One Life to Live Transcript Friday 8/29/03

By Eric
Proofread by Melissa Dann

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David: Hi ya.

Dorian: For a man so eager to get his hands on a certain item, you certainly took your time getting here.

David: Well, your graciousness makes it worth the wait.

Dorian: You gave me a deadline, which I went racing off to meet, only to find out that you had left town.

David: I like to travel. And besides, I was confident that you wouldn't let the aforementioned item slip your grasp again, not since you value your life so highly. Give us a look.

David: I think we can work with that.

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Rae: Keri. Hi. May I? Thank you. Listen, I知 worried about this custody fight with Antonio.

Keri: The judge ruled against him. If he can't handle it, that's his problem.

Rae: No, no, no, no. It's not him that I知 worried about. It's you.

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Jessica: You see, the thing about kittens is they name themselves. And then when they get to know you well enough, they tell you what their name is.

Antonio: They tell you what it is?

Jessica: Mm-hmm. Well, it's not like having a baby where you need to slap the name down on a birth certificate. I -- I am so sorry. I can't believe that I just said that.

Antonio: No. Don't be. Look, honey, the judge made a stupid ruling. You know, I mean, we can't go the whole year without ever saying the word "baby."

Jessica: You know what? You're going to see your daughter, sooner than a year.

Antonio: Yeah.

Jessica: How's the appeal going? Any word?

Antonio: Oh, the lawyer said I got a good shot. I mean, I -- we might be -- another hearing any day now.

Jessica: See? Things are looking up.

Antonio: Yeah. Right.

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Rex: You know, whenever I see you here, you leave alone. Maybe we could fix that.

[Phone rings]

Woman: This is Karen. I値l meet you at your hotel room.

[Karen chuckles]

Karen: Well, that isn't on the regular menu. It's $100 extra. I guarantee it will be money well spent -- soon.

Rex: You're a --

Karen: Didn't your mother tell you it's not polite to call people names?

Rex: No, I was going to say "beautiful escort."

Karen: What a way with words.

Rex: Top-dollar beautiful escort.

Lindsay: Hey.

Rex: Hey, Lindsay.

Lindsay: I brought you something.

Rex: What's this?

Lindsay: Take a look. This is a new artist's work that I just got in at the gallery, and I thought it would look great here.

Rex: It's kind of edgy.

Lindsay: Yeah, he's good. Here.

Rex: Oh, all right. Listen, I知 really sorry I couldn't make dinner.

Lindsay: It's good you're busy.

Rex: I知 here practically every minute that I知 awake. Helps me from thinking about Jen. I知 glad Joe wasn't with her here last night. It would have made things even worse.

Lindsay: You mean she came here by herself?

Rex: I found that odd, too, them just being married and all. But as long as Jen's happy.

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Joey: Hey!

Jen: Oh.

Joey: What you watching?

Jen: You're not allowed to laugh.

Joey: Whoa -- I知 not making any promises.

Jen: "The Preacher's Wife."

[Joey laughs]

Jen: Just think of it as study notes, though I know I won't do nearly as well as Whitney Houston, but --

Joey: Well, Whitney Houston had her own personal private angel.

Jen: She had Denzel Washington. I have you.

Kevin: You two should lock that door if you want any privacy in this town. You know that, don't you? Here you go, catch that -- whoa, careful. That's crystal. It once belonged to Martha Washington.

Joey: Bread and salt. It's a wonderful life. You're so predictable.

Kevin: I know. Listen, Joey -- excuse me -- Joe -- there's this press conference next week. It'd be nice if you can make it. Maybe even break out a fresh white collar for the occasion?

Joey: Count on it.

Kevin: Just like that?

Joey: Just like that. Oh, I have my sources.

Kevin: Mm-hmm.

Jen: Kevin, I got the wedding pictures back.

Kevin: Really?

Jen: Yeah.

Kevin: Any good ones?

Jen: I love this one of you and Kelly. Here.

Kevin: Oh, yeah.

Jen: You guys look great. And also I love this one of Al and Marcie. I can't wait to show her.

Al: Voice of the Night here again. I know it's a bit early for me to be hitting the airwaves, but I hope you listen anyway. I need your help. You see, Marcie Walsh disappeared from Ultra Violet last night, and we all know who she is. She was wearing a striped top, black pants, and a pink sweater. If you're out there and you can hear me, don't worry, sweetie. I値l find you. You just hang in there, baby.

Al: If anyone out there has information on the whereabouts of Marcie Walsh, please contact me at the station. The number here is 555-0333.

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Man: Hey there, Deke. Hey, I thought you got expelled.

Deke: No, my parents hired lawyers. I知 not packing my bags just yet.

[Deke chuckles]

Maddie: Did you hear Holden on the radio?

Deke: Yeah, can you believe that? Al Holden is the Voice? What a joke.

Maddie: No, I知 not talking about that. He's on the air now.

Al: Marcie Walsh was last seen at Ultra Violet. She hasn't been heard from since. She was wearing a striped top, black pants, and a pink sweater.

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Woman: Can't just throw things away. Could be fixed, recycled.

Woman: Can't just throw things away, you know. Can't just throw things away. Got to recycle.

[Woman screams]

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Antonio: He plays batey like a taino.

Jessica: "Taino"?

Antonio: Hmm.

Jessica: Ah, Cristian told me about them. They were in Puerto Rico before the Spanish came, right?

Antonio: Right. Fishermen, mainly, but they used to play a game called batey. It's kind of like soccer, except no hands and no feet.

Jessica: What does "taino" mean?

Antonio: "Peace and friendship."

Jessica: Ah, you see? He just told us what his name was.

Antonio: Batey?

Jessica: No. Taino. I have so much to learn from you.

[Jessica chuckles]

Antonio: You're teaching me.

Jessica: Oh, really? What?

Antonio: To believe in the future.

Jessica: You know, you might just win on your appeal, Antonio. You're going to be with your daughter before you know it.

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Keri: Antonio assaulted me, twice.

Rae: So, you plan to stay in this town?

Keri: I won't let him intimidate me into leaving town again or letting him see my daughter. The only family that Jamie and I have is here.

R.J.: Hey.

Keri: Hi, dad.

Rae: And you're sure that's the only reason?

[Keri sighs]

Keri: Would you please leave?

Rae: Yes. Of course I will. You know, though, I was just wondering something. R.J., if Keri asked you to give up your business and leave town with her, what would you do?

