OLTL Transcript Monday 2/2/04

One Life to Live Transcript Monday 2/2/04

Provided by Eric
Proofread by Kathy

Jen: I told you to stay away from her!

Lindsay: Jen --

Rex: Hey, if she wants to be with me, it's her call.

Jen: Be with you? Oh, my God, Mom, what the hell are you thinking?

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Starr: Mom, what's wrong?

Blair: I'm fine.

Starr: Did the hospital say so?

Blair: They say I have a headache, a migraine -- due to stress.

Starr: Maybe stress is from trying to punish Dad for something that he didn't do.

Blair: Okay, okay, okay, Starr, I really, really don't want to fight with you now, okay?

Starr: Why not? Is it because you know that I'm right?

Blair: No, it's because you have enough on your little plate right now, like juvenile court.

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[Doorbell rings]

Nora: Hello, Starr. Oh, Matthew asked me to bring this to you.

Starr: Oh, yes, I have something for him, too.

Nora: You know, I think maybe your friendship should kind of just sort of slip off into the abyss for a little bit.

Starr: I told you I was sorry.

Nora: Yes, I know. Is your Mom here?

Starr: She's in the living room.

Nora: Okay.

Starr: You rock, Matthew.

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Evangeline: Ooh. That is some screwdriver.

R.J.: Oh, no, no, no, just juice. I -- I donated blood at the hospital today. I had to take Jamie in for this little --

Evangeline: Is she okay?

R.J.: Oh, yeah, she's fine, she's fine. It was just a scare. But we found out that she has the same rare blood type as I do, so I made sure that the hospital had a nice, fresh supply.

Evangeline: Okay, but she is all right?

R.J.: Hmm, yeah, she's fine. She's perfect. Thank you for asking. Would you like a drink?

Evangeline: Actually, I'm meeting a client.

R.J.: At this hour?

Evangeline: Well, he keeps strange hours. But I brought the partnership agreement for you and Lindsay to sign.

R.J.: Oh. Okay. Well, now I understand the perversion of your normal business hours. You won't take advice from anyone, will you? Well, look, please, listen to me -- anyone who comes within a half-mile of Manning ends up tainted, ruined for life. Ask Nora if you don't believe me. Or Marty Saybrooke. Yeah, she's the one who brought charges against him the last time for rape.

Todd: This place stinks. Can we go somewhere else?

Evangeline: Let's just -- let's just go get a table, okay?

Todd: Okay. You know, you could do a lot better than Gannon.

Evangeline: I do not need your input in my social life.

Todd: Maybe you do. So who's this consultant you want to hire?

Evangeline: I just spoke with her again on the phone and she is ready to talk to you.

Todd: Who is she?

Evangeline: Marty Saybrooke.

Todd: Not in this lifetime.

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Asa: Oh. Haven't I had enough misery for one night?

Roxanne: Hey, Asa, I just wanted to say I'm really sorry about your granddaughter.

Asa: Well, she's going to make it. That little gal's a fighter.

Roxanne: Yeah, I know. I mean, Flash is really lucky to be alive. But, you know, what I want to know is I want to know why the cops and the F.B.I. can't seem to find that psycho killer.

Asa: So would I.

Roxanne: Hey, listen; your son's the commish. What's he doing?

Asa: His best.

Roxanne: Yeah, well, maybe his best is not good enough. I mean, you know, Flash is lucky, but maybe the next girl who gets attacked, maybe she won't be.

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John: No. No! No!

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Todd: How can it possibly help the defense to bring in a woman who I -- I don't understand how she can be a consultant.

Evangeline: Okay, this case comes down to your word against Blair’s, and you won't let me go after Blair’s credibility.

Todd: That's right.

Evangeline: So the only move I have left is to establish yours, which is going to take some doing, believe me. But Dr. Saybrooke has been for several years now a successful psychiatrist in California. She has written extensively on sex crimes, and, for some incredible reason, she's ready to talk to you. She told me that she believes you take full responsibility for your actions and that you are truly remorseful, and she said that she was convinced that you deeply love Blair. Now, she's just going to consult, Todd. Unless you're too scared to look her in the eye.

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Nora: I just wanted to stop by quickly to make sure you're okay. You okay?

Blair: Yeah, I'm fine. It's just stress.

Nora: Well, you think you're stressed now, wait till the trial starts. You know it's going to turn into a media circus, right?

