OLTL Transcript Friday 1/30/04

One Life to Live Transcript Friday 1/30/04

Provided by Eric
Proofread by Kathy

Todd's voice: Okay, God. I've done some lousy things. Why don't you take it out on me, not Blair. Yeah, she gets mixed up, she blows it, but she's as good as you ever made. If Blairís sick -- make her all right, damn it. Don't you mess this up, or you're going to have me to deal with.


Marcie: Ow! Oh!

Jen: Lose something?

Marcie: No, just my mind. Jen, I've never done this before. I want everything to be perfect. Do you think I should rearrange the place cards?

Jen: It doesn't matter where anybody sits. It'll be fine.

Marcie: Why don't you stay, please?

Jen: Jessica and Natalie hate me. It'd be a disaster.

Marcie: No.

Jen: You got so many new friends lately.

Marcie: Well, yes, but you're my best friend. Come on, you know that.

Jen: Marcie --

Marcie: Does this have something to do with Rex? Is he trying to turn you against me?


[Music plays]

Rex: Hey. I thought you were staying in tonight.

Lindsay: I can't do this anymore.

Rex: "This"?

Lindsay: You and me -- I can't do this anymore. Jen's been asking a lot of questions, and I don't want to lie to her.

Rex: So, tell her the truth. You and I are hanging out. What's the problem? Why don't you want her to know?

Lindsay: She's going to think you're just doing this to get to her.

Rex: Is that what you think?

Lindsay: I came here to tell you that we're cooling things off, and now I'm going home.

Rex: You don't really -- you don't really want to go, do you?


Spirit of the Night: The Music Box Killer struck again on the L.U. campus. Victim number eight, Flash, from Midnight Logic. We've lost too many good people lately, and Flash helped us deal with it. Her voice, her spirit sang us through the tough times. I don't really know what to say, folks. The only way to make sense out of this is by playing her music.

[Music plays]

Man: I'm sorry, man, I'll turn it off.

Riley: It's -- it's okay.

Man: You sure you can handle playing tonight?

Spirit of the Night: Tonight, Flash's band is saying goodbye to her at Ultraviolet. Until then, here she is, still singing us through the tough times.


John: All set? Good. The line's tapped. Now we wait.

Antonio: The creep will call again.

John: The way he sounded on the phone -- it was personal, like he knows me. Who is this guy?

Antonio: Time, John. Time. It'll come.

John: That's good advice -- for somebody else.

Antonio: Yeah, well, I'm going to go home, wash up, pick up Jessica. I'll see you over at Marcieís.

John: Uh-huh.

Antonio: Listen, John, why don't you give it a rest? We've done everything we can for now.

John: Yeah, who knows? Maybe -- maybe if he buys that story I planted in the paper about Flash I.D.'ing him, maybe he's running scared.

Antonio: Yeah, let's just hope he makes a mistake soon.


Jessica: That's it, that's it, shut your eyes. Shh. Hello? Anyone there?

Flash's voice: I know it's safe you've always been a friend first 'cause who you'll see

Jessica: Hello?

Stephen: Jessica?

Jessica: Did -- did you see anybody in this hall?

Stephen: Me? No. Other than me, no.

Jessica: Oh, I just -- I could have sworn that I heard somebody, but Jamie and I are here alone, so --

Stephen: Do you want me to call the police?

Jessica: No, no, no, no, no. I'm just being jumpy and crazy. What are you doing here? How did you know where I live?


Blair: I haven't been this happy in so long.

Todd: Do you mean that?

Blair: I do.

Todd: Then I'm happy, too.


Al: Hey, John, if you're ready, man, I'll give you a ride over to Marcieís.

John: Yeah, I don't know if I'm going to make it, Michael.

Al: What do you mean? You got to go. Listen, she's cooking all kinds of food, and she's got some surprise she's all excited about, man. She wants to surprise us. You got to go.

John: Yeah? Think maybe the killer will take the night off to have a cocktail and some dinner?

Al: You told her that you were coming.

John: Hey, that was before Flash ended up half dead.

Al: Listen to me, big brother. If you mess this up for me, if you upset Marcie because you didn't show up, I won't soon forget it.


Stephen: I wanted to give you the rest of the research material for the next chapter of the book.

Jessica: Oh.

Stephen: I was looking you up in the student directory. I hope you don't mind.

