One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 1/6/05
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Bo: I was proud of the way you stood up to the governor the other night.
Kevin: Well, I just thought using that money to help find missing kids was more important than padding a bunch of fat-cat bank accounts.
Bo: And it might help you find Ace.
Kevin: I didn't say it wasn't personal.
Bo: That's ok, I agree with you. I mean, money talks. Plus, someone might step forward that can give us a clue of where he is.
Bo: Is there anything else you want to tell me about Ace's mother?
Kevin: Hmm? Like what?
Bo: When you stopped by my place the other night for that unofficial advice, you said that Kelly was doing her own search for Ace. I just wondered if she turned up anything.
Dorian: Kelly, darling, are you alone? Please join us.
Kelly: Oh, no, I'm actually meeting Viki.
Dorian: Oh, speak of the --
Viki: Well, good afternoon, everybody. Dorian, that looks absolutely delicious. Is that the special, sea bass?
Dorian: Chilean sea bass.
Dorian: Yes, indeed. It's marvelous -- or it was. I believe this was the last portion.
Viki: Oh. Do you know what? I expect that the new chef here, Jezebel -- I'll bet you she saved a piece for me. Shall we?
Dorian: What is it about that woman's twisted D.N.A.? No, no, no, no -- has to be that. She always wants what I have -- my job, my niece, my lunch.
David: You know, don't you worry about Viki. Check this out. The latest edition -- hitting the presses as we speak.
Dorian: Ahem. Wow.
Evangeline: Being together like this is so wonderful. Makes me forget about everything except you. Us.
Evangeline: But you can't, can you?
John: What? What?
Evangeline: Forget about this case? I should be used to this by now. But I keep thinking that things are going to change. How stupid is that?
John: Look, all I was doing was -- I was --
Evangeline: Talk to me, John.
John: I can't talk to you. I can't talk to you as long as you represent the --
Evangeline: The number one suspect? I get that, right. You can't discuss this with me, no, but you can lie here and obsess about it. Never mind me. Just pretend I'm not even here. Oh, wait -- you're already doing that.
John: What is this all about?
Evangeline: I want this to be over.
John: Amen to that. It's close. The answer is right in front of us.
Jessica: Stop it! God, don't ever do that again!
Margaret: Oh, God. Stupid car. Junker. Got to get a new one. Save up for one that is more dependable and safe for the little baby we're going to have together. Right, Todd? Oh. Now, you wait for me here. Well, not that you're going anywhere with your injured legs and all the sedatives you're loaded up with. Oh, and try not to strain your throat. I'm so sorry I had to quiet you the way I did. I'll be back before you know I'm gone.
Todd's voice: Come on, Manning, get it together. This is your chance. Take off. Go home, home to Blair.
Blair: So as soon as you program this little gizmo, it's going to be able to trace the phone calls when they come in, right?
Man: As long as they're from inside the continental U.S.
Blair: Great. Ok, well, I'll let you finish up your work, and I'll just be over here waiting, ok? Oh, God, call, Todd. Please just call me. Please just call me.
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Evangeline: So you changed your mind?
John: I did? What did I change my mind about?
Evangeline: Antonio. He used to be the number one suspect in Ticoís murder case, and now it's Cristian?
John: Anybody ever tell you you talk too much?
John: No? Let me be the first.
Evangeline: Oh, man, I wish I could stay.
John: So stay.
Evangeline: No, no. You're not going to seduce me. You're not going to seduce me. I've got to go back to work. And you have got to work.
John: You call what you do work?
Evangeline: Whatever. So, where would you keep a clean towel in this place of yours? Which, I might add, is very cozy. The McBain is moving up in the world.
John: Yeah. All the towels in the hamper are clean, I think.
Evangeline: What's this?
John: What's what?
Evangeline: What is this?
John: I'm almost afraid to ask.
Evangeline: What is this? Latex gloves? Handcuffs? I don't even want to know what this is.
John: That's your big surprise for later. Give me this. It's -- it's a crime scene kit.
Evangeline: Oh, right, because you never know when you're going to need one.
John: Exactly. There's a -- well, there should be a clean towel in that top shelf in there.
Evangeline: Oh, got it.
John: Hmm. Michael. No, I'm fine. Hey, look, I need to know what kind of surgical gloves they use over there at Llanview hospital. Yeah -- well, no, just -- manufacturer, weight, any of that kind of stuff. No, I'll hold. I'm still here. Yeah, I got a pen right here. Lightly powdered, .088. Thanks, Michael. I'll talk to you later. All right. Here we go.
