OLTL Transcript Friday 4/6/04

One Life to Live Transcript Tuesday 4/6/04

By Eric
Proofread by Melissa

Matthew: A-five, six, seven, eight.

[Tango plays]

[Doorbell rings]

Nora: [Spanish accent] Hello. Come on in.

[Normal voice] How are you, Viki?

Viki: Nora, I hope I'm not interrupting.

Nora: Oh, me and my little man here, no, we're just practicing for a dance contest. Come on in.

Viki: Oh.

[Music stops]

Nora: That we were, uh, signed up for. Ahem.

Matthew: With Bo.

Viki: Hey, Matthew.

Matthew: Hi.

Nora: Sweetie, why don't you take this tired dancer into the kitchen for some water?

Matthew: Ok, but we're not done.

Nora: Ok. He's a slave driver.

Viki: You look great.

Nora: Oh, thank you. So to what do I owe this pleasure? What can I do for you?

Viki: Oh, I'm sorry to bother you at home.

Nora: No.

Viki: I actually need your advice about something, please.

Nora: Sure. Anything. What?

Viki: Ok. Your dance partner messed your hair up. You know what, I -- I need to make a new will as soon as possible.


Antonio: I'm sorry; Jessica, but Jamie and I aren't going to be moving into Llanfair with you.

Jessica: But I don't want us to be apart.

Antonio: Then stay.

Jessica: I have to be with my mom. Antonio, don't make me feel guilty about this!

Antonio: Honey, I am not laying any guilt trips on you.

Jessica: Oh, and my family is?

Antonio: Look, I never said that.

Jessica: Yeah, well, that's what it's sounding like.

Antonio: You know what, I am not going to fight with you about this.

Jessica: Well, then just come with me, bring Jamie.

Antonio: Look, I told you, honey, I am not going to keep shuttling Jamie from home to home.

Jessica: Especially if that home is Llanfair, right? Yeah, admit it, Antonio -- you've never felt comfortable being at Llanfair.

Antonio: Jessica, that's not what this is about.

Jessica: You're uncomfortable with my family, with my background, with the fact that we have money!

Antonio: Ok, stop putting words in my mouth.

Jessica: It's all because of money? I thought we were past this! And if we're not past this, then I --

[Jessica sighs]

Antonio: You what? You what?


Jen: So this is the final cut of your show at Ultra Violet.

Riley: It's amazing. You have to get this over to the university station.

Jen: You really think it's that good?

Riley: Well, if you don't take it, I will. Plus, you know, Midnight Logic needs the new exposure.

Jen: Well, since you put it like that Ė


Roxy: You're wasting your time. Natalie's not here.

Paul: She will be. We're getting together tonight.

Roxy: Oh, honey, don't hold your breath. She tore out of here chasing after that cop Johnny McBain.


Natalie: They pumped his stomach. They have had I.V.s in him all day. I mean, it's been hours, doctors coming in and out of there, and they haven't said a word. I mean we should've heard something by now.

Bo: John's tough. He's not going to give up easily, especially because of Haver. Michael, how's your brother?

Michael: He's going to be ok.

Natalie: Thank God.

Michael: Thank you for finding him on time.

Doctor: Are you Natalie Vega?

Natalie: Yes.

Doctor: The patient wants to see you.

Natalie: You wanted to see me?

John: They said I'm alive because of you.


Nora: Viki?

Viki: Well, I mean, I'm going to be ok, you know, but my Cardiologist has me on medication now and put me on a really strict diet.

Nora: Ew.

Viki: And I have to exercise.

Nora: Oh.

Viki: Yeah, well, the thing is that when you're given yet another warning about your own death, you do tend to focus a little better.

Nora: Yeah. I'll say.

Viki: So I know you handled the last will for me when I had my breast cancer, but I know you're not in private practice anymore and I wondered if you could recommend somebody who could do it for me.

Nora: Oh, yeah, Evangeline Williamson. Absolutely. There's no question.

Viki: Oh, ok.

Nora: And as a matter of fact, until then, I think I've got a standard guideline around here somewhere.

Viki: No, no, no, I don't need it now.

