OLTL Transcript Tuesday 12/23/03

One Life to Live Transcript Tuesday 12/23/03

Provided by Amanda
Proofread by Kathy

[Music plays]

Flash: Hark the herald angels sing glory to the newborn King peace on earth and mercy mild God and sinners reconciled joyful, all ye nations rise join the triumph of the skies with angelic hosts proclaim Christ is born in Bethlehem hark, the herald angels sing glory to the newborn King

Spirit of the Night: Merry Christmas Eve, Llanview. This is the Spirit of the Night with Midnight Logic, live at Ultraviolet, reaching out to you. 2,036 years ago. The Middle East was at peace because of a baby, a baby who changed the world.

Ron: I'll be fine -- Marcie, Marcie --

Marcie: I can't even believe that you lost your EpiPen.

Ron: No --

Marcie: They told you that you shouldn't go anywhere without it, and then you don't even say anything.

Ron: Okay, okay.

Marcie: Oh, go ahead. Go ahead and laugh, but it's not funny. We're going to get you a new prescription. I don't want to risk you dying again of an allergic reaction. You scared me half to death.

Ron: Hey, listen to me. You don't have to worry about losing anyone else, okay?

Michael: Christmas is no time to clog up the E.R. if it's not life or death.

Al: This is a lost cause, Luna. My undertaker had a better bedside manner than this guy.

Luna: Oh, come on. You already got Michael to perform two selfless, good acts. Surely you can coax him into another one. But you better chop-chop. You're running out of time.


Renee: Here's your eggnog, kiddo, but no staying up late. Santa Claus is on his way.

Matthew: Who needs Santa when I got Grandpa?

Asa: Ah, that's my buckaroo.

Bo: Grab your hat, Grandpa. Come on, we're going to go someplace. All right, call it a little Christmas surprise.

Asa: No, we can do that in the morning. I got a lot more presents here for my grandson.

Bo: You know, there are people who actually wait until Christmas to do that kind of thing. Now, come on, I want to get back before Gabrielle gets here. Come on, we'll see you. Come on.

Asa: Where are you taking me?

Bo: You're going to love it. Come on, come on.

Spirit of the Night: Stay tuned, friends, because tonight is a night for miracles.




[Phone rings]

Jen: Hello?

Rex: Hey, where are you?

Jen: I'm with Joe and his family.

Rex: I thought that was over. Listen, Ultraviolet is the place to be.

Jen: I have to go.

Joey: Hey, here you are.

Jen: Hey.

Joey: You know, we didn't have to stop and buy cookies.

Jen: Well, I wanted to bring something. I'm always taking and never giving.

Joey: No, you donít. You -- well, I'm glad you decided to come. This is no night to spend alone.


[Doorbell rings]

Viki: Dorian! Oh, come in.

Dorian: Thank you.

Viki: I'm so glad you came.

Dorian: Oh, I'm delighted to be here.

Viki: And is River with his father?

Dorian: That's what he told me, yes.

Viki: Oh, good. Well, I'm glad they're together.

David: Merry Christmas.

Viki: A fruitcake.

David: Uh-huh.

Viki: How fitting. Thank you.

David: No problem. Do I hear the dulcet tones of a punch bowl? This place is so classy.

Viki: Are you two together?

Dorian: Well, it beats the heck out of chasing after your men.

Viki: My goodness. A little avalanche works wonders, doesn't it? Well -- oh, I have to warn you. Kelly's here, and she brought a surprise.

Dorian: Oh.

Viki: Yes.


Kelly: Can you believe how hungry this kid was?

Starr: Speaking of hungry, I'm really hungry for ribbon candy.

Blair: Ribbon candy? No, you've had way too much, and you need to find your little brother and make sure he's not eating any, all right?


Kelly: I think someone's been neglecting him.

Kevin: Hey, don't get too attached. Child Services is going to find out where he really belongs. Kelly?

Kelly: What do you want for Christmas, huh?


Viki: You know something? This might be the perfect time to tell her, you know, that you've changed and that you need her and why you did what you did.

Spirit of the Night: Tonight, gravity falls away. You can kiss the stars. You can ask forgiveness. And tonight, you just might get it.


Spirit of the Night: Christmas can be a night when you really feel alone, when you really need to reach out to someone.

["What Child Is This" plays]

R.J.: Hey. I need something special.

Lindsay: I knew you were a last-minute type. How about a McGraw? It's always a thrill. You can trust me on that, even if you don't trust me.

