One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 3/31/05
Proofread by Brandi
Viki: Kelly, good morning.
Kelly: Lois said you were down here.
Viki: Well, I'm glad to see you. Listen, is there anything I can do to help with Nora's brunch?
Kelly: No, no, Renee has it all under control.
Viki: Oh? What about the "surprise"?
Kelly: All set up.
Viki: Good. I tell you, Nora is going to be so thrilled.
Kelly: I hope so. I'm picking her up soon.
Viki: Good, good.
Natalie: Hi, Kelly.
Kelly: Hey. Are you coming to the brunch?
Natalie: Yeah, I thought it was time to feel a little good.
Viki: [British accent] well, I think that's a splendid idea.
Kelly and Natalie: Hey.
Viki: Jessie, darling, why aren't you dressed? We have to leave soon.
Jessica: Sorry, Mom. I'm not going to be coming.
Viki: You're -- you're not going to make it? Darling, this is a very special day for Nora. What could possibly keep you from being there?
Daniel: Oh, hey.
Nora: Oh! What are you doing here? I thought you were at the office.
Daniel: Yeah, early morning meeting got canceled.
Nora: Ok, ok, well, you got to find someplace else to be.
Nora: Because you're not supposed to see me until I walk down those stairs!
Daniel: Ah, come on, come on.
Nora: No, no, no, no!
Daniel: I got my eyes closed.
Nora: That's -- technically, that's still a violation. You know what? You're putting a curse on our future wedded bliss. Do you know what?
Daniel: Oh, no, I didn't.
Nora: And you know you're doing that.
Nora: Uh-oh. Kelly. That's Kelly. Ok, that's Kelly. You can't see me.
Daniel: Ok, ok, ok.
Nora: All right, now, you got to go.
Daniel: Ok, I'll let you go for now. I'll take a shower.
Nora: Ok, go, go, go, go!
Daniel: All right, all right, all right.
Nora: Hey, Riley. Come on in.
Nora: Everything all right? What's going on?
Riley: Jen walked out. It's all over.
Jen: I just had the most terrible dream.
Rex: Well, you're safe now, Jen. Just sleep.
Antonio: Hey. Thanks for coming.
Evangeline: Oh, no problem. I can't stay long. I have this wedding brunch I'm giving for Nora this morning.
Antonio: Well, then, I'll be quick. R.J.'S stepped over the line.
Evangeline: What did he do this time?
Antonio: There's 10 grand missing from my bank account.
Evangeline: And you think R.J. had something to do with it?
Antonio: He worked with Manuel Santi. He probably thought he was entitled to a cut. His screwing me over was a bonus. Anyway, that's why I want you here when R.J. shows up. I might be needing my lawyer.
R.J.: You don't plan to attend this evening nuptials, I trust?
Lindsay: No. I don't really have any interest in seeing Nora take another hostage -- not that Daniel doesn't deserve it. Why? Are you going?
R.J.: Well, I've got no reason not to. Nora and I do go back.
Antonio: Where the hell is my money, R.J.?
Nora: So Jen stayed out all night. I mean, what's the big deal there? She just maybe needed some time alone.
Riley: She's not coming back this time.
Nora: What happened?
Riley: We had a fight. It got out of control. Next thing I knew, she was packing a bag, out the door.
Nora: Does this have anything to do with those deposit slips that you found? Come on, Riley, it's ok. You know how much I love Jen.
Riley: Even if you have to prosecute her?
Nora: Nobody's prosecuting anybody.
Riley: Not yet, but you will. You know, Nora, I -- I have to start facing the facts that maybe Jen is the one who killed Paul Cramer.
Jen: What the hell are you doing?
Rex: You kissed me, I was kissing back.
Jen: Did I fall asleep in your bed?
Rex: Yes, but don't freak. I slept on the sofa.
Jen: I thought I was home with Riley. I forgot that I even left last night.
Rex: Well, you did what you had to do.
Jen: He doesn't trust me anymore.
Rex: You made the right decision, Jen, and I'm not just saying that because, you know, it happens to be a good thing for me. I mean it. You deserve to be with somebody who believes in you completely, 1,000%.
Jen: What am I going to do? I need to find a place to stay. Oh, great -- Nora's wedding. I can't go there now. What's this? You going someplace?
Rex: Not me. Us.
Antonio: The money, R.J., the $10,000. Where is it?