Nora: Are you sure?

Viki: No, I'm positive. If you find it, just fax it to me. Besides, I really don't want to interrupt your practice.

Nora: Ok, take care of yourself, please?

Viki: I will, thank you. I'm not going anywhere.

Nora: Oh, you'd better not.

Viki: Good luck with the dancing.

Nora: Oh, thank you, thank you.

Matthew: Is she going to die?

Nora: You were listening?

Matthew: You told me not to interrupt.

Nora: Come on sit down. We're going to have a very grown-up conversation, which means it stays between us, right? Ok. Viki has a heart condition, but she's going to be ok because she's going to a doctor who's taking care of her.

Matthew: Is your heart ok?

Nora: Oh, yeah, sweetheart, my heart's fine. And do you know why? Because I love you, that's why! That's why my heart is oh-so-good!


Jen: So, I will show this to the TV station if you promise me to lay down some tracks singing lead for Midnight Logic.

Riley: That was not part of the deal at all.

Jen: So there isn't one, then.

Riley: Give me that. Give it.

Jen: No!

Sheyne: Hey, we're going to the garage to do a little jamming. You guys want to come?

Shannon: Yeah, like a double date.

Riley: Double date.

Jen: Riley and I aren't dating.

Shannon: Well, that's not what everybody else thinks.


Paul: This one's on me.

Roxy: I knew there was something I liked about you. I guess I got that in common with Natalie.

Paul: You know that's weird how she ended up with two moms.

Roxy: Yeah, but I'm the one who brought her up. Otherwise, she would've been square like the Buchananís.

Paul: I got a question for you.

Roxy: Yeah, shoot.

Paul: All right. If she's a Buchanan --

Roxy: Mm-hmm?

Paul: And her mom's a Lord, then why is she working in a bar?

Roxy: Hey, when you find out the answer to that, you tell me. I mean, if I was rolling in the bucks, I wouldn't be working my butt off -- not that it needs it. Buns of steel. Check it out.

Paul: Ok. So Natalie -- she doesn't want her family's money?

Roxy: Yeah, well, she didn't inherit my attitude about that, you know. She's got this trust fund just waiting to be spent.


Natalie: So how you feeling?

John: Better than before. I wanted to say -- I wanted to say thank you.

Natalie: Yeah, well, now we're even. Neither one of us owes the other one.


Michael: Anyway, we got John through it. He's doing a lot better now.

Marcie: What about you? You sound tired.

Michael: Yeah. Well, I'll take a quick nap. I'll be fine. I'll talk to you later?

Marcie: Bye. Hmm.


Natalie: Hey. I'll let you spend some time with your brother.

Bo: How's he doing?

Natalie: He's pretty wiped out.

Bo: You must be, too. You've been with him all night.

Natalie: Couldn't just leave him.

Bo: Well, not after you saved his life.

Natalie: Yeah, well, I owed him one. But I -- I don't think he needs me anymore, so I'll see you later.


Michael: Haver must have gotten a hold of some of your medication and switched a couple of the pills.

John: Whatever it was, it hit me like a tank.

Michael: Yeah. Crazy. I mean this guy was trying to poison you, you know? Can you imagine that he went to his grave thinking you'd be following him any day?

John: Nearly did.

Michael: Yeah, if it wasn't for Natalie.

John: Yeah, Natalie.

Michael: So how bad's this pain from the old gunshot wound?

John: Five years, two months, eight days.

Michael: Come again?

John: Since I was shot, since Caitlin and I were shot.

Michael: Yeah. I know it's been a while. I checked up on your prescription. You don't get it filled regularly, which means that you're not taking as much as you should. You want to be in pain?

John: Keeps me sharp. Lets me focus on what I need to do.

Michael: And you did it. You took down Caitlinís killer. Stop making yourself suffer.

John: With all due respect, Michael, I don't think you know what you're talking about.

Michael: I might know a little more than you think, bro. Marcie lost her boyfriend. She was withdrawn and depressed, and the last thing on her mind was going out with any other person.

John: I don't think it's the same thing.