Jessica: No, no, not at all. Come in.

Stephen: Certainly.

Jessica: I -- I was looking through the research that you gave me --

Stephen: Mm-hmm.

Jessica: Before, and I came across some of your correspondence.

Stephen: Really?

Jessica: Yeah.

Stephen: I understand that Sarah Roberts is related to your mother.

Jessica: Yeah. Her niece. She was my cousin.

Stephen: I'm very sorry.

Jessica: Me, too. I -- I thought they were research. I'm sorry I read these letters. I -- I don't know why anybody would ever turn down one of your papers.

Stephen: Yeah, the journal editor used to be department head at Capital University. We never really got along.

Jessica: Why not? I'm so sorry. I'm prying. It's just journalist genes, I guess --

Stephen: No, no, no, no, no. It's okay. The world of academia is just vicious. When I was teaching there, at Capital U., well, that's when I got my first big book contract -- which was just wonderful until the senior faculty found out.

Jessica: And they were jealous?

Stephen: Oh, green, positively. They started picking me apart -- my teaching methods, my writing. Of course, the head of the department was the worst. Blocked my tenure review.

Jessica: That's awful.

Stephen: Well, I thought so at the time. But it enabled me to come here, and I like to call this place home.

Jessica: I hope so, and so does my mom.

Stephen: Good. Well, thank you very much, and you let me know if you have any questions about that, okay?

Jessica: This, yeah.

Stephen: About this.

Jessica: Okay.

Stephen: I'll see you around campus, okay?

Jessica: Have a good night.

Stephen: You, too.

[Jessica sighs]

Antonio: She's beautiful.

Jessica: She sure is.

Antonio: What was what's-his-name doing here?

Jessica: Oh, he was just dropping off some research for me.

Antonio: Oh, yeah? How did he know where you lived?

Jessica: The student directory.

Antonio: Well, that was made up last spring. You were at Llanfair.

Jessica: Well, I guess the faculty gets updates.

Antonio: Or maybe he had a crush on you.

Jessica: Stop it.

Antonio: Well, why not? I know I do.

Jessica: How's -- how's the case?

Antonio: Oh, let's not talk about that right now, okay? I think we could all use a little bit of a break.

Jessica: Well, I'm happy that you can come out with me tonight.

Antonio: Yeah. Yeah, me, too. I actually called Mami. She should be here any minute to babysit.

Jessica: Oh, no.

Antonio: Hmm?

Jessica: I told R.J. that he could have Jamie tonight.


Rex: Jen's got nothing to do with you and me.

Lindsay: She's my daughter and your ex-wife.

Rex: So what? Jen and I were a big flop. But this -- this works.

R.J.: Excuse me, young man. You don't mind if I borrow Mrs. Robinson for a minute, do you?

Rex: Don't go nowhere.

R.J.: So? What's going on here?

Lindsay: I was just trying to cool things down a little bit.

R.J.: Hmm. Which implies that things had gotten heated? Oh, you're going to want to talk about this, aren't you?

Lindsay: You know, sometimes I -- I think that Rex is just using me to get back at Jen, and then sometimes I wonder if I'm just really silly and being ridiculous, fooling around with somebody that's so --

R.J.: Young? That might be the word you're looking for.

Lindsay: Yeah. I mean, he's young enough to be my son, and I think about that all the time when I'm somewhere else, but when I'm with him --

R.J.: You can't think of anything at all?

Lindsay: What is that about?


Marcie: You didn't answer my question.

Jen: I haven't even seen Rex. I think he has a new girlfriend.

Marcie: Does that bother you?

Jen: Why should it? Anyway, I'm talking about you. You've changed. When I first met you, you were just this total loner.

Marcie: Yeah. I was pathetic.

Jen: No. You were just someone who didnít try to follow the herd like most people.

Marcie: No, face it, Jen, nobody wanted to hang out with me, okay? I mean, I studied all the time. I got straight A's. I volunteered for the yearbook. Listen, I was around tons of people, and I was lonely all the time until I met Al. He changed me. I don't want to go back to that other person ever again.

Jen: I liked the old you.

Marcie: No, you didnít. And if I were you, I wouldn't have wanted me hanging around, either.

Jen: At least you had time for me back then.