Hayes: Hey, there you are.
Marcie: Hi. I'm so sorry I'm late. I thought since I was at the hospital, I might try to get my old job back.
Marcie: Exactly. It was a totally lame idea. I mean, I don't know why I expected anyone here to hire me back after how I left this place.
Hayes: Marcie, shh --
Marcie: Did I ever tell you that story --
Hayes: Hey, you don't need a job now. You're an author.
Marcie: Yeah, but my book doesn't get published for another month, and I've maxed out all my credit cards. Do you know how much money I owe?
Hayes: Money is not an issue. Look, a speakerís bureau is interested in setting up some engagements for you to talk about your book -- you know, like what inspired you, how long it took you to write it, that sort of thing. But you have to be ready.
Marcie: I am ready. I'm ready now.
Hayes: Not quite. Marcie, these people that we're talking to are a little bit concerned about your image.
Marcie: It's about my weight, right? It's always about my weight. That's always what it's about. Well, I'm sorry, I'm not going to starve myself again, ok?
Hayes: Look, you don't have to. That's why I wanted you to meet me here at the hospital, so we can meet Dr. Arliss.
Hayes: Arliss. He comes very highly recommended, the best in his field.
Marcie: Uh-huh. And what field is that?
Hayes: Cosmetic surgery.
Blair: So, it's all set? It'll be able to trace the phone calls when they come in?
Man: It also records the conversation.
Blair: Oh, that is so perfect. Thank you so much.
Starr: What's going on?
Blair: I thought that you were at the diner with Matthew, Starr.
Starr: I was. Now I'm home, and you're not answering my question.
Blair: Yeah. Uh, just a minute. Look, thank you very much, and if I have any problems, I'll give you a call.
Man: Good luck.
Blair: All right, thanks.
Blair: That was the telephone repairman.
Starr: I got that, except there's nothing wrong with the phone.
Blair: Oh, but see, there was. See, I tried to call out earlier, and there wasn't a dial tone.
Starr: You just made that up.
Starr: This has something to do with dad. I know it does.
Margaret: And don't give me any bull about faulty spark plugs. Look, I know. I have changed them myself in the last month. I know about engines. It is the fuel injection.
Man: Yeah, well, these things can be tricky. Could take a while.
Margaret: Well, what is a while?
Man: A few hours.
Margaret: You've got to be kidding me!
Man: Could be more, could be less.
Margaret: Look, I don't have a few hours. It's my husband -- I have to get him home. I just got him out of the hospital.
Officer: Is there a problem, ma'am? Can I help?
Starr: You think dad's going to call, don't you? Oh, my God, dad already called?
Blair: I don't know.
Starr: What do you mean, you don't know? Of course you would know!
Blair: See, that's why I didn't want to tell you because you were going to spaz out like this --
Blair: Oh, God, do you recognize that number?
Starr: No, I don't! Pick it up!
Blair: Todd, is it you? Todd?
Jessica: What is the matter with you?
Antonio: With me? What about you?
Jessica: Kissing me again? I mean, it was bad enough --
Antonio: The way I remember it, it was pretty good.
Jessica: Oh, really? Or is that just your ego talking?
Antonio: No, you felt it, too, all right? You know it. Look, why don't you stop resisting and allow yourself to feel what you used to?
Jessica: Right, like how we used to solve all of our problems -- run away and hide under the covers and make love? Or, really, was it ever really love, Antonio, or was it just sex?
John: Forensics. Officer Kaplan. I'll hold.
John: Hey, Larry. Yeah, look, I want you to test that piece of latex that we found at the Santi murder scene. Yeah, I want to see if it's the kind of latex glove that, you know, they might use at a hospital, like Llanview hospital might use. Yeah, that would be .088 thick. Yeah. If it's not a match, check against department issue. Ok. No, Larry, you know we don't give up. A little help from you guys; we're going to find out who killed this guy.
Dorian: Oh! You got Blair to go ahead with this?
David: No, I didnít. I used my connections at "The Sun" to sneak it in at the last minute.
Dorian: David, what connections?
David: You know.
Dorian: How much did this cost me?
David: You know what? You worry way too much. The point is you wanted to get back at Viki for making you lose your job, and now you have.
Dorian: Darling -- ahem -- quite honestly, I'm not sure that this picture is enough to get Viki fired.
David: What are you talking about? This photograph I took is brilliant. It's going to cause an investigation, and no matter what, she won't escape untarnished.
