marcie: Good point. Good point. But I'll keep the fake ones just in case Cristian ever wants to see them again, okay?

Jen: Okay, good thinking, good. Now everything's better.

Marcie: This is perfect.

Jen: Yeah, Dr. Conklin was the only thing I was still worried about, and she's no problem, so --

Marcie: It's perfect.

Jen: Yeah. Nothing can stop me from marrying Cristian.


Nora: I know why you're so cynical about all of this.

Todd: No, I just see life the way it is.

Nora: Well, you loved Blair, and the whole relationship blew up in a spectacular way.

Todd: Well, I don't love Blair now.

Nora: You don't? Not at all? Really? Well, for me, because -- for me, love never completely dies. You know, I may be with Troy now, but whenever I see Sam, I remember the sweetness of loving him and I remember the pain when it was over.

Todd: So what happens if you run into Hank or Bo? Boy, you'll be a real wreck at the end of that day.

Nora: Hmm. You meant that to be nasty, but you know what? I do feel warmly about both of them, and I think it's better that way.

Todd: That's great.

Nora: If you don't remember the good points about a relationship, how can you ever hope to love again, Todd?

Todd: I'm going to have that cuddly little thought put into a needlepoint. Is there any point at all in me trying to get you to see the light about Dr. Tied-to-the-wheel?

Nora: I'm lucky to have him in my life.

Todd: Mm-hmm. And what are the odds of me getting Troy to testify against Blair in a child custody suit?

Nora: Zero.

[Phone rings]

Todd: Well, thank you.

Nora: For what?

Todd: For nothing.

Todd: What?

Viki: Todd?

Todd: What?

Viki: Could you come over here right away? I'm home. It's kind of a family emergency.

Todd: Yeah, sure. No problem. Huh. Don't worry about it. Looks like I don't need your help, anyway. Viki's going to help me out. Out of my way.

Emily: Who's that?

Nora: It doesn't matter. So, what brings you over here?

Emily: Well, I came to see Troy.

Nora: He's not here.

Emily: Oh.

Nora: Emily -- oh -- I know I badgered you just ruthlessly about that note "Never forget."

Emily: Actually, why don't we just forget about that?

Nora: And we will forget about it as soon as I clear the air. I know why you and Troy were so upset about it. I know what happened.


Lindsay: Everybody knows about everything I did, including Jen.

Troy: Is that so? Everything?

Lindsay: Jen knows what I did to Nora.

Troy: Oh, I'm not talking about what you did to Nora, Lindsay. That's old news. I'm talking about what you did to Jen.

Lindsay: I didn't do anything to hurt Jen.

Troy: Not even change her pregnancy test?

Lindsay: I did that for her own good.

Troy: You drew a line on a test strip and turned a negative result into a positive one so that you could convince Jen that she was having Al Holden's baby.

Lindsay: I thought that Al would be a better man for her, Troy.

Troy: Especially when he was Asa Buchananís adopted son, right?

Lindsay: I just told you that I did what I thought was best for her.

Troy: You almost ruined three people's lives, Lindsay.

Lindsay: But I didn't, did I?

Troy: No, you just put them through hell, that's all. You remember? Jen and Cristian broke up, which led to the fight at the quarry, which led to Al's paralysis, which led to Jen and Al at the altar just two words away from a disastrous marriage.

Lindsay: Everything turned out just fine in the end, didn't it?

Troy: Well, not for you, because when Jen finds out how you betrayed her, she's going to hate you forever.

Lindsay: If you tell Jen, the only person you're going to be hurting is her.

Troy: No, it's going to hurt you a whole lot worse.

Lindsay: You wouldn't.

Troy: Sure I would, Lindsay. But I won't if you keep your mouth shut about what happened to my wife in Africa. So what do you say, Lindsay? Do we have a deal?


Antonio: Look, you are marrying Jen today, okay? What is this, huh? You still want to be with Natalie?

Cristian: Look, Jen's going to be my kid's mom, and by tonight, she's going to be my wife, okay?

Antonio: Yeah, well, look, I hear you, right? So what is this about Natalie and some other guy?

Cristian: Well, I still care about what happens to her, man. I saw her at the quarry with some guy, and they weren't just having a friendly chat.

Antonio: Yeah?

Cristian: This guy was older, Antonio. He was a lot older than Natalie.

Antonio: Oh, Cris, so long as she's of age, all right, it doesn't matter if he's 100, it's legal.