Marcie: Jen, Al made me into a happier person, and I like having new friends. I like meeting new people. Don't you want me to be happy?

[Doorbell rings]

Marcie: Oh, no, everybody's here. What am I going to do? Nothing's ready!

[Timer rings]

Marcie: No, those are the potatoes.

Jen: It's all right. I'll get the door.

Marcie: Oh, can you answer the door?

Jen: Yes.

Marcie: Thank you. Oh, excuse me. And please stay hot!


Al: Uh -- Jen. Hi.

Jen: Hi.

Al: Marcie around?

Jen: She's in the kitchen. You know what? I've been thinking about you.

Al: Why?

Jen: You know, what you did for me in the emergency room. I want to repay you somehow.


Stephen: Rae, I really am sorry I'm late.

Rae: Oh, no. Would you stop it?

Stephen: I had to drop off some research papers with Jessica Buchanan.

Rae: Oh, Jessica. Hmm.

Stephen: Well, look; my editor says I've got to have these footnotes on his desk by the end of the week. Plus, you know, after the murder of that young girl on campus, I got to admit, I feel a lot better seeing that Jessica was all right.

Rae: So the police didn't tell you?

Stephen: Tell me what? Did something else happen?

Rae: The killer didn't succeed in killing Sarah. She's all right. She's alive.

Stephen: That's -- well, that's wonderful.

Rae: Yes. But, you know, it was supposed to be kept under wraps, so maybe I shouldn't have said anything. Just don't say anything, all right?

Stephen: Oh -- no, but she's going to be all right?

Rae: Yes, they think so. They're a little worried about her voice.

Stephen: Oh, poor girl. But what about the newspaper reports? It said she'd be able to identify the killer.

Rae: No, no, no, no. That was a ruse. She didn't even see him.


Antonio: Wow.

Carlotta: Oh, Jessica, you look lovely.

Jessica: Aw, shucks.

Carlotta: So, how's your cousin Flash? I'm so happy to hear she's all right. That was such a terrible thing.

Jessica: I know. So are we. We're relieved. But we have a lot to celebrate tonight.

Antonio: Yeah.

Carlotta: Well, you guys have a great time. I'm happy to stay here with Jamie.

Antonio: Oh, and, Mami, I called R.J. and let him know about the mixup.

Carlotta: Don't worry. If he calls, I'll just explain everything to him.

Antonio: Okay.

Jessica: She is teething, and it took me forever to get her down, and she is in a foul mood.

Carlotta: Hmm. Don't worry. I have a few tricks up my sleeve yet for teething.

Jessica: Okay.

Carlotta: We'll be just fine.

Jessica: Okay, well, there's food in the refrigerator.

Antonio: Okay. Bendicion, mama.

Carlotta: Dios te bendiga. You guys have a great time.

Jessica: Thank you so much.

Carlotta: And give my love to Natalie.

Antonio: Thank you.

[Phone rings]


John: McBain.

Man: [Altered voice] Agent McBain, not working on my case tonight? You taking the night off, or are you just afraid?

John: I'm not. You should be.

Man: Sad about your little fiancee, lost so long ago. And Daddy McBain -- cut down in the prime, butchered by a drunken surgeon.

John: That's right. Tell me something -- how do you know all this?

Man: Don't want to make you late to your dinner party.

Man: [Altered voice] Oh, Johnny boy, stranger in a strange land. Nothing to keep you company in your rathole apartment but pictures of my poor young victims.

John: Yeah, you know what, man? I was just admiring some of your graffiti. Hey, you know, you and I should get together. I'll come alone, unarmed. Anywhere you want. Just name it.

Man: It's not polite to interrupt.

John: Oh, you screwed up with Flash, my friend. She told us what you look like. And MacIver? He told me all about you, told me how you gave him drugs to make him hallucinate. But his mind is clear now, man, and he told me all about it.

Man: I don't think so. You don't know who I am, and you never will.

John: Hey. Did you get that? What about a location? The university -- you think or you know? All right, all right, all right, look, get some boys over there anyway, all right? Check all the phone booths, try to get some fingerprints, got it? Listen, you find anything, you find an eyelash, you call me, call me on my cell. I'll be on it all night.


Lindsay: To a brilliant partnership.

R.J.: Well, now, Evangeline has those papers all drawn up, so once we sign, Capricorn and Rappaport Fine Arts are one and the same.

