OLTL Transcript Wednesday 12/4/02

One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 12/4/02

By Eric
Proofread by Kathy

Hank: Do you think he knows that Antonio is the father of the baby?

Liz: No, Hank, it's not about the baby. This is about Keri, and you know it!

Troy: I'm your brother, the same guy who's responsible for his own wife's death.

Jen: Come on, let's have it. Why haven't you wrecked Dr. MacIverís life yet?

Mitch: If you leave me for Cristian, I will kill him.


Keri: You think Troy and Emily are keeping something from you?

Nora: Yeah, I'm pretty sure of it.

Keri: Well, let's say they have some secret. Maybe it's not some deep, dark secret. These are the holidays, you know. They could have all kinds of surprises behind your back.

Nora: No, it's not that kind of secret. I mean, the vibe is all wrong. I'm not getting the "'Tis the season to be jolly" from Emily, you know?

Keri: Well, what are you picking up?

Nora: Dread. I mean, Troy says there's nothing wrong, but it's so obvious there is something wrong. The two of them, they're hiding something from me, and whatever it is it's not good. It's not good at all.


Troy: What the hell's -- what's going on? Lindsay?

Lindsay: I -- um --

Troy: What is going on, Lindsay?


Liz: You hurt me, and I cried myself sick for years over you! Well, you know what? I don't forget, either, and I still hate you for what you did to us.

R.J.: And I hate you, too!

Liz: Well, good, I'm glad!


[Music plays]

Rex: Couldn't have said it better myself. So why bother? Yes, I do wish to purchase this paper.

Rex: Yeah, yeah, I know. I'll put them back on.

Rex: What do you want?


Cristian: You want to be with Michael? I don't get it.

Natalie: Cristian, you don't have to get it. You just have to accept it.

Cristian: Natalie -- look, I love you. And you love me. I know it. So what the hell is going on here?


Troy: I'm waiting for an answer, Lindsay. You know, there's a technical term for what you're doing here. It's called trespassing. So you can either explain to me, or you can explain it to the police.

Lindsay: You call them and I'll tell them everything I know about you.

Troy: Oh, like I haven't heard that one before. Come on, Lindsay, you were planning to do that anyway.

Lindsay: Well, you're pushing me, and it's going to make it happen sooner than later.

Troy: Well, at least this way I get to pick the time and the place, don't I? Not to mention the pleasure of seeing you behind bars. I got to tell you, Lindsay, this phone right here; it's looking mighty tempting. If I was you, I would be thinking about starting to talk right about now. 9--

Lindsay: I --

Troy: 1--

Lindsay: Was just stopping by.

Troy: So, you mean, this whole thing is like a social visit, is that what you're saying? Yeah, I'm sure the police will buy that. Come on, Lindsay, you're in my home uninvited! What's the deal?

Lindsay: I was going to knock. But I saw that the door was open, so --

Troy: So you just waltzed in? So how long have you been here?

Lindsay: Not long. I saw you sleeping, and I was going to leave.

Troy: But you didnít. No, you didnít. Why is that, Lindsay, huh? Why'd you decide to stay?


Hank: Are you all right? Liz -- all right, R.J., What's going on?

Hank: Okay, so nobody's talking, huh? You know, in my experience, there's two reasons why people won't talk. Either they're afraid, or they've got something to hide. Now, I know why Liz is here.

R.J.: Oh, bully for you.

Hank: R.J., Liz told me she was coming to talk to you to put a stop to this continuous harassment of yours.

J.J.: Harassment?

Hank: Now, what have you done to her?

R.J.: Look, I don't have to answer any of your questions.

Hank: Why not, R.J.? If nothing happened, why not?

R.J.: Because I haven't exercised my right to remain silent in so long.

Hank: Well, then the bad news is I'm not walking out of here until I have an answer. Now, what did you say to Liz to get her so upset?

Liz: Leave him alone, Hank.

Hank: Liz, stop it! You don't have to be afraid of him.

