OLTL Transcript Monday 4/14/03

One Life to Live Transcript Monday 4/14/03

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

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

Mysterio: A word such as "bourbon" can compel you to fall in love with the first person you see.

Mitch: I have waited so long for this. Ah!

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


Troy: So, what do you say we try the cafeteria? You know, I hear they make a mean Cajun salad.

Blair: Ooh.

Troy: Oh, yeah.

Blair: Cajun? I love Cajun -- real Cajun. Come on, have you heard of the Blue Bayou?

Troy: The Blue Bayou? No, never heard of it. But I'll try anything once.

Blair: Oh, only once?

Troy: What do you say we meet back here, and we'll grab a bite?

Blair: Well, that should be perfect. That should give me enough time to meet with Aunt Dorian.

Troy: You have to meet with Aunt Dorian?

Blair: Yeah. Is that a problem?

Troy: No, no, no, no, it's not a problem. I mean, other than the fact that she's married to Mitch Laurence.

Blair: Yeah, well, that is definitely a problem, but she wants to work things out, and it will give me an opportunity to maybe talk some sense into her. I mean, it's not -- well, she does stupid things like this all the time.

Troy: Yeah.

Blair: It's complicated, okay?

Troy: Sounds it.

Joey: Help! We need a doctor over here!

Troy: Get a stretcher! What happened?

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

Troy: Put her on the stretcher. What's her name?

Joey: Flash.

Troy: Flash. Flash, can you hear me? Flash, open your eyes. Can you hear me?


Asa: Here. Are you sure you want to do this, Viki?

Viki: Yes, Asa, I'm quite sure. Thank you. Believe me, Natalie could not have found us a better home.

Asa: Well, I tell you, I didn't think she had it in her.

Viki: What?

Asa: Well, who would have thought she had one unselfish bone in her whole body?

Viki: Oh, Asa.

Asa: Well, it's her. You think she would give you all this? It's not like her. She is bargain basement, Viki. Who raised her? Roxy Balsom.

Nigel: Amen. Well, I'm simply agreeing with you, Sir. That woman is a horror.


Roxy: Cristian? Hey, Cris-- hey, where's your boyfriend? I got about six more hours left on my 18-hour bra.

Natalie: He's in New York. He had to get some artwork out of storage.

Roxy: He's in New York? I can't have any delays. I've got a grand opening to do. Oh -- I put a help-wanted ad in the paper.

Natalie: Well, is the job still open?

Roxy: You want to work for me? Why?

Natalie: I need the money.


Mitch: Dorian? Where's Mrs. Laurence?

Lois: I believe she went out, Sir.

Mitch: Good.

Lois: Mr. Laurence, is your hand getting worse?

Mitch: It's fine.

Lois: It seems swollen.

Lois: Yes, Sir.


Lois: Oh, Mrs. Laurence, I didn't know you were home. I just told Mr. Laurence you'd gone out.

Dorian: Was he looking for me?

Lois: Well, actually, no. I believe he wanted to be alone.

Dorian: Oh.


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

Mitch: Perfect.

Mitch: Ah! Damn it.


Dorian: Yes, I quite understand. The best time to visit my sister Addie is during regular visiting hours. Oh, thanks so much for your help. Bye.


Jessica: You never told me you were psychic.

Joey: What?

Jessica: All of a sudden, you wanted to stop by the garage, and she was there --

Joey: I just hope we got there in time.

Nurse: Excuse me. Sir, that young girl you brought in -- does she have health insurance?

Joey: It's fine. I'll cover it.

Nurse: Is she on your policy?

Joey: No, but you know what? We could have the church fund pay for it. My name is Buchanan -- Joe Buchanan.

Nurse: It doesn't matter who you are. The hospital policy says --

Jessica: Excuse me. Have you ever heard of the Buchanan wing before?

Nurse: Oh. I'm so sorry.

Joey: Here, let me just give you my address, and you can just send the bills to me, okay?

Flash: What's going on?

Troy: Just take it easy.

Flash: What's going on?

Troy: Take it easy. You're okay. You're in a hospital. My name is Dr. MacIver. Your friends brought you in here unconscious. Do you know what happened?

Flash: No, no. Uh-uh.

Troy: Flash, I need you to be honest with me. Were you using any drugs or alcohol?

Flash: Cough syrup.