R.J.: Well, you haven't actually ratted me out, although the constant threats have worn thin.

Lindsay: I'm a different person than I was when Sam died. I'm sorry, R.J.

R.J.: It's okay.

Lindsay: I don't -- I don't know what I would do if anything happened to my daughter.

R.J.: I always hated Christmas shopping. People -- everything I saw this year, everything I liked, has reminded me of things I'll never get to buy her. I tried. I tried to help her. But nothing I did helped. Nothing was enough. Keri wanted to go, and I -- I couldn't stop her.


Joey: You know, I think this'll be good. We can start all over; get to know each other again. Talking through e-mailís nice. You don't have to say everything just right.

Natalie: We can take care of this.

Jen: Thanks. I'd like to help.

Natalie: Jen, I'm sure you'd rather be doing something else right now.

Joey: Give it a rest, Natalie. Jen and I can handle the cookies.

Natalie: Are you sure this won't be too boring?

Joey: This is my marriage. If Jen's brave enough to come here and reach out, then I need you not to attack her. Do you hear me?

Natalie: Yes, I hear you.

Jen: So, did Antonio get back from Puerto Rico?

Natalie: No, actually, he's trying to get the first flight out that will come in tonight.

Jen: Good. So I guess you didn't really expect me to be here tonight.

Natalie: After you were attacked, definitely not.

Jen: Well, I wanted to be here with my husband and his family.

Jessica: Jen, you know, last time we heard from you, you were in church, drunk, proclaiming to everybody that your marriage to Joe was over. But, you know, by all means, you can string him along a little while longer, make it hurt even worse.

Spirit of the Night: Sometimes, even when we're with people, nothing seems to work.


Dorian: Kelly, why bring him home? It's a child, not a stray puppy.

Kelly: I realize that. Look, this sounds crazy, but I think I was meant to find him.

Dorian: I'm sorry.

Kelly: No, what -- what if he touches Kevinís heart the way I've been trying to?

Dorian: Oh, honey --

Kelly: Kevin could see our marriage in a whole new way.

Dorian: But --

Kelly: I got to get back in there.


Viki: I cannot believe this. I seem to have lost my wedding band.

Dorian: Oh, how dreadful. You know, as if you needed this now, with the holidays. They're always so stressful.

Viki: Well, I know, but at least we have our family with us.

Dorian: Yes. Though sometimes your families are the cause of the stress.

Viki: Yes, I suppose so. I think mine has had just about enough advice from me.

Dorian: So maybe the lesson is to leave them alone.


Blair: It's -- it's cold out here, Walker.

Todd: I've been trying like hell to get you and I to a new place, a better place.

Blair: And what place would that be, Walker?

Todd: It's Christmas Eve. Don't you think we should try to love each other the best we can?

Blair: And what's the best you can do, Walker?

Todd: I haven't told you the whole truth.

Blair: What are you talking about, truth, exactly?

Kevin: Blair --

Todd: We're busy.

Kevin: Dorian's gone, and we need some help with the boy. Your advice -- something's wrong with him.

Blair: Okay. Hey, little guy, what's going on?

Kelly: He's got a fever of 103. He's burning up. I think his stomach hurts.

Blair: You feel okay? Your tummy hurt? You feel like you need to throw up, huh?

Kelly: I think we need to take him to the hospital.

Blair: Wait a minute. Wait, wait, wait. It's just a fever. Kids, their fevers spike like that. You're going to be okay. Just give him some time.

Kevin: Well, I'll go try to find something to reduce his fever, then.

Kelly: No, no, we don't even know what he's allergic to --

Blair: Kelly --

Kelly: I'm not taking any chances.

Blair: I think it's fine.

Kevin: Are we going to take him to the hospital?

Kelly: Yeah, I'm taking him to the hospital.

Kevin: All right, I'll go with you.

Blair: So, what were you talking about earlier?

Todd: Can we go back outside?

David: Mmm-mmm-mmm! There is some great minced pie in the fridge. What, were they saving this for tomorrow?

Blair: Not now, David.

David: All right, look -- I'm sorry for what I said over at Dorianís, okay? If you consider your marriage sacred -- what can I say but ho-ho-ho-kay.

Blair: You know what, David? You have more to be sorry for than that, and you know it.

David: I do?

Blair: Yeah, you do. What you and Todd did to me down in Mexico with my baby, Jack. Remember?

David: No, hold on a second. That was not my fault.

Blair: Yes, it was.