R.J.: Why are you confiding in her? Why not just come right out and ask me?

Keri: It's Rae's question, not mine.

R.J.: OK, honey, but if that's what you really --

Keri: That's not what I want! I won't be intimidated into leaving town again. Why should turn my life inside out and scurry off into the night while Antonio stays here and has some happy, perfect life with someone else?

R.J.: OK, come on, Keri. We can have our dinner at Capricorn.

Keri: No, no. I知 fine. I知 sorry. I know I overreacted. I知 just under some stress here.

R.J.: And you certainly are not helping.

Rae: I think I probably know what you're feeling more than anybody else. Not that long ago, you know, I lost everything that mattered to me, everything that I had worked my life for. Did you know what? I was damn angry about it.

Keri: It's a horrible feeling.

Rae: You know what my reaction was to that feeling? To get even. And you know what? I was pretty good at it. But happy -- I was never really happy.

R.J.: OK, that is enough.

Rae: It took a very good friend to make me sit up and look at what I had become. It took your uncle Hank.

Keri: Why are you telling me this?

Rae: You know what? I think you already know.

R.J.: Keri, look. You did what you needed to do to protect Jamie and yourself. Vega brought this punishment on himself. He deserves it, and so -- so he won't get to know his daughter. And that's the worst suffering of all.

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Kevin: So, this whole marriage thing isn't working out at all, huh?

Joey: No, no, I hate it.

Kevin: Yeah.

Joey: How about you?

Kevin: Oh, it's good. In fact, it's perfect.

Joey: Really? Because I know you and Kelly spend a lot of time apart -- you know, work and her charities. It's got to take its toll.

Kevin: Nope.

Joey: Well, that's great. I mean, you really seem happy.

Kevin: What are you asking me, Joey?

Joey: Nothing, nothing. I just want everyone to be as happy as --

Kevin: As you? I don't think the world can handle that much happiness.

Joey: The world has an infinite capacity for happiness.

Kevin: Oh. I don't think I知 ever going to get used to the new you. Speaking of infinite happiness, I got to go meet Asa. So, listen, you're going to meet me at the press conference next week, right?

Joey: Yeah.

Kevin: Yeah? OK, well, maybe I値l see you at church. Whoops -- grab my jacket.

Joey: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Church?

Kevin: Yeah. Be good for me.

Joey: Oh, you mean it'd be good for your image.

Kevin: Hey, it's good for people to think that you're a moral, God-fearing man.

Joey: It's better to be one.

Kevin: Hey, we're working toward the same goal here.

Joey: How do you figure?

Kevin: Change for the better. We're just on different soapboxes.

Joey: Absolutely -- marriage was the best thing that ever happened to me.

Jen: Oh.

Kevin: I値l see you later. See you, Jen.

Jen: Bye.

Joey: So, did Marcie like the pictures?

Jen: Oh, she wasn't there. I had to slip it under her door. So, I heard what you said to Kevin, obviously.

Joey: Well, that was for your benefit. Kevin never listens to me.

Jen: Well, you are wrong. You know that.

Joey: About what?

Jen: Well, things are only going to get better. I mean, once I graduate, I知 going to have more time so I can help you out at St. James.

Joey: We'll expand the youth center so every kid in Llanview has a place to go.

Jen: And a couple of those kids will be ours. How about that?

Joey: You just said everything that I have ever dreamed of.

Jen: You know, it's funny, but it's everything that I never dreamed of, but now it's -- it's all that I want.

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Lindsay: Why would Jen come here by herself? I mean, they just got married. For crying out loud, they're newlyweds.

Rex: Oh, Joe probably had church business. Yeah, actually, somebody told me that he had to cover for reverend carpenter at bingo.

Lindsay: Bingo?

Rex: Anyway, Jen seemed to have a good time. She -- she danced, enjoyed the music. She was fine.

Lindsay: She always has a good time wherever she goes. And she stands out from the crowd, doesn't she?

Rex: Yeah. I miss that about her. But it was cool that Joe let her come alone to a place like this -- especially since it's not his scene.

Lindsay: How do you know that?

Rex: He came by after bingo.

Lindsay: Well, so they ended up having a good time here together for a little while at least, then?

Rex: No. Actually, he took her right home. I guess it was because he wanted to be with his new bride. That's healthy, isn't it?

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David: This will only hurt a second.

Dorian: Oh. I think I wore it well.

David: If not wisely.

Dorian: David, do you suppose that perhaps I could have one of the stones, you know, like this, oh, little darling teardrop in the center, as a commission for delivering the necklace?

David: Hmm -- no.

Dorian: I really did expect more from you.

David: I really did expect more from you, too, but you left me in prison.

Dorian: French magistrates don't come cheap. Besides, that's all in the past.

David: As is the Badhra diamond.

Dorian: So, I guess it's goodbye.

David: Not just yet. Have a seat.

Dorian: Oh, for Pete's sake.

David: There's another matter that I would like to address with you.

Dorian: Mm-hmm. What matter?

David: The robbery of the century.

Dorian: Hmm.

Dorian: "The robbery of the century."

David: Hmm.

Dorian: Find yourself another fool.

David: You're the only fool want. You know, together, we did many things well. I see no reason why this shouldn't be another one. You know, I figure the teardrop alone to be worth a cool million.

Dorian: Are you saying that you'd give it to me if I help you?

David: Are you saying that you'll help me?

Man: I have complete faith in Governor Brooks' decisions.

Kevin: Well, my appointment's not a done deal yet.

Asa: You're Brooks' choice, Kevin. Of course it's a done deal.

Man: I like a young man who knows not to take anything for granted.

Asa: And we're not going to forget the support of men like you, Arlen.

Arlen: Every candidate I've backed with a big contribution turned out to be a winner. I値l back Kevin to the Governor's Mansion and beyond.

Kevin: Don't let Harrison Brooks hear that. To victory.

Arlen: Don't you want to wait until it's a done deal?

[Kevin chuckles]

Arlen: Here's to returning favors.

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Maddie: I think we went too far.

Deke: Well, payback sucks. Walsh ought to know that.

Maddie: We don't even know if she's --

Al: What'd you do to Marcie?

Maddie: We didn't do anything. She got me expelled.

Al: Yeah? Well, if you hurt her, if you did anything to her, I swear --

Deke: What do we know about it? She's probably out getting more publicity for some stupid anti-war rally.

