One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 7/9/03

By Eric
Proofread by Melissa Dann

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

Dorian: I couldn't have killed Mitch.

Bo: Right now, you don't have an alibi.

Gabrielle: Get too close and I'll tarnish that halo of yours.

Troy: Hey, it's a good thing that I don't have a halo.

Lindsay: I was on the docks that night making love to Troy.

Joey: How are things going with Rex?

Jen: We're getting a divorce.

Rex: I love her. There's no way that I'm giving her up.

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[music plays]  

Al: Hey, out there. You ever love anyone? Still do? Always will? Then you know what I'm talking about, and this next one is for you.

[Knock on door]


Cristian: I'll keep it short.

Asa: What took you so long? There you are.

Natalie: Grandpa. What's up?

Asa: On your feet, honey. You are coming with me.

Cristian: Oh, no, she's not.

Asa: What? Look, I am her grandfather, and I want her to go somewhere with me, she's going.

Sister Theresa: You'd better get to bed, ms. Rappaport. Your evaluation is tomorrow, don't forget.

 Lindsay: How could I forget? It's my last night here.

Sister Theresa: Those medications work wonders, hasn't it?

Lindsay: Yes, they have. I feel like there's a whole new world opening up to me. And I'm finally getting out of here. And I'm in love with an amazing man, and he finally realizes that he's in love with me.

Gabrielle: I -- I can't. I can't do this.

Troy: Of course you can. Of course you can.

Jen: Nora. Hey.

Nora: Hi, Jen. Hi, Joey.

Joey: Hi.

Jen: I need your help.

Nora: OK. What's going on?

Jen: Could you recommend a good divorce lawyer?

Nora: Didn't you just marry Rex?

Jen: Yeah, I shouldn't have done it. Somebody helped me realize that.

Joey: Can you help her, Nora?

Nora: Um -- OK, well, one question -- how does Rex feel about this?

Jen: He wants out as much as I do.

Rex: I don't want to lose my wife.

Andrew: No, I understand, but are you sure? I mean, what you're saying --

Rex: Look, I walked in on them in bed together.

Andrew: OK, and I -- I'm getting that you were just recently married.

Rex: Yeah, because I love her. And I thought that she loved me.

Andrew: So you're aware of the fact that Jen's been going through some very difficult times?

Rex: Yeah, and I thought that I could help her. I mean, I was helping her, but Joey Buchanan's messing with her head.

Andrew: Well, it doesn't sound to me like this is all about Joe here, you know?

Rex: I should've known that you'd side with him.

Andrew: No, no, I'm not saying that. I'm not saying that at all.

Rex: Look, Reverend, I'll do whatever it takes. You know, I'll go to counseling, whatever. Will you help me?

Andrew: Well, what is it exactly you want?

Rex: Well, I want you to keep Joey Buchanan away from my wife.

Dorian: No alibi? My car broke down.

Bo: Yeah, even though nothing was wrong with it.

Dorian: I had to trudge through town in the rain.

Bo: And you walked all the way to the Palace restaurant?

Dorian: Yes, where Blair and Walker can attest that I arrived wet and exhausted.

Bo: And what time was that, Dorian?

Dorian: I really couldn't remember. Uh, Blair, or Walker?

Blair: I never checked my watch, actually.

Dorian: Uh-huh. Walker, can you help me out here?

Officer: Commissioner?

Bo: Yeah?

Officer: Better have a look at this.

Bo: Set it here.

Dorian: Wait, how did he get in here?

Bo: I let him in when I was out here on the phone, Dorian.

Dorian: What?

Bo: He wanted to give me this. It's a search warrant. You know what? This is the same brand that was used to poison Mitch. Whose water is this?

Natalie: OK, just take a step back here. Just because you say jump doesn't mean I have to jump.

Asa: Natalie, you are my granddaughter. You remember that.

Cristian: That doesn't mean that she does whatever you say.

Asa: Fine. Fine. Make her miss a trip to London.

Natalie: London?

Asa: It's Clint's birthday. I was going to surprise him with a visit from his daughter.

