OLTL Transcript Friday 6/11/04

One Life to Live Transcript Friday 6/11/04

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

Roxy: Here's to the foxiest fox in the whole wide world. I'm going to miss you when you're gone, gorgeous. It's a good thing Cristian is dead, because he'd be real bummed to see you go up in smoke. Oh, good, Rexy! You've come to give me the final farewell.

Rex: "Farewell"?

Roxy: Farewell to the foxiest failure in all of America.

Rex: Yeah, well, I've been thinking. We better call it off. I don't want to burn this place down after all.

Roxy: What the hell are you talking about? This is all set. And I need that damn insurance money as much as you do.

Rex: It's too dangerous, Roxy.

Roxy: Yeah? Well, you're going to lose Ultraviolet if you don't get that money and you're never going to open up your restaurant.

Rex: Let R.J. foreclose. It's better than going to prison.

Roxy: Oh, prison, schmison. We're talking cold hard cash, Rex!

Rex: Forget it! Where's Barry?

Roxy: I think he went to hide his stuff down the street.

Rex: Where down the street?

Roxy: At the community center.

Rex: The community center? Are you crazy?

Roxy: Relax! Nobody's there now!

Rex: The hell there's not! They're having some kind of kids' dance tonight!


Blair: You are looking mighty grown-up tonight.

Starr: Mom, we're taking forever.

Blair: Would you just relax? Travis isn't even back from getting his clothes changed. All right, let me see.

Starr: Mom, he could come here any second, and what is he going go see? Me looking stupid! And what if I'm not a good dancer? Then I'll make a big fool out of myself. I might as well just call the whole thing off now.


Travis: Let go! Oh, hi, Mr. Manning.

Todd: Hi, Travis.

Travis: Hey.

Todd: Where are you going?

Travis: I'm going to the dance with Starr.

Todd: No, you're not going to the dance with Starr yet, not until you and I get a few things straight, okay?



Antonio: Jessica. Jessica, wait! Wait! Don't leave! I can explain.

Sara: Explain? Just what the hell are you going to explain?


Todd: No touching, no kissing, huh? No smoking, no drinking, no dancing.

Travis: Yeah.

Todd: All right?

Travis: Mr. Manning, it's a dance.

Todd: Okay, a little dancing.

Travis: Yeah.

Todd: But no slow dancing. No bringing her in close. You got me?

Travis: Yeah. No slow dances at all. Gotcha.

Todd: When you see her, you tell her she looks nice. No, you tell she looks great, got it? Get out of my face. We never had this conversation, okay?

Travis: Yeah.


Blair: Look at you. You are growing up to be the most beautiful young lady.

Starr: Yeah, well, you might say that I'm being grown-up now, but then once you want to boss me around, then I'm a kid again.

Blair: Well, you will always be my sweet little angel.

Starr: Mom, Mom, Mom, Mom --

Blair: What?

Starr: You're going to smash my blouse.

Blair: Oh!

Travis: Whoa, nice.

Starr: You, too.

Travis: Oh, look, a lady was selling these in Angel Square. I thought you might like one.

Starr: Thank you very much.

Blair: Okay, you two, let me get a picture -- phone -- your phone camera. Come on; get together. Get the picture.

Starr: Mom, we're going to be late for the dance.

Blair: No, no, no, just one picture. It's your first dance. We got to have the memories. Come on.

Starr: Okay.

Blair: Ready?

Starr: Mom, hurry up.

Blair: Okay! Oh, it's perfect. It's perfect. You guys look great.

Starr: Okay, well, we got to get out of here.

Blair: Okay. All right. Got to go. Wait a minute. Carlotta -- there's that! Wait up, you guys!

Travis: You know, this place is great. I mean, we got places like this in New York, but they're always so noisy.

Blair: Oh, wait, oh, wait! Slow down! Just wait for me.

Starr: Okay.

Blair: Well, wait. I got to talk to you about something. I'm talking about alcohol here. If anybody has alcohol, including beer and wine, just say no, and that goes for cigarettes, too, young lady. You remember what happened the last time you smoked cigarettes, right?

