OLTL Transcript Friday 12/27/02

One Life to Live Transcript Friday 12/27/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Mitch: When we spoke before, we thought that helping one another might prove beneficial.

Jessica: Mitch Laurence is my father.

Bo: Jess is missing.

Al: I got to find her.

Jen: So, what are you thinking? Once Nora dumps Troy, he's going to come running back to you?

Troy: I've been wanting to ask you to marry me for a long time. I want you to be my wife.


Nora: Nora Hanen Gannon Buchanan MacIver. Oh, no.

Troy: What? What's wrong?

Nora: It doesn't rhyme. Can't do it.

Troy: Oh --

Nora: It doesn't rhyme.

[Nora laughs]


Lindsay: No! Damn!

Sam: Lindsay? What are you doing?


Max: It's me. I'm here.

Asa: Where is "here"?

Max: I followed Roxy to your little rendezvous, so make yourself presentable. She's about to knock.

Asa: Excellent. I have been waiting for her.

Max: I got to tell you; I don't quite understand why you had her meet you at this dump here. You know, if you're trying to impress her with the Buchanan billions, you picked a funny way of doing it.

Asa: A dump? What the hell are you talking about?

Max: You mean you're not in a tenement in South Philly?

Asa: Of course not. I'm here at the mansion waiting for Roxy so we can head off to the Big Apple together.

Max: I don't get this at all. I thought I was going to follow her and catch you two in the act of making me a bachelor.

Asa: I don't know what she's doing in Philly. It's not for any hanky-panky.

Max: Well, you could have fooled me. I mean, she's got a suitcase, and she's been standing in front of the door primping for the last five minutes. Hold just a sec, all right? All right, Roxy --

[Knock on door]

Max: Let's see who the mystery man is.


Bo: Still no sign of Jessica.

Viki: I don't get it. How can no one have seen her?

Bo: Viki, we got every available officer looking for her right now. If she was moving around town anywhere, somebody probably would have spotted her.

Viki: Yeah, I know.

Bo: What I think is that she's found a secluded place; she's holed up there.

Seth: I checked the library, the student union, the coffee shop.

Rex: I called all her friends. She's not at Roxy’s.

Natalie: This is so horrible. I mean, she's out there all alone and she's so upset.

Cristian: Better alone than with Mitch Laurence.

Bo: I drove by Laurence’s house. Jessica wasn't there.

Viki: Was Mitch there?

Bo: Not that I could see.

Viki: Well, what if they're together?

Seth: Why would she go to him?

Natalie: I mean, she wouldn't, would she?

Viki: I don't know what she would do. I honestly don't know. She is so upset. She's so vulnerable right now. She was destroyed when she found out that Mitch is her father


Jessica: Go away.

Al: Everybody's really worried about you.

Jessica: You know? I really don't want to be with anyone right now.

Al: I'm not just anyone. I'm your buddy.


Mitch: Hello, Jennifer.

Jen: Hello, Mr. Laurence.

Mitch: Oh, please, call me Mitch. "And they shall plant vineyards and drink of the wine thereof." Care to join me in a celebratory libation?

Jen: What's there to celebrate?

Mitch: What else? The end of Cristian and Natalie.


Al: Whoo. Cold in here, huh? Yeah. Bad day to be a horse, huh? You know, I never really got down here too often when I lived at the mansion with Asa and my mom. Too busy ripping around town in that viper he bought me. That's a nice picture.

Jessica: Yeah. My dad gave it to me. But he's not my dad.

Al: Sure he is.

Jessica: He's not. He's not my dad. How could this happen? How could a man like Mitch Laurence be my father?

Al: Hey -- it's going to be okay.

Jessica: No. You don't understand how bad this hurts.


Bo: Viki, I don't think there's any reason to believe that Jess is with Laurence. And even if she was, she's the one person on earth that he cares about. He'd never hurt her.

Viki: If he did, I would spend the rest of my life making him pay.

Seth: And I'll help.

Rex: Me, too.

Viki: I don't actually think that he would harm her physically. But she's such an emotional mess right now, and, believe me, he would take advantage of that if he could.