Natalie: Whoa.

Cristian: Well, why didn't you say that from the beginning?

Asa: Oh, what the hell. You can go with her. It's my jet. I've got plenty of seats.

Cristian: I wish I could.

Natalie: Your job?

Cristian: Yeah, I just started. But, hey, don't let me stop you. You've been wanting to spend time with your dad.

Asa: What are we waiting for? We got to get moving.

Natalie: Hold on a sec. You want to fly me to London to see my dad? Me, tonight?

Asa: Yeah. You, tonight.

Natalie: For his birthday?

Asa: Do you both good. So, you coming or not?

Natalie: Thank you! Thank you! Can I pack?

Asa: Oh, yeah. I'll have my new driver pick you up in two hours. Be ready.

Natalie: Thank you, thank you. This is so amazing. Thank you. Oh, wow, I have so much to do. I've got to call Roxy and get someone to cover for me, and I've got to pack and --

Cristian: All that can wait. We have some good-byes to do first.

Flash: I'm never going to sing again, Riley.

Riley: Sure you will.

Flash: That's not what the doctors are saying. Barely even started and it's already over.

[Music plays]

Riley: Awesome.

Flash: Nobody's ever going to hear that but us.

Riley: Don't be so sure.

Flash: That's C.D.s the only play we're ever going to get.

Riley: It's not a C.D.

Al: Who's that, you're wondering? Haven't heard yet? You're about the only one. Everybody's buzzing about it. "Flash of Light," by Midnight Logic.

Flash: So many things I've gone and done just to meet you

Gabrielle: No. No, this cannot be happening.

Troy: It's OK.

Gabrielle: I'm so hurt, I'm so angry at Bo, but --

Troy: It's OK.

Gabrielle: Oh, I've had too much to drink. This can never happen again, ever, ever!

Troy: Yeah, but --

Nora: Um, here. This is a friend of mine, one of the best divorce attorneys around.

Jen: Thank you. I really appreciate this.

Nora: Good luck.

Jen: I am going to call this guy first thing in the morning. Maybe I can even get a quickie divorce in the islands. You could even come with me. How great would that be? Just the two of us alone, away from all this.

Joey: I love you.

Nora: Ahem.

Troy: You came back. Nora.

Nora: Expecting somebody else? Maybe, uh, Gabrielle?

Troy: Gabrielle.

Nora: She did set up this dinner for her and Bo.

Troy: Yeah, she did, only Bo couldn't make it.

Nora: So you filled in?

Troy: You know, Nora, I didn't know you were that interested in who I had dinner with.

Nora: I'm not, Troy. I'm actually here working on the Mitch Laurence murder case. I have a few questions I'd like to ask you.

Troy: I wish I could help you, but I barely knew the guy.

Nora: Lindsay Rappaport just admitted to being down on the docks the night that he was murdered, with you, making love.

Troy: Well, we both know Lindsay's delusional, right?

Nora: Well, doesn't the medication cover that?

Troy: Obviously, she was off her medication that night.

Nora: Would that explain why she said you also went to St. Ann's and did it again?

Troy: And you believe her?

Nora: I'm just trying to set a time frame here.

Troy: Well, I'm sorry, Nora, I can't help you because I wasn't there. What?

Nora: I never could tell when you were lying.

Troy: Nora, you know that Lindsay is the last person I would be with. You know that.

Nora: I don't care. I'm just looking for someone to back up her story. That's all. Oh, and you should know, if what she says is true, you'd be in a lot, a lot of trouble. She's a psychiatric patient. You treated her. You play around with her, you lose your license.

Troy: Nora, please --

Bo: This water is from Oregon, Dorian. Can't get this stuff in these parts. And I know that because I checked a lot of local stores, and none of them carry this.

Dorian: And you mean to say you didn't call the company to find out I have it delivered direct?

Bo: This is yours?

Dorian: Oh, you know very well that it is, Bo, and that does not mean that I killed Mitch. Please, would I be so stupid as to poison him with something that could be so easily traced back to me?

Officer: Found these in the trash, commissioner.