Michael: How's it so different? I mean, she's happy. It doesn't change the way she felt about Al Holden. She still loves him. She loves somebody else, too, and that's ok.


Eve: Oh, Bo.

Bo: Hi.

Eve: How's John?

Bo: Oh, he's going to be all right.

Eve: Oh, thank God. I just heard about him. I -- I got -- if anything had happened to him -- I'm sorry.

Bo: It didn't, it didnít.

Eve: Oh, Bo.

Bo: We got lucky. It's ok.

Dr. Long: Everything all right, Commissioner?

Bo: Yes, yes, doctor. How are you? This is Dr. Long. He's the Chief of Staff.

Eve: Hello. I'm John McBainís mother. Thank you so much for everything you've done for him.

Dr. Long: Well, we're just glad when we can help one of Llanviewís finest.

Eve: Thank you.

Dr. Long: Let me know if there's anything else we can do.

Eve: Thank you.

Michael: Mom.

Eve: Oh, God, he's really all right?

Michael: Oh, yes.

Eve: Ok.

Michael: He's going to be just fine. He's going to need a couple days' bed rest and maybe somebody to look out for him, but he's going to be ok.

Eve: Ok.

Bo: I'm going to let everybody at the department know, ok?

Eve: Thank you for being here.

Bo: Look, I've been through this before.

Eve: Hey, you.

John: Hey.

Eve: I'm so glad you're all right.

Michael: Hey, Dr. Long, listen, I wanted to ask about a patient I saw yesterday -- Bailey?

Dr. Long: Mm-hmm?

Michael: I wanted to follow-up, but I found out that he had been transferred.

Dr. Long: The patient's family wanted him moved closer to their home.

Michael: Oh. Well, I had never actually seen a case of alopecia areata, so I was wondering if it would be possible, I'd love to look at your case file?

Dr. Long: This is a hospital, not a library. Patients' files are not to be borrowed for your personal entertainment.

Paul: Dr. Long, we need to talk.

Dr. Long: Never come up and speak to me. In my office.


Shannon: So let me get this straight -- your ex and your squeeze are cousins, they're both in London, and you're being true blue till she's better and back?

Riley: You got it.

Shannon: That's cool.

Jen: Don't make fun of him.

Shannon: I'm not. Guys just usually don't go the distance.

Jen: Is that experience talking or some teen chat room, hmm?

Shannon: She always this mean?

Sheyne: Ok, time for the garage. Coming, Riley?

Riley: A little later.

Shannon: Yeah, later.

Jen: Did I start that?

Riley: Maybe a little.

Jen: Old habits.

Riley: Well, at least you see it.

Jen: But she was trying to stir things up, saying that we were a couple and everything. I mean I just don't understand why a guy and a girl just can't be friends.

Riley: Well, most people don't get that. Especially, you know if the girl's really beautiful.

Jen: You think I'm really beautiful?

Riley: Come on. Everybody must tell you all the time.

Jen: Yeah, guys do to try to get me into bed. Well, it's just --

Riley: Weird?

Jen: Nice. You're probably used to it, though, having a lot of women friends.

Riley: Well, me and Flash were friends, at first.

Jen: And look what happened with that, hypocrite.

[Phone rings]

Jen: Hello?

Matthew: Hi, Jen.

Jen: Hey, Matthew. What's going on?

Matthew: Are you still taking a lot of videos?

Jen: Yeah. Why?

Matthew: Good, because I need your help. It's an emergency. Thanks again, Jen. See you soon.


Bo: Wow, look at you.

Nora: Oh, you know Matthew. He's got everything going like this. How's John?

Bo: John is going to be ok.

Matthew: Bo, you're back!

Bo: I'm back.

Nora: The taskmaster.

Matthew: We have a lot of work to do.

Bo: Well, then I hope you ordered a big old pizza because we're going to need our strength.

Matthew: Nah, too many carbs. I made yogurt-and-celery drinks.

Nora: I booked -- I booked the hotel reservation. It was a lucky thing, too -- got the last two rooms.

Matthew: Two? I thought we were all staying in the same room.

Nora: Matthew, we can't do that.