R.J.: You know, I don't usually carry that kind of cash around.
Antonio: I'm only going to ask you once.
Evangeline: Antonio, let this go.
R.J.: I don't have your money, Vega.
Antonio: You're a liar.
Evangeline: Antonio --
R.J.: What did I do? I picked up my dry cleaning, and then I stopped by and held up your bank?
Antonio: You're lying about this the same way you lied about Jessica.
Lindsay: He's not lying. I was with him. I saw Jessica in the club that night.
Antonio: You stay out of it.
Lindsay: I have no reason to lie to you.
Evangeline: Antonio, let's get out of here.
R.J.: Yeah, please.
Please listen to your attorney. You see, I didn't intend to have any dealings with the L.P.D. today. But, if you need to spend some quality time down at the station --
Antonio: This isn't over.
R.J.: Vega, I don't want your money. 10 g? Well, that's a fool's game. Now, whoever really took your cash is having a big old laugh. On you.
Evangeline: Come on, Antonio. That's enough.
Evangeline: Confronting R.J. like that, that's --
Antonio: Yeah, yeah, I know, I know.
Evangeline: I have my own history with him, and in my opinion, ripping you off for $10,000 -- it's not his style.
Antonio: Then if he didn't steal my money, who did?
Evangeline: I don't know. Look, I don't want to be late for this brunch, so I'm going to get out of here. Will I see you at the wedding tonight?
Antonio: I'll be there.
Evangeline: Ok. Don't give him any more ammunition. He's only going to use it to take Jamie away.
Antonio: I'll see you later.
Evangeline: Ok. Take care.
Kelly: Well -- I should check with Renee before I pick Nora up. I hope you make it.
Viki: Honey, what's wrong?
Jessica: Mom, I'm going to make it to Nora's wedding. I just have something to do today, so I can't make it to the brunch.
Viki: Is it something serious?
Jessica: No. I just don't want to get into it right now.
Viki: Ok. Ok, tell me when you're ready.
Jessica: Ok. Well, I'll see you tonight, ok? I promise.
Viki: Ok. I'll see you there.
Natalie: I'll be in. In just a minute.
Natalie: So you know you can't get rid of me that easily. What's going on?
Jessica: Natalie, I don't want to talk about it.
Natalie: Well, Mom already told me about the sleepwalking, if that's what this is about. Don't be mad, ok? She's worried about you. So am I.
Jessica: Well, it's ok. Everything will be ok. If there's something wrong, I'm going to find out about it today.
Kelly: Oh. Sorry. Am I interrupting something?
Natalie: No. Is it time to go?
Kelly: Yeah, your mom is almost ready.
Natalie: Ok. All right, good luck, ok?
Jessica: Thank you.
Natalie: I will see you later.
Natalie: Excuse me.
Kelly: Sure. A piece of your mail got delivered down at the carriage house.
Jessica: Huh. Thanks. I'm sorry I can't make it to the brunch.
Kelly: We'll miss you.
Jessica: Thanks. I'll see you at the ceremony.
Jessica: Ok. "Australia"? Hmm.
Jessica: Oh, my God.
R.J.: Well, I must say it was nice to see a little of the old Lindsay running interference with Vega. That's entertainment.
Lindsay: Well, don't miss her too much. The old Lindsay has a lot of issues.
R.J.: Well, I liked a lot about her. She never shied away from a fight.
Lindsay: But I did see Jessica at Xanadu. So, whatever story she handed him he obviously bought and the thing about the money -- what's up with that?
R.J.: Vega sometimes -- what's bad for him is good for me.
Lindsay: You know, I'm beginning to think that you're right to go after custody of Jamie. You know, I'd like to stay and talk, but I've got to go because I got to get to the palace for a meeting with an artist.
R.J.: Well, will I see you later, then?
Lindsay: Much later if you're going to that wedding. Have fun.
R.J.: Uh --
Lindsay: Don't kiss the bride for me.
R.J.: On second thought, maybe I'll just skip the wedding.
Lindsay: You don't have to do that.
R.J.: No, I want to. Nora won't miss me, and I have a feeling Colson won't either.
Lindsay: Hmm. This day may turn out not to be so bad after all.
Jen: Ok, where is it that we're going?
Rex: Wherever. Just -- just point, we'll go wherever you land.
Jen: This is stupid, Rex. It's really incredibly stupid.
[Knock on door]
Rex: Be right back.
Man: It's all there.