Cristian: Yeah, I know that. But there was something about this guy I didn't like.

Antonio: That he was with Natalie?

Cristian: Look, Antonio, this has nothing to do with jealousy. I know that Natalie has to move on.

Antonio: Mm-hmm.

Cristian: She deserves to find someone that can love her the way that she deserves to be loved.

Antonio: And you really accept it won't be you?

Cristian: Well, I think about her. I probably always will. But I want her to be happy, man. And what's freaking me out is that I might have pushed her into making a big mistake.


Natalie: I want to know all about you.

Michael: And I want you to.

Natalie: So, this is where you used to live.

Michael: This was where I tried to guide others on to the path of righteousness. This once was my church.

Natalie: But it's just a house.

Michael: A place of worship doesn't need a steeple or an altar, Natalie. All it needs are souls in search of the divine and a guide to lead them on their journey.

Natalie: And that's what you are?

Michael: That's what I was. Mine was a special kind of ministry. In a way, it was appropriate that we all met here in a simple house made for a family to live in, because that's what we were, really -- a family. Until I let down my flock.

Natalie: How did you let them down?

Michael: "To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven." I could have had everything I wanted for myself and others, but my timing was off.

Natalie: I know exactly what you mean by lousy timing. Same thing just happened to me.

Michael: Oh, perhaps that's why our paths have crossed. Kindred spirits often seek each other out. But despite my many failures, I believe I did good work here and helped many people.

Natalie: The way you've helped me.

Michael: No, the way we're helping each other. But right now, I think it's you who needs something.

Natalie: What?

Michael: Peace. Here.

Natalie: Michael, I -- I haven't had any of that in a long time. I don't even think I remember what it feels like.

Michael: That's because your mind is an untamed torrent of painful thoughts. But I can help you banish them.

Natalie: I don't think that's possible.

Michael: It is. Let me show you. Close your eyes. This will help, Natalie. Trust me.

Natalie: I do trust you, Michael.

Michael: Good. Because this doesn't work without that kind of trust. Or perhaps the better word is "faith." Now close your eyes, Natalie.

Michael: Oh, yes. You're all tense. That won't do.

Michael: "My peace be unto you. Let not your heart be troubled. Neither let it be afraid."

Michael: How do you feel now, Natalie?

Natalie: Like a feather. Like a breeze could just float me away.

Michael: What you're feeling is the lightness of your own soul. It's part of the healing process. All part of the process.


Marcie: Perfect.

[Knock on door]

Marcie: Hello? What do you want?

Al: Can I come in?

Marcie: What for?

Al: Well, I wanted to talk to you about Jen. Please. I need your advice, okay? Look, I want to do something, you know, special for her wedding.

Marcie: What?

Al: Well, I was thinking of making a C.D., you know, of her favorite songs -- they could play at the reception, and I thought since you're her best friend --

Marcie: Jen doesn't want anything from you.

Al: I understand why you're acting like this, okay? I've been nothing but bad news for a long time as far as Jen's concerned.

Marcie: Definitely the worst.

Al: And I know that a gift doesn't make up for it, but it's a start, you know? And I figured since you and Jen are such good friends, you know, that I would ask you, you know, what you thought.

Marcie: That's right. She picked me to be her maid of honor.

Al: Yeah. Congratulations. You know, I mean, look, I think it's great that you and Jen are getting so close. You know, she needs a good friend, especially after everything she's been through, and I just want to thank you for being there for her.

Marcie: Uh, you're welcome, but that's just what friends do.

Al: Well, Jen's a really great person, you know, and I'm starting to think that you're a really good person, too, and I just think it's great that you're her friend. How did you guys become friends, anyway? I mean, I'm sure there's a great story behind it.


Troy: So do we have a deal or don't we?

Lindsay: You said you would never tell anybody that I changed that pregnancy test.

Troy: Yes, I did.

Lindsay: You said if I confessed to drugging Nora that you would never tell Jen.

Troy: That's right.

Lindsay: So you're going back on your word? Hmm? And you want me to strike another deal with you? How am I supposed to trust you?

Troy: I don't like doing this, Lindsay. I don't want to hurt Jen. I don't even want to hurt you.

Lindsay: But you're so very good at it.

Troy: I wish I didn't have to stoop to your level, Lindsay, but you leave me no choice. I do not want to see Nora hurt, and I will do whatever I have to do to make sure that doesn't happen. Do you understand?