Blair: Nora, are you trying to talk me out of this?

Nora: No, I'm just making sure you know what you're in for.

Blair: Well, I can handle it.

Nora: Okay. Look, I want to make another plea-bargain offer to Todd.

Blair: Do not let him off the hook, Nora.

Nora: I'm trying to let you off the hook, Blair.

Blair: I can take care of myself. I just want him in jail.

Nora: So do I. But I think I know of an easier way to do it.

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Jen: Answer me. What's going on?

Lindsay: We were just fooling around and having an argument about which generation knows how to kiss better, and it turned into a bet.

Jen: A bet?

Lindsay: Yes, a bet. That's all it was.

Rex: Yeah, that's all it was.

Jen: I think you should go home.

Lindsay: I think I'll be the one to decide when that time is.

Jen: Okay, then come over here with me.

Rex: Hey, Jen, don't you want to know who won? Was a tie.

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Al: Oh, man.

Rex: Hey, if it isn't Llanview’s favorite fun couple.

Al: Ugh. Are you serving drinks or just dry wit?

Rex: Both. What'll it be?

Al: Let me have a beer. What are you going to have?

Marcie: Oh, Virgin Mary.

Rex: That's too easy.

Al: Oh, what a jerk that guy is.

Marcie: Yeah, forget about him.

Al: You did a really great thing tonight.

Marcie: Yeah, so did you.

Al: All I did was not act like a jerk for a little while.

Marcie: Yeah, but that's really hard for you.

Al: Not with your patented jerk-alert system.

Marcie: Michael.

Al: You know, I can't believe you brought my mom here. You're amazing.

Marcie: I really like her.

Al: Yeah, John's always going on about how great she is, you know? We just never clicked. Not until tonight, that is. John seemed really happy.

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John: Natalie? Natalie? Can you hear me?

John: This is F.B.I. agent John McBain. I got an emergency, Angel Square Hotel. I need police, I need E.M.T.s. Hurry. Natalie? Natalie? Hey, can you hear me? Natalie, you got to wake up.

[Natalie gasps]

John: Come on. That's it. That's it, baby.

Natalie: John!

John: Ambulance is on their way. All right. It's okay.

Natalie: Somebody tried -- tried to kill me. They -- they --

John: It's okay.

Natalie: Couldn't breathe.

John: It's okay. Shh. It's okay. I got you. I got you.

John: I know. I know you're okay. Just take it easy until those E.M. guys get here and get to check you out, all right?

Natalie: Why didn't he kill me? He killed everyone else.

John: Why don't you tell me what happened. How'd you get in here?

Natalie: I -- I don't know. I was in the hall.

John: Why were you in the hall?

Natalie: New Jersey. I -- I remembered the ball of twine, and I wanted to tell you. So I was knocking on your door, and then somebody just came by, I mean, and was choking me. And I couldn't breathe. I fought back.

John: Okay.

Natalie: I was dizzy, went black.

John: You must have passed out. He brought you in here. And he left this.

Natalie: Is it more music, his codes?

John: "If I wanted her dead, she’d be dead. Ditto 323. I control the case. I control your life."

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Roxanne: Hey, hey. Stay away from that bull if you know what's good for you.

Nigel: His great-granddaughter was almost killed. I must say something.

Roxanne: Well, say it fast, and then duck.

Nigel: If that's what he requires to ease his pain -- Sir, I was so relieved to hear Miss Sarah is alive.

Asa: Yes. But she may never sing again.

Roxanne: Well, you know, it could be worse than that. I mean, you know, it's not like she was a superstar or anything like -- you know, there are probably better things that she could probably do with her life than sing.

Asa: What in the hell is wrong with you, woman? Singing is her life!

Roxanne: Yeah, I know, but I just mean that, you know, there are probably --

Asa: I don't care what you mean! And I don't need any crocodile tears from a damn traitor like you!

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Evangeline: You know, I wouldn't normally tell a client about a consultant, but I felt in this case it was something you needed to know upfront, so -

Todd: I just don't think it's a good idea. 

Evangeline: It's the only idea. When you have me going into court with one hand tied behind my back, I have to have something as powerful as Dr. Saybrooke in the other.

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Nora: Hi there.

R.J.: Hey.

Nora: I'm looking for Evangeline.

