OLTL Transcript Monday 4/11/05

One Life to Live Transcript Monday 4/11/05



By Suzanne
Proofread by Brandi

John: These kids, these love shackers -- they don't make a move without us knowing, especially Nick Messina.  If he twitches, we're on it.  You better talk to the families because there's no days off till we get this solved.  Any questions?

Officer: No, sir.

John: All right, let's get to it.  Thanks, Chris.

Officer: Hey, Natalie.

Natalie: Hey, detective, how's it going?

Officer: Let you know in a few days.

Natalie: Ok.

John: Hey.

Natalie: Hey.  I'm surprised you're still here.  I thought you'd have left by now.

John: Yeah, I don't -- I don't think I'm getting out of here tonight.  Did you need to see me for something?

Natalie: Uh-uh.  Nope, just bringing this by.  It's no big deal, really.

John: This for me?

Natalie: Yeah.

John: Yeah?

Natalie: Yeah.

John: You shouldn't have.

John: A stress ball.  What are you trying to say?

Natalie: It's supposed to relax you if you squeeze it.

John: Thanks.

Natalie: You're welcome.  I mean, I know how involved you get on these cases and how hard you work, and especially one that hits close to home.  I've been -- I've been using one all week, kind of waiting for Jessica's doctor to let her know what's going on.

Evangeline: Hi.

John: Hi.

Natalie: Hi.  Well, I'm going to go back to my desk -- maybe Jess will call -- so, see you.

Evangeline: So Natalie is turning to you for comfort.  Classic. 

Antonio: Jess?  Whatever Dr. Miller tells us, we'll handle it.

Jessica: I just -- I keep on thinking about Blair, when she had those headaches.

Antonio: You're not having headaches.  You're having blackouts.  It's totally different.

Jessica: I know, I know.  But, she thought her headaches were stress-related, and then she ended up with a brain tumor.

Antonio: Ok, don't do this to yourself, ok?  We're here to find out what's going on with you, and that's a good thing.

Jessica: Thank you.  I'm just glad I'm not here alone.  I'm glad that you're here with me.

Todd: Mexico.  Is this the Llanview post office?  Ok, my name is Todd Manning and I received a post card from Mexico, and I'd like to run a trace on exactly where it was mailed from.  What difference does it make why?  I got a post card and I -- all right, I'll figure it out myself.  I'll figure it out myself.  Somehow.

Starr: Dad?  What's wrong?

Blair: I'm listening, waiting.  You said you had something to tell me?  What is it?

Kevin: It's -- it's nothing.

Blair: What do you mean, "it's nothing"?  It's something or you wouldn't have brought it up.  Now tell me what it is, and I want to know now!

Kevin: All right.  The night that I found Todd -- well, first off, I almost left him there.  I mean, I almost drove off as if I'd never seen him and I guess a part of me felt like it was poetic justice, you know, seeing him in that condition, the guy that put me through so much finally getting what he deserved, but then he started --

Blair: I should've known.

Kevin: What?

Blair: You haven't changed at all, Kevin.

Kevin: "Haven't changed," Blair?

Blair: Here I thought that your saving Todd was an act of decency because you thought it was the right and moral thing to do.  But, no, it was just -- just because you wanted it to work to your advantage.

Kevin: There was no advantage.

Blair: Passing yourself off as some big hero to save Todd, when all you really wanted -- to see him suffer!

Kevin: I didn't want to see him -- you're misunderstanding what I just --

Blair: You just admitted to me that you loved seeing him like that -- down, beaten --

Kevin: What?  That is not what I meant!

Blair: You're worse than your grandfather!  You're worse than Margaret!  I swear to god, if anybody comes between Todd and me again, I will kill you, Kevin!  I will kill you, you hear me?  I swear to you!

 Jessica: Listen, anything that Dr. Miller has to tell me, ok, I just -- I'd better know now.

Antonio: I know.  But, I want you to know I'm sorry.  Look, these -- these blackouts -- they're probably from stress, and I know that I've caused a lot of that stress.