Al: Listen to me, Deke. If you had anything to do with what happened to her, I swear what I知 going to do to you will make prison seem like a picnic. And you, missy -- expulsion is going to be the least of your worries.

Maddie: We got to tell him we left her in the dumpster.

Deke: No. I said no.

Maddie: But what if she --

Deke: She's not. Marcie got out by now. She learned her lesson. Trust me. We just need to shut up about it. Nobody knows what we did, and nobody's going to find out.

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Jen: Oh, my God.

Woman: Reverend Joe?

Jen: No, he's not here.

Woman: I need to see him.

Jen: He's not here, OK?

Woman: Can I come in?

Jen: No, no. Just go to the shelter, OK?

Joey: Hey, Mary. How are you doing?

Mary: There's a monster in my house.

Joey: Monster? Do you want to come in? Come in. Go ahead. Please, go ahead. Hi, hon.

Jen: Hi.

Joey: Sit, sit, please. Are you hungry? Sit. Here. Do you want some tea or anything? OK. I値l get you some. Now, about this monster -- where exactly is the monster?

Mary: Home.

Joey: Well, I don't know where your home is, so where exactly?

Mary: I don't like the shelter. Thieves. Found a house in the alley. Llanview Hauling.

Joey: A dumpster and that's where the monster is? You know, I don't like you staying on the streets. We talked about that, remember?

Mary: Thieves at the shelter. I like my house.

Joey: OK, OK. How about this -- I値l drive you down to the shelter and look around for thieves. I don't want you sleeping in an alley, OK? I don't want anything to happen to you.

Mary: You'll check?

Joey: For thieves? Yes. Absolutely.

Mary: OK.

Joey: Now, how about that tea?

Mary: You are so nice and so kind and --

Joey: I知 just doing what anybody else would do. You need some help. I知 going to help you.

Joey: I got her to talk to somebody down at the shelter, but that's the best I could do. Hey -- what's wrong?

Jen: I really messed up.

Joey: What happened?

Jen: That woman.

Joey: Mary?

Jen: She came to see you, and I just got freaked out, practically slammed the door in her face.

Joey: Well, you didn't know who she was.

Jen: I just mess everything up. I mean, you offered her food, you had her come inside, and I just couldn't wait to get away from her.

Joey: I think we all get a little unsettled the first time around the homeless.

Jen: It was my first chance to be a good minister's wife, and I just blew it.

Joey: You don't have to do anything special. Just be yourself.

Jen: I just want to --

Joey: To be like Whitney Houston? Come on. I do not want Whitney Houston. I want you, Jennifer Rappaport.

Jen: Buchanan. Jennifer Rappaport-Buchanan.

Joey: The minister's wife.

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Rex: I appreciate you hanging out with me. Except for my sister, I don't have too many people I like talking to.

Lindsay: Well, I知 happy to be one of them.

Rex: Jen gets her good qualities from you, huh?

Lindsay: No. Actually, she gets all of her good qualities from Sam. Anyway, it's good for me to have someone to talk to as well because I知 out of practice.

Rex: Thanks, I guess.

[Phone rings]

Lindsay: I have to take this.

Rex: OK.

Lindsay: Hello?

Kevin: So, how's my investment going?

Rex: Your investment is your brother's marriage. You and I are square, clean slate. But, since you asked, Ultra Violet is doing great.

Kevin: Well, I知 glad to hear it.

Rex: Why are you here?

Kevin: To mold impressionable minds.

Rex: Uh-huh.

Kevin: You know, Rex, you could have a lot of influence on this town, on the commonwealth.

Rex: Is that a fact? How?

Kevin: Oh, a little political sweet-talking.

Rex: Well, I知 not into politics.

Kevin: Well, you ought to be. Baby boomers are retiring. It's our world now. Whoever gets the votes holds the power. By talking up certain candidates, you could affect changes you wouldn't believe.

Rex: OK. So maybe now I知 a little into politics.

Kevin: I might even be able to kick a fundraiser your way.

Rex: Well, the Ultra Violet crowd spends what it has on Ultra Violet.

Kevin: Doesn't cost anything to vote. Plus, I can bring in big-name bands, which would make a bigger crowd, which means more business for you, which makes everybody happy. I壇 be appreciative.

Rex: How appreciative?

Kevin: Oh, I think we could probably work out a sufficiently gratifying arrangement. Oh, by the way, you think you could help me arrange a little entertainment for some power players?

Rex: What do you need?

Kevin: I bring them to you, you give them what they want.

Rex: Anything's possible for a price.

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Asa: How is the weather in Harrisburg?

[Asa chuckles]

Asa: I imagine for you, congressman, it's always hot in Harrisburg. Anyway, Kevin and I are really looking forward to seeing you next week. Right. Bye.

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R.J.: OK, Gretel, it's time for you to leave my daughter alone.

Rae: Really? You do know that Keri and I have been friends a long time.

R.J.: And now you've upset her.

Rae: She's upset a lot, isn't she? I mean, when was the last time you saw her happy?

R.J.: And what's your point?

Rae: It's not just the stress or this terrible situation she's in. Keri is clinically depressed.

R.J.: Look, on top of everything else that she's been through, she's still mourning the death of her mother.

Rae: Yes, of course she is, but I think it's even more than that. I think she's spinning out of control.

R.J.: Well, Keri will come out of it.

Rae: You have to get her some help. You have to.

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Keri: Tonio -- wait, please.

Antonio: You want a court order that says I can't see my baby, so you know what? Right now I can't stand being around you.

Keri: Don't say that.

Antonio: You want everyone to think that I assaulted you. How can you lie about something like that?

Keri: I just want to talk about this with you.

Antonio: There's nothing left to say.

Keri: I don't want you to hate me anymore.

Antonio: You took my daughter from me twice. And I don't know which one was more cruel -- when you let me believe she was dead or now when you let me know she's alive and then you keep me from watching her grow up.

Keri: I知 sorry.

Antonio: Don't even bother. I have to go.

Jessica: Antonio, hey.

Antonio: Hey.

Jessica: They're going to give me four credits for my work at The Banner.

Keri: Can't I go anywhere without seeing you guys together?

Jessica: Keri, come on. I mean, we're bound to cross paths at some time. Can't --

Keri: I hope that he causes you as much pain as he did me, sleeping with my mother --

Jessica: Keri!

Keri: With you.

Jessica: That's way out of line.

