OLTL Transcript Tuesday 3/9/04

One Life to Live Transcript Tuesday 3/9/04

By Eric
Proofread by Melissa

David: Well, I've already explained that, Reverend. Yes, Dorian and I want to have a large wedding. That's why we've invited over 100 people. I'm sorry -- did I call the church or the police station? Because this feels like an interrogation. Because Dorian and I are very much in love, and she wants the entire world to know it.


Dorian: Oh, no, no, no, no, it's perfectly fine if you can't make the wedding. In fact, quite frankly, there may not be one. No, it's just that David was a bit premature in sending out those invitations. The poor man, he's desperately in love. No, as a matter of -- no, I love him, of course, but I'm just not sure that a man is what I need in my life right now, especially David.


Paul: I really appreciate you taking the time to look into my aunt's death.

Michael: No, it's not a problem.

Paul: So, what's it say in her file? Any chance of foul play?

Michael: You seem real eager to turn this death into a bad scene. You know, there's a real killer out there killing people why go looking for a crime when there isn't one?


Jessica: I heard you go out in the hall and call Bo. What's going on?

Antonio: Doesn't matter. Go back to sleep.

Jessica: Antonio, what happened after I left the docks?

Antonio: Haver never showed. We don't know where he is.

Jessica: Well, is Natalie ok?

Antonio: Last I heard, she was sleeping.

Jessica: Antonio, what's going on?

Antonio: Honey, I want you to try to forget about all this. You need to get some sleep.

Jessica: I can't sleep. Every time I shut my eyes, I just -- I see things that I don't want to see.

Antonio: We're going to get him.

Jessica: I'm not talking about him, Antonio. I'm talking about me. What's -- what's wrong with me that I let this happen again?


Nora: Hi. Can we have some privacy, please?

Guard: Sure, Ms. Buchanan.

Nora: Thank you.

Troy: What's going on?

Nora: I came to apologize.


John: Well, when did you last --?

Bo: This is a list of places Natalie hangs out. Find out if anybody's seen her. If they have, I want to know when.

John: Well, figure it out.

Bo: Did you find her?

John: The cop at the safe house says she made up her bed to look like someone was in it.

Bo: What, deliberate? Do you think she's been drugged? Maybe she's hypnotized like Jess?

John: Could be. The cop said that she had been bugging him to let her call me.

Bo: When?

John: While we were at the Haver stakeout on the pier.

Bo: You have any idea what she wanted?

John: No. She said something about my mother calling her.

Bo: What, your mother?

John: Yeah. I don't know. He just said Natalie started acting very strange, that she needed to get a hold of me.

Bo: You have any idea where your mother is now?

John: No, I've left a few messages. Let me check one other thing.


Stephen: So good to see you, Natalie.

Natalie: Let go of me!

Stephen: I need to talk to you right now. If you don't agree, you're going to suffer an awful lot of pain. So, please--

[Phone rings]

Stephen: Oh, that would be John calling his mother. I have her cell phone.

Natalie: How did you --

Stephen: Shh, shh. He's just figuring out that something is wrong. Very good. Good boy, Johnny.


Natalie: Listen to me. Listen, I have got to get on this plane!

Stephen: No, no, Natalie, Natalie, you need to listen to me. If you and John want to stay alive, you need to play along right now. It's all up to you.


Riley: I can't believe you're helping me with this.

Jen: Yeah, me, neither. You left a lot of stuff at your dad's place.

Riley: Yeah, well, I wasn't quite sure how long I'd be living here, you know? But after the music box killer went after Flash and she had to go to London, I just thought, "time to do it."

Jen: How's she doing?

Riley: Hmm. Well, not so good. She still needs more throat surgery, and she still might not sing. But --

Jen: I'm sorry.

Riley: You know, the worst thing about it is that there's this big, empty space where she used to be, and all I can do is just miss her, and -- I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to get down like that.

Jen: No, it's just what you said just gets to me. You know what? No, I don't -- I don't want to do this.

Riley: No, hey, listen -- Jen, what is going on?


Antonio: Hey, you can't blame yourself for trusting Haver. I mean, nothing you did or didn't do could've stopped Haver from being a killer.

Jessica: Why? Why did he know that I was the one that he could fool?

Antonio: Because he's an expert in autosuggestion, all right? Stop beating yourself up. Haver's done this before.

