OLTL Transcript Friday 4/11/03

One Life to Live Transcript Friday 4/11/03

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

R.J.: You all better not make me regret this, but you've got a trial at Capricorn.

Carlotta: The truth is I don't think Cristian has ever gotten over his feelings for Jessica.

Rex: Thanks for not ratting me out.

Jen: Why would I? I'm going to be your new partner.

Gabrielle: Little Matthew Rappaport is your son, yours and Nora’s.


[Flash coughs]

Joey: Flash? You okay? Hey.


Cristian: Oh. Amazing.

Natalie: Yeah, it's going to be pretty nice. I mean, once my mom gets her photos set up, it's going to be great.

Cristian: No, I meant you. I mean, the way you're using the last of your trust money to rent this place for your mom and Jessica -- it's pretty amazing.

Jessica: Uh -- oops. I didn't know you guys were home. I'm sorry. I'll just --

Cristian: Oh, no, wait, Jessica. We need to, you know, talk about the stuff we're going to show at the gallery.

Jessica: Sure.

Natalie: Yeah, it seems like a really great opportunity.

Cristian: It's a lot to work out, though, starting with what pieces we're going to show. And the lighting. And, well, if anybody's going to show up to this place.

Jessica: Relax, relax, Rembrandt. I got it all covered. Here, let me show you what I've been doing.


Rex: Room service.

Jen: What do you think you're doing?

Rex: Room service? Picking up things? What are you doing down here? Your room's the next floor up.

Jen: You're not from room service. You're breaking in. You're the hotel thief, and I just caught you in the act.


Cole: R.J. Gannon?

R.J.: Do I know you?

Cole: Got the word that you're the man to see if someone's looking to make things happen.

R.J.: Well, that depends entirely on the things to which you're referring. And who's asking?

Cole: The name's Cole Avery. Wax man told me to look you up.

R.J.: Did he? Well, now, if memory serves, Wax man's doing time.

Cole: Yeah, he got another two years inside. But in the meantime --

Max: R.J., Can I speak with you a minute?

R.J.: Yeah, yeah, I'm finishing up. Try me later.

Max: Who's that?

R.J.: Got me. Just somebody looking for work.


Antonio: It's Cole Avery, released from Statesville a week ago. Did 12 years for aggravated assault and armed robbery. He's here in Llanview.

Bo: You know him?

Antonio: Yeah, yeah, I know him. Listen, I heard you spent the night -- I'll be down at records if you need me.

Bo: Okay. You got my message.

Gabrielle: When you said that you would be working late, I didn't realize you meant all night.

Bo: Oh, I'm sorry. I really didn't intend to.

Gabrielle: Could we cut to the chase? Bo, is it over between us?


Jessica: So, when do you think you're going to be able to put together an inventory for me?

Cristian: Well, I guess I got to look through the stuff that I have at my mom's house.

Natalie: I can help. I mean, I don't really know anything about art -- not what I do, exactly -- but --

Jessica: Well, all you have to know is that Cristian is really great.

Cristian: Oh. Can you believe what Natalie did here?

Jessica: Yeah. I mean, this is so great. And Mom -- it meant so much to her. And seeing that ring is pretty amazing.

Natalie: Yeah. I love it more every second I wear it.

Jessica: Look, we don't have very much time, so maybe we should head over to your mom's and see what you have there.

Cristian: Okay.

Jessica: Okay.

Cristian: Well, let's go. Why don't you get your things?

Natalie: Actually, why don't the two of you just go. I mean, like I said, I don't really know anything about art, and I've got so much to do here. I mean, if I don't get that upstairs done, we're never going to be able to move in.

Cristian: You sure you don't want to go?

Natalie: Positive. Too much to do. Go be famous.

Cristian: Okay. Let's go.

[Car pulls away]


Gabrielle: It's not that I blame you. I can understand if you weren't able to forgive me.