Keri: I hope that he hurts you as much as he hurts everybody else --

Antonio: Enough! What the hell's the matter with you? You say you don't want me to hate you, and then you act like this? I don't recognize you anymore.

Antonio's voice: Right now I can't stand being around you. I can't stand being around you! I can't stand being around you!

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Dorian: OK, I have watched you eat an entire dinner from appetizer to sucking the marrow out of those bones, and, my dear, you still haven't made me a decent offer, so I guess it's no deal. Besides which, there is nothing that would make it worthwhile getting wrapped up with you again.

David: Oh, you used to like getting wrapped up with me.

Dorian: Oh.

David: The count would be very interested to know that I've been in contact with you. Why don't you sit down. That's my girl.

Dorian: What's the deal?

David: Not here.

Dorian: Oh, no, of course not here. No. No. No, no, no, no. Walls have ears. Let's just drag this thing out. Yes, indeed, because we shouldn't talk about it in this nice, secluded, nefarious spot.

David: You know, that is exactly the behavior that makes my dialing finger itchy. I値l meet you at your house tomorrow.

Dorian: My house?

David: Hmm. Our house, actually. If you remember, we used to live there as man and wife. And I believe we spent at least a couple happy, breathless evenings.

Dorian: I believe you spent nearly all of my money.

David: Yes, I did, didn't I? Just be there. Overseas calls can be very expensive. Oh, and don't forget to leave your standard 8% tip.

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Antonio: She makes up all this stuff, like all these terrible things that I supposedly did to her, and then she never even mentions the entire time she let me believe that they were -- I shouldn't even talk about it.

Jessica: Do you know what the important thing is, though? That you didn't lose it on Keri.

Antonio: Honey, I was yelling at her in the middle of the student union.

Jessica: Yes, but she provoked you. Deliberately or not, she did, and you didn't play into it.

Antonio: I guess.

Jessica: I was really proud of you.

Antonio: You know why I did it? Because of you. Because you help me remember how much I have to lose if I don't keep my cool.

Jessica: Well, don't think that I won't be there the next time and the time after that and the time after that. You're stuck with me, Vega.

Antonio: You make me feel like -- like Keri can't touch me now.

Jessica: All she has are words.

Antonio: Yeah, and she's already done the worst she can.

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R.J.: I know this has been a hard time for you, but I think it's time that you got out and met some other people. Look, just the other day I met this guy who seemed nice enough, so I invited him to have lunch with us tomorrow. I know it sounds crazy, but it could be fun, right? A little new conversation, a little distraction. Honey, it's time you started thinking about yourself. Think about your future.

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Asa: I just spoke to -- shoot -- what the hell's his name? -- In Harrisburg.

Kevin: You know, Asa, if we're counting on campaign contributions from these guys, you ought to try to remember their names.

Asa: Don't you worry. I will remember his name when he coughs up the dough.

Kevin: Careful. I don't want to spend all my time paying back favors instead of getting things done. That's if, of course, I get into office.

Asa: You will. It's just how the game is played. And, Kevin, they're not favors. They are compromises. Just make sure you're not the one being compromised.

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Arlen: Kevin Buchanan said you could -- I知 looking for some companionship one of these nights. Someone cultured and sophisticated, someone I can talk to, have dinner with, relax. No commitments beyond that, you understand?

Rex: I don't know. It's kind of short notice.

Arlen: Buchanan said I could count on you. He said it wouldn't be a problem.

Rex: No, no, it's not. Not at all. I know exactly what you're looking for, and I can definitely introduce you to somebody.

Arlen: Excellent. I知 at the palace.

Rex: Right. I値l give you a call when it's set up.

Arlen: Thanks.

Rex: No problem. Hey, how'd the call go?

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Lindsay: I love being back in business. I love the buyers. I love the artists. I love being back in circulation.

Rex: Well, then, I wonder if I can ask you a favor.

Lindsay: That depends.

Rex: The father of a friend of mine is in town, and I told him that I would show him around Llanview, but I知 having trouble getting coverage here. The poor guy doesn't know a soul in town, and I feel really bad ditching him. Just have dinner with him? He's actually a very nice guy. He loves the arts. You'll have a good time, I promise.

Lindsay: I don't know. I mean, this is social. I don't even know this person.

Rex: Well, just treat him like a -- client. Just be friendly. Be yourself. He would be very grateful. So would I.

Lindsay: OK. As a favor to you.

Rex: Thank you.

Lindsay: I mean, what could it hurt, right? It's just dinner.

Rex: Dinner.

Joey: "And when you reapest the harvest of your land, thou shalt not make clear riddance of the corners of thy field when thou reapest. Neither shalt thou gather any gleanings of thy harvest for thou shalt leave them for the poor and for the stranger." You remember Jen, don't you?

Jen: I知 the minister's wife.

Joey: This woman is cold and thirsty. Would you please give her something to drink? Not that! I meant like tea! Can't you see this woman shouldn't be drinking?

[Rex laughs]

Rex: Yeah, right! Minister's wife.

[Rex laughs]

Rex: Whoo!

Rex: Yeah, it's all set up. Nah, you'll love her. She's very classy. OK. Bye.

Al: Rex, I've looked everywhere. I can't find Marcie, man. It's been at least 24 hours.

Rex: OK, well, listen, can't the cops help? She works for them.

Al: No, they're already turning the city upside down. Look, this is the last place that anybody saw her, OK? Did you remember anything from last night, anyone suspicious at all? Anything.

Rex: We've been over this five times. If I knew something, I壇 tell you.

Mary: Can I have some food? I don't have any money.

Rex: Well, then food could be a problem, huh, couldn't it? Go beg at the Palace.

Al: Excuse me, excuse me. Where did you get that sweater?

Mary: I didn't steal it.

Al: No, I know. OK, listen. I知 sorry, I知 sorry. You can have the sweater, OK? In fact, why don't you go and get yourself a nice meal, OK? Just tell me where you found the sweater, please?

Mary: In the alley. Llanview Hauling.

Al: Here you go. Llanview Hauling.

Rex: The dumpster out back.

Al: Oh, my God. Marcie -- Marcie! Marcie. Oh, my God. Oh, my God, oh, my God, oh, my God. Marcie, Marcie. Marcie!

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

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

>> Welcome to a very special day at "One Life to Live," a day that you, our fans, have asked for.

Nora: I do want to be your friend, Lindsay. Your best friend.

