One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 4/20/05
Proofread by Brandi
John: It's open! Natalie: I just wanted to know if there was anything you need.
Michael: Hey, how are you?
Hayes: Michael, wait, wait, wait a second.
Michael: What do you want?
Hayes: I think we should talk about what happened to Marcie at the book reading.
Michael: Well, she was upset. I comforted her. That's about it.
Hayes: Well, technically, I got to her first, but --
Michael: What is this, a contest? Look, I understand that Marcie is stuck with you as her agent, but unless it has something to do with your professional responsibility, I'd prefer if you didn't hang around her.
Hayes: And you'd be saying this as her, what, her bodyguard?
Michael: What I am to Marcie is none of your business. But, I am saying this to you man to man -- stay away from her.
Hayes: Well, that's fine with me, Michael. The people around Marcie Walsh tend to wind up dead anyway.
Jen: Hey, Marcie. Hey.
Marcie: Look, could you just wait outside, please?
Officer: My orders are to watch you 24/7.
Marcie: But I'm just visiting my best friend. Really, she's really not going to kill me.
Officer: I'll be right outside if you need me.
Marcie: Thanks. Welcome to my world.
Jen: Well, maybe my police escort can keep your police escort company. How are you?
Marcie: I'm ok.
Jen: One more time -- how are you?
Marcie: Want to know the truth?
Marcie: I'm a wreck. I can't eat, I can't sleep, you know, which eating normally would be a really good thing for me because, you know, whenever I get in these situations, I tend to overeat all the time, but nothing feels right. And I can't help, you know, thinking about Julie and Hudson and that they're dead because of me, and that's all I keep thinking about in my mind.
Jen: Marcie, you have to stop talking like that.
Marcie: Why? Why, Jen? I mean, it's true. Ok, my book got two of our friends killed. It's put everybody else that I know in danger, including you. I mean, you even have a police escort, guard -- whatever you want to call them.
Jen: You want to know something? I don't think my cop's here to protect me. I think he's here to make sure that I don't go anywhere so when Riley's dad gets back, they can arrest me for Paul's murder.
Nora: It's beautiful, isn't it?
Daniel: Yes. That's why I wanted you to buy it.
Nora: And you were so right. You ok?
Daniel: Yeah, yeah, just a little tired, that's all.
Nora: Oh, well, I'll take the credit for that.
Daniel: You know, Paris is the most romantic city in the world. Part of me wishes we could stay here forever.
Nora: Hmm, me, too. But, the honeymoon has to end sometime.
Daniel: Yeah, I guess it does.
Viki: "Welcome back. We've missed you. You're staff."
Rex: Good, you're here. I need to talk to you.
Viki: How did you get in here?
Rex: What difference does it make?
Viki: Rex, this is my first day back and I have a very full calendar. If you want to talk to me, you're going to have to make an appointment just like everybody else.
Rex: No, this can't wait. It's way too important.
Viki: Ok, five minutes, that's it.
Rex: I think I know a way to catch Paul Cramer's killer. But, I'm going to need "The Banner's" help to do it.
Daniel: Wait, where you going?
Nora: Well, you know, Daniel, I have to tell you, the honeymoon was great, but I'm leaving you. I'm kidding. I'm kidding. It's a plane. Where else am I going to go? I'm going to the restroom.
Daniel: Just -- just don't even kid about things like that, ok?
Nora: Ok. Hey. I'm not going anywhere, Daniel. You're stuck with me for a long, long, long time. I'll be right back.
Daniel: That was fast. You.
Paul: Yep. Paul Cramer, the one you murdered. Long time no see.
John: Well, I'm a little confused. Did I ask for something?
Natalie: No. I just -- I know that you've been working hard, and I thought maybe I could do something for you. Tough case, huh?
John: Yeah -- yeah, this plus the other five that just got dropped on my desk.
Natalie: You know, maybe you just need to change your position. Take a step back from work and, I don't know, learn to relax.
John: Relax, huh?
Natalie: Yeah. You do remember how to do that, don't you?
Natalie: Then when you come back to work, you have a whole new perspective. How's that sound?
John: You know what, Natalie Vega? You -- you may just be right.
John: Yeah, I've been staring at this stuff so much, my eyes are crossed. Maybe it would be a good idea to get out of here for a little while.
Natalie: Well, there you go.
John: Yeah, you know, I could use a walk, maybe give Evangeline a call. What the hell, this work will all still be here when I get back, right?