Bo: Gabrielle --

Gabrielle: The letter arrived, I read it, and I just thought that you would turn away from me instantly, so I burned it. And then, of course, compounding that was that ridiculous lie about resigning from "The Banner" because Mitch Laurence took over, and then, on top of that, making it worse, I broke into Nora’s house to get the other copy --

Bo: Gabrielle -- Gabrielle, stop, all right? You told me the truth. You gave me the news that I have a son. So in the end, I think you did the right thing.

Gabrielle: You're the most wonderful man in this entire world! You.

[Gabrielle laughs]

Gabrielle: You so deserved to know the truth, and how could I let little Matthew not know that he's got the most wonderful father in the whole world?

Bo: Gabrielle, I'm not going to tell him, and you're not, either.


R.J.: Well, come on, Max. I'll go over your responsibilities.

Max: Whoa, whoa, wait. What? What, are you kidding? I have run clubs. I have owned clubs.

R.J.: Not this one.

Max: What -- is that what I think it is -- a contract? Now all of a sudden we got to have everything in writing? Our word isn't good enough for each other anymore?

R.J.: Shut up, Max. Yes, yes, it is a contract, but it has nothing to do with you. I'm -- I'm signing a band -- well, it's really a singer.


Man: What's shaking, man?

Joey: Hey, guys. What's going on?

Man: Hey, Rev.

Flash: Don't bust my chops, okay?

Joey: Well, you're going to have to take care of those chops if you're going to play Capricorn next week.

Flash: We really blew R.J. away, didn't we?

Joey: Totally. Hey, what does C.J. think about your new gig?

Flash: I -- I haven't exactly called him yet. I've been really busy, okay?

Joey: Hey -- check out my old guitar.

Flash: Your old guitar?

Joey: Yeah. I used to take lessons when I was a kid. Now -- ahem -- listen and learn. I never really got into practicing.

Flash: Uh-huh.

Joey: It's yours.

Flash: I can't -- I can't take that from you.

Joey: Why not? Come on. I mean, you heard me play. This guitar deserves better.

Flash: True.

Joey: No, my family's moved recently, and we were putting a bunch of stuff in storage and I ran across it. Go on, play something for me.

Flash: I wait a minute. You moved out of Llanfair?

Joey: Yeah. You know what -- it's a long story.

Flash: Do I look busy to you?

Joey: Okay. Well, my grandfather's will left the entire estate to my mom, and then another will turned up leaving the estate to this guy named Mitch Laurence. Anyway, we don't think it's valid, but the court said it was, so now while we're appealing, we're kind of in limbo.

Flash: Your family's out on the street and you're here helping people at Angel Square?

Joey: I figured that's kind of where I was needed. Besides -- what? I can't care about you?

[Phone rings]

Joey: I'm sorry. Hello.

Renee: Joey. Hi. It's Renee.

Joey: Hi. Are you okay?

Renee: Yeah. Look, I'm sorry to bother you, but I'm worried about Jen.

Joey: Why? What happened?

Renee: Well, nothing, exactly. Nobody has seen her. I'm here at her room. She's not coming to the door. I'm wondering if I ought to go in and check on her. What do you think?

Joey: You know what? I don't think that would really be a good idea.

[Phone beeps]

Renee: Oh, shoot! I've got another call.

Joey: Go ahead and take it. I'll be right down. Don't do anything till I get there.

[Phone beeps]

Renee: Oh -- I'm coming, I'm coming.


Rex: All right, Jen, look, you can't blow this for me, okay? I really need the money. And if I lose this job --

Jen: Relax, will you? Look, things are just kind of crazy in my life right now and I just want to forget about it. Come on; let me do this with you. It'll be a blast.

Rex: Okay, fine, okay, but get this -- what I say goes. This may be all fun and games for you, but if we get caught, I'm not the only one going to jail.

Jen: Yes, Sir.

Jen: So what do we steal? Ooh --

Rex: Don't touch anything! Put this on first.

Jen: What about you?

Rex: Oh, one for you, one for me.