Dorian: Hmm. All right. I guess that will have to do -- for now.
Kelly: So, you know what happened with Blair on New Yearís?
Viki: Well, I know that you distracted Kevin so that Blair could make an appeal to Todd. I mean, it wasn't that hard to figure out.
Kelly: She thinks she might have gotten a message.
Viki: From Todd?
Kelly: Yeah, I just hope she's not getting her hopes up about someone that may never come home.
Viki: Does that apply to Kevin, as well?
Kelly: I'm not sure I understand.
Viki: I mean, is that part of the complication in Ace's disappearance? Is he never coming home?
Kevin: Kelly didn't turn up anything.
Bo: Oh, I'm sorry to hear that.
Kevin: Yeah. I'm not giving up hope. I think about Ace all the time. I think about teaching him how to play baseball, soccer, ride a horse. You know, all the stuff I missed with Duke.
Bo: Yeah, it's tough to feel like that.
Kevin: Yeah, I was looking forward to asking you and Nora about some pointers on raising a little kid -- a boy -- you know?
Kevin: Did I say something wrong?
Bo: I don't know. Things aren't great with Nora and me.
Kevin: That's too bad. I always thought you two were good together.
Bo: I always thought you and Kelly were good together.
Kelly: Kevin just has to be realistic.
Viki: In what way?
Mark: Mrs. Davidson --
Viki: Mark, hi.
Mark: I'm sorry. I feel just awful about this.
Viki: About what?
Mark: You haven't seen it, then?
Viki: Seen what? No, no. What?
Viki: Oh. Well, that's ridiculous! I mean, it's impossible! Who on earth --
Antonio: No matter what you say, you know in your heart --
Jessica: No, I donít.
Antonio: Let me finish.
Jessica: No, let me finish. You were going to say that I know in my heart there's more than just sex between us. But you're wrong.
Antonio: I know I hurt you. I know that. We both made mistakes.
Jessica: I don't have time for this.
Antonio: Make time. Say what you will. But I also know what was good between us and why we were together, and I also know what made us work as a couple.
Jessica: But we don't work as a couple, Antonio! We never did.
Marcie: Look, I know I'm chubby, ok, but I'm pretty. And I happen to like my nose. And don't you think I'm about 40 years too young for a face-lift? All right, maybe 35. I may be pushing it a little bit.
Hayes: Marcie, look, you have a beautiful face.
Marcie: Well, then I don't understand why you're asking me to come here today.
Doctor: Hi there.
Hayes: Hi, Dr. Arliss. Hayes Barber. We spoke on the phone.
Dr. Arliss: Right.
Hayes: And this is the young lady I was telling you about, Marcie Walsh.
Dr. Arliss: Nice to meet you both. So, Ms. Walsh, I understand you are interested in liposuction?
Kelly: Well, this all makes sense now, doesn't it? David sneaking around the Love Center, hiding around corners with a camera.
Viki: Oh, David. You really are a creepy little worm, aren't you? How could you, Dorian?
Dorian: Oh -- what do you mean? Viki, I think the question is, how could you?
Viki: I'm not going to give you the satisfaction of making a scene, you know. But I suggest you arrange to have a retraction printed in that paper immediately, along with an apology -- to me and to this young man.
Dorian: I'll do nothing of the sort. I didn't do anything. You, on the contrary -- president of Llanview University, carrying on with one of the precious young people parents have entrusted to your care?
Mark: Excuse me, but there's no way I could have "carried on" with Mrs. Davidson.
David: Hey. Hey, that's a little harsh.
Mark: I'm gay.
David: I'm sorry, what?
Mark: Yeah, and I don't care who knows it.
Dorian: You're --
Mark: Gay, yes. And I'm fully prepared to go to the paper about this. Oh, and there's also the matter of my father. He's an attorney, and he'll be perfectly happy suing whoever is responsible for this for whatever he or she is worth.
David: Would there be, say, an alternative to that?
Mark: Yeah. You could do what Mrs. Davidson wants and issue a public apology.
Viki: Think about it, Dorian, but don't take too long because you're going to have to get that apology into the paper I'd say within the hour.
Dorian: Brilliant. Brilliant, David.
David: Don't look at me. How was I supposed to know? He wasn't wearing a baseball hat that said "gay" on it.
Dorian: I am going to have to apologize publicly to Viki. Could there be anything more humiliating in the world?
David: Oh, come on. You've been humiliated worse than that before.
Bo: I wonder what that was all about.
Kevin: I'd better find out.