Natalie: Right. That ought to do it.
John: Uh -- was there something else?
Natalie: No. No, just being a good friend, you know?
Natalie: Yeah, have fun. Bye.
Natalie: Stupid, stupid, stupid.
Evangeline: Hey, mom, it's me. I just got your message. I'm sorry I missed you. But, you can give me a call back here at work. I'll be here all night, well, late at least, and I hope everything's ok. Love you. Bye.
Viki: No, Rex, I'm afraid I can't help you.
Rex: It's matter of life and death.
Viki: Live and death? My goodness. And I should believe this because you say so?
Rex: Ok, look, I know that I'm not anybody's idea of a solid citizen. Fine. Whatever. But, this isn't about me. It's about Jen Rappaport. Daniel Colson's trying to pin Cramer's murder on her, and she didn't do it.
Viki: Well, frankly, I have a lot of trouble believing that Jen is a murderer.
Rex: Ah, there. You see?
Viki: But, Rex, I don't know any more about this case than you do.
Rex: Oh, but that's where you're wrong.
Viki: You know, you're wasting your five minutes. What do you want?
Rex: I want you to run an article in "The Banner" -- a big, flashy one, front page, telling this creep that some new evidence came in and that it could lead to the arrest of a brand-new suspect.
Viki: Which, of course, would be a lie.
Rex: Well, technically maybe Who cares? The point would be to smoke this guy out into the open so that we can nail him.
Viki: Bye-bye, Rex.
Rex: No, wait a minute.
Viki: Rex, come on, I gave you five minutes. You made a preposterous request. Please go.
Rex: Don't you want to catch Paul's killer?
Viki: Yes, of course I do, but it's not my job, nor is it yours. It's Bo Buchanan's job.
Rex: See, that's the thing. I've been helping him, working sort of, you know, undercover.
Viki: Oh, Rex, come on!
Rex: Here. Call him. You don't believe I'm working for Bo? Find out for yourself.
Paul: Want one?
Daniel: What are you doing here? What -- what do you want?
Paul: Well, that's kind of a complicated question, Dan. Or should I call you Ted, hmm? You know, what's she call you?
Paul: Nora, your wife. Hmm? Oh, congratulations, by the way. See, I always wanted to get married again someday, but you know what they say -- "too young to die, too dead to live." So, does she know?
Daniel: Know what?
Paul: All your deep, dark secrets, Dan, what a bad boy you've been.
Daniel: I swear I never meant to kill you that night. It just happened.
Paul: Yeah, I know. I was there, remember? I was standing right there when you pointed that gun at me and pulled that trigger. That was cold, Dan. Ooh, that was cold.
Daniel: I'm not a killer.
Paul: Well, yet I'm not alive, am I? Now, how do you rationalize that, Mr. District attorney man, hmm? A means to an end? The other deep, dark secret you have, the one you were paying me for?
Daniel: You -- you were threatening me.
Paul: Well, I needed the money.
Daniel: It was never going to stop.
Paul: Oh, well, you know what, that doesn't matter now. Nora's going to find out soon.
Daniel: No, no, see, Nora will never find out.
Paul: Oh, yeah, she will. It's just a matter of time. Hey, you can run, but you can't hide, Dan.
Daniel: Shut up.
Paul: What are you going to do? You going to kill me again?
Daniel: Nora will never know. Nobody ever will. Now, get the hell out of here and leave me alone.
Nora: Daniel, who are you talking to?
Michael: You know, I always figured you for a creep and a lowlife opportunist, but I guess we can add coward to the list now, too.
Hayes: Oh, Michael, I'm hurt.
Michael: Just stay away from me. Could I get a grilled cheese, soda --
Hayes: Come on, Michael, cut me some slack, will you? I mean, what person in their right mind wants to walk around with a target on their back? Marcie's friends are all dropping like flies.
Michael: Well, then I guess you got nothing to worry about.
Hayes: I really get to you, don't I?
Michael: Yeah, to me, Hayes, you're a lightweight, ok, and so damn transparent. You don't care about Marcie. You don't care about her friends. The only thing you care about is selling books.
Hayes: Well, it is my job and I must be doing something right. "The Killing Club" is on the bestseller list, isn't it? But you know what else, Michael? I really care about Marcie. She's somebody special, and she deserves better.
Michael: You took the words right out of my mouth.
