OLTL Transcript Tuesday 6/3/03

One Life to Live Transcript Tuesday 6/3/03

By Eric
Proofread by Boo

 Previously on "One Life to Live" --

Al: The drugs they found were not mine.

Max: You have any idea who did this?

Al: Bradley White.

Keri: I've even started thinking that maybe I should try to talk to Antonio.

Natalie: You really think that Antonio is ready to move on?

Walker: Mitch won't stop until he's destroyed these women he thinks betrayed him.

Bo: One of them is Lindsay and there's Dorian, Blair --

Walker: And Jessica.

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Marcie: D.A. Buchanan?

Nora: Hi, Marcie. You're working late.

Marcie: Al's innocent.

Nora: What?

Marcie: The drugs that they found in his dorm room aren't his. They were planted.

Nora: Ok. Well, I'm sure that'll all come out.

Marcie: No, no, no. He's being framed!

Nora: Has -- has Al hired representation?

Marcie: I don't know, but it doesn't matter. He's being framed.

Nora: Ok, he's out on bail. If he's innocent, his lawyer will prove that.

Marcie: How can they prove that the drugs aren't his?

Nora: Well, that's the beauty of the American justice system. It has its ways, Marcie.

Marcie: But not if everyone's against him. You know, everyone thinks that he's guilty, and it's just because president Sumner needs a scapegoat and now Al's life is going to be ruined. You've got to do something.

Bo: Marcie. Your job here is to assist the department, not to pester Ms. Buchanan.

Marcie: Oh, but Al's getting blamed for something that he didn't do.

Bo: You're a very loyal friend on your time. On our time, you have to be an impartial employee.

Marcie: Yes, sir.

Nora: Bye, Marcie.

Marcie: Bye. Even if I know who the dealer really is?


Brad: Hey, man. Can I get a beer when you get a chance?

Bartender: I.D.?

Brad: Ok. Thanks. Oh, man. This town is dead tonight.

Man: Got any speed?

Brad: You mean, do I want to get arrested?

Man: Look, they already got Al Holden. Ok, the heat is off. Hey, you're not really going out of business, are you?

Brad: No. This will all blow over in a couple weeks. Then we can do whatever we want.


R.J.: Hey. Just a quick call to let you know you'll be getting a package in a few days.

Keri: R.J., you have to stop. You're spoiling me.

R.J.: Well, now, see, it's not for you. It's for Jamie.

Keri: Well, you're spoiling her, too.

R.J.: Well, I couldn't help it. I went downtown to pick up some tailoring, and next thing I know, I'm standing in Logan's baby department.

Keri: Completely by accident, I'm sure.

R.J.: Look, the things are going to be delivered to my apartment, and then I will ship them right out to you.

Keri: R.J., you really don't have to keep doing this.

R.J.: Look, don't worry about it. Actually, I received a gift myself.

Keri: Really? What kind of gift?

R.J.: Well, it's -- it's a painting. It's a cityscape. Look, I can't talk now, ok? Bye. What is this supposed to be?

Antonio: Keri left a few things at my apartment, and I thought you might want to look through them.

R.J.: Wow. My daughter has been dead three months, and you still remember her name.

Antonio: I loved Keri, R.J. and Liz's baby was my baby, too.


[Vacuum cleaner runs]

[Vacuum cleaner turns off]

Lois: Oh, Mrs. Davidson, I'll do all the cleaning. It's easy now that you have weekly service.

Viki: Lois, as grateful as I am to you for coming back so quickly, this is something I really want to do.

Lois: You should just enjoy being back home.

Viki: I am enjoying getting rid of every trace of Mitch and Dorian Lawrence.

Lois: How are your children? I bet they're so glad this nightmare is over.

Viki: Yeah, they sure are. Natalie's working late at Roxy's, but I think Joey and Jessica are on their way over here. They should be here soon. I think they said they were going to stop at the gallery to pick something up.


Joey: Why do we have to do this tonight? Why can't we do it, like, tomorrow -- you know, during business hours?

Jessica: Come on, Joey, it's mom's crystal --


[Lindsay screams]

Lindsay: No, Jen!


Joey: Jen? Jen! Jen! Jen?


Bo: I'm sorry about Marcie. She's still learning the ropes.

Nora: Oh, don't apologize. You're lucky to have someone -- an employee who's so passionate about what she does. You know, I'm just sorry that the evidence against Al is so damning.