Harrison: Kevin, good to see you.
Harrison: Listen, that speech you gave the other night --
Harrison: I'd like to discuss it with you.
Kevin: Before you say anything -- I spoke from the heart.
Harrison: Well, like any self-respecting lieutenant governor would. And I want you to rest assured that your idea about using state funds to recover missing children is a good one, and it'll be addressed in time.
Kevin: Obviously, you weren't listening to what I said carefully enough. "In time" isn't good enough. No, I will not support you using those funds for corporate interests.
Harrison: All right, Kevin, then I'm afraid I can't support you.
Blair: Yeah, Lisa, I'm sure Jack would love to play with Thomas. That'd be great. Saturday. All right. Bye. Oh, well.
Starr: Don't worry, mom. Dad will be calling in, like, five minutes.
Starr: Or he could be at the door.
Blair: Wait, wait, ask who it is first. Always ask who it is.
Starr: Who is it?
Mrs. Bigelow: It's Mrs. Bigelow.
Blair: Oh, Mona. Any word on Todd?
Mrs. Bigelow: Well, I've been through Mr. Manning's records. And not only have his credit cards remained unused, but not a penny of his assets -- including the hidden ones -- has been touched. Which can only mean that he --
Blair: Starr, would you go upstairs for a little while?
Starr: But I want to know stuff, too.
Blair: Yeah, I know you do, and I will tell you about it later, but help me run Jack's bath water, would you? It's time for his bath.
Starr: But it's not time for his bath.
Blair: Yes, yes, it is. Please, sweetheart, please.
Blair: Thank you. Mrs. Bigelow, I have reason to believe that Todd is very much alive.
Mrs. Bigelow: Well, now, that's -- that's exciting news.
Blair: Yes. And I need your help. You have to help me. I've got to find him. I've got to bring him home.
Todd's voice: I got to do it. I got to move. Come on, you can't give up.
Officer: Your husband's an invalid?
Margaret: Yes. I have to get him home, but my car conked out on me.
Officer: I'll be happy to give you a ride.
Margaret: Oh, no, thanks. I live quite a ways from here. But thank you for offering.
Officer: Let me know if you change your mind.
Woman: I'll help you, son.
Man: Your car is not moving in the condition that it's in, and I am not touching it until I get some money.
Margaret: Look, I just spent a fortune on doctor's bills. I don't know how much money I have left. That's all of it. Look, I know that I owe you a couple more dollars, but I will get it to you, I promise.
Woman: We all have to help each other in this life.
Todd's voice: That's right, call the police.
Woman: Don't go spending that on liquor. That's the devil's brew. I hope things start looking up for you soon.
Margaret: The man in there is a thief with a grease gun. Oh, Todd. Tsk, tsk. $5. You're a genius! I've got it!
Todd's voice: Blair, you got to find me. Blair.
Blair: Ok, in the early edition of "The Sun" tomorrow. I want Todd right on the front page.
Mrs. Bigelow: Yes, front page, definitely.
Blair: Yeah. So if anybody sees him on the newspaper, then they'll contact us, all right?
Starr: The internet.
Starr: Mom, come on. What if we put his picture on the internet and everyone will be able to see it?
Mrs. Bigelow: That's an excellent idea, young lady. However --
Blair: What, what? Do you have a better idea?
Mrs. Bigelow: Well, it just came to me, Ms. Cramer, but I think I have a better way to find Mr. Manning.
Harrison: Do I have to remind you who the governor of this state is?
Kevin: I am well aware of who you are.
Harrison: And that your job is to serve me?
Kevin: Really? Well, that's funny because I thought my job was to serve the people!
Harrison: You're upset about your missing son. That's understandable. Which is why I think you're too personally involved to make any more statements about this.
Kevin: You can't shut me up, governor!
Harrison: What the hell are you doing?
Kevin: 700,000 children are missing in this country -- 700,000 -- and my son is one of them. But you know what? You're right about one thing. It is essential that I have my priorities straight. So I will continue to do my job. I will serve this state as long as the people will have me. And if that means going up against you, then so be it. And I will find my son. No matter what, I will find Ace.
Kelly: No, you canít.
Harrison: Very well, then. You do what you feel you have to do. And so will I.
Dorian: Unless I am mistaken -- and I rarely am -- we've just witnessed a very unusual occurrence.
David: What's that look in your eye, huh? I've seen that before. What are you thinking?
Viki: So, no praise from the governor on your speech?
Kevin: Oh, he loved it.