Jessica: Antonio, you're not to blame.  Listen, we've both made mistakes, ok?  We've both caused each other pain.  But, whatever this is that's happening to me, it's not just stress-related. I mean, even now it's like -- oh, God.

Antonio: What?

Jessica: I just feel like I'm standing on the edge of a cliff, and anything that Dr. Miller has to say to me --

Paige: Jessica.  Antonio, hey.  I'm glad you could make it, as well.  Here, come on in.  I have got some great, great news.  All the test results came back, and everything is clean.  You are perfectly healthy, normal.

Jessica: No.  No, that's not possible.  Whatever those tests said, they're wrong.

Natalie: Hey, uncle Bo.

Bo: Hey, Nat.

Natalie: You don't look too happy.  Does it have to do with the Cramer case?

Bo: Turned into another wild-goose chase.

Roxy: Roger and 10-4.  I want an A.P.B.  No, make it a B.L.T.  No, on second thought, I want an A.P.B., a B.L.T., an A.K.A., and heavy on the mayo.

Natalie: Roxy.

Roxy: Yeah, roger and 10-4.  No, 10-5 because I'm feeling real generous.

Bo: Roxy, this is a police station.  This is not a comedy club.

Roxy: Hey, relax, commish.  I'm just messing with you and if you can't mess with your family --

Bo: Now, whoa -- family?

Roxy: Yeah, well, you know, we kind of are, you know, 60 degrees of speculation?  You know, that kind of thing?

Bo: Yeah, 60 degrees.

Natalie: Roxy, he does not want you here.  He's busy, and so am I!

Roxy: Is that why your cheeks are so flushed?  Because you're busy?

Natalie: It's warm in here, ok?  They cranked up the heat!

Roxy: It's warm in here?  No, I think I'm as cool as a cuke.  So, either you've been sprinting a marathon so you can get back to your desk, or you got lucky.  Maybe in the evidence room?

Natalie: Oh, God.  How many times do I have to tell you?  Please, didn't I tell you to let it go with John?

Roxy: Did you do that?  Because maybe it slipped my mind.

Natalie: You know, between you and Rex -- especially Rex, thinking I need to go back to being the old Natalie who didn't have any rules --

Roxy: You mean the girl who always got what she wanted?

Natalie: Not always.  You know, Rex -- Rex thinks I should go after John.

Roxy: Oh, he does?  You want to know what I think?

Natalie: No!

Roxy: You know, I think it's great -- and don't get me wrong -- I think it's great that you're in tune with your polite Buchanan side, but, you know, I'd kind of like the take-no-prisoners Atlantic City chick.  She had a lot more going on for her.

Ron: Natalie?  Hey.

Roxy: Hey!  Hey!  How you been?

Ron: Ok.  Is the commissioner -- is he busy?

Roxy: Hey, it's been a long time, hunka-hunka burnin' love.  How you been?

Ron: Listen, I'm good, but we'll catch up later.  Right now, I really need to talk to the commissioner.

Natalie: Listen, he's kind of swamped right now, but I'm going to go see if he's got a second, ok?

Ron: Ok.  Thanks.

Natalie: Mm-hmm.

Ron: It's great Natalie's working here, huh?

Roxy: Oh, you know her.  She likes to help people.  So, she can help you with any little thing that you need.

Todd: What are you doing here, short man?  You're supposed to be at Viki's.

Starr: Yeah, I was, but then I needed to talk to you and you haven't answered my question.  What's going on, and why were you acting so freaky before?

Todd: There was a blackout, and your mom didn't handle it too well, so I wanted to make sure it doesn't happen again.

Starr: Hmm, ok.  Well, I have to go do my homework.

Todd: Ok.

Starr: Thank you!

Todd: Hey, give me that.

Starr: Have you checked out your gene pool lately?  How dumb do you think I am?

Todd: Give me that post card.