Jen: Either you stay here with me, Cristian, or you all die.

Clint: Natalie.

Natalie: Dad.

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David: Hiya.

Dorian: For a man so eager to get his hands on a certain item, you certainly took your time getting here.

David: Well, your graciousness makes it worth the wait.

Dorian: You gave me a deadline, which I went racing off to meet, only to find out that you had left town.

David: I like to travel. And besides, I was confident that you wouldn't let the aforementioned item slip your grasp again, not since you value your life so highly. Give us a look.

David: I think we can work with that.

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Rae: Keri. Hi. May I? Thank you. Listen, I知 worried about this custody fight with Antonio.

Keri: The judge ruled against him. If he can't handle it, that's his problem.

Rae: No, no, no, no. It's not him that I知 worried about. It's you.

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Jessica: You see, the thing about kittens is they name themselves. And then when they get to know you well enough, they tell you what their name is.

Antonio: They tell you what it is?

Jessica: Mm-hmm. Well, it's not like having a baby where you need to slap the name down on a birth certificate. I -- I am so sorry. I can't believe that I just said that.

Antonio: No. Don't be. Look, honey, the judge made a stupid ruling. You know, I mean, we can't go the whole year without ever saying the word "baby."

Jessica: You know what? You're going to see your daughter, sooner than a year.

Antonio: Yeah.

Jessica: How's the appeal going? Any word?

Antonio: Oh, the lawyer said I got a good shot. I mean, I -- we might be -- another hearing any day now.

Jessica: See? Things are looking up.

Antonio: Yeah. Right.

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Rex: You know, whenever I see you here, you leave alone. Maybe we could fix that.

[Phone rings]

Woman: This is Karen. I値l meet you at your hotel room.

[Karen chuckles]

Karen: Well, that isn't on the regular menu. It's $100 extra. I guarantee it will be money well spent -- soon.

Rex: You're a --

Karen: Didn't your mother tell you it's not polite to call people names?

Rex: No, I was going to say "beautiful escort."

Karen: What a way with words.

Rex: Top-dollar beautiful escort.

Lindsay: Hey.

Rex: Hey, Lindsay.

Lindsay: I brought you something.

Rex: What's this?

Lindsay: Take a look. This is a new artist's work that I just got in at the gallery, and I thought it would look great here.

Rex: It's kind of edgy.

Lindsay: Yeah, he's good. Here.

Rex: Oh, all right. Listen, I知 really sorry I couldn't make dinner.

Lindsay: It's good you're busy.

Rex: I知 here practically every minute that I知 awake. Helps me from thinking about Jen. I知 glad Joe wasn't with her here last night. It would have made things even worse.

Lindsay: You mean she came here by herself?

Rex: I found that odd, too, them just being married and all. But as long as Jen's happy.

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Joey: Hey!

Jen: Oh.

Joey: What you watching?

Jen: You're not allowed to laugh.

Joey: Whoa -- I知 not making any promises.

Jen: "The Preacher's Wife."

[Joey laughs]

Jen: Just think of it as study notes, though I know I won't do nearly as well as Whitney Houston, but --

Joey: Well, Whitney Houston had her own personal private angel.

Jen: She had Denzel Washington. I have you.

Kevin: You two should lock that door if you want any privacy in this town. You know that, don't you? Here you go, catch that -- whoa, careful. That's crystal. It once belonged to Martha Washington.

Joey: Bread and salt. It's a wonderful life. You're so predictable.

Kevin: I know. Listen, Joey -- excuse me -- Joe -- there's this press conference next week. It'd be nice if you can make it. Maybe even break out a fresh white collar for the occasion?

Joey: Count on it.

Kevin: Just like that?

Joey: Just like that. Oh, I have my sources.

Kevin: Mm-hmm.

Jen: Kevin, I got the wedding pictures back.

Kevin: Really?

Jen: Yeah.

Kevin: Any good ones?

Jen: I love this one of you and Kelly. Here.

Kevin: Oh, yeah.

Jen: You guys look great. And also I love this one of Al and Marcie. I can't wait to show her.

Al: Voice of the Night here again. I know it's a bit early for me to be hitting the airwaves, but I hope you listen anyway. I need your help. You see, Marcie Walsh disappeared from Ultra Violet last night, and we all know who she is. She was wearing a striped top, black pants, and a pink sweater. If you're out there and you can hear me, don't worry, sweetie. I値l find you. You just hang in there, baby.

Al: If anyone out there has information on the whereabouts of Marcie Walsh, please contact me at the station. The number here is 555-0333.

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Man: Hey there, Deke. Hey, I thought you got expelled.

Deke: No, my parents hired lawyers. I知 not packing my bags just yet.

[Deke chuckles]

Maddie: Did you hear Holden on the radio?

Deke: Yeah, can you believe that? Al Holden is the Voice? What a joke.

Maddie: No, I知 not talking about that. He's on the air now.

Al: Marcie Walsh was last seen at Ultra Violet. She hasn't been heard from since. She was wearing a striped top, black pants, and a pink sweater.

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Woman: Can't just throw things away. Could be fixed, recycled.

Woman: Can't just throw things away, you know. Can't just throw things away. Got to recycle.

[Woman screams]

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Antonio: He plays batey like a taino.

Jessica: "Taino"?

Antonio: Hmm.

Jessica: Ah, Cristian told me about them. They were in Puerto Rico before the Spanish came, right?

Antonio: Right. Fishermen, mainly, but they used to play a game called batey. It's kind of like soccer, except no hands and no feet.

Jessica: What does "taino" mean?

Antonio: "Peace and friendship."

Jessica: Ah, you see? He just told us what his name was.

Antonio: Batey?

Jessica: No. Taino. I have so much to learn from you.

[Jessica chuckles]

Antonio: You're teaching me.

Jessica: Oh, really? What?

Antonio: To believe in the future.

Jessica: You know, you might just win on your appeal, Antonio. You're going to be with your daughter before you know it.

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Keri: Antonio assaulted me, twice.

Rae: So, you plan to stay in this town?

Keri: I won't let him intimidate me into leaving town again or letting him see my daughter. The only family that Jamie and I have is here.

R.J.: Hey.

Keri: Hi, dad.

Rae: And you're sure that's the only reason?

[Keri sighs]

Keri: Would you please leave?

Rae: Yes. Of course I will. You know, though, I was just wondering something. R.J., if Keri asked you to give up your business and leave town with her, what would you do?