Natalie: Yeah, he's good at that.

Bo: But she is a strong, young woman. She's -- she's stood up to a lot.

Viki: Nothing like this, Bo. She kept asking me how I could let her go, why I didn't fight harder to keep Mitch from taking her. I don't have the answers.

Bo: Viki, look, this is not your fault. This is that Laurence.

Viki: Yeah, well, I keep telling myself that. Damn him for coming back into our lives.

Cristian: You know, Natalie, this isn't your fault, either. Jessica's upset about Mitch, not about you.

Natalie: I married that monster. I brought him right to our doorstep. And because of me, he's going after you now.

Cristian: So what? I'm safe here.

Natalie: I hope so.

Cristian: Yeah, the commissioner said it himself -- which works out fine with me because there's no place I'd rather be.


Jen: The end of Natalie and Cristian.

Mitch: Mm-hmm.

Jen: I sure like the sound of that.

Mitch: Yes, well, it won't happen all by itself. Someone will have to make it happen -- or some two. You're not getting cold feet, are you, Jen?

Jen: No.

Mitch: Good, because I've been very impressed with you up to now. You've played it exactly as I told you to when Cristian came over here to break up with you. Why, you showed grace, understanding, compassion, even a touch of tragic nobility.

Jen: What I really wanted to do was rip his head off.

Mitch: Yes, I know.

Jen: I wanted to ask him how much of an idiot he really thinks I am. I've known for months that he was fooling around with Natalie behind my back.

Mitch: Well, of course you have.

Jen: And I have done everything I can think of to try to make them as miserable as they've made me.

Mitch: As well you should have and will beyond your wildest dreams, with my help.

Jen: I'd better because I hated not being able to finally tell him off.

Mitch: Yes, but my way will be much more effective, Jennifer. By now, Cristian has already told Natalie how well you took the news. The last thing they would suspect is you teaming up with the devil himself. And now, shall we make it official?

Jen: I don't really drink anymore.

Mitch: Fake it, Jennifer. You have a real talent for that. To Natalie and Cristian -- may they rest in peace.

Jen: Wait a minute. You never said anything about killing them.


Sam: What is going on? This place is trashed.

Lindsay: Yeah. Somebody must've broken in.

Sam: Broke in?

Lindsay: Maybe it was one of my enemies. You know, I got a lot of enemies in this town, Sam.

Sam: None bigger than yourself, from the looks of things.

Lindsay: What?

Sam: Lindsay, you were about ready to smash this thing when I walked in here --

Lindsay: Well, I'm frustrated, okay? I'm frustrated because my gallery's been vandalized!

Sam: Stop it, stop it. You did all this -- all of it.

Lindsay: I did not! Okay, maybe I messed the place up just a little bit.

Sam: Why? Why would you -- why would you lie about that?

Lindsay: Don't make me answer that question, Sam. Do you know what it feels like to lose control like this? No, I guess maybe you don't!

Sam: Well, that's never stopped you before.

Lindsay: I'm trying to change, Sam. I've been trying so hard. I thought I had changed.

Sam: Uh-huh. Okay, well, you got a ways to go. What got you so upset?

Lindsay: That's private.

Sam: Something to do with Troy?

Lindsay: Why would you say that?

Sam: Well, you seemed awfully flustered when I interrupted the two of you the other day.

Lindsay: I was not flustered!

Sam: I mean, it's not a big stretch to wonder if there was a connection between that and all of this.

Lindsay: This has nothing to do with that. This was a business deal that went bad, okay, and I had a lot at stake.

Sam: More than what just got trashed?

Lindsay: What are you doing here, anyway?

Sam: Um -- I -- this is from Will. He sent me all the Christmas presents and asked me to play Santa.

Lindsay: Thank you.

Sam: You want some help cleaning this place up?

Lindsay: No. No, thank you.

Sam: Are you sure?

Lindsay: I just would like to be alone.

Sam: Well, that's easy to arrange.


Nora: So, who are we going to tell first? Hey, what's wrong? Troy?

Troy: Nothing. Was -- I was just thinking, that's all

Nora: Look, we don't have to tell anyone if you don't want to.