Lindsay: I'm looking forward to it.

Rex: Ahem. Hey, you finished? Because Lindsay and I were in the middle of something.

R.J.: Well, now, you sound jealous.

Rex: Don't you have your own club to run?

Lindsay: Actually, that would be our club. R.J. and I are going to be partners.

R.J.: Which reminds me -- let me have a word with you over here, partner. Lindsay Rappaport is what passes for one of my friends in this town, so if you do anything to hurt her, you will have to answer to me.

Rex: Goes both ways, pal.

R.J.: So we understand each other?


[Phone rings]

Antonio: Is that you or me?

Marcie: Oh -- I think it's you.

[Marcie laughs]

Antonio: Here, I'll trade you.

Marcie: Sure. There you go.


Antonio: Antonio Vega.

John: Our guy called again. Is Natalie there?

Antonio: No, not yet. Why?

John: This guy's a watcher. He knows people that I know, so --

Marcie: Hey. Come on in.

Antonio: You know, actually, she just got here. She's fine. What about you? You coming?

[John sighs]

John: Yeah, I guess I better. Look, keep an eye on her till I get there.


Al: Jennifer, you got to stop thanking me, okay? You came into the E.R. with alcohol poisoning, and I helped you out, okay? That's what doctors do.

Jen: I just can't believe you're only a first-year resident.

Al: Yeah, well, I can. You should ask my attending, actually.

Jen: You know what? I have never gone out with a doctor before.

Al: Really? Well, you're not missing much. We're not that fun. Excuse me.

Marcie: I'm really glad you could make it. Thank you.


Antonio: I'm going to see if I can find a corkscrew, open the wine. Can I get you a glass?

Jessica: Okay.

Natalie: Yeah, thanks.

Antonio: All right.

Jessica: You okay?

Natalie: No. I don't think so. I think I just got myself a little too worked up over this party tonight.

Jessica: Why?

Natalie: I don't know. I haven't really done anything like this since Cristian died.

Jessica: Natalie, it's just friends.

Natalie: Maybe it's John McBain. He -- he told me that he was staying, and I was happy. And maybe I felt a little wrong about that, I guess.


[Doorbell rings]

Ron: Hey, Sis!

Marcie: Oh, hey, great! Thank you for picking that up. How are you?

Ron: Well, it helps to have a brother who lives next door to a bakery.

Marcie: Yeah, yes, it does. Why don't you stay? I'll put another place setting for you.

Ron: No, no, no, no, no, no. No, I'm not staying. You know me. I'm not into dinner parties. You know that.

Marcie: Yes, I do know that. That's why I didn't give you a hard time about it. But if you stay, maybe Jen will, you know? What do you think?

Ron: Well, actually --

Marcie: No, I think you need to convince him to stay.

Ron: Yeah, actually -- actually, I had a feeling you might like to escape tonight. What do you think?

Jen: How'd you know?

Ron: I'm psychic. So what do you say? Want to go to a movie?

Jen: I've got a better idea. Let's go dancing.


Spirit of the Night: Flash may be gone, but her music isnít. All we can do is live every night like it's the last. Grab hold of the person you love most and hang on with everything you've got and be with the music.

Rex: Listen; you donít really want to cool things off, do you?

Lindsay: Yes, I do. That's why I came here.

Rex: But you can't, any more than I can.

Lindsay: I can, for Jen.


Todd: Blair.

[Blair sighs]

Todd: What happened? What did the doctor say? Talk to me. What happened? What's wrong?


[Music plays]

Jen: Hey.

Rex: Hey. Jen. Thought you'd be home in your P.J.s, eating a gallon of ice cream and crying over chick flicks with Miss Piggy.

Ron: All right, you know what? Not one more word about my sister. You got it? Not one from you! You know, I -- I really wanted to go see a movie, so, what do you say? You want to get out of here?

Jen: I actually wanted to watch Midnight Logic's tribute to Flash.

Ron: Yeah. So tell me the truth, Jen. Is that the only reason you wanted to come here?


Antonio: Hey, you finally made it.

Al: Hey.

John: May I?

Antonio: Yeah, go.

Al: Bro, it's about time. Listen, Marcie made all this great food. You should come try some.

John: I'll be right over.

Al: All right.


Jessica: Maybe it's none of my business.

