One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 4/7/05
Proofread by Brandi
[Knock on door]
Paige: Come in.
Bo: Hi. This a bad time?
Paige: For you? No, never.
Bo: I've got a little bit of a situation on my hands.
Paige: Is it serious?
Bo: Well, it's something that we talked about before, and I was hoping you could help me out.
Paige: Well, you know I'm going to do whatever I can. I mean, how serious is the problem?
Lindsay: So how was Nora and Danny boy's wedding?
Jen: Oh, it was the social event of the year.
Jen: Mom, it was at her house, just a few people.
Lindsay: Please tell me she didn't wear white. What?
Jen: Look, I like Nora, you don't. Let's just leave it at that.
Lindsay: Ok. So I take it you had a good time?
Jen: Rex crashed the wedding as a waiter.
Lindsay: He did that to be near you.
Jen: And to make sure riley and I didn't get back together.
Lindsay: Well, for once, I happen to agree with Rex. I didn't like the way riley treated you. As a matter of fact, why don't we go over to the apartment, pick up the rest of your things, and bring them back here?
Jen: Don't pressure me.
Lindsay: I'm not pressuring you.
Jen: What are you doing here?
Riley: I was hoping we could talk.
Lindsay: I could ask him to leave if you want me to.
Jen: It's ok.
Jen: I can handle this. Please?
Lindsay: Ok. I'll be in the next room if you need me.
Jen: What could we possibly have to talk about?
Riley: I miss you.
Jen: I need to be here with my mom right now.
Riley: I woke up this morning and the apartment was empty, and so was I.
Jen: Look, I can't be with you if you don't believe in me.
Riley: I'm trying to. I am.
Jen: I don't want you to try to. I want you to know that I didn't do anything. I want you to -- to know that I couldn't possibly kill Paul.
Riley: Jen, I could tell you what you want to hear, but you wouldn't believe me anyway. You'd think I was lying.
Jen: What do you want from me? Why are you even here?
Rex: Excellent question.
John: Good morning.
Evangeline: Hey. You're up early.
John: I couldn't sleep.
Evangeline: You thinking about the case? Those kids, Hudson and Julie?
John: Whoever killed them, they're out there right now targeting someone else. But I don't know who.
Marcie's voice: I've always loved mystery novels.
Marcie's voice: Ever since I was a little girl, I wanted to write a murder mystery of my own. And now, to actually see "The Killing Club" in print with my name on the cover, it's like a dream come true.
Michael: Who is this? Who is this? Answer me, damn it!
[Phone hangs up]
Paige: Hi, Matthew.
Paige: So, what seems to be the problem?
Bo: Well, Matthew here has a stomachache and he doesn't think he can go to school.
Paige: Oh. I see.
Bo: And I thought that you could help.
Paige: Well, you know, they don't call me a stomach specialist for nothing, huh? How about I give you an exam?
Matthew: I just want to go home and get some sleep. I'll feel better by tomorrow.
Paige: Hmm. What, you think it's one of those 24-hour things? Well, there is a lot of that going around right now.
Matthew: Can we please just go?
Paige: No fever. Nope. Hmm. Glands don't seem to be swollen either. Yeah, you know what? I think you're going to live. Ok if I talk to your dad alone for a minute?
Paige: Ok. You can wait just right outside right there, ok?
Paige: So what's the real problem? Missing mom?
Bo: That would be my diagnosis. You know, he was fine at the wedding, but then after that --
Paige: It's all starting to sink in.
Bo: Yeah. Yeah, you know, I'm sort of at a loss here, and I know you said you were really good with kids and that maybe you could help me, so -- help!
Riley: Why is he here?
Rex: Oh, Jen didn't tell you? We eloped last night, a little chapel in Vegas. Wayne Newton was our witness, and, no -- I know what you're thinking -- he does not dye his hair.
Riley: That's funny.
Rex: Talk about not funny -- the only reason you came over here was to remind Jen again you think she's a lying killer.
Riley: Shut the hell up.
Rex: Ooh, great retort, rock star.
Riley: You know, what is it with you, Rex? How much more pain do you want to cause her? First, you sleep with her mom --
Jen: Please stop it!