Rex: Whoa.

Jen: What happened in here? Everything's all wet.


Renee: Here we are, Mr. Cho, and I am so sorry for -- I will pay you for any damages.

Mr. Cho: It's outrageous. I can't understand why Mr. Buchanan would put me in a hotel like this. Look, let me show you. All my suits -- ruined!

Mr. Cho: The pin!

Renee: What?

Mr. Cho: Oh, no!

Renee: Pin? What is it? What's wrong?

Mr. Cho: Oh, I've been robbed.

Renee: What? Are you sure?

Mr. Cho: Of course I'm sure! I paid $2,700 for a beautiful pin for my wife this morning, and it's gone!

Renee: It's here.

Mr. Cho: It's gone, I tell you!

Renee: Mr. Cho --

Mr. Cho: Someone's been here!

Renee: Don't worry about this. I will reimburse you. I promise you --

Mr. Cho: Let's check the bathroom.

Renee: Please. Oh, Mr. Cho -- Mr. Cho -- why did this have to happen to one of Asa’s associates?

Mr. Cho: Mr. Buchanan never told me the city was full of thieves!

Renee: Mr. Cho, Llanview is a lovely city.


Rex: It's now or never.

Gabrielle: You're not going to tell Matthew that you're his father?

Bo: No, not yet. It's just -- it's just too soon. You know, I'm not going to spring this on him, not right away, because, you know, he's too little and this is too big.

Gabrielle: Of course. Of course. You're right. Of course. It's going to be extremely difficult for you.

Bo: Yeah, but that'll be my problem. I don't want to make it Matthew's. And I am going to be spending a lot more time with him because I want him to be just as comfortable as he possibly can around me.

Gabrielle: Yeah, that's good. That's a good idea.

Bo: Yeah. That means that I am going to be spending more time with Nora. Now, is that going to be a problem?

Gabrielle: No. Of course not.

[Phone rings]

Bo: Excuse me. Buchanan.

Renee: Bo, I know I should go through proper channels, and I'm sorry to bother you.

Bo: Renee, hold it. Just calm down. What's going on?

Renee: Another guest at the hotel has been robbed. This was an associate of Asa’s. He's going to have a fit, and I don't know what to do.


Max: They're that good?

R.J.: Well, with a little management and guidance, they could be.

Max: Oh. So they don't know they're that good?

R.J.: No, of course not. And I'm not going to tell them a word about it until I get some ink on this paper.

Max: Garage band, though? I mean, come on, this place is -- well, we cater to a late 20s, early 30s jazz crowd, right?

R.J.: What makes you think that this is the only club that I will ever own?

[Max gasps]

Max: So you were thinking of expanding? What a coincidence, because I was thinking you could use me as a partner.

R.J.: You're penniless, Max.

Max: Come on, that's never stopped me before. You just make me an offer and I'll come up with the money.

R.J.: Well, I'll tell you what. You show me the money and I'll think about it.


Jen: Oh, my God, that was such a rush. When can we do it again?

Rex: "We" aren't doing anything again.

Jen: Sure, we are. I'm in it.

Rex: No, in and out.

Jen: Do you want me to blow this for you?

Rex: No. No way.

Jen: Then I'm in.

Rex: Yeah, okay. Fine, but listen. We got to cool it for a while. The hotel's going to be crawling with cops.

Jen: But that's what makes it exciting. Just it's so intense, you know, like --

Rex: Sex. Let's go inside.

Joey: Hey. Jen. What's going on?


Antonio: Renee, we're obviously going to do everything we possibly can, but I suggest you issue some kind of notice to your guests -- use the hotel safes, be alert, report any suspicious behavior.

Renee: I did that. I put a notice in everybody's room, and people are -- people are still getting robbed.

Antonio: What is it?

Renee: You know, I think you're right about this.

Antonio: About this being an inside job.

Renee: Yeah. Yeah.