Troy: No. I want to. In fact, I cannot wait to tell the whole world that you and I are getting married.

Nora: You sure?

Troy: Oh, I am absolutely sure.

[Knock on door]

Troy: Hmm, perfect. I can start spreading the news right now.

[Nora chuckles]

Nora: What if it's the super?

Troy: The super? Well, then, maybe I'll just ask him to be my best man.

Emily: Hi!

Troy: Emily. Hey! Guess what.

Emily: What?

Troy: Nora and I are getting married.

Emily: Yes!

Nora: Does this mean you'll come to the wedding?

Emily: You just try and stop me!

Nora: Oh, yay.

Emily: So, have you set a date?

Nora: Oh, are you kidding? My head's still spinning. He just popped the question today.

Emily: Can I see the ring? Wow. You have wonderful taste.

Troy: Thank you.

Nora: Yeah, old Daphne did the trick, didn't she?

Emily: Daphne?

Troy: Yeah, the designer.

Emily: You had it specially designed?

Troy: Of course. A one-of-a-kind ring for a one-of-a-kind woman, right?

Emily: Wow. And I'm the first to know.

Nora: Yes, but you're not going to be the last to know. I got to go tell Sam. I'm going to see if he can help me tell Matthew.

Troy: You know, Nora, I can -- I can come with you if you want me to.

Nora: No, that's okay. Really.

Troy: Okay.

Nora: Thank you.

Troy: Hmm. My pleasure -- Mrs. MacIver-to-be.

Nora: Oh. That does have a ring to it, doesn't it?

[Troy laughs]

Nora: Bye-bye.

Troy: I'll talk to you.

Emily: Bye. Congratulations.

Nora: Thanks.

Emily: I really am happy about you and Nora.

Troy: Thank you.

Emily: But what happens when Lindsay finds out?


Max: She went in.

Asa: With who?

Max: I couldn't see.

Asa: Well, do something about it. Find out who the hell she's seeing. You want a divorce, don't you?

Max: You think I'd follow my wife around as a hobby?

Asa: Know your enemy, Max.

Max: I thought she was going to see you.

Asa: I thought so, too.

Max: Well, I guess she's not as nuts about you as you thought.

Asa: She's nuts about me. Don't you worry about that. I got your gal doing cartwheels for me.

Max: Well, I'd love to see that, but I don't think that would get me a divorce. But whatever's going on inside of there just might.


Woman: Like I got better things to do than sit around here waiting for you to show your face.

Roxy: I said I'm sorry.

Woman: Well?

Roxy: "Well" what?

Woman: What the hell happened to you? Why were you late?

Roxy: I got tied up. This billionaire invited me to run away with him.

Woman: Oh, yeah? What millionaire would have anything to say to you except "scram?”

Roxy: Billionaire.

[Woman gasps]

Woman: Oh, excuse me. Billionaire. Right, and I'm Cher.

Roxy: Hey, I swear it's true.

Woman: You never could hold your liquor. Well, let's see the stuff!

Roxy: Okay.

Woman: These are filtered! Did I ask you for filters?

Roxy: They're better for you, the way you smoke, you know.

Woman: Oh, yeah, like you're not a chimney yourself.

Roxy: Well, I'm trying to quit.

Woman: I'll believe it when I see it.

Roxy: No, it's true. And you shouldn't drink so much, either.

Woman: Oh, like you, right?

Roxy: Well, I don't get drunk as often.

Woman: Oh, so it's not as continuous, right.

Roxy: Yeah, because it causes health problems. You know, there's thing called hypoglocomora or something --

Woman: Put a sock on it.

Roxy: Well, I worry about you.

Woman: Oh, yeah. I know what you're worried about -- spending too much money, being cheap, not wanting to supply me with the booze and the butts!

Roxy: You know, it's so smoky in here, I can hardly breathe.

Woman: You know, I liked you better before you became Mother Teresa -- not a lot better, a little better. At least then you were fun sometimes. Oh, for Pete’s sakes! This isn't the right size.

Roxy: It's the same size as always.

Woman: Bull! There's four of me could get into this thing. How could you be so stupid?

