OLTL Transcript Friday 11/8/02

One Life to Live Transcript Friday 11/8/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Natalie: Jen found out that I'm in love with Cristian.

Cristian: Jen's going to be my kid's mom. By tonight, she's going to be my wife.

Jen: Marcie, you have to swear that you will not tell anyone that Al's the Father of this baby.

Al: Did Jen tell you that we slept together?

Lindsay: I am going to tell Nora about what you did to your wife, just as soon as I figure out the best way how.


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

Natalie: You're getting married today?

Cristian: Yeah. Yeah, I am.


Jen: Time to go. I need to get ready for the wedding.

Lindsay: Jen?

Jen: What?

Lindsay: This cannot be the wedding that you've always dreamed of.

Jen: Maybe not, but it's the wedding I'm having.

Lindsay: You don't have to do this. Do you know how many men would be so happy to have a girl like you?

Jen: Not Cristian.

Lindsay: You deserve better than this. I've made so many mistakes with you, so many mistakes that hurt you. I don't want you to hurt anymore.

Jen: I don't want to hear it. I mean, come on. You, of all people, should understand why I'm doing this.

Lindsay: Okay. If you're really sure that this is what you want.

[Phone rings]

Jen: Hello?

Marcie: Hi, Jen? It's Marcie.

Jen: Hi. All set for the wedding?

Marcie: I hate to bother you. I know you must have a zillion things to do.

Jen: Marcie, is this really important?

Marcie: I'm sorry, um, but I just want this day to be so special for you and --

Jen: And it will be. Now I need to get to the country club, so tell me what the problem is.

Marcie: Al holden was here.

Jen: Al was where? Where are you? Are you at the country club?

Marcie: No, I'm still in my dorm room.

Jen: Al went to your dorm room? What did he want?


Nora: "Jealousy kills"? What do you mean by that?

Troy: Look, Nora, there's something that I need to tell you.

Nora: Wait -- is it something about Lindsay?

Troy: No. No, it's not about Lindsay. It's about what happened when I was in Africa.

Nora: Okay, what happened in Africa?

Troy: You know, I've tried to tell you this so many times, Nora --

Nora: You know what? You don't even have to.

Troy: Yes, I do. I do. Look, I was -- I was very much in love with someone there --

Nora: Yeah?

Troy: And I -- I lost her. Now it's time that you know why.


Max: Are you saying what I think you're saying?

Asa: It's simple, Max -- I get rid of your wife, you get rid of mine.

Max: Oh, man. You had me going there. I -- you know, for a moment, I thought you were talking about --

Asa: No, wait a minute. Wouldn't that put us out of our misery?

Max: You want to dust them?

Asa: It's sure as hell one way to end it all, hmm?


Natalie: I didn't know that you were getting married so soon.

Cristian: Jen didn't want to wait.

Natalie: Well, I -- I hope the best for you. I really do.

Cristian: I want the same for you, too.

[Natalie sighs]

Clerk: Are these what you're looking for?

Natalie: I changed my mind.

Cristian: Natalie, wait --

Antonio: Cristian, let her go. 


Carlotta: Oh, I'll get that, Keri. You have to take care of your -- of your mother's baby.

Keri: It still bothers you, doesn't it?

Carlotta: No, I'm getting used to it, I really am. But I do still wish it was Antonio’s -- and yours.

Keri: Someday.

Matthew: It's like a jungle, too!

Sam: Yeah, a jungle in bloom. Hi.

Carlotta: Hi.

Sam: You really transformed this place in very little time.

Keri: Yeah, I still don't understand it why Jen and Cristian wouldn't want to get married in St. Jude's.

Carlotta: They had their reasons.

Sam: Hey, sport, you know what? The adults need to talk. Why don't you go see if there's any tigers in this jungle.

Matthew: Okay.

Sam: All right? Carlotta, I don't want to put you on the spot, but do you know what's going on here?

Carlotta: You don't know?

Sam: All I know is that Jen suddenly wanted to get married and asked if I'd find her a minister. I wasn't happy about the rush, but she insisted.

Carlotta: Well, Natalie Buchanan decided not to leave Llanview, after all.

Sam: What does Natalie have to do with anything?

Carlotta: Well, it seems Natalie is madly in love with my son.

Sam: What? That's the first I've heard of this. Where does Cristian stand on all of this?

Keri: Natalie swears that it's one-sided.

Sam: Well, I should hope so. Doesn't she know how long Jen and Cristian have been together?