Riley: Then you try to --
Rex: I just came by to make sure that you were ok and to see if you wanted to grab some breakfast. But, Riley, on the other hand, came by to remind you that, you know, he thinks you're a psycho killer but he still wants you to be his girlfriend. Am I close?
Riley: Close? When have you ever been right about anything? We love each other, so why don't you get your ass out of here before --
Rex: Before you, what, cry? Call your daddy?
Rex: You're nothing but a whining loser, a wannabe rock star that's never going to be.
Jen: Ok --
Riley: That's it, you son of a bitch.
Jen: Stop it!
Rex: Oh, you're a coward. You want to get on the line for the girl you say you love --
Jen: Stop it!
Riley: Come on!
Rex: Please hit me. Hit me!
Rex: Please! Hit it!
Lindsay: Break it up right now or I am calling the police and having you both arrested.
Evangeline: Well, from what little I know about serial killers, they follow some sort of pattern, so Marcie's book should give you a head start. Right?
John: I finished it last night. I'm trying to see what this guy sees when -- why he's copying the murders.
John: That's the thing. It's -- it's more like a homage. You know, and I keep trying to -- trying to get inside his head, but I can't.
Evangeline: Well, Hudson and Julie -- they were both L.U. grads, they both were a part of that love crew thing. I'm -- I don't know. Have you come up with some other connections between the two of them?
John: Well, they both knew the author, right? And she just happens to have about, oh, 300 friends.
Evangeline: Yeah, Marcie Walsh is friends with the world. Have you talked to Bo?
John: Yeah. He's trying to petition the city for more funds so he can set up a task force, but they're not going to give us that based on our theories about some book.
Evangeline: I wish there was something I could do. Anything I could do to help?
John: There's nothing, not unless you know who's next.
Michael: Marcie! Marcie!
Marcie, are you in there?
Michael: Oh. Marcie, honey, where are you? Marcie! Come on, come on, come on. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Marcie! Marcie. Marcie, honey. Marcie, honey. Are you ok? Marcie? Marcie, sweetie? Ok, ok, you're alive. You're alive. Marcie, sweetie, you got to wake up. You got to wake up. Please, please, please wake up! My life goes a million miles a minute.
Lindsay: Ok. You two want to knock yourselves out? You be my guest. I'll buy the gloves, I'll even rent the gym. But, this is not happening in my place. Do you understand? Now, is someone going to explain to me what's going on?
Jen: I don't know. I don't know. You tell me that you can't believe that I didn't kill Paul, but then you come here saying that you miss me? And then you -- you want me to run away with you because you do believe me and think that I'm being framed.
Riley: You wanted her to run away?
Rex: I want her to avoid going to prison for something she didn't do.
Lindsay: Ok, you both sound like idiots.
Jen: And then you think that I should stay here and fight this no matter what, and no one is giving me any room to think!
Lindsay: Well, I thought we were doing really well until these two showed up.
Rex: I just want what's best for you, Jen.
Riley: Oh, give me a break. You only care about yourself. You know I love you.
Rex: Oh, blah, blah, blah.
Lindsay: You're not helping the situation.
Jen: Shut up, all of you! Just shut up.
Bo: I know bringing your son to see your girlfriend when he misses his mom probably isn't the number one lesson in the parenting handbook.
Paige: Oh, is that -- is that what I am? I'm your girlfriend? I mean, I haven't been anyone's girlfriend in a long while. I think I kind of like that.
Paige: Yeah, I'll -- I'll do whatever I can. You know that. I just -- I think Matthew's missing his mom and getting used to a new stepfather, and he's probably pushing you, see how far he can go to get your sympathy.
Bo: Yeah, yeah, I think you're right. But what if he, like, continues this stomachache routine -- like tomorrow, the next day? You know, I can't let him just skip school until Nora gets back from her honeymoon.
Paige: Well, that's why you should call her.
John: I flagged all the murders in here. There's no guarantee he's going to stick to any of it. Here's a copy of all the bookstores in the area, and see if you can run up any credit card receipts for any copies of the copies of "The Killing Club" sold.