Starr: Oh, my gosh, this is from Margaret!  She's coming back for us, isn't she?

Kevin: Look, Blair, just --

Blair: Just let me go!

Kevin: Just hear me out, all right?  I tried to be upfront with you about what Todd said to me that night.

Blair: You've never been upfront a day in your life, Kevin.  You're a born liar, do you know that?

Kevin: You are overreacting here!  This is ridiculous!

Blair: Oh, I'm overreacting?  I'll show you overreacting.

Kevin: God!

Blair: I tell you what, you better stay away from me and Todd!  Do you hear me?  Everybody just better stay away!

Kevin: Blair!  Hey, come on!

Blair: Let go of me!

Kevin: Settle down!  What are you doing?

Blair: Let go of me!

[Blair screams]

Blair: Help me!  No!  No!  Is anybody out there that can hear me?  What is this place?  Where am I now?  You can't keep me from my kids, you son of a bitch!  You can't keep me from my babies!  Somebody open up this door, please!  Is anybody out there?  Let go of me, Kevin!  Let go!

Jessica: Please, don't misunderstand.  I don't want there to be anything wrong with me, but there is, ok?  I know myself.  I know my body.

Paige: Look, if you're concerned about the sleepwalking, as you did when you were a child, we already know that -- that the recurrence is stress-related, just as it was when you were younger.

Jessica: But it's more than that, ok?  I -- listen, I don't care what the tests or the MRI’s or the cat scans say.  There's something wrong with me, ok?  I've been in stressful situations before, and I didn't feel like this.

Paige: What do you mean, "like this"?

Jessica: This -- I mean, like I'm uncomfortable in my own skin, ok?  Listen, I know I should be grateful that all of my tests came back ok, but I don't feel ok.  I can't go home and pretend that everything's all right.

Antonio: Dr. Miller, is there something that maybe the tests didn't cover?  Something it might have missed?

Paige: Yes.  Yes, there's always that possibility.  But, you know what, there is another option, and I think you should strongly consider it.

John: Natalie works here.  It's not a big office.

Evangeline: So you're bound to run into each other?

John: She knows how hard we've all been working on this case.

Evangeline: And she was just trying to cheer you up.  I get it.

John: I understand what you're feeling.  I do.  And for the record, you don't have to try to cheer me up.  Just being here is good enough.

Evangeline: Wow.  From a guy who says he's not good with words.  So, any clue yet as to who caused the gas leak at Marcie's place?

John: I don't know.  We'll still sorting through everything.

Evangeline: So you have nothing to go on at all?  No evidence?

John: If I had something, I'd be all over it.

Evangeline: Well, what about the phone call?  The one that Michael got with Marcie's recorded voice?  I mean, we know the Walsh’s weren't saved in the nick of time by dumb luck.  I mean, that's the exact same way the Ferrara’s were saved in "The Killing Club."

John: It was a pay phone.

Evangeline: Damn it.  Damn it.  It's like the killer is screwing with us, you know, John?  It's like he's -- he's laughing at us by proving he can copy every murder out of that book down to the detail.  What about Nick?  Have you questioned Nick again?

John: I appreciate your enthusiasm.  I do, but --

Evangeline: What?

John: I need to work through this on my own.

Ron: So there's no progress at all?  You're not even close to tracking down the psycho who came after me and my family?

Bo: I've set up a task force, ok?  John Mc Bain is heading it.

Ron: Well, then maybe I should go talk to him, yeah?

Bo: Well -- Ron, look, I know you're impatient right now, and I can't blame you a bit.  But, the department is really spread thin.

Ron: Look, we're talking about my family here, all right?  There's some psycho who's out there trying to kill us, commissioner!

Bo: I'm sorry.  I'm sorry.  I know this is rough on you.  I can only imagine.  Look, I think the best thing that you could do right now -- go home and do what you can to put this out of your mind, all right?  Here.  As soon as I find out anything at all, I'm going to contact you.

Roxy: Come on, honey.  You know you can trust me.

