One Life to Live Transcript Monday 2/10/03
Proofread by Linda
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Previously on "One Life to Live" --
Antonio: Keri, the baby -- she's mine. Mine and your mother's.
Keri: Oh, my God! Ah!
Liz: She's in labor.
Sam: I think that Mitch Laurence is looking for our daughter.
Mitch: I was a bit concerned when I found you snooping around in here.
Nora: What I saw today, it destroyed any feeling that I had for you. It's over.
Paramedic: Possible premature labor.
Second paramedic: Approximately 24 weeks.
Antonio: Honey, I'm here.
Doctor: How far along is she?
Liz: About six months.
Doctor: Keri, I'm Dr. Gomez. We'll stop your labor with medication if we can. Put her on a fetal monitor, I.V., And notify neonatal. You the father?
Keri: No. I want to do this by myself.
R.J.: I saw the ambulance. What's up?
Liz: Keri went into premature labor.
R.J.: How the hell did that happen?
Radio announcer: No matter how bad things look right now, remember this -- they can always get worse.
Flash: That's for sure.
Joey: Hey, Andrew.
Andrew: Hey, Joey, Jessica. Listen, you guys, thank you so much for bringing all this by.
Jessica: There's more in the car.
Andrew: Terrific. When you have a moment, you can bring it in. Just spread it out among the cots and the people, ok?
Joey: You're right, this place really is filling up.
Andrew: Yes, but thankfully, we've had quite a few donations. We may actually have enough money to help some of these people. Take a look for yourself.
Joey: It's empty.
Nora: I could have accepted what happened in Africa if you had loved me enough to trust in me, trust in us. What I can't accept is the lying and the cheating. What I saw tonight when I saw you both tonight, it destroyed any feelings that I had for you. It's over.
Troy: Em, hey.
Emily: Hey. They said at the desk you were in here. I figured you were probably a little too busy tonight to eat anything, so --
Troy: Oh. Thank you, but I'm not -- I'm not real hungry.
Emily: Come on, you have to eat something. You don't want to get sick. You're getting married in four days.
Troy: There isn't going to be a wedding.
Emily: What? Why not?
Troy: Why do you think?
Emily: Nora found out about Joanna?
Troy: No. Worse. Nora found out about Lindsay and me.
Radio announcer: The worst of the storm may be over, but not for everybody. Some of us are going to be feeling it for a long time.
Hank: Nora, thank you for coming by so late.
Nora: Anything for you. What do you want? What?
Hank: This a new look?
Nora: What are you talking about?
Hank: Your earrings.
Nora: What about them? Oh, God, different earrings. Yes, it's actually a new fashion craze.
Hank: Uh-huh. Are you ok?
Nora: I'm fine, I'm fine. I've just got a lot of work, you know, stuff.
Hank: Ah, yeah, not to mention a wedding coming up. I haven't forgotten.
Nora: Oh, yeah. Well, you won't be needing this. There's not going to be a wedding.
Hank: Well, what happened?
Todd: Hank! I'm glad you're still here.
Hank: Not now, Todd. I'm in the middle of something with Nora.
Todd: Yeah, yeah, well, forget about it because this is important. It's about my kids.
Blair: Let go of my daughter!
Mitch: You're in no position to tell me what to do.
Bo: All right, I want you to search the whole house, all right? Papers, documents, anything that looks suspicious. I don't care if it just looks interesting, I want to see it, clear?
Officer: Yes, sir.
Sam: Found anything?
Bo: Sam, what the hell are you doing here?
Sam: My daughter's in the hospital because of Mitch Laurence.
Bo: Yeah, I can appreciate that, but, see, I didn't want to alert Laurence that anybody's been here.
Sam: No, no, it's ok, my car's parked around the corner where your car's parked.
Bo: I don't care where you -- all right, you're here already. How's Jen, anyway? Did she say anything else?
Sam: No, she's been sleeping the whole time through and all I've been able to do is think about what might've happened if Al hadn't found her when he did.
Bo: Yeah, she was lucky.