Lindsay: Even ruin a young woman's life who is just starting out?

Troy: I love Nora, and I am not about to lose her. Just like I'm sure you're not about to lose Jen.

Lindsay: No.

Troy: Good. So now are you going to keep quiet and stay away from Nora? Or do I tell Jen how her own mother came to me for a drug to make her think that she was pregnant? How her own mother changed the results on her own pregnancy test?


Rae: Now I want to put a Japanese garden in the front, and of course, I'm going to widen the pond in the back, and Fabrizio has created this fabulous sort of waterfall thing.

Asa: Are you trying to ruin me, woman?

Rae: Thanks to you, Asa, I have no job to go to. I have no friends who want to have lunch with me, so I have to stay busy doing something, don't I?

Asa: Try robbing a bank. Go out and steal from somebody else for a change, huh?

Rae: A waterfall. That would require building a mountain, wouldn't it?


Max: Roxy, you've got a trial coming up for kidnapping, fraud. I mean, shouldn't you be off somewhere planning your defense?

Roxy: I guess you haven't heard -- Viki dropped the charges.

Max: What? What?

Roxy: Yeah. I was facing 10 to 15 years, easy, but Viki got me off the hook. I mean, she's a real doll, baby. I think Lunaís good vibes have finally reached me. So, I'm telling you right now, you're not going to get away from me, Baby.


Todd: Okay, Vik, how are we going to fix it so I get to see my kids?

Viki: I don't know.

Todd: Okay, what's the big family emergency, then?

Viki: This is about my children, okay?

Todd: Kevin's not here, is he?

Viki: What? No. No. Listen, you know how I've been trying to figure out why Jessica was stolen, why Allison switched Natalie and Jessica, you know, later on? I'm starting to think that it has a lot to do with a guy who used to live here, a man named Mitch Laurence.

Todd: Oh. I thought I was here so we could talk about my kids.

Viki: No. Now, this Mitch Laurence, he was kind of a self-proclaimed religious leader. He had a cult and he had a big following. They were fanatical, all of them, most of them young women, but not all were young women. One of his followers was Peter Manning.

Todd: Peter Manning? My father, Peter Manning? No, no, no. The only religion he ever had was raising his cane to me.

Viki: Well, there was nothing very religious about Mitch, either, believe me. He was a total phony who really just took advantage of all of his followers. They used to call him the messenger.

Todd: "Heed the messenger"?


Michael: Open your mind to peace, Natalie. Open your heart to healing.

Natalie: Oh. That felt -- good.

Michael: I want you to have that good feeling all the time, Natalie.

Natalie: You want a lot for me. What about you? What do you want?

Michael: I want for nothing.

Natalie: You could use some furniture.

Michael: Well, a man's life doesn't consist in the abundance of his possessions.

Natalie: Yeah, that's true. All my life, I wanted things, and now that I have all this money and I can buy whatever I want, truth is, that's not really what matters.

Michael: You're fortunate to have learned that so young.

Natalie: That doesn't mean that you can't have some nice stuff, though. I mean, come on. I see you in the same type of suit all the time. Don't you even have a winter coat? It's getting cold out there already.

Michael: God will provide. I mean, he's already given me so much.

Natalie: Uh, yeah, I have -- I better go. Thanks for bringing me here.

Michael: Oh, I'm so glad you came. Natalie, um -- could you not tell anyone about this place for now? At least until I get settled.

Natalie: Sure, yeah. You have done so much for me, Michael. I want to do something for you.


Michael: You already have.

Emily: Troy told you?

Nora: Yes, he told me about the woman who died, and Lindsay told me the rest.

Emily: She did?

Nora: Yes, and that the family blames Troy for the death of his patient, and they sent the note "Never forget," and it was so obviously hurtful to him, and I wanted to help him, and so I overreacted.

Emily: Of course.

Nora: And, you know, I didn't think about Troy and his needs, you know -- some time, a private moment, alone with his pain, and I just -- I suddenly felt very shut out and I -- I badgered you. I harassed you for the story, and I'm sorry.

Emily: It's okay. Do you know where Troy went?

Nora: No, no, I -- actually, I donít. But don't worry. He's doing so much better than he was before.


Lindsay: Jen, how long have you been standing there?

Jen: I heard everything, Mother.

Troy: Jen, I -- I didn't want this to happen.

Jen: No, it's okay. And if you're expecting me to be shocked or upset, I'm not.

Troy: You're not?