Liz: I'm not. Just leave R.J. alone, please? He didn't do anything.


Keri: Nora, I don't understand. I thought you and Emily were becoming good friends.

Nora: Well, yes. I mean, we were, I thought. I mean, we were -- I don't know, and then suddenly it changed. I mean, just from one day to the next it was like something specific happened.

Keri: Well, how has she changed exactly?

Nora: Well, when we first -- we talked, she was very warm and friendly and easygoing, and then all of a sudden she got very uptight and she couldn't wait to leave the room that I was in

Keri: Well, maybe you did something or said something without even knowing it that upset her.

Nora: That's exactly what I thought.

Keri: Maybe you should ask her.

Nora: I did.

Keri: And?

Nora: And she insists that there's nothing that I've done.

Keri: But that's not enough to reassure you?

Nora: No, it didn't reassure me at all since right after she said it she ran out of the room like I had some sort of disease. I can't -- I honestly can't think of anything that I have done that would justify her actions towards me.

Keri: There has to be some explanation.

Nora: Well, I'm sure there is an explanation, and I don't think I'm going to like it very much, you know? I mean, Troy was supposed to find out what was wrong with his sister, you know?

Keri: But he hasn't?

Nora: No. He claims that she's moody, and it's not that. I know it's not that.

Keri: What, you think he knows what the problem is and he's just not telling you?

Nora: Yeah, I do. I mean, I just -- oh, you know what? This is -- ugh. I don't know what the point of this is. I really donít. It's -- it's nothing. I'm sure it's nothing.

Keri: Yeah, but obviously it's still bothering you. Maybe you should talk it out with Troy.

Nora: Well, maybe I should, or maybe I should -- you know, if he wanted to talk about it, he'd bring it up, you know? Maybe I should just forget about it and, you know, move on, let it go.

Keri: And you think you can do that?

Nora: Yeah, sure, I can do that. No, I -- I can do that. You know what? If he wants me to know about it, he'll tell me and I should just keep my nose out of it. Okay. You've got a class coming. I got to go actually do some brief work anyway, so thank you very much for letting me go on and on and on about nothing.

Keri: Nora --

Nora: Yeah?

Keri: You're an incredible attorney.

Nora: Well, thank you.

Keri: And you've made quite a case of convincing me that whatever's going on with Troy or Emily and Troy is really nothing.

Nora: Well, it's nothing that I should stick my nose into.

Keri: I just have one question.

Nora: Mm-hmm?

Keri: Who are you trying to convince -- me or you?


Lindsay: I didn't leave --

Troy: Yeah?

Lindsay: Because --

Troy: Come on, you can do it. "Because --" "Because --"

Lindsay: Because I wanted to talk to you.

Troy: Right. And you felt rubbing your hands all over my body was a good way to spark up a conversation?

Lindsay: Look; I was just trying to wake you up.

Troy: So how come you got so startled when I did wake up, Lindsay?

Lindsay: Because you startled me. And then i noticed that --

Troy: What?

Lindsay: You weren't wearing the amulet.

Troy: The amulet that you had made for me?

Lindsay: The amulet of shame.

Troy: The amulet of shame? "Shame" is what you call it?

Lindsay: The one that you wore to make your wife think that she was sleeping with your twin brother. Poor woman.

Troy: I appreciate your sympathy.

Lindsay: You know, I spent a lot of money having that amulet recreated.

[Troy laughs]

Lindsay: I think the least you could do is wear it, though I understand why you donít. I'm sure that there's a lot of very, very painful memories --

Troy: Wait a minute -- whoa, let me get this straight. Let me get this straight. You gave me an amulet so you could torture me, and now you wonder why I don't wear it?

Lindsay: Do you still have the amulet or not?

Troy: Yes, I still have the amulet, Lindsay!

Lindsay: Well, then I want it back!

Troy: Why?

Lindsay: Because, I want --

Troy: Why?

Lindsay: Because I want it to remind me of the kind of man that you are and what you do to women.