Hayes: You know what I mean. You really screwed up her life.
Michael: You just don't know when to quit, do you?
Hayes: You're the one who got her so upset she ran out into the middle of the street, got hit by a car, almost died. You're the one who's put her through so much crap that I'm flabbergasted that she hasn't had a nervous breakdown by now! Or -- wait. Or did she?
Michael: What are you talking about?
Hayes: A nervous breakdown. Michael, after everything that you've put her through, it wouldn't surprise me one bit if Marcie ended up being "The Killing Club" murderer.
Marcie: Jen, stop it. You know, you're no more a killer than I am.
Jen: Tell that to Riley's dad. Better yet, tell that to Riley.
Marcie: Jen, Riley loves you. You know he does. He's -- I don't know, he's just a little confused.
Jen: Yeah, confused would be better. You know, he actually has convinced himself that I've killed somebody. I don't want to talk about Riley anymore, ok?
Marcie: Ok. I'm sorry.
Officer: This guy's been making noise about wanting to see you. Either of you two guys know him?
Viki: Thank you, Bo.
Rex: Didn't believe me, did you?
Viki: No, I did not.
Rex: What did Bo say?
Viki: He confirmed that you were helping with the Cramer investigation.
Rex: Come on, come on. I want to hear exactly what he told you about me.
Viki: All right. I will tell you exactly -- and I quote -- he said, "sometimes when you have a very difficult case, it is necessary to use a con artist, lowlife sleaze like Rex Balsom, who will then crawl under some rocks to find some dirt." He also said if you gave me any more trouble I was to call him back and he would personally toss you out of this office.
Rex: That's just Bo's way of telling you he likes me.
Viki: Rex, "The Banner" cannot help you because we don't print lies, ok? So where does that leave you?
Rex: A description.
Viki: Of what, the killer?
Rex: From one of the rocks I crawled under. A buddy of mine saw Paul talking to this guy on Halloween. He sounded like he was blackmailing him. The guy was definitely not happy. Here. I wrote it all down.
Viki: "Male caucasian, average height, average weight, hair color unsure"?
Nora: Seriously, Daniel, who were you talking to?
Paul: This is almost worth dying for. I can't wait to hear what you say.
Daniel: Paul Cramer. I was talking to Paul Cramer.
Viki: That's not much of a description.
Rex: Well, it was dark. The guy was wearing a hat. It's something, isn't it?
Viki: Rex, I can't print this. It's much too general. Besides, this whole thing could backfire on you. If the killer thinks that the police have anything at all on him, then he may vanish forever, hmm?
Rex: Ok, you're a pretty smart lady. I hadn't thought of that.
Viki: Oh, yes, you had, and I'm still not going to print it.
Rex: Can I ask you a question?
Viki: Yes, I'm sure that you can? "May I" would be the proper way to phrase that.
Rex: What have you got against me -- other than my grammar?
Viki: Well, I would think it goes back to the fact that your arrival in this town was prompted by a desire to help yourself to Jessica's money.
Rex: Point taken.
Viki: You know, Rex, I don't dislike you. Not at all. I just don't believe a word you say.
Rex: Look, I've changed, Mrs. D, or at least I'm trying to.
Viki: And I think that's terrific. You're certainly standing by Jennifer Rappaport. That's admirable.
Rex: Don't forget Natalie. We're real tight, you know. It's a good thing.
Viki: Yes, it is a good thing. Ok, so you and I have that in common, don't we? We both have Natalie's best interests at heart.
Rex: You can make book on that. Figure of speech.
Rex: Like -- like Natalie's all hung up on John Mc Bain, right, but she's playing it too cool. She's letting the game come to her instead of busting a move on the guy. So, I sit her down and I say, "hey, what's with you? You want something, be aggressive. Be your old self. Go ahead and poach old Mc Bain away from what's-her-name." And she's finally going after what she wants.
Viki: She is?
Natalie: Shut up, Rex!
Rex: Hey, Natty. We were just --
Natalie: Talking about me.
Rex: Yeah, a little.
Natalie: Can you not keep your big mouth shut? What we talked about was in private. If I wanted the whole world to know, I would've done that myself.
Rex: I'm sorry.
Natalie: I need to talk to my mother.
Rex: I really didn't mean to shout my mouth --
Natalie: Just go, ok?
Rex: If you happen to change your mind about that other thing we talked about --
Viki: Don't hold your breath.