Bo: Yeah, but you made sure that everybody heard you. That's good.
Kevin: Yeah, well, I'll do whatever I have to to get Ace back. I should go. I'll see you, mom.
Kelly: Oh, Kevin, wait.
Kevin: How's your ankle, Kel?
Kelly: Listen, I'm sorry about that. I just wanted to help Blair.
Kevin: So I gathered.
Kelly: No, no, wait -- I heard what you said to the governor. Please don't use Ace as a political tool.
Kevin: You just don't get it, do you? Wherever Ace is, I will find him. Wait a minute. This is right before Kelly came back to Llanview. "Route 187."
Antonio: How could you say we didn't work? We did everything together!
Jessica: Everything but talk and --
Antonio: You were a part of the most important part of me -- my daughter.
Jessica: And you were thrilled with that, weren't you? I was a mommy, I was a lover, I -- I was your good little princess, and that was really ok with you. But when it actually came to sharing your life with me, to telling me secrets, to really including me, I wasn't strong enough for that, now, was I?
Antonio: Look, I didn't say I didn't mess up.
Jessica: What are you saying then, Antonio? Because I'm confused, really. Because do couples that work really go and sleep with other women or do they marry other men --?
Antonio: Look, I tried to stop you from marrying Tico. I begged you not to!
Jessica: And it would've had the slightest bit of impact if you didn't, at the same time, tell me that you had slept with Sonia, and that you had no intention of including me in your troubles, your life, and that our relationship was never going to change! So this might come as a shock to you, Antonio -- this is not exactly what I --
Antonio: Your marrying Tico -- it was a test, wasn't it?
Jessica: Well, if it was a test, then we failed.
Evangeline: Oh, God, I wish we could do this every day, several times a day, every day of the week.
John: Beats the hell out of a coffee break.
Evangeline: Sorry I have to leave.
John: I'm sorry you have to leave, too. Call you later?
John: Ok. You look beautiful.
Evangeline: Thank you.
John: Yeah, it's McBain. Those test results come in yet? Well, put a rush on it. This is priority one.
Evangeline: Antonio? It's Evangeline. Look, I need to see you right away.
Bo: Seems like Kev is really coming around.
Viki: Yes. He's trying very hard to do the right thing, and he wants to find his son.
Harrison: Excuse me. I don't mean to interrupt.
Viki: Of course you do.
Harrison: Being direct seems to run in your family.
Viki: Yes, it does. What's the point?
Harrison: Well, look, I don't blame Kevin for trying to make a name for himself in his first term. But if he wants to succeed in this arena, he'd be wise to pull in his reins a little bit. You might want to tell him that.
Viki: No, I don't think I'm going to tell him anything of the kind. Frankly, when I heard that he wanted to go back into politics, I was more than a little concerned. But the man that I heard on New Yearís Eve is somebody I'm terribly proud of. So I will tell him to continue doing exactly what he's doing, and if there are people who don't like that, tough.
Dorian: You know, I think that the governor hates Kevin and his family even more than I do. Oh, and that just makes me feel so warm and fuzzy.
Dorian: Mm-hmm. Excuse me a moment, dear.
Dorian: Hello, governor. Look across the room -- directly across the room. Yes, it's me, one of your greatest admirers. And that's why I would like to help you with a certain difficulty in your administration. So why don't we meet later and talk about it?
Marcie: You want me to get liposuction? I can't -- why didn't you tell me what this was about before we came here?
Hayes: I didn't want you to overreact.
Dr. Arliss: You really should have informed Ms. Walsh.
Hayes: Yeah. I thought if Dr. Arliss could explain --
Marcie: I am not going to get liposuction, ok? Just the word creeps me out!
Hayes: Marcie, just -- just --
Marcie: No, have you ever seen any of those medical shows? It's really --
Hayes: Dr. Arliss, could you please reassure her?
Dr. Arliss: Now, we don't look at this as a method of weight loss. The -- the goal of liposuction is to contour the body.
Dr. Arliss: Mm-hmm. Now, an ideal candidate is someone whose weight is within normal boundaries, but where we find little pockets of excess fat in different places.
Hayes: And how soon could Marcie have this done, doctor?
Dr. Arliss: You know, generally, there's a huge waiting list. But I do know that we had a couple of cancellations for next week, so we could possibly fit you in then. Why don't you talk it over with your boyfriend, and you let us know, all right?
Marcie: No, no, no, he's not my boyfriend, ok? Michael was my boyfriend. You don't want to hear about that, so forget it.