Antonio: Yeah, well, there hasn't been any sign of forced entry, and no other hotels in the area have been hit like this. It's got to be somebody in your staff.


Jen: Joe, what are you doing here?

Joey: Actually, I'm looking for you. Renee called, said she hadn't see you around, so she sounded worried.

Jen: Well, I'm fine. See? Fine.

Joey: Oh, Jen, wait.

Jen: Well, didn't I just say I was fine?

Joey: No, good. Yeah.

Rex: I've got to get back to work. We'll talk later.

Jen: Look, whatever today's sermon is, I'm not in the mood.

Joey: No sermon. Actually, I -- really. I just came down to see if you wanted to go to lunch.

Jen: Yeah, right. Lunch first, then the sermon.

Joey: No. No strings, honest. Just company. Come on, what do you say?


Bo: Gabrielle, honey, you really have to think about this. If I'm going to be spending more time with Matthew, then I'm --

Gabrielle: Be spending more time with Nora.

Bo: You have nothing to be insecure about.

Gabrielle: So you're not saying adios to you and me?

Bo: No, you don't get rid of me that easily. No. Look -- I'm not saying that it's not going to be hard, but we can do it.

Gabrielle: Yes, yes, we can do it.

[Knock on door]

Bo: Yes.

Hank: Hey, hey. I'm sorry to interrupt. Look, the price case is on the docket this afternoon. There's still some testimony to review.

Bo: Okay.

Gabrielle: I'll -- I better go, then. I'll see you later?

Bo: Count on it.

Gabrielle: Bye, hank.

Hank: Bye.

Bo: All right. Ahem. Let's do it, okay? We'll start with the depositions.


Cristian: So, what's the gallery's commission? In case I actually sell something.

Jessica: Of course you're going to sell something. And I think that 1/3 is pretty standard.

Cristian: Thanks.

Jessica: But I'll check, okay?

Marcie: I -- I couldn't help but overhearing. Are you really working at Mrs. Rappaport's gallery?

Jessica: I really am.

Marcie: How come?

Jessica: Well, since Mitch Laurence took everything my family has, I need the money.

Marcie: Oh. Well, so how's it going?

Jessica: Well, it's going well, considering I just found some new, major talent.

Marcie: I knew you draw, but I didn't realize you were really serious about it.

Cristian: Well, I used to be serious, and then now I am again. I got into a car accident, messed up my hand, but -- I don't know -- I never thought I'd be drawing again.

Marcie: So how come you got back to it?

Cristian: Natalie. She helped me.

Marcie: Oh. Well, good luck.

Jessica: "Couldn't help overhearing"? She was hanging off of every word we said.


Cole: Hey. How's it going? I ran into you the other night at the square? I thought you were somebody else?

Jessica: Oh. Oh. Yeah. Hi. How you doing?

Cole: Good. Oh, hey, the name's Cole.

Cristian: Cristian.

Cole: Nice to meet you.

Cristian: Nice to meet you.


Cole: So, take care of yourself. Burger and fries, walking, well done. Got it?

Marcie: Gee. It's harder than advanced calculus, but I think I got it.


Cristian: So, if you're planning on doing the show so soon, I think I'm going to have to use some of your pictures. You know, the ones from way back.

Jessica: Yeah, I don't -- I don't think I feel that comfortable with that, Cristian.

Cristian: Why not? Don't tell me you're embarrassed.

Jessica: I'm going to be working there. I don't want people thinking I'm some sort of egomaniac. You know, I think the only model that should be featured in this show is Natalie.


[Door closes]

Roxy: Oh, man, this is so quaint.

Natalie: You know, I wasn't expected anybody. You could have just knocked.

Roxy: Well, Natalie, why don't you lock the door? Anyone could come in here. Oh, this is sweet. This is like "Hansel and Gretel" time. Very nice. Nice. How'd you fall into this?

Natalie: Well, I rented it out for mom and Jessica with leftover trust fund money, and Cristian and I are actually going to be staying in the apartment upstairs.

