One Life to Live Transcript Friday 7/11/03

By Suzanne
Proofread by Melissa

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

Joey: If this means that I can't be with you, then I'm not going to be a priest.

Keri: I definitely want to try to get back together with Antonio.

Jessica: Please go now. I can't see you anymore.

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

Bo: They found this vial filled with arsenic. Dorian, you're under arrest.

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Asa: To the Buchanans.

Kevin: To the future.

Asa: You are going places, Boy.

Kevin: Well, that's the plan. Once I establish a political base here in Llanview, off we go.

Asa: Hmm. Let's see. Governor Buchanan. Got a nice ring to it.

Kevin: Yeah.

Asa: Hey, Senator Buchanan. President Kevin Buchanan. Mm-hmm.

Kevin: One step at a time, Grandpa.

[Phone rings]

Kevin: Excuse me. Ahem. Hello.

Blair: It's Blair. Are you free?

Kevin: Hey. It's good to hear your voice. Of course I'm free.

Blair: Fine. You win. Meet me at the Palace for dinner, 30 minutes.

Asa: Kelly?

Kevin: No.

Asa: But a woman? Be smart, Kevin. You have got a wife. And don't you mess things up by two-timing her, you hear?

Jen: Hey.

Flash: Hey, yourself.

Jen: I've been hearing your song all over the radio.

Flash: Yeah. Yeah, we've been getting lots of play.

Jen: Good. Well, maybe when Iím done with my class assignment, I could videotape your band.

Flash: Yeah. That's going to happen.

Jen: Look, I'm sorry, OK? I crossed the line. Your personal life is none of my business.

Flash: Wow. Finally, you got something right.

Jen: I said I'm sorry.

Flash: Look, whatever, OK? I was going to tell Joe who I was anyway, so it wasn't going to work out. Go for it.

Jen: Yeah, I already did. Actually, we're very much in love and he's leaving the church to be with me.

Flash: Yeah, and I have a ticket on the next space shuttle.

Jen: Nice dress.

Al: Hey. You busy?

Marcie: Hi. Oh, my God. That concert's been sold out for three weeks.

Al: Yeah. Pretty cool, huh?

Marcie: Third-row seats?

Al: One of the perks of being the voice of the night.

[Marcie giggles]

Antonio: Damn it.

Rae: Antonio? Hi. I was just hoping to catch Hank. Is he in?

Antonio: No, he'll -- he'll be back in a few minutes.

Rae: OK. I'll wait. Antonio, I just want you to know that I thought we made good progress in our last session.

Antonio: Progress? You got to be kidding me, Rae. I asked you how I could help Jessica, and now things can't be worse between us.


Max: Oh, come on, Gabrielle. Give me a break! How'd that happen?

Gabrielle: Bo and I had a fight.

Max: It must've been some fight.

Gabrielle: It was. You know lately Bo seems to have had more time for everything and everyone else but me.

Max: Yeah.

Gabrielle: That's how it's been feeling, so I set up a special dinner for just Bo and I. We were going to have the terrace all to ourselves. We were going to go on a vacation, just the two of us. And then the next thing I know, the whole thing blew up in my face. He was angry, I was angry, and Troy was just there.

Max: And you just felt that you had to kiss him?

Gabrielle: No! He kissed me! Absolutely meaningless, of course.

Max: Oh, of course.

Gabrielle: Now Troy is trying to make it into some sort of big deal. He's left three messages on my cell phone, and he wants to see me again.

Max: Ooh, great.

Gabrielle: Well, I haven't returned any of his messages --

Max: No, no. You call him right back. You do not avoid him. You make it clear that it meant nothing and it's never going to happen again. It was a -- a momentary lapse, OK? The end.

Gabrielle: You think that's going to do it?

Max: Look, Troy seems to be a rational guy. He'll listen.

Troy: Lindsay. How you feeling?

Lindsay: Fine.

Troy: Yeah? Because, you know, you didn't take your medication today.

Lindsay: You're concerned about me. That's sweet.

Troy: What?

Lindsay: You came here to make love to me again, didn't you?

Troy: No, Lindsay, I didnít.