Man: You got it, lieutenant.
John: Ok. Hey, Clark, anybody not working another case, I want them on this one.
Det. Clark: I'll supervise it myself.
John: Ok. See you at the station later.
Det. Clark: Mm-hmm.
Evangeline: All right. I'm going to take a shower and then head on into the office. You going down to the station?
John: Uh -- yeah.
Evangeline: We could ride in together.
Evangeline: You're on to something, aren't you?
John: I've been thinking. This guy -- he creates a situation or he manipulates one to fit one of the murders in the book. The question is, where and when is he going to strike next?
Michael: Come on, come on. We got to get you up.
Marcie: Michael, I don't feel good.
Michael: I know, we got to get you out of here! The house is full of gas. There's a gas leak someplace. This house is full of it. Come on.
Marcie: My -- my dad and Ron are inside.
Michael: I know, I know. We got to get you outside. Who's inside? Ron and your dad?
Marcie: Ron and my dad.
Michael: Inside? Ok, listen, I am going to go inside and get them. My phone is in the pocket. Call 911 right now!
Marcie: Michael, be careful. Daddy, come on, get out. You ok? It's ok. Are you all right?
Mr. Walsh: What's happening?
Marcie: I think there was a gas leak or something inside the house.
Mr. Walsh: Where's Ron?
Marcie: He's still inside, but Michael went to get him. You didn't -- you didn't see him?
Mr. Walsh: I wasn't even thinking. I woke up, I could barely breathe. I came down the back stairs. You stay right here.
Marcie: No, no, no, daddy -- daddy, no! Daddy, no, don't put on a light switch or anything, ok? The whole house could blow up!
Marcie: Please hurry up, ok? Michael? Ronnie? Dad? Dad! Dad, you ok? Are you ok? Oh, my God. Ronnie, are you ok?
Michael: Yeah, yeah, he's all right. They're all right.
Marcie: Oh, my God, you saved our lives! If it weren't for you, we'd all be dead! Oh, Michael.
Ron: What the hell happened in there?
Michael: Must have been a gas leak.
Marcie: All we had to do is flip the switch and the whole house would've blown up.
Ron: I got to go and turn it off.
Michael: Yeah, I'm going to go open the ground-floor windows.
Marcie: No, no, no, don't stay too long in there! Dad, are you all right? Is it your heart? Are you ok?
Mr. Walsh: I woke up, I heard -- I heard Michael yelling and the shades were drawn, so the room was dark. I went for the lamp.
Marcie: It's ok.
Mr. Walsh: I went for the lamp and --
Marcie: It's ok.
Mr. Walsh: My head was killing me, and I stumbled --
Marcie: Are you sure?
Mr. Walsh: And I accidentally knocked it off the table.
Marcie: Are you sure you're all right, daddy?
Mr. Walsh: I'm ok, honey.
Mr. Walsh: I'm all right, sweetheart.
Mr. Walsh: What is it, son?
Ron: The gas pipe -- it looks like somebody sawed through it.
Ron: Yeah and the storm door -- the lock has been cut.
Marcie: Are you telling me someone broke into the basement?
Ron: Yes, yeah.
Marcie: No, no. No, no, no, this can't be happening, ok, Ronnie? This can't be happening!
Michael: I got all the windows on the ground floor open. What's going on, sweetie?
Marcie: Someone broke into the basement and they cut the gas pipe.
Michael: Are you serious?
Marcie: My dad, my brother, and me, Michael -- we were in a house full of fumes. They were trying to kill us, just like in the book!
Evangeline: Well, I guess I'll go take a shower.
Evangeline: All by myself.
John: Well, I showered three days ago. I'm fine.
Evangeline: Are you sure about that?
John: I'm very sure.
Evangeline: I'm inviting you.
John: No. You know, all your brains evaporate in the shower.
Evangeline: That must be the problem.
John: There you go.
John: Michael, hey.
Michael: Hey, John, it's me. You got to get down to the cottage right now.
John: What happened?
Michael: It's Marcie. It looks like somebody tried to kill her and her family. Somebody tried to gas them.