Viki: Hi, baby.
Natalie: Hello. Don't -- please don't listen to what Rex said. He doesn't know what he's talking about.
Viki: He seemed pretty sure about this.
Natalie: He lies just for practice. So, you know, I came by. I wanted to wish you good luck on your first day.
Viki: Thank you.
Natalie: Nice office.
Viki: Yes, it is a nice office.
Viki: Rex wasn't lying about this. Honey, look at me. Are you really trying to take John away from Evangeline?
Natalie: Yes, I am.
[Knock on door]
John: I took a break and I went out for a walk, and somehow I ended up at your door.
Evangeline: I'm glad.
John: You busy?
Evangeline: Up to my eyes. I -- I don't know. You're --
Evangeline: Well, it's not like you to just take off in the middle of a workday -- not that I mind.
John: Good. Let's get out of here. Let's go do something, anything, something real.
Evangeline: I'd love to, John, but I have, I don't know, three cases going to trial in the next month and this brief that just came across my desk.
John: You're right, you're busy. All right, you know, forget about it. I'll call you later, all right?
Evangeline: No, wait. Wait, stop. Stop and smell the roses. Is that what you're trying to say?
John: Yeah, something like that.
Evangeline: Is everything ok?
John: I don't know what I want to say. I just need to see you. Does that make sense? I just need to see you. I need to feel you.
Marcie: No, really, it's ok, officer. We know him.
Jen: He's a friend. What are you doing here?
Riley: I need to see you.
Jen: Have you been drinking?
Riley: No. Ok, yes, I know I usually do that, but, no, I haven't.
Marcie: You know, I think I'm going to go powder my nose.
Riley: I miss you.
Jen: What do you want me to say, Riley? I miss you, too. That's not our problem.
Riley: Jen, I woke up this morning, the bed was empty without you there. You belong there with me now.
Jen: I was there, right up until the minute where you believed that I'm a cold-blooded killer.
Riley: I made mistakes. I'm sorry.
Jen: So what are you saying? Now you don't believe that I killed Paul?
Riley: I'm trying to tell you I love you, all right, and if you did do it, I'm --
Jen: Ok, hold on a second.
Riley: Listen, Jen --
Jen: No, you listen to me! Before, Rex believed that I was guilty, but he wanted to stand by me, and you're the one who thought I was innocent, and now all of a sudden everything's reversed. Rex is by my side, he wants to stand by me, and you want to love me right onto death row, just like your father.
Nora: You were talking to Paul Cramer?
Daniel: Yes. I mean, not -- not really, of course. I was -- I was thinking about the case and I just got -- I just got worked up, that's all.
Nora: Honey, I don't want you to put this kind of pressure on yourself anymore.
Daniel: Nora, I'm the D.A., and it's taking too long to close this case.
Nora: You're not in this alone, you know? I'm right here with you. I'm your wife. You have to lean on me. You could tell me anything. You know that, don't you?
Paul: Yeah, Danny boy, you heard the lady. She wants you to confide in her. So go ahead, tell her everything. Tell her how you murdered me. Oh, and tell her why.
Michael: Listen, Hayes, if you're trying to get me to punch you in the mouth again, it's not going to work, ok?
Hayes: Yeah, it's just an observation. Hey, for all I know, you could be the killer. You hated Marcie's book because it took time away from you, you were jealous of her success, and you do have that temper.
Michael: That's right. Don't you forget that. Stay away from Marcie.
Natalie: It's not like I'm a home-wrecker or anything. John and Evangeline aren't even really together.
Viki: Did John tell you that?
Viki: Well, then why do you think you could break them up? I mean, please don't tell me that Rex said so.
Natalie: I overheard John and his brother talking about me, and John was bothered by the fact that I went out with Ron Walsh.
Natalie: So if John and Evangeline are so solid, why would John be bothered by anything that I do?
Viki: Well, honey, I can think of any number of reasons. I mean, he's always considered himself your friend and he has always been very protective of you. Why is this any different?
Natalie: Just is, ok, I know it.
Viki: Honey, look, I want you to be happy, ok? That's really all I care about.
Natalie: Mom --
Viki: No, no, no, just hear me out, ok? You've been through a terrible ordeal these past two years and, more than anyone I know, you deserve to love and be loved. But, John Mc Bain has been seeing someone else for months, and from what I can tell, he and Evangeline are devoted to each other. I really don't want to see you put yourself in the middle of something where you're only going to be hurt.