Lindsay: Oh. You're right. We should go down to the docks. I already told everybody that's our special place.

Sister Theresa: Poor thing. She's had a relapse. She was so looking forward to being released, but she became totally delusional during her evaluation. I'm afraid she'll have to stay with us for some time now.

Troy: It's tragic.


Asa: When is Kelly getting here?

Kevin: Soon. Meanwhile, I'm looking to hire a new reporter, cover local politics. Someone with credibility, someone persuasive. I'm about to show this town that they need a new D.A.

Asa: You looking to get rid of Gannon?

Kevin: Yeah, his time's come and gone.

Asa: Huh. Who you got in mind?

Flash: Ahem. I'm -- I'm not late, am I? Dinner, remember?

Asa: Of course I do. I'm surprised you showed. You've been calling me with one excuse after another for the last three days. Anyway, come on in. I want you to say hello to somebody.

Kevin: Hi. Kevin. It's nice to see you again. The last time I saw you, you were --

Flash: Yeah, I was, like, this big and I had a lisp. I know.

[Kevin chuckles]

Asa: Kevin, how would you like to join us for supper?

Kevin: Uh -- I've got plans. Some other time. You and I have a lot to catch up on. I look forward to it.

Asa: I'll walk you to the door. That plan you were just talking about had better not be with that woman who just called.

Kevin: It's a business dinner, that's it.

Asa: Are you hearing me? You cannot have any skeletons in your closet. If you're having marital problems, solve them.

Kevin: Everything is under control.

Asa: What -- what the hell kind of a getup is that?

Flash: What? You said to wear a dress, so I'm wearing a dress.

Asa: Hmm. The cook would like to know how you like your fillet.

Flash: I'm sorry?

Asa: Your steak -- how would you like it cooked?

Flash: Oh. I don't eat meat. I'm a vegetarian.

Asa: Ooh. This is going to be a long damn night. Hmm.


Blair: You're late.

Kevin: No, you're early.

Blair: Uh-uh.

Kevin: You also look absolutely gorgeous. You know, the next time I put an article about you in The Banner, I am definitely including a better picture.

Blair: OK, you know what? This was a really bad idea.

Kevin: No, no, no. This was a good idea. We had a deal. I told you that Dorian was going to be arrested for Mitch's murder, and I was right. You owe me dinner.

Blair: OK. Never let it be said that I don't pay my debts.

Kevin: Now, you don't expect me to believe the only reason you agreed to have dinner with me was because you lost a bet?

Blair: As a matter of fact, I have a little proposition for you.

Antonio: Keri. Is everything all right?

Keri: Yeah, fine. I was just looking for Hank.

[Phone rings]

Antonio: You -- you mind if I hold her for a minute?

Keri: Sure.

Rae: Excuse me. Hello?

Antonio: Oh, gosh. She changes every single time I see her.

Keri: Well, maybe you should see her more often.

Antonio: I'd like that.

Hank: Hey. All right. Look who's here -- my grandniece. Come here.

[Keri laughs]

Hank: Hi, beautiful. Hi, there. How are you?

Antonio: Getting more and more beautiful every day, Uncle Hank.

Hank: Yeah.

Antonio: Well, I've got -- I've got some work I need to finish up.

Marcie: The concert starts kind of late and it's a pretty long drive back from New York.

Al: Well, maybe we should stay in the city, you know? We could get a hotel room with separate beds. Separate rooms, if you want.

Marcie: Ooh.

Al: Hey, listen, I got to run. I got a couple of things to take care of. I will be back to pick you up after work, OK?

Marcie: Great. Great.

Al: Bye.

Marcie: Bye.

Rae: Antonio, your daughter -- she's absolutely beautiful.

Antonio: Yeah. She is, isn't she?

Rae: Yes. I'd really like to know what happened with Jessica.

Antonio: She blew me off, told me I'm not what she needs. How did she put it? I'm "a storm."

Rae: "A storm."

Antonio: My life's a mess. She can't take it anymore. She can't deal with it. Look, you know, Rae, I really don't feel like talking about this right now.