Troy: Fine. Fine, you want your amulet? You're out of your mind. You want your amulet, you can have your damn amulet. Here. Here!

Troy: So you came by to talk to me, huh?

Lindsay: Yes.

Troy: What did you want to talk to me about?

Lindsay: It can wait.

Troy: Oh. You are unbelievable. You know what? Use the door, okay? Please leave. And the next time you decide to come back, try knocking first.


Natalie: Nothing's going on.

Cristian: Of course there is. What about last night?

Natalie: What about it?

Cristian: What, you're kidding, right? Natalie, I told you that I wasn't married to Jen; that I wasn't going to be.

Natalie: Well, it's not too late to change your mind. I mean, I'm sure Jen will take you back.

Cristian: Wait, wait a minute. This wasn't your reaction then. You said you were going to talk to Michael and get a divorce or an annulment or whatever it took to get you free.

Natalie: I know. I know I did. I did that because I didn't want to hurt you.

Cristian: Oh, come on, that's a load of bull and you know it. We were finally going be together. We told each other how much we loved each other.

Natalie: I know that.

Cristian: We nearly made love in my car.

Natalie: But we didn't, okay?

Cristian: Why are you doing this? Natalie, look at me. Look at me. We are going to be together because it's what you want and it's what I want.

Natalie: Cristian --

Cristian: You know it is.

Natalie: Just stop it, okay? Please!

Cristian: All right, fine, I'll stop. As soon as you tell me why you're lying to me.


Liz: You don't have to worry about me, Hank. R.J. ad I are fine.

Hank: Then what's with the tension? And don't tell me I don't feel it.

Liz: Hank, really, you knew I was on my way over here to have it out with him. You don't need to follow me, really, and check up on me and try to protect me.

Hank: Protect you from what?

R.J.: Okay, look, Liz, I'm sorry I got loud, okay? But you know how I am. But at any rate, we can work out our problems without any help from you. As a matter of fact, that's the only way that we're going to work this out.

Hank: Is that the way you want it, Liz?

Liz: R.J. ad I do have some unfinished business, so, yes.

[Liz sighs]

Liz: Thank you for coming over here, but I do -- I want to talk to R.J. aone.

Hank: Okay, fine, if that's the way you want it. But you call me later, okay? All right.

R.J.: You know, he means for you to tell him if you have any bruises around your throat.

Liz: Oh, just stop it. He does not. You know, he really doesn't think that badly of you. He just thought you were upsetting me, that's all.

R.J.: Well, I was upsetting you when I accused you of conspiring with my illustrious brother.

Liz: Mm-hmm.

R.J.: So, why did you just defend me?

Liz: Well, it wasn't only you. The argument we just had was part my fault, too.

Liz: What? You surprised?

R.J.: Yes, ma'am.

Liz: Ooh. You know, I have been avoiding you ever since I got back to Llanview. I've also been blaming you for a whole lot of what happened between us.

R.J.: Well, a lot of the blame belongs to me.

Liz: Mm-hmm, but not all of it. Now every time I see you, I -- you upset me, I upset you, we just keep falling back into the same old pattern. It's just -- and you keep accusing me of conspiring with Hank to keep some sort of big secret away from you.

R.J.: Well, yeah, yeah. Then you keep getting mad at me for saying so. Look -- okay, look, why -- why don't we try to stay away from the things that upset us?

Liz: Right. Except it's a lot more complicated than that. You and I keep arguing about the past, not just the present. So maybe it's time that we both just put all our cards on the table.


[Knock on door]

Troy: Yeah, uh, hold on. I'll be right there. Emily, hey.

Emily: I hope I didn't wake you up.

Troy: No. No, no, no. Actually, I got a lot of sleep.

Emily: You do look a little better.

Troy: Well, I'm feeling better -- about everything.

Emily: Everything?


Lindsay: What are you doing here?

Nora: I think you know.


Rex: I was just surfing the web.