Bo: Do either of you ladies know how these syringes ended up in the trash?

Dorian: Syr-- oh, my goodness. One of our maids must have thrown it away.

Bo: Hmm, and one of the syringes is missing.

Dorian: Well, I wouldn't know that because I didn't know those syringes were even there. I mean, I have no idea how they could have gotten anywhere near this house or in our garbage.

Bo: Blair?

Blair: I have no idea.

Dorian: Mm-hmm. Anyway, Bo, didn't you just say that Mitch was poisoned with something in a plastic bottle?

Bo: You're a doctor, Dorian.

Dorian: But you know I don't practice now.

Bo: Yeah, but you sure as heck could give somebody a shot.

Dorian: OK, Cowboy, why are you building a case against me? Why me? Would you like to tell me that? Anybody in this town -- and I do mean anybody -- could have killed --

Blair: Not anybody. Walker and I were cleared, Dorian.

Bo: Take these down and have them checked, matched up against the one they used on Laurence, and have them dusted for prints. Laurence, I'd like to ask you a couple questions.

Walker: Well, I'd be glad to help.

Bo: All right, why don't we step outside here.

Dorian: Oh, what am I going to do? Bo thinks I killed Mitch. You know I didn't.

Blair: Do I?

Dorian: Blair, how can you even think like that?

Blair: No, I didn't before, Dorian, but now I'm beginning to wonder.

Jen: Hearing you say that --

Joey: I love you. I tried to deny it, but it's true.

Jen: You sure?

Joey: Positive. What happened between us, it wasn't just a physical thing. It was because of that love. I just couldn't deny it anymore.

Jen: I love you, too, so much.

Rex: Scotch, double.

Jen: Oh, I can't believe this is happening.

Joey: Yeah, me, too.

Jen: I mean, I just didn't think I could be this happy. I didn't think that I could -- I didn't think there was even this kind of happiness.

Joey: Rex is here. You know, maybe we should talk to him about this.

Jen: I already did.

Joey: Just to make sure.

Jen: Don't you trust me?

Joey: Of course. It's him.

Jen: He's not going to back out. I already gave him the money for his club. OK. OK. If it'll make you feel better, then I'll do it.

Joey: Let's do it.

Jen: No, I'll do it. You two don't exactly get along. I don't want to cause a scene or anything.

Joey: OK, OK, but call me.

Jen: Right away.

Joey: Hey -- I love you.

Jen: I love you, too.

Jen: Hi.

Rex: What do you want?

Jen: You know what I want.

Rex: Hmm, to rub it in my face.

Jen: Rex, come on.

Rex: What? You want everybody to know that you're doing it with the Rev?

Jen: No, I want to make sure everything's set up for the divorce.

Rex: Not exactly.

Jen: I already gave you the cash you wanted for the club.

Rex: Yeah, well, you know, I decided I deserve more.

Jen: For what?

Rex: You want a divorce? I want all your money.

Joey: Hey, Andrew.

Andrew: Joey, I'm glad you're here. Please, close the door.

Joey: What's up?

Andrew: You tell me. We agreed you weren't going to see Jen Rappaport.

Joey: Andrew, I can't do that. We want to be together. Wait, how do you know about this?

Andrew: Her husband told me. He said he found you in bed with her. Now, the last time I looked, marriage was a holy sacrament.

Joey: Oh, come on, Andrew, they got married in Atlantic City!

Andrew: Well, I don't care where they got married! That doesn't matter!

Joey: You're right, it doesn't, because they're getting divorced.

Andrew: Not according to Rex.

Joey: What?

Andrew: The man wants to fight for his marriage.

Joey: No, no, no, no, he's giving her a divorce.

Andrew: Well, apparently, he's changed his mind.

Joey: Why, she didn't give him enough money? And you know that's why he married her.

Andrew: Joey, he says that he loves her.

Joey: Oh, that is such a crock!

Andrew: And that is not your call! And as long as they are married, just stay away from Jen.

Joey: I can't do that.