[Phone rings]

Rae: Damn. Sorry. Well, if you do want to talk, you know where to find me. Hello?

Antonio: Yeah.

Rae: Right. No, no. Let me just put my purse on and get my book, ok? I'll see you.

Hank: OK.

Rae: I'll be right down.

Hank: So, things are still tense between you and Antonio.

Keri: You know, I should've called before I came. I was -- I was looking for you. I didn't even know he would be here.

Hank: Oh, come on, Keri. Look, I'm just the excuse. Antonio is exactly why you came.

Troy: Whoa --

Jen: Whoa. Sorry.

Troy: No, no. Are you OK?

Jen: Fine. Actually, I'm better than fine.

Troy: Yeah? Well, you look better than fine, actually. How's your mom doing?

Jen: Good. She's great. She's having an evaluation today, and if she does well, she's going to get out.

Troy: Well, we're all hoping for the best.

Jen: Yeah, thanks.

Troy: Gabrielle, there you are. Well, you finally called me back. You know, you had me worried. I thought you might be having second thoughts there for a minute.

Gabrielle: Well, we do need to talk, that's true.

Troy: Yes, we sure do -- among other things.

Gabrielle: Get away from me!

Troy: Get away from you? What do you mean?

Gabrielle: Don't touch me. Don't touch me. How much clearer do I have to make this?

Troy: No, no -- whoa. Gabrielle, this was your idea here.

Gabrielle: None of this was my idea. This has been a terrible misunderstanding.

Troy: What the hell is going on with you?

Gabrielle: Last night, I was very upset and angry with Bo, and I had -- I had far too much to drink, and I let you kiss me --

Troy: Oh --

Gabrielle: And so it just went too far.

Troy: Oh, please, don't. Don't, OK? Don't even start accusing me of taking advantage of you, Gabrielle.

Gabrielle: Oh, for God's sakes, listen to me. It was one kiss!

Troy: You enjoyed it just as much as I did, OK?

Gabrielle: It was one stupid, impetuous mistake. I am deeply in love with Bo.

Troy: Really?

Gabrielle: Deeply.

Troy: Deeply, huh? Because you got a funny way of showing it, sister.

Gabrielle: You leave me alone. Do you understand me? I don't want you to call me. Just leave me alone, OK?

Troy: Don't play games with me, Gabrielle. I call the shots here. You're not getting rid of me. Not like this.

Blair: I want you to help me get my aunt Dorian out of jail.

Kevin: And why would I do that?

Blair: Because she's innocent.

Kevin: Well, you got to admit, she makes great copy.

Blair: Why don't you get over yourself?

Kevin: Look, I'm no fan of Aunt Dorian's, OK? I mean, the woman has been constantly by your side ever since I got back. It's time to lose the shadow, Blair. Step into the light. It looks a lot better on you.

Waiter: Vegetable medley. A very good choice.

Flash: Can I get some extra tofu with that?

Waiter: Sure.

Asa: Hmm.

Flash: You don't have to like it.

Asa: I'll tell you what I don't like -- my great-granddaughter singing in that sewer and living God knows where.

Flash: I'm living with Nora. I'm helping out with Matthew.

Asa: You should be living with me.

Blair: At least tell me how you got the evidence against Dorian.

Kevin: You mean reveal my source?

Blair: Mm-hmm. Your information is too specific. See, the way I figured, it must be someone inside the L.P.D. Maybe one of Uncle Bo's old buddies. What do you think?

Kevin: Dorian's guilty, Blair. That's where the evidence came from.

Blair: But the evidence is too convenient. Come on. The syringes just happened to be at Dorian's house? They find arsenic in her office? Look, you may hate my aunt Dorian or whatever you feel about her, but you know she's not stupid. Whoever gave you the tip may have framed her and might be framing me. Look, it's about truth, isn't it? Justice? Come on. Tell me who you were talking to.

Kevin: I would really like to help you out.

Blair: Yeah?

Kevin: The tip was anonymous.

Jen: When I left her earlier, she was better than she's been in months. She was totally coherent. I just -- I don't understand.

Sister Theresa: Calm yourself, please. We can only pray that she'll regain that stability.