Sam: Well, Laurence had her terrified, Bo. I mean, he had her so terrified that she ran out into that snowstorm in nothing but a flashy little robe. I want him behind bars.
Bo: Yeah, well, I'm with you on that, but, see, what I want to know right now is, what was Jen doing here in the first place?
Officer: I found something.
Sam: That's evidence of a struggle. We can press charges for assault.
Bo: Well, we have to hear that from Jen. You know, this isn't Laurence's M.O. He likes to keep his hands clean.
Sam: Well, there's got to be something we can do.
Bo: Well, I keep saying that sooner or later he's going to screw up, he's going to get desperate, make a mistake.
Sam: Yeah, but how many more people have to get hurt first?
Mitch: Stay right where you are if you value your daughter's life.
Blair: What do you want?
Mitch: It's all right, it's all right, Starr. You don't have to be afraid.
Blair: No, I'm right here, baby, I'm right here.
Mitch: I'm just here to take you to your father.
Starr: No, you're not! My dad hates you! Let go of me!
Mitch: Ow! You little brat!
Blair: I know who you are.
Mitch: Well, I take it my reputation precedes me.
Blair: What do you want? What are you doing in my home?
Mitch: Let's not raise our voices, ok? We don't want to excite the little one before her trip.
Blair: My little girl's not going anywhere.
Mitch: Oh, it won't be for very long. I just need your husband to do something for me, and he won't do it unless I have leverage.
Blair: You are not taking my daughter.
Mitch: Well, I suppose there's always the baby.
Blair: You're not taking either one of my children.
Mitch: Perhaps you didn't understand. I need a bargaining chip. I'm taking one tonight.
Blair: Over my dead body.
Mitch: Oh. You know, there's something so very sad about motherless children. Hmm. Now send her over to me.
Blair: All right. You want a bargaining chip with Todd? You take me.
Todd: Where have you been? What, did you take the scenic route? This -- this is -- yeah, well, he's my lawyer -- well, for now.
Hank: What is this about, Todd
Todd: Ok, you know that -- that restraining order that Blair had against me? I mean, it's off, right? I mean, I'm just checking.
Todd: Well, because I was going to take the kids away for a little while and I didn't want any of the cops to bother me.
Hank: And that's why you have your lawyer?
Todd: Yeah. Well, you know, in case there's any problems.
Nora: Do you think there are going to be problems?
Todd: Well, I know you guys. I mean, I know how you screw everything up. So anyway, things couldn't be better between me and Blair.
Hank: Is that a fact?
Todd: Yeah, yeah. You know what -- we're getting married again. This is the marriage certificate, and look -- well, that's me -- but look, she even signed it and everything, right there.
Nora: If you're getting married, how come you're taking the kids away?
Todd: Uh -- well, to give Blair some alone time. You know how it is. It's hard planning a wedding all by yourself -- well, you know. I mean, I hear you're getting married again.
Hank: Well, Todd, you came down here for nothing. Blair already called. She wants to restore the restraining order against you. In fact, she wants to press charges.
Todd: For what?
Hank: Fraud. Something about false pretenses. What's that about?
Nora: Oh, that's easy. That's just about Todd.
Todd: What, am I paying you to just stand there?
Man: We need to discuss this.
Todd: I think we need to discuss me getting another lawyer.
Hank: Sorry about that.
Nora: What, about doing your job?
Hank: No, Todd bringing up the wedding.
Nora: Oh, please. I have to get used to that. As a matter of fact, I've got -- I've got a lot of phone calls to make.
Hank: Hey, Nora, let me do that for you.
Nora: You got enough on your plate, ok? Don't add guilt to all the rest of my feelings, please.
Hank: Well, then have someone else do it. You shouldn't have to.
Nora: I am -- fine. Hey, don't worry about me, ok?
Hank: Look, I'm sorry things didn't work out for you and Troy.
Nora: Oh, well, heck. I didn't want to have to break another losing streak.
Hank: You know, let's get out of here. What do you say? Let's go somewhere.
Nora: No, I can't.
Hank: Nora, I want to help.