David: No, no. Hear me out. That was not my fault. Todd forced that baby on me. He made me get rid of it. That guy was awful, Blair.

Blair: No kidding.

David: Look, I'm serious. You're much better off without Todd.

Singer: O night divine

Spirit of the Night: Sometimes, the real miracle of Christmas is that more people don't murder each other.


Ron: I can't believe this guy's going to ruin our Christmas Eve.

Marcie: I know, but he did give me that apology at Rodi's, don't you remember?

Ron: Yeah.

Marcie: I was even starting to think that maybe he wasn't a jerk after all.

Ron: Yeah, well, maybe you thought wrong.

Al: You told this guy to come in for a checkup, now you tell him he's clogging up the E.R.? What's the deal with that, man? Marcie is worried about her brother, okay? Do the right thing and check the guy out!

Michael: Okay. Looks like no one's dying in here. Let's make this quick. I got to check you out before I write another script. Trust me, I don't need this when I'm practically covering the E.R. on my own.

Marcie: Well, then why don't we just forget about it? I don't trust you, anyway, with my brother. You're a total jerk. Come on, Ron.

Al: Listen; don't let her go, all right? Tell her why you're such a jerk. Tell her that you spent your whole life alone, that you're afraid to let people care. At least here people need you, right? You hide behind your smarts. Listen, man. Life is about more than brains. Listen to me. This girl will get it, okay? You just have to say it.

Kelly: We need a doctor.

Michael: Gurney! Over here. Put him down here.

Kelly: Please, he's got a temperature of 103, and he seems to have stomach pain.

Michael: Hey, buddy, how you feeling? Could you sit up for me, please? We're just going to listen to your breathing real quick here. Okay.

Kelly: He was fine one minute, and then he just started burning up. Can you help us, please?

Michael: Any vomiting?

Kelly: No, no. No, I mean, he was just fine. He --

Michael: Okay. Can you open your mouth for me, buddy?

Boy: Ah.

Michael: That's good. Good. Okay, well -- lay back for me. We're going to bring him in here. That's what we're here for.

Kelly: Okay.

Michael: All right, guys.

Al: Luna, he's forgetting all about her. What am I supposed to do?


Roxy: Viki, if I were your ring, where would I be? It was 13-karat gold, right?

Viki: You know, Roxy, I know it's in this house because I haven't left here today.

Roxy: Yeah, well, maybe you better retrust your steps. But in the meantime, I got something that's going to cheer you up. Just wait.

Natalie: You know, I was going to take off Cristianís ring, but I canít. If I lost it, I'd be a wreck.

Viki: Roxanne told me what happened last night. Oh, honey, getting Cristianís card -- that must have just thrown you for a loop.

Natalie: Yeah. I spent the night at Grandpa's lodge last night. Roxanne sent John McBain to come find me.

Viki: And did you mind being found?

Natalie: You know, when he finally got there, I think I was ready to not be alone. We had a good talk.

Viki: Well, we all need to talk, you know. Sometimes strangers are the best people to talk to.

Natalie: He's really not that much of a stranger, really.

Jessica: Hey -- look who I found at the door.

Viki: Oh.

John: I'm really sorry about this. I was told at the station the commissioner might be here.

Viki: No, he's not, so you'll have to settle for us.


Spirit of the Night: Even though I don't have a lot of reason for faith this Christmas, I'm hoping my own private angel, far away, will feel the angels all around her. And I hope she knows that someday I'll be with her again when the people working against us finally give up.

Dorian: River?

Spirit of the Night: When they're out of the way and I'm with her again, everything will be better.


Blair: I sure hope so. For you and your sister's sake, I hope everything's all right.


Starr: I didn't hear any screaming. Guess you didn't tell Mom yet.

Todd: Buchanan wrecked it.

Starr: I hate him.

Todd: If she could only forgive me enough to tear up that document that gives up my custody of you guys.

Starr: I wish she would.

Todd: Well, then maybe you'd better wish on one of those stars. We're going to need all the help we can get.


Jessica: Are you sure that, you know, you didn't take it off when you were wrapping presents or something?

Viki: No. Why would I -- I mean no, Honey, I didnít.

Spirit of the Night: I've had some calls from listeners wondering why I'm not with my own family. Well, maybe I am. Tonight, I feel like all of you are my family.

Jessica: "To Jen. Much love, from Joey."

Viki: Well, Darling, come on. You can't be surprised.

Jessica: I think that she'd rather have a divorce.

Viki: Look, I don't know what she wants. I don't think she does, either.