Troy: Cough syrup?

Flash: Yeah. Yeah. I have a cold. How did I get here?

Troy: Your friend Joey Buchanan brought you in. Why don't you do me a favor -- take a deep breath for me and just hold it. Okay. Nurse, come here a second. Here, try to drink this. Relax. Try drinking this. There you go. Wow, that's a bad cough you got there. How long have you been coughing like that?

Flash: I told you, I have a cold.

Troy: Were you coughing like that when you lost consciousness?

Flash: Yeah, I think so.

Troy: Excuse me for one second.

Flash: Hey, you guys, what's going on over there? In movies, when people whisper like that, the patient's a goner.

Troy: No, it's just I didn't want to catch your bad cold. Look, I think we're going to take a couple x-rays and run a few more tests, all right?


Viki: Asa, thank you. You really didn't have to do this.

Asa: Little housewarming gift. No house is a home unless there's a bottle of good old Kentucky bourbon in it.

[Tango music plays]

Nigel: Mrs. Davidson, would you mind if I use your phone?

Viki: Of course not.

[Phone rings]

Roxy: Okay. Hello, Foxy Roxy’s.

Nigel: How is the loveliest woman in the world?

Roxy: Who is this? You know what we do to phone freaks?

Nigel: Don't be alarmed, fair lady. It is I, Nigel.

Roxy: What's with this "Fair lady" stuff? What are you talking about?

Nigel: Miss Natalie, of course.

Roxy: Oh, you called to speak to Miss Natalie?

Nigel: No.

Roxy: Yes, she's right here. She just signed up to be my first employee.

Nigel: Oh, she did?

Roxy: Yeah, so why don't you tell your boss that she's on his payroll.

Nigel: I'll inform Mr. Buchanan, but I must see you at once.

Roxy: For what?

Nigel: A matter of utmost importance.

Roxy: Yeah, well, okay. Yeah, come on over. It's a free country.

Nigel: Oh, Ms. Balsom asked me to inform you that Miss Natalie will be working at the Hair Haven.

Viki: The what?

Asa: Roxy's beauty parlor. I paid for it.

Nigel: A very sound investment.

Viki: Oh. Well, if my daughter's going to be working there, maybe I should see it. Where is it?

Nigel: Oh, I've got to go there anyway, and I'd be happy to take you. What if I take you right now?


Dorian: Oh, Darling.

Mitch: Dorian, Lois told me that you had gone out.

Dorian: Oh, yes, but I -- I couldn't leave without saying goodbye to my darling husband.

Mitch: Well, when can I expect you back?

Dorian: Oh, not for at least two hours.

Mitch: Well, I'll be missing you every minute.

Dorian: A bientot.

Mitch: Oh, not again.


Dorian: Where the heck did he go? 

Dorian: There's no other way out. Where did Mitch go?


Mitch: Damn it! Nothing works.


Troy: I'll be back. I just want to order the rest of your tests. Try and relax, okay?

Joey: Doc, how is she?

Troy: She's doing better. She regained consciousness right away. All her vital signs are great. Although, she still has that bad cough.

Joey: Yeah. Yeah, she's had that for a while.

Jessica: Do you know what's wrong with her?

Troy: No, not yet. We're going to run some tests. That should give us an idea. I'll let you guys know as soon as I know anything.

Joey: Thanks. Come on; let's go to the cafeteria.


Roxy: What's an opening without leopard-printed balloons?

Natalie: Leopard-printed balloons? Mom.

Viki: Hi.

Natalie: Hi. What are you doing here?

Viki: Well, I -- I heard you're going to be working in this place.

Natalie: Yeah. Yeah, I am.

Viki: Roxanne, hello.

Roxy: Hey, Vik, what do you think?

Viki: It's indescribable.

Roxy: That's good. Indescribable. I think the ads should say "Foxy Roxy’s is indescribable."

Viki: Could I talk to you for a second, sweetheart, please?

Natalie: Sure.

Viki: Natalie, honey, are you sure you want to do this?

Natalie: Yeah. I mean, I need the job.

Viki: I know, Darling, but maybe you should not have spent the rest of your trust fund on the cottage. You know, you and Cristian can just stay where you are, and Jessie and I will move back in with Asa.

Natalie: No. No, no, no. This is way too important to me. I want us to all live together. Please.