Andrew: Well, you're going to have to. Now, don't make me to go the bishop again. You know the rules. I'll be real clear -- you stay away from Jen or you resign from St. James.

Jen: I already gave you tons of money for a piece of Ultra Violet. Isn't that enough?

Rex: Sorry.

Jen: No, you're not. You just want to rob me blind.

Rex: Well, you broke my heart. It's worth something. A lot, in fact.

Jen: Fine. I'll go to the court. No judge is going to side with you.

Rex: Well, you know, I wasn't the one cheating, the one who put her husband through pain and suffering.

Jen: You are so full of it.

Rex: Well, the judge won't see it that way. See, I could drag this thing out for years. Whether I win or not, it doesn't matter.

Jen: All right.

Rex: "All right" what?

Jen: You can have it, all my money. I don't care as long as it gets me this divorce. Is that a deal?

Rex: Deal.

Jen: Just stop jerking me around. Stay out of my life.

Sister Theresa: Dr. MacIver?

Troy: Ah, Sister Theresa.

Sister Theresa: If I may have a word with you?

Troy: Yeah, sure. Something wrong?

Sister Theresa: Lindsay Rappaport was talking to me earlier and she indicated -- pardon me, but she indicated that she was in love with you and, well, that you might be with her.

Troy: What else did she tell you?

Sister Theresa: Nothing. But I certainly hope it's not true. I mean, I'm sure you --

Troy: Well, now, Sister, you do realize that she's had these delusions before?

Sister Theresa: I thought it was probably that.

Troy: Well --

Sister Theresa: But I felt I should speak to you first before going to the chief of staff.

Troy: Well, I'm very glad you did, Sister. It makes me concerned. I really thought this medication was working.

Sister Theresa: I did, too. She's up for review tomorrow, but if she's still having delusions, they won't release her.

Troy: Thank you, Sister.

Lindsay: I thought she'd never leave.

Troy: What the hell did you think you were doing, huh?

Lindsay: What?

Troy: I told you not to tell anyone about us.

Lindsay: I didn't.

Troy: No, Lindsay, don't. Don't you lie to me. You told. And now you're going to regret it.

Nora: Yes, is Bo Buchanan there? OK, I'll try him on his cell phone, thanks.

Gabrielle: Nora, why do you need to reach Bo?

Nora: About the case.

Gabrielle: Oh, of course.

Nora: Are you all right, Gabrielle?

Gabrielle: Oh, yes. I'm fine.

Nora: Are you upset about Bo missing the dinner?

Gabrielle: No, I'm fine with that. Really, I'm fine. Excuse me.

Dorian: You can't possibly think I killed Mitch.

Blair: And set me up.

Dorian: Blair, I would never do something like that.

Blair: No, you told -- I know that. Listen! You told me that Hedy found those. Now you're telling me that -- you told Bo that you've never seen them before.

Dorian: All right, I confess. I killed Mitch, and I'm proud of it. And, yes, maybe I did think it was a good idea to frame you -- you, the person I love most in this whole world, someone who's never let me down.

Blair: All right, all right. Stop it, stop it. Shh. Who is doing this?

Dorian: It's really quite simple. Whoever killed Mitch tried to frame you, and, when it didn't work, now they're trying to frame me.

Walker: What's with all these questions, Bo? Thought I was cleared.

Bo: Well, yeah, I just thought maybe you could shed some light on the case.

Walker: Uh-huh. How?

Bo: Well, let's start with, what did Mitch say the last time you saw him in jail?

Walker: Same old. Ranting about everybody, dropping Bible quotes.

Bo: Did he mention anything about visits from Dorian, Blair?

Walker: Like what?

Bo: Like why did they visit?

Walker: Blair wanted to know if Todd Manning was alive or not.

Bo: Hmm. What about Dorian?

Walker: Oh, she wanted to know if he had any money stashed anywhere.

Bo: Did he?

Walker: How would I know? Aren't you the detective? Figure it out. Anyway, he said he didn't tell her either way.

Bo: There anything else? Did they fight about the money?