Starr: Mom --

Blair: Okay. And if drugs, now -- if somebody comes up to you and says, you know, "I've got something really that makes you feel good --

Travis: Ms. Cramer, Ms. Cramer --

Blair: You say no!

Travis: Ms. Cramer --

Blair: What?

Travis: We know about all that stuff, okay? We'll be fine.

Blair: All right. I just want to make sure we are clear before we walk over there.

Starr: Before we walk over there?

Blair: Well, yeah. I got to make sure you get there safely.

Starr: Mom, the last thing I need is for my mommy to be walking me through the front door.

Travis: We'll be fine by ourselves.

Starr: Look -- and you can see the front door to the community center from here.

Blair: Well, okay. Yeah, I can see it from here. And -- okay. Well, have fun.

Starr: Okay. Mom --

Blair: What?

Starr: I believe I'm okay.

Blair: Okay. Okay, you guys, have fun. And, Starr, if there's any problems at all, you use your cell phone. You call me, okay, Sweetie? Have fun! Be good for Andrew!

Todd: Looks like our Shorty's not so short anymore, is she?


[Crowd murmurs]

Antonio: This isn't what it always seems like.

Sara: Hey, hey, you got a crowd out here waiting for you to finish your number, big guy. Who the hell is this?

Jessica: This is Jessica Buchanan, his fiancee. Who the hell are you?

Sara: Ooh. I'm his boss, Sweetie, and I expect him to do his job. What's going on?

Antonio: Look, for God's sake, how many times do I have to tell you this? How many times do we have to have this conversation? How many times do I have to tell you that my job keeps me out late at night? How many times do I have to tell you that I definitely don't want you coming anywhere near my work?

[Crowd boos]

Antonio: Why do you have to this? You know I have a living to make. Please, go home and wait for me! I will talk to you later. Go home, please.

Sara: Okay, ladies, that's the end of our first set. A drink on the house.

[Cheers and applause]

Sara: I should make you pay for that bar tab.

Antonio: Yeah, well, you know, I'm sorry. I didn't know she was going to show up here, that's all.

Sara: I didn't know you were engaged. Interesting. Very nice, but don't let it happen again.

Antonio: Yeah.


Kathryn: That Sara Fernandez?

Paul: Yeah.

Kathryn: Don't make me sorry I gave you another break, okay? You talk to her and you get me something on the Santis.


John: The Santi family's right in the middle of a major power struggle. It could lead a real east coast-west coast war. A lot hinges on who finds that money that the Santis supposedly stashed.

Bo: Hmm. What about this business with Kathryn Fitzgerald?

John: All of a sudden, she just locked us out of the case.

Bo: The bureau's always tight-lipped.

John: Not like this, Bo. And I saw something between Kathryn and Cramer at Angel Square, something that made me think that maybe for once in his miserable life Cramer ain't lying.

Bo: What, like she's up to something?

John: It's got to be more than meets the eye.

Bo: But you're sure she's clean, right?

John: Can't be sure about anything anymore.

Bo: Yeah. Well, are you going to that dinner tonight?

John: The dinner tonight? That's going to be formal wear and awards and speeches --

Bo: Mm-hmm.

John: You know, I thought about it, and then I realized I'd rather have a root canal without anesthesia.

Bo: I know exactly what you mean, but, you know, you're lucky, because the Commish must be the first one there, the last one to leave.

John: You got a hot date at least?

Bo: No, no, but I did buy a table for all of us so we could all sit together.

John: Hmm. Nora's sitting with us?

Bo: No. Apparently, she's going with Daniel Colson.

John: "Apparently"?

Bo: Yeah. Yeah. I was with her in the diner. Right in front of me, he asked her to go. She said no. Then Matthew tells me that, yeah, she is going with him, but she never mentioned anything. But who cares?

John: Yeah, who cares?


[Doorbell rings]

Nora: Daniel.

Daniel: Hey. Nora!

Nora: Um --

Daniel: Hey.

Nora: That's two for two, isn't it? You catching me with my mud mask. Lucky you. So how are you?

Daniel: Fine, fine.

Nora: Come on in!

Daniel: Okay.

Daniel: Am I early?

Nora: For what?

Daniel: You know, I could have got the time wrong.

Nora: For what?