Matthew: We have to or else everything will be ruined.

Nora: Matthew, exactly why is it that you want us to go to New York City? Is it for a dance contest, or are you trying to fix me and Bo up again?

Bo: Matthew, um, we hope you're not getting the wrong idea about this trip.

Matthew: I wasn't talking about you and mom getting back together.

Nora: Ok. Then we don't -- then we can have separate rooms, right?

Matthew: Yeah, I know, but I just want you guys to be ready for our contest.

Nora: We can do that with separate rooms.

Bo: Yeah, we can practice. As a matter of fact, if we don't know our stuff by the time we get there, we're going to be in big trouble, anyway.

Matthew: You need work on your fast dance.

Bo: Well --

Nora: We need work. Ok. Pinkie swear right now that you're not playing matchmaker. Pinkie swear?

Matthew: Pinkie promise.

Nora: Ok.

[Doorbell rings]

Nora: I'll get it.

Bo: Hmm. Ahem. So, coach, think we need a little work on the old jitterbug, do you?

Matthew: If you want to win.

Bo: All right. I made you a list of some of the dance steps that I came up with here.

Matthew: Nice.

Bo: Thanks. Hey, hey, look at me. Now, I hope you're not going to be too upset if we don't win, all right? Because we might not, and this whole trip -- this is all about all of us having a lot of fun.

Matthew: And trying your best.

Bo: Exactly. Always try your best, because if you do that, good things always come around.


Jessica: I'm sorry, ok? I'm just really upset about my mom.

Antonio: Hey. I know. And if anyone understands, it's me. I know in the past I've been a little weird about Llanfair and, you know, the whole country-club life and all that, but honey, this is really about Jamie. I don't want to move her away from her home.

Jessica: I know. I get it. I'm sorry. I just -- this is just my home, too, and I just want to be with you and Jamie.

Antonio: I know this won't be easy.

Jessica: What are we going to do?

Antonio: Well -- hmm -- we can start dating again.

Jessica: Dating?

Antonio: Mm-hmm.

Jessica: Stealing moments?

Antonio: Kisses.

Jessica: Counting the hours till we're together?

Antonio: Hmm. Making the most of it when we are.

Jessica: Maybe this won't be so awful.


Nora: Look who I got!

Jen: Hey.

Bo: Hey, Jen.

Matthew: Hey, mom, Jen's here.

Nora: Yeah.

Matthew: It's time to get to work.

Jen: All right.

Nora: Ok, let's boogie.

Bo: All right, that's a list of all the moves, so just, you know, shout them out if we have trouble.

Matthew: A-five, six, seven, eight.

[Jitterbug plays]

Matthew: Two basic.

Bo: Two basic. And?

Matthew: Underarm spin out left.

Bo: And?

Matthew: Slingshot.

Bo: Oh! And?

Matthew: Mommy, arms.

Bo: Oh, mommy.

Nora: Whoo!

Bo: And then --

Matthew: Swing under.

Nora: Oh!

Matthew: Dad, under.

Bo: Under. And?

Matthew: Change.

Bo: Change.

Nora: Oh!

Bo: Change. And?

Matthew: Dip!

Bo: Dip!

Nora: Whoo!


Michael: What are you doing here? I thought you were working.

Marcie: I took some personal time.

Michael: For me?

Marcie: Yeah. You know, I thought you could use some company, and I think you need to laugh. You know everything's fine with your brother, John, now, so I went and I checked out a D.V.D. from the library.

Michael: Oh. It's a comedy.

Marcie: Or maybe I should've got a western. You like those, don't you?

Michael: I was thinking more along the lines of a romance.


Shannon: I can't believe this. I mean, it would've been nice if somebody would've told me a little sooner that you were in the hospital.

Eve: They just didn't want to worry you, honey.

Shannon: But what if John had --

John: Died?

Shannon: Yeah! I mean, no. I mean -- you know what I mean.

John: Well, you wouldn't have had any to beat you at Backgammon then.

Shannon: Will you shut up?

Eve: You're right, they should've called you, honey, but after your mom --

Shannon: Well, I'm here now, and I'm not going anywhere.