Marcie: What's up?

Jessica: It's just -- I don't know. When I got here, I saw Jen flirting with Michael, and it was pretty obvious.

Marcie: Oh, well, you know, that's their business.

Jessica: You don't care?

Marcie: No -- you know, Michael and I -- we're friends, and I don't like him that way.

Jessica: But I think he likes you.

Marcie: Well, yes, he does, but, you know, there's not a moment that goes by that I'm not thinking of Al, so --

[Car approaches]

Marcie: Oh. Maybe that's my mystery guest. Excuse me.

Al: Hey, hey, hey! Is everything okay?

Marcie: Oh, yeah, sure. It's quite all right.

Al: Listen, I brought you another book. You like George Pratt?

Marcie: Yes, actually. You know, Charles Larken is one of my favorite detectives. He's so funny.

Al: Hilarious, right?

Marcie: I was on the plane reading it, and everybody thought I was crazy, I was laughing so much.

Al: Yeah, it's one of my favorites.

Marcie: It's really funny.

[Doorbell rings]

Marcie: Oh -- God, I'll be right back, okay?

Al: Okay.

Marcie: I am so glad that you could come. Everybody is here. Are you ready? Everybody, look who's here!

Woman: Hi, everyone.

Natalie: That's --

John: My mother.

Eve: Hi, Darling.

John: Hi, Mom. Good to see you. You look pretty.

Eve: Thanks. Still the same Michael. Waiting for me to speak first when I come through a door. Do you remember when you were little, what you always made me say before you'd hug me?

Al's voice: Uh-oh.


Carlotta: Oh, R.J. Oh, I'm so sorry. Things got mixed up. Antonio left you a message. Didn't you get it? I'm baby-sitting tonight.

[Jamie cries]

R.J.: Oh, no. No. No. Look, I'm supposed to have Jamie all weekend. I have not seen her for days.

Carlotta: She's half asleep.

R.J.: Well, now, it sure doesn't sound like it, so she is going to come home with me.

Carlotta: But she's teething, and she's having a terrible time of it. There's no reason for her to leave the comfort of her own home.

R.J.: Carlotta, she lives with me, too. So, look, I really resent you trying to shut me out of everything now.

Carlotta: But that's not what I'm trying --


[Jamie cries]

Carlotta: Oh, dios mio! She fell out --

R.J.: Oh --

Carlotta: Oh, come here, Sweetie!

R.J.: She's bleeding.

Carlotta: All right.


Doctor: Jamie was a real trouper.

Carlotta: Oh, no.

Doctor: It wasn't serious. It just looked bad because it was bleeding.

R.J.: Oh, thank goodness.

Doctor: For future reference, you should know that Jamie has a rare blood type -- U-negative.

R.J.: Oh. Well, that's my blood type. Could I bank some here? I mean, just in case?

Doctor: Absolutely. Thank you.

R.J.: Well, it's the least I can do.

Carlotta: Thank you, Dr. Ketchum.

R.J.: Look, Carlotta, if I hadn't been arguing with you, then Jamie never would have been hurt in the --

Carlotta: No, no, no, it --

R.J.: No, it was me. If I hadn't been there --

Carlotta: It was my fault.

R.J.: Look, tell you what -- why don't you just -- you go on in and see Jamie.

Carlotta: Yes, I'll do that.

R.J.: Here, let me hold that for you.

Carlotta: Thank you.


Lindsay: I'll have a sex on the beach with an orange and two cherries, please.

Bartender: Sure.

Roxy: Uh-oh. What happened to you? Rex and you in Splitsville?

Lindsay: What?

Roxy: You know, I know all about you and Rex. You know, you think I'm stupid or something? Look, Honey, I want you know something. I raised him all by myself, so he already has a mommy.

Lindsay: You don't have anything to worry about, Roxanne. I'm not seeing him.

Roxy: You dumped him? He's nuts about you!

Lindsay: Excuse me?

Roxy: You know, I accused him of using you to stick it to that oversexed daughter of yours, and he read me the riot pact.

Lindsay: The what?

Roxy: So don't go breaking my son's heart, because if you do, you're going to have to deal with me, and that's not going to be pretty at all.


Rex: So, what are you doing with Marcie's brother? Do you like him?

Jen: I would like to like him.