R.J.: Why are you confiding in her? Why not just come right out and ask me?

Keri: It's Rae's question, not mine.

R.J.: OK, honey, but if that's what you really --

Keri: That's not what I want! I won't be intimidated into leaving town again. Why should turn my life inside out and scurry off into the night while Antonio stays here and has some happy, perfect life with someone else?

R.J.: OK, come on, Keri. We can have our dinner at Capricorn.

Keri: No, no. I知 fine. I知 sorry. I know I overreacted. I知 just under some stress here.

R.J.: And you certainly are not helping.

Rae: I think I probably know what you're feeling more than anybody else. Not that long ago, you know, I lost everything that mattered to me, everything that I had worked my life for. Did you know what? I was damn angry about it.

Keri: It's a horrible feeling.

Rae: You know what my reaction was to that feeling? To get even. And you know what? I was pretty good at it. But happy -- I was never really happy.

R.J.: OK, that is enough.

Rae: It took a very good friend to make me sit up and look at what I had become. It took your uncle Hank.

Keri: Why are you telling me this?

Rae: You know what? I think you already know.

R.J.: Keri, look. You did what you needed to do to protect Jamie and yourself. Vega brought this punishment on himself. He deserves it, and so -- so he won't get to know his daughter. And that's the worst suffering of all.

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Kevin: So, this whole marriage thing isn't working out at all, huh?

Joey: No, no, I hate it.

Kevin: Yeah.

Joey: How about you?

Kevin: Oh, it's good. In fact, it's perfect.

Joey: Really? Because I know you and Kelly spend a lot of time apart -- you know, work and her charities. It's got to take its toll.

Kevin: Nope.

Joey: Well, that's great. I mean, you really seem happy.

Kevin: What are you asking me, Joey?

Joey: Nothing, nothing. I just want everyone to be as happy as --

Kevin: As you? I don't think the world can handle that much happiness.

Joey: The world has an infinite capacity for happiness.

Kevin: Oh. I don't think I知 ever going to get used to the new you. Speaking of infinite happiness, I got to go meet Asa. So, listen, you're going to meet me at the press conference next week, right?

Joey: Yeah.

Kevin: Yeah? OK, well, maybe I値l see you at church. Whoops -- grab my jacket.

Joey: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Church?

Kevin: Yeah. Be good for me.

Joey: Oh, you mean it'd be good for your image.

Kevin: Hey, it's good for people to think that you're a moral, God-fearing man.

Joey: It's better to be one.

Kevin: Hey, we're working toward the same goal here.

Joey: How do you figure?

Kevin: Change for the better. We're just on different soapboxes.

Joey: Absolutely -- marriage was the best thing that ever happened to me.

Jen: Oh.

Kevin: I値l see you later. See you, Jen.

Jen: Bye.

Joey: So, did Marcie like the pictures?

Jen: Oh, she wasn't there. I had to slip it under her door. So, I heard what you said to Kevin, obviously.

Joey: Well, that was for your benefit. Kevin never listens to me.

Jen: Well, you are wrong. You know that.

Joey: About what?

Jen: Well, things are only going to get better. I mean, once I graduate, I知 going to have more time so I can help you out at St. James.

Joey: We'll expand the youth center so every kid in Llanview has a place to go.

Jen: And a couple of those kids will be ours. How about that?

Joey: You just said everything that I have ever dreamed of.

Jen: You know, it's funny, but it's everything that I never dreamed of, but now it's -- it's all that I want.

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Lindsay: Why would Jen come here by herself? I mean, they just got married. For crying out loud, they're newlyweds.

Rex: Oh, Joe probably had church business. Yeah, actually, somebody told me that he had to cover for reverend carpenter at bingo.

Lindsay: Bingo?

Rex: Anyway, Jen seemed to have a good time. She -- she danced, enjoyed the music. She was fine.

Lindsay: She always has a good time wherever she goes. And she stands out from the crowd, doesn't she?

Rex: Yeah. I miss that about her. But it was cool that Joe let her come alone to a place like this -- especially since it's not his scene.

Lindsay: How do you know that?

Rex: He came by after bingo.

Lindsay: Well, so they ended up having a good time here together for a little while at least, then?

Rex: No. Actually, he took her right home. I guess it was because he wanted to be with his new bride. That's healthy, isn't it?

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David: This will only hurt a second.

Dorian: Oh. I think I wore it well.

David: If not wisely.

Dorian: David, do you suppose that perhaps I could have one of the stones, you know, like this, oh, little darling teardrop in the center, as a commission for delivering the necklace?

David: Hmm -- no.

Dorian: I really did expect more from you.

David: I really did expect more from you, too, but you left me in prison.

Dorian: French magistrates don't come cheap. Besides, that's all in the past.

David: As is the Badhra diamond.

Dorian: So, I guess it's goodbye.

David: Not just yet. Have a seat.

Dorian: Oh, for Pete's sake.

David: There's another matter that I would like to address with you.

Dorian: Mm-hmm. What matter?

David: The robbery of the century.

Dorian: Hmm.

Dorian: "The robbery of the century."

David: Hmm.

Dorian: Find yourself another fool.

David: You're the only fool want. You know, together, we did many things well. I see no reason why this shouldn't be another one. You know, I figure the teardrop alone to be worth a cool million.

Dorian: Are you saying that you'd give it to me if I help you?

David: Are you saying that you'll help me?

Man: I have complete faith in Governor Brooks' decisions.

Kevin: Well, my appointment's not a done deal yet.

Asa: You're Brooks' choice, Kevin. Of course it's a done deal.

Man: I like a young man who knows not to take anything for granted.

Asa: And we're not going to forget the support of men like you, Arlen.

Arlen: Every candidate I've backed with a big contribution turned out to be a winner. I値l back Kevin to the Governor's Mansion and beyond.

Kevin: Don't let Harrison Brooks hear that. To victory.

Arlen: Don't you want to wait until it's a done deal?

[Kevin chuckles]

Arlen: Here's to returning favors.

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Maddie: I think we went too far.

Deke: Well, payback sucks. Walsh ought to know that.

Maddie: We don't even know if she's --

Al: What'd you do to Marcie?

Maddie: We didn't do anything. She got me expelled.

Al: Yeah? Well, if you hurt her, if you did anything to her, I swear --

Deke: What do we know about it? She's probably out getting more publicity for some stupid anti-war rally.