Roxy: I'm -- I'm sorry, Mama.


Jessica: How did you find me?

Al: I was really worried when I found out what happened to you. So I thought to myself, "Where would Jessica go at a time like this?" I remembered that you and your father used to come down here when you were just a little kid, so --

Jessica: Yeah. Remember when he bought me my first horse? He's the person who taught me how to ride.

Al: Your dad is a great guy.

Jessica: He's not my dad.

Al: Yes, Jessie, he is your dad, okay? Listen, your folks adopted you when everybody thought that Roxanne Balsom was your biological mother, so I don't -- I don't see how this changes anything.

Jessica: It changes everything.

Al: No. No. Actually, it doesn't change a thing. Really, it doesn't. These people -- your parents -- they love you. I mean, that's what matters, isn't it?

Jessica: You don't give away something you love.

Al: Listen -- why don't we give your mom a call, just to let her know you're okay?

Jessica: No. No. I don't want to talk to her. I don't want to see her.

Al: Why not?

Jessica: She gave me away. She gave me to Mitch Laurence because I disgusted her. And if I disgusted her then, then of course I'm going to disgust her now.

Al: You know, I don't think that that's the truth. I -- I don't believe that, and I don't think that you believe it, either.

Jessica: No, Al, every time she looks at me, she's going to see Mitch Laurence.

Al: No. Every time she looks at you, she's going to see the same thing that I see. She's going to see Viki Davidson’s daughter -- a beautiful, sweet, good person. Probably the best person that I know. So, what do you say? You'll give your mom a call; let her know you're okay?

Jessica: I can’t.

Al: You don't even have to talk to her, okay? I -- I will do all the talking, and, listen, I promise -- I promise I will not tell her where you are. Come on.


Bo: Viki, you know, I think it's a good idea if we keep Pa in the dark about this connection between Jess and Mitch Laurence. Well, you know him. I mean, before you could say "Dead or alive," he'd have vigilantes running all over Llanview.

Viki: Okay. Yeah.

[Phone rings]

Viki: Hello.

Al: Uh -- Mrs. Davidson. Hi. This is Al. I'm -- I'm just calling to let you know that I'm with Jessie and she's okay.

Viki: Oh, thank God. Oh, thank God. Jessie's fine. She's with Al. Al, may I speak with Jessie, please?

Al: I don't think she wants to talk to anybody right now. Um -- but -- but she's okay and she wanted me to call you and just let you know that.

Viki: I understand.

Rex: Where is she?

Viki: I don't know.

Rex: What? Here, let me talk to Al for a sec.

Seth: Back off. It's not about you.

Viki: Al, does -- does she want to come home?

Al: I don't know if she's decided that yet. Um -- I think -- I think she might need some more time to herself, but I -- I just want to reassure you I will be looking out for her, okay?

Viki: Thank you very much, and thank you so much for calling me.

Al: Yeah, yeah. No problem.

Viki: Please, just tell Jessie that I love her so much.

Al: I think she knows how much you love her, Mrs. Davidson, but I'll be sure to tell her just the same.

Viki: Thank you.

Al: You're welcome.

Viki: She's fine. She just doesn't want to talk to anybody right now.

Natalie: I'm glad Jessica's okay. I just wish she were here and not with Al.

Cristian: Yeah, well, at least she's not with Mitch.


Mitch: I have no intention of killing Natalie or Cristian. Whatever gave you that idea?

Jen: Your toast -- "May they rest in peace?”

Mitch: You took me a bit too literally there, Jennifer. I was referring to their love for each other, and that will be dead by the time we're through with them. That is what you want, isn't it?

Jen: Yes.

Mitch: I thought so.

Jen: What about you? What do you really want out of this? I think it's about time you told me what you were planning.


Roxy's mom: How could you be so stupid? You brought all the wrong stuff.

Roxy: I came, didn't I, Mama? I come every year at Christmas. That's the important thing, isn't it, Mama?

Roxy's mom: No.

Roxy: Mama --

Roxy’s mom: Will you stop being such a sap? People are going to walk all over you. Don't I always tell that to you?

Roxy: Yes, Mama.