Man: So did you get anything on that Ted guy?
Rex: I don't want anybody but you, me, and the commissioner to know the killer's real name.
Man: You got it. See you, dude.
Jen: What was that all about?
Jen: Fake I.D.s? "Steve Rogers"?
Rex: Yeah, they're for us.
Jen: No, they're not.
Rex: I'm not kidding, Jen. We need to get out of town today, and we can't ever look back.
Nora: There is a lot of evidence against Jen.
Riley: Yeah, but she still keeps saying someone's trying to frame her.
Nora: Well, maybe there is. I mean, I just don't buy her as Paul Cramer's murderer.
Riley: My dad does.
Nora: Your father is just after the truth.
Riley: He wants to convict, Nora. It's in his blood.
Nora: Well, not somebody that you love. Look, he's been able to hold off arresting Jen so far.
Riley: Yeah, but for how long, really? You know, Jen was the one person I thought I could I count on. But, there have been so many lies, and I -- I don't know.
Nora: Excuse me. Hey, Kelly.
Nora: Come on in.
Kelly: You look beautiful.
Nora: Thank you. So do you. This is Riley. You remember him.
Kelly: Yeah. How are you?
Riley: Hey, Kelly, how are you?
Nora: Listen, Kelly's here to take me to a brunch -- my wedding brunch -- with a bunch of my friends. You going to be ok?
Riley: Yeah. Bye. Go. Have fun.
Nora: You sure? If you want to wait here, you can. You know, your father -- I think he's in making a snack or something, or having breakfast. He'll be down in a second.
Riley: All right, go. Thank you.
Nora: I worry about you. Ok.
Nora: Yeah, let's go.
Kelly: It's good to see you.
Riley: You, too.
Nora: All right.
Daniel: Hey, hey, Riley, I was just going to take a shower. What's the best man doing here so early, huh?
Daniel: What is it, son?
Riley: It's bad, real bad and I'm sorry to do this to you on your wedding day.
Daniel: Hey, hey, hey. It's all right.
Renee: Yes, well, the guests should be here momentarily.
Waiter: Listen, I'll make sure the rest of the staff is ready for you, all right?
Riley: Oh, thank you, Carl.
Evangeline: Hello, Renee. Am I first one?
Renee: Well, yes, as a matter of fact, you are. Nora and Kelly should be along soon.
Evangeline: What about our surprise?
Renee: Waiting in the kitchen.
Evangeline: Oh, perfect, perfect. You know, I just want to say thank you so much for doing this. I know this is a really hard time for your family.
Renee: Oh, you're here.
Viki: Hi, sweetheart.
Viki: Evangeline, it's so nice to see you again.
Evangeline: Oh, Viki, it's so good to see you, too.
Renee: Viki, you're here.
Viki: Oh, ok.
Renee: And -- oh, Natalie, you're here with Evangeline. We can always tear up the place cards and, well, sit wherever you want.
Evangeline: No, no, it's no problem. Right?
Natalie: No, no. No problem. Excuse me.
Jen: Rex, seriously, you're losing your mind. I mean, if I just skip town, it's like asking to be arrested.
Rex: Yeah, but they won't arrest you today. The D.A.'s office is busy with a wedding. If we split town now, we can be hundreds of miles away before anybody realizes we're even gone. We can start a new life, forget about Paul Cramer and everybody else in Llanview.
Jen: What about my mom? What about your mom?
Rex: In a year or two, we can write.
Jen: A year or two?
Rex: Maybe by then the commissioner will have found out who really killed Cramer.
Jen: Yeah, maybe.
Rex: Look, he believes you're innocent. He wants to help.
Jen: Then maybe that's why I should stay.
Rex: Except for the fact that Colson's ready to lock you up for the rest of your life.
Jen: There has to be a trial, right?
Rex: What makes you so sure you'll win? Because you believe in the system? Yeah, right, the system always works. You really want to take that kind of gamble with your life?
Jen: Last names are the same. You made us husband and wife again.
Rex: We can be brother and sister if you want. I don't care. I'm not doing this to get back with you, ok? I'm doing this because I would rather give up the rest of my life than to see you spend yours counting down the days till your next parole hearing. Just say yes, and we're out of here.
Viki: Hey. Kevin told me about Asa. How are you?
Renee: Oh, Viki. It's Nora's wedding day and I refuse to be anything but happy. So, I have to talk to the headwaiter. Thanks.