R.J.: Ah. Well, she's over there with her client. I don't know how she sits at the same table and talks to that degenerate, much less represents him.

Nora: It's her job, R.J., and she's good at it. She's smart, talented, and a real looker, too. Mm-hmm. Don't lose her over some degenerate.

R.J.: Well, I'm trying not to.

Nora: And I know you won't because you're smart and talented, too.

R.J.: Hmm. You left out the good-looker part.

Nora: Yes, I did, didn't I?

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Todd: Oh, excellent. Could my night get any worse? Oh, no, please join us.

Nora: Thank you. I'm here to make another offer.

Todd: Well, we don't want to hear it.

Evangeline: Let's hear it.

Todd: No.

Nora: Wait a minute; you're paying her to be your lawyer. Don't you want to listen to her?

Todd: Like I listened to you? That did me a lot of good.

Evangeline: What's the offer, Nora?

Nora: He pleads to aggravated indecent assault. He gets three to five years and he'll make parole in 18 months. What, you'd rather do 20 to life for rape?

Todd: I'm not going to do a day. I didn't hurt Blair.

Nora: She's certainly suffering from serious migraines, not to mention your daughter's acting out all over the place. If you care about your family --

Todd: You know damn well I care about my family.

Nora: Well, then why don't you stop the insanity before it even starts?

Todd: You're the one pressing charges!!

Evangeline: He's right. If you're so worried about Mrs. Manning, maybe you're the one who shouldn't be putting her through this.

Nora: I didn't start this. He did. It's not just Blair. Your daughter is in serious trouble. One more stunt and she's going to be at the detention center. Is that what you want for her, Todd?

Evangeline: Here's what we're going to do. He'll plead to aggravated indecent assault --

Todd: No, he won’t.

Evangeline: If you make it two years probation, no hard time.

Nora: Oh, absolutely not. You got to be kidding me.

Evangeline: You're the one with the shaky witness and a case that will be the new definition of "reasonable doubt."

Nora: No, I'm the one that was trying to give you a break because of your family. You say you care about them.

Todd: Don't play me, Nora. We both know you need Blair to win this case and we both know that she won't lie on the stand.

Nora: Nobody's asking her to lie. You seem very sure of yourself.

Todd: I'm sure of Blair.

Nora: You'd better hope you're right.

Todd: I know I'm right.

Evangeline: Well, I have to say that you handled that pretty well.

Todd: Well, Nora and I have been knocking heads for some time now.

Evangeline: So you are really this sure of Blair?

Todd: Well, she won't lie.

Evangeline: What if you're wrong?

Todd: I'm not wrong.

Evangeline: Okay, I still think that it would best to bring in Dr. Saybrooke.

Todd: You do whatever you want. But I wouldn't pay her very much because there won't be any trial.

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Jen: You are old enough to be his mother. I mean, he's just using you to try to get back at me.

Lindsay: Why are you making this about you? Does everything always have to be about you?

Jen: Where does that come from?

Lindsay: Sorry. I'm sorry. I didn't mean it the way that it sounded. It's just that what you said upset me.

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Marcie: It's not spicy enough. Oh, no! Oh, no! I'm so sorry!

Al: Man! Marcie, Marcie --

Marcie: I'm sorry, I'm sorry!

Al: No, no, stop! Stop! Stop moving!

Marcie: Okay.

Al: Freeze.

Marcie: Okay.

Al: Okay. Take these napkins and move away from the bar.

Marcie: Okay.

Al: Okay.

Marcie: I'm so sorry.

Al: Oh, it's okay. People at the hospital love to see me and think that I can't control my bladder.

Marcie: Oh, no, I think I ruined my shirt.

Al: Oh, I think it's going to be all right.

Marcie: All right, I'm going to the ladies' room.

Al: Okay.

Marcie: I'm sorry.

Al: It's okay.

Jen: Marcie strikes again? I mean, I love that girl, but she is a walking disaster area.

Al: Oh, come on, everybody makes mistakes.

Jen: Oh, do you mean me in the hospital?

Al: No, no. No, I'm talking about my personal life. It's out of control.

Jen: I doubt that. A cute guy like you?

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Natalie: Why didn't he kill me?

John: He wants me to know that he's in charge.

Natalie: Why is he making this personal?

John: I don't know.

Paramedic: Ma'am? Thank you.

John: I'll have one of the cops to take you home, all right?