Nigel: Roxanne --

Roxy: Shh.

Nigel: But --

Roxy: She's talking about me. So, Vik, you want to be my first customer?

Viki: Oh, no, thanks. I didn't come here to get my hair done, no.

Roxy: Good, because we're not officially open yet.

Viki: Right. No, actually, I came here because if Natalie is going to be working for you, I want to make sure that you're treating her right.

Roxy: Well, why wouldn't I?

Viki: Because you didn't for the first 17 years of her life.

Roxy: Oh, you know, I admit I wasn't the greatest mother in the world, but, you know, I gave it a shot. And look -- she's here. She survived. That was a lot of pizza and a lot of doughnuts.

Viki: All right, let me be very clear about this. If she's going to work for you and if I find out that you are mistreating her or in any way making her unhappy, you're going to answer to me.

Nigel: Oh, Mrs. Davidson, Ms. Balsom would never mistreat anyone who worked for her. No, she and her employees are partners in a single goal -- to assist the women of Llanview in reaching a standard of beauty that so far only Ms. Balsom has been able to achieve.

Roxy: Huh?

Viki: Nigel?

Roxy: Are you trying to trick me? Because April Fool's Day was more than a week ago.

Nigel: Why on earth would I play a trick on you?

Natalie: Ahem.

Roxy: What?

Natalie: Now, the other day, you said that you were in love.

Roxy: I did? When?

Natalie: Is it Nigel?

Roxy: Nigel?

Natalie: You heard me.

Roxy: No way.

Nigel: Yes way.


Mitch: Lois!

Lois: Yes, Mr. Laurence?

Mitch: Did you touch my papers?

Lois: Only when I dusted, that's all.

Mitch: What did you do with the receipt?

Lois: Sir?

Mitch: There was a receipt here, and now it's gone.

Lois: I didn't touch it. I didn't move anything.

Mitch: Did you look at it?

Lois: No, I just dusted.

Mitch: Lois, are you absolutely sure?

Lois: Yes. I wouldn't dream of it.

Mitch: But, Lois, you told me before that my wife was gone, and yet she was still here.

Lois: I'm really sorry, Mr. Laurence. I thought she had gone out, but she is gone now. Really.

Mitch: Really really? Do you know where she went?

Lois: I heard her tell the driver to take her to Capricorn


Dorian: So I must have pressed the right part of the panel because it opened. I went down a flight of stairs and found myself in a small room.

Blair: How small?

Dorian: Small. I touched the walls on the left and the right, and they were metal, maybe lead. Cold.

Blair: Hmm. Was it, like, a fallout shelter or something?

Dorian: The point is Mitch was nowhere to be found. I mean, he must have gone underground to a lower level. Certainly, there was no way I could follow him.

Blair: Hmm. Well, I don't know, maybe you missed a door, or maybe you weren't concentrating. You know how claustrophobic you are.

Dorian: Well, possibly.

Blair: But you still didn't find out what he was doing down there?

Dorian: No. I heard him through one of the walls. So I got out of there.

Blair: Could this possibly have been the same room, you know, a couple of years ago where Viki kind of flipped out and held you hostage?

Dorian: No, that's way on the other side of the house, and I think it's been sealed up for years.

Blair: Anyway, what else?

Dorian: Okay, wait. I was looking through Mitch's papers earlier.

Blair: What?

Dorian: I found this. It starts to make a little sense.

Blair: For a jackhammer?

Dorian: Exactly. Don't you see?

Blair: No.

Dorian: I think he is digging for something down there.

Blair: Digging for what?

Dorian: I don't know. And it's not like him to be so secretive.

Blair: Oh, come on, Dorian, he's always secretive.

Dorian: Not with me.

Blair: Oh.

Dorian: Remember, he thinks that I'm his ally. He can't be all bad, Honey. Rants and raves all the time about how much he hates Viki, how he wants to ruin her life.

Blair: Yeah, he rants and raves, but he doesn't mention to his dear wife what he is digging for down in the basement.

Dorian: Maybe it's something Victor told him about, something that Victor hid down there.

Blair: Dorian, maybe he's digging a grave.

Dorian: A grave?

Blair: Not for you. Maybe he has Todd’s body down there.

Blair: Mitch just walked in.

Dorian: Get to Llanfair.