Mitch: Relax. I don't work for the college, Rex. It's not my problem if you're buying your papers online.

Rex: I wasn't buying any paper. I was researching -- wait a second -- what did you call me?

Mitch: Rex. That is your name, isn't it?

Rex: Yeah, it's my name. How do you know it?

Mitch: I know a lot about you, Rex.

Rex: Like what?

Mitch: I know thy works and where thou dwellest.

Rex: Uh, right. Well, I don't know squat about you, so how about we even things up a little. Who are you?

Mitch: My name is Lazarus. Michael Lazarus.

Rex: Uh-huh, and what do you want with me, Mike?

Mitch: Well, I'm here to talk to you about your sisters, Jessica and Natalie Buchanan.

Rex: Jess and Natalie? What about them?


Natalie: The truth is that I have been lying.

Cristian: Of course you have.

Natalie: But only a little bit, and I did it to make it easier on you. I mean, I did get carried away last night saying that we would be together.

Cristian: Carried away? Since when is saying what you feel being carried away?

Natalie: Well, we're not together now, are we, Cristian? You're still with Jen.

Cristian: Yeah, but I'm taking care of that, Natalie.

Natalie: You -- you keep saying that, that you're taking care of that, that you're going to break it off with Jen. But you know what? It never happens.

Cristian: But it will, okay? I just need a few more hours. I told you that.

Natalie: A few more hours? Cristian, this was supposed to happen last night!

Cristian: What's going on?

Natalie: Actually, it was supposed to happen before you asked Jen to marry you, but like I said, it never seems to happen.

Cristian: So what are you saying, you're just going to throw everything away because you can't wait a few hours? Natalie, what kind of sense do you think that makes?

Natalie: Cristian, I am on an emotional roller coaster here, first not daring to love you, then not daring to believe that you would love me. Then I find out you do love me, but then we find out Jenís pregnant and you're gone. Then she miscarries and you're back, only you're not back because she can't handle it yet!

Cristian: Yeah, okay, but that's all going to be over soon.

Natalie: No. No, it's all over now, Cristian. I'm sick and tired of it. I'm sick and tired of wishing for something that's always one step away from me, no matter how fast I run after it. You know what? To be honest, I'd rather have nothing, at least know where I stand.

Cristian: Natalie, why are you doing this?

Natalie: Cristian, I'm sorry. This is just the way it's going to have to be.

Cristian: No, no, that's not true! I don't believe a word of it any more than you do.

Natalie: Just listen to me --

Cristian: I am listening! I've been listening to you and you're not making any sense at all.

Natalie: Just leave me, okay? Just go find someone else, go back to Jen -- I don't care -- just go!

Cristian: Go back to Jen? How could you possibly think that I would ever do that, ever?

Natalie: She loves you.

Cristian: But I don't love her, Natalie. Don't you get that? I love you.

Natalie: You didn't tell her.

Cristian: Well, because I haven't had a chance. We keep getting interrupted. She keeps interrupting me. There's another reason, Natalie.

Natalie: No, no, Cristian, there's not. I'm just -- I'm growing up now.

Cristian: No, come on, don't tell me that. Tell me the real reason you don't want to be with me.

Natalie: I told you. I'm with my husband now. He makes me feel safe. That's who I want to be with.

Cristian: No, I want the real reason, and it doesn't have anything to do with what Jen knows and what Jen doesn't know. I want to know the truth, Natalie. What's the real reason?

Natalie: Fine! Fine! I'll tell you. There is one more reason, okay?


Emily: I am so happy that you've been feeling better. You've been under so much pressure these days wondering if Lindsay is going to tell Nora about Joannaís death.

Troy: Well, that's about to change.

Emily: How? Are you thinking of telling Nora yourself?

Troy: Emily, no. Look, I told you, I love Nora more than I love -- more than I've ever loved anybody in the whole world, okay? Now, if I tell her what happened with Joanna, I'm going to lose her. Now, you know I'm right.