Nora: I know you do. I know you do. There's nothing anyone can do.
Hank: I know that you and Troy had some issues. I thought you'd worked through them.
Nora: Yep, so did I. So did I. I just was stupid, Hank. I should've seen this one coming.
Troy: What do you want, Lindsay?
Lindsay: Just came to thank you.
Emily: Are you crazy? Get out of here!
Lindsay: You don't understand.
Emily: Oh, I understand. You've ruined my brother's life!
Lindsay: This is about my daughter. She could've died if it weren't for you.
Troy: Any other doctor would've done the same thing.
Lindsay: But it wasn't just any other doctor. It was you. I owe you. There's nothing I wouldn't do for you.
Emily: Haven't you done enough damage? Just leave him alone.
Troy: I'll handle this. I want to talk to Lindsay alone, please.
Lindsay: I meant what I said.
Troy: I told you your daughter would be all right. You've thanked me. And that's all we have to say to each other.
Lindsay: No-no, it's not.
Keri: Oh! Oh!
Dr. Conklin: Hang in there, Keri. You're almost through it.
Keri: Why isn't it working?
Dr. Conklin: Give it a chance.
Keri: But it's going to work? The medication is going to stop the contractions?
Dr. Conklin: If it's not too late.
Keri: Dr. Conklin, you have to save my baby. Please?
Dr. Conklin: We're doing everything possible.
R.J.: You knew Keri wasn't supposed to be under any stress. I told you! But do you listen? No. No, you decide to violate my rights, lock me up, and then run off and try to satisfy your sense of honor! Well, you wouldn't know honor if it was tattooed across your forehead!
Antonio: R.J., I don't have time for your ranting. My only focus right now is on Keri.
Liz: Just stop it, R.J.! Keri is not going to lose this baby.
R.J.: Well, we hope not.
Liz: And stop blaming Antonio!
R.J.: We would not be here --
Liz: You were going to tell her anyway! I told you both to just leave it alone! Because I knew something like this was going to happen. And now look. Both my daughters are in danger.
Antonio: Liz, I'm sorry. I -- I didn't think this would happen.
R.J.: Because you don't think. You just do and cry about it later. But you listen to me, boy, if anything happens to my daughter, you will answer to me.
Dr. Conklin: You're ok, Keri. Breathe. Breathe. That's it.
Dr. Conklin: You're doing fine.
Nurse: Contractions are a minute apart.
Dr. Conklin: What about the baby?
Nurse: Fetal rate 145, good reactivity.
Dr. Conklin: Keri, are you sure you don't want anyone in here?
Keri: No, I don't want anyone.
Dr. Conklin: Not even --
Nurse: Here comes another one.
Dr. Conklin: Not even your mother?
Keri: No! I don't want anyone in here.
Nurse: Here comes another one.
Dr. Conklin: Call neonatal, stat! I need a team.
Keri: What's happening? What's happening to my baby?
Dr. Conklin: Keri, get ready, your baby's about to be born.
Blair: You want a bargaining chip with Todd? You take me. He'll give you anything you want.
Mitch: Really? As I understand it, you two have been locked in a bitter custody dispute.
Blair: Not anymore.
Mitch: As of when?
Blair: Tonight. We decided that we were going to get married again.
Mitch: Is that true? Your mother and father are back together?
Blair: You tell him, Starr. You tell him how your daddy and I love each other -- that we may fight a little, but we always love each other.
Starr: They do. It's true, they love each other.
Blair: Yeah, so there's no reason to take Starr. You can take me.
Mitch: Maybe I'll just take the both of you.
Blair: No. Todd doesn't care about Starr, anyway. I mean, she's not even his.
Mitch: What do you mean she isn't his.
Blair: She was adopted. In fact, both of my children were adopted. Todd only wanted them because he wanted to get me back. So my children can't give you the power that you want, but I can. I will cooperate and do anything that you want, and so will Todd. He'll do anything for me.
Sam: Oh, man.
Bo: There's got to be something here.
Sam: The guy's smart. Maybe he's hidden everything.