Natalie: Hey, you know I can't give you that kind of information.

Roxy: Oh, just give me the 411 on my favorite handyman.  Come on.

Natalie: Hey --

Roxy: Is someone trying to hurt him?

Natalie: Roxy, I cannot help you.

Roxy: Is it someone we know?

Natalie: Thank you for stopping by!

Roxy: It's someone that we know.

Natalie: Once again, can't help you.

Roxy: Come on, come on! You can tell me!

Natalie: I cannot help you.  I tell you what, why don't I give you a call later?  Maybe we can talk about your business instead of getting involved in someone else's!

Roxy: All right, there she is!  That's the spitfire that I raised!  Good to see her back again.

Natalie: Mm-hmm.

Roxy: You know what, baby?  I'm going to come here much more often.  Much more often.

Ron: So, what was that all about?

Natalie: Look, don't ask.

Ron: "Great to have you back"?

Natalie: She's talking about the spitfire girl -- how I used to be -- and she's just upset that I've grown up.

Ron: Well, grown up or not, Natalie, you've always been a free spirit.  It's one of the things I've always liked about you.

Todd: Give me that post card.

Starr: You have to do something, dad!

Todd: Margaret is not going to lay a hand on any of us ever again.

Starr: See, this is what I wanted to talk to you about.  You can't keep making promises that you can't keep.

Todd: Starr, please.

Starr: The woman is insane!  How do you know?  She already got you and mom.  How do you know that she won't try and pull it off again?  She's already started.

Todd: No, she hasn't started.  She did not send that.

Starr: Oh, really?  Then who did?

Todd: Me.  I did.  I want to take your mom somewhere tropical for our honeymoon, somewhere preferably in Mexico.  It was supposed to be a surprise, but I didn't want to tell her till after we officially tied the knot, so you can't say anything.

Starr: I don't believe you.  I know that Margaret wrote this letter.  But, I'm going to not worry about it because it'll only make us feel worse.

Todd: All right, sit down.  Listen to me, and believe me -- the most important thing in my life is to protect you and your brother and your mom, and that's what I'm going to do.

Starr: Pinkie swear?

Todd: Pinkie swear.

Blair: Let go of me, Kevin! Let go of me.

Kevin: Look, I'm sorry that i upset you.

Blair: You leave me alone!

Kevin: All right.  I'll get you some water.

[Phone rings]

Todd: Hello?

Kevin: Yeah, it's me.  Blair's at the mansion.

Todd: Is she all right?

Kevin: No, she's not all right.  She's in bad shape.  You better get over here before she hurts herself or me.  Todd?  Todd?

 Evangeline: I get what you're saying.  I guess I do my best thinking when I'm alone, so I'll just get out of your way.

John: You're not in my way.

Evangeline: No, no, really.  I have, like, a ton of work to do.  I mean, between Antonio's case and Jen Rappaport, I don't even know what I'm doing here.

John: Hey -- I'm sorry.  I shouldn't have said that.

Evangeline: Forget it.

John: No.  Not "forget it."

John: It's this case.  Sometimes I have trouble separating myself from it.  I try to protect all these people that he's after.  Got to try to keep them safe.

Evangeline: It's a lot to ask of yourself, John.

John: That's why I have a mask and a cape.

John: I saw the fear in Michael's eyes.  There's no way I'm going to sit around and let him go through what I went through with Caitlin.

Evangeline: No, of course not.

John: The only thing that matters now is solving this case.

Evangeline: Ok.  Ok, I have a meeting with Antonio, and it's not going to take very long.  So how about we just do a late dinner?

John: Yeah.

Evangeline: Yeah?

Ron: A real taskmaster, huh?

Natalie: What?

Ron: Buchanan -- you know, that's his reputation.  He's the guy who gets things done.  Everybody says that.

Natalie: Yeah, and everybody's right.

Ron: Well, then why hasn't he come up with anything on the gas leak?  I mean, how hard could it be to track down whoever started it?  There's got to be clues, right?  Fingerprints, something?