Jessica: Yeah, but even after everybody warned me -- everybody said, you know? And he showed up here, and I just -- I let him in. What does that say about my instincts?

Antonio: You know, it's not such a terrible thing wanting to see the best in people.

Jessica: Antonio, if I can't see a psychopath standing right in front of me like a Professor Haver or a Mitch Laurence, it's dangerous. And, you know, you really have to wonder -- is it that I just can't see depravity or I just don't want to see it?


Troy: You don't have to apologize, Nora. I did things that were -- things that were unforgivable.

Nora: Well, gosh, you -- you certainly look better now that Haverís not pumping all those hallucinogens into you.

Troy: I wish I had known what he was doing.

Nora: Yeah, well, we do, too. I just want you to know that the D.A.'s office is very appreciative you're willing testify against him.

Troy: Yeah. Of course.

Nora: I've arranged to have you transferred to a minimum-security facility.

Troy: You did that for me?

Nora: Your new doctors -- they say that you're getting better every day, that you'll probably be released.

Troy: It'd be a miracle. Nora, how would you feel about me going free?


John: Ok, please call me when she does. Mom was supposed to sing at the club in Atlantic City tonight. She never showed up.

Bo: Does she do that often?

John: Never.

Bo: When's the last time you saw her?

John: Couple days.

Bo: What about Michael?

John: You know what? I'm already on it.


Natalie: You don't understand! I have to get to Nevada. My husband -- I just found out he's alive! Please?

Stephen: I don't think so.

Natalie: Please! He didn't do anything to you, and I have to see him. I have to get to him!

Stephen: Not when John needs you.

Natalie: John doesn't need me.

Stephen: He needs you. He's pining away. He's lost the woman he loves once. He doesn't want to do it again. So let him help you save him.

Natalie: Ugh -- oh! No, let me go.

Stephen: It's ok. It's all right. Relax. It'll all be over soon. It'll all be over soon.


[Phone rings]

Michael: Hello?

John: Yeah, it's me. Hey, when was the last time you were in touch with Mom?

Michael: I had dinner with her the other night at Capricorn. Why?

John: You heard from her since?

Michael: No. Is something wrong?

John: No, this -- this case is just driving me crazy, and I -- I owe her a phone call.

Michael: You sound stressed. Are you sure everything's ok?

John: Yeah, I'm fine. I'll talk to you later. Michael, take care of yourself.

Michael: You, too.

Paul: Look, I really liked dear, old Aunt Betsy. But first she got tricked into cutting me out of her will, and as soon as she leaves everything to Dorianís daughter, she winds up dead.

Michael: Ok. But she had a bad heart. Have you looked at her history? I mean -- man, I'm sure that all of her physicians told you that eventually her heart would give out on her, so it did.

Paul: But what caused it to happen just then?

Michael: I don't know. It could've been any number of things -- a sudden scare, sudden excitement. Maybe it was just her time to go.

Paul: So no foul play?

Michael: No. Not that I can see. I'm sorry.


David: Wow, did I just hear you say that you don't want to marry me?

Dorian: David, I'm just not sure that it's what I need right now.

David: You're wearing my ring.

Dorian: I know. I love it. It's beautiful, even though the stone did belong to me -- does belong to me. You did steal it out of the Badhra -- Badhra necklace.

David: When I steal something, I keep it. I was simply repositioning your asset to augment its emotional value.

Dorian: I want to be taken seriously.

David: I do take you seriously.

Dorian: Not just by you, ok? By all of Llanview, by the world. And you've got to admit, your status is a bit questionable.

David: Really? Well, just so you know, I've reserved a church for three days from today, all right? When exactly were you planning on letting me know this?

Dorian: David, I'm sorry. I don't have time to talk. I've got to meet the Chief of Staff of the hospital. He wants to talk to me about a position there. You know what this means?

David: Free tetanus shots?

Dorian: David, if he helps me regain my medical status, I will regain my position in the world. I could then even afford to marry you.

David: What are you talking -- what -- the R.S.V.P.s are pouring in!

Dorian: Yes? Who's accepted?

David: Well, I'll tell you. There's -- I'm sure we're going to have a yes by the end of today.

Dorian: Nobody is accepting your invitations because, for one thing, I'm calling people and telling them not to.

David: You're what -- look, come on, don't run from this, ok? We may not be perfect, but we love each other, right?