Carlotta: She didn't care. Natalie is not to be trusted. She even pretended to be Jen's friend.

Sam: Well, that explains a few things.


Sam: Oh, my goodness. I think I better go supervise the tiger hunt.

Carlotta: Please. She should have told her father.

Keri: I think she's probably just a little uncomfortable with it.

Carlotta: Well, I'm just glad that there's no third party coming in between you and Antonio.

Antonio: Wow. You look --

Keri: So do you.

Antonio: Hey.

Keri: Yeah?

Antonio: Something wrong?

Carlotta: Cris? I know you've had mixed feelings about getting married today, or marrying Jen at all.

Cristian: Don't worry, Mom, I'm not going to back out.

Carlotta: And I know one thing -- that the love that this child was created from, when you hold that child in your hand for the very first time, your son or your daughter, you're going to thank God that you married that child's mother.

Cristian: You really believe that, don't you?

Carlotta: Oh, with all my heart and all my soul. And I know this, too -- that you'll be as proud of your child as I am of you right now.


Michael: We can help each other heal. Are you ready for that?

Natalie: Come on, please be there. Hi, Michael. It's Natalie. Listen, um, can you -- can you meet me? Look, call me back right away. Thanks. Bye.

Jessica: Natalie. Hey, I didn't know you were here.

Natalie: Yeah, I just got home.

Jessica: What's up? Do you have any plans? Want to do something?

Natalie: No, I -- I can't.

Jessica: You okay?

Natalie: Cristian is marrying Jen -- today.


Marcie: Al came up with this whole big, ridiculous lie about wanting to find the perfect wedding present for you. I mean, can you believe it?

Jen: You didn't tell him anything, did you?

Marcie: About you being pregnant with his baby?

Jen: I told you not to bring that up.

Marcie: Oh, don't worry; I didn't breathe a word of it to him or to anybody. I just got rid of him as fast as I could.

Jen: Good. Don't tell Al anything, okay?

Marcie: I won’t.

Jen: I have to get over to the country club. I'll meet you there, okay?

Lindsay: What about Al?

Jen: Nothing.

Lindsay: He still doesn't think that this baby is his, does he?

Jen: No, he thinks it's Cristian’s. I made sure of that. And once Cristian and I are married, he'll back off.

Lindsay: I can't believe how wrong I was about him. All I saw was how much he loved you.

Jen: No. All you saw was how much money his family had. And, most of all, he wasn't Cristian.

Lindsay: I was wrong about so many things.

Jen: I told you I forgave you, didn't I? I don't want to think about mistakes, I just want to get to my wedding. You're coming, aren't you?

Lindsay: Yeah. Wait a minute. I just -- I've been saving this for you for your wedding day.

Jen: Mom, you're not going to do the "Something old, something new" thing, are you?

Lindsay: Well, it's definitely something old. I want you to have it.

Jen: Mom, this is your favorite.

Lindsay: Yeah, your grandmother gave it to me right before she died. I was still a little girl, and that's all I have left of her.

Jen: I can't take this.

Lindsay: Oh, please take it. Please take it for me, okay? After she died, I felt so alone I didn't think that I was going to be able to bear it. I never did. But whenever I felt bad, I would take this out and look at it and I -- I knew that no matter what, my mom always loved me. And I want you to know that, too. No matter what, all the mistakes I've ever made, you are the one thing that I did right. I love you so much. All I've ever wanted was for you to be happy.

Jen: I want that for both of us.


Marcie: Now, where are my keys? Oh, come on. Okay, where did I put the spares? I can't be late for Jen's wedding. Oh good. And my diary -- I'll put that back here. Okay, good.


Troy: There's no easy way to say this.

Nora: Okay, you have to trust that I'm going to understand, all right? Do you believe that?

Troy: Yeah. Oh, wow -- um -- well, I guess there's no other way to say it than to just tell you, so -- when I was in Africa, I was married.

Nora: Married?

Troy: Yeah. Her name was Joanna, and she was an incredible woman. She was a lot like you, Nora. She was beautiful and full of life and everyone loved her. Which is probably why I was so jealous.

Nora: I can't imagine you being jealous.

Troy: Well, Nora, I mean, you gotta understand men were crazy about this woman. I mean, it seemed like just about every man she met, you know, and -- and she enjoyed the attention. In fact, she probably encouraged it. But it was harmless, you know, just -- just flirting. I mean, she didn't act on it or anything, and I always knew that I was the only one that she loved. But even so, it -- it drove me crazy and she knew it.