Jen: No. Because I knew what my mom did. I knew that she made me think I was pregnant. And I've forgiven her. Now, if you don't mind, I need to talk to my mom about the wedding.

Troy: Yeah.

Lindsay: I'll be right back. Nice try. And by the way, I am going to tell Nora about what you did to your wife just as soon as I figure out the best way how.

Lindsay: You knew that I altered that pregnancy test?

Jen: I suspected it. So now I know for sure. So what?

Lindsay: And is it true that you really forgive me?


Marcie: Jen and I have a lot in common.

Al: Like?

Marcie: Oh, stuff.

Al: Stuff? Well, that's great. You know, it's funny, you know, how you meet friends. One of my best friends I met while I was working up in Canada. She was passing through town with this band, this country band that she had, and we've been friends ever since.

Marcie: Oh. Well, you know, it wasn't exciting like that for me and Jen. She was just sitting in the waiting room at Dr. Conklin's office.

Al: Oh. Well, I thought you guys met at school.

Marcie: We did, but we didn't become real good friends until we met up again at Dr. Conklinís.

Al: Oh, right, I understand. So -- what are some of those things you guys have in common?

Marcie: Oh, like I said, stuff -- girl things.

Al: Yeah. Like what?

Marcie: Like -- um -- uh -- you know, what is it to you? Why are you asking me all these questions?

Al: Whoa. Marcie, relax, okay? We're just two people having a friendly conversation about somebody that we both like.

Marcie: Jen doesn't like you. She doesn't want to have anything to do with you, especially after the way you took advantage of her, when you slept --

Al: After I what? Did Jen tell you that we slept together?


Jen: Forgive you? Sure. Why not?

Lindsay: You don't know what that means to me.

Jen: It's no big deal.

Lindsay: It's a very big deal. If I hadn't tinkered with your life, who knows what it would be like by now?

Jen: Pretty much the same. I mean, you wanted me to think I was pregnant with Al's baby. Now I am pregnant with Al's baby. And then I wanted to marry Cristian, and I am. Oh -- it's today, by the way.

Lindsay: Today?

Jen: I talked him into it. Natalie's not leaving town, so if I don't marry him now, he may still end up with that witch.

Lindsay: Oh, God, Jen, this is all my fault.

Jen: That's ridiculous. It's my choice to marry Cristian.

Lindsay: But if I hadn't changed that pregnancy test a year ago, that might not be a choice you'd have to make. Maybe you and Cristian would be a real couple.

Jen: No. You were right all along. He never loved me. If only I could just stop wondering what things would have been like if he had.


Emily: Troy. Hey, listen, I just spoke to Nora.

Troy: Yeah.

Emily: Lindsay didn't tell her about Joanna.

Troy: Yeah, well, don't worry. She will.

Emily: Nora said that you were feeling a little bit better. Did something happen?

Troy: I took a gamble and lost. I thought I found a way to stop Lindsay, but, turns out, I just made things worse.

Emily: Oh, no.

Troy: Now as soon as she finishes talking to her daughter, she's going to tell Nora everything. Which doesn't give me much time.

Emily: To do what?

Troy: To tell Nora first.

Emily: She'll understand. She has to.

Troy: No, Em. I'm going to lose Nora as soon as she finds out about Joanna. I just want to make sure she hears it from me.

Nora: Hi.

Troy: Nora, hey. Listen, there's something that you need to know.


Viki: Do you remember something?

Todd: Yeah -- yeah, a little.

Viki: Well, could you tell me everything that you remember, please?

Todd: It was a long time ago, Viki. I --

Viki: Please?

Todd: Okay, well, Dad -- Peter -- he used to, when I was little, talk a lot about this guy -- the messenger -- and he would spout stuff from the bible, you know, "Vengeance is mine," and, you know, "Spareth not the rodeth," and all that.

Viki: I'm sorry.

Todd: Not like we even had any -- I mean, the only thing that he didn't take to the hock shop in those days was the rod. I mean -- he didn't share any of it with me and my mom, either, you know? Because the messenger guy, he told him that he had to live a simpler life.

Viki: Yeah, well, all that money would have ended up in Mitch's pocket, anyway. He told all of his followers they had to give all their money to God through him.

Todd: Anyway, after a while, this messenger talk just kind of stopped, and the bible disappeared, and then my father started whining about how somebody took all his money, and that made him mad, and, you know, when my dad got mad, he --

Viki: I'm really sorry.