Bo: Yeah. What can I do for you?

Nora: Um -- this is Matthew's guardianship papers that I told you about.

Bo: Uh, right.

Nora: You know what, Bo? We don't have to do this now if you don't want to. That's ok.

Bo: No, no, no, I want to do it. I think it's real important. I just -- I hope to God we never have to use these things.

Nora: Oh, well, yeah, I'm kind of hoping I'm sticking around for a few more years, too.

Bo: Marcie, could you step in here for a minute?

Marcie: I'm sorry about before.

Bo: No, no, no, no, it's not about that. I just want you to witness our signatures.

Marcie: Official business? Oh, sure, I can help with that. So, what is it? is it a summons? Or a brief? No -- a subpoena?

Nora: If you could do that with Matthew, you'd be, like, my hero.

Bo: Oh,  no, no. With Matthew, I use bribery.

Nora: Yes, I noticed. I'm still trying to get the chips out of the carpet. He had a great time last night, Bo.

Bo: Not as good a time as I had.

[Phone rings]

Bo: Buchanan.

Marcie: There's a nun on the phone from St. Ann's who says it's about Lindsay Rappaport.

Bo: All right, thanks. This is Commissioner Buchanan.

Nun: This is sister Ruth. Something very disturbing happened to Lindsay Rappap--

Lindsay: Mitch killed Jen! He killed her! He killed her!


Antonio: I've never forgotten Keri, or the baby, or even Liz. Not a day goes by that -- that I don't think about them. But I'm trying to move on. I will always have my memories, and there is nothing -- nothing you say or do that could take them away from me.

R.J.: Well, that's all very nice, but the point here is that it's because of you that they are gone.

Antonio: If you want to feel that way, R.J., fine.

R.J.: I do.

Antonio: I just thought some of those things -- I just thought you might want them.

R.J.: Ok. is there anything else?

Antonio: What are you doing with this?

R.J.: It's mine. You'll forgive me if I don't ask for your critique and what would you know about art, anyway? You think your brother is a genius.

Antonio: You're right. you're right, I do, and why not? He painted this painting.

Evangeline: Do you still like it? Because I can always take it back.


Joey: Jen! Jen!

Jen: Joe?

Joey: Oh, thank God.

Jen: Oh --

Rex: Hey, great opening, Jess.

Joey: What the hell did you do to Jen?

Rex: Oh, hey, what did I do to Jen? Man, what did she do to me? I couldn't keep w with her. Sure had a good time trying, though.

Joey: What is she doing in here on the floor?

Rex: Damned if I know. She must have -- well, she said she was going to come in here and look for something. I guess she went back to sleep.

Joey: And you didn't think maybe you should come in here and check on her?

Jen: Joey --

Rex: Hey! what do you think I'm doing now?

Jen: What are you doing here?

Joey: Are you ok, Jen?

Jen: Yeah, I guess so. Yeah, I'm fine. Rex and I just kind of got in a little bit late.

Joey: Yeah, I can see that.

Rex: Listen, I'm really sorry I missed your opening, Jess. It's just I had to work. I figured you'd understand.

Jessica: Oh, come on. do you really expect me to believe that?

Rex: No, but I'm serious. I really had to work.

Jessica: Mm-hmm.

Rex: R.J.'S a real slave driver. You know, but I'm here now. I like -- I like this one here. Yeah. Yeah, and this one -- this one's cool. I like this one, huh?

Jen: I can do that. I wouldn't want you to get contaminated.

Joey: Jen, come on.

Jen: I'm going to go get dressed.

Joey: It's --

Jen: And then we can have some fun.

Rex: Hey, my shirt!

Joey: Wait, Jen --

Jessica: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Where are you going?

Joey: Well, do you really think it's a good idea for her to be --

Jessica: Joey! You just got into a whole bunch of trouble because of all her lies. If she hadn't retracted her statement, then --

Joey: But she did.

Jessica: Well, what's to stop her from doing it again?

Joey: She won't.

Jessica: Listen, listen, listen -- they're both adults. Why don't you just let them handle their own business, ok?


Man: Next time I bring my own cards.

Brad: Yeah, bring them. Bring them.


Rex: [Imitates Joey] Jen? Jen? Speak to me, Jen. Are you all right?

Jen: When is his holiness going to realize that he doesn't need to keep rescuing me?