Nora: Why did she keep it up?

Troy: Because she hated Africa and she resented me for making us stay there. And I guess she figured that this was her way of trying to get us to leave, only it didn't work. It just -- it made me furious, until this one night I -- I decided to teach her a lesson. You know what? You're going to hate me when you hear this.

Nora: Okay, you know what? I love you and nothing -- nothing's going to change that, okay?

Troy: Right. Right. Anyway, this one night, I -- I played a trick on her, and she ran away from me, and she ended up drowning.

Nora: What?

Troy: Yeah, I mean, it was just a prank, you know, just to teach her a lesson, not to kill her, obviously.

Nora: My God, what did you do?

Troy: I -- well, I --

Nora: You know what? It doesn't matter.

Troy: What do you mean? You don't want to know?

Nora: No, I don't need to.

Troy: So, then, you understand?

Nora: Oh, I understand completely.

Troy: Oh, Nora, thank --

Nora: I understand that a woman is dead because you decided to play some stupid, silly prank?

Troy: What? No, Nora, wait -- what are you talking --

Nora: Get away from me. Get away from me.

Troy: Get away from you? You just told me you loved me!

Nora: And that was before I knew that you've been lying to me. Never told me about a wife -- no, of course. Why would you? You killed her.

Troy: Nora -- come on, Nora, it was a mistake.

Nora: I'll tell you what the mistake was -- me trusting you, believing you. All the talk about honesty and the truth? Well, you -- you're not the man I thought you were. You're no better than Colin.

Troy: Nora -- Nora, you gotta believe me. I did not want to lie to you.

Nora: Why do I have to believe you? I don't have to believe you. I'll never believe you again. I want you out of my life.

Troy: What?

Nora: I want you to stay away from me, and you stay away from Matthew.

Troy: Nora --

Nora: Don't come near either one of us.

Troy: Nora, would you -- Nora!

Nora: Troy, did you hear me?

Troy: What?

Nora: You have to trust that I'm going to understand. Okay? So, tell me. What is it that you want me to know?


Max: You want us to off each other's wife?

Asa: Max, I would be happier than a bull in a pasture full of cows, especially when it comes to that she-devil that I'm married to. But, no, that's not the kind of "get rid of" I'm talking about.

Max: Oh, I'm glad to hear that, not that homicide has not crossed my mind.

Asa: We just need to help each other out.

Max: All right, Asa. I'll bite. What have you got in mind?


Keri: No, nothing's the matter. I just -- weddings make me emotional.

Antonio: Yeah, well, this isn't your usual wedding.

Keri: How's Cristian doing?

Antonio: Well, this is what Jen wants, so he's trying to give her that.

Keri: I just hope they don't regret not having a church wedding.

Antonio: Would you?

Keri: I think I might. I mean, I've always been planning my wedding since I was about 4 years old, though. Don't laugh.

Antonio: No, it's a girl thing, I get that.

Keri: I don't know. I always envisioned, you know, walking down the aisle of this huge cathedral with a beautiful gown and a train two miles long, in front of all my family, all my friends.

Antonio: And you will. I promise. You will have the wedding of your dreams.


Carlotta: You look so handsome. Wait until Jen sees you. Oh. Oh, my goodness.

Cristian: What's wrong --

Carlotta: Jen? You're not -- it's bad luck for him to see the bride before the wedding.

Jen: It's okay. I already saw Cristian this morning before I left the loft. I don't believe in bad luck, anyway.

Matthew: Jen! Look!

Jen: Oh, my goodness, no teeth.

Lindsay: Wow! Kid, you must be loaded!

Matthew: Uh-huh.

Jen: Well, that's pretty good.

Matthew: Are you getting married?

Jen: I sure am. And I am so glad you're here.

Matthew: I hope it's as cool as the last time with all that yelling and stuff.

Sam: Matthew --

Jen: It's okay. It's going to be even better because nothing is going to stop me from marrying Cristian.

Marcie: Jen? Jen, I'm so sorry I'm late, but it's all because of, well, you know, what we were talking about.

Jen: Nope, you're right on time. Don't worry about it.

Marcie: Everything looks so beautiful. The wedding's going to be perfect. Oh, no! I can't believe it! I hope you can forgive me.

Jen: Forgive you for what?

Marcie: I'm so stupid. I've ruined your wedding.

Jen: Well, what did you do?

Marcie: I forgot your bouquet!

Jen: Oh, that's all?

Marcie: I left in the fridge at home. I'll go get it.