Dorian: I haven't got time to think about love when I can regain my medical career.


Stephen: Natalie, you've made this too easy. Needing your husband's miraculous return from the dead so badly? Shame. Shame.

Natalie: No, it's a miracle. I got a call from John's mother.

Stephen: No, John's mother -- from this phone -- from John's mother's phone?

Natalie: She said that Cristian was trying to --

Stephen: To call John, yes, yes.

Natalie: Oh, no.

Stephen: It's ok, go ahead. You're home. You're there. You're almost there.

Natalie: Cristian -- Cristian's not really alive.

Stephen: No. No.


[Hip-hop music]

Paul: Is there something wrong?

Michael: What's that?

Paul: You look worried.

Michael: Oh, it's my brother, John. He's wound pretty tight over this music box murder case.

Paul: Right. So, you an investigator, too? You want to help me figure out if someone murdered my aunt?

Michael: Ok, listen, if you want to push this, you're going to need some evidence to get the cops to exhume the body for a second autopsy. But you need evidence. They're not just going to dig her up because you asked them to.

Paul: All right, then I'll get some. Thanks for the beer. Dorian.

Dorian: Paul, I don't have time. Dr. Long. Please be seated.

Dr. Long: Thank you.

Dorian: I was so surprised to hear from you -- and thrilled, of course. Oh, I have to tell you -- I couldn't have been more pleased with the care that my niece, Blair, got at your hospital for her operation.

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

Dorian: Especially considering the fact that you're short-staffed, and -- so naturally, you must be -- ahem -- recruiting for physicians.

Dr. Long: Yes, well, that's why I asked to meet with you.

Dorian: Oh. You know, my good friend Viki Davidson, who's on your board, has always said to me that I should return to the practice of medicine. And I know I will have to take the state boards and get my license reinstated.

Dr. Long: Well, we definitely want you back, but not as a physician.

Dorian: Not? Then as what?

Dr. Long: Actually, this is -- this is much more suitable to your talents. I'd like you to be our new Director of Community Relations.


Rex: Hey. Drinking alone?

Michael: What's it to you?

Rex: Oh, just wondering if you're expecting Marcie.

Michael: Why?

Rex: Because wherever Marcie shows up, sooner or later Jen is sure to follow.


Riley: Whoa, hey. Jen, hey -- whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! What's the rush?

Jen: I don't want to do this, I want to help you. I don't want to be the person to come to you with my problems.

Riley: Well, that is what friends do.

Jen: Not guy friends. It's complicated.

Riley: Well, I'm sorry. I don't want to complicate you, but I am your friend, so spill it.

Jen: It's stupid, you know? I shouldn't be surprised that it's even happening.

Riley: What, does this have to do with your mom, something she did?

Jen: No, it's my marriage. Joe was my one shot to be good. You know, I had this crazy dream that he was just going to come back from England and just fix everything, and then I would be worth something.

Riley: You are worth something.

Jen: I thought if I was part of this great guy's life, this great family, then that would make me great. But instead, I just got served with divorce papers.

Riley: Oh, man, I am sorry. I know how much that hurts.

Jen: Yeah, it pretty much just makes my failure official.

Riley: Your failure? Did you ever stop to think that maybe it's his failure?

Jen: Yeah, right. Ask anybody.

Riley: Oh, give it a rest for two minutes to think about how much you have going for you. All right, and for God's sakes, you don't need a guy to show you who you are!

Jen: Thank you. Maybe one day I'll realize that.

Riley: Hey, maybe I'll help you.

Jen: It's really -- it's not that heavy.

Riley: Not the box, you goof. I will help you figure out that you do not need a guy.


Nora: I'm not afraid of you anymore, Troy. If you're going to be released, good for you. I just really came here to apologize for blaming you for the things that you didn't do.

Troy: Yeah, Dr. Haver really set me up.

Nora: Yes, he did. He gave you passes from Statesville on the nights of the murder, he connected all the murders to me, he planted evidence in your cell.

Troy: Yeah.

Nora: All those murders, and you were innocent of every one of them.

Troy: Not Claire Baxterís. And I'll never forgive myself for Gabrielle. I set her up for him.

Nora: You didn't know what you were doing. You didn't know what you were doing. You weren't well.

Troy: No. No, I wasnít. But even so, I'm never going to escape the responsibility for those two deaths.