Officer: Commissioner? Over here.
Bo: What you got?
Officer: There are a bunch of documents in there.
Bo: Well, let's have a look at them.
Bo: Well, this is unusual.
Sam: Just like Jen said. What kind of documents are they?
Bo: They're medical files.
Sam: That's a D.N.A. File.
Bo: Yeah, on Jessica Buchanan.
Sam: That's strange.
Bo: Here's another one on Natalie Buchanan.
Jessica: What kind of lowlife would steal money from a donation box?
Joey: Probably somebody who was pretty desperate.
Andrew: Excuse me. Rev. Carpenter.
Hank: Hi, reverend. This is Hank Gannon.
Andrew: Yeah, Hank. Listen, thanks for getting back to me. Have you had any word on the stolen donations?
Hank: Yes, actually. The police picked up a suspect right outside of the community center. It's a young lady who had a pocketful of cash and some of the items stolen from St. James.
Andrew: All right. Well, thank you for that fast work, Hank.
Hank: Yeah, well, listen, Reverend, we need you to come down here to the station to press charges.
Andrew: I kind of got my hands full here. Listen, Joey Buchanan's my new curate. Would it be all right if he came down for me?
Hank: Joey's your curate? Well, I'll be damned -- uh, I'll be darned. Yeah, that'd be fine. Send him down.
Andrew: Ok, and thanks again, Hank. Joey, would you mind going down to police headquarters? They found a young girl and, you know, they think she's the one that stole the money.
Joey: Yeah, yeah, sure.
Andrew: Thank you.
Flash: I don't care what you say, I didn't do it. That stuff was planted on me.
Radio announcer: A storm like this can bring out the best in people -- and the worst.
Flash: Shut up!
Officer: Who are you telling to shut up?
Flash: That stupid guy on the radio, that's who.
Radio announcer: But it's not too late to turn it around. Get out there, give your best, and the best will come back to you.
Officer: Hey, hey! Sit down!
Flash: What a crock.
Hank: Hey, Nora. Sorry about all these interruptions tonight.
Nora: Hey, it's all right. You're just a man in demand. So you want to tell me what you wanted to tell me before the phone rings again or something?
Hank: No, no, don't worry about it. It can wait. You've got a lot to deal with.
Nora: Ok. I do need to go home.
Hank: Nora? I hate to see you go like this.
Nora: I'll be ok, Hank. I've had a lot of practice.
Hank: Oh, man, I don't believe this.
Nora: I'll talk to you later.
Hank: Yeah, this is Gannon. Liz, what's wrong? I'll be right there. Excuse me.
Nora: What is it? What's going on?
Hank: Keri's in the hospital. She just went into labor.
Nora: What? What happ-- I'm coming with you.
Liz: I can't stand this, not knowing anything.
Nurse: I'll make sure neonatal's ready.
Liz: Neonatal? That must mean --
Antonio: She's having the baby.
Dr. Conklin: That's right, Keri! Keep pushing.
Dr. Conklin: One more ought to do it!
Dr. Conklin: It's a girl.
Keri: Is she all right, doctor? Is she going to make it?
Todd: Blair! Come on, Blair, I know you're in there! Open the door or I'll knock it down!
Todd: You've got to be kidding me.
Todd: Blair! Where are you? If you think you're coming between me and my kids, you got another thing coming! Now, get down here right --
[Pounding on door]
Starr: Dad! Dad, help me! I'm locked in the closet! Dad!
Todd: Hey, hey, I'm coming!
Todd: Starr. What -- how -- how'd you get locked in the closet?
Starr: I didn't do it. The bad man did it.
Todd: What bad man?
Starr: He said he was going to work for you, but I know he wasn't.
Todd: Ok, Starr, look, you got to chill out on the stories. We've talked about this.
Starr: Dad, I'm not making it up!
Todd: Where's your mother?
Starr: I don't know!
Todd: How can you not know?
Starr: I don't know! After the bad man took her, I don't know where she is!
Starr: Dad, she's not up there!
Blair: Just --
Mitch: Please, don't try anything stupid. I'm sure you're aware of what a gun can do.