John: Oh, no, no, please, please, you are not staying and taking care of me.

Shannon: Like your worst nightmare.

John: Yes. Mom -- a little help here, mom, please?

Eve: Well, I did call somebody else to come stay with you.

[Knock on door]

John: Oh, yeah? Who?

Eve: Hey, Natalie. Thanks for coming.

Natalie: Hi. No problem.

Eve: Listen, you still ok with this?

Natalie: Hey, you know, I can stay all night. I can stay as long as John needs me.

Eve: Great.

Natalie: All righty. Eight ball, corner pocket. Ha-ha-ha-ha! There we go, 8-3!

John: You do realize I'm heavily medicated?

Natalie: Ok. Then I'll play lefty.

John: You're on.

Natalie: All righty. Show me your stuff, buster.

John: I'll show you my stuff. Hey, you know, maybe I just better quit while -- while you're only five ahead.

Natalie: Feeling that bad, huh?

John: I'm just tired.

Natalie: You should -- you should sleep. Um -- yeah, you should sleep.

John: What are you going to do?

Natalie: Me? I'll -- I'll be fine right here in this chair.

John: You don't have to stay, Natalie.

Natalie: Oh, come on, John. You don't want me to stay; you're going to have to take that up with your mom.


[Piano plays]

Eve: Got a simple wish that means so much to me hope one day I'll be the one you care for like when you hold me in your arms in all my dreams oh, my dear you're the one I adore guess it's funny but each time I think of you troubles I'm going through fade in a heartbeat I feel your presence and then life is heavenly thanks to you the one that I adore I've been searching for so long trying to find my rainbow's end have we passed like ships in the night? Hope someday I won't have to pretend if it's crazy then I guess I'll just play the fool long as my heart says you'll love me forever the world's not big enough to keep you far from me oh, my dear the one that I adore


Natalie: Hey. How you feeling?

John: What are you doing here?

Natalie: I stayed here all night with you. Remember?

John: I know. I'm sorry. Yeah.

Natalie: I made you breakfast, but I'll set it down. You need to have a little drink of water first, hydrate yourself.

John: Thank you.

Natalie: Better?

John: Why don't you do me a favor -- would you get me a shirt out of my -- my second drawer over there?

Natalie: Sure.

John: You find it?

Natalie: Yeah. I'll help you put it on.

John: Thanks. Hey, look, you know, I think I can take it from here, ok?

Natalie: Ok. Is there anything else I can do?

John: No.

Natalie: Ok.

John: Hey, look -- I'm sorry. Thanks for staying with me last night, all right? But about what I said before --

Natalie: Right, that you can't be involved with anyone right now. No one's arguing.

John: It wouldn't be good for either of us.

Natalie: Right. Right, and you just know what's good for everyone, right?

[Knock on door]

Eve: Oh, I'm sorry. Am I interrupting?

Natalie: No, not at all.

John: Hey, mom.

Eve: How you feeling? Bye.


Viki: Jessie, why did you let me sleep so late?

Jessica: Because you needed the rest. There's breakfast.

Viki: Ooh, dried toast. Yummy.

Jessica: Mom, it's good for you, ok?

Viki: You're just getting me back for all those years I made you eat your spinach.

Jessica: No. You just promised to take care of yourself.

Viki: Hey, I am. See? I am. What you working on?

Jessica: Just a piece for the paper.

Viki: "The Nature of Evil"?

Jessica: Yeah. I interviewed religious leaders, police officers, and victims of crime about it.

Viki: So that you could understand it better, huh?

Jessica: And maybe see it next time before it's too late.

Viki: Well, you look like you've gotten quite a lot done.

Jessica: Yeah, well, I don't have any distractions. I don't know. I don't know how you did it all, juggling everything.

Viki: You know what? You just do your best.

Jessica: Well --

Viki: It's all you can do, and it's exactly what you're doing.

Jessica: Just hope it's enough.

Viki: Why, are you feeling overwhelmed?

Jessica: I don't know. I don't know. I just love Antonio so much, but I love my classes at L.U., as well, and I'm going to graduate soon.