Natalie: Ron, look, I understand how you're feeling.  I have been the target before, and you're always looking over your shoulder, can't close your eyes for one second.

Ron: Yeah.  It's pretty rough.

Natalie: Bo put John on this case.  John will find out who's doing this to the love shack crew.  He will get your guy, ok?  He always does.

Ron: So you really believe in Mc Bain, huh?

Natalie: Yeah.  He saved my life.

Ron: So, I mean, is that all between the two of you?

Natalie: Yes, of course.  What else would there be?

Ron: Well, you know, I was just asking.

Natalie: It's after 5:00.

Ron: So, you looking to score some overtime?

Natalie: Far from it.  Getting out of here soon.

Ron: Well, great.  How about I buy you a beer on the way home?

Jessica: I have no problem with it, actually.  I think it's a great idea.

Paige: I haven't even suggested anything yet.

Jessica: Well, I mean, it's psychotherapy.  That's what the other option is.  I mean, what else could it be?  And -- and I think that you're right. I would like to start.

Paige: All right.  Ok, great.  You know, there's a wonderful psychiatrist -- Phil Jamison.  I'll go look him up, see if he's got some time for you today.  Are you in a hurry?

Jessica: No, not at all.  I'd like to meet him.  I'll wait right here.

Paige: Ok.  Ok, I'll find him, tell him a little bit about your case, and I'll be right back, all right?

Jessica: Thanks.  Well, at least it's something, you know?  It's a start.

Antonio: Hey, you're taking charge.  I'm proud of you.  That's the Jess I fell in love with.

Kevin: Here you go.

Blair: Kevin, I'm sorry.  Look, I -- I don't know what's come over me.  I -- are you all right?

Kevin: Well, I'll need extensive plastic surgery, but other than that I'm ok.

Blair: You must think I've completely lost my mind.

Kevin: No, I think you're a woman who's been through a living nightmare.  That's what I think.

Todd: What's going on here?

Blair: Um -- Kevin was just telling me everything that went down between the two of you the night that he picked you up.

Todd: You self-serving son of a bitch.

Blair: Todd --

Todd: You have a death wish?

Natalie: Actually, Ron, I was -- I was going to go home.

Ron: Oh, come on, I could really use a beer and a couple of hours of not thinking about what happened last night.  I mean, who knows, we might have a good time.  I mean, we could swap stories on how each of us almost got killed by a lunatic.  I mean, that's more than I have in common with most of the women I go out with.

Natalie: Mm-hmm.

Ron: So, how about it?

Antonio: So you told Dr. Miller this wasn't the first time you've had blackouts?

Jessica: Remember when I lost my baby, Megan?  Well, when I found out that it was Dorian driving the car, I sent her threatening messages and I made her think that she heard a baby crying in her house at night.  I even trashed her house.

Antonio: Wow.  I -- I didn't know.

Jessica: I didn't mean to get pregnant, but -- but I fell in love with Megan, you know?  I didn't even get a chance to meet her, and I lost her.  I thought I had dealt with the grief, but --

Antonio: But you hadn't.  I'm sorry.  I know I keep saying that.  But, you know, if I could take away all the pain, you know I would.

Jessica: I know.  I know.  Thank you.  I know that I haven't been the easiest to deal with lately and now this.

Antonio: Hey, I'm here for you.

Jessica: I know.  But, you know, you have your own life and you have your own problems and speaking of that, don't you have a meeting with Evangeline this afternoon?

Antonio: I'll reschedule.

Jessica: No, Antonio.  You have to go.  This is important, and I'm fine.  I am ok.    So, go do what you have to do.  I'm feeling much better now.  Go.

Antonio: Ok.  I will go.  You call me, all right, and let me know what's up.

Jessica: Of course.

Antonio: All right.

Todd: I'm going to deal with you later.  I want to take you home now, and I want to make sure you understand what happened.

Blair: Look, I understand.  I know the truth.  Kevin almost left you for dead.

