One Life to Live Transcript Monday 3/14/05
Proofread by Kathy
[Pounding on door]
Riley: Commissioner Buchanan. Something I can do for you?
Bo: I know it's late, but we have a warrant to search your premises. This isn't a request.
Bo: Can I talk to Jen?
Riley: She's not here.
Bo: Do you know where we can find her?
Bartender: There you go -- one tequila shooter. You want a beer chaser with that?
Jen: No, thanks.
Jen: Can I get another one over here?
Rex: You know what to do. Call me.
Man: If I find anything.
Rex: No "ifs," man. Find me what I want, and there's a lot more where that came from.
Natalie: Hey, hey -- what are you getting yourself into now?
Evangeline: Having a happy birthday?
John: You know, it's -- it's going okay for a -- for a birthday.
Evangeline: Anything else I can get the birthday boy?
John: Oh. Well, I like crackers. Crackers are good, and --
Evangeline: Well, I don't suppose you'd tell me the story behind this picture?
John: That picture? I'll tell you anything you want to know.
Jessica: Don't give me that dumb look! What did you say to Antonio?
Julie: I didn't say anything.
Jessica: You're lying!
Julie: Look, why would I lie to you? What, what, do you think I was hitting on him or something? Because I so wasnít. And what's the big deal anyway? I thought you two broke up.
Jessica: I just wanted to make sure that you didn't tell him that you saw me at that bar. Remember, like you promised?
Julie: And I didn't. Okay? So, if that's all --
Jessica: Jules, wait. You know, it's not really safe around here. Maybe -- maybe I should walk you back to your car.
Julie: It looks okay to me. I'll see you around.
Jessica: Sooner than you think.
Cliff: Hey, babe. You remember me?
Jessica: Should I?
Cliff: I'm the guy you blew off at Xanadu the other night.
Jessica: Oh -- oh, yes, now I do. Now, were you number 26 or 27?
Cliff: Well, maybe you'll remember me now.
Riley: I already told you, I don't know where Jen is.
Bo: Well, it'd be a lot easier if she was here.
Riley: Why? So she could watch you ransack our stuff?
Bo: Riley, look, I know this is tough on you and Jen -- it's no picnic for us either -- but this attitude, it's not going to make things any better.
Riley: I don't know where she is. She took off and didn't come back.
Bo: And you don't know where?
Riley: No, I donít. Look -- well, there it is. That's what you came for, right? Just take it.
Bo: Well, we're going to have to look through everything else, too.
Riley: We haven't unpacked.
Bo: Gentlemen, go ahead and have a look around. Go easy. You might want to make some calls and see if you can find Jen before she does something that she's going to regret.
Riley: Like what, leave town?
Daniel: Riley, you think Jen is leaving town?
Riley: I didn't say that.
Daniel: No, but that's what you were thinking. Put an A.P.B. on Jen Rappaport.
Riley: Like hell you will!
Evangeline: You're really going to tell me about this picture?
John: Sure. That's me, and that's my brother, Michael.
John: "And," what? That's me, and that's my brother, Michael.
Evangeline: John, you know, every time I think you're ready --
John: My father took it in our backyard in Atlantic City, took it with this old Leica camera he was always carrying around. That's the last photo he ever took of us. He was killed in the line of duty two days later.
Evangeline: Thank you. Thanks for --
John: You're -- you're welcome, okay? You're welcome.
Evangeline: You were very cute.
John: No, that's not cute. That's a -- that's a 10-year-old with a bad attitude and an even worse haircut.
Evangeline: Let me see more pictures.
John: If I had any.
Evangeline: You don't?
John: Uh -- I have one of my mom, but that's about it.
Evangeline: You're kidding me.
John: Always traveled light.
Evangeline: No family pictures? Why?
John: I don't know. I guess my mom's got them all, and I -- I never asked.
John: "Hmm," what? What is that? Hey, wait. Where are you going?
Evangeline: Okay, stay right here. I'll be right back.
Rex: I'm not breaking any laws, Natty.
Natalie: No, you're just hanging out with people who do.
Rex: Cramer did some business with that guy last year. I'm just having him sniff around for me, seeing if there's somebody that could've smoked the guy.
Natalie: Anyone besides Jen?
Rex: Or me, or you.
Natalie: Honey, we're not on the A-list anymore, and I'd really rather you didn't hang out with people who are, especially now that you've decided to clean up your act.
Rex: Was that before or after I jacked Cramerís files from Bo Buchanan's office?