Evangeline: So, how's the new job going?
Natalie: Fine, thanks. I mean, I know -- I know a lot of the guys there because of Bo-- uncle Bo, and it's good.
Evangeline: Well, I'm glad you're happy there.
Evangeline: So the wedding's tonight. Who you going with?
Natalie: You mean as a date?
Evangeline: No. Actually, I just was --
Natalie: You know what? Forget it. I really -- I can't deal with this small-talk thing right now.
Nora: Oh, hi! Oh, hi.
Renee: The blushing bride!
Nora: It's just gorgeous. Thank you so much. Oh, I like this so much better than having some sort of tacky, you know, crazy bachelorette party and I know it's too early in the morning for you to be calling a stripper.
Kelly: Oh, we thought about it, but we didn't think it'd be appropriate for the A.D.A. to be on the front page of "The Banner" waving 20s at some half-naked guy.
Nora: Thank you, thank you.
Renee: We do have one little surprise for you, though.
Nora: You do? Oh, how exciting. Oh!
Rachel: Congratulations, Mom!
Nora: Oh! Oh! Oh, my beautiful baby!
Renee: Darling, where's Jessica?
Rachel: Oh, I could not miss your non-shower.
Viki: She said she had something to take care of.
[Answering machine beeps]
Man's voice: Mr. Vega, this is Charles Wentworth with the Llanview savings and loan regarding the $10,000 discrepancy in your account. We reviewed your records, and it appears to have been a legitimate withdrawal. I'm sorry, but there's nothing more we can do.
[Answering machine beeps]
Jessica: Hey, Antonio, what's wrong?
Antonio: R.J. He managed to somehow withdraw $10,000 from my account.
Jessica: Oh, I don't understand why he would do that.
Antonio: To make me look unstable.
Jessica: Well, he's never going to get away with that.
Antonio: No? What if the judge buys his act? You know what he's capable of. What if I lose custody of my daughter?
Evangeline: You know what? Let's have a toast, shall we, ladies? Raise your glasses. Ok, to the bride and her groom.
Evangeline: May the love you share today continue to grow for the rest of your lives together. My friend Nora Hanen Gannon Buchanan soon-to-be-Colson, we all love you dearly. Thank you for giving us an occasion to celebrate you, and thank you for marrying a man whose last name doesn't rhyme with yours.
Nora: It's a toss up with the plumber, Mr. Mc Shannon.
Lindsay: Hey, Jen, it's Mom. I just had a morning meeting that was canceled, and I was hoping we could have breakfast together, but maybe next time. I love you. Bye. Oh, no way.
Nora: Ok, and now I would like to make a toast --
Nora: To all of you. Thank you. Thank you for all of this, Renee, everyone. It just -- it's -- thank you for your friendship, and thank you for reminding me that I no longer have to listen to any of your stupid jokes about my last name. Thank you.
Rachel: Hear, hear!
Lindsay: Yes, that's true, because once you've married the poor sap, you'll have his last name forever, even after you sign the inevitable divorce papers.
Riley: And the next thing I know, she's packing her bag.
Daniel: I'm sorry, Riley. I know what it's like falling for someone when you know you shouldn't, that it's wrong and a mistake, but you can't help yourself.
Riley: Are you talking about Lindsay? Yeah, well, Jen's more like her than I thought. But, without her, I don't --
Daniel: Hey, it's -- you're going to be ok. It's going to take a little time, that's all.
Riley: Dad, before Jen came along, it was just -- I was in such a bad place. Mom moved away, flash had just dumped me, and then -- and then Jen comes into my life. You know, she's the best thing that came in, and what do I do? I accuse her of being a murderer.
Daniel: Son, you can't ignore the facts.
Riley: Yeah, but, Dad, if I lose her, I lose everything.
Daniel: Riley, I think there's something you should know about Paul Cramer's murder.
Jen: I can't believe I'm actually considering this.
Rex: Don't consider it, just do it.
Jen: Stop looking at me like that.
Rex: Didn't know I still got to you.
Jen: You don't, ok? You just -- you're an expert at knowing what to say and how to say it.
Rex: I'm just giving it to you straight.
Jen: You're trying to make me forget that a life on the run is a life running scared, always looking over your shoulder.
Rex: You won't have to. I'll be looking over your shoulders.
Jen: Well, you can't do that all the time.
Rex: Watch me. I'll protect you, Jen. I promise you that.