Bo: All right, gather it all up.
Sam: I'll see you back at the station.
Officer: You want me to do another sweep around the perimeter, commissioner?
Second officer: I already did it just a few minutes ago.
Bo: All right, I want to get this to the station.
Hank: Liz. Where's Keri?
Liz: In with the doctor.
Nora: How is she doing?
Liz: She's having the baby.
Nora: What? They couldn't stop the contractions?
Hank: Well, why aren't you in there with her?
Liz: She didn't want me in there.
Nora: But you're the baby's mother.
Antonio: She said she wanted to do it herself.
Nora: Oh, for goodness sake, women in labor say a lot of things they don't mean.
R.J.: Oh, no. No, she meant it.
Liz: Dr. Conklin. What's happening?
Dr. Conklin: Keri's doing just fine.
Dr. Conklin: She delivered a baby girl.
Liz: The baby?
Dr. Conklin: Well, we've got her on a ventilator till her lungs mature.
Dr. Conklin: But barring any complications, she'll be just fine.
Antonio: Ok, can we see her?
Liz: Thank God.
Dr. Conklin: We're taking her to neonatal, so no visitors.
Liz: Thank you.
Antonio: What about -- what about Keri?
Dr. Conklin: She doesn't want to see anyone.
R.J.: What about her father?
Dr. Conklin: She said no one. I'm sorry. It's not my decision.
Nora: You know what? I think I'll wait in the sunroom for my turn to see Keri. It's a long line.
Troy: I'm not interested in anything you have to say. I have work to do.
Lindsay: Are you kidding me? After everything --
Troy: I said I am through with you! Do you understand that?
Lindsay: Oh, I see where this is going. I set you off, you tell me how much you hate me, and, before you know it, we're at each other on that couch over there.
Troy: You're sick, do you know that?
Lindsay: You're sicker.
Troy: Yeah, you're probably right about that. I'm the one that put up with your garbage.
Lindsay: And you know why you do? Because when you're with me, it's the best you ever had.
Troy: Nora -- Nora, just wait, please --
Nora: No, no, no, I've got nothing to say to you.
Troy: Nora, we need to talk
Nora: Why don't you and Lindsay go off together and do whatever it is that you do together.
Troy: Nora, please, please --
Nora: You really do deserve each other.
Troy: Just listen to me for one second.
Troy: It's an emergency. I got to check on a patient. Please just wait for me, ok? Don't go anywhere.
Lindsay: Oh, no, you're not going anywhere till we have a little talk.
Nora: What could I possibly have to say to you?
Lindsay: How about "thank you"?
Nora: I'm supposed to thank you?
Lindsay: From where I stand, you owe me.
Nora: Really? For what?
Lindsay: What? What do you mean? In a couple of days, you would have been married to Troy and sharing him with me.
Nora: And I'm supposed to be grateful for you saving me from that fate?
Lindsay: Well, you would have found out about it sooner or later. I think it's better that you found out about it before you got married. That way you can make a clean break and save yourself from a messy divorce. Yes, from where I stand, I'm kind of like your new best friend.
Bo: Just set that up in my office, ok? I want to have a look at everything.
Joey: Uncle Bo.
Bo: Joey! Son of a gun! Hey, when did you roll back into town?
Joey: Came in with the storm.
Bo: Oh. So you're the one responsible for all this?
Joey: You look great. Busy as usual.
Bo: Well, never -- never a dull moment around here. But I'll tell you something, you being back is great. This is the best news I've had all night.
Joey: Well, I've got more. Jessica's home, too.
Joey: A couple hours ago. She's been down at the community center helping out over there.
Bo: How is she?
Joey: She seems ok, considering.
Bo: Yeah. So I guess you heard about everything that went on?
Joey: Mom told me, yeah.
Bo: Yeah, well, you couldn't have come back at a better time. They both need you.
Joey: That goes both ways.
Bo: Yeah. So is that what brought you back to town, the family stuff?
Joey: Actually, not completely. Um, I'm the new curate over at St. James. Andrew pulled some strings.