Jen: No, we don't have time. We have to get changed. Mom, could you go to Marcie's and get my bouquet?


Al: Oh, man. There's got to be some reason that your Jen's new best friend, you little freak. Ah. Ah, Llanview Hospital. Wow, she's hooked right into Jen's doctor. Hmm. Oh -- password. Figures. Okay, let's see. "Marcie." M-a-r-c-i-e.

[Computer beeps]

Al: Okay, um -- um -- her birth date?

[Computer beeps]

Al: That's -- name -- man, I gotta get into those files.


Jessica: I thought Jen and Cristian’s wedding was supposed to be in a couple weeks.

Natalie: Yeah, me, too. But I ran into Cristian this morning and he was on his way over to the country club to marry Jen.

Jessica: Are you okay?

Natalie: I thought I was handling this. You know, but then when he told me he was marrying her today, I --

Jessica: It's awful. Come on, let's -- let's talk about it. Sit down.

Natalie: I -- I can't. I'm -- I'm sorry. I just -- I gotta get out of here.

Jessica: Where are you going?

Natalie: To the wedding.


Marcie: Here's my address. I wrote down the directions.

Lindsay: Well -- wait a minute. This is clear on the other side of town. I -- I won't make it back before the wedding and neither will the bouquet, for that matter.

Carlotta: I know -- we have a lot of flowers left from the arrangements. We can make a beautiful bouquet right here.

Keri: Yeah, we can start right now.

Jen: Thank you.

Marcie: Good thing I didn't forget this.

Jen: What is it?

Marcie: Something no bride can be married without. Come on.


Sam: You got a minute?

Cristian: Sure.

Sam: I just want to have a word with you, Cristian -- you know, Father-of-the-bride stuff.

Cristian: Yes, Sir?

Sam: I'm going to be straight with you -- I have my concerns about the two of you jumping into this wedding so quickly.

Cristian: Jen didn't want to wait.

Sam: Yeah, I know. She made that very clear when she told me. But when Jen makes up her mind about something, she is hard to argue with.

Cristian: Yes, Sir.

Sam: And the flip side of that is when she commits, she commits completely.

Cristian: I believe that, Sir.

Sam: And that includes love. So when you marry my daughter today, you're going to be getting not just a piece of her heart, but all of her heart. You take care of my daughter and the baby she's carrying.

Cristian: You have my word, Sir.


Marcie: According to my maid of honor manual, it's my responsibility to make sure that you have all the official items on this checklist. First, something old. I wore this to my high school prom. Well, actually, it was the alternative prom, but that counts, right? Anyway, it would look perfect in your hair.

Lindsay: Why -- uh -- why hide this under the veil? We'll put it in the bouquet. How about that?

Marcie: Yeah! You're right! Now for something borrowed, my favorite hankie. My great-aunt Elvira embroidered it.

Lindsay: Her great-aunt Elvira.

Marcie: Oh, don't worry, it hasn't been used -- well, much.

Lindsay: Another thing for the bouquet.

Marcie: Okay. Blue was kind of hard, so -- but lucky for us, I'm into beading. I was up all night making this.

Jen: It -- it's beautiful. It is, but, you know, my Mom gave me my grandmother's necklace to wear.

Marcie: Oh, but what are we going to do about something blue?

Lindsay: Another thing for the bouquet. Huh?

Jen: And my dress is new.

Marcie: Yeah, but I --

Jen: So we're all set. So let's go get ready.

Marcie: Oh, okay.

Jen: Thank you.

Sam: Hey. Hey. Hey, hey, hey.

Lindsay: It just seemed like yesterday we were holding her in our arms.

Sam: Yeah, yeah. I know. Now she's getting married.

Lindsay: At least I'm here for it this time.

Sam: Yeah, I noticed that you lent Jen your mother's necklace.

Lindsay: I gave it to her.

Sam: Oh, Lindsay, that's -- I know how much that means to you.

Lindsay: Well, it's the least I can do after all the mistakes I've made with her, most of which she's still paying for.

Sam: Yeah. What do you mean? Is there something about this wedding I don't know?


Al: What about "Jen"? Maybe it's "Jen."

[Computer beeps]

Al: Damn it! Man, I have gotta find out what's going on with Jen and this Marcie freak, man. Whew.

Al: Ha-ha! Her diary. Now we're getting someplace.


Jessica: Natalie, you can't crash Cristian and Jen's wedding.

Natalie: I can't just stay here while it's going on.