Dr. Arliss: Nice meeting you both.
Hayes: Marcie, what do you think?
Marcie: I don't know. Ok, first of all, it's got to at least be $1,000. It's got to be.
Hayes: Yeah, but it's a non-issue. I'll get another advance from our publisher.
Marcie: Yeah, even if you get another advance -- even if I could afford it -- it's gross, Hayes, ok? It's weird. It's painful.
Hayes: Marcie, Marcie, just -- just think about it. Think about how fantastic you'll look at your publishing party -- nice, slim hips, a tight stomach. And the confidence that it'll give you? That -- that breeds success. Don't you see? You can have everything you ever dreamed of.
Antonio: I've admitted it, Jess. I've said it over and over again. What went wrong between us was my fault.
Jessica: Too little, too late.
Antonio: Fine. You want to hear it? You weren't strong enough.
Jessica: Finally. Finally, a little honesty from you. It's really a nice change. You think I'm weak and I'm shallow --
Antonio: That's not what I said! Don't put words in my mouth.
Jessica: Oh, I'm sorry, go on, please.
Antonio: If you were really strong, you'd accept responsibility for your own actions.
Jessica: And I will do that, starting right now.
Antonio: What's that supposed to mean?
Evangeline: Antonio? I'm so glad I found you. Hey, Jessica.
Evangeline: Did you get my message?
Antonio: No, no. What's up?
Evangeline: I'm only telling you this because you need to know this. This is information that could clear you. John got a new lead in Ticoís murder.
Antonio: Go on.
Evangeline: Ok. Apparently, when the killer pulled the plug, he was wearing latex gloves. So when John traces the gloves --
Antonio: Wait, how did you find this out?
Evangeline: Well --
John: I'd like to know that myself. Answer him, sweetheart. Where did you learn about the latex gloves?
Antonio: Tell you what -- why don't I call you later?
Evangeline: As Antonioís attorney, it is my job to help him present the best defense.
John: Honorable. But not the answer.
Evangeline: I am obligated to use any and all information to keep Antonio from being wrongfully convicted of murder.
John: Even information you wouldn't have if you weren't sleeping with the lead detective?
Viki: Kelly, honey, I'm not going to stay for lunch. I'm sorry. I've got to get back to the university. I mean, as absurd as that picture in the paper was, there will be questions, and I'd like to deal with them. So we'll talk later?
Kelly: All right. Sure.
Viki: Thank you.
Dorian: Kelly, honey, I just heard what Kevin said about not giving up the search for Ace.
Kelly: Well, I just sent him on a wild-goose chase.
Dorian: Hey, you're going to run out of chases to send him on, and you can't keep what you know a secret forever.
Kelly: I'm just trying to buy some time.
Dorian: Buy some time? For whom, and why?
Kelly: Babe Chandler. She's Ace's real mother.
Kelly: I know, I know, it's bad. But she seems like a wonderful woman and a wonderful mother, and this is the right thing to do. Ace belongs with her. But, please, Dorian, you cannot tell a soul about this.
Dorian: I will take the secret to my grave. This means that Ace is Adam Chandler's grandson. Adam is a very powerful, very ruthless man. When he finds out the whole story, there's no telling what he'll do. David?
David: Yeah? Here. I'll take care of this one.
Blair: Bo, I want to file a missing persons report.
Bo: Blair? How'd you know I was here?
Blair: The desk sergeant down at the station. Now, are you going to help me find Todd, or what?
Bo: Todd's not missing. He's AWOL.
Blair: That's what everyone thought, but now I have reasons to suspect that he's met with some foul play.
Bo: Ok. What are the reasons?
Blair: Well, actually, there was this phone call. Jack answered it, and Todd spoke to him.
Bo: Wait a minute. Jack answered it?
Bo: You didn't talk to him yourself?
Blair: Are you going to help me find him, Bo?
Bo: Look, you can file a missing persons report, ok? But considering Toddís M.O. and then that "Dear Jane" letter that he left you with, I don't think it's going to be a priority.
Blair: Fine. I'll find Todd myself.
Kevin: This is unbelievable. There is nothing around here but car dealerships and mechanics!
Todd: Kevin --
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Evangeline: What are you saying, John? Are you sorry we're together?
Marcie: We broke up.
Michael: That doesn't mean that I stopped loving you.
Cristian: I'd do anything to keep her safe, even lie to her.
Blair: Did you find Todd?
Mrs. Bigelow: I think I know exactly what happened to Mr. Manning.
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