Jen: And you won't be expecting anything in return, right?
Rex: Well, maybe one thing.
Jen: I knew it.
Rex: I'd like to see you live your life free. I'd like to see you smile and be happy and have everything you want, even if that doesn't turn out to be me. So, what's it going to be? We wait until tomorrow, you might be looking at an arrest warrant. It's now or never.
Jen: Then I say now.
Riley: What about Paul's murder? Do you know something that could clear Jen?
Daniel: No, Riley. I wish I did. But, the point is I can't stand to watch you beat yourself up for not trusting her. If she did murder Paul, she probably did it to protect you.
Riley: From what?
Daniel: From whatever Paul had on her. Riley, she was probably -- she was probably tortured by it, desperate, looking for a way out to protect the people she cared about, and when she couldn't find that way out, she struck back.
Riley: Dad, why are you saying this?
Daniel: Because I don't want you to take this on yourself, Riley. You are not responsible.
Riley: No, I -- what are you so worried about?
Daniel: I just want you to know that Jen did what she did to protect the people she loved.
Riley: No, I hear you, but I don't get it. All right, all Paul had on her was a tape of rex and her mom. You think that's enough for her to kill him?
Daniel: Paul probably had something more on Jen, something worse than on that tape, and she was willing to kill to make sure no one found out about it.
Jessica: $10,000? God, that's a lot of money. How did R.J. get access to your account?
Antonio: Good question. You know, R.J.'s willing to do anything and everything he can to get to me before the custody hearing.
Jessica: Yeah, but a lot of people would testify to the fact that you're a wonderful father, ok, including me and that's what this whole case is about, right? What's best for Jamie?
Antonio: Well, it should be. It is for me.
Jessica: Listen, no judge is going to award R.J. custody of Jamie, ok? But, you can't let your anger get the better of you, ok? That's exactly what R.J. wants.
Antonio: Yeah, I know.
Jessica: We're going to fight R.J. in that courtroom and we're going to win.
Antonio: How do you do that?
Antonio: Always say the right thing?
Jessica: Oh, I'm not just saying the right thing. It's the truth. Anyways, I forgot why I came by -- to show you something.
Antonio: "I give up."
Jessica: Yeah, and look at where it's postmarked from.
Antonio: "Sydney, Australia."
Jessica: Yeah, so it looks like my stalker gave up and left the country.
Antonio: No, stalkers -- stalkers usually don't do that.
Jessica: Well, this one did, so it's over.
Antonio: Well, I hope you're right.
Jessica: But you don't think I am?
Renee: Lindsay, this is a private celebration. I will call security.
Viki: Well, Renee, that might not be necessary. Lindsay, come on, we're all adults. Let's not have a scene, ok?
Lindsay: You know, I'm sorry, Viki. I'm not really intending to cause a scene. It's just that I saw Nora sitting over here and I wanted to come over and congratulate her. So, congratulations, Nora, on yet another catch. Daniel deserves every agonizing minute he's going to have to spend with you.
Evangeline: Lindsay, please.
Lindsay: Say, aren't you my daughter's lawyer? Why, yes, you are. Enjoy your party, everyone. Please don't give any thought to the fact that Nora's trying to ruin my daughter's life. Sam can't be resting in peace today.
Nora: Sam shouldn't be resting in peace at all.
Lindsay: You make me sick, sitting here sipping your mimosa and toasting your happiness while my daughter is off somewhere fighting for her freedom.
Nora: I am sorry, truly sorry, about Jen and Riley. It hurts me. But, as much as it hurts me, I am not going to let anything ruin one of the happiest days of my life. So, please, go and crawl back under whatever rock it was that you came out of. I'm in the middle of my wedding shower.
Lindsay: You are not turning your -- oh! Ugh. Are you hungry?
Nora: What is it about you and me and food?
Lindsay: You go ahead and have your laugh. I'm going to have mine when your sham of a marriage falls apart.
Nora: Oh, Lindsay you're all over the place. You come in here playing mother lion, and now you're ranting on and on about my relationship.
Lindsay: I'm not playing anything. You and your fiancÚ are so desperate to win your case that you're willing to ship my daughter out on the first bus to Statesville for something she didn't do.
Nora: If you care so much about Jen, then why are you here? Huh? She just broke up with her boyfriend. Why aren't you with her?
Lindsay: Jen and Riley broke up?