[Door closes]

Rex: Hey! Cool place.

Natalie: What are you doing here? I mean, how did you know that I'd be -- how do either one of you know that I moved out?

Roxy: Well, I can't speak for him, but, honey, I got my sources.

Rex: I went by your rich grandfather’s. That guy Nigel told me to look for you here. Figured I'd come over and check out the new digs. Heard it's going to be one big happy family -- you and Cristian, Jess, your mom.

Roxy: Sounds cozy. In fact, it sounds a little bit too cozy.

Natalie: Excuse me?

Roxy: Well, Honey, are you a special kind of stupid or something? I mean, you know, you shouldn't be putting Cristian around Jessica. I mean, they had this thing. And you know what they say about your first love.

Natalie: Yeah, look; Cristian and Jessica are so over, okay?

Roxy: Okay, Honey, but, you know, you better face facts, baby cakes. And even though you're Viki and Clint’s real daughter, you don't have the pedigree, the brains that Jessica has.

Natalie: Oh, really? Well, if I'm so second rate, then why did Cristian ask me to marry him?

Roxy: Whoa, what a rock. That even looks real.

Natalie: Of course it's real, Roxy.

Roxy: You know, I must have done something right when you were growing up. I mean, you know, you don't have my mental or my physical atrophies, but you must have done something special to get a stone like that.

Natalie: Yeah, you're absolutely right. I owe it all to you.

Rex: All right, come on, you. Let's go. All done.

Roxy: Hey, I'm just trying to help.

Rex: I know. Thanks. Thanks. You're a saint.

Roxy: I like this quilt. That's cool.

Rex: Yep, it's great. I'll buy you one. Come on.

Roxy: All right, I'm going, I'm going!

Rex: All right -- that stuff --

Roxy: I got a couple of appointments --

Rex: All right, there, Roxy. Okay, bye-bye. Nice seeing you. Take care. Oh, come on, you're going to take that seriously? Ignore her.

Natalie: I do. I mean, sure, I do, I -- she's not so far off, you know? I mean, Jessica -- she does have everything, you know? The way she talks, the way she carries herself. I mean, everybody even knows that. I mean, she does have class.

Rex: You're as classy as they come, Nattie. Besides, you got plenty of things that Jessica doesn't.

Natalie: Like?

Rex: Well, Cristian, for one. And this, for another.

Natalie: What's this?

Rex: Open it.

Natalie: Rex, it's beautiful, but how could you afford something like this?

[Rex laughs]

Rex: You know, someone ought to teach you how to accept a gift.

Natalie: I -- it's just it's got to have cost a fortune and --

Rex: Well, I've been working at The Palace Hotel, remember? Plenty of cash tips, plus overtime. I wanted to do something nice for my sister, so sue me. Okay, fine, so you're not really my sister. But it still feels that way -- to me, anyway.

Natalie: I'm sorry. I still think of you as my little brother, too, and I love it. I really do. Thank you.

Rex: Sure. So, where's the fiancé?

Natalie: Busy. He's -- he's got some organizing to do. He's having some artwork being shown at Lindsay Rappaport's art gallery.

Rex: Wait -- I thought Jen's mom was in the nut house.

Natalie: She is.

Rex: Oh. Well, I guess whoever's running the art place must be pretty hot for him, then, huh? Who's calling the shots?

Natalie: Jessica.

Rex: Really?


Cole: I said to go.

Marcie: No, you didn't.

Cole: "Burger and fries walking." Are you that thick?

Marcie: I'll tell you what -- I'll pack it, and you can walk it right out of here.

Cole: Yeah, you do that.


Cristian: No, look, I have some paintings of Manhattan, some seascapes I like, and a few of Natalie, but that's still not enough to take up the whole space.

Jessica: I'm sorry, Cristian. I just -- I don't feel comfortable with pictures of me on the walls.

Cristian: All right. Well, I guess there's only one thing left to do -- back to the drawing board.