Natalie: I don't -- I don't want to go home. Roxy's never there, and I don't really feel like being alone right now.

John: Okay. How about your mom's, all right? There's always someone there, right? Okay. Hey. Do me a favor -- can you get me one of your best people to take Mrs. Vega to Llanfair? One of your best people, all right? Here.

Natalie: Thank you for getting me through this.

John: I'm just glad you're all right.

[Phone rings]

John: McBain.

Man: [Disguised voice] Did you get my note, Johnny?

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Blair: What are you doing here?

Todd: Don't worry, the cops are outside. And I'm on my way to Statesville.

Blair: You're going to prison.

Todd: Yeah, I made the deal, Blair. But we both know it wasn't rape.

Blair: You confessed.

Todd: For you and the kids. I love you. I'd rather rot in jail than see you suffer through this trial. I'm going to think of you every day, forever. And you're going to think of me, too.

Blair: You have to leave.

Todd: Every day, Blair, forever.

[Phone rings]

Blair: Hello?

Todd: Hey, it's me.

Blair: Did you talk to Nora?

Todd: No, I'm not calling about that. Starr pulled another one.

Blair: What are you talking about? She's upstairs in her room.

Todd: When was the last time you looked? Don't worry, she's okay. She's here. But she refuses to leave until you come and get her.

Blair: Well, you know what, you can tell her that that is definitely not going to happen.

Todd: It's not that simple.

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Jen: So, is it true what they say about doctors and nurses?

Al: What do they say?

Jen: Well, you have so much time on your hands, I mean, long hours, you know, you have to grab sleep whenever you can, and sometimes it's not sleep that you're grabbing.

Al: You watch too much bad television.

Jen: Well, it has to come from somewhere. So do you let outsiders into your parties?

Marcie: Ahem. Jen, can I talk to you for a second?

Jen: Sure.

Marcie: Why are you all over Michael? You don't even like him.

Jen: We were just talking.

Marcie: Jen, you're never just talking. You can't stand it that someone actually might be interested in me.

Jen: Marcie, you don't even like him.

Marcie: That is not true. Listen, I might have said that I wasn't interested in him --

Jen: Okay, first you don't and now you do, so how am I supposed to know?

Marcie: Listen, the point is that I get a little bit of attention and you just have to take it away!

Jen: I'm sorry. I didn't know something was going on between you two.

Marcie: Well, technically, nothing is going on between us.

Jen: Then why are you getting so bent out of shape?

Marcie: I'm not getting bent out of shape!

Jen: You're not making any sense!

Marcie: Yeah, well, neither are you!

Al: Everything okay?

Marcie: No, I just went off on my best friend.

Al: Because she was flirting with me?

Marcie: I guess so.

Al: That's Jen. She flirts. It's who she is. That's why I'm not as interested in her as I am in you.

Marcie: She's supposed to be my best friend.

Al: Uh, well, in that case, I guess that Valentine’s Day trip that you guys had planned, well, it's probably a bad idea.

Marcie: Yeah, maybe it is.

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Rex: You and your pit bull were going at it pretty good.

Jen: Rex, bite me.

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John: What are you talking about?

Man: [Disguised voice] Don't play games with me, Johnny boy.

John: Games? Oh, I'm not the coward who gets off choking young girls.

Man: Oh, is this where I'm supposed to get angry and say something I don't want to say? Johnny, Johnny, Johnny. You and your cohorts have become so predictable.

John: So what do you want?

Man: I want to know how you like it when someone else controls your life.

John: This isn't my life; it's my job, hunting scum down.

Man: Oh. Oh, oh, hang on a minute while I shake in my boots. John, Johnny, you haven't found me, I found you -- and that new girlfriend of yours. Does it hurt to know that I can get to her, too? As much as it hurt when your last girlfriend met her tragic end, your fiancee? Remember her?

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Asa: Nobody sticks a knife in my back and gets away with it. All the damn things I've done for the likes of you.

Roxy: You know, you don' have to listen to him because you work for yourself now.

Asa: Oh, really? We'll see about that.

Nigel: Sir?

Asa: I called in a few favors, Conrad Hilton, and the zone board is going to condemn that fleabag hotel of yours. A week from now, it's going to be nothing but rubble.

Roxy: Oh, yeah? Over nNigel's dead body.

Asa: Hmm.

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R.J.: Hey, where you going?