Daniel: Our date. The awards dinner.

Nora: Oh, Daniel, I -- I said no. Remember, we were sitting at the table and I was working on the Pruitt case, and -- and, you know, Marie threatened to fire me at the diner?

Daniel: Yeah, but then you called up my secretary and said that you changed your mind, that you wanted to go after all.

Nora: No, I didn't.

Daniel: You didn't?

Nora: Nope.

Daniel: Well, somebody did. Well, I mean, it was just a phone message from my secretary.

Nora: I didn't call.

Daniel: Well, that's strange. I wonder who left that message. .

Nora: Oh, Daniel, I am so sorry about the mix-up. And I'm even more sorry that you're catching me in my mud mask.

Daniel: Well, you know, that's okay. You wear it so well.

Nora: Oh.

Daniel: And, yeah, sweats are a nice touch, too.

Nora: Ah, yes, aren't they? But you do look dashing in your tuxedo.

Daniel: Really?

Nora: Real nice, mm-hmm.

Daniel: Wow. Thank you. So, you're working on the Pruitt case, huh?

Nora: Ah, yes, until my dying day -- which will be soon.

Daniel: Yeah, yeah, I hear you. Oh, date or no date, I guess I'd better get back to The Palace.

Nora: Go.

Daniel: Okay, well, don't want to miss all that excitement.

Nora: Oh, no, awards dinners -- they really leave your heart pounding, can't they?

Daniel: Yeah, you bet.

Nora: Yeah.

Matthew: Hi, Mr. Colson!

Daniel: Well, hey. How are you?

Nora: Mr. Colson came by because -- well, he thought we were going to a very fancy dinner, but obviously, I'm not going.

Daniel: Yeah. So, Matthew, looks like I'm going to have to eat rubber chicken all by my lonesome.

Matthew: You're going to eat a rubber chicken?

Nora: Well, not really. But sometimes it certainly tastes like it's a rubber chicken.

Matthew: Mom, you can go if you want. I could stay at Steve Poghenburg's across the street. His parents are probably home. So then you don't have to get me a babysitter, and you can go to the dinner with Mr. Colson.

Nora: Well, it's very sweet of you, and I know the Poghenburgs love having you over, but --

Daniel: Well, no -- that's okay, Matthew. Thank you, anyway, but, you know, your Mom is really, really busy here.

Nora: Yes, I'm really, really busy. But did you rent that tux, or do you own it?

Daniel: Well, if I said I rented it, is there a better chance you'd come with me?

Nora: What the heck! You know what? I'm swamped. If I go with you, I'll be more swamped, and who will know the difference?

Daniel: Well, you know --

Nora: Certainly not me.

Daniel: Nora, you know, it -- look, I'd love the company, but I know it was a mix-up, and I really don't want you to feel obligated --

Nora: I don't feel obligated. I really don't. It'll be fun. What the heck? I'm just going to go upstairs and change, and then -- you know what? For you, I'll even take the mud mask off.

Daniel: Great! Great. I'll just hang out here with Matthew.

Nora: Great, okay, I'll be right down. Matthew, call over at Stevie's house and ask his mother if it's okay, all right?

Matthew: Okay.

Daniel: What do you know, Matthew? Looks like I won't be eating rubber chicken all by myself after all.

Matthew: Yeah, Bo’s going to be so jealous when Mommy walks in.


Bo: You know, Nora and I are hands off about who dates who and when.

John: Yeah, it's got to be hard. I mean, you were married to her for a long time. It's got to be hard not being a little protective.

Bo: No, I'm not. What are you talking about? You think I am?

John: I've seen it, both of you. You know, she's more than a little curious about who you're dating.

Bo: She is?

John: Yeah. Before my mom -- she went on tour with the cruise line, Nora was all over what you two were up to.

Bo: No, she wasn't.

John: Whether you want to admit it or not, there's still something there.

Bo: Oh. No, anything that Nora and I had, it died out a long, long time ago. Now, what are you doing? You're pulling my chain. That's what you're doing.

John: Well, you did seem a little bit irked when you told me that Colson asked her out right in front of you. Yeah, maybe where there's smoke, there's fire.