Rex: The way you wanted to love Joe? Because he's such a fine, upstanding, card-carrying nice guy?

Ron: Here you go.

Jen: Wait. What's that?

Ron: It's diet ginger ale.

Jen: No, no. I wanted tequila.

Ron: They were out, all out.

Rex: Oh. No, don't worry. I know where they keep the stuff.

Jen: Thank you.

Ron: Look, Jen, I was hoping we wouldn't have to party like idiots tonight. I'd much rather get to know you.

Jen: Okay. Now you know I like tequila.

Ron: I took you to the hospital with alcohol poisoning. What's wrong with you? Are you trying to kill yourself?

Jen: It's only one drink.

Ron: You know, I'm going to head to that movie after all. If you want to come, spend a night without Rex and booze, that would be great. If not, then I guess I'll see you around. Okay.


Marcie: Michael, is there something wrong?

Al's voice: Michael doesn't remember being a kid. He blocked it out.

Al: Um -- I'm sorry, Mom. I guess I just don't remember a lot from back then. I'm really happy to see you, though.

Eve: Your brain's probably too crowded with all that medical stuff. Oh, baby. Ooh. Oh, this is extraordinary.

John: Hmm.

Eve: Thank you, Marcie. If it hadn't been for you, heaven knows when the three of us would be in the same room again.

Marcie: No.

Eve: Until next Christmas.

Marcie: No. I'm just glad I could help. And I've wanted to meet you ever since I heard your record.

Eve: Do you like it?

Marcie: You have an amazing voice.

Eve: Thanks.

Jessica: Oh, Marcie sings, as well.

Marcie: Oh, yeah. No, that's not a big deal.

Eve: Oh.

Jessica: Hi. I'm Jessica Buchanan.

Eve: Hello.

Jessica: And this is Antonio.

Antonio: Oh. Sorry. Hi. I work with John.

Eve: It's wonderful to meet you all -- almost everyone.

Natalie: Hi. I'm Natalie.

Eve: Hi.

John: She grew up in Atlantic City, too.

Eve: An A.C. girl!

John: Hmm, one of those.

Eve: All right. Do you know about the buried treasure?

Natalie: Oh, do I? Roxy, the woman that raised me, used to take me out every weekend to dig up Captain Kidd's gold.

Jessica and Antonio: Are you serious?

Natalie: Oh, yeah. We probably dug up the entire beach at one point or another. She called it the ultimate score.

Marcie: Well, I bet you did all the digging.

[Natalie chuckles]

Eve: Here's a tough one -- do you know the name of the Margate elephant statue?

Natalie: Lucy.

Eve: The family name of the Jersey Devil?

Natalie: Leeds. And if you hear Leeds' name, you better run away.

Al: Roxy, again?

Natalie: Yeah.

John: I got one. How about the largest ball of twine?

Eve: Oh.

Natalie: Well, I know -- I used to know this.

Jessica: Wow, you really are from another world.

Eve: Atlantic City's not like anyplace else.

John: Come on, give up. You're stumped.

Natalie: No! It's on the tip of my tongue!

John: Hmm.

Eve: See, honey? A lot of people forget things.

Al: I want to remember, Mom. I want to hold on to every minute. Listen, why don't you tell me everything, okay? You can start right from the beginning, and you just tell me all of it, okay, and this time I promise to show you how much I love you.

Jessica: Wow, you really turned out to be a nice guy. I mean, you kind of remind me of Al a little bit.


Todd: Damn it, Blair, what made you pass out?

Nurse: Thank you.

Blair: I'm fine.

Todd: You were unconscious.


Dr. Ketchum: Keep the cut clean, and remember to apply the antibiotic ointment. Bring her back in four to seven days for a checkup, and, you --

[All laugh]

Dr. Ketchum: Stop trying to climb before you're ready to walk.

R.J.: Well, thank you, Doctor.

Dr. Ketchum: You're welcome.

Carlotta: Thank you. Oh, you were so good in there, mija. I thought we were going to have to call your daddy and tell him that you were hurt.

R.J.: Yeah, you were one brave little girl. But -- now, Carlotta, this -- this argument was my fault. I was being unreasonable.

Carlotta: No, and so was I. And Jamie got hurt because of it.

R.J.: And that can never happen again.

Carlotta: No. Never.