Walker: Well, the guard -- he told me Dorian laid that old double-jeopardy bit on him -- you know, can't be tried for the same crime twice. It was like something out of an old movie, huh?

Bo: Hmm. When Dorian showed up at the Palace there, how'd she seem?

Walker: Wet. Mad. Weren't you there when you questioned her?

Bo: Well, I guess that's it, for now.

Dorian: All right, Bo, going to arrest me or not?

Dorian: OK, go ahead, do it. Cuff me.

Bo: Oh, Dorian, you know I don't arrest people unless I have evidence against them. But, you know, I might get the evidence, so -- no, you know the drill. Just don't think about leaving town.

Dorian: I have no reason to.

Bo: I hope not. Because if you did it, if you killed Mitch, I will find out.

Dorian: Hmm.

Dorian: Oh, thank you! Thank you so very much.

Walker: For what?

Dorian: Well, for whatever you said to Bo. I mean, he was about to haul me off to jail, and something you said made him change his mind. How can I ever repay you?

Lindsay: Are you threatening me?

Troy: Damn it, Lindsay, what the hell would make you think that it's a good idea to tell Sister Theresa and Nora about us?

Lindsay: Because Nora was badgering me about Mitch's death. She knew I was at the docks. I had to come up with a reason or I was going to be a suspect.

Troy: And you think that I'm going to be your alibi?

Lindsay: Troy, you have to tell the truth or they're going to throw me back into Statesville.

Troy: They're going to take away my medical license for sleeping with a patient, Lindsay!

Lindsay: OK, look, my evaluation is tomorrow and I'm probably going to get released and it won't matter if we're together or not.

Troy: No, Lindsay, we are not going to be together.

Lindsay: All right, you know what, I understand that you have to say that now --

Troy: Lindsay --

Lindsay: But you know when I realized that you were in love with me? Because you are risking everything for me.

Troy: Would you come over here? Listen to me, OK?

Sister Tracy: Mrs. Rappaport, are you in here? Yes, you are. It's time for your medication, but it says here that you didn't have your dinner tonight.

Lindsay: I wasn't hungry.

Sister Tracy: Well, you can't take your pill on an empty stomach. Come on, let's get you something to eat. Oh, Dr. MacIver, would you mind keeping an eye on those meds while we get Ms. Rappaport something to eat?

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

[Music plays]

Flash: I can't believe we're getting played on the radio.

Riley: You heard the voice.

Flash: Oh, this is so unbelievable.

Riley: You're unbelievable.

Flash: Hey, you wrote the song.

Riley: For you.

Flash: Nobody ever did anything like this for me before.

Riley: Well, maybe no one ever felt like this before.

Flash: Maybe.

Riley: What about you?

Flash: What about me?

Riley: Well, you were pretty tight with the rev.

Flash: Yeah, but it's -- it's not like that anymore. I mean, he was just helping me and made my singing dreams come true, but --

Riley: But he's your cousin.

Flash: Yeah, he's my cousin. And it's better that way. Besides, he has the hots for Jen Rappaport. Who wouldn't?

Riley: Me.

Flash: I knew there was more than one thing that I liked about you.

Riley: But you like the music more.

Flash: You're a big part of that, you know.

Riley: Yeah?

Flash: A big part.

Jen: Hey, Joey, it's me.

Joey: Hi. Hey, did you talk to Rex?

Jen: Yeah. Yeah, everything's fine.

Joey: So you're still going through with the divorce?

Jen: I told you not to worry about it.

Joey: I just want us to be together.

Jen: And we will, as soon as I get this financial stuff handled.

Joey: Wait, I thought you already did. I mean, you gave him the money he wanted for the club, right?

Jen: Yeah, he wants more.

Joey: How much?

Jen: All of it.

Joey: Jen, you didn't --

Jen: He wouldn't let me out of the marriage otherwise.

Joey: You guys had an agreement.

Jen: You know Rex. And I don't care about the money, anyway. I just want us to be together.

Joey: No, I do, too, I do, too, but he has no right to rip you off.

Jen: It's OK, really. Just let it go.

Joey: I can't.