Blair: You know what, Dorian? Nothing is going to make up for the fact that you married Mitch Laurence.

Dorian: Blair, you better face it -- I love Mitch very much, and nothing you can do or say will ever --

Mitch: Hello, ladies.

Dorian: Hello, Darling.

Mitch: Sweetheart, you didn't tell me you were meeting the lovely Blair.

Dorian: I am trying to convince her that you are not the ogre that she claims you are.

Blair: He kidnapped me, Dorian. What a waste of time it was to meet here with you.

Dorian: Well, I tried.

Mitch: And I am proud of you. Oh, look at me. I'm all a mess. Oh, I didn't tell you, did I? We've had some problems at the house.

Dorian: What kind of problems?

Mitch: Well, I'm afraid that Viki let some things go and there's a bit of a structural problem with the foundation.

Dorian: That sounds serious.

Mitch: It is. I've had to hire some contractors. I hope the drilling hasn't bothered you any.

Dorian: No, not at all. But it's so sweet of you to be concerned.

Mitch: Well, I really should be getting back there to check on their progress, so --

Dorian: Oh, please don’t. I've barely seen you all day.

Mitch: Ah.

Dorian: Oh. I'm so sorry. Speaking of which, let me have a look. Come on, now. That looks much worse.

Mitch: No, no, it's fine, Darling.

Dorian: It is not. You listen to me. I used to be a doctor. I'm telling you, we better get you straight to a hospital. Come on.


[Knock on door]

Joey: Flash? How you -- Flash? She's gone.

Jessica: What?

Joey: I don't know. Where would she have gone to?

Jessica: Maybe they were doing some tests.

Joey: Yeah, maybe.

Jessica: I'm going to go and check, okay?

Joey: Okay, thanks. I'll ask around.


[Flash coughs]

Flash: Is it love that keeps me


Flash: It leads me


Viki: Wait; just hear me out, okay? Look, you were so, so generous to rent us this cottage. But we can move, all right? You know, you don't have to work for Roxy.

Natalie: I know. I want to, I told you.

Viki: Well, I know you did, Darling, but I'd rather you worked somewhere else. Maybe I can get you a job at "The Banner."

Natalie: Mitch probably isn't going to let you hire me.

Viki: No, and I don't really want you anywhere near him, anyway.

Natalie: You are.

Viki: Yeah, don't worry about me.

Natalie: What's it like? Is it okay?

Viki: I haven't actually gone back yet. I've been postponing it until after the move because, frankly, I'm dreading it.

Natalie: Well, I have an idea, then. You go work at Foxy Roxy’s, and I'll take over "The Banner." Can you see Mitch's face then?

Viki: I'll be fine. Honey, when all is said and done, it is still my family's newspaper, and of all my father's legacies, it's actually the only one of which I'm proud.

Natalie: Wow.

Viki: What? Oh, oh.

Natalie: Wow, Jessica's beautiful.

Viki: Yeah, they're very good sketches. Cristian did a fine job.

Natalie: Cristian did these?

Viki: Mm-hmm.

Natalie: Right.


Roxy: Listen, you little worm, enough is enough.

Nigel: Huh?

Roxy: You were spying on me.

Nigel: What?

Roxy: You were spying on me for Asa, making sure I don't waste his money. Well, you tell the big guy to come here himself.

Nigel: No, no, dear Roxanne, on the contrary. I was keeping an eye on you because you give me so much pleasure.

Roxy: What?

Nigel: And I have to tell you, all this playing hard to get -- it may not be your usual modus operandi, but it's working.

Roxy: What the hell are you talking about?

Nigel: Well, I was simply saying --

Roxy: Well, stop it! Shut up! What's wrong with you? Just snap out of it.

Nigel: What -- what came over me?

Roxy: That's what I'd like to know.

Nigel: No, no, you don't understand. I was just talking to Mr. Buchanan and Mrs. Davidson --

Roxy: About what?

Nigel: About you. You know, about how horrible you are.

Roxy: Hey. Hey, hey, hey.

Nigel: Then Mr. Buchanan gave Mrs. Davidson a bottle of bourbon.

[Tango music plays]


Flash: Hey, Rev.

Joey: Well, thank God. What are you doing here? Why did you leave the hospital?

Flash: I -- I need to pick up my wallet.

Joey: Your wallet?