Natalie: You stole it?
Rex: Just -- just part of it.
Natalie: I thought you just did a sneak peek.
Rex: There wasn't time.
Natalie: Oh, my God. Oh, my God, I'm going to be in so much trouble.
Rex: No, chill! It's at my place.
Natalie: Okay, then let's go get it.
Rex: No, no, no, you can't put it back tonight anyway. Let me buy you a drink. Come on.
Antonio: Natalie. I need to speak to you.
Natalie: Hey, Antonio.
Rex: I'll meet you inside.
Natalie: I'm kind of in the middle of something with Rex, but --
Antonio: This can't wait.
Jen: Hit me again.
Bartender: How about you slow down and I call you a ride?
Jen: Nobody to call.
Rex: Wrong. So, you want to tell me why you're here looking all foxy, drowning yourself in a bottle of tequila?
Natalie: You worried about Jessica?
Antonio: Weird things have been happening, you know. I went by Llanfair the other night, I found lipstick on her bedroom mirror, clothes thrown all over the bed, the floor.
Natalie: How is this happening? Mom's got tons of security there.
Antonio: Well, somehow this stalker is getting past them, or it's one of them.
Natalie: Oh, my God.
Antonio: Look, you know, at this point it could be anybody.
Natalie: Well, at least we know it's not that guy pretending to be Cristian. He's locked up, thank God.
Antonio: I -- I didn't mean to rehash a painful memory.
Natalie: Oh, you know, I can sometimes go weeks without going into hysterics.
Antonio: You know, maybe this wasn't a good idea.
Natalie: No, no, I'm -- really, I'm glad you told me. Sometimes my family keeps me in the dark because they think I'm fragile, but I'm not. And if I can help in any way, I want to.
Antonio: Well, that's just it. You know, I don't know what the hell I'm looking for, or who this guy really is.
Natalie: You know, what you're saying -- I mean, it -- maybe this guy is not really a guy. It sounds like a woman.
Jessica: Ugh! Back off, loser!
Cliff: Not a chance, Sweetheart. I've seen you give it up for everybody else. Ah!
Jessica: I didn't know you like to play rough.
Cliff: Well, if that's the way you like it --
Jessica: I can give it as good as I get it.
Cliff: Ugh! What the hell?
Jessica: What? What, you don't want to play with me anymore? You don't like me?
Cliff: Oh, I'm going to --
Jessica: What? Take one more step and I will drop you.
Cliff: You are certifiable, lady.
Jessica: Yes, I am.
Jessica: One down, one to go. Hey, Jules, wait!
Antonio: So you think it's a woman stalking Jess?
Natalie: Well, what guy would use lipstick on a mirror?
Antonio: Oh, you'd be surprised.
Natalie: It doesn't add up -- I mean, the mess, the notes, the lipstick.
Antonio: Oh, come on, Natalie. I mean, that's not concrete evidence of gender.
Antonio: Okay, all right, let's say, for argument's sake, it is. The question is, who? Somebody jealous of Jess?
Natalie: Maybe you and Jess.
Antonio: Uh -- I can't think of anybody.
Natalie: Wait a minute, what about Ticoís foster sister, Sonia? I mean, she had it bad for you.
Antonio: No, no, no. I already checked that out, too. Not a chance.
Natalie: Fine. I don't know, then. I mean, I can't think of anybody else. The good thing is they haven't hurt her.
Antonio: Yet. Look, in all my years as a cop, I never saw a stalker stop on their own. Whoever this person is and whatever game they're playing, I got a feeling it's only going to get worse.
Driver: You found what you were looking for tonight?
Jessica: Let's just say it was a very eventful evening.
Jen: I'm not in the mood, Rex.
Rex: Don't panic. I'm not hitting on you. Riley know you're here?
Jen: No, and I don't want him to.
Rex: You guys have a fight or something?
Jen: You wouldn't understand.
Rex: Try me.
Jen: Can I get another one down here?
Rex: I'll just drink it again. You don't want me to get wasted on your tab, do you?
Jen: Okay, what do I have to do to make you go away?
Rex: Tell me what's up.
Jen: Okay, that letter you got -- the one paying you off to hide the gun that killed Paul? Riley's dad found a copy in my computer.
Rex: Ooh. Okay, how'd that happen?
Jen: I don't know. He was in my place, he picked up the printer, and it was stuck in there. What difference does it make?
Rex: You know what this means, don't you?