Al: Listen to me, Deke. If you had anything to do with what happened to her, I swear what I知 going to do to you will make prison seem like a picnic. And you, missy -- expulsion is going to be the least of your worries.

Maddie: We got to tell him we left her in the dumpster.

Deke: No. I said no.

Maddie: But what if she --

Deke: She's not. Marcie got out by now. She learned her lesson. Trust me. We just need to shut up about it. Nobody knows what we did, and nobody's going to find out.

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Jen: Oh, my God.

Woman: Reverend Joe?

Jen: No, he's not here.

Woman: I need to see him.

Jen: He's not here, OK?

Woman: Can I come in?

Jen: No, no. Just go to the shelter, OK?

Joey: Hey, Mary. How are you doing?

Mary: There's a monster in my house.

Joey: Monster? Do you want to come in? Come in. Go ahead. Please, go ahead. Hi, hon.

Jen: Hi.

Joey: Sit, sit, please. Are you hungry? Sit. Here. Do you want some tea or anything? OK. I値l get you some. Now, about this monster -- where exactly is the monster?

Mary: Home.

Joey: Well, I don't know where your home is, so where exactly?

Mary: I don't like the shelter. Thieves. Found a house in the alley. Llanview Hauling.

Joey: A dumpster and that's where the monster is? You know, I don't like you staying on the streets. We talked about that, remember?

Mary: Thieves at the shelter. I like my house.

Joey: OK, OK. How about this -- I値l drive you down to the shelter and look around for thieves. I don't want you sleeping in an alley, OK? I don't want anything to happen to you.

Mary: You'll check?

Joey: For thieves? Yes. Absolutely.

Mary: OK.

Joey: Now, how about that tea?

Mary: You are so nice and so kind and --

Joey: I知 just doing what anybody else would do. You need some help. I知 going to help you.

Joey: I got her to talk to somebody down at the shelter, but that's the best I could do. Hey -- what's wrong?

Jen: I really messed up.

Joey: What happened?

Jen: That woman.

Joey: Mary?

Jen: She came to see you, and I just got freaked out, practically slammed the door in her face.

Joey: Well, you didn't know who she was.

Jen: I just mess everything up. I mean, you offered her food, you had her come inside, and I just couldn't wait to get away from her.

Joey: I think we all get a little unsettled the first time around the homeless.

Jen: It was my first chance to be a good minister's wife, and I just blew it.

Joey: You don't have to do anything special. Just be yourself.

Jen: I just want to --

Joey: To be like Whitney Houston? Come on. I do not want Whitney Houston. I want you, Jennifer Rappaport.

Jen: Buchanan. Jennifer Rappaport-Buchanan.

Joey: The minister's wife.

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Rex: I appreciate you hanging out with me. Except for my sister, I don't have too many people I like talking to.

Lindsay: Well, I知 happy to be one of them.

Rex: Jen gets her good qualities from you, huh?

Lindsay: No. Actually, she gets all of her good qualities from Sam. Anyway, it's good for me to have someone to talk to as well because I知 out of practice.

Rex: Thanks, I guess.

[Phone rings]

Lindsay: I have to take this.

Rex: OK.

Lindsay: Hello?

Kevin: So, how's my investment going?

Rex: Your investment is your brother's marriage. You and I are square, clean slate. But, since you asked, Ultra Violet is doing great.

Kevin: Well, I知 glad to hear it.

Rex: Why are you here?

Kevin: To mold impressionable minds.

Rex: Uh-huh.

Kevin: You know, Rex, you could have a lot of influence on this town, on the commonwealth.

Rex: Is that a fact? How?

Kevin: Oh, a little political sweet-talking.

Rex: Well, I知 not into politics.

Kevin: Well, you ought to be. Baby boomers are retiring. It's our world now. Whoever gets the votes holds the power. By talking up certain candidates, you could affect changes you wouldn't believe.

Rex: OK. So maybe now I知 a little into politics.

Kevin: I might even be able to kick a fundraiser your way.

Rex: Well, the Ultra Violet crowd spends what it has on Ultra Violet.

Kevin: Doesn't cost anything to vote. Plus, I can bring in big-name bands, which would make a bigger crowd, which means more business for you, which makes everybody happy. I壇 be appreciative.

Rex: How appreciative?

Kevin: Oh, I think we could probably work out a sufficiently gratifying arrangement. Oh, by the way, you think you could help me arrange a little entertainment for some power players?

Rex: What do you need?

Kevin: I bring them to you, you give them what they want.

Rex: Anything's possible for a price.

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Asa: How is the weather in Harrisburg?

[Asa chuckles]

Asa: I imagine for you, congressman, it's always hot in Harrisburg. Anyway, Kevin and I are really looking forward to seeing you next week. Right. Bye.

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R.J.: OK, Gretel, it's time for you to leave my daughter alone.

Rae: Really? You do know that Keri and I have been friends a long time.

R.J.: And now you've upset her.

Rae: She's upset a lot, isn't she? I mean, when was the last time you saw her happy?

R.J.: And what's your point?

Rae: It's not just the stress or this terrible situation she's in. Keri is clinically depressed.

R.J.: Look, on top of everything else that she's been through, she's still mourning the death of her mother.

Rae: Yes, of course she is, but I think it's even more than that. I think she's spinning out of control.

R.J.: Well, Keri will come out of it.

Rae: You have to get her some help. You have to.

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Keri: Tonio -- wait, please.

Antonio: You want a court order that says I can't see my baby, so you know what? Right now I can't stand being around you.

Keri: Don't say that.

Antonio: You want everyone to think that I assaulted you. How can you lie about something like that?

Keri: I just want to talk about this with you.

Antonio: There's nothing left to say.

Keri: I don't want you to hate me anymore.

Antonio: You took my daughter from me twice. And I don't know which one was more cruel -- when you let me believe she was dead or now when you let me know she's alive and then you keep me from watching her grow up.

Keri: I知 sorry.

Antonio: Don't even bother. I have to go.

Jessica: Antonio, hey.

Antonio: Hey.

Jessica: They're going to give me four credits for my work at The Banner.

Keri: Can't I go anywhere without seeing you guys together?

Jessica: Keri, come on. I mean, we're bound to cross paths at some time. Can't --

Keri: I hope that he causes you as much pain as he did me, sleeping with my mother --

Jessica: Keri!

Keri: With you.