Natalie: So your advice is to do what, nothing?
Viki: Sort of, yeah. I mean, let things happen naturally. If John and Evangeline are not meant to be together, you'll know it soon enough.
Natalie: So you're saying just sit and wait? Mom, that's what happened before. Don't you get it? John and I, we had something. It was more than just friendship, and I didn't push it out of respect for his feelings. I mean, he wasn't over losing his fiancee, I was grieving over Cristian. The timing was all wrong. But, those feelings -- they never went away, and they are not just my feelings. Ok, I stood there and watched Evangeline take him away from me, and that was the worst mistake that I ever made, and I'm not going to stand by anymore, mom, ok? You're right, I deserve to be loved. I deserve to have happiness. So if there is a shot with John, I'm going to go out there and I'm going to take it. I'm sorry.
John: Is it ok?
Evangeline: Wait a minute.
Paul: So what are you waiting for, Danny boy, huh? She wants you to tell her everything. So, go on! Take that chance! Tell her all your deepest, darkest secrets. She'll understand.
Daniel: Thank you.
Nora: For what?
Daniel: For being my wife.
Nora: You're welcome. And on that very loving and sweet note, I'm going to put on my super-duper headphones and I'm going to put my head on my handsome husband's shoulder and I'm going to zone out for a while.
Paul: Wow. It was a brilliant performance.
Daniel: Go away.
Paul: How long do you think you can keep this act going, huh? Nora here, she's -- she's a smart woman. Sooner or later, she's going to figure it out that you are just marrying her for that one-way ticket to the governor's mansion.
Daniel: No, no, see, that's where you're wrong. I love Nora.
Paul: Give me a break, Dan. You only love yourself and that killer ambition of yours, which is about to bite you in the ass.
Viki: Yes, this is Victoria Davidson.
Hayes: Mrs. Davidson, this is Hayes Barber. I'm Marcie Walsh's agent.
Viki: And what can I do for you, Mr. Barber?
Hayes: I don't know if you're aware, but Hudson Prescott and Julie Tanaka's deaths were not accidents. They were murdered by someone who's been copying the killings out of Marcie's book.
Viki: What is this all about?
Hayes: I wanted to give you and your paper permission to use excerpts from "The Killing Club" in upcoming articles related to the murders.
Viki: I see. And you would be doing this --
Hayes: For Marcie's protection, of course. The way I see it, the more media coverage there is, the safer she'll be.
Viki: Well, isn't that generous of you. But, Mr. Barber, I would never do anything to impede an ongoing murder investigation.
Hayes: Unfortunately, "The Sun" and some of the other scandal sheets may not share your journalistic ethics. This story is going to break, Mrs. Davidson. I'd just prefer to see it break in your paper.
Viki: Uh-huh. And why is that, because of my ethics or my paper's circulation?
Hayes: "The Killing Club" is already a bestseller, Mrs. Davidson. I'm doing this for Marcie. This is -- this is all about her.
Riley: How are you going to understand this if you never let me explain, huh?
Marcie: You know, I think I'm going to get going because, you know, you need to talk and I don't --
Jen: No, Marcie, stay. I want you to stay. I'm done talking.
Riley: What, we can't even talk anymore? Is that it? [Phone rings]
Daniel: Hey, hey, Riley, it's me.
Riley: Dad, where are you?
Daniel: We're coming home. Riley, I've done some things in the past that I'm not very proud of, to you and to mom. I swore I'd never be like my father. I never meant to hurt either one of you. I'm sorry, son, for so many things. I love you.
Riley: I love you, too. Is everything ok?
Daniel: Yeah. Yeah, it couldn't be better. See you soon.
Jen: So I guess you two are tight again, huh?
Riley: He's my father, Jen.
Jen: Yeah, he's the man that's trying to take my life away. Don't you get that? You can't love us both right now.
Officer: Found another one of your friends wandering around outside.
Natalie: May I have a seat?
Michael: Go ahead. What do you want?
Natalie: Well, there's really no easy way to say this, so I'm just going to come out and say it. I overheard you talking to John about his feelings for me.
Michael: You what?
Natalie: You know, about dating Ron. You said that it bothered him. He agreed.
Michael: Oh, man.
Natalie: No, I think it's good. I'm glad that I heard it.
Michael: Yeah, well, I'm not. It was a private conversation between me and my brother.