Roxy's mom: "Yes, Mama." "No, Mama." "I'm sorry, Mama." You know, if you can't come up with anything more interesting to say, don't say anything.

Roxy: Okay. Oh, Mama, I got married.

Roxy's mom: Yeah, like there's anybody on earth stupid enough to marry you.

Roxy: No, I swear, it's true. Look. Look.

Roxy's mom: Oh, he's got to be a loser.

Roxy: No, he's not, he's a winner. His name is Max-a-million, and he's so handsome. He's like Mel Gibson or a movie star or something like that. And when he looks at me, my insides just, "Oh, yeah, take me, baby." He's funny, and he's charming, and he's a real good dad.

Roxy's mom: What a crock. Where do you come up with this stuff? Didn't you once say you were married to a doctor?

Roxy: I was married to a doctor.

Roxy's mom: Yeah, Dr. Creepo, M.D.

Roxy: No, Max is different. And, Mama, we had the most incredibly romantic wedding.

Roxy's mom: Please. Anybody stupid enough to marry you had to be drunk, blind, or both of them.


Emily: Please tell me you didn't propose to Nora without some plan of dealing with Lindsay.

Troy: I have no idea what I'm going to do when Lindsay finds out that I'm engaged.

Emily: But aren't you afraid that she's finally going to tell Nora about Joanna?

Troy: Of course I'm afraid. Of course I am. I went back and forth on it. But then I went and bought the ring anyway.

Emily: That's very --

Troy: I know -- foolish.

Emily: No, brave.

Troy: Well, actually, I had hoped that I'd be able to come up with a plan to keep Lindsay in check before I proposed, but then Nora accidentally found the ring, so --

Emily: Oh, Troy.

Troy: No, no, Em, it's fine. Please. I'm actually glad that it happened. I didn't want to wait. I love Nora, and I can't wait to be married to her. And I'm not going to let Lindsay come between us and our happiness.

Emily: How can you stop her?

Troy: I don't have to. She'll stop herself.

Emily: What do you mean?

Troy: Look, Lindsay is one of the most self-destructive people that I know, okay? She is always choosing the wrong thing and the wrong way to get it. That's why she ended up in Statesville.

Emily: Yeah, except she's out now.

Troy: Exactly. And look at her. She's at it again. Sooner or later, Emily, she's going to cross the line. She just can't help herself.

Emily: And that's something to look forward to?

Troy: Yes. Because then I will have something on her, something that will shut her up once and for all.

Emily: Troy, I'm sorry, but that's -- that's just wishful thinking.

Troy: No, no, Emily, it'll happen. You don't know Lindsay like I do.

Emily: Yeah, unfortunately for you.

Troy: Right.

Emily: Even if she does mess up like you say she will, that could be weeks or months before that happens, couldn't it?

Troy: No. No, no, no, no, no, no. It'll happen a whole lot sooner than that. You'll see.

Emily: And in the meantime?

Troy: And in the meantime, I refuse to live in fear.

Emily: Troy, but if she finds out that you're engaged --

Troy: Oh, no, no, no -- there's no ifs here, Emily. She will find out because I'm going to go tell her right now. Say a prayer for me, Sis.

Emily: I will.


Sam: Hi.

Nora: Hi. Thank you so much for meeting me here.

Sam: Oh, absolutely. My sense of loyalty demanded it, not to mention my sense of curiosity. You said it was important.

Nora: Um -- yes. Troy and I got engaged.

[Sam whistles]

Sam: Whoa. Well, I had -- I had a feeling this was coming.

Nora: And?

Sam: And if you're as happy as you look, I am genuinely happy for you. Congratulations.

Nora: Thank you, Sam. Thank you. Oh, I just wanted you to be one of the first to know. And I wanted you also to help me break the news to Matthew.

Sam: Oh, sure, sure, I'd be glad to.

Nora: Okay, good. Because sometimes, you know, kids -- they have problems with that kind of thing.

Sam: Yeah, yeah, but I don't think he'll have much of a problem. He's crazy about Dr. Troy.

Nora: Yeah, he is.

Sam: Yeah. Obviously not as crazy as his mother is for him.