John: Ok, thank you. You ready for this? Natalie went to Rodiís and got her paycheck in cash.

Bo: Alone? What's she up to?

John: Oh, it gets better. She told the manager that Haver had been caught and that she was leaving town.

Bo: Been caught?

John: Mm-hmm. She also said something about Cristian still being alive.

Bo: Why would she say that?

John: I have no idea, Bo.

[Phone rings]

John: Excuse me. Hey, mom.

Stephen: No, sorry. Care to guess again?

John: Haver.

Stephen: Yes. Your mother was with me. That's why I have her phone.

John: Where is she?

Stephen: She's a lovely woman, John -- lovely. But she's in over her head.

John: Where is she, Haver, and where's Natalie?

Stephen: She's right here with me at the airport. She's getting ready to meet her dead husband. You care to join us for one final bon voyage?

John: Natalie's at the airport.

Bo: Well, what about your mom?

John: He said she's alive but "she's in over her head." Bo, what do I do? Where -- where do I start looking?

Bo: You take care of Natalie. I'll find your mother.

John: Yeah?

Bo: All right? Yeah.

John: Find her, Bo.

Bo: Gonzalez? Make sure he has some backup. Call the airport, all right? Haver's there!


Stephen: I want to thank you for making this fun, Natalie. Now, are you ready to take a little trip?


David: Well, Renee, it turns out -- looks like you were right after all. Too many of our guests can't make it to the reception because of the short notice. I was -- I was wondering if I could recoup some of that deposit. Oh, I can? Oh, great. Well, then I'll just swing by The Palace and pick that up, then -- in cash, of course. What do you mean, only Dorian can pick -- well, I know it's her credit card, but once we're married, half of everything will be mi-- hello? Hello?

[Doorbell rings]

David: Paul! Stopping by to drop off a wedding present?

Paul: When's the wedding?

David: Friday. Only three shopping days left.

Paul: By then I'll have already proven that you two killed Aunt Betsy.

David: Wow, I just can't seem to get rid of you, can I? Must've really angered the Norse Gods. Apparently, you need some psychotherapy for your grief. I think you know the way out.

Paul: Betsy's report showed that she died of a massive coronary that could've been caused by some intense shock -- or maybe just something she caught from you. I'm going to find out what it was.

David: Well, at least she died happy, knowing that her money would go to Adriana and not you.

Paul: I'm going to find out exactly how you guys rigged this. And your little walk down the aisle? It's going to be a perp walk.

David: So does that mean I can write you down for a yes?


Dorian: So basically this is just an administrative job.

Dr. Long: Well like my own these days. But it can be very rewarding, even powerful.

Dorian: In what way?

Dr. Long: Well, consider how it would use your talents. It demands a strong knowledge of medicine, which you have, a superior skill in dealing with people, where you shine.

Dorian: Thank you.

Dr. Long: You'd be the glue that holds the staff, the board, and the community together. And with your position in Llanview society, you'd be a genius at raising money and advising us how to put it to good use.

Dorian: I could do that, yes.

Dr. Long: Also, your friendship with Viki Davidson would be extremely valuable in making this a success.

Dorian: Um -- indeed. You know, I am very flattered that you would even consider me, and I will give it a great deal of consideration. But I have to let you know, my life is so full right now.

Dr. Long: Uh-huh.

Dorian: But I thank you. Thank you so very, very much.

Dr. Long: Oh, thank you.


Antonio: You know, I'm not going to let you sit here and blame yourself for not seeing Haver for what he was. Ok, people just don't look for that. Besides, you're open. You love people. That's part of the reason why I love you.

Jessica: You're just putting a positive spin on this. You're making an excuse, Antonio, for me being a pushover. Dr. Haver came over again the other night, and I was alone here with Jamie. Do you know what could've happened?

Antonio: Jess, he's never going to come here again! Let it go.

Jessica: I can't let it go. Do you really think that I've led that sheltered of a life that I -- I can't see the dark side of humans?

Antonio: Some people would love to live that life. Cookies?

Antonio: Ok. Sometimes you are a little too trusting. But not after this.

Jessica: But how do I make sure that I'm never that gullible again?


Nora: You were extremely ill when you killed Claire Baxter, and you were under Haverís influence when you met with Gabrielle.

Troy: And when I kidnapped Matthew. Nora, I am so sorry.

Nora: I know. I know.