Emily: I love you, Troy.

Troy: Emily, come on. You know I'm right.

Emily: Look, I just think that --

Troy: Hey, come on. You're my sister, all right? I need your opinion. If you think I can tell Nora, you got to tell me here.

Emily: No, Troy. You canít. You can't tell her. I'm sorry. I don't see how Nora could --

Troy: Could live with a man who's done what I've done. I -- I know. She couldnít. She couldnít. And the irony is I wouldn't love her half as much as I do if she could. I can barely live with myself.

Emily: And have you made your peace with what's going to happen when Nora learns the truth?

Troy: Made my peace with losing Nora? No, not in a million years, Emily. Come on, if I had, I would have already told her.

Emily: Then I don't understand. Why did you say that you're feeling better about things? I mean, Lindsay's still going to tell Nora about Joanna, isn't she?

Troy: That's what she says.

Emily: And there's nothing you can do to stop her.

Troy: That's what I thought. Apparently, I was wrong.


Lindsay: How'd you get in?

Nora: Don't worry, it was legal. Your assistant, Becky. She opened the door when I knocked. She said you weren't here. And when I asked if I could come in and wait, she said sure and let me in.

Lindsay: Well, she shouldn't have, and I'm far too busy -- I've got a lot on my mind -- to have a conversation with you. Now get out.

Nora: I didn't come here for a conversation. If I was looking for a conversation, I wouldn't look to you.

Lindsay: Why are you bothering me?

Nora: Didn't you get my message? I'm here on business, Lindsay. The Blake case? You're listed as one of the expert witnesses for the plaintiff.

Lindsay: No, I didn't get your message, but I bet you'd love to get me on the stand again, wouldn't you?

Nora: No, actually, that's the last thing I want to do. I would rather not have to cross-examine you ever again. But I do have to keep my bases covered.

Lindsay: Oh, my God. What do you need from me, Nora?

Nora: I need -- I need you to attest that this is a list of all of the artwork that Jared Blake acquired from this gallery. Just read it over, if you wouldn't mind.

Lindsay: Okay, fine.

Nora: Great. Now will you sign it and date it, please?

Nora: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey. Wait just a --

Nora: That's Troy's amulet. What are you doing with his amulet?


Mitch: I'm simply trying to get some information about the Buchanan girls, one in particular.

Rex: Uh-huh.

Mitch: And I thought you might be able to help me out, seeing as how you are their brother.

Rex: Well, looks like your research department dropped the ball. Turns out I'm not their brother after all.

Mitch: But you're still close to both of them, right?

Rex: Yeah. Too close to talk about them to some guy I've never met before. So what are you, a P.I.? Reporter? Is everything I say going to be in "The Sun" tomorrow?

Mitch: I can assure you I don't work for a newspaper, tabloid or otherwise. Now, this is a private matter. I'm trying to reach Jessica, and I wondered if you could tell me where she was.

Rex: Private matter, huh?

Mitch: Mm-hmm.

Rex: Well, couldn't be a bill collector because Jess pays for everything on time. That is if she doesn't lay out cash for it to begin with. So what's the deal?

Mitch: The deal, Rex, is that I'm willing to deal.

Rex: I'm listening.

Mitch: I noticed. If you help me out, I'll make it well worth your while.

Rex: As in money?

Mitch: As in a lot of money. Now, I assure you I have only good feelings for Jessica. I just -- I want to see her and speak to her, that's all.

Rex: Whoa. What do you need me for? Anybody who reads the society pages knows that Jess lives in Llanfair. You want her address? They've got these things called phone books. My advice -- look under B.

Mitch: Yes, I know where Llanfair is. Jessica is not there. She's left town.

Rex: What? Since when? If Jessica had gone anywhere, I'd know about it. We're very close.

Mitch: Good. If you hear about her whereabouts, give me a call, will you? Here is my card. And please don't mention this to anyone. Understood?

Rex: You still haven't told me what this is all about.