Rex: [Normal voice] How else is he going to get his angel wings?

Jen: He needs to find somebody that he can really save.

Rex: He probably doesn't even care. In fact, I bet that the only reason he became a priest is because he's, like, gay and he's too scared to come out of the closet. And that is just so 1950s.

Jen: Joe is not gay.

Rex: Is there something you're not telling me?

Jen: No, no, I'm just saying that he's not gay. I mean, he's -- he's dating that girl Flash, isn't he? I mean, what kind of name is "Flash," anyway? She should be walking around in tights and a cape.

Rex: Yeah, that'd be hot. Well, you know, not as hot as you, though.

Jen: My drink's flat.


Evangeline: If I had known the Vegas were such a thorn in your side, I never would've given you this painting.

R.J.: Antonio Vega is the reason I lost my daughter.

Evangeline: I'm so sorry. I had no idea. I -- I only know about the plane crash.

R.J.: Look, I -- I really don't want to talk about it. Maybe some other time, but not now.

Evangeline: I can always take it back.

R.J.: Well, see, that's the problem. I really do like it. Can you excuse me a minute? I'll be right back. Hey, hey! Are you trying to get me shut down?

Rex: I work here!

R.J.: No, no, no, you do not drink here, little boy, and neither do your underage friends.

Rex: She's got I.D.

R.J.: I -- look, get the hell out of here, both of you.

[Brad laughs]

Brad: Bye, kids.

Man: Hey, have a good one.


Hank: Marcie, is the commissioner in his office?

Marcie: Went out.

Hank: Thanks.

Marcie: Al Holden was framed for that drug bust on campus. Won't say any more, but I just wanted to let you know that Al is innocent and that I'm going to prove it.

Hank: Marcie, you work for the police department now. The police -- they make arrests when crimes have been committed. They do not determine who's guilty or innocent.

Marcie: You wouldn't put an innocent person in jail, would you?

Hank: No, I would not. Would you excuse me for a moment? thank you.

Rae: Hi

Hank: Hey, Rae. Thanks for coming in.

Rae: Well, coming in wasn't the problem. It was trying to find you that was a little hard. I went to your office, I went to the courthouse, and -- well, look, here you are.

Hank: Yeah, here I am.

Rae: Here you are.

Hank: Listen, why don't we talk in Bo's office.

Rae: Ok.

Hank: Come on. Here we go.

Rae: Thank you. Ahem. So, why did you call me?

Hank: Well, first of all, I want to congratulate you on getting your license.

Rae: Oh --

Hank: I know how much that means to you.

Rae: Thank you. it does mean a lot to me. It's sort of like I'm redeemed in some way. And you had a part in that, you know.

Hank: I did?

Rae: Yes. You're always straight with me, Hank. You always let me know how far I had gone and, well, what I could become.

Hank: Well, then let's see if we can't bump that up a notch, huh? Come here, have a seat. I want to talk to you.

Rae: Ok. Thank you.

Hank: Look, you know from time to time members in this department need counseling.

Rae: Well, yes, a cop's job is very, very hard.

Hank: And the therapist who we had on staff here, he just announced his retirement. So I thought of you.

Rae: Oh. I'm -- I'm flattered, thank you. No really. Thank you. I accept. Ahem. Yes, thank you.

Hank: Well, great. I'm glad to hear it. Although, I don't think anyone needs counseling right now.

Rae: Except you.

Hank: I beg your pardon?

Rae: Oh, my God. I can't believe that came out of my mouth.


Jessica: You've been quiet.

Joey: I'm worried about Jen.

Jessica: Really? After all that she's done to you, Joey? You're really a saint.

Joey: I am not a saint. Far from it.

Jessica: She's lied about you, and she almost got you out of the priesthood.

Joey: She's just going through a tough time right now.

Jessica: Really? Are you sure? Because, Joey, you know, some people aren't troubled -- they are trouble. Jen was little miss sweetie pie until things didn't go her way. And then when Cristian started breaking up with her, the real Jen Rappaport came out and it wasn't pretty.

Joey: Well, what am I supposed to do? Try to save you?

Jessica: No, I don't need saving.

Joey: Yeah, right. You're doing a great job.

Jessica: I didn't say that, either.

Joey: Look, I didn't become a priest so I could preach to the converted. You know, I want to help people who have lost their faith, or people who don't always do the right thing, or people who don't even know the right thing to do.