Troy: How's he doing? Is he ok?

Nora: He's fine. He really is. He's fine. He just -- he was confused, he was scared. He loves you.

Troy: Yeah. Yeah, I was confused, too. I just hope I can make it up to him someday.

Nora: You can. You can make it up to all of us. Just start forgiving yourself for things you couldn't control, for people you couldn't control.

Troy: Nora, are you happy?


John: I'm John McBain. I'm with the F.B.I. I need to know -- have you seen this woman? Go ahead, take a good look.

Ticket agent: Oh, yeah. Yeah, she was on the flight to Las Vegas. She almost missed it. She was going out there to see someone special.

John: You're sure this woman got on the plane?

Ticket agent: Well, I can see if we collected her boarding pass.

John: Please, yeah, that's great.

Ticket agent: Yep, no problem.

[Phone rings]

John: Excuse me. McBain.

Stephen: John. It's time to come home.

John: What?

Stephen: Natalie's here at your place. Just like five years ago. We're waiting for you.

John: Don't hurt her. I'm on my way.


Dorian: I'm so disappointed. A fundraising job? It's probably just his way of trying to get a slice of Adrianaís fortune.

David: Hmm.

Dorian: I was so hoping that he wanted me to be a medical doctor again.

David: Yeah, me, too. I sure like the sound of "Dr. Dorian Vickers."

Dorian: David, I haven't married you yet.

David: Yeah, well, don't turn into Dr. No. Is the job any good?

Dorian: Well, it's mostly social, you know? Viki's on the Board of Directors. Who wants to work with her on a regular basis?

David: You know what I think?

Dorian: Hmm?

David: I think you should take it. If anyone can make a splash as the Director of Community Relations, baby, it's you.

Dorian: A splash?? You really think so?

David: Oh, yeah. You'll be seen everywhere. You'll be a saint to the needy.

Dorian: Oh.

David: Social climbers are going to be tossing cash at you. They'll probably name a wing after you.

Dorian: You know, they might.

David: Yeah.

Dorian: And what's in it for you?

David: The excitement! You've been -- you've been like a missile without a target, so why not make it the hospital, huh? I mean, it's got the prestige that you want. You're going to get to do it your way.

Dorian: Yes, I could do it my way.

David: And who knows what will happen next. You'll probably end up running the entire hospital.

Dorian: And what if it makes me too busy for a husband?

David: I do want to marry you. But even more importantly, I want you to be happy, and if this job makes you happy and turns you on more than me, then so be it.


Rex: Well, hey, I was hoping you'd show.

Jen: I came here with Riley.

Rex: Interesting.

Jen: Yeah, I'm helping him move some stuff tonight.

Rex: Well, listen; can you spare a minute for an old friend?

Jen: You're not a friend. You're someone who's sleeping with my mother.

Rex: Relax. I just want to show you something, ok?

Jen: Forget it.

Rex: Come on, please -- will you talk to her, please?

Riley: Maybe you should just leave her alone.

Jen: You know what, never mind. If I just get this over with, will you stop pestering me?

Rex: Thank you.

Jen: So, what's this?

Rex: Well, it's the old Pyramid Theater where we --

Jen: Where Mitch Laurence attacked me? What are you doing with this?

Rex: Well, I'm going to buy the place.

Jen: Why?

Rex: Turn it into a restaurant. Listen; tell me what you think about putting the open kitchen here. And I was thinking about maybe the bar over here, and --

Michael: Hey -- listen, Riley, have you seen Marcie today?

Riley: No. You expecting her?

Michael: Well, yeah, yeah. She was supposed to meet me here, and she's late. She hasn't called --

[Phone rings]

Michael: Hello? Oh, thank God. Where are you? Yeah, yeah. Well, you know, I'm not sure if I'm going to be on call in two hours, but call me anyway. Ok, bye. She was studying. She's late.

Riley: So, what's the problem?

Michael: I guess it's not really Marcie that I'm worried about. My brother, John, and I -- I had this weird conversation with him. I don't know. I think my mom is missing.


Bo: Eve? Eve McBain! It's Bo Buchanan! Eve?

Officer: Can't see a thing.

Bo: She's in the water somewhere. This pier -- this is where Haver was supposed to meet Jessica. That sick bastard. This is his idea of joke -- brings McBainís mother down here, ties her in at low tide. When the tide comes up, she drowns, just so he can say to John, "she's in over her head."