Eve: I really have to get back. I've got a show to do.

John: Never a night off, huh?

Eve: We're two of a kind, right, kiddo? No sleep, no nightmares. So, you and Natalie --

John: Friends.

Eve: Nothing more?

John: No.

Eve: I hope this isn't the kiss of death, but I like her.

John: I knew you would. Her husband just died, so, you know --

Eve: You deserve someone nice.

John: Have you heard anything I just said?

Eve: Oh, yeah. You know me. Never miss a trick. Listen; be nice to your brother. Go easy on him.

John: Yeah, I will.

Eve: Come here.

John: Bye, Mom.

Eve: I love you.

John: I love you, too.


Eve: Thank you so much for inviting me tonight. I hope I can return the favor in Atlantic City.

Marcie: I would love to come over.

Eve: Bye.

Marcie: Bye.

Eve: Showtime.

Marcie: Bye. Be safe.

Eve: Thanks.


John: Do me a favor. Make sure Natalie gets home okay, all right? I'm going to go by the station, see if they got any prints off that phone booth at L.U. Okay?

Antonio: You got it.

John: Good night.

Jessica: Good night.

Antonio: All right, good night, John. Still thinking about twine, huh?

Natalie: Yeah, you know what? I know -- I know I'm going to remember this the minute I get home.

John: Yeah, yeah.

Natalie: You know, tonight was a lot more fun than I thought it would be.

John: Hey, look, I don't want to break the mood or anything, and I don't want to spook you, but this guy that we're after -- he seems to know things, and I'm worried. I -- I want you to think about some police protection.

Natalie: Thank you, that's very sweet, but come on, I'm a tough girl. I'm a tough Jersey girl! I'm fine.

John: Yeah, look, I know you're a tough girl. I'm not trying to cramp your style or anything. I'm just -- do me a favor and play it safe. Okay? And if you need me, if you need anything, do not hesitate to call me, day or night. You understand?

Natalie: Thank you.

John: You're welcome. That wasn't that hard, was it? Good night.

Natalie: Good night.


John: Marcie --

Marcie: Hey.

John: Thank you for having me.

Marcie: Oh, it was my pleasure.

John: I actually had a good time.

Marcie: Well, I'm glad.

John: You did good tonight.

Marcie: Bye.


Antonio: Marcie, I want to thank you.

Marcie: Oh, you're welcome. Thank you for coming.

Antonio: All right.

Natalie: Thank you.

Jessica: Thanks, Marcie.

Antonio: Put on your coat. It's cold.

Marcie: Good night. Yes.

Antonio: Michael, take care of yourself.

Al: Yes. Thanks a lot.

Jessica: Bye, Michael.

Marcie: Bye, everybody.

Al: See you.

Jessica: Thank you.

Marcie: Oh. You're still here.

Al: Yeah. Do you need a hand cleaning up?

Marcie: Yeah. No, no, I -- I've got it under control.

Al: Well, it's really not a problem. I mean, I'm not tired, and -- well, I'd like to repay you. You did so much for me tonight.

Marcie: I did?

Al: You gave me back my mother tonight. I didn't think that was ever going to happen, and I'd like to repay you somehow.

Marcie: No, listen now, you know, I don't have my mother anymore, but you do, so I just thought that if you saw her, then, you know, you would get back together. It would be -- well, you know Ė


Rex: Hey, what's up, guys? Looking for a new lead singer?

[Riley sighs]

Riley: We are not replacing Flash.

Rex: Nothing personal, but without her pipes, you're not such a hot commodity.

Riley: Then that's the way it is, because we are not replacing her.

Rex: Rock on. I'll just look for a new house band for U.V.

Sheyne: What about the band?

Riley: It's over.

Man: Just got a new package. Best coke I've seen in a long time. Barely stepped on. You interested?

Riley: Yeah. Hook me up.


Jen: You know who Rex is seeing?

Woman: You'll have to ask him that.


Rex: How come you came back?

Lindsay: I changed my mind.


Natalie: John? John, I remembered the ball of twine!

[Natalie screams]

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


On the next "One Life to Live" --

Jen: He's just using you to try to get back at me.

Evangeline: Marty Saybrooke. She is ready to talk to you.

Roxy: Flash is lucky. And maybe the next girl who gets attacked, maybe she won't be.

John: No. No. No.

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