Bo: No. There's no fire, you know. Believe me, there is no fire.


Rex: No, Mom, no fire, okay? And for God's sakes, when Barry gets back, you tell him to get his stuff out of the community center.

Roxy: What is happening to you? Have you lost every marble I ever gave you?

Rex: We're not doing it.

Roxy: No, listen -- that insurance is going to pay us off big time. It's going to save our butts. So we'd better go ahead with this fire, man.

Rex: No.

Roxy: No? You know, I could always count on you to be a little selfish. What the hell is going on here?

Rex: Look, what's going on is I looked up what happens when you get caught. Arson is a major felony. 20 years, Mom. You feel like 20 years in Statesville when Barry gets caught?

Roxy: 20 years?

Rex: Yeah.

Barry: Okay, folks, here we go. My stuff is stored in a place no one will find it.

Rex: Yeah? Where's that?

Barry: Some storage space. Nobody goes there at night.

Rex: Really? Breaking news, Barry -- there's a dance going on in that community center. The place is crawling with teenagers. You can't keep them out of anything. Now, go back there and get your stuff right now!


[Music plays]

Travis: So, what do you say? It's time for our first dance?

Starr: Sure.

Singer: And there's no place that I'd rather be than here with you at this moment as I'm holding you here in my arms I could stay here forever my love right here


Blair: I thought you said that you had some work to do at "The Banner Sun."

Todd: Yeah, I'm on my way now.

Blair: I -- I should probably go check on "Craze," too, see what's going on there.

Todd: The magazine looks real good. Beautiful covers and snappy articles.

Blair: "Snappy"? It's -- it's selling well.

Todd: Good.

Blair: Yeah. Well, our little girl is off to her first dance.

Todd: Yeah. That kid from the city -- how do you trust a city kid?

Blair: I have to tell you, it was really tough watching her go, yeah. It kind of made me sad.

Todd: It kind of makes me mad.

Blair: Yeah.

Todd: Watching him worm his way into her life.

Blair: Well, I guess we'd better get used to it. We have made one beautiful little girl.

Todd: Hmm.

Blair: I remember when I was her age. I always dreamt about going to little parties like that, dances, wearing the most perfect dress, hair all done up just right, and dreaming that the best-looking guy in my class would extend his hand and say, "Blair, may have this dance?"

Blair: Well, I'd better go.

Todd: Blair?

Blair: Yeah.

Todd: May I have this dance?

Singer: At this moment as I'm holding you close


Daniel: Matthew, I don't understand why you thought that Bo would be jealous when your mom and I -- hey!

Nora: Hi.

Daniel: Nora --

Nora: Quick-change artist.

Daniel: Yeah, look at you.

Nora: Yeah, got the mud mask off. Just don't look too closely.

Daniel: Well, no, I really can't promise that, but -- wow. So -- so what do you say we bring Matthew across the street to his friend's house?

Nora: Oh, great. Sure. Just let me check my purse. Everything all right all right with the --

Daniel: Yeah, great. You know, I was taking a look at this file here. I see what you mean about the Pruitt case.

Nora: Oh, yeah. It's a once-in-a-lifetime event, because human beings only live so long. You should see all the delay tactics they use. Look at this motion. Is it this motion? No, here. Look at that motion.

Daniel: Yeah. I was -- I saw the first couple of them, and I know what you mean. Oh, wait, this is totally unwarranted.

Nora: Well, not according to Judge Lee.

Daniel: Well, they'll delay this forever!

Nora: Hello! That's why I've been bogged down with this case.

Matthew: Mom --

Daniel: No, no, I'm definitely going to assign you more help. Let me just see what we have here so far.

Matthew: Mom, shouldn't we go?

Nora: Oh -- yes. Yes, we probably should go.

Daniel: Do you really, really want to go? I -- I mean, there's an awful lot we can accomplish here.

Nora: Your call.

Daniel: Well, you know me. I'm addicted to work.

Nora: Oh, fabulous! We could accomplish so much, and forget the rubber chicken. We'll order pizza!

Daniel: Great, great.

Nora: Okay!

Daniel: Let me just see how many motions they've filed so far.

Nora: Oh, wait. It's in there, in the folder.