Jen: Yeah, I'm going to jail, right?
Rex: No, no. It means whoever wrote that letter -- and probably whacked Paul -- had access to your printer.
Jen: Daniel Colson thinks that that's me. Don't you get that?
Rex: Yeah, I get it. And Riley bailed on you.
Jen: No. I bailed on him.
Jen: He tried to destroy the evidence. As soon as his dad and Nora left, he tried to throw the printer out the window.
Rex: Well! The man finally shows some stones.
Jen: No, I don't want him breaking the law for me. Riley's a good person. He's not like --
Rex: You and me.
Riley: Jen's only been gone overnight. If she had taken off, Lindsay would've told me.
Daniel: Lindsay? Riley, are you serious? She probably paid Jenís travel expenses.
Riley: All right, maybe not Lindsay, but Marcie.
Daniel: If she even knew.
Riley: They're best friends, Dad. They talk every day. If she hadn't heard from Jen, she'd be over here looking for her. Look, she had no reason to skip town because she didn't do anything.
Daniel: Who you trying to convince, Riley? Me or yourself?
Riley: Just give me a little more time, that's all I ask. We will here from her. I'm sure of it.
Daniel: Okay. Okay, as long as we find what we're looking for here, okay? But, listen, Riley, if she's not back by tomorrow, that A.P.B. has to go out.
Riley: She didn't do it, Dad.
Bo: Riley, we're going to have to take this back to the station.
Riley: Do what you have to do.
Paige: I -- I wouldn't do that if I were you. That is, not if you ever want to play the guitar again.
Bo: What are you doing here?
Daniel: My son lives here.
Bo: Ah. So you thought you'd just stop by when we're in the middle of executing a warrant?
Daniel: I just wanted to make sure this goes by the book.
Bo: Well, when we're ready to make an arrest, then we'll let you know. Otherwise, you can back off.
Evangeline: Hey! I thought I told you to stay put.
John: I've never been real good at following directions. You were gone so long I had to get a beer. What'd you do?
Evangeline: Just had to run to the car real quick.
John: Uh-huh. For what?
Evangeline: This! You don't have any pictures? Smile!
John: The reason why I don't have any pictures is I'm not really big on having my picture taken. Please --
Evangeline: Oh, what a surprise. Come on, smile!
John: Please don't do that. All right, that's it. Give me the camera.
Evangeline: I'm not done.
John: Give me -- give me the camera.
Evangeline: Oh, come on, smile. Come on -- okay, don't smile. Fine, don't smile.
John: I'm not smiling -- give me the --
Evangeline: Just --
John: Fine, I'll just erase it when I get it.
Evangeline: Just one more, right?
John: All right. Mm-hmm.
Evangeline: Wait, wait.
John: See, you don't even know how to -- that was good. All right, now, give me the camera.
Evangeline: You're going to have to get it from me. Come on. You're going to have to get it if you want it.
John: Oh, I'll get it from you.
John: I'll get it.
Evangeline: Please --
John: You're cute when you say please.
Evangeline: John! You are the worst!
John: Oh, you're one to talk.
Evangeline: They're not that bad.
John: No, I -- actually, I almost like that one.
Evangeline: See? We're just making some memories here.
John: Oh, is that what we're doing? We're making memories?
Evangeline: Actually, we were -- I don't know, I thought we were having some fun. You have heard of that, right, where you come from? Fun?
John: I'm sorry, are you -- are you trying to say I'm not a fun guy?
Evangeline: You're a complicated guy.
John: How so?
Evangeline: Well, tonight you opened up a little window into your past, your feelings. Then you closed it.
John: Well, you know, that's -- that's me trying.
Evangeline: I'm not blaming you. I know there are things that you're not ready to talk about.
John: I don't want to keep things from you.
Evangeline: Then why didn't you tell me that Natalie took a job at the police station?
John: I don't know. It was just circumstances, you know. But, you know, that doesn't mean anything. She's got her friends and her family, and she doesn't need me for anything.
Evangeline: What about you, John? Do you need her for anything?
John: I got you.
Evangeline: Is that going to be enough for you?
John: I think the better question is, is that enough for you?
Evangeline: We're not talking about me.
John: Maybe we should.
Evangeline: You know everything there is to know about me.
John: I doubt that.
Evangeline: I don't keep secrets, John. Ask me anything.
John: Anything? Okay. Any particular reason why you -- why you cry at movies so much?
Evangeline: That's what you want to know?