Jen: I want to talk to her doctor.

Sister Theresa: Feel free. I'll leave the two of you alone.

Lindsay: Jen! You're back from Switzerland!

Jen: No, Mom, I've -- I've been in Llanview for, what, almost three years now?

Lindsay: Oh. Sorry. I get confused sometimes.

Jen: You've had a long day. But I've got some good news. You know how I told you that me and Joey Buchanan are in love? Well, we can be together now because he's going to leave the church just to be with me.

Lindsay: Oh, that's wonderful. Isn't being in love wonderful? So, what do you think?

Jen: It's very nice.

Lindsay: It looks just like him, doesn't it?

Jen: Who?

Lindsay: Who?

[Lindsay laughs]

Lindsay: You nut, it's Troy! It was the least I could do because he loves me so much.

Jen: Oh, God, mom.

Lindsay: I can't believe what we did down there on the docks --

Jen: Stop saying that.

Lindsay: But what I really can't believe is that he came back here to make love to me.

Jen: It never happened!

Lindsay: Why does that upset you so much? Why -- aren't you happy that I found someone to love me again?

Jen: I can't do this anymore. I just -- I can't do this.

Lindsay: Jen? Jen? Jen? Jen?

Sister Theresa: Lindsay, please don't upset yourself.

Lindsay: But my daughter's really mad at me.

Sister Theresa: Whatever it is, the two of you will work it out, I'm sure. Now, why don't you keep working on that beautiful sculpture you're creating? It seems to calm you.

Lindsay: Yeah. Yeah, maybe that's a good idea.

Walker: Hello, Lindsay.

Antonio: I'll see you a little later, OK, beautiful?

Keri: Antonio, Jamie and I were planning a picnic tomorrow in Angel Square. It's supposed to be a beautiful day. Maybe you want to join us?

Antonio: Tomorrow's not good for me.

Keri: It was just a thought.

Lindsay: Do I know you?

Walker: Yes. I'm your good friend, Walker. I heard you talking to your daughter. I'd like to help.

Lindsay: My daughter's really angry with me.

Walker: Hmm. No, she loves you, Lindsay. She's worried about you getting mixed up with a man like Troy MacIver.

Lindsay: Troy and I happen to be in love. I think that maybe you should go now.

Walker: I don't want to upset you, Lindsay, but I think it's time you knew the truth about Troy.

Lindsay: Who's that woman he's with?

Walker: There have been lots of women, Lindsay.

Lindsay: Well, this tape must -- must have been made before he met me.

Walker: Uh-uh. I'm afraid not. This one -- this was taken tonight.

Lindsay: No. No, that can't be real.

Marcie: Dr. Cummings?

Rae: Yes, Marcie?

Marcie: I'm sorry to trouble you --

Rae: No, no, it's all right.

Marcie: But I know you're so smart and you have all kinds of experience. I can't afford to pay you much, but I need your help.


Al: Dad.

Max: Hey, Al. What brings you around?

Al: Well, I just haven't seen you for a while.

Max: Well, I'm glad you came by. You are alone, aren't you?

Al: Yeah.

Max: You're not hiding Roxy anywhere?

Al: What do you mean?

Max: Come on, I know what you've been trying to do here, and let me save you some time. Roxy and me ain't going to happen.

Al: Well, how come, Dad? I mean, you guys really seem to like each other.

Max: We do, we do. We're great friends. I hope we're friends for a long time. Lord knows I get a kick out of her. But we are not going down that road again. So thanks, but, you know, manage your own love life, would you? Speaking of which, how is it going with Marcie?

Al: Things are good, really good. You know, we're taking it slow, which is how she wants it.

Max: Yeah? And you? You OK with that?

Al: Yeah, you know what? I am. I mean, she's happy. I'm happy.

Rae: Marcie, don't worry about the money. Just tell me what you need.

Marcie: Well, it's about me and Al. You know, I want to -- I mean that I think it's time for us to, you know, experience everything.

Rae: Meaning?

Marcie: I want to have sex.

Rae: Oh, I see.

Kevin: Thank you.

Blair: Hmm. What about incoming phone log? You got it, right?