Natalie: Well, it's too late. I did hear it, and I'd like to talk to you about it.
Michael: Well, what you heard was me giving my brother a hard time. We've been doing it since we were kids, Natalie.
Natalie: I don't believe you.
Michael: The only thing my brother admitted to was that it bothered him a little bit to see you with another guy. That doesn't mean that he has feelings. That doesn't mean that he's jealous.
Natalie: You know, you sound just like my mother.
Michael: Yeah, well, maybe you should listen to your mother, ok? I'm telling you, Natalie, don't mess with John's head right now. The poor guy is just getting his life back together, so please don't get involved, ok?
Natalie: Who says that I want to?
Michael: Natalie, would you be sitting here talking to me right now if you didn't want to hook up with my brother? Tell me the truth.
Natalie: Truth? Yeah, I want to be with John. I really do.
John: That was good.
Evangeline: Yeah, but we were very, very bad.
John: Sorry I broke your chair. If you got glue, I think I can fix it.
Evangeline: Oh, God. Oh, no.
John: No, no, no, let the voicemail get it.
Evangeline: Wait, wait, wait. It could be a call from my mom. Something, something. She called, something's important. You're kidding. Evangeline Williamson. Hi, mom. Um -- yeah, I got your message. I just -- what's going on? What? Oh, no. Oh, God, no.
Evangeline: No, mom, I'm ok. Thank you. I -- uh -- when did it happen? Are you ok? Ok, I'll just -- I'll be there. I'll be there as soon as I can. I love you.
John: What is it?
Evangeline: My aunt died.
John: I'm sorry.
Evangeline: It's ok. She was my great-aunt, actually. You know, she's been very sick, so we -- we are not surprised. But still, you know --
John: I know. I know.
Evangeline: I'm going to go home. I have to go home for the funeral.
John: You want me to come with you?
Evangeline: No, John. It's ok, you don't have to.
John: I'm coming with you.
Evangeline: John, you have all this work, and what about your cases you're trying to close?
John: You come first.
Evangeline: Thank you.
Michael: Look, Natalie, I'm sorry that I forced my brother to talk about you. It was a mistake and I'd appreciate it if you didn't make it any worse.
Natalie: All I said is that I'm --
Michael: Look, I know what you said, and I'd like you to reconsider.
Natalie: I'm sorry, but how do you reconsider your feelings? Is that what you do, Michael? Is that what gets you through the night?
Michael: This isn't about me, it's not about you, it's about John. After Caitlin died, I wasn't sure that he was going to make it. It tore him up inside.
Natalie: Yeah. I was there. I went through the same thing, remember?
Michael: Which is why I'm asking you to back off. You should understand, ok? Now, he's doing better. He's with Evangeline, and she is good for him.
Natalie: And I'm not?
Michael: You want the truth? No, you're not.
Viki: Well, Bo, obviously, we're going to be very careful with the story. I don't want to make your job any more difficult. No, I mean, Marcie's agent didn't exactly say he was going to leak the story to the other papers, but he will. I'm sure he will. It's just a matter of time.
Hayes: And you'll have the story in for deadline, front page? Fantastic. Yeah, what's the headline going to be? "'The Killing Club' murders." Sweet and make it big and splashy. Oh, who am I kidding? You're "The Sun." Nobody makes a bigger splash.
Riley: Rex, what do you want?
Rex: Excuse me, and you are who again? I just stopped by to see how you were doing.
Riley: She's fine. Now leave.
Jen: I can speak for myself. Actually, I'm not fine. Riley's dad just called. He's on his way back from Paris, which means time's running out for me.
Rex: It's ok, we'll deal with it.
Riley: How, by trying to make her run away with you again?
Rex: Oh, would you just shut the hell up? I believe Jen is innocent. I'm trying to catch the freak who's setting her up. What are you doing?
Paul: Couldn't sleep? Yeah, didn't think so. You know, I got to tell you, I was -- I was very touched by that father-and-son conversation you had with Riley. I bet he's going to be very proud when he finds out you're setting his girlfriend up to take the fall for my murder. Here. Have some more. You're going to need your strength.
>> On the next "One Life to Live" --
Tess: I'm leaving this town tonight and I'm never looking back.
Hazel: To keep a secret from someone you love eats you alive.
Natalie: Thanks for the feedback. Hope you don't mind I'm going to ignore everything you just said. I want to be completely truthful with who I am and what I want.
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