Jessica: Joey, I know. and you can do that, too, but Jen is just one person and she's bad news.

Joey: But Jen -- I just -- I feel --

Jessica: What? What do you feel?

Joey: Sorry for her, I guess.

Jessica: Yeah, I do, too, sometimes.

Joey: Well, you're the one that's a saint.

Viki: Oh, goody! you're both here.

Joey: Those clothes mean only one thing.

Viki: Aha! I see you! Lois and I are cleaning, and we need help.

Joey: Ugh.

Jessica: Ok, anything to make this place home again.

Viki: Thank you, darling.

[Doorbell rings]

Jessica: Oh, I'll get it.

Viki: Thanks.

Jessica: Hey.

Antonio: Hey. I just stopped by to make sure everything was ok.

Jessica: Yeah. Actually, it's great. It's really good to be home again.

Antonio: I bet.

Jessica: There are guards outside. It's actually quite safe here.

Antonio: Ok. Good, then I guess I'll be going.

Jessica: No, Antonio, wait. You can come in and hang out for a while if you want. I mean, you're already here.


Lindsay: Mitch killed Jen!

Bo: Lindsay, tell me what happened.

Lindsay: He killed Jen!

Nora: It's all right.

Bo: How long were you out of the room?

Lindsay: He hurt my little girl!

Nora: No, no, everything's fine -- she's fine. Jen is fine.

Bo: Listen, did you touch the doll?

Lindsay: It's my fault! It's my fault! It's my fault what he did to her! It's my fault!

Bo: Lindsay, we don't know that he's done anything to her.

Sister Ruth: I can't believe that this happened on top of everything else. This is supposed to be a sanctuary.

Lindsay: He killed her! I know he did!

Nora: Lindsay, you got to calm down now. Everything is fine. We'll get Jen and we'll bring her to you. You'll see she's fine.

Lindsay: She's not fine. She's never going to be fine!

Bo: I think you better get a doctor and give her something to settle her down.

Nora: Calm down, ok?

Lindsay: Oh, God.

Nora: It's ok, it's ok. It's going to be ok. We're going to find Jen and we'll bring her to you, and you'll see. She'll be fine. She'll be fine, and everything will be all right.


Jen: Look at this. What do you think?

Rex: I think you're drunk. What are we doing here, anyway?

Jen: What else are we going to do? This town is totally dead.

Rex: Uh, don't say "dead," ok?

Jen: Why? You scared? Whoo!

Rex: No, it's just I have better things to do with my time than hang around some creepy old theater.

Jen: Like what? come on, I thought you wanted to go someplace to drink.

Rex: Ah! you said the magic word.

Rex: Hey, come on! hey! Whoa! What's gotten into you, anyway?

Jen: I don't know, it's this place. You know, Mitch -- he took Blair Manning here. Did you know that? And this is where Cristian got shot and this is where they found Mitch dead in the river -- only he wasn't dead.

Rex: What do you mean?

Jen: I mean he's still alive.

Rex: What?

Jen: Come on, aren't you an adrenaline junkie, too? This place is incredible. It's a total turn-on.


R.J.: I've looked over your partnership agreement.

Evangeline: And?

R.J.: And -- well.

Evangeline: Not yet. There's one more thing. This is my investment in our new club. In full.

R.J.: Very impressive.


Rae: Well, what I was trying to say just then was --

Hank: You think I need counseling?

Rae: No, I -- no. Well -- yes. Yes, I do.

Hank: For what? Look, if you think I need counseling, you're going to say why.

Rae: Something is eating you. I don't know what it is. Maybe -- maybe it's losing Keri. I don't know, maybe it -- maybe it's because your daughter lives so far away, or maybe it's your brother. Maybe it's all of that again.

Hank: There's no dealing with R.J. I mean, one minute he tells me he's going legit, and the next he's right back doing what he does the best.

Rae: I am sorry.

Hank: Yeah, look, I don't even want to talk about it.

Rae: Exactly. What is it you want to do? What? I mean, do you just want to work yourself to death? Is that it? why are you in this office at 8:00 at night, hank?

Hank: I can't afford to work a nine-to-five, not in this town.

Rae: Come on, you must have people that can help you here. Am I wrong? Didn't you just hire Nora Buchanan?