John: Well, I mean, it's a start. It's kind of personal, isn't it?
John: So tell me.
Evangeline: They're sad.
John: They're sad? That's it?
Evangeline: When they're funny, I laugh. When they're sad, I cry. When they're bad, I walk out.
John: Okay. If you say so.
Evangeline: I like this one here.
John: Now who's not talking?
Evangeline: Okay. I guess I cry at movies because I can. You know, it's not about me, it's about someone else, and maybe it's easier for me to allow myself to be emotional when I don't have to deal with the consequences.
John: I guess that makes sense.
Evangeline: Come on, you never cried at a movie?
Evangeline: What about that Clint Eastwood movie?
John: The girl boxer one?
Evangeline: Yeah. Didn't that just totally devastate you?
John: I liked it. The boxing was real good.
Evangeline: "The boxing was good." I'd like to get you in the ring sometime. "The boxing was good."
John: Do that again.
Evangeline: I don't want to hurt you.
John: Yeah, you try that again.
Evangeline: Come on, you ready?
John: You want to go?
Evangeline: I mean --
John: You want to go right now?
Evangeline: I'm trying to --
John: Kidney punch! Kidney punch!
Riley: What are you doing here?
Paige: Commissioner Buchanan and I -- we were out when the search warrant came in.
Riley: This was part of your date?
Paige: It's part of dating a cop. Mike McBain -- he told me about you and Jen.
Riley: About how screwed up we are right now?
Paige: No. No, not at all. About how perfect you two were for one another.
Riley: Well, it doesn't look that way now, does it?
Paige: Hey, Riley, I know I don't know you that well. But do you love her?
Riley: Yeah, I do.
Paige: Well, then you fight for her. You stand up for her and you be strong when she needs you most, as I suspect she does right now. You see, when you find somebody that you really, really love, you do anything to stay with them. You do whatever it takes.
Riley: You seem to be the only person who gets that right now.
Paige: More than you know.
Daniel: I don't take orders from you, Commissioner.
Bo: All right, then let's just call it a suggestion. You're too close to this case.
Daniel: I'm just looking out for my son, that's all.
Bo: Well, it would be better for your son if you just backed off. Let us handle it, okay? Or do you want to lose your son over all of this?
Daniel: Who the hell do you think you are, giving me advice --
Bo: Wait, now, Colson -- you know what? Let's just not even get into this.
Daniel: No, no, wait, wait, wait. You strolled into fatherhood, what, a year or so ago? That makes you an expert?
Bo: I know a little something about it, and I didn't exactly just stroll into it. But if you want to make this a contest, fine.
Daniel: The only contest I can see is the one you already lost. That just burns you, doesn't it? And that's why you do everything you can to undermine me.
Bo: Now you're being paranoid.
Daniel: No, I'm just cutting through all the crap, that's all. This is about what it's always been about. Me marrying Nora.
Driver: Excuse me, but are you all right?
Jessica: You should've seen the other guy.
Driver: Well, should I take you to a doctor or the police?
Jessica: I'm fine.
Driver: Listen, if somebody hit you, you have to go to the pol--
Jessica: Listen, haven't you figured it out by now? I -- I can take care of myself, thanks.
Driver: If you say so.
Jessica: Yeah, I do. Trust me, I've been in way worse messes than this, and I've always come out clean the other side. I don't need some guy bailing me out.
Driver: Yeah, you sure about that?
Jessica: I was living with this creep once, in the same house together for months and months and months. And he was loaded, too. We're talking dripping in dinero. But all I had to touch was his checkbook. That was life.
Driver: And you didn't want more?
Jessica: You kidding?
Driver: Well, what about him?
Jessica: Oh, well, he wanted everything. But I gave him nada. Some guys just make it too easy for me. Not like his brother, though. No, no, Antonio is a completely different story.
Antonio: Jess says I worry too much.
Natalie: Well, you want me to talk to her?
Antonio: She'll know I put you up to it.
Natalie: If she's in trouble --
Antonio: Look, she made it very clear that she doesn't want me protecting her.
Natalie: Look, I'm going to keep an eye on her. And if I see anything weird going on, I'll let you know.
Antonio: Thanks. I hope that's enough.
Natalie: You're really stressed.
Antonio: Well, you know, you let me do that, okay? You've had enough on your plate.
Natalie: You'd think I'd be used to it by now.
Antonio: Well, I don't know if you ever get used to it. Are you really okay?