Jessica: Do you get why they're together tonight, or --

Viki: She was attacked, and she's feeling vulnerable. Come on, it's Christmas.

Jessica: But he's going to London, and it's because of her.

Viki: I know.

Jessica: I mean, Mom, it's not like Santa Claus is going to come down and, you know, magically save their marriage.

Viki: No, I know that. Believe me, I was very surprised when I saw them show up here together, because what she did to him in the church the other night was awful. Awful. But that girl is in a lot of pain.

Jessica: Well, she gives as good as she gets.


Woman: Hi, I'm April. So, if I stick around till midnight, who do I get to kiss?

Rex: That's New Yearís Eve. But as long as we're waiting for it, can I buy you a drink?


Riley: Hey, just a dropped tray. No big deal.

Flash: I can't help it. That Music Box Killer could be out there right now looking right at me.

Riley: Yeah, but what's safer than 100 other people watching you, in the spotlight?

Flash: What about after?

Riley: After, you've got Mr. Patrolman going everywhere you go. And I am not going to let a thing happen to you, I promise.

Flash: He's here.


Asa: Bo, I am more than happy to bankroll Sarahís musical career, but what a dump. You know, it reminds me of a place -- a cathouse I was in in Matamoras.

Bo: That's enough. That's enough of that, all right? Just take a look up here.

Flash: This next song is really special to me because my great-grandfather Asa is here. Merry early Christmas present, Asa.

Asa: What the hell's she talking about?

Flash: I wrote this one for you.

Flash: Somewhere on the journey on the way from there to here the road that I was traveling on began to disappear and suddenly in front of me I saw a chance at love and I knew who you were by looking in your eyes


Renee: You've just missed Bo. He's gone for a few minutes. He'll be back.

Gabrielle: Oh, okay.

Matthew: You've got to see this. It's so cool.

Gabrielle: Oh, did Santa come early or what?

Matthew: I think Santa lives here.

Renee: Asa lives here.

Gabrielle: Oh, of course.

Matthew: Come on, I want to show you.

Gabrielle: Okay, okay.


Kelly: Why won't they tell us anything? They know we're waiting out here.

Kevin: Excuse me. Here you go.

Kelly: What's happening?

Michael: Well, with tenderness to his abdomen and fever that high, my first guess is going to be appendicitis. I'm going to recommend that he go into O.R. immediately.

Kevin: What, you're sure?

Kelly: Oh, my God.

Michael: Well, if the appendix bursts, it could be fatal. But you're the parents. I'll need your consent.

Kevin: Actually, we're --

Kelly: We're not his parents. We found him. He was abandoned.

Michael: Then you can't sign the consent for surgery. I'll have to get some authorization, but you did the right thing by bringing him in here. Check Legal. I need this child prepped for surgery, stat.

Al: Well, at least she gets to see him doing something good.

Luna: Except that little boy doesn't need surgery. You better stop him, now.


Lindsay: Whoever's getting this must be pretty special.

R.J.: Yes. Yes, she is. Although I do not always treat her like it.

Lindsay: Well, you can be a little intense.

R.J.: Me? What about you, hmm? I mean, how much do you hate Nora?

Lindsay: How much do you hate Antonio?

R.J.: Oh, yeah, you've changed.

Lindsay: Have you?

R.J.: Well, I am buying this painting for Evangeline Williamson. She recently represented Vega. Now, what does that tell you?

Lindsay: It tells me that being a grandfather has done you some good. Happy Holidays.

R.J.: Mm-hmm. You, too.

Lindsay: I just wish my little girl would let me help her.

[Music plays]


April: So if I give you my number, will you call me?

Rex: What?

April: You're not very interested, are you?

Rex: Look, it's -- it's not you, okay? I'm kind of getting over somebody.

Asa: Next to me finding out that Matthew was my grandson, that song that you sang to me is the best present I ever got.

Flash: Thank you. I'm glad you liked it. I was so nervous.

Asa: No -- don't get nervous. You sing beautifully. You're the greatest. You should be nervous about this Music Box Killer. That's a whole other story.

Bo: Pa, you don't have to worry. She's got protection.

Riley: And I'm keeping my eye on her, too, Mr. Buchanan.

Rex: Okay, talent --

Flash: Yeah, you know what?

Rex: Break's over.

Flash: Don't you have a heart? Okay, don't you see we're busy?

Bo: It's okay, it's okay. Honey, listen, I got to drive Pa home and --

Asa: You know why? He must see Gabrielle.