Evangeline: Well, I thought I would head on home.

R.J.: Well, Lindsay’s going to come over and sign those papers, and, well, I thought after that, we could celebrate.

Evangeline: You, me, and Lindsay?

R.J.: No. No, no, no. Just you and me. The kitchen is still open, so we could have a late meal and talk.

Evangeline: Oh, about why I shouldn't represent Todd Manning?

R.J.: No. No, not tonight. Stay. You won't regret it.

Evangeline: Oh, your new partner is here.

R.J.: Ah, okay. I'll be right back.

Evangeline: I'll wait.

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Blair: What do you think you're doing, Starr?

Starr: Getting you here.

Todd: She's got a key in her mouth.

Starr: I'll swallow it, I swear.

Blair: Wait a minute, did you put her up to this?

Starr: No.

Todd: No, I've been trying to get her to cough it up since I found her here.

Blair: Okay. Hand over the key.

Starr: No, I won't, not until you tell Dad that you love him. And you have to talk in order to do that, don't you?

Blair: I think the only thing that we have to talk about here is your punishment.

Starr: Then I'm swallowing.

Blair: Okay, you go right ahead and you swallow and you sit right there for the rest of your little life.

Todd: Huh. I'm not sure that's the approach they'd recommend in any parenting book.

Blair: It's your choice, Starr. You can either give me the key and we'll unlock the handcuffs, or we'll call the cops, they'll come and they'll cut them off of you, and then they'll take you away. You like that?

Todd: Sorry, Shorty, I can't help you here.

[Starr sighs]

Starr: Ow! Ow! I think I cut myself.

Blair: Where, Sweetie? Where? Wait, wait, wait -- Starr! Hey, Starr, give me the key!

Starr: Don't let her go until she tells you that she loves you!

Blair: You come back down here right now, Starr! It's not funny, Todd. Get over here and unlock me!

Blair: What do you think you're doing?

Todd: Starr's right, we need to talk.

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Lindsay: Where do I sign?

R.J.: Here.

Lindsay: Okay.

R.J.: Now, when I called you, it sounded like you were at U.V. I thought we talked about this and you were all done with Rex the boy wonder. What happened?

Lindsay: Nothing. I mean, he kissed me.

R.J.: That's nothing?

Lindsay: That's what Jen said.

R.J.: Jen? Your daughter was there?

Lindsay: Yeah. She was really upset. I mean, she doesn't want him, but she doesn't want anyone else to have him, either.

R.J.: You are her mother.

Lindsay: I deserve to have a life, too.

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Riley: Jen.

Jen: Hey. Uh, you might want to wipe the white powder off your nose.

Riley: Oh, no, no, it's -- it's just a little cold.

Jen: Right.

Riley: Hey, I got some more if you want to.

Jen: How about let's just go dance?

Riley: I'm not too fond of music right now, all right?

Jen: Hey, Flash is going to be okay. She is, okay? Come on, come on, let's go dance.

Riley: Hey, hey, hey, what about Rex?

Jen: What about him? He's dating my mom.

Riley: I thought your Mom was dating my dad.

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Al: So, you think since you're not going to be with Jen over the holiday you might want to spend it with me?

Marcie: Isn't it a little early for that?

Al: Valentine's Day is in two weeks.

Marcie: No. No, I mean us. Michael, you're a really nice guy, but -- I mean, you're a lot nicer than you used to be --

Al: But I'm not nice enough for you.

Marcie: No, I swear, it's not you, it's -- it's me.

Al: Oh, really? God, I never heard that before.

Marcie: No, it's true.

Al: Look at me. Look in my eyes and tell me it's not me.

Al's voice: You're going to meet somebody.

Marcie: Who? When?

Al: I don't know.

Marcie: What are you talking about?

Al: I don't know, exactly, Marcie, but when you meet this person, you've got to look into his eyes, okay? If you keep looking, eventually you'll see me.

Marcie: No. No, it's not -- it's not you.

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Officer: We're going to leave a cruiser outside the hotel in case this guy comes back.

John: He won’t. I wish he would, but he won’t. Thanks.

John: How do you know so much about me?

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Blair: Starr! Get down here right now and unlock these handcuffs, please! This is not funny, Todd. It's not funny at all.

Todd: Sorry. It seems like kind of like our relationship, where we're locked together, but something always comes between us.