Bo: Hey, good for him.
Joey: Yes, I was just down at the community center, and, actually, it seems someone stole some money out of the donation box.
Flash: I don't have to say squat! I know my rights.
Joey: So it was you?
Flash: Hey, Rev, what's up?
Bo: Uh, you two know each other?
Joey: We've met. So the money I gave you wasn't enough? You had to steal from the community center?
Flash: I never said that I did it.
Joey: They found the money on you, along with some other stuff you stole.
Flash: Some dude gave it to me.
Officer: Thought you said it was planted on you.
Flash: Butt out!
Bo: Does Andrew want to press charges?
Joey: Actually, he's leaving it up to me.
Flash: Go ahead. Go ahead. He's been wanting to bust me since he met me.
Bo: Oh. It's your call, Joey.
Joey: I won't press charges.
Bo: Did you get prints, mug shots?
Bo: Ok, I'm going to release her into your custody, ok? You can do whatever you want. I got to get to work on this case in here.
Joey: Go ahead.
Bo: I'll talk to you later.
Joey: Ok, then.
Flash: Hey, thanks. I've really got to run, so --
Joey: You are coming with me.
Starr: See, dad? Mom wasn't up there.
Todd: Oh, I know, I know. Jack's up there by himself. Heddy's not even around.
Starr: Dad, I keep telling you, the guy left -- the bad guy left and he took mom with him!
Todd: For the 89 millionth time, Starr, there is no bad guy, ok? Suzanne is not dead. Your mother was never in any danger.
Starr: Hello! I'm not Jack here, ok? I understand! Who locked me in the closet then? I understand that you did all those lies so that you could be with mom. But I'm telling you, tonight, that creepy guy came, and he tried to take me, but mom said no, to take her instead.
Todd: All right, what -- what guy?
Starr: The guy on the front of the paper, the guy that you hate.
Todd: Mitch Laurence was here?
Starr: Yes. Dad, please, you have to believe me.
Todd: I do. I do. I believe you.
Mitch: Not one word.
Mitch: All right. They're gone. But they will be back, so we cannot stay here.
Blair: Where are you taking me?
Mitch: You'll find out soon enough. First, I'm going to have to tie up a few loose ends.
Nora: All right.
Lindsay: "All right" what?
Nora: You want me to thank you? Fine. Thank you.
Lindsay: Oh, but you don't really mean it.
Nora: Oh, but I do. I do mean it because, indeed, you did save me from marrying Troy, which would've been the worst mistake of my life.
Lindsay: I always thought so.
Nora: And you've convinced me of that fact, absolutely. But you know what's the best part?
Nora: No more you. That's right, I've gotten rid of you. No more sneak attacks, no more snarky comments, no more you. Do you know how good that makes me feel?
Lindsay: Do you really expect me to believe that it doesn't bother you?
Nora: You know, I don't really care what you believe because you can't touch .
Lindsay: I won, Nora.
Lindsay: And I know how much you hate that.
Nora: You believe whatever you want to believe.
Lindsay: And I know how bad it feels to be on the losing end. Like when you got Sam and Bo.
Nora: I'm not you, Lindsay.
Lindsay: No, but I bet you wish you were because I have what you want. I've got Troy.
Nora: Oh, my. I finally figured out what it is, what this is all about.
Lindsay: What are you talking about?
Nora: This isn't about Troy or Bo. This isn't even about Sam. It's about me. It's about you wanting to hurt me. Huh. Well, you can't hurt me if I won't let you, and I'm not because I'm moving on, Lindsay, and that frustrates you, doesn't it?
Lindsay: Oh, don't be ridiculous.
Nora: No. No. I'm not you, Lindsay. But -- you could be me. Here you go.
Lindsay: What's this?
Nora: It's my wedding invitation. You just cross off my name, put in yours, and you can have my old life with Troy. Hope it brings you as much happiness as it brought me.
Liz: I can't believe it. The baby's born. She's here. I wish I could be with her, see her.
Hank: Are you ok?