Natalie: Yeah. Yeah, I think so. Family helps.
Antonio: Well, if you -- if you need to talk about Cristian or anything, I'm your guy.
Natalie: Thank you.
Jen: I shouldn't be here.
Rex: Going home to Riley?
Rex: Then where?
Jen: I don't know. I just can't stay here.
Rex: Because of Riley or because of me?
Jen: Because of me, okay? I just -- I ruin everything.
Rex: Not for me you don't.
Jen: I know, but you're just not --
Rex: Riley? Yeah, I know. I don't want to be. And you don't want me to be either. It wouldn't be half as much fun. We have fun. You got to give me that.
Jen: Okay. Okay, yes, we've had some good times together.
Natalie: Will you quit jerking my brother around?
Rex: Natalie, back off!
Natalie: No! Not while I see her doing this little head trip to you. Why aren't you at home with Riley, the man you're supposed to be so crazy about?
Jen: Get out of my way!
Natalie: No, I don't think so. Not until we get something straight.
John: I haven't had a party like that since -- well, since I was about as old as I was in that picture. You say you want to know me, and I'd tell you if I knew. The last few years I've been lost in my work ever since Caitlin. But that's starting to change. I never thought it would happen. But when I looked at you tonight across that table, I realized if I was ever going to say those words again to anyone, I'd say them to you. Because I think -- I think I'm falling Ė
Jen: Look, I was sitting there by myself, and Rex came up to me. So get off my back!
Natalie: Yeah, well, I didn't see you pushing him away.
Rex: Natalie, you don't know what you're talking about here.
Natalie: Well, see, I do know that Jenís got a great guy who loves her, and that she's stringing you along!
Rex: I'm telling you, cut her some slack, okay?
Natalie: Here we go again! Jen's crying in the tequila, you come running to rescue her. I mean, use your head, Rex. Don't let her lead you around --
Jen: You're the one that needs a leash.
Natalie: You know, I actually used to feel sorry for you when Paul was hassling you. But now, I mean, you're facing a murder rap, and what are you doing? You're getting tanked and trying to get up Rex's boxers. I mean, what is wrong with you? You have got the sweetest guy who would die for you. What is your problem, Jen?
Jen: Just because you're alone, don't take it out on me.
Natalie: Oh, you cheap little --
Rex: Okay, Natalie, chill!
Natalie: Fine. She can send you a post card from Statesville.
Rex: Don't listen to her, okay? You're not going to Statesville.
Jen: I knew I shouldn't have come here.
Natalie: Got that right. Let her go.
Rex: Ugh! Nice work, Natty. See, I could've helped her. But thanks to you, she's probably running right into the hands of the cops.
Bo: Daniel, you have totally lost it.
Daniel: Well, am I wrong?
Bo: What? Nora isn't even here.
Daniel: She doesn't have to be.
Bo: Look; I was just trying to give you some advice about your son. If you don't want to take it --
Daniel: No. No, not from you. You know, it really gets to you, doesn't it, that I'm closing the Paul Cramer case and that I get Nora?
Bo: And possibly lose your son. But if you want the credit for all of that, fine, it's yours. Take it.
Daniel: You can go to hell.
Riley: What's going on?
Bo: Nothing. Paige, I am sorry that it took so long.
Bo: What do you got?
Officer: We found that.
Bo: "P.C." Paul Cramer?
Daniel: Take everything down to the station.
Bo: Wait, who do you -- well, you heard District Attorney Colson.
Daniel: Riley, I'm really sorry.
Riley: Save it, Dad. I don't want to hear it.
Daniel: Let's go.
Bo: Find Jen before he does.
Driver: Okay, we're home.
Jessica: Great. I'll be in touch with you for next time. And this, my friend, is because it's my business and no one elseís. Got it? Oh, damn it.
Jessica: Out of all the doors to this place, the guard picks this door to take his smoke break. I can't believe it. Here I am trying to hide my habit from everybody, and I'm getting burned because this guy's a smoker, too.
Driver: What, you want me to take you somewhere else?
Jessica: No, no, it's fine. I'll be fine. Good thing I always come prepared. Listen, you might as well go to the front entrance, and, while you're at it, take a couple spins around the neighborhood. I didn't want to have to resort to this, but it had to happen sooner or later.
Rex: I'm tired of you ripping on Jen.
Natalie: Look, you're my brother, okay? I care about you.
Rex: Then stop playing big sister. Jen and I were having something real till you messed with it.