Jessica: Okay, so let's go somewhere. Let's go shopping. Or let's go see a movie. I'll call for the times. How does that sound?

Natalie: Jessica, you're not getting it. I need to go to this wedding, okay? I need to see it to know that it's real. You know, so I can -- I can try and let it go.

Jessica: Is that really what you want to do -- let it go? Or are you going to try and stop the wedding?


Troy: I want to believe that you could understand anything that I tell you about myself.

Nora: But that's what loving someone's all about. Troy, we all have secrets. So tell me -- tell me about this woman you lost.

Troy: Okay. She meant everything to me. I was young and I, you know, I had -- I'd never been in love like that before. And at first, we were -- we were happy. But then in Africa --

Nora: In Africa? Okay, you talked about jealousy.

Troy: Yeah.

Nora: It's a human emotion, Troy. It's not the most attractive, but you know, it's not a crime.

Troy: No, Nora, it wasn't a crime. But what I did was wrong. And because of that, she left me.

Nora: And?

Troy: And -- that's it. That's it. There's -- there's nothing more to say.

Nora: Okay. Well, I'm sure it was very traumatic for you, but I think you're being a tad hard on yourself.

Troy: No, Nora, I ruined something great because of my jealousy. It should have never happened.

Nora: Okay. Well, I'm still here, aren't I?

Troy: Yeah.

Nora: And I hope that you'll never have to bring this up again. And I'm sorry that you didn't feel more comfortable with me that you could bring it up sooner.

Troy: Oh, Nora, I -- it's not something that I feel proud about, you know? I guess I just wanted to wait until you knew me better so that you would realize that I'm not the same man that I was back then.

Nora: What brought it up now? I mean, was it something that Lindsay said last night?

Troy: Yes.


Asa: You and me, Holden, know a thing or two about the female heart and how easy it can be lassoed.

Max: I hope you don't mean what I think you mean, because if you knew Roxy like I knew Roxy, you wouldn't get within a lasso's throw of her.

Roxy: Oh, sorry it took me so long. My hair needed a little rehab.

Max: And it looks ever so much better.

Roxy: Ah, you're such a doll. I'm going to keep him around.

Asa: Max, I wonder if you wouldn't mind if this pretty little filly and I had a little talk. That is if you don't mind.

Roxy: Don't you need me for something?

Max: Nope, nothing comes to mind. She's all yours, Asa.

Roxy: You know, I know how big you Buchanans are in all this family stuff and all that. And, you know, I didn't know that my ex-hubby was going to steal Jessica. I mean, I was completely in the dark about that. I was as much a prisoner in my own house as that baby --

Asa: No, no, stop, stop, stop. I bear no grudge against you, Roxanne.

Roxy: Really?

Asa: Yeah. It was -- it was a long time ago. The important thing to me is that my granddaughters are in their right place now.

Roxy: So that's what you wanted to tell me? We're just going to let woebegones be woebegones?

Asa: That's the size of it.

Roxy: Well, all right.

Asa: Would you mind if Max and I got together? We've got some important business we've got to talk about.

Roxy: Oh, yeah, sure, I'll go and just keep the home fries burning. No, better yet, I'm just going to sit up there and wait for my cutie. This is great.

Max: You see what I mean? She should come with a warning label.

Asa: I'm going to tell you something, Max. This can work.


Sam: What mistakes are we talking about here?

Lindsay: This is not the place to talk about my dysfunction.

Sam: No, you brought it up. You said that she's still paying for your mistakes.

Lindsay: I just meant that as a mother, I could have been there more for her. Why do you think she couldn't wait to go to school in Europe?

Sam: Well, what's that got to do with now?

Lindsay: I should have been there when she needed me, like when she found out she was pregnant.

Sam: Well, it's not as if you could have prevented that from happening.

Lindsay: You never know.

Sam: Well, how? How? What, by breaking them up? I know you've never been Cristian’s biggest fan, but it's -- she loves him. It's what she wants. So that's what's important to remember right now.

Lindsay: It is what she wants. I just hope it's what makes -- what makes her happy. What are you looking at me like that for?

Sam: Well, because -- because I think you're a better mother than you think you are.

Lindsay: I am?

Sam: Yeah. Well, all you have to do is look at our daughter and see what an incredible woman she's grown into. Oh. Marcie needs us for something.

Lindsay: Yeah, what do you need, Marcie?

Marcie: Take a look for yourself.

Lindsay: Oh. Oh. Oh, you're beautiful.

Sam: "Breathtaking" is more like it. I have to get the camera. I'll be right back.