Kevin: Why, so we can trace my tip?

Blair: Yes.

Kevin: Look, why don't we just focus on tonight? No more talk of Dorian or Mitch Laurence, newspapers --

Blair: Or your wife?

Flash: Thank you for the offer, but no thanks.

Asa: Well, my place is a damn sight better than Nora's.

Flash: Yeah, your -- your place is awesome, but that's kind of the point. If I move into your mansion, then sooner or later you're going to want something from me, and I'm just -- I'm not ready to owe anybody right now.

Asa: Well, I admit, I do admire you sticking to your guns. Not many people dare say no to Asa Buchanan. I guess that means you're a real Buchanan.

Blair: How come you change the subject every time I mention Kelly?

Kevin: How about this wine? No, I'm just joking because I don't.

Blair: Yes, you do. You know, I called her yesterday. And when I mentioned you or your marriage, she talked about the weather. But I did find out that the two of you spend an awful lot of time apart.

Kevin: Look, it's just scheduling, OK? That's it.

Blair: Hmm? Good.

Kevin: I came to Llanview for business, and she didn't have any free time yet.

Troy: Hey, Buchanan, how you feeling, huh? How you feeling? You feeling all right?

Kevin: Fine.

Troy: Yeah? No dizziness, nothing like that? Dizzy? Nothing?

Kevin: No, no. What are you talking about?

Troy: Well, let's just call it preventative maintenance, right? Because Blair here is going to dump you so fast, it's going to make your head spin.

Lindsay: This doesn't make any sense. Why would Troy be with all those women when he loves me?

Walker: Troy's setting you up, Lindsay. He hooked up with you at the docks the night Mitch was killed, yes? He made sure the police found your scarf. He's trying to pin Mitch's murder on you.

Lindsay: But I didn't do it.

Walker: He already told the police you did. He swore he saw you kill Mitch, and they believe him.

Lindsay: He would never do that to me.

Walker: He did it, Lindsay. They're coming to get you tonight, to arrest you, to ship you off to Statesville.

Lindsay: What am I going to do? Dear God, you got to help me.

Walker: Run -- as far and as fast as you can.

Lindsay: How?

Walker: There's enough money in here to get away.

Sister Theresa: Lindsay, it's time to say good night.

Lindsay: OK.

Walker: Don't you say a word. Trust no one. Run.

Sister Theresa: Lindsay?

Max: Well, it sounds like you and Marcie are right about where you should be.

Al: Yeah. Yeah, I guess we are. What about you, Dad? I mean, are you OK with how things went down at Capricorn?

Max: Sure. I mean, every ending's a new beginning, right? Now, I'm -- I'm a partner in a hair salon.

[Al laughs]

Al: Yeah. You know, I was thinking maybe that you should change the name to "Foxy Maxy's."

Max: I'm a silent partner. I'm much more comfortable that way. Thanks.

Al: Yeah. Still, I get the feeling that you don't think you're doing enough, Dad.

Max: Well, I've been looking around. Yeah, yeah. You're right, you're right. I -- I just think I need a big change in my life, do something different. Seen your mother lately?

Al: I have, but you know mom. She's just hyper, busy, here and there. Why do you ask?

Max: I just like to keep tabs on her, that's all.

Al: You still care about her, don't you, Dad?

Max: Hmm -- yeah, I guess I do.

Al: Guess that's cool.

[Door opens]

Gabrielle: Oh!

Max: Hey.

Al: We were just talking about you.

Gabrielle: What a -- what a lovely surprise.

Al: What's up?

Gabrielle: Uh -- nothing. Um -- just stopped by to talk to your dad about things, just see how things are going.

Al: Hmm.

Gabrielle: Yeah.

Al: OK. Well, good seeing you, Dad. I'm off.

Max: Good to see you.

Al: All right. Bye, Mom.

Gabrielle: Oh, good to see you. You have got to help me!

Marcie: I'm embarrassed about how I look.

Rae: Marcie, Al is already attracted to you. Otherwise, why would we be having this conversation, right?

Marcie: Yeah.

Rae: OK.