Rae: Joey.

Joey: Rae.

Rae: Hi.

Joey: How are you?

Rae: I am fine, Honey. How are you? Good?

Joey: Good.

Rae: Jen, hi. You know, I haven't had a chance to express my condolences. Sam -- Sam was a wonderful, wonderful man.

Jen: Thank you.

Rae: And then to find out about your mother's involvement -- I mean, that must be so difficult for you.

Jen: I'm dealing.

Rae: Good. That's very good. How -- how about if I join you? Could I?

Joey: Oh, please. Sit.

Rae: Really? Oh, thank you. Thank you.


Max: Uh-oh. Bo dumped you and it's all my fault.

Gabrielle: No, Max, it's not your fault. He doesn't hate me or anything, and -- and he was upset, but he said that he wants us to stay together.

Max: Oh, hey. Well, what'd I say? Honesty is the best policy -- sometimes.

Gabrielle: Yeah. It's just that even though he said all the right things, I still have this feeling that there's -- well, now there's a slight distance between us. I don't even know how to explain it. It's just strange.

Max: You know, Bo’s a very straightforward kind of guy. You know, if he wanted you out, he'd throw you out. So, hey, don't worry about it. The worst is over.


Hank: All right, look; I'll walk through the testimony with the witness. Should be here any minute.

Bo: Okay, great. Thanks.

Hank: Yeah. Any progress on the Laurence investigation?

Bo: Hmm -- no, not enough.

Hank: Okay. Well, look, stick with it, huh? If the Jason’s Landing police hadn't blown the arrest, we'd have Laurence on an attempted murder charge. But at least we've got him for kidnapping Blair. And with any luck, once we get her on the stand, he's as good as gone.

Bo: 10 to 20 -- that's a start.

Hank: Yeah. Listen, did I interrupt something earlier?

Bo: What, between Gabrielle and me? Nah.

Hank: Yeah. Are you two okay?

Bo: Yeah, fine, fine. Better than fine, actually.

Hank: Good. Glad to hear that. See you later.

Bo: Okay.

Hank: All right, bye.


R.J.: Yeah, it's kind of -- well, no. Actually, it's nothing like this place. I mean, it's big, but it's going to have a vibe, you know -- people will really dig being there. So what do you think? Come on.

Flash: R.J., what's this? You get the rights to any original songs that we write?

R.J.: Mm-hmm. As long as you're employed by my club where I pay all the bills and incur all the risks, yes, I think I'm entitled to a little payback.

Flash: Forget it. If they're our songs, they're ours.

R.J.: Okay, look, how long have you been playing here in this garage, huh? I mean, what has it gotten you, hmm? Nothing, right? I mean, well, how is that? You think you're talented, right? Everybody and their mama thinks they're talented. What you need is promotion. You need management. You need an audience. Now, that's what I'm going to provide. Now, say, after I give all of this, you draw some label attention from all the exposure you've gotten from playing in my club. Who's going to take care of me, hmm? What's to stop you from just walking away?

Flash: We wouldn’t. We would never do that.

R.J.: You want me to take your word? No. No. That's not nearly good enough. No, I'm going to be protected -- in writing.

Flash: I'm not signing this.

R.J.: Not --

Flash: No.

R.J.: Fine. That's fine. There are a lot of bands out there. There's a lot of music out there. So when you kids wake up, you know where to find me.

Riley: Are you nuts? He's right! You just blew it, Flash, for all of us.


Rae: You know, Jen, I -- I can't even pretend to know what you're going through right now -- I mean, inside. But I do know one thing -- it really helps to talk about it.

Jen: I don't need therapy.

Joey: Hmm -- it's not therapy.

Rae: No.

Joey: Just lunch.

Rae: Right. No. But you know what -- sometimes just to have someone listen to you, it's a really good thing.

Jen: You set this up. You came here because he called you, right? You know what? Keep the hell away from me. Understood? Stay out of business and stay out of my life.