Hank: What is this all about? Aren't there people out there with real problems?

Rae: I was at the university today, in the library, and I ran into a kid, a student, and he was reading an article online. You want to guess who the article was about? Hank "The Cannon" Gannon. I mean, he couldn't believe what he was reading. That Llanview's -- and these are his words -- "uptight D.A. was a college football star." Well, of course, I had to read this. I had to see for myself, and you know what, I was amazed. Not because you were a football quarterback -- who still, I might add, holds the mid-western record for completed forward passes -- but because you were famous. You were famous for good humor, for wild parties, and for a sense of fun! Hank, where is that guy? What happened to him? You're -- you're not going to say anything?


Bo: Are you feeling better?

Lindsay: How did Mitch get in here?

Bo: We don't know that he did, Lindsay. Considering all the extra security that they've added ever since --

Lindsay: Ever since he tried to murder poor Addie.

Bo: Could be one of the day workers was bribed somehow.

Lindsay: So I can't trust anyone.

Bo: Lindsay, don't worry, I'm going to have somebody posted outside day and night.

Lindsay: I don't care about me. I only care about Jen.

Bo: Look, we're going to find her. Nora's making phone calls right now. Every cop in the department has been told to keep an eye out for her.

Lindsay: But what if we can't find her in time?

Bo: There's no reason to believe that anything happened to her. Look, Mitch is trying to scare you. He's threatened several other people, too. I'm sure that Jen's going to be fine.

Lindsay: But -- but Blair's mother isn't fine. She's in the hospital. She's -- he tried to murder her and Jen -- what if he hurts Jen just because he wants to punish me?

Nora: I called everywhere. I called the gallery, community center, her cell phone --

Lindsay: You couldn't find her?

Nora: I left messages, and she'll call us as soon as she gets them.

Lindsay: Oh. I need -- I need to see my daughter. I need to see her to know she's ok.

Bo: We'll find her. I'm sure she's fine, Lindsay.

Nora: Of course.

Bo: What?

Nora: I just thought of somebody else who might know where Jen is.


[Phone rings]

Joey: Here. Excuse me. Hello?

Nora: Joe, it's Nora Buchanan. I was wondering -- have you seen Jennifer Rappaport at all? Because, well, Mitch Lawrence has left a threatening message about her for Lindsay Rappaport, and I just think we'd all feel a lot better if we knew where she was.

Joey: Yeah, actually, I do. I just --

Viki: Hey, Antonio.

Antonio: Hi.

Viki: Ok. Oh, hello. whose is this?

Joey: What's that? "Vengeance is mine, thus saith the lord."

Antonio: That must --must be Lawrence's.

Joey: "And I will strike down with great vengeance and furious anger --" blah, blah, blah -- "thus saith the lord." it goes on and on like that.

Viki: Well, it is not staying in this house. That's the last thing I want Jessica to stumble across.


Rex: Jen. Jen.

[Jen moans]

Rex: Guess I tired you out.

Rex: Don't let the bedbugs bite.


Marcie: Mr. Gannon sure left in a hurry.

Rae: Yes, he did.

Marcie: Was there an emergency?

Rae: No, no.

Marcie: What happened?

Hank: Hold this, and don't drop the ball. All right, so you think Hank "The Cannon" is dead and buried?

Rae: Uh --

Hank: Well, you're going to go to the park with me, and I'm going to show you a little Hank "The cannon."

Rae: That could be a bit of a problem. You know, it's dark outside.

Hank: Well, now, that's one of the perks of being the district attorney. They show you where and how to turn on the field lights. So I hope you are ready to be a wide receiver because I feel like throwing a few cannonballs.

Rae: I think I've created a monster here.

Hank: Worse. Give me that. All right. You're going to come with me. You say I need to loosen up? I'm going to show you what it's like to loosen up.

Rae: You're on.


Jessica: I really wish that everybody would stop trying to protect me. I know what a horrible man my father is, ok?

Viki: I just don't want you to have to dwell on it, that's all. I would like to give you one day, just an hour, where you don't have to be reminded of what that man did to us.

Jessica: This is so sick.

Joey: And that was Nora on the phone. Apparently, he left Lindsay a message -- a doll with a noose around its neck, named Jen.

Viki: Oh, my God.

Joey: Yeah. So Lindsay was scared to death. I was glad I could tell her I actually saw Jen at the gallery with rex.