Jen: No, there's plenty of time for that later. I just -- I want to tell you two how much I love you.

Sam: And we love you, too, Sweetheart.

Lindsay: You know we do.

Sam: I still can't believe it. It's my little girl.

Lindsay: Mine, too.

Sam: My little girl in pigtails I used to carry everywhere. And now, I'm walking you down the aisle. I couldn't be more proud than I am right now. What's the matter, Darling?

Lindsay: Are you all right?

Andrew: Okay, looks like everybody's here.

Sam: Hey, Andrew, thank you for coming on such short notice.

Andrew: It's an honor to be here. And I just -- I wanted to say I'm just very happy to be marrying such a beautiful young lady to such a special and wonderful young man.

Matthew: Sit down, everybody! It's starting!


Sam: Thank you, Matt.

Andrew: Okay, this is why I love working with kids.

Sam: You heard your brother. Are you ready?


Al: "Tuesday -- had breakfast, stopped by the student union, went to classes. Wednesday -- stopped by student union, had breakfast, then went to classes. Worked for Dr. Conklin in the afternoon. Thursday -- skipped breakfast, went to classes, stopped by the student union, and worked for Dr. Conklin." Man, this chick has no life. Okay, now let's get to the part where you meet Jen and suddenly become her new best friend. Where is it? Ah. "Monday -- made a new friend today. Jen Rappaport. Only the coolest girl in Llanview U." What a dork. "She really likes me. Tells me everything, like when she came in for her appointment with Dr. Conklin, and there was this big, huge blowup with her boyfriend and some creepy guy she used to date named Al"? That little freak thinks I'm a creep? Whew. "Later, she told me something I had to promise not to repeat to any living soul." What? What? What did she tell you?


Troy: I know I shut you out last night. I'm sorry.

Nora: I guess it was the patient who died.

Troy: You know, I -- I -- I hate it that Lindsay unloaded on you like that. I --

Nora: Please, it's all right. You know, it's what she lives for.

Troy: I didn't get much sleep last night.

Nora: I know you didn’t. You had a lot on your mind.

Troy: Yeah. Mostly you. And how much I love you.

Nora: Oh.

Troy: Nora, I don't like keeping things from you. I want us to be open and honest.

Nora: Mm-hmm.

Troy: I want to be a better man for you.

Nora: Oh, please. Hey, you are. You're the best man I've known in my whole life. No, really. But you're right. We should be more open with each other, you know? And from here on in, we're going to be much more upfront with each other, okay? Starting right now. Right? Right?

Troy: I haven't told you everything about Africa.

Nora: Ah, you know what?

Troy: No, I need you to listen to me.

Nora: No, no, listen, you need to listen to me.

Troy: Listen.

Nora: No. Enough. I have to tell you, no woman wants a man to go on and on and on about something in the past, okay? No, we all have skeletons in our closet. Do you really want to hear about all of mine, in detail? I didn't think so. Okay. It doesn't matter. The past is the past. It doesn't have any effect on right now. It doesn't change the fact that I love you.

Troy: What did I ever do to deserve you?

Nora: You know what? You gotta lighten up here. It's not as if you killed anybody.


Max: Are you sure you want to go through with this?

Asa: More than ever, Max. That no-good tramp hurt my Jessie.

Max: Well, I would have thought you would have rather sent her flying through a plate glass window.

Asa: Yeah, I'd like to, but no. I've got to win her over, and I can't do it by bellowing. That's one lesson I learned from that Gretel.

Max: And you have the stomach to do what you have to do?

Asa: Hard as it may be, I'm going to have to offer that damn fly some honey. So are you in? I mean, we have a deal?

Max: You show me you can get someplace with Roxy, and we'll talk.

Asa: Good. Well, time for me to get cracking.


Al: Here we go. "I changed Jen's due date in her medical records so Cristian wouldn't ask any more questions. And now that guy Al won't, either."


[Wedding music plays]


Al: "I'm the only one besides Jen who knows the truth -- that Al is really the father of her baby." I'm the father. Jen's baby is mine.


[Wedding music plays]

Andrew: Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to witness and to bless the joining together of this man and this woman in Holy Matrimony.

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Todd: I'm taking them away from you, Blair, because I know what you've done.

Viki: You know somebody who can help?

Bo: Cassie. She's flying in today.

Al: I know that that baby you're carrying is mine, okay?

Jessica: I think she's going over to the country club. I think she's going to go and try and stop the wedding.

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