Joey: Jen, wait.

Jen: What an idiot. I actually thought you cared.

Rae: Joey -- Joey, I'm sorry. I just -- boy, I could have certainly eased into that a little better.

Joey: No, no --

Rae: No, I'm just out of practice, that's all. I -- I can tell you this -- Jen really does need some help.

Joey: Yeah.


Cristian: Where'd you get that?

Natalie: A gift.

Cristian: From who?

Natalie: Oh, you know, some guy I know. What? You think you're the only man in my life?

Cristian: I better be.

Natalie: It's from Rex. He -- he got it for me to congratulate me on our engagement.

Cristian: Well, I thought Rex preferred to take than give.

Natalie: Come on. I mean, he's really not that bad underneath it all. He hasn't had it all that easy, you know? But he's trying. He's got his job at The Palace. He's trying to get his life back on track. Well, I thought it was pretty sweet. I mean, he is my brother in every way that counts.

Cristian: Yeah, and I'm sorry. I know you love him. It's just that it looks pretty expensive. How could he afford that?

Natalie: I don't know. Maybe he put it on a payment plan or something.

Cristian: Hmm.

Natalie: Babe, I know that Rex can be tough to take at times, but -- I don't know -- maybe it's just that I know where it comes from. So, anyway, how'd it go with Jessica?

Cristian: Well, she can be pretty persuasive. I guess I'm doing a one-man show. Funny, though. She doesn't want me to use any of her drawings, the ones I have of her.

Natalie: Are there a lot?

Cristian: Oh, yeah. Tons.


Jessica: Must feel pretty good to be back at work.

Antonio: Oh, well, it's just burglary. It's not exactly high profile.

Jessica: But still, you're back and you have a badge.

Antonio: Yeah, yeah, I guess you're right. It does feel pretty good.

Jessica: I know him.

Antonio: You do? How?

Jessica: I saw him at Angel Square the other night and then a little while ago at the diner. Seems, you know, friendly, nice.

Antonio: No, no. Look, Jessica, you stay away from him, okay? He's definitely not a nice guy.

Jessica: Fine, okay. But, you know, you don't have to worry, because I can walk around this town and do whatever I want because I know this detective.


Bo: Hello. Matthew? Hi. It's Bo. How you doing? Great. Great. I tell you, I was wondering, maybe -- how'd you like to catch a movie with me later on this afternoon? Yeah? All right, good. Yeah, your mom can come, too. That'd be fine.


R.J.: Avery. I made some calls about you.

Cole: Yeah?

R.J.: You did time at Statesville? Did you meet a con named Vega? Antonio Vega?

Cole: I know Vega.

R.J.: Well, now, it sounds like you're a member of his fan club, too.

Cole: He'll get his. So, what's up? You in?

R.J.: Well, now, first things first. See, as far as anyone in this town knows, I'm clean and getting cleaner by the day.

Cole: That works for me.

R.J.: Good, because I intend to keep it that way. So, see, we can nod, say hi, but we're not buddies, partners, friends. Got me?

Cole: Got it.

R.J.: See, I'm expanding that good side -- opening a new club, signing some new acts. But, see, I'm having a little trouble with this one band.

Cole: Anything I can do to help?

R.J.: Well, you know, if little Miss Flash doesn't want to come to terms with me, well, she can just starve.


Flash: R.J. was trying to rip us off!

Riley: Yeah, maybe, but at least we'd have something.

Flash: You do what you want to do, but I'm not signing that.

Riley: Oh, come on, you know we are nothing with-- you know what -- I'm out of here.

Flash: Riley --

[Flash coughs]


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

Nigel: You've given me so much pleasure.

Roxy: What?

Troy: What happened?

Jessica: I don't know.

Joey: I don't know. We just found her like this.

Troy: Okay.

Viki: They're very good sketches. Cristian did a fine job.

Natalie: Cristian did these?

Mitch: And now you're going to tell me all your secrets, old man.

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