Officer: You want a team of divers, sir?

Bo: No. If we need divers, it's already too late. What is that? Right over there. Hold the light up right there.


["Romeo & Juliet" theme plays]

[Stephen stops playing]

Stephen: Touch me and Natalie dies.


David: Hmm. I think there might be a wedding, after all.

Dorian: Oh, now, I wouldn't count on it.

David: Why not?

Dorian: Because I'm not going anywhere near a church unless you get a steady job.

David: You weren't serious about that.

Dorian: Yes, I was. If I can get a job, you can get a job.

David: So, where are you going, back to the hospital?

Dorian: No, I'm going to go shopping so I can decide about this job offer. I don't know why I do my best thinking when I'm shopping.

David: Idea -- I could be your agent. I could negotiate the deal with the hospital.

Dorian: Idea -- negotiate yourself a j-o-b, and maybe then I'll believe that you only want to marry me and not Aunt Betsyís 30 million.


Rex: So, that's what the future looks like. Would you like to be a part of it?

Jen: You just don't get it, do you? You don't get anything about me.

Rex: What?

Jen: You are always trying to show me that you're the guy for me, and you don't even know me. Rex, we have never been friends. We've never talked about anything. All we ever do is just get wasted and have sex. Nothing has ever been right for us as people.

Rex: Then we'll start working on that, ok, today. Listen, we can plan this whole project together.

Jen: No! I am tired of feeling so intense all the time. I don't even want to be with a guy right now.

Rex: What about Mr. Colson over there? He's a guy, right?

Jen: He's my friend.

Rex: Ah. You're sleeping with him, right?

Jen: Can we get out of here?

Riley: I'd love to.

Michael: All right. Later, man.

Riley: See you.


Jessica: I just wish I knew what it was that turns normal human beings into a Professor Haver or a Mitch Laurence.

Antonio: Nobody knows.

Jessica: Yeah, but maybe if I just understood the sickness a little bit better, I could defend myself, you know?

Antonio: Jess, I don't want you to lose who you are. Ok, you're -- you're a warm, giving, open woman. This is who I fell in love with.

Jessica: Yeah, well, I'm going to wise up one of these days.

Antonio: Yeah? Well, tell you what, o wise one -- why not for tonight -- right now -- focus on something good? Really good.

Jessica: Really, really good?

Antonio: Really, really good.


Nora: Well, I'm really glad that we got to spend some time together.

Troy: You never answered my question, Counselor.

Nora: Well, I'm happy at work. And I'm really happy going home to Matthew.

Troy: What about Bo?

Nora: Oh. We -- we spend time with Matthew -- sometimes together, mostly separate. We're still trying to, you know, feel our way through this parenting thing, that's --

Troy: Gabrielle never should've been jealous of you.

Nora: No, Troy. She really shouldn't have.

Troy: You really think I might escape this one day and just --

Nora: Escape it? Leave it? Get out of it?

Troy: One of those. Just start all over?

Nora: Yeah, I do. Because I know who you are now. You're not Colin, you know. You're not Haverís puppet, you know. I've said it before -- you are a good man. You're a good man that I fell in love with.

Troy: Thank you. Thank you.

Nora: You know, there are people out there rooting for you. Here's to starting over.


Bo: Easy, easy. Get an ambulance! Eve? Eve?

Bo: Eve, come on. Your boys want to see you.

[Eve coughs]

Bo: Come on, Eve. Ok, ok, spit it out. Spit it -- it's ok, it's ok. Give me a jacket. Put it around her. It's all right. It's ok. It's ok.

Eve: Oh, Bo -- Bo!

Bo: It's all right, it's all right.

Eve: Where's Natalie? Where's John? Where's John?

Bo: It's ok. It's going to be fine. It's going to be fine.


John: Hold your fire. What do you got there, Haver?

Stephen: This? This is the end -- for you, Natalie, perhaps even for me.

John: So, what is it?

Stephen: It's a simple remote control device. It controls the firing mechanism - a vest of explosives that Natalieís wearing at this moment.


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

On the next "One Life To Live" --

Todd: Are you finally admitting that I didn't do anything to you and you came to apologize?

John: One of your victims is still alive. Oh, I'm not talking about Flash.

Stephen: You're bluffing.

Kelly: He can't know about this.

Paul: He's going to be

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