John: Ok, listen, Mike, there should be a unit in the area. You find them, all right? You need an ambulance?
Michael: No, don't worry about it. It's already covered.
John: Ok. Hey, Mike?
John: Be careful.
Evangeline: What happened?
John: Remember the warning about the where and the when? Marcie's house. Now.
Evangeline: My God.
Bo: I don't know that my calling Nora would be such a great idea.
Paige: I didn't say for you to call her. Look, Matthew's the one having problems with Nora's marriage. He should be the one to call. I'm sure she's missing him as much as he is her.
Bo: Yeah. Um --
Bo: Hey, bud. You want to come on back in?
Matthew: You're not going to give me one of those things, are you?
Bo: What thing are you talking about?
Matthew: I was reading about it in the hall. I don't think I need that. It sounds really gross.
Paige: Oh, no. No, I think that we can skip the upper G.I., just for today, though. All right? Your dad has a far more simple plan, less invasive.
Bo: Why don't you call your mom?
Paige: Hey, Matt, you know, it's only natural to be worried, ok? I know that when you worry it can bring all kinds of physical problems. I know when I'm worried I get a terrible headache.
Matthew: Yeah, I think I read about that somewhere.
Bo: I think your mom would love to hear from you right now.
Matthew: Think so?
Bo: Yeah. I do.
Matthew: Well, she did give me her phone number in Paris.
Bo: Go for it.
Daniel: Hello? Hello? Who's there? Is that you?
Jen: I am tired of being in the middle of all this. We broke up. I moved out and I didn't run away with you, and right now all I want is 10 minutes of peace and quiet.
Riley: Jen, wait.
Lindsay: Jen, where are you going?
Jen: Anywhere but here.
Lindsay: They can go. You can stay. I can take care of you.
Jen: No, I need to take care of myself. I need to make my own decisions about what I want to do, where I want to live and if any of you even try to follow me, I will be guilty of murder.
Lindsay: I wouldn't if I were you.
Riley: She shouldn't be alone.
Lindsay: Well, she should be doing whatever it is she wants to be doing and wherever she wants to be. And I wouldn't blame her one bit if she doesn't want to be with you right now.
Rex: I couldn't agree more.
Lindsay: And you be quiet!
Rex: What did I do?
Lindsay: You know what? You have never listened to what she wants or needs. Never.
Rex: That hurts, Lindsay.
Riley: I'm out of here.
Lindsay: Whoa, whoa, no, no, not so fast. The three of us are going to sit down and have a nice little chat. Yes, we're going to sit down, we're going to shut up, and listen. Sit down.
Rex: What are we, a couple of dogs? Going to point us to the nearest fire hydrant?
Lindsay: I said sit. Good boys.
Matthew: Hi, Mr. Colson. It's Matthew.
Daniel: Oh, hey, Matthew. I thought you were going to call me Daniel, like we discussed after the wedding.
Matthew: Can I talk to my mom?
Daniel: Well, I'm afraid she's not here. She's at the spa getting a massage. Is everything ok?
Matthew: She's not there.
Bo: Daniel, it's Bo.
Daniel: Bo, I didn't know you were there. I thought Matthew called on his own.
Bo: He did. He needs to speak to Nora.
Daniel: Well, like I told him, Nora's not here right now, but I'll tell her to call Matthew when she gets back.
Bo: Fine. Thank you.
Daniel: Bo, while you're on the phone, is there anything new in the Cramer investigation?
Bo: Are you asking if I arrested Jen Rappaport? Because the answer is no.
Paige: Hey, Matt. Oh -- I'm sorry, I did that in my office, also. I mean Matthew.
Matthew: It's ok. You can call me Matt.
Paige: Ok. Well, I bet you're missing your mom, huh?
Matthew: I guess so.
Paige: Well, I know that if I had a mom like Nora, I -- I sure would be missing her.
Matthew: You don't like your mom?
Paige: No, I do. I do. She was great to me. She did everything she could for me. But, she's not Nora. You know? You're one lucky guy.
Matthew: Yeah, my mom's cool.
Paige: You know, even though she's far, far away right now, I know she's thinking about you. She's missing you because that's what moms do.