Jessica: Yeah, she was there, her usual self.

Joey: Well, I think I'd better go find her, tell her what's going on, take her to St. Ann's. Lindsay will want to see her face-to-face.

Antonio: I think it's time I got back to the station.

Viki: Well, thank you very much for everything, Antonio.

Antonio: It's my pleasure.

Viki: Sure.

Antonio: Bye.

Viki: Bye, darling.

Joey: Bye, mom.

Jessica: Bye.

Viki: I'm going to have all this stuff of Mitch's sent over to Dorian's, and she can decide what to do with it. I mean, she married the man.

Jessica: To highlight all these passages --

Viki: Well, you know what, we shouldn't be surprised. He takes a book that is basically about love and morality, and he highlights everything about vengeance.

Jessica: Yeah, he sees what he wants to see.

Viki: Baby, he's out of our lives, ok, and we are going to erase every single trace of him.

Jessica: What? What's wrong?

Viki: You took your picture out of this, did you?

Jessica: No, I didn't touch it.


Antonio: Hi, Marcie. Any messages?

Marcie: Antonio, I know I've been saying this to everybody, but, um --

Antonio: Marcie?

Marcie: I wanted to talk to you about a friend -- a really good friend.

Antonio: Look, Marcie, if this is about fixing tickets or anything like that --

Marcie: No, no, no. no, I would never use my position here at the station for something like that. People who park illegally are guilty. My friend is innocent.

Antonio: Al Holden again.

Marcie: Well, those drugs that they found in his dorm room were planted. I just want to prove it. I was wondering if you could give me some tips.

Antonio: Tips?

Marcie: Please?

Antonio: You really like this guy, don't you?

Marcie: I do, but I also care about justice.

Antonio: So do I. Why don't you let me do my thing, and when I come up with something I'll let you know.

Marcie: Thank you. Thank you so much. You know, no matter what happens, I'm not going to let Al go to jail for something that he didn't do. Thanks.


Jessica: Maybe Lois took the picture out to clean the frame.

Viki: I just put these here last night.

Jessica: You think Mitch did it?

Viki: The alarm system can't be changed until next week, so really, all Mitch would have to do is slip by the guards. I think I'm going to call Bo. It's entirely possible that that message that he left for Lindsay might have been just, you know, to distract the police.

Jessica: And the real target is me.


Viki: Hey, it's ok. Bo -- hi, it's Viki.

Lindsay: Is it about Jen?

Bo: No.

Nora: It's going to be ok, Lindsay. Really. We're going to find Jen, and we're going to bring her right to you, ok? Really soon. But at least there's good news. We know that Jen's with someone.

Lindsay: But I don't think Rex can protect her from Mitch.

Nora: Well, there's safety in numbers, you know? At least we know Jen's not alone.


Rex: Hey. Can I get in on this game?

Brad: Just a friendly game. Gambling is illegal.

Rex: Oh, good, then I can --

Brad: Yeah, no. No deadbeats.

Rex: You're playing for pretzels.

Brad: Pretzels cost money.

Rex: How many pretzels will this buy me?

Joey: Where's Jen?

Rex: What's your problem? You know, you're already dating one screwed-up girl. Do you really want to make it two?

Joey: Something's happened. She's in danger. Now, tell me where you left her.

Rex: Jen's fine! We got a little wasted. She's sleeping it off.

Joey: I just came from the gallery. She isn't there.

Rex: Yeah, there were too many interruptions. We ended up at the old abandoned theater, The Pyramid.

Joey: And you just left her there?


Jen: Rex? Rex?

Jen: What are you doing here?

Mitch: The real question is, what are you doing here with your clothes in such disarray?

Jen: How do you know that? You're blind.

Mitch: Well, even blind, how could I fail to recognize the lovely sound of your voice, Jennifer? Or the sweet scent of your perfume? But the truth is the good lord has seen fit to restore my sight.

Jen: No. no.

Mitch: It is such a pleasure to see you again. Because now the sins of the mother shall be visited upon the daughter.

Stay tuned for scenes from the next "One Life to Live."


On the next "One Life to Live" --

Asa: I'm going to offer you a job.

Keri: I never should have come up here, dad. I should have given Antonio another chance.

Nora: He's been terrorizing people. He hasn't left Llanview.

Mitch: Now the final curtain is about to come down.

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