[Phone rings]

Bo: Buchanan.

Matthew: Bo, it's me. You got to come quick.

Bo: What's going on, son?

Matthew: It's the babysitter.

Bo: Well, what about her?

Matthew: I -- I think she's dead.


Jessica: I don't believe this. I do not believe this!

Natalie: Oh -- well, Antonio -- he's a good dancer.

Jessica: It's not funny.

[Natalie chuckles]

Natalie: I know, I know, I know.

Jessica: Well, at least now I know what this undercover assignment was that he was talking about.

Natalie: Yeah. Undercover. I'd say more out in the open.

Jessica: I guess that lady was his boss, and he yelled at me so she wouldn't get suspicious.

Waitress: Coffee?

Jessica: Thank you.

Natalie: You know, it's funny, because I always kind of thought "undercover" meant, you know, sitting in your car, talking about your personal life drinking coffee.

Jessica: That's a stakeout, Natalie.

Natalie: Oh -- you know what? Stakeout. Sorry. Come on, Jess. I'm sure that this club's got to have all sorts of illegal stuff going on there, or else I can't really see Antonio working there.

Jessica: Yeah, but he had to be a stripper, right? He couldn't have been a bartender, a bouncer -- I don't know -- anything? But he had to be a stripper?

Natalie: Strippers make more tips.

Jessica: Again, not funny, Natalie.

Natalie: I'm sorry. You're right, you're right, you're right, you're right. Listen, I am sure that as soon as Antonio can he's going to sit down with you and explain everything when you're in private, okay?

Jessica: Yeah, but why wouldn't he just tell me this in the first place?


Sara: All I'm saying is keep your personal life out of my face. I mean, hey, I like you, you know, but we need the women to want your body, not your family life.

Antonio: Oh, listen, I understand, all right? It was a one-time thing. Guaranteed.

Sara: Yeah, it better be. What the hell are you doing here, pPaul?

Paul: How are you doing, Sara? No, thank you for the warning before.

Sara: Yeah. What is wrong with you? What's the matter with you? You think because they didn't kill you the first time, what, they forgot? They could have a guy in here right now.

Paul: Well, you know, taking chances is kind of the way I like to live my life, you know?

Sara: Well, it's not mine, okay? Look, you did me a favor once. I returned the favor. Now get the hell out.

Paul: Hey, hey, come on. I mean, it's my ass on the line, you know?

Sara: No, Paul. My bookkeeper just lawyered up and he's singing, okay? I'm under the gun with the family and the feds.

Paul: Sara, I need some help.

Sara: Hmm. What now?

Paul: I need something, you know, leverage for the cops. You know, something to save my life.

Sara: What are you talking about?

Paul: You know, like a name, you know? Something that the cops don't know about.

Sara: What do I look like, a snitch?

Paul: No, no. I need something tiny -- to save my life.

Sara: Oh, God. They'll know soon enough anyway. They're looking for Tico.

Paul: Tico?

Sara: Santi. El Toro’s son.

Paul: Oh. So those rumors about him maybe --

Sara: Who is she?

Paul: I -- I don't know. I have no idea. All right, I appreciate the help, okay? We'll be in touch.

Sara: No, no. Don't be in touch. Don't ever be in touch. Just stay away.

Antonio: What are you doing talking to Paul Cramer?

Sara: You know him?

Antonio: Well, you -- yeah, from around.

Sara: And?

Antonio: Well, you know, he's mixed up with, you know, some bad people, that's all. I just --

Sara: Look, antonio --

Antonio: You wouldn't want to --

Sara: A little word of advice. Just mind your business and do your job.


[Music plays]

Blair: I don't think that's a good idea.

Todd: Well, when has that ever stopped us?

Blair: I should go.

Todd: Yeah, you probably should.

[Music plays]

Travis: Oh! I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Well, I guess you -- I step on your feet more than mine.

Starr: No, it's okay. It doesn't hurt.

Boy: Hey, wait up, man.


Daniel: No, I don't think I'd tell Judge Lee he wasn't cut out for this line of work.

Nora: Not a good choice, huh?

Daniel: No.

Nora: A pity.

Daniel: No, no, I wouldn't think so.