Andrew: I hope that's not Jen.

Joey: I got to go. Bye.

Andrew: Did you hear anything that I said to you before?

Joey: Yes, I did. And I'm not going to see Jen any more as long as she's married. But right now, there's something that Ive got to do.

[Music plays]

[knock on door]

Cristian: Forget them, forget them.

Natalie: Oh, everybody keeps coming around here.

Cristian: Forget them.


Rex: Natalie, you in there?

Natalie: All right, I'll handle this.

Cristian: Get rid of him and I'll meet you upstairs.

Natalie: OK. I'm coming!

[Pounding on door]

Rex: Natalie, open up!

Natalie: OK. Rex, hi. It's really not a good time.

Rex: You're never going to believe this. OK, maybe you will.

Natalie: What's going on?

Rex: Jen's dumping me.

Natalie: Congratulations.

Rex: No, it's not funny.

Natalie: Why, because you didn't beat her to it?

Rex: Well, at least I'm making her pay.

Natalie: How much?

Rex: Everything she's got.

Natalie: Rex.

Rex: She deserves it for what she pulled.

Natalie: Wait, what did she do?

Rex: Well, your brother the priest -- I caught them in the act.

Natalie: Are you serious?

Rex: Yeah, ask him -- if you can pry him off of her. They're on each other, like, all over town.

Natalie: OK, I'm going to talk to him.

Rex: Well, do that, and tell him that he's making a big mistake, that she's not for him.

Natalie: Well, I know that.

Rex: Yeah, but he doesn't. He thinks that he can turn her into some goody-goody. That's not Jen. She's way too fun for that. She'd never be happy with him.

Natalie: Sounds like you almost care.

Rex: Well, I married her, didn't I?

Natalie: Well, not for the usual reasons.

Rex: Yeah, but I like hanging out with her. You know, I like her. She's smart, she's beautiful. The sex is great.

Joey: You shut your mouth! I don't want to hear you say something about Jen ever again. You leave her alone.

Sister Tracy: Ms. Rappaport will be back any minute.

Troy: Ah, Tracy. You know, actually, the reason that I'm here is that I'm checking on Lindsay for Dr. Bonner. I just want to make sure everything's OK for the evaluation tomorrow. So what do you think?

Sister Tracy: Oh, she's doing so much better than when she first got here.

Troy: Yeah, no more delusions?

Sister Tracy: Well, not since taking that anti-psychotic medication. It's amazing what these little pills will do.

Troy: Huh. Yeah, it sure is. You know what would be really helpful -- if I could find out exactly when she went on this medication and her exact dosage, as well. Is there any way you could find that out for me?

Sister Tracy: Oh, sure. I'll be right back.

Troy: Thanks, Tracy.

Lindsay: You're still here?

Troy: I wasn't ready to leave just yet.

Waiter: Can we get you anything else this evening?

Gabrielle: Oh, a couple of aspirin? That's OK. Just the bill.

Waiter: Sure.

Gabrielle: Thanks.

Gabrielle: I'm so sorry.

Bo: You? God, I'm the one that goofed everything up.

Gabrielle: I shouldn't have quarreled with you.

Bo: Well, you were upset. I mean, nobody would blame you.

Gabrielle: It doesn't matter. None of that matters. I just don't want to lose you.

Bo: We had one fight.

Gabrielle: I can't bear fighting with you because I love you so much.

Bo: Oh, if this is making up, I might just pick another fight with you.

Gabrielle: Don't you dare. Don't you dare. I won't. I just have to learn to share you with other people, that's all.

Bo: Yeah, I know that the job gets in the way. I'm sorry.

Gabrielle: It's OK. It's really OK because they just need you as much as I need you, and that's one of the things that I love so much about you is your commitment to your work, and to your family and to your son.

Bo: I'm going to try not to let everything else take so much time away from you, though.

Gabrielle: No, no. I'm going to try to be a part of things.

Bo: OK.

Gabrielle: Like this baseball game that you're taking Matthew to.

Bo: Yeah, it's the day after tomorrow.