Viki: I know.

Jessica: I don't know, and I love my job with "The Banner."

Viki: Well, you're trying to be all things to all people.

Jessica: And I guess I can't do that.

Viki: Oh, hell, no. I mean, look what happened to me.

Jessica: Mom, can you please stop joking about that?

Viki: Oh, Jessica, please, honey, listen to me -- the most important thing that you can have in this life is a sense of humor. Believe me, you need it just to get through it all. I hope you remember that when you're raising three or four kids and you're the Publisher of "The Banner."

Jessica: You really think I could take over the family newspaper?

Viki: Absolutely. I mean, I -- I certainly hope that you will one day.

Jessica: Wow. Well, you don't know how much that means to me.

Viki: Oh, but not now! I'm not going anywhere! Not for a long time.


[Knock on door]

Eve: Hello, Bo.

Bo: Hi.

Eve: Come on in.

Bo: I wanted to stop by, see how John's doing.

John: Hey, boss.

Bo: Hey.

Eve: Oh, listen, are you going to be here for a couple minutes?

Bo: Yeah.

Eve: I've got something I need to attend to.

Bo: Ok, but before you take off, I know we talked about having dinner next week, and something came up and I'm going to be out of town.

Eve: Business or pleasure?

Bo: Well, it's both, actually. It's something with my son.

Eve: Oh, wonderful.

Bo: Yeah.

Eve: Well, have a great time.

Bo: I will, I will. But we can reschedule?

Eve: I hope so.

Bo: Ok.

Eve: Ok.

Bo: Good.

Eve: Bye.

Bo: Bye.

Eve: Be back soon, sweetie.

John: Ok.

Bo: Ahem. You ok with that?

John: Yeah. I think I am.

Bo: Good. So how you doing?

John: Better than she'd have you believe.

Bo: I guess Haver found out something that you didn't want other people to know.

John: People might've thought it would affect my job.

Bo: No. Nobody in our department.

John: Yeah, you sure about that? You still want me as your Chief of Detectives? I mean, here I am, only a few days on the job, and I'm already taking sick leave. If you need to replace me, I understand.

Bo: No. Too good to lose. So that job's going to be yours when you're ready to take it.

John: I appreciate that, Bo.

Bo: John, you've got to start trusting some people. I think you got to work on that.


Marcie: Oh, man! Talk about bad news. They're assigning me a roommate next week.

Michael: What a bummer.

Marcie: And plus it's going to make it harder to study, and you're just not going to be able to drop by whenever you want.

Michael: Yeah, well, I don't like the sound of that. I got to go, all right?

Marcie: Ok.

Michael: I'll see you later.

Marcie: Bye.

Michael: Hi, Jen.

Jen: Hey.

Michael: Bye, Jen.

Jen: Hey, Marcie.

Marcie: Hey.

Jen: You seen Riley?

Marcie: Not since this morning.

Jen: Are you ok?

Marcie: Eh, yeah. Nothing I can do anything about. They're assigning me a new roommate next week.

Jen: Uh-oh.

Marcie: Yeah. Well, you know me; I need a place to be by myself. You know, I'm a total slob.

Jen: You are not.

Marcie: Yes, I am. Plus I need a place that I can study, you know?

Jen: Sure. Actually -- well, no, I donít.

Marcie: Listen, about the other day in the police station -- I'm really sorry about that. I should've asked you first. I jumped to a conclusion.

Jen: It's ok.

Marcie: Ok.

Jen: Look, I know you moved out because of the whole Michael thing, and I was a total idiot.

Marcie: No, no. Listen, we talked about that. Forget about it.

Jen: Yeah, well --

Marcie: What?

Jen: I was thinking maybe you'd want to move back in.

Marcie: Oh --

Jen: You'd have plenty of space, and, trust me, I'm so over all that other stuff --

Marcie: Jen, that's really nice, but --

Jen: But you'd rather not?

Marcie: No.

Jen: I totally understand.

Marcie: No, no, no, no! Jen, I would love to move back in.


Eve: Hey, Natalie.

Natalie: Hi!