Matthew: Do you ever want to be a mom? I think you'd be a pretty good one.
Paige: Well, hey, thank you.
Paige: Thanks a lot.
Lindsay: Now, boys, let me make myself perfectly clear. Though you know me as a very successful career woman, what I really am is a hell of a good mother. So, I'm not about to stand by and watch someone take advantage of Jen when she's vulnerable, or to undermine her confidence and belief in herself.
Lindsay: Yes, Rex?
Rex: With all due respect, I came over to remind Jen that I'm on her side and I always will be.
Riley: Yeah, right.
Rex: Not like this jerk, who came to remind her that he doesn't trust her, forced her to move out of their apartment, and would sell her out in a heartbeat.
Lindsay: Not a word! You know what? As far as I'm concerned, neither one of you deserve her. But, you deserve her the least.
Ron: I just can't believe I didn't wake up.
Marcie: None of us did, Ronnie. The fumes got to us while we were sleeping. That was the point.
Ron: Yeah. Who would want to do that? Who would want to take your book and bring it to life? Why? Why would someone do that?
Marcie: I don't know.
Mr. Walsh: You're coming to Jersey.
Marcie: Dad, I'm not --
Mr. Walsh: Some sicko's after you. Two of your friends are already dead. I want you to come home.
John: Hey. How's everybody doing?
Ron: We're alive.
Marcie: Hey, John.
John: How about you? You ok?
Marcie: I've got a little headache and I'm nauseous, but, you know, the E.M.T. wants us to go to the hospital for some kind of lung scan.
John: Sounds like a good idea.
Marcie: No, it's not. I've spent enough times in hospitals lately, John. Michael saved us. If he hadn't, the whole house probably would have blown up and we probably would have died in our sleep.
Michael: Marcie's brother, Ron -- he said that there were apparently signs of a break-in in the basement and that the gas line looked as if it had been cut.
John: Michael, you ok?
John: You sure?
Michael: I'm fine, man. I'm just glad I got here in time.
Officer: I'm going to go check out the basement.
John: Do that. But, first thing, I want to see the surveillance team. I want to know where the hell they were during all this, all right? Do that first, all right?
Officer: Yes, sir.
Michael: I left her here, John. I left her here all alone. You know, I know that we're not together, but I almost lost her for good this time.
John: Ok. Slow down. This is not your fault, Mike.
Michael: John, I got up this morning, I got ready like any other day, and all the while Marcie's being poisoned. Jeez, you know, if I hadn't gotten that phone call --
John: Wait, wait. What phone call?
Michael: It was weird. It was like Marcie, but it wasn't Marcie. You know, she -- she was talking. It was like a recording of a press conference or a radio address, something like that.
John: All right. Slow down for a second, Mike. Slow down, think about this for a second. Did you hear any other sounds? Did you hear the caller's voice?
Michael: No, no, the recording clicked off, and the line just went dead.
John: Ok. You got this call on your cell phone?
John: You check the caller I.D.?
Michael: Yeah, John, it was blocked. He must have been calling from a pay phone or something. You know, I just ran over here. When I couldn't get Marcie on the phone, I just ran over here and if I hadn't, I swear to you, John, they'd probably be dead.
John: Hey. Hey. You did good, man. You did real good. I'm thinking whoever set this up, they wanted you to get here just in time. You know, it's like the one chapter in the book.
Michael: The "Dino" chapter.
John: Yeah, the "Dino" chapter.
Michael: Yeah. So, this S.O.B. -- He kills Julie and Hudson, and now he's playing a game with Marcie's life? No, John.
John: Ok. Ok. Are you hungry?
John: Ok, I know this is difficult, but try to think back. Did you see anyone around here last night before you went to bed?
John: You get any strange phone calls, hang-ups?
Marcie: No, nothing.
Michael: Nick Messina was here.
Marcie: Michael, please. You still don't think that he had anything to do with this?
Michael: He was here. John put a little heat on him and now this? What the hell am I supposed to think, Marcie?
John: Mike, Mike, I got a couple guys on it, all right? See, if we can go back to last night, find out what happened.