Natalie: She's working you.
Rex: Give me some credit here.
Natalie: Rex, how? Okay, you almost went to prison for her.
Rex: And now she might because of you. Your uncle just walked in, so keep it down, okay?
Bo: You know something?
Bo: Colson really went too far tonight --
Paige: Thank you.
Bo: I think, with that whole deal about Nora.
Paige: You know what? I think it was actually more about his son. He was just taking it out on the nearest target. It's Riley who I feel sorry for. I mean, he's got to be torn right down the middle between his father and Jen.
Bo: You know, I saw the look on his face when my guys found Cramerís bracelet in Jenís stuff.
Paige: Bo, he's trying so hard to believe in her. But something like that -- that can break anybody.
Riley: Where have you been?
Jen: I just stayed at the cottage last night. I was just around. The police were here?
Riley: Yeah. They took your printer and Cramerís bracelet.
Jen: Oh, I should've thrown that away.
Riley: But you didn't.
Jen: So, what happens now?
Riley: Well, the commissioner and my dad are searching everywhere for evidence, and they'll probably be back with questions.
Jen: I'm talking about us. What's going to happen with you and me?
Jessica: Hey, Louie. Cold night, huh?
Louie: Didn't know you were out, Miss Buchanan. I thought you were up in bed.
Jessica: Oh, I was, but then I got this super tip on this undercover story for "The Banner," and I had to go out.
Louie: Didn't run into any trouble with that stalker, did you?
Jessica: No, trust me, I'm really, really careful. Anyways, I'm going to go up to bed now. Can you make sure that nobody disturbs me? Got it? Thanks.
Jessica: And I'd like to thank the academy and all the little people that helped me get me where I am.
Louie: Miss Buchanan doesn't want to be disturbed.
Antonio: I'm sure she'll be fine if it's just me.
Louie: She said nobody.
Bo: Hey, thanks for putting up with me tonight. But, you know, if this case wasn't so important --
Paige: No, no, no, no. It's a murder case. It involves people that you know. It's not as if I haven't broke one of our dates because I had an emergency at the hospital, right?
Bo: Right. But back to that -- you know, the stuff that Daniel was saying about Nora?
Paige: It has nothing to do with us. I know who you want to be with.
Jen: Look; I understand if you need your space away from me. I mean, I just walked out, and I didn't even call you, didn't tell you what was happening.
Riley: Have you been drinking?
Riley: I smell alcohol.
Jen: I was at Rodiís. And you know what? I thought about it. I did, I thought about it, but then I just decided to get something to eat. And a waiter spilled a drink on me. I wouldn't do that. We had a deal, right?
Jen: I'm scared, Riley, more than I've ever been in my whole life. I can't handle this without you.
Riley: You won't have to.
Jen: You still believe me, right, that I didn't kill Paul?
Riley: Absolutely. All right, and we're going to do this together. We're going to fight this. We're going to get proof that you're innocent.
Natalie: I'm sorry.
Rex: You know, you owed me one for getting in McBainís face about you.
Natalie: Okay, so we're even, then. Look, I got to get those files back that you took out of Bo's office. I mean, I am working for him now, and I'll be totally screwed if files turn up missing, especially on Paul's murder.
Rex: I'll go get them now. I got to meet up with that guy I talked to, anyway, see if he dug up something.
Natalie: You know, I wish you would just stay out of this. You know, I got to worry about Jessica, and now I got to worry about my brother, too?
Rex: What's up with Jess, anyway? I thought that Cristian wannabe was her stalker.
Natalie: No, I mean, we all thought that, but he's not. More stuff has happened, and Antonio thinks it's only going to get worse.
John: McBain. What do you got? Car accident? One D.O.A.? What's the name? Okay. I'm on my way.
Antonio: All right, when you see her, will you tell her I stopped by? Have a good night, all right, Louie?
Antonio: Jess, it's Antonio. I'm outside. I stopped by. The guard said you weren't taking any messages.
Jessica: Antonio, how can you be this pathetic? Talk about stalker. Oh, well. Another message Jessica won't get.
Jessica: Well, that couldn't be helped. No pain, no gain.
>> On the next "One Life to Live" --
John: You're kind of sexy when you're throwing punches.
Evangeline: You want to make something out of it, fella?
Viki: Jessica, look at me. What happened to your face?
Kelly: Did Todd tell you what happened with Margaret Cochran?
Bo: What are you not saying about Margaret? Is there something you haven't told me?
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