Todd: It's a long time ago.

Viki: The problem is that whatever Mitch did way back then is now coming back to haunt us.


Max: After what you did to her, Viki dropped the charges?

Roxy: Yeah, I gave her info about my hubby -- the dead one, that is.

Max: Oh, terrific.

Roxy: I bet you'd be happy about it. I mean, because you got me out of jail. I mean, you bailed me out, Maxie.

Max: That was only to repay you for the tapes of Luna you gave to me. Nothing's changed between us. We may be married, but we are not a couple. We will never be a couple.

Roxy: Never say never, Baby. You know, some things are just written in the stars, and I feel luckier than a stacked deck in Vegas. So --

Max: Oh! Oh!

Roxy: Just a second. I'm going to the little girls' room.


Asa: Now, you listen to me, Gretel. I am getting out of this joke of a marriage if I have to dig myself out with a damn plastic spoon.

Rae: The day I stop being Mrs. Asa Buchanan is the day I go public and tell everyone about every illegal act you have ever done. Remember, Asa, you confessed it in therapy. Now, if you'll excuse me --

Asa: Fabrizio.

Rae: Yes. We're going to go pick the fish for the pond.

Asa: Get a whole bunch of piranhas, you witch.

Max: Well, I see you're no closer to being a free man.

Asa: No. And look who's talking.

Max: Yeah. Yeah. I was so close. I was so close. You know, if she'd gone to prison, I could have divorced her. But somehow, she cut a deal with Viki, and she dropped all the charges, so Roxy is my wife, and I can't get rid of her.

Asa: And -- I can't get rid of the dragon lady.

Asa: Max --

Max: What?

Asa: We can't get rid of our own wives. What if we got rid of each other's?


Todd: So, whatever happened to this Mitch guy?

Viki: He's dead.

Todd: Oh, that's too bad. Wouldn't mind having a word with him, you know? Talk to him about all the parenting advice that he gave Peter. Oh, my dear old dad.

Viki: No, Mitch died years ago. Actually, he died months before Jessica and Natalie were even born.

Todd: Wait a minute. If he died months before Jessica and Natalie were born, how could he have had anything to do with taking one of them? How could he have had anything to do with any of it?

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


Michael: "A man's life does not consist of the abundance of his possessions."

Natalie: Hi. I need to see some of your men's winter coats. Something Italian, maybe?

Clerk: Wait right here, please.

Antonio: We better go straight to the country club. We wouldn't want you to miss your own wedding.

Natalie: You're getting married today?


Marcie: You're lying. You never slept with Jen. I can't believe you'd say something so mean and ugly.

Al: Well, then what did you mean when you said I took advantage of her?

Marcie: Well, you took advantage of her when you were in that wheelchair. You know, I don't have to explain anything to you. Just get out.

Al: Marcie, your dress.

Marcie: Well, what about the dress?

Al: Oh, it was on the floor. I thought you should pick it up.

Marcie: Get out!

Al: I'm going.


Lindsay: You still want Cristian to love you.

Jen: He doesn't, and I never said he has to. I'm hurting him because he pretended that he did.

Lindsay: Yes. Playing with someone's heart is a dangerous game.


Troy: Look --

Nora: No, no, no, before you say anything, I really need to tell you something and I promise it'll be quick. Please?

Troy: Okay, go ahead.

Nora: Okay. Todd Manning was here earlier, all right? He wanted to see you. He wanted to ask you to testify against Blair. I said no, and he got a little nasty.

Troy: How? How?

Nora: In usual Todd Manning style, okay? He wanted me to believe that maybe Blair had succeeded in seducing you. I blew him off, but I just wanted to let you know that in case you ran into him and he told you that I did believe him.

Troy: Nora, I would never believe Todd over you.

Nora: I know. And I just want to say again for the record -- yes, I had my moment of weakness when Blair pulled her scam, but I always knew that wasn't like you.

Troy: No. I would never give you any reason to be jealous, because jealousy is a very dangerous emotion. It can even kill. In fact, that's what I need to tell you, Nora. I need to tell you just how jealousy kills.

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


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

Nora: What happened in Africa?

Asa: We just need to help each other out.

Max: What do you have in mind?

Al: Wow, she's hooked right in to Jen's doctor.

Jen: Nothing's going to stop me from marrying Cristian.

Jessica: Are you going to try and stop the wedding?

Back to The TV MegaSite's OLTL Site