Flash: Yeah. I need some I.D., you know? Haven't you ever been to a hospital?

[Phone rings]

Troy: Dr. MacIver.

Joey: Hi, Doc. It's Joe Buchanan. I found Flash.

Troy: Great. What happened?

Flash: Hey, hey, can I talk to him and apologize for what happened?

Joey: Yeah, hold on. Hey, Flash wants to talk to you real quick.

Flash: Hey, Doc. Sorry that I took off on you like that.

Troy: It's not a problem, Flash, but, you know, we really have to find out what's wrong with you.

Flash: I know.

Troy: I've got all those tests set up, so you're going to come back in today, right?

Flash: Yeah, sure. No problem.

Troy: Okay. I'll see you then. Hey, Rita, can you do me a favor? That young lady that was here earlier -- she's on her way back in. Can you take her to get those tests as soon as she gets here?

Rita: Sure.

Troy: Thank you.

Dorian: Oh, Dr. MacIver? Excuse me. My husband needs someone to look at his hand.

Troy: Your husband.

Dorian: Is there a problem?

Troy: No, there's not a problem. Why don't you bring him in here.


Flash: So -- you know why I passed out? Great, great. Sure. Totally. I'll come back this week. Great. Thanks.

Joey: So, what did he say?

Flash: Just that I have some low blood sugar and I need to start eating better and stuff. It's nothing to worry about.


Troy: We gave him a broad-spectrum antibiotic with a loading dose I.V. Your husband should see dramatic relief within 24 hours.

Dorian: What if it's a bone splinter?

Troy: It's not.

Dorian: I think perhaps you better take some more x-rays.

Troy: Mr. Laurence, you can come back in a couple days, and someone will check on how your hand's healing. But for now, you can go home.

Dorian: Dr. MacIver, I don't think you're aware that I used to be a physician, and in my opinion, my husband's hand needs a C.T.

Troy: Well, then you're welcome to see another physician if you'd like.

Mitch: Thank you, doctor. That won't be necessary.


Viki: Sweetie, I know that Jessica is always going to be a sensitive subject for you.

Natalie: No. No, no, I mean, it's just great having her for a sister, really. I mean, you know, everybody loves her. And who wouldn't? I mean, she's drop-dead gorgeous. She's got a ton of class.

Viki: Natalie --

Natalie: And, you know, really, it's good. I like having her for a sister. Really. I do. Okay, I mean, sometimes I get a little jealous.

Viki: All right, let's talk about that. Why?

Natalie: I really don't want to talk about it.

Viki: Why not?

Natalie: Because it just makes me sound like a whiny little wannabe who's always feeling sorry for herself. And you know what? I'm not like that.

Viki: No, of course you're not. But if there's something specific that's bothering you, maybe we can get rid of it.

Natalie: Okay. Well, Carlotta thinks that Jess is the only one for Cris.

Viki: Oh, boy.

Natalie: I mean, she adores her. It's always Jessica this, Jessica that. I mean, I'm like the thing that comes in on the bottom of Cristian's shoe.

Viki: Oh, Honey.

Natalie: Look, see? I'm whining.

Viki: No, you're not whining. Let me tell you something about Carlotta. She's a very good woman, but she has an awful lot of trouble letting go.

Natalie: Yeah. Well, she never misses the second to tell me how Jessica was Cristian's first love. I mean, who could measure up?

Viki: Okay, okay. All right, that's Carlotta, right? Does Cristian ever say that?

Natalie: No.

Viki: No, of course he doesn't because Cristian loves you, not Jessica. Sit down. Look, what Cristian and Jessica had is now long ago. And it was only a teenage infatuation, Honey. They are well past it, and you have to get past it. I know that it's hard, but you have to. Because Cristian's always going to be around Jessie and Carlotta is always going to be Carlotta. Darling, you have to stop comparing yourself to other people and just be very happy and enjoy being who you are.

Natalie: So suck it up and have a little faith, huh?

Viki: I know you grew up without any love. Maybe that's why you have such a hard time trusting in it. But you have to believe me when I tell you that there are people out here in this world who really, really love you. Cristian is one of them. I'm one. And that love is very deep and very sincere and abiding.

Natalie: You don't have to say all of this.

Viki: I know I don't have to say it. I'm saying it because it's the truth.