Matthew: Oh, man, I always wanted one of these!

Gabrielle: Did you really? Oh. Could you make something for me?

Matthew: Sure, watch.

Gabrielle: Okay.

Boy: I can do it, Mom! I can do anything! See?

Gabrielle: Yes, Al. You can do anything.

Matthew: See what I did?

Gabrielle: Oh. Matthew, that is -- that's so special.


Kelly: Don't worry, Sweetie. The doctor's going to make you feel better. I'm going to be right here.

Al: Get to a supervisor. Do it right. It might not be appendicitis. Don't be a hero. Take it to your supervisor.

Michael: Dr. Kingsley.

Jordan: Yeah.

Michael: Would you mind taking a look at this?

Jordan: Sure.

Michael: Tell me what you think?

Jordan: That's what I'm here for.

Michael: First I thought appendicitis, but now I'm not sure.

Jordan: No vomiting?

Michael: Not yet.

Kelly: You're going to have a little sleep, and when you wake up, you'll feel much better.

Jordan: Hi. How you doing?

Kevin: Good.

Jordan: Dr. Kingsley.

Kevin: Kevin.

Kelly: Hi. Kelly.

Jordan: Can we get his temp again, please? How are you doing today? I hear your tummy hurts a little bit. I'm going to touch your stomach. You tell me where it hurts, okay? What's he been doing tonight?

Kelly: Well, he seemed really hungry, so we -- we fed him. He ate a lot. He had a lot of candy.

Jordan: Mm-hmm.

Nurse: 99, and that's without medication.

Michael: You're kidding.

Jordan: You know, children's temperatures can spike for a number of reasons, but his abdomen is tender in several areas. It's because he overate.

Kelly: Thank God it's nothing serious.

Jordan: Mm-hmm. There's nothing wrong. You take him home, let him rest. And no more food tonight. Only liquids.

Kelly: Thank you so much.

Jordan: You're welcome. Have a good night.

Kelly: Thank you.

Kevin: Thanks a lot.

Kelly: Oh, I'm so glad to hear that.

Michael: Well, I'm -- I'm sorry I got you so alarmed. I -- I just didn't want to take any chances.

Kelly: Thank you.

Kevin: Thanks.


Michael: Sorry I kept you and your brother waiting.

Marcie: It's okay. You had something more important to attend to. I'm just glad it turned out okay.

Michael: Yeah, me, too. Even if I did act like a jerk.

Marcie: Well --

Michael: Man, this -- this job is -- I mean, people turn to you, and they hand you their lives, you know? The lives of their children. Sometimes I wonder if I'll ever get over that. Well, come on, Ron. Let's get you checked out.

Ron: Okay.

Marcie: Thanks.

Al: Well -- I mean, that was good. That counts, right?

Luna: Yeah. Now you just got one more thing you got to do. Just one more.

Al: Ah, hold the phone. Listen, I made this guy perform three selfless deeds. What now?

Luna: Calm down. Close your eyes.


Gabrielle: You did a good job, Al. Three good deeds.

Al: Good enough to get a second chance?

Gabrielle: Oh, yes. You'll be allowed back into Michaelís body. But, remember, you only have until Valentineís Day to get Marcie to fall in love with you.

Al: Whatever you say. Listen, this time I promise I'm going to do everything right.

Gabrielle: You'd better, or I never get to live in your world at all.

Al: I don't understand. What happens to you depends on me?

Gabrielle: You haven't figured it out yet?

Al: Who are you?

Gabrielle: I told you. I'm Gabrielle. I'm named after my grandmother. If you and Marcie fall in love again, I'm your daughter.


["Silent Night" plays]

Roxy: Say "cheesy."

Viki: There you go.

Roxy: This camera is the bomb, Vik.

Viki: Good. I'm very glad you like it.

Roxy: Like it? I love it.

Viki: Good.

Roxy: Oh, by the way, did you find the ring-a-ding-ding?

Viki: No, I didn't find it yet. You know what? I'm going to look upstairs again. I'm sure it's there.

Roxy: Okay, you'll find it.

Roxy: Oh, this is a great photo op. Okay. All right.

John: Oh, you know what? I don't --

Roxy: Come on.

John: Like --

Roxy: Don't give me a hard time. Okay. All right. Ready?

Natalie: Okay.

Roxy: Steady. Go. Perfect. Okay. I'm going to continue my exposť of Llanfair.

John: Um -- doesn't seem like the commissioner's going to show up here for a while, so --

Natalie: John --

John: I'm just going to take off.