Gabrielle: Would you mind if I joined you? Because I'd like to get to know him better.

Bo: That'd be great. I would love that.

Rex: Who the hell do you think you are, coming in here, telling me what to do?

Joey: You lay off of her!

Rex: Oh, practice what you preach, Rev -- if they still let you.

Joey: You know, I don't care what you do to me, but I am not letting you take advantage of Jen.

Rex: What do you call what you did? She was on her honeymoon, for God's sakes!

Natalie: OK, the both of you, cool it!

Joey: You know what he's trying to do? He's trying to sell Jen a divorce for her inheritance!

Rex: Whoa, whoa, whoa. I thought you Bible-heads weren't supposed to be into money, like adultery.

Joey: Jen doesn't love you.

Rex: Hmm. She doesn't love you, either. She may act like it. Did with me. And you know what? She'll do it with the next five guys that come around the corner because she's the biggest slut in town.

Natalie: Cristian! Stop it!

Cristian: Hey, hey, come on!

Natalie: Joey, stop!

Jen: Oh, my God. Are you OK? What did he do to you?

Rex: Me? He tried to kill me!

Cristian: Hey, come on. Relax, OK?

Jen: You're going to need some ice for that.

Rex: Oh, don't mind me over here bleeding. I'm just your husband.

Jen: Not for much longer.

Rex: Yeah, for a lot longer.

Jen: What is that supposed to mean?

Rex: What do you think? See, I'm sick of you two making an idiot out of me. That quickie divorce that you want? No, you can forget about it, OK, because you are never getting out of this marriage.

Lindsay: You still mad at me?

Troy: Just take your medication. We don't want anything going wrong with that evaluation tomorrow.

Lindsay: Do you really care?

Troy: More than you could possibly realize, Lindsay. Now, come on. Take your pills. There you go.

Sister Tracy: Here's that information you wanted, Dr. MacIver.

Troy: Oh, Tracy, thank you. You've been a big help.

Sister Tracy: And you need to get back to your room now. It's a big day for you tomorrow.

Lindsay: Wish me luck.

Troy: Good luck.

Bo: So the game's in the afternoon. I thought I'd pick him up, maybe we'd have lunch first.

Nora: That sounds great. He is so looking forward to this. If you have a minute, can I just ask you a couple questions and tell you a couple things about the case?

Bo: Yeah, sure. Honey, you mind?

Gabrielle: Oh, no, not in the least.

Nora: I'm sorry.

Waiter: Ms. Medina, I have your bill.

Gabrielle: Yeah, thank you.

Bo: Whoa, whoa. I'll take care of that.

Gabrielle: No, no, darling, what are you doing?

Bo: Well, jeez, it's the least I can do. You know, I stood you up for dinner and then made you eat alone. Unless you found some other company.

Gabrielle: No. No.

Bo: Yeah, you bet.

[Phone rings]

Gabrielle: Excuse me. Hello?

Troy: Hey, Gabrielle. It's Troy. Listen, I just -- I just wanted to call you and tell you that I had such a great time tonight and I'd love to do it again, if you're available.

Gabrielle: I'm sorry, you have the wrong number.

Dorian: Walker, thank you so much for coming to my rescue tonight.

Walker: Uh-huh, no problem. I'll see you tomorrow at work. You going to be there?

Blair: Planning to.

[Dorian laughs]

Dorian: Phew. Honey, you don't still think I tried to frame you?

Blair: No, Dorian, but I do think it's weird. Why are they aiming at us?

Dorian: I don't know. But I'll tell you something -- I hope the police find out who killed Mitch, and soon, because we lucked out tonight. You were cleared, I wasn't arrested. But this is far from over.

Blair: We're lucky that Bo didn't find any arsenic here. Because whoever's setting us up could have planted that.

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

Antonio: Jessica needs my help now.

Rae: You can't help her.

Cristian: I'm starting to feel like what you really need is Antonio.

Troy: I'm calling to check on Lindsay Rappaport.

Man: Lindsay, do you know what you're doing here today?

Dorian: I'm being framed, and I know exactly who's behind this.

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