Mitch: College is expensive, and I have money. Do you really need to know anything more than that? I didn't think so.


Natalie: Yes, there is another reason that I'm staying with Michael. In fact, there are many reasons.

Cristian: Okay, I'd settle for one.

Natalie: Okay. Well, Michael made me realize that you and I are not meant to be together.

Cristian: What?

Natalie: Well, that's why I told you to go back to Jen, but you weren't getting the hint.

Cristian: Why are you suddenly listening to Michael?

Natalie: Because I know in my heart that he's right and that God wants he and I to be together.

Cristian: Is that what Michael says? How can Michael know what God wants? Natalie, how can anybody know that?

Natalie: Look, it's not just what Michael says that makes me believe him. It's what he does. I mean, he found me at my lowest, and he lifted me back up on to my feet.

Cristian: Natalie, he's taking advantage of you.

Natalie: No, he's not taking advantage of me. He gives. He's very giving.

Cristian: Okay. And what is he giving you?

Natalie: Faith. Faith that things can work out even when you don't think they will in the beginning and faith that God has a plan, and it's useless to fight it, Cristian. And look, my path is not with you. It's with Michael and it's with God now.

Cristian: Natalie, this guy is using you.

Natalie: Cristian, stop it. You asked me for a reason, and you got one.

Cristian: Yeah, but it's wrong. Why would God be against us being together?

Natalie: Well, he is now that I'm married.

Cristian: But you haven't even slept with the guy.

Natalie: It doesn't matter. I made a vow to God. You can't just break a promise like that.

Cristian: You want me to tell you what God is? God is love. Now, can you look at me in the face and tell me that you love this guy the way you love me? Can you?

Natalie: There are all kinds of love, Cristian.

Cristian: You see? You see, you don't love him. You love me.

Natalie: I didn't say that.

Cristian: So why don't you tell me the rest of it? What's the real reason?

Natalie: Because it doesn't matter. I already told you what I'm doing, now just leave me alone!

Cristian: Natalie!


Liz: You know, since I came to town, we haven't, you and I, spent two minutes alone together. And every time we are together has been unplanned, upsetting --

R.J.: Or we get interrupted.

Liz: Yeah, or I run off.

R.J.: Well, I guess it's not the best way to have a conversation.

Liz: No, it's not. Maybe it's time that you and I just sit down and tell each other what's been going on in our lives.

R.J.: Well, now is as good a time as any.

Liz: Just, look, there you go again, you're talking about Hank and whatever secret you think I'm keeping again, right?

R.J.: If there's no big secret, then why the whispers and the looks?

Liz: You've seen us maybe together, what, twice, and we're not whispering! There it goes again, that same old pattern coming back.

R.J.: Okay, well, then do you have a way for us to break it?

Liz: Yes. By admitting what's behind it. Boy, you and I have some history, R.J. History of broken trust. And every time we get together, it's like there's this radio playing in the background just on and on and we don't even hear it, but it's there and it just keeps ready to set us off again all over.

R.J.: Well, you can turn off a radio; memories, you canít.

Liz: No, you canít. But you can make new ones, better ones. You know, you and I do have one really great thing in common. I know you love Keri.

R.J.: I sure do.

Liz: Well, I sure do, too. So there. Maybe we should try putting her first for a change, then. We can't change the past, but we can try and keep it in its place.

R.J.: Well, sounds like a good theory. How do we put it into practice?

Liz: Maybe we should try and get together and just talk, without interruptions, without expectations, without accusations.

[R.J. laughs]

R.J.: Maybe.

Liz: What? You agree with me?

R.J.: In fact, why don't we do it tonight over drinks? Give me a chance to show you my nightclub.

Liz: That'd be nice.


[Keri laughs]

Hank: Who was that?

Keri: Oh, just another satisfied customer.

Hank: Listen, I dropped by the house and Liz told me I could find you here. These are the files you were asking for.

Keri: Thank you.