Nora: Okay.

Daniel: But if you insert this into your brief, you know, I think he'd be very, very impressed.

Nora: You like that?

Daniel: Yeah.

Nora: Oh, good. I was hoping you'd say that. I wrote that myself. This is great. This is going to be very helpful. Okay, so that goes into the brief. It's amazing what we have accomplished tonight, and I've had fun. I really have. It was certainly a lot more fun than we'd have at that awards dinner.

Daniel: Yeah. You know, it -- it kind of was.

Nora: Yeah.

Daniel: Wasn't it?

Nora: Yeah.

Daniel: You know, Nora, we -- we've come a long way.

Nora: Yeah, we sure have -- you have. You're certainly not the obnoxious man I thought you were.

Daniel: Really?

Nora: Yeah.

Daniel: Oh, and you're not the arrogant woman I thought you were.

Nora: Oh, really?

Daniel: Really.

Nora: Arrogant, huh?

Daniel: No, not really. I -- I just thought of you that way and --

Nora: Arrogant?

Daniel: Well, no. I mean, you were independent, you're outspoken, and --

Nora: Mm-hmm. Arrogant.

Daniel: No. I like the way you are -- you are. I like it a lot. And I -- I -- I really -- I really like you, too.

Nora: Oh. Thank you, Daniel. It's nice. I like you, too.

Daniel: This was -- this was fun.

Nora: Yeah.

Daniel: Um --

Bo: Matthew, I'm here -- sorry, sorry.

Nora: Bo? What are -- what are you -- what are you doing here?

Bo: I'm going to go out on a limb here and I'm going to assume that the babysitter is not dead.


[Music plays]

Blair: We shouldn't do this.

Todd: Yeah, it's probably a mistake.


Travis: Starr, hey, what's up?

Starr: I don't know. Does this mean, like -- I don't know. Is this like --

Travis: Hey, hey, hey, hey. We can just dance, okay?

Starr: No. I mean, I want to, but I was just -- do you?

Travis: Yeah. How about you?

Starr: Yeah.

Boy: Fire! Fire! Fire!


Roxy: We set the fire; we don't set the fire --

Rex: I'm telling you, no fire!

Barry: The fire is controllable!

Rex: This is nonnegotiable! It's canceled!

Roxy: What?

Barry: We had a deal, kid.

Rex: You can keep the money I already gave you, okay? When that dance is over, you get your stuff out of the community center, and you disappear, understood?

Roxy: Do you understand that you're going to have to close Ultraviolet? You're not going to be able to open up your new restaurant and I'm going to lose this joint?

Rex: Yeah, well, we won't end up in Statesville for 20 years.

Barry: Fine, okay, deal's off! Losers.

Rex: What would Nigel say if he found out, Roxy? I mean, is this what you want to think about when he's kissing you good night?

Roxy: I think it's better than thinking about my future being broke all the time.

Barry: Hey, you know that place where I stashed my stuff?

Rex: The community center?

Barry: Yeah. I think it's on fire.


Nora: You come down here right now.

Daniel: Hi. He really said the babysitter was dead?

Bo: Yeah, yeah, but he's only 8 years old, you know? He makes mistakes.

Daniel: Yeah. It's a heck of a story, though, huh?

Bo: Well, I'm glad you think it's amusing.

Nora: Bo, Daniel gets it. He understands.

Bo: Yeah, yeah.

[Phone rings]

Nora: Sit.

Bo: Good. Buchanan. What? All right. I'll be right there.

Nora: What's up?

Bo: I got to go.

Nora: What's up?

Bo: I'm not sure, really, but I'll call.

Nora: All right. Excuse me.

Daniel: Sure.

Nora: Okay, young man. Why did you call Bo and tell him that the babysitter was dead?

Matthew: I couldn't think of any other reason to get him to come over.

Nora: Okay. And why did you need Bo to come over?

Matthew: I wanted him to see you with Mr. Colson. Then he'd get jealous and want to get back together with you.


Kathryn: Do I need to cuff you to make you stay here and wait?

Paul: I told you I would help you out, and I will, all right?

Kathryn: If you run, you don't hear the warning shot.

Paul: I'll be cool.