Marcie: That's just part of it. You know, what if I'm not, you know, good at it?

Rae: Oh. Hey -- hey, hey, hey. Listen to me. Making love is -- is with two people, right? And you know what? You're right. Sometimes it's not perfect right away. It's kind of like -- like a process of discovery. If you love each other, you'll find your way together. You know, this is a very big step. Yeah.

Marcie: Tell me about it.

Rae: You're going to be all right. Just don't do anything that doesn't feel right to you, all right? And -- and I have to say this. You are going to do safe sex, aren't you?

Marcie: Yeah, right. Safe sex.

Rae: OK.

Marcie: Totally safe, super safe .

Rae: All right.

Marcie: Thanks, Dr. Cummings. You've been incredibly helpful.

Rae: Good luck.

Hank: Hey, big guy. How you doing?

Antonio: Well, I think I got a good case against Dorian. I've got means, motive, opportunity.

Hank: Antonio, I'm talking personally.

Antonio: I'm fine.

Hank: You seem a little tense.

Antonio: I got a lot on my plate, that's all.

Hank: You know, maybe you should take a break, spend some time with your daughter.

Antonio: She's pretty amazing, isn't she?

Hank: Mm-hmm.

Antonio: She -- my problems just seem to fade away every single time I see her.

Hank: Yeah. Well, take it from me, time goes by really fast, and before you know it she's going to be in college. Don't waste the time.

Antonio: Thanks, Hank.

Hank: Yeah.

[Phone rings]

Keri: Hello?

Antonio: Keri, it's -- it's me. Listen -- tomorrow, I'm going to have -- I'm going to have some time after all, if that picnic with you and Jamie's still on.


Jen: Marcie.

Marcie: Jen, hi. What's wrong?

Jen: I just can't take it anymore.

Marcie: Rex?

Jen: My mom. She was supposed to get out of St. Ann's today, and I thought that everything was finally going to be better and it was going to be over and she was going to be home, but now she's not. And I actually had some good news that I wanted to tell her. I just don't have anybody to talk to anymore.

Marcie: Jen, you can always talk to me.

Jen: You were right. I only married Rex because I couldn't be with Joe. But now we're going to be together.

Marcie: You and Joe?

Jen: And he feels the same way as I do.

Marcie: Oh, Jen, that's great. Oh, I'm so happy for you. I mean, well, what about Rex? You guys are still married, right?

Jen: We're going to get a divorce.

Marcie: Oh, so once the divorce is final, you and Joe can really be together.

Jen: No, that's -- the cool part is that we don't have to wait much longer.

Marcie: Well, but Joe's a -- he's a curate, and he can't be with a married woman.

Jen: That's what's so amazing. Joe is going to leave the clergy just to be with me.

Marcie: Jen, that's horrible.


Asa: I can't believe I'm going to say this. You're pretty damn good. Your music leaves a lot to be desired, but someday I'm going to play you some real music. Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash --

Flash: I'm not sure about Willie Nelson, but, yeah, Johnny Cash is cool. Do you know he just covered "Hurt" by Nine Inch Nails?

Asa: The Nine Inches who?

Flash: Never mind. Look, thank you -- thank you for changing plans and all. I've -- I've had a really good time.

Asa: You're all right, you know that?

Flash: Thanks. So, can I go now? My friends are playing at the Garage, and I want to go.

Asa: Oh, yeah. You go ahead.

Flash: Thanks.

Asa: Oh, Honey, next time, wear the rest of the dress.

Flash: This is the rest of the dress.

[Asa chuckles]

Flash: Bye.

Asa: Bye.

Flash: Thanks.


Troy: Last week it was Walker Wa-- Walker Laurence, whatever -- like it matters. Look, you're already on to one of the Buchanan Boys, right? Everybody, step up to take a number!

[Bangs silverware on glass]

Blair: What is wrong with you?

Troy: What's wrong with me? Nothing's wrong with me. I'm the lucky one. I got out with my life. That's more than I can say for Todd or Sam, right?

Kevin: All right, you know what? That's enough. Why don't you go embarrass yourself someplace --

Troy: Why don't you go embarrass yourself someplace else, buddy, huh?