Hank: So, how are things going with you and your mom in the new place?

Keri: Oh, we're getting along famously. Of course, she's my mother. I've got a lot of practice living with her. Oh, Hank, this stuff is wonderful. The actual raw material of an investigation and prosecution. My class is going to eat this up.

Hank: Great. And how's the kid doing?

Keri: Mom's? Everything's a-okay as far as anyone can tell.

Hank: Yeah, and the doctors are all good to go?

Keri: Yes. They've poked and prodded me and taken my blood pressure. You know, they want to make sure the baby's completely healthy because Mom is an older woman.

Hank: Yes, but you're carrying it.

Keri: But it's her egg, which means a C.V.S. test and a whole lot of monitoring.

Hank: C.V.S. test?

Keri: Don't ask me what the initials stand for. Basically, it's an amnio, but you can do it a lot earlier in the pregnancy.

Hank: But everything is okay, right?

Keri: Yes. Dr. Conklin's going to be calling with the results any day, and I'm as healthy as a horse and so is the baby.

Hank: That's what I wanted to hear. Great. So, listen, I need to get back downtown, okay? So I'll see you later.

Keri: Uh, Hank -- one other thing.

Hank: Yeah? What?

Keri: Did Antonio talk to you?

Hank: About what?

Keri: Well, something went down between you two when Mom and I were moving into the house and it's been worrying Antonio and it's been worrying me. Is everything okay with you two?

Hank: As far as I'm concerned, everything is fine. Why do you ask?

Keri: Hank, it's me, Keri, your niece. Why aren't you being straight with me?

Hank: I thought I was.

Keri: Antonio thinks that you have some kind of problem with him.

Hank: He said that?

Keri: Yes.

Hank: Then maybe you should ask him what the problem is.


Nora: Answer me. What are you doing with Troy's amulet? He threw it away.

Lindsay: It's not the original. It's a copy.

Nora: A copy?

Lindsay: That's right.

Nora: And you would have it because --

Lindsay: Because I liked it so much that when we were going out with each other, I had one made for myself.

Nora: I don't believe you.

Lindsay: If I'm lying, where else would it come from?

Nora: I -- I don't know.

Lindsay: Well, there's three words I never expected to hear come out of your trap.

Nora: Maybe you went and got it out of the garbage where he threw it.

Lindsay: What, you think I went through Troy's garbage? I don't really care what you think. You know what? Here's your paper. Now get out.


Cristian: Natalie --

Natalie: You followed me here?

Cristian: You can't just run away from me like that.

Natalie: You have no right to be here.

Cristian: Is this where he lives?

Natalie: Please, please, just leave us alone.

Cristian: No, I can't do that, not when I know you're lying to me. There's no way you could love this guy, not the way you love me.

Mitch: Natalie, you're home.

(Pop music playing)


Nora: Does Troy know you have his amulet or a copy or whatever it is?

Lindsay: I don't have to talk to you about this. Now get out.

Nora: Night-night. Huh. First Emily acts strange, then Troy, now Lindsay. Coincidence?


Emily: So you mean there might be a way to keep Lindsay from talking to Nora?

Troy: Well, I'm trying not to get my hopes up here.

Emily: Hopes about what? Did you find something that you can use against Lindsay?

Troy: Let's just say that I might be able to stop Lindsay after all.


Rex: Yo, Jessica!

Lois: I'm sorry, Jessica isn't here.

Rex: Where is she, at class?

Lois: No. I'm surprised no one told you. Jessica went on a trip with Seth Anderson.


Cristian: Natalie, come with me.

Cristian: We're not done.

Natalie: No, I think we are.

Natalie: Darling, I'm home.

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 On the next "One Life to Live" --

Jen: I think I know what I have to do.

Rex: Right now I'm a lot more interested in where Jessica is.

Cristian: There is no Natalie and me, Antonio, not anymore.

Natalie: I held up my end of the deal. Now, how do I know you're going to hold up yours?

Mitch: You donít.

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