[Knock on door]

Kathryn: I just came to say goodbye.

John: When will you be back?

Kathryn: Actually, I'm going to take a leave of absence. After I drop Cramer off in San Diego, it's time for some much-needed R and R.

John: Okay. Well, stay in touch this time. Don't be a stranger, and let me know how that search for the Santi money goes.



Todd: What the hell?


Blair: Oh, my God! Todd, the community center's on fire!

Rex: You were an idiot to store your stuff there!

Barry: You wanted me to get it out of there! I got it out! What the hell do I know?

Roxy: Shut up! There's a lot of kids down there! We got to do something!

Rex: All right, get help while I dial 911! Yes, hello! Listen; there is a fire in Angel Square!



Blair: I don't see her anywhere. I don't see Starr anywhere!

Todd: Stay here.

Bo: Okay, stay here! Let the fire departments do their job!

Todd: Starr is in there, Bo!

Bo: All right, then the fire department will bring her out without any civilian help.

Blair: Starr!

Starr! Oh, Starr!


[Phone rings]

Paul: Hello. Oh. Hey, Kelly. What's going on? No, it's not a problem. I'm making a deal with the F.B.I. I'm going to give them what they need, and they're going to give me immunity. Your wallet? No, no. I have no idea. Hmm. Well, maybe you lost it in all that confusion. Listen to me, Kelly. No, I'm glad you turned me in, all right? I owe you one. Yeah, I love you, too. All right, I'll talk to you soon, okay? Bye.

Kathryn: Okay, we are headed for Puerto Rico. If your friend at the Hook Up says they're looking for Tico Santi, then maybe he's headed there, too. Who knows what we're going to find, right?

Paul: Yeah, sure.

Kathryn: You better not be trying to play me, Cramer.


Sara: What's up? What's the problem? Look, I said I'd take care of them, and I will. Fine. I'll call Carlos. I'm on top of this. Hey, you can bring in anyone you want to. Yeah, well, fine. Same to you, pal.


Nora: How many times have I told you not to try to get Bo and me back together, hmm?

Matthew: Lots.

Nora: And you still do, don't you?

Matthew: I'm sorry.

Nora: I know you are. But, Honey, where did you get this idea about jealousy anyway?

Matthew: You said if you make people jealous, they pay more attention.

Nora: I said that?

Matthew: Bo said you used to flirt with people to get his --

Nora: Oh --

Matthew: Something.

Nora: Goat. To get his -- to get his -- you know, it was a joke, and little minds like steel traps, though, you know. They hang on to that whole thing. Wait a minute. That happened at the diner. That was -- that was the day that Mr. Colson came in and asked me to be his date for the awards dinner. And I said no. And then you called his secretary and told her I'd changed my mind and that I would go with him, didn't you?

Oh, boy. Go to your room. Go on. We'll talk later. Dan -- Daniel, I'm so sorry. I'm -- I'm really very sorry.

Daniel: Well, hey, Nora, there's really no need to apologize. Actually, I -- I'm grateful.

Nora: You're grateful? You're grateful that my son called you over here under false pretenses, thinking -- you thought you had a date, and then you got nothing.

Daniel: Well, no, no, that's not true. Actually, that was one of the best kisses I've had in my entire life.


Blair: Where -- where -- where is she?


Todd: Well, Starr could be stuck in there!

Bo: No, you don't know that! You're staying here!

Todd: Get the hell out of my way!

Bo: Listen, you go in there and somebody's going to have to rescue you! Now, go sit down!


Jessica: Oh, my God, it is the community center.

Natalie: My God. Was there something going on there?

Blair: There's a dance, and Starr’s in there!

Roxy: Oh, my God. Starr. Little munchkin.

Jessica: How could something like this have happened?



Kathryn: Hey, wait here. With all these trucks, I don't know if I can get my car out.


Bo: Manning! Get that guy!


>> On the next "One Life to Live" –

Jessica: All that you had to tell me, Antonio, was that you were working undercover as a stripper.

Kathryn: I told you this case was F.B.I. now.

John: I know what you told me. Now you're going to tell me the truth.

Blair: Bo, we've got to do something! Todd is in there!

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