Ron: Oh, me and my father, we decided to stay over last night.
Marcie: So they went up to bed, and then I stayed up reading.
John: All right. Around what time was that?
Marcie: I guess around midnight.
Marcie: I must have fallen asleep because the next thing I remember was Michael coming in, waking me up, and telling me that I had to get outside.
John: Ok. You know, Marcie, I finished reading the book.
Marcie: And then you know about the same thing happened to the main character, Jamie.
Marcie: And her dad and her brother. So, my book almost got us all killed, right?
Michael: Marcie, wait.
Mr. Walsh: You can't let this maniac get away with this.
John: I won't, Mr. Walsh. With this act, the department now classifies this as acts of a serial killer.
Ron: So what are you saying, lieutenant? This is, what, good news?
John: Gets us more funds and manpower, Ron, to catch this guy and we will.
Jen: I saw the ambulance and the cop cars. What happened?
Marcie: Someone tried to kill me last night. My dad and my brother, too.
Jen: Oh, my God. What happened?
Marcie: Somebody broke in and they cut a gas pipe, and there was a leak and the fumes filled the house. We almost died.
Jen: My God. So, the same person?
Marcie: Who killed Julie and Hudson, who's acting out the murders in my book? Yeah.
Jen: Ok, whoever this is, they're going to get caught. You know that, right?
Marcie: I hope so. So, what are you doing here anyway?
Jen: Well, I was going to hit you up for a bedroom in the cottage, but now I don't think that's such a good idea.
Riley: So now I'm the one who doesn't deserve Jen. That's it?
Lindsay: You tell her that you love her, but in the same breath you also call her a liar. When she's finally had enough and she walks out on you, then you tell her you miss her. You're playing with her head. Why? You are constantly questioning her integrity and honor by not standing beside her during that mess with Paul Cramer's murder and what's worse is that you continually throw it in her face, and then you tell her that you love and miss her. Why are you playing with that girl's emotions?
Rex: That's what I'd like to know.
Riley: You know, I'm not going to sit here and have a lecture given to me by, of all people, you.
Lindsay: What's that supposed to mean?
Riley: Oh, come on, this is a joke. You say you're a good mother? Yeah, you're a good mother when it's convenient for you, when it fits into your free time.
Lindsay: Well, isn't that an interesting way to score points with the mother of the girl you claim to love.
Riley: I'm not trying to score points. You know what I think?
Rex: Nobody cares.
Riley: You're trying to make up for a whole lifetime of not being there for Jen.
Riley: You sent her off to a boarding school when she was just a kid.
Lindsay: I did that so that she could get a great education.
Riley: That's not what Jen said. She said it was just because you wanted to save your marriage.
Lindsay: And what's wrong with that?
Riley: You shot and killed her father.
Lindsay: How dare you.
Riley: You know, I'm not going to stand here when no one else would stand beside her, especially when she was dealing with both of you. I'm not going to sit here and defend myself.
Daniel: What are you waiting for, Bo? Jen's our killer.
Bo: I thought you were on your honeymoon.
Daniel: I was, until my wife's ex-husband called. Now that you're on the line, what about Jen?
Bo: You know, Colson, I've told you, but I can tell you again. When I bring you a suspect in the Cramer murder, then it will become the business of the D.A. Until then, why don't you stay out of it, let me do my job.
Daniel: Well, your job is not going too well now, is it? Cramer's been dead for months, and we don't have a suspect to prosecute.
Bo: Well, I'm not going to bring you an innocent person just to make you happy.
Daniel: Bo, look, we both have a soft spot for Jen. But, we also have jobs to do, a murder investigation to close.
Bo: Why don't you give it a rest, Colson? All right? Just get back to your honeymoon. Please tell Nora that her son needs to talk to her.
Daniel: Yeah, I'll do that.
Bo: Boy, good luck with this guy, Nora.
Paige: Oh, you know, I think your mom would be happy to know that you're missing her so much.
Bo: Hey. Your mom's going to call you as soon as she gets back to her room.
Matthew: Dr. Miller and I talked. I feel a little better.
Bo: Well, I'm glad to hear that.