Natalie: Well, you know what? Honestly, I shouldn't even be coming to you with this. I mean, really, you've got so much going on, and Mitch taking away everything -- Llanfair, "The Banner" -- I mean, come on, Mom.

Viki: Okay, listen to me. Listen to me. There is nothing -- nothing in this world, no thing, no possession, no house, no amount of money -- that is more important to me than my children's happiness. Nothing.


Jessica: Oh, Dr. MacIver, I've looked everywhere for Flash. I don't know where she is.

Troy: Oh, no, no, your brother found her. She went home. Yeah, but she should be coming back here soon.

Jessica: Great. Okay, thanks for your help.

Dorian: Well, hello, Jessica.

Jessica: Hello.

Mitch: Jessica, so nice to see you.

Jessica: Hello.

Mitch: A delivery came to the house the other day. I believe it was a part for your mustang.

Jessica: I forgot I ordered that. They said it was going to take 10 weeks to get there. Well, it's your car now anyway, along with everything else you stole from us.

Mitch: No, no, it's your car. Come by and get it anytime you want.

Jessica: I don't want anything from you.

Mitch: But it belongs to you. I want you to have it.

Jessica: I don't want anything from you.

Mitch: Fine. I'll sell it for scrap.

Jessica: No, my father gave that car to me. Don't -- don't do that.

Mitch: Well, it's up to you. Come by anytime. It'll be there.


Dorian: Damn, voicemail. Blair, listen to me. It's Dorian. You have got to get out of there and now.


Joey: Come on.

Flash: Where?

Joey: Where do you think? Getting you something to eat.

Flash: No, no, I've got some music to work on.

Joey: Come on, you have to eat. Dr. MacIver said so.

Flash: I know, Rev. I'm -- I'm going to eat. See? Eating.

Joey: I'm serious.

Flash: You think that I want to pass out again?

Joey: Well, I certainly hope not. Because if you do, R.J. probably isn't going to pay you.

Flash: Even if I am conscious, he won’t. I'm not going to sing at his club.

Joey: Flash, why not?

Flash: He wanted me to sign some contracts, wanted the rights to all my songs. Those are all that I have.

Joey: He wanted the rights to your songs?

Flash: Yeah, and no way -- no way. He's never going to get those.

Joey: Listen, calm down. I'll go talk to him.

Flash: It's no use. He's just a greedy jerk.

Joey: Hey, it's worth a shot.

Flash: Don't you need to go save the world?

Joey: Right, right. You know what? I am late. I'm going to come check on you later.


[Door closes]

Asa: Roxy!

Nigel: We were just-

Roxy: He was just smelling my hair.

Nigel: Yes, exactly. What?

Roxy: Yeah, we were testing my new conditioner.

Nigel: Oh, right. Of course. Ooh, it's lovely.

Asa: What in the hell are you still doing here? You were supposed to take Viki home.

Nigel: Mrs. Davidson left with her daughter, and I remained behind to check on Ms. Balsom's progress on the Hair Haven. It's coming along nicely. Don't you agree? The mural is magnificent, even only partially finished.

Asa: Well, I'll tell you both one thing. This had better be done by the time I get back.

Nigel: Oh, I'm sure it will -- back from where?

Asa: I have some business in Tokyo. We'll be gone for two weeks.

Nigel: No, I can’t.

Asa: Did I say I was asking? Now, get going. Start packing.

Nigel and Roxy: Two weeks?

Roxy: I can't live without you for two weeks.

Nigel: Oh, neither can I. But don't fret. I won't let anything separate us. Not even Mr. Buchanan.


Dorian: I just don't understand why we had to come straight home, lovely as it is, when, you know, I would have liked to have stayed at Capricorn and have lunch with my husband.

Mitch: Didn't you just have lunch with Blair?

Dorian: Oh, no. As soon as she got there, she was going at me about how horrible you are, and I wasn't going to put up with it. Besides which, this isn't about the food, this is about flaunting our happiness in front of all of Llanview.

Mitch: Well, another time, I promise. But I really should check on the problem with the foundation, Darling.

Dorian: Of course. 


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

Nora: I am so sorry that Sam kept the truth from you about Matthew.

Al: Do you have any or not?

Brad: Do you got any money?

Troy: Lindsay, do you know who I am?

Mitch: What are these doing here?

Blair: Todd -- no.

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