Nora: Well, his mother's just plain crazy, so --

[Sam chuckles]

Nora: But I'm pretty crazy about Troy.

Sam: Um --

Nora: What? Something wrong?

Sam: Well, you said I was one of the first to know. Who else knows?

Nora: Just Emily, Troy's sister, and you.

Sam: And Lindsay?

Nora: Lindsay?

Sam: Mm-hmm.

Nora: Why in the world are you asking me about Lindsay?


Troy's voice: You look nice.

Lindsay's voice: So do you. Come on in. I'll get my purse.

Troy’s voice: Actually, no rush. I was -- I was thinking we might even have a glass of wine first.

Lindsay’s voice: Well, I'll get a couple of glasses, then.

Troy's voice: I don't want to wait to get married.

Lindsay's voice: I know. I don't, either.

Troy's voice: I am going to shower you in perfumes and designer dresses and jewelry, and I'm going to take you walking hand in hand in the moonlight.

Lindsay's voice: I'm going to marry you tomorrow.

Troy's voice: That's right.

Lindsay's voice: So you never loved me?

Troy’s voice: You disgust me. In fact, the only way that I could ever even bring myself to touch you was to close my eyes and imagine that you were Nora. I don't want you. I could never love you. I love Nora!

Lindsay's voice: I know exactly what happened to Joanna. You killed the poor woman, and you and I both know it. Every time he talks to me, he gets in really close, very close. When Nora finds out the truth about Troy, he's going to see her for what she really is. And I'll be there to pick up the pieces.


Al: Well, you didn't want me to tell anybody where you were, so I didn’t. But thank you for letting me call your mom. She was really relieved to know that you're okay. I mean, I'm sure everybody was.

Jessica: I just can't face anyone right now. Not now that everybody knows about Mitch Laurence. Everybody -- Seth, Bo. And Natalie -- she married him?

Al: Hey, look, you don't want to see anybody, you don't have to see anybody.

Jessica: You're being really great.

Al: I figure it's the least I could do, you know? I mean, I have pulled pretty much every bonehead move I possibly could since I've been home, and the only person who hasn't judged me through all of it has been you.

Jessica: I don't know about that. I feel like I'm always the one telling you what you're doing wrong.

Al: Judging the things that I've done is different than actually judging me. And no matter how many times I messed up, you were still my friend.

Jessica: Well, that's just what friends do. They take care of each other. They help each other out when they can't help themselves, you know?

Al: Yeah. Well, that's what I want to do for you, okay? I'm going to take care of you, help you out here.


Seth: Where do you think you're going?

Rex: Somebody's got to find Jessica. Since none of you have the guts to do it, I will myself.

Seth: Weren't you just listening in there? Jessica's safe with Al. She doesn't want to see anyone right now.

Rex: Except Al.

Seth: That's right, except Al.

Rex: Look, I may have been the last to know the deal about her and Mitch Laurence, but I know Jessica.

Seth: What exactly do you know? I'd love to hear this.

Rex: I know what she needs. I know that Al can't give it to her. Neither can you.


Natalie: Cristian, where are you going to stay -- I mean, with Mitch out there somewhere swearing to hurt you?

Cristian: Well, the loft is out. I want Jen to keep it if she wants to. I just broke up with her. I can't just kick her out.

Bo: Why don't you stay with Antonio? Then we know you're safe.

Natalie: Um -- I have an idea.

Cristian: What's that?

Natalie: Why don't you stay here? I mean, that'd be okay, right?

Viki: Yes, that's actually a very, very good idea. Cristian, you're very welcome to stay here. If you're uncomfortable in the house, you can stay in the carriage house.

Cristian: Yeah. Yeah, okay. All right, I'd like to be here. That way I can make sure Natalie's safe. Thanks for the offer.

Viki: Oh, you're very, very welcome.

Cristian: But I have to go by the loft first and get some stuff. And I should probably also tell Jen what's going on.

Bo: All right, I'll go with you.

Cristian: I don't think you need to do that, Commissioner.

Bo: Humor me. Viki, we're going to get through this, you know. All of us.

Viki: Bo, when you say it, I believe you. Thank you.