Nora: Oh, of course you wouldn't have heard that. She doesn't go to you for advice or comfort either.
Lindsay: Go to hell.
Nora: Meet you there.
Renee: Oh, Nora, I am so sorry.
Nora: No, I'm sorry.
Rachel: Why don't we just get you cleaned up, huh?
Renee: I apologize.
Rachel: No, come on. We'll be right back.
Viki: I'm going to give Renee a hand.
Kelly: Yeah, I'll help, too.
Natalie: That was -- uh -- special.
Evangeline: You know, I think it's the maid of honor's responsibility to keep the bride out of food fights.
Natalie: Well, you know, from what I know of those two's history, that was pretty tame. As long as we're here, I need to -- I need to tell you something.
Evangeline: What's that?
Natalie: It's about John. Look, I'm always going to care about him. Ok, I can't help that. But, we're friends, that's it. Nothing else. I don't want to end up like -- like that.
Evangeline: It's not my style. You ready for another?
Natalie: Sure. Why not?
Viki: Renee --
Kelly: Oh, Renee, don't do that. Relax, let the staff do that.
Renee: I wanted this to be a perfect day for Nora. Why didn't I tell security to be on the lookout for Lindsay?
Viki: Hey, calm down, ok? I know you're upset, but it's not really about Lindsay and Nora, is it? Darling, what Asa did was terrible. He's walked out on his entire family.
Antonio: Look, just because he sent you this note, you can't assume that he's gone.
Jessica: Yes, I can, and that is exactly what I'm going to do.
Antonio: Jess, you could still be in danger.
Jessica: I am so tired of being afraid. I mean, I just want my life back. Don't you?
Antonio: More than anything.
Jessica: Then help me. Listen, I have something for Jamie out in the hall.
Antonio: What is it?
Jessica: You'll see. Help me bring it in. Come on.
Antonio: Oh, all right. It's heavy.
Antonio: It's a rocking horse.
Jessica: My mom helped me pick it out.
Antonio: Oh, my God, she's going to love it.
Jessica: Good and when she's home she'll be able to ride it every day.
Antonio: Thanks for having faith in me. I'm going to -- I'm going to go put this up in her room, ok?
Antonio: So I can surprise her.
Rex: Yeah, the next flight out of Llanview. An hour? Great.
[Knock on door]
Lindsay: Rex, open the door!
Rex: Hold on a sec. What do you want?
Lindsay: Open the door. I know that Jen's in there.
Rex: Call you back in a second.
Lindsay: Where is she?
Rex: What happened to you?
Lindsay: That's not important.
Rex: You smell like orange juice and champagne.
Lindsay: I need to see Jen. I just found out what happened with Riley.
Rex: Oh, yeah? What's that?
Lindsay: I called Marcie, I called Michael. Neither one of them have seen her. This is the only other place she'd be.
Jen: Ok, I'm ready to hit the road.
Lindsay: "Hit the road"?
Jen: Uh, it's not what you think.
Lindsay: Then why are your suitcases parked by the door? You're leaving town, aren't you?
Antonio: Hey, what's wrong?
Jessica: It's the appointment with Dr. Miller. I guess I must be a little nervous.
Antonio: Yeah, well, I'm glad you're going.
Jessica: So am I. I have to find out why I'm sleepwalking again after all this time.
Antonio: I'd like to go with you, if it's all right.
Jessica: I'd appreciate that.
Antonio: And, you know, I was thinking -- no pressure -- I was thinking maybe that I could take you to Nora's wedding.
Jessica: I'd like that even more.
Antonio: Let me -- let me get rid of this box, and then I'll change quickly and we'll go.
Lindsay: I can't believe you thought this was a good idea.
Rex: It wasn't hers. It was mine.
Lindsay: Oh, now, there's a surprise.
Jen: Mom, I'm sorry, but I can't go to prison.
Lindsay: You haven't even been charged yet.
Jen: But I will be. Innocent people get convicted all the time.
Rex: She's right.
Lindsay: Do you remember what it was like when I was on the run? This is only going to make you look more guilty.
Jen: I know, I know, and I thought about that, but this is the only way.
Lindsay: No, it's not the only way. Evangeline Williamson may be a friend of Nora's, but she's a very good defense attorney.
Jen: I can't take the chance.
Lindsay: Ok, look, I know you're here because of what happened with Riley and I know that you're scared. I understand that. But, leaving is not the answer.