Blair: Oh, you mean like maybe your lies, your jealousy, or maybe general insanity? What do you think?

Todd: Well, you've had your moments, too.

Blair: I wish I'd never met you.

Todd: Yes, you do. You still love me.

Blair: You're sick.

Todd: We've tried to love other people, Blair, but it never worked. This is it for us, for both of us, whether we like it or not.

[Knock on door]

Nora: Todd, are you in there?

[Knock]

Nora: Todd?

Todd: Don’t.

Blair: Nora! Nora, come on in, please!

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Evangeline: So now you're a gallery owner.

R.J.: Mm-hmm.

Evangeline: And Lindsay owns half of all of this.

R.J.: Yeah. Why not? I mean, jazz was my first love, art's my second, and now I own a gallery full of it.

Evangeline: Hmm.

R.J.: Jazz and art can transport you, take you away from your life, away from all your problems.

Evangeline: I could use some of that.

R.J.: I thought so. And so -- bam! -- Win or lose, 24 hours after you have a verdict, you are in the Bahamas on a sun-drenched beach, and I'm handing you a huge, frosty margarita and a towel.

Evangeline: My God, R.J. That is so sweet. This is so sweet. Nora was right. She said that I should wait and that someday that I would see the real you.

R.J.: Do you like what you see?

Evangeline: I love it.

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Al: Marcie? You okay?

Marcie: Yeah. Yeah, I'm -- I'm going to go tell Jen that I can't make it on the winter trip. Okay. Listen, about winter break -- I -- I really just don't think that I can make it. You know, I have a lot of things to do and I'm just really too busy, so --

Jen: Yeah, me, too. It was a bad idea.

Marcie: Yeah. I guess. Bye.

Riley: You know, if you're still looking to go on a trip, I'm leaving for London tomorrow, if you want to go.

Jen: To London?

Riley: Yeah. If you're into it.

Jen: Thanks. That's really nice of you. Maybe I will. Maybe I'll go check in on Joe.

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[Phone rings]

Natalie: Hello?

John: You got home okay?

Natalie: Yeah, the officer took me straight me to my room. I thought he was going to make me drink hot milk and tuck me in.

John: You feeling any better?

Natalie: Yeah, I'm fine. Did you find anything?

John: No.

Natalie: I just wish I'd gotten a look at him.

John: I'm just glad you're alive.

Natalie: Me, too. Pretty stupid of me, huh, running around that late at night when a maniac's on the loose?

John: It's not your fault.

Natalie: Well, I -- I never got to answer that ball of twine question for you.

John: That's okay.

Natalie: Well, I almost got killed trying to. It's -- it's at the Atlantic City Ripley's Believe It or Not.

John: That's right.

Natalie: Well, I just can't believe that I remembered. But I'm going to have a really good one for you next time.

John: I don't think there should be a next time, not for a long while.

Natalie: It's just a trivia question.

John: You need to get on with your life, and you don’t need someone like me messing it up, anyway. Here today, gone tomorrow -- that kind of thing.

Natalie: Is this about you protecting me from that lunatic?

John: No. I just can't do this right now.

Natalie: Okay. Fine. No more trivia questions.

John: Get checked out by a doctor tomorrow, okay?

Natalie: Thanks for calling.

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Nora: What's going on?

Blair: The key is right there by your feet. Just unlock me, please.

Nora: Matthew said he sent handcuffs to Starr. This where these came from?

Blair: Actually, Starr --

Nora: Right there.

Blair: Starr did this all by herself. She thought it was going to help. Got it?

Nora: Yep.

Blair: Oh, thank you. Starr! Come here!

Todd: What?

Nora: Take the deal, Todd. Look what it's doing to your family, and the trial hasn't even started yet.

Blair: Come on; grab your backpack.

Starr: You wrecked it!

Nora: Listen --

Todd: Starr, your mom and I had a nice talk, don't worry.

Starr: Tell your rat son that I never want to talk to him ever again!

Blair: Starr, that is enough! Let's go!

Starr: Get off of me!

Blair: Starr, I mean it!

Nora: Sweet kid. Take the deal, Todd.

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

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On the next "One Life to Live" --

Antonio: It's probably a bunch of information you've already seen.

John: Not put together like this.

Stephen: I'm beginning to get a feeling that the police are never going to find the Music Box Killer.

Judge: I am hereby removing Ms. Manning from the custody of her mother.

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