Kevin: All right --

Troy: I'm going to stay right here.

Kevin: Let's go. You want to talk to me? Let's go.

Troy: No, do it right here.

Blair: Get off of me.

Kevin: Let's go, pal. Come on, you -- let's go.

Asa: What the hell are you doing? Kelly's your damn cousin, for God's sakes. Making a play for her husband.

Blair: Listen, first of all, what I do is none of your business. And, secondly, I'm not making a play for anybody. That was a business dinner, Asa.

Asa: Oh, yeah?

Blair: Yeah.

Asa: Well, that better be all that's on your damn mind.

Kevin: All right, here's the headline -- "Drunken Doctor Disintegrates." Big picture of you. I'm sure your patients will love that.

Troy: Get off me, Buchanan. Ugh!

Walker: Oh, I'm sorry, did I hurt you?

[Troy groans]

Walker: Maybe you should have a doctor look at that. Get out of here. Get out of here.

Kevin: So, I've been following your stuff in The Sun. It's good, edgy.

Walker: Thanks.

Kevin: My offer still stands.

Walker: Hmm. Come to work for me at The Banner. You'll pay me twice much as I'm making now, and I'll be with a respected daily.

Blair: What's going on out here?

Walker: Well, Kevin just made me an offer to join The Banner for the second time.

Kevin: Well, you've never given me an answer.

Walker: This guy -- the answer's no, like I said. I like where I am.

Kevin: Well, you haven't heard my final offer.

Blair: That was your final offer, Kevin.

Kevin: Well, you can't blame a guy for trying. You ready for dessert?

Blair: After you just tried to steal my reporter? No, thank you. But you know what? You go order some and put it on my tab. Order a large dish of crow, and then choke on it! Would you mind taking me home, please?

Walker: My pleasure.

Asa: You want a career in politics, Boy, another divorce is the last thing you can afford. And Blair can make that happen in a quick second.

Kevin: I can take care of myself. I learned it from you, remember?

Blair: That low, lying, manipulative little -- don't you ever try that again.


Marcie: His religion is everything to him, Jen.

Jen: Well, obviously, some things are more important.

Marcie: But you've seen him down at the community center. People need him there. They love him. And he -- and he really helps!

Jen: Well, he can still help people. He'll just do it as a civilian.

Marcie: Don't you get it? Being a clergyman -- it's not just a job, it's a calling.

Jen: Oh, come on, Marcie. Things are finally starting to fall into place for me. Can't you just be happy for me?

Marcie: I am. Joe loves you. That's great. And I'm sure that he's really happy that you love him, too. But if he has to give up what he loves doing, then he won't be happy for long, and that may just wind up haunting both of you.

Gabrielle: Troy was so insistent, so I -- Max, I didn't go out with this man. He just came over to my table and sat down and started eating with me.

Gabrielle: And you made it perfectly clear you wanted nothing to do with him?

Gabrielle: Absolutely. But he was so dark and angry and strange.

Max: Oh -- come on, you just bruised his ego. Nobody likes being rejected, especially by a beautiful woman.

Gabrielle: You're just saying that to try and make me feel better, aren't you?

Max: Partly. But it also happens to be true. Look, I would go off or just straighten the guy out for you, but I think you've done a good enough job already. Besides, what's Troy going to do to you, anyway?

Troy: Where's Lindsay Rappaport?

Sister Theresa: In her room.

Troy: No, she's not. I just checked.

Sister Theresa: Doctor, are you all right?

Troy: Yeah. I'm sorry, sister. I just spent the whole night in the O.R.

Sister Theresa: Lindsay might be in the reading room. I'll see.

Troy: Thank you. Oh, God.

Gabrielle: Get away from me!

Sister Theresa: Guards? Guards, Lindsay Rappaport is missing!

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

Troy: I found something of yours. Why are you spying on me?

Kevin: That's pretty drastic for you, giving up everything for the girl.

Viki: Mitch Laurence really cannot hurt you anymore.

Walker: She didn't kill my brother.

Daniel: And how would you know that?

Walker: Because I know who did.

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