Natalie: You're here. Why don't you just stay?


Spirit of the Night: Years ago, a miracle occurred right here in town at St. James church.

David: Dorian, this place is crawling with mistletoe. I'm not kidding this time.

Dorian: Oh, David, why fight it?


Spirit of the Night: Because someone took a chance and wished for the impossible to happen, it did. You have to wonder if wishing for something so hard can make it come true. At St. James church on Christmas Eve, a young woman wished for a baby. If you know this story, there's no denying the power of Christmas.

[Gabrielle laughs]

Gabrielle: Do it again.


Asa: Bo, who the hell's the kid?

Boy: Me llamo Jesus.

Kelly: His name is Jesus?

Spirit of the Night: I wonder where and who that little boy would be if he hadn't been put in a manger and found by people who loved him instantly, if someone hadn't wished so hard to make a dream come true that a miracle happened.


Luna: You ready, darling?

Al: Yeah. I'm going to do everything right this time.

Luna: Oh, goddess, I hope so.

Al: I have to. If I don't, Marcie and I will never have our little girl. Our little Gabrielle.


Marcie: Oh, hey, you get your new prescription?

Ron: Yep.

Marcie: Good.

Ron: I guess it's the only drug store open tonight. So, you want to go see "Miracle of the Bells" tonight?

Marcie: Oh, no, I was actually invited to a party at Llanfair.

Ron: Are you sure you're up for that?

Marcie: Yeah, I think it might be good for me to be around people tonight. You want to come?

Ron: Seriously?

Marcie: Yeah.

Ron: Sure. Let's go see how the other half parties.


["O Come All Ye Faithful" plays]

Al: How does Michael McBain get into a party at Llanfair?

Al: Ben Davidson.


["O Come All Ye Faithful" plays]

River: Well, folks, the party people at Ultraviolet are heading home now. And who knows? Maybe when they get there, they're going to find a miracle.

River: Even though that kid in the manger at St. James grows up to be a kid who gets mad at both his parents and his grandmother, he still believes in the power of Christmas.


Asa: Let her rip, Matthew. There's plenty more where that came from.

[All laugh]

Matthew: Maybe Jesus wants one.

Renee: Hey.

Kelly: Yeah? You want one of those? Want to open that up? Yeah, I think so. Here, take this. Hey, help -- help me out here.

Bo: That's a wonderful thing you just did.

Kevin: What is that?

Kelly: Wow!

Kevin: Oh, my gosh!

Kelly: What is it?

Gabrielle: That is a very special son you have.

Jesus: Like that!

Kelly: Yeah!


Lindsay: Hey.

Jen: Hey. Can I stay here tonight? I just -- I don't want to go out and get all drunk and crazy.

Lindsay: I've been waiting for you to come home. Merry Christmas.

Jen: Merry Christmas.


Roxy: Want to scooch over? Come on. A little tighter. Okay. All right. Come on, I know you're crazy about each other, so, you know, like a little clearer, like a little smooch or something. I think you can do a little better than that. Come on. All right! Okay, you can come up for air now. Hey, rent a room.

Starr: Lady, you're a genius.

John: Yeah, well, thanks for the hospitality, but I think I'm just going to take off.

Natalie: John, I'm glad you came, even though it was strange.

John: Yeah, it was a strange one. My brother Michael -- he asked me if I want to drive down to Atlantic City to see our mother on Christmas. You want to talk about miracles? Hey -- Merry Christmas.

Natalie: Merry Christmas.


Al: Mrs. Davidson?

Viki: Yes, come in. Merry Christmas.

Al: Merry Christmas. Um -- I'm Dr. Michael McBain over at Llanview Hospital.

Viki: Is it Ben?

Al: No. I'm sorry. Dr. Davidson is -- he's the same. I was checking him out, though, and I found this.

[Viki gasps]

Viki: Oh, my -- where was it?

Al: It was right next to the bed. You must've dropped it.

Viki: That's very strange because I thought I had it this morning. Well, it doesn't really matter, does it? Oh, my God. Thank you. This is the best Christmas present -- thank you very, very, very much. Thank you.

Al: No problem.

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


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

Luna: Some people say that if you smell it, you can recover some sort of feeling that you've lost.

Al: Like love?

Natalie: What are you, Santa Claus?

John: Yeah, I'm Santa Claus.

Lindsay: Oh, that's the most beautiful thing I've ever smelled.

Blair: Wow, they should bottle that.

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