Eve: How are you?

Natalie: Good. How are you?

Eve: Good. I just want to thank you again for staying with John last night.

Natalie: It's no big deal.

Eve: Don't give up on him, ok?

Natalie: Listen, there's really nothing to give up on. He's made it very clear he's not interested in me.

Eve: I'm just assuming not so long ago you weren't interested in anyone, either.

Natalie: Thatís true, but you know, I'm trying to move past that. I mean, I'm not saying that I can, but I'm trying.

Eve: Some people take longer than others, but that doesn't mean it's not going to happen. Think about it at least. Bye. Thanks again.

Paul: So what happened to you last night, huh? I waited around and you never showed.

Natalie: I am so sorry, Paul. I had to take a friend to the hospital and I forgot.

Paul: Oh, yeah -- John McBain.

Natalie: Oh, yeah, you heard about what happened to him?

Paul: Yes. Talk about lucky.

Natalie: Yeah.

Paul: So you still going to tell me you don't feel anything for this guy?

Natalie: Oh, my God, we're just friends, ok?

Paul: Oh, good. Well, then you can go out with me now?

Natalie: It's morning!

Paul: I want to show you the world from my medevac chopper. It's like something you've never seen before.

Natalie: You could do that?

Paul: I can do anything I want. So come on, what do you say, huh? It beats sitting around here feeling sorry for yourself.

Natalie: Oh, I am not!

Paul: Oh, come on, then, let's go. I mean, when's the last time you let loose and had some fun, huh? What are you waiting for?

Natalie: I don't know. You want to show me something I've never seen before? Ok. Let's do it.


Bo: How does it feel to be Mrs. Bo Buchanan again?

Nora: Oh, like it's going to last forever this time.

Bo: And it's all because of you, Matthew. If you hadn't entered us in that dance contest in New York, we might never have gotten back together again.

Nora: Group hug.

Bo: Aw.

Nora: Oh.


Jessica: Hi.

Antonio: Hi, baby.

Jessica: Nice haircut. You coming to stay?

Antonio: No, it's your laundry, actually. I picked up ours. This is yours.

Jessica: Oh. Well, thanks. Um -- hi, princess! How are you?

Antonio: She had a rough night.

Jessica: Oh, so did I. Are you guys going to come in for a second?

Antonio: No.

[Jamie fusses]

Antonio: I think she might be coming down with something, and I got a couple things I need to do at the apartment, so I'll call you later, ok? All right. Bye-bye.

Jessica: Bye. Bye, sweetie.


Michael: I'm really glad you're moving back into Jen's house. I think it's a great idea.

Marcie: Yeah, well, at least we'll have someplace to be together, if we ever get the time.

Michael: Yeah.

Nurse: Dr. Long, you have a call on two. He says it's important.

Dr. Long: This is Dr. Long. I'll have to call you back on my private line.

Marcie: What's going on? Something wrong?

Michael: I don't know. I think there's something going on with our Chief of Staff and Paul Cramer.


Natalie: You were so right! That was so amazing.

Paul: Well, I'll take you up in my chopper again anytime you want to.

Natalie: Thank you so much. That was the most fun I have had in so long.

Paul: There's no reason it has to end, hmm?

Natalie: Hey, you know, back -- back off.

Paul: God, Natalie, what is your problem?


Eve: What are you doing up?

John: I'm all right.

Eve: Oh, honey, you almost died last night. Please get back into bed. I'll put those away.

John: No. No.

Eve: Come on. I talked to Natalie just now.

John: How's she doing?

Eve: Oh, she's ok. She plays it pretty close to the vest, like someone else I know.

John: Do not start with me right now, mom.

Eve: I will, however, start on these dishes.


Natalie: Want to know what my problem is?

Paul: What?

Natalie: Nothing.


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

On the next "One Life To Live" --

Todd: I'm here to talk about Starr. Did you take her to see that shrink?

Starr: Am I dangerous, too? Yeah. I guess I am.

Natalie: You want another drink?

Paul: Why don't we go back to my place?

Dorian: Going somewhere?

David: I'm leaving you.

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