Jen: That's my phone.
Lindsay: What were you thinking?
Rex: Look, I'm trying to keep her out of prison, ok? I gave Bo a lead on Paul's killer, but Colson might not give him enough time to follow up on it.
Lindsay: I know you care about her, but your love is going to land her in a prison cell!
Jen: That was Matthew, begging me to go to the wedding.
Lindsay: Poor kid -- having Nora as a mother and about to get an evil stepfather.
Jen: Mom. Ok, I have to go to the wedding and I have to face these charges, too.
Rex: Bad idea!
Jen: I know you think that it is, but my mom's right. If I leave, that's as good as a confession.
Rex: And if you stay, they'll let you out of prison just in time to collect social security, if there is any by then.
Lindsay: Will you shut up?
Jen: I have to do it my way. I'm sorry.
Lindsay: Thank God.
Rex: Ok, fine! Whatever. I'll go to the wedding with you.
Jen: No. This is going to be awkward as it is. I think I need to do this by myself.
Lindsay: Wait, I'm going to come with you. I have a few more things I'd like to say.
Rex: You might be going by yourself, but you're not leaving that way.
Renee: He didn't even leave a note.
Viki: Oh, I'm so sorry.
Renee: He's pushed me away before. But, to take off without a word?
Kelly: Asa loves you. You'll hear from him soon.
Viki: Honey, you know what he's done. I mean, he's in big trouble and he knows it because of what he did to Blair. He's gone somewhere to try to figure out how to get out of it, you know?
Renee: Thank you, Viki. Thank you, both of you.
Kelly: Well, I guess we all know a little something about Buchanan men.
Viki: It's amazing, you know? The three of us married three generations of them.
Renee: Oh, God help us.
Kelly: Oh, I don't know. They're stubborn and they have Texas-sized egos, but they tend to come back to the women they love.
Renee: Oh, thank you.
Kelly: Sit down.
Rachel: You sure Lindsay didn't get to you?
Nora: Oh, please. What's a special occasion without Lindsay interrupting and ruining it?
Rachel: Well, then, what's wrong?
Nora: Nothing. I'm fine.
Rachel: You seem a little far way.
Nora: Oh, I guess I've just got a case of the pre-wedding jitters, that's all.
Rachel: Ok, if you say so.
Nora: Yeah. I'm just happy that you're here. Thank you so much.
Rachel: I love you. I'll be right back, ok? Bye.
Evangeline: Thank you.
Rachel: Can I borrow you?
Evangeline: Oh, definitely. Yeah. Mm-hmm.
Rachel: I think you should have a talk with Mom.
Evangeline: Why? Why? Is something wrong?
Rachel: I don't know. She seems a little more preoccupied than your average bride.
Evangeline: Thanks. Sit here.
Evangeline: How's everything going?
Nora: What, did my daughter send you down to give a pep talk? Did she say I was in need of one?
Evangeline: She knows you better than anybody.
Nora: It's nothing, ok?
Evangeline: Let me be the judge of that.
Nora: I guess it just hit me that I'm actually going to marry Daniel Colson tonight.
Evangeline: Another case of cold feet?
Nora: No, really, I love him. I can't wait to be his wife.
Evangeline: Daniel seems to be crazy about you.
Evangeline: And no one will make him as happy as you will.
Nora: Of course not.
Riley: So, what, you want to head back to the ranch, suit up?
Daniel: Excuse me for a second. Hello? Colson. Yeah, yeah. Hold on for a second, ok? Riley, I got to take this. I might have to go to work for an hour or so. I'll meet you back there?
Riley: Yeah, ok. Just don't leave Nora standing in front of the judge.
Daniel: Yeah, I'll be on time.
Riley: All right. I'll see you.
Daniel: All right, son.
Daniel: Hi. No, I'm glad you called. No, Nora's not here. I have a little bit of time. No, I can talk now, but I won't able to talk to you until after the honeymoon. Yeah. Yeah, I miss you, too, baby.
>> On the next "One Life to Live" --
Antonio: I'll see you soon.
Tess: Not if I can help it.
Natalie: Think they'd miss us if we skipped the wedding and just stayed out here all night?
Daniel: You can't keep calling me here.
Riley: Is that the bride-to-be? Let me have a talk with her.
Nora: I just keep getting this feeling I'm making this terrible mistake.
Matthew: I don't want Mom to marry Daniel.
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