Matthew: And now I'm hungry.
Paige: Well, I think that -- that's a good sign.
Matthew: Can I go to the cafeteria and get something to eat?
Bo: Yeah, yeah, sure. Do me a favor, though. Steer clear of the candies and the cookies and stuff like that, ok? And then why don't you come straight on back.
Matthew: Ok. Thanks.
Paige: Hey, no problem.
Bo: Well, I don't know what you told him, but I kind of might owe you one.
Paige: Oh, you better be careful. I might hold you to that.
Bo: I hope you do.
Paige: Gosh, look at you. You're all tight again.
Bo: Yeah, one guess why.
Paige: Daniel. Your conversation didn't go so well.
Bo: Nothing ever goes well with Colson. The guy gives me the creeps. I just -- I wish I could figure out why.
Daniel: Riley, someday you'll understand. She has to take the fall for me.
Ron: Hey, Marcie.
Marcie: Hi. Hey.
Ron: Michael insists that we go to the hospital and get checked out.
Mr. Walsh: You should, too, to be safe.
Marcie: Yeah, no, I know. Michael's going to drive me there, and, you know, we'll meet you there.
Marcie: I'm so sorry. I know this is all my fault.
Mr. Walsh: No.
Ron: Hey, no. Don't say that, ok? All you did was write a great mystery novel. Right?
Marcie: I love you guys both so much.
Mr. Walsh: We love you, honey.
Ron: It's going to be all right.
Ron: All right?
Ron: We'll see you at the hospital.
Marcie: Mm-hmm. I'll be ok.
Mr. Walsh: Come on.
Michael: Don't worry, I'll take care of her, guys. Listen up. I got something to say, and I don't want any argument.
Michael: Ok. When we get done at the hospital --
Michael: We're going back to my house.
Marcie: Michael, I really don't think I should be --
Michael: No. I am not going to let you stay here until this guy is caught. You got it?
Marcie: I got it.
John: Have the gas pipe and basement lock been checked for prints?
Officer: I'm not sure.
John: Then find out.
Officer: Yes, sir.
John: Mc Bain.
Evangeline: John, hi.
Evangeline: What happened? Are Marcie and her family all right?
John: Yeah, everyone's ok. This time.
Rex: Don't let Riley's little temper tantrum get to you. You are a good mother, Lindsay. But, what do I know? I have Roxy for a mom.
Lindsay: All I was trying to do today was support Jen, and I was doing a pretty good job until you and Riley showed up.
Rex: Look, I didn't mean to make things worse for you or for Jen. I know people don't believe a lot of what I say --
Lindsay: People don't believe anything you say, Rex.
Rex: Well, I mean this. I'm sorry.
Rex: Hey, I'm glad you're back and don't worry, I am going to give you all the alone time you need.
Lindsay: I'm sorry about before.
Jen: So am I.
Lindsay: Jen, does this mean you're staying?
Jen: For now. Mom, thank you so much for believing in me. I love you.
Lindsay: I love you.
Bo: You know, whenever Matthew has a bad reaction to Colson, I want to pull him aside and say, "hey, it's ok, bud, because I hate the guy, too."
Paige: No, but you don't.
Bo: He's just riding me about the Cramer case, wants me to arrest somebody I think is being framed.
Paige: Well, that's awfully tenacious.
Bo: You know, it's more than that. It's like the guy is obsessed. He wants to grab the brass ring so bad he's willing to take anybody out that gets in his way just to get to it.
Paige: Including Nora?
Bo: Anybody, Paige. How do you tell that to someone who really expects to live happily ever after with the guy?
Daniel: You shouldn't be calling me here. No, no, she's not, but it's too risky. You know that. Yeah, yeah, I wanted to hear your voice, too. Yeah, I miss you, too. I hope this was all worth it.
>> On the next "One Life to Live --
Tess: That halo is on your head so tight you're going to get migraines.
David: This is about as good as it gets for you and me. Let's get married.
Blair: But I just have a feeling that she is going to come back into our lives and mess up everything.
Todd: What's it going to take to keep you from telling Blair that Margaret made me have sex with her?
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