Kevin: That's what I told her.  That's the big revelation.

Todd: That's what you guys have been talking about?  So, what happened here?

Blair: Well, I -- I was just trying to make a point and Kevin stopped me, and I lost it, Todd.  It was like I was back in Wingdale and the doctors were holding me down, and Margaret and -- I'm just not going to let anybody hurt me again.  I'm not going to let anybody hurt you ever again.

Todd: Ok, all right, let's go.  Let's go home.

Blair: You know, I'm going to go freshen up.  I don't want the kids to question anything.

Todd: Ok.

Blair: Be back.

Kevin: You were right.  Blair is nowhere near ready to hear about you and Margaret.  Yeah, uh-huh.  She can't handle that kind of shock, not for a while.

Todd: We may not have a choice.  Margaret's apparently not finished.  She wants to come back and finish us off.

Kevin: What happens if Blair finds out?  What happens if she contacts her?

Todd: We need to make sure that that doesn't happen.  If I have to get to the mailbox before she does, if I have to change our phone number -- whatever it takes.  She can't know it's not over.  She won't be able to handle it.

Evangeline: So it's all psychological?

Antonio: There's nothing physically wrong with her.  All the tests came back negative.

Evangeline: Well, even so, if Jessica's seeing a psychiatrist --

Antonio: Evangeline, if you're worried about her being a character witness in this custody case, don't, ok?  She's fine.

Evangeline: I don't know.

Antonio: None of it's going to be an issue.

Evangeline: Ok.  I didn't mean to make it all about the case.  I know you've been worried about her.  I remember you talking to John about her, you know, asking him for help.

Antonio: Yeah, and he had some other stuff going on, right.

Evangeline: Yeah.  What else is new?

Antonio: Listen, hang in there, ok?

Evangeline: Yeah, I know.  We're good.  I mean, you know, we're trying.  It's just, you know, he has this new case now that's consuming him, and I worry about him.

Antonio: Yeah, well, you're the only woman that he wants, ok?  I've seen how he looks at you.  You got nothing to worry about.

Natalie: You know what, Ron?  Let me go talk to the boss, ok?

Ron: Ok.

Natalie: Hey.

Bo: Hey, Nat -- hey, could you remind me to call Piretti at Interpol about an extradition?

Natalie: Do you mind if I do that in the morning?  Because he's actually a nine-to-fiver, and I'm heading out.

Bo: Oh, right, right.  Sorry.  Plans?

Natalie: Not really.  I mean, Ron Walsh and I are just going out for a drink. What?  What's the look for?

Bo: What look?

Natalie: I said I'm going out for a drink with Ron, and you gave me -- there was a look.

Bo: A look?  Well, you know, I'm just thinking that you've been through some pretty heavy stuff recently, and maybe -- I don't know.  You sure you're ready to start dating?

Natalie: We're just going out for a drink, uncle Bo.  We're not shopping for furniture.

Bo: Well, right, right.  Well, in that case, get out of here, have some fun.

Natalie: Thank you.  All right, I'll see you in the morning.

Bo: Yeah.

Ron: Ok?

Natalie: Let's go get that drink.

Ron: All right.

John: How's it going, Ron?

Kevin: It's postmarked "Mexico."

Todd: It doesn't mean she was really there.

Kevin: All right.  What can I do to help?

Todd: Nothing.  Don't do anything.  Keep your mouth shut.  There's really no reason for you to get involved.

Kevin: Ok, I won't get involved.  On one condition -- you leave Asa out of it.

Todd: Leave Asa out of it?  I mean, what does that mean?

Kevin: Before you go after him, you let me talk to him, get his side of it.

Todd: Asa's side of it?  I see.  Asa's side is to inflict as much pain as he can on other people.  No, he's not going to get away with it this time.  I'm going to make sure he gets what he deserves.

Paige: Hey, Dr. Jamison is just finishing up with a patient, and as soon as he's done, I'll fill him in on your case.  You guys can set up some appointments.