Bo: Oh.

Viki: Thank you.

Bo: Okay, Cris.

Natalie: I'm really glad you're going to be staying here. I don't want us to be apart ever again, okay?

Cristian: We never will be. That's a promise.

Bo: Cristian.


Mitch: So, are you with me or not?

Jen: I definitely don't want to see Cristian and Natalie live happily ever after.

Mitch: I'm glad we see eye to eye. Shall we toast?

Jen: To the end of Cristian and Natalie.

Mitch: To us.


Roxy: Who cares if Max was drunk or not when I married him? I don’t. The point is he did.

Roxy's mom: So he was drunk. I knew it.

Roxy: I didn't say that, Mama.

Roxy's mom: Yeah. Well, wait till he sobers up -- wakes up and finds out that he married yesterday's trash.

Roxy: I'm not yesterday's trash.

Roxy's mom: Oh, I'm sorry, Baby. Did I hurt you? No, you're right. You're not yesterday's trash. No.

Roxy: Yeah.

Roxy's mom: Garbage at least fills a landfill. You are nothing. You're nobody.

Roxy: What?

Roxy's mom: Ever since you were a kid, you never did anything right, never in your whole life.

Roxy: Don't say that, Mama.

Roxy's mom: You know what? I'm your mother. Not only am I going to say it, I'm going to tell you that your -- your dreams -- everything you ever did, everything you ever wanted -- was worthless. It wasn't worth a thing! The biggest mistake I ever made in my whole life was dropping you on the world. What a sap.

Max: You -- just shut up.

Roxy's mom: Who the hell are you?

Max: I'm Roxy’s husband. I'm Max-a-million.


Al: I am going to see to it that nobody hurts you, okay? But we can't stay here. It's freezing in here.

Jessica: Where would we go?

Al: I don't know. It's up to you. Anywhere you want. And we'll make sure that you don't see anybody -- no friends, no -- no family, nobody. Okay?

Jessica: Nobody.

Al: Nobody.

Jessica: Okay.

Asa: Jessie. What are you two doing in here?


Viki: Oh -- thank you, Darling. Thank you.

Natalie: Jessica's going to be okay. I know it.

Viki: Thanks. Yeah, I think she will be. You know, Bo said so, and he's right. You're right. She's -- she's strong. I know she is. I raised her to be that way. I'm just worried about everything else.

Natalie: What do you mean?

Viki: I don't think she's ever going to forgive me for letting Mitch take her away from me when she was born.

Natalie: The two of you are going to work through that. The both of you have a very special bond.

Viki: That's a very sweet thing to say.

Natalie: I am not just saying it, believe me. I was jealous of it for the longest time. Everything's going to be okay between the two of you. No one -- no one can get in between the two of you.


Mitch: Excellent. Well, I want to get started on our little project immediately. So here's step one.

Cristian: What the hell's going on?


Nora: Why in the world would you think that Lindsay would know anything about the engagement?

Sam: Well, it's just that, you know, as you know, I saw her just recently, and she was acting kind of strange, so --

Nora: Well, acting strange is normal for Lindsay. I thought we had already talked about that.

Sam: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Granted, granted. But, you know, she -- this time she was pretty much -- was pretty much over the top, even for Lindsay. And I just wondered if maybe she had heard the news.

Nora: Well, not from me, believe me. And I don't think Troy would be crazy enough to tell her. I can't imagine how she would know about our engagement.

Sam: Well, okay, I suppose not. But when she finds out, she's not going to be a happy camper.

Nora: There's nothing she can do about it now.


Troy: Doing some remodeling, huh? You know, you should really lock that door because anyone could just walk right in.

Lindsay: Apparently so.

Troy: Right. Look, Lindsay, I thought you should know this. Nora and I got engaged.

Lindsay:: Yeah, I do know that. And I think there's something that you should know. There's never going to be a wedding.

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

Asa: You seem kind of upset. What is it?

Troy: You are not going to ruin my life. You hear me?

Cristian: The only way you'll ever get near Natalie again is by killing me.

Viki: Is there a way that you can get Natalie out of this marriage to Mitch Laurence?

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