Jessica: That's way out of line.

Keri: I hope that he hurts you as much as he hurts everybody else --

Antonio: Enough! What the hell's the matter with you? You say you don't want me to hate you, and then you act like this? I don't recognize you anymore.

Antonio's voice: Right now I can't stand being around you. I can't stand being around you! I can't stand being around you!

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Dorian: OK, I have watched you eat an entire dinner from appetizer to sucking the marrow out of those bones, and, my dear, you still haven't made me a decent offer, so I guess it's no deal. Besides which, there is nothing that would make it worthwhile getting wrapped up with you again.

David: Oh, you used to like getting wrapped up with me.

Dorian: Oh.

David: The count would be very interested to know that I've been in contact with you. Why don't you sit down. That's my girl.

Dorian: What's the deal?

David: Not here.

Dorian: Oh, no, of course not here. No. No. No, no, no, no. Walls have ears. Let's just drag this thing out. Yes, indeed, because we shouldn't talk about it in this nice, secluded, nefarious spot.

David: You know, that is exactly the behavior that makes my dialing finger itchy. I値l meet you at your house tomorrow.

Dorian: My house?

David: Hmm. Our house, actually. If you remember, we used to live there as man and wife. And I believe we spent at least a couple happy, breathless evenings.

Dorian: I believe you spent nearly all of my money.

David: Yes, I did, didn't I? Just be there. Overseas calls can be very expensive. Oh, and don't forget to leave your standard 8% tip.

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Antonio: She makes up all this stuff, like all these terrible things that I supposedly did to her, and then she never even mentions the entire time she let me believe that they were -- I shouldn't even talk about it.

Jessica: Do you know what the important thing is, though? That you didn't lose it on Keri.

Antonio: Honey, I was yelling at her in the middle of the student union.

Jessica: Yes, but she provoked you. Deliberately or not, she did, and you didn't play into it.

Antonio: I guess.

Jessica: I was really proud of you.

Antonio: You know why I did it? Because of you. Because you help me remember how much I have to lose if I don't keep my cool.

Jessica: Well, don't think that I won't be there the next time and the time after that and the time after that. You're stuck with me, Vega.

Antonio: You make me feel like -- like Keri can't touch me now.

Jessica: All she has are words.

Antonio: Yeah, and she's already done the worst she can.

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R.J.: I know this has been a hard time for you, but I think it's time that you got out and met some other people. Look, just the other day I met this guy who seemed nice enough, so I invited him to have lunch with us tomorrow. I know it sounds crazy, but it could be fun, right? A little new conversation, a little distraction. Honey, it's time you started thinking about yourself. Think about your future.

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Asa: I just spoke to -- shoot -- what the hell's his name? -- In Harrisburg.

Kevin: You know, Asa, if we're counting on campaign contributions from these guys, you ought to try to remember their names.

Asa: Don't you worry. I will remember his name when he coughs up the dough.

Kevin: Careful. I don't want to spend all my time paying back favors instead of getting things done. That's if, of course, I get into office.

Asa: You will. It's just how the game is played. And, Kevin, they're not favors. They are compromises. Just make sure you're not the one being compromised.

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Arlen: Kevin Buchanan said you could -- I知 looking for some companionship one of these nights. Someone cultured and sophisticated, someone I can talk to, have dinner with, relax. No commitments beyond that, you understand?

Rex: I don't know. It's kind of short notice.

Arlen: Buchanan said I could count on you. He said it wouldn't be a problem.

Rex: No, no, it's not. Not at all. I know exactly what you're looking for, and I can definitely introduce you to somebody.

Arlen: Excellent. I知 at the palace.

Rex: Right. I値l give you a call when it's set up.

Arlen: Thanks.

Rex: No problem. Hey, how'd the call go?

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Lindsay: I love being back in business. I love the buyers. I love the artists. I love being back in circulation.

Rex: Well, then, I wonder if I can ask you a favor.

Lindsay: That depends.

Rex: The father of a friend of mine is in town, and I told him that I would show him around Llanview, but I知 having trouble getting coverage here. The poor guy doesn't know a soul in town, and I feel really bad ditching him. Just have dinner with him? He's actually a very nice guy. He loves the arts. You'll have a good time, I promise.

Lindsay: I don't know. I mean, this is social. I don't even know this person.

Rex: Well, just treat him like a -- client. Just be friendly. Be yourself. He would be very grateful. So would I.

Lindsay: OK. As a favor to you.

Rex: Thank you.

Lindsay: I mean, what could it hurt, right? It's just dinner.

Rex: Dinner.

Joey: "And when you reapest the harvest of your land, thou shalt not make clear riddance of the corners of thy field when thou reapest. Neither shalt thou gather any gleanings of thy harvest for thou shalt leave them for the poor and for the stranger." You remember Jen, don't you?

Jen: I知 the minister's wife.

Joey: This woman is cold and thirsty. Would you please give her something to drink? Not that! I meant like tea! Can't you see this woman shouldn't be drinking?

[Rex laughs]

Rex: Yeah, right! Minister's wife.

[Rex laughs]

Rex: Whoo!

Rex: Yeah, it's all set up. Nah, you'll love her. She's very classy. OK. Bye.

Al: Rex, I've looked everywhere. I can't find Marcie, man. It's been at least 24 hours.

Rex: OK, well, listen, can't the cops help? She works for them.

Al: No, they're already turning the city upside down. Look, this is the last place that anybody saw her, OK? Did you remember anything from last night, anyone suspicious at all? Anything.

Rex: We've been over this five times. If I knew something, I壇 tell you.

Mary: Can I have some food? I don't have any money.

Rex: Well, then food could be a problem, huh, couldn't it? Go beg at the Palace.

Al: Excuse me, excuse me. Where did you get that sweater?

Mary: I didn't steal it.

Al: No, I know. OK, listen. I知 sorry, I知 sorry. You can have the sweater, OK? In fact, why don't you go and get yourself a nice meal, OK? Just tell me where you found the sweater, please?

Mary: In the alley. Llanview Hauling.

Al: Here you go. Llanview Hauling.

Rex: The dumpster out back.

Al: Oh, my God. Marcie -- Marcie! Marcie. Oh, my God. Oh, my God, oh, my God, oh, my God. Marcie, Marcie. Marcie!

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

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Nora: I do want to be your friend, Lindsay. Your best friend.

Jen: Either you stay here with me, Cristian, or you all die.

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