Jessica: Hey, thank you.  I appreciate that.

Paige: Yeah, you know what?  As a matter of fact, he should be finishing up right about now. I'll be right back, I hope.

Jessica: Ok, thanks.

Paige: Mm-hmm.

Tess: Are you kidding me, or are you kidding me?  I don't believe this!  What, I leave for 24 hours, and the little princess has me in a shrink's office?  I don't think so. I'm out of here. Yeah, hey, it's Tess.  Yeah, I'm at Llanview hospital, and I'm about to get a partial lobotomy.  Why?  I don't know.  Probably because intelligent and beautiful women are strictly prohibited here in Llanview.  Please, don't ask me questions, ok?  Just come and get me.  I need you to be here right now.  Ok, bye.

Natalie: One sec, ok?

Natalie: Hey.

Bo: Hey.

Natalie: Fresh pot of hazelnut coffee, and is there anything else I can get for you before I go?

Bo: You know what?  You could round up all the bad guys in town, bring them in here, and lock them up.

Natalie: You got it.

Bo: No, that's a pretty tall order.  I guess we'll just save that for tomorrow.

Natalie: I know.

Bo: You enjoy yourself.

Natalie: Thank you.  I will.  See you in the morning.

Bo: All right.  Hey, kid, it's nice to see you smiling again.

Natalie: Yeah, it's nice to have a reason.  Bye, uncle Bo.

Bo: Bye.

Ron: Ok?

Natalie: Let's do it.

Ron: All right.

John: And the hits just keep on coming.

Natalie: Hey, John.  I'm heading out.

John: Right.  Yeah.

Natalie: Is there anything else I can get you before I go?

John: No, I'm good.

Natalie: Ok.  Are you sure?

John: I got everything I need.  Really, you have a great time.

Natalie: Ok.  Thanks.

Ron: So, any more pit stops?

Natalie: No, let's go.

Ron: Let's do it.

Doctor: So, she's been having blackouts?

Paige: Yeah.  She had episodes like this a few years back.  But, she'll explain all of that to you.  I mean, she's -- she's very eager to get to the bottom of all this, wants to start therapy right away.

Dr. Jamison: Well, that's always helpful.

Paige: Yeah.  Jessica?  Wow, that's -- that's really strange.  She was just -- she was just here.

Tess: Here you go, baby doll, since you got here in such a hurry.  I wouldn't want anybody to think that I wasn't taking care of all my boys, now, would I?  Especially because your timing was immaculate.  Oh, man.  Definitely going to need some new clothes.  Hey, rain man!  What's the holdup up there?  Let's go!  I got a lot of stuff to do!

Todd: This is my family.  This is my problem and just because you know the truth, it doesn't mean we're partners.  It doesn't mean we're friends.

Kevin: Oh, I get it, ok?  You think I want to be your friend?  I don't want to be your friend.  All right, I'm trying to protect my grandfather here -- a man that, in spite of all his flaws, brought me into a great family, a family that you happen to be a part of.

Todd: If Asa Buchanan comes anywhere near my family, if he so much as sets foot in Llanview, I am going to personally see to it that he is left on his knees begging for a quick death.  I am going to stick my fist down his throat, and I am going to pull his heart out.  You understand me?

Blair: I'm ready to go.

Todd: All right, let's go.

Blair: Look, Todd, I'm sorry that Kevin had to drag you all the way over here.  I --

Todd: Ah, ah, ah, ah -- you don't have to be sorry for anything.  I always want to be with you, you know that and nothing and no one is going to keep us apart.  No one, never.

Todd: Ok.

>> On the next "One Life to Live" --

Rex: So much for going after the guy who makes you hot and sweaty.

Man: Are you sure you want to mess with me?

Tess: The question is, are you sure?

Bellboy: Bonjour, Madame.  Pour Monsiur Colson.

Blair: If Margaret wants to come after us, have her come here.

Todd: No, Blair.

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