Liz: I just thought this day would be so different, Hank.
R.J.: It should have been. And could have, couldn't it?
Hank: R.J., Take it easy.
R.J.: Oh, I'd like to, Henry, but, see, my daughter is lying in the hospital in who knows what kind of condition because of these two!
Liz: She's my daughter, too, and so is the baby, and I'm scared to death for both of them! Dr. Conklin, how are my girls?
Dr. Conklin: Keri's doing very well.
Liz: Good. The baby?
Dr. Conklin: It's still too soon to tell. But we have an excellent neonatal unit here. She's in good hands.
Antonio: Dr. Conklin, I -- I know Keri said she didn't want to see anyone, but her mom should really be with her. Do you think you might talk to her?
Liz: Would you, please?
Dr. Conklin: Actually, she is asking for someone, but it's her father.
R.J.: Well, here I am.
Dr. Conklin: Just take a few minutes.
R.J.: Oh. Hey, it's going to be all right.
Keri: I can't believe this is happening.
R.J.: I know. I -- I tried to stop it.
Keri: You --
R.J.: Yeah, I know.
Keri: You knew everything?
R.J.: All of it.
Keri: And you kept this from me, too?
R.J.: No, no. No, no, no, I just found out myself.
Keri: How could they do this? My own mother and my fiancÚ?
R.J.: I don't know.
Keri: I never want to see either of them. Never again.
R.J.: Consider it done.
Radio announcer: Nothing like home on a night like tonight. So if you're away from home, make that call. Let them know you care. Hey, and home doesn't have to just be family. Friends count, too. Anybody who's ever touched your heart.
Jessica: Who is this voice of the night, anyway?
Andrew: Oh, Jessica, I've asked. I have no idea. Why?
Jessica: I don't know, there's something about him. Maybe he's just saying something that I need to hear.
Flash: No way! I am not going back into this pit!
Joey: Fine. I'll take you right back to the jailhouse.
Flash: You wouldn't.
Joey: Not if you do what I say.
Flash: Look, I said I would give the money and the stuff back.
Joey: Oh, you're going to do more than that.
Flash: Like what?
Joey: Like you're going to work here or else you're going back to jail. So, why don't you start helping them pass things out. Hey, how's it going?
Jessica: Ok. Great, actually.
Joey: Feels good, doesn't it, helping other people?
Flash: Hey, how much you paying me?
Joey: Nothing. You are doing this out of the kindness of your heart. Meet my new assistant.
Flash: And who is she, your girlfriend?
Joey: That's my sister.
Jessica: Hi, I'm Jessica Buchanan. Nice to meet you.
Sam: You find anything else?
Bo: No, not yet. Did Jen say anything else?
Sam: She's been sleeping the whole time still. I'll keep checking on her.
Bo: Well, I hope she can tell us something about all these documents.
Sam: They're all medical?
Bo: Yeah, mostly. You know, I thought that Jessica's D.N.A. Test was just about finding out if she was Laurence's daughter but there's a test here on Natalie, too. What's that all about?
Sam: I don't know, you got me.
Bo: Yeah, well, something's going on. There's no test here for Laurence.
Sam: Yeah, well, at least not in those files.
Bo: No, I've still got a bunch over here I got to go through. Look at this. There's medical histories, D.N.A. Tests, organ donor information.
Sam: What's he up to?
Bo: I don't know, but we'd better find out, fast.
Mitch: All you have to do is hang on a little longer.
Todd: So, look, you're sure that Mitch Laurence is the one that took your mother?
Starr: Dad, I'm positive. So what are you going to do? Are you going to call the police?
Starr: Why not?
Todd: They'll just screw it up like they do everything else.
Starr: Then what are you going to do?
Mitch: Todd Manning? It's Mitch Laurence.
Todd: Where's Blair?
Mitch: Here, with me. And she looks
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Max: It says you're flunking out.
Todd: What do you want?
Mitch: Bring me Natalie.
Cristian: Natalie, you don't look so good. Are you in pain?
Man: Where is she? Why hasn't Laurence brought her here?
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