One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 5/12/05
Proofread by Kathy
Lindsay: Okay, so I'll see you soon? Oh, Will? Have a good flight, a safe flight. I love you. Bye.
Daniel: What am I supposed to say?
Nora: Yes or no -- are you having an affair?
Daniel: No. No. How can you even ask such a thing?
Nora: Oh, I don't know. Maybe it's all the -- these mysterious meetings you sneak off to for hours at end, the secret phone calls --
Daniel: I explained that. That was the governor. He put his trust in me --
Nora: Yeah, and then there's the best clichť of all -- the hang-ups when I answer the phone. So, who is she, Daniel?
Daniel: Nora --
Nora: The governor's aide? What's her name? Bailey?
Nora: I come in here; you're in the middle of an embrace or something. I mean, she is a very beautiful woman.
Daniel: Yes, yes, yes, she very -- she's very beautiful. And she came by to offer her condolences. She knows that we were close to Jen, and she was expressing her sympathies. That's what you saw.
Nora: Something's not right here, Daniel. You and I both know that. It hasn't been right since we got married, so -- I mean, if there's another woman, just tell me.
Nora: Ignore it.
Daniel: No, Nora, it could be important.
Nora: What's more important than our marriage?
John: Natalie? Oh -- oh, God. I thought it was you. I thought it was you.
Evangeline: Figured I'd find you here.
John: Why is that?
Evangeline: Because I know you, and I know exactly who you're obsessing about.
[TV turns off]
Ron: Hey, Natalie. It's Ron.
Ron: Guess you heard about Jen Rappaport, huh?
Natalie: Yeah, yeah. How's Marcie doing?
Ron: Oh, she's taking it pretty hard.
Natalie: Look, I'm really sorry. This is very sad for everyone.
Ron: Yeah. You want to maybe meet up, grab a beer or something?
Natalie: Okay, honestly, I'm just -- I'm not in the mood. I have to work early in the morning and --
Ron: Yeah, no, that's -- that's cool. Another night, then?
Natalie: Okay, let's talk tomorrow.
Ron: Yeah, okay. Sure thing. Good night.
Natalie: Good night.
Ginger: So how do you know Todd Manning?
Tess: I've seen him around. Isn't he your neighbor?
Ginger: Yeah. He lives down the hall from me.
Ginger: I feel really sorry for him and his wife. Apparently, some crazy woman tried to mess with their lives.
Kelly: That's it, isn't it? That's the secret that Todd has been keeping from Blair. When Margaret had him in that cabin, she raped him.
Kevin: Just let it go, please.
Kelly: Kevin, this is serious. Blair knows that he's keeping something from her. I need to know. Did -- did Margaret rape Todd?
Blair: Why couldn't you tell me?
Todd: Tell you what? Okay, I get it. You're right. You're upset because I'm doing the surveillance on the Buchanans.
Blair: I don't care about the Buchanans.
Todd: Asa is going to make contact sooner or later, and this is the only way we can find him.
Blair: Todd, Todd, this isn't about Asa. Not this time.
Todd: What's it about? What's wrong?
Blair: I know.
Todd: You know what?
Blair: I know what Margaret Cochran did to you.
Kelly: Margaret raped Todd? How do you know this?
Kevin: He told me.
Kelly: He told you?
Kevin: Yes, he told me when I found him on the side on the road. We were driving back to Llanview in the snowstorm. We got into an argument, as usual, reliving the past -- what he did to me, what did to him -- and he got angry and he blurted it out.
Kelly: Oh, my God.
Kevin: Apparently, she forced him. He had no choice. She threatened to kill Blair if he didn't have sex with her.
Kelly: This is unbelievable. I -- after everything that happened with Marty Saybrooke, I just can't believe it's coming back on him. I got to tell Blair.
Kevin: What? No, no, no, no. Don't tell Blair.
Kelly: Why not?
Kevin: Well, for one, I promised Todd that I wouldn't tell anyone.
Kelly: Since when do you care about keeping promises to Todd?
Kevin: Look, Kelly --
Kelly: No, Blair needs to know about this. She deserves to know.
Kevin: She can't handle the truth right now. All right? Sometimes what you do know can hurt you.
Lindsay: I can't be with anybody right now.
Rex: You shouldn't be alone.
Lindsay: Well, I am alone. My daughter's gone and she's never coming back.
Rex: Lindsay, just listen to me for a minute
Lindsay: I'm just asking you to leave me alone! I'm fine.
Rex: No, you're not fine, okay? Neither am I, not at all.
Lindsay: Oh, God. It's my fault; I know it is.
Rex: No, no, no, it's not.
Lindsay: She was so scared and desperate, she didn't see any other way out. She gave up and I didn't see it. What kind of mother am I?
Rex: A good one.
Lindsay: Why didn't I save her? Why couldn't I help her? Why didn't I know she needed my help?
Rex: Just -- just listen to me, okay? Jen did not kill herself, okay? She was murdered.
Mark: I can't keep our relationship a secret anymore. We have to tell your wife the truth.
Mark: Hi, Mrs. Colson. Mark Solomon.
Nora: Oh, yes. Viki Davidson introduced us at the Love center.
Mark: I was part of the Love crew.
Nora: Oh, well, it's nice to meet you again. What can we do for you?
Daniel: You know, Mark, this is not a good time right now.
Mark: I'm sorry to come by unannounced. I know it's late.
Daniel: You know, my son's not here. But if you want to see him --
Mark: Yeah, I'm not here to see Riley. I'm actually here to see you, Mrs. Colson. There's something you need to know.
John: Hey, look, I --
Evangeline: I was referring to "The Killing Club" murderer. That is why you're here, isn't it?
John: Yeah, that's why I'm here.
Evangeline: I just got the news about Jen Rappaport, and it's just so sad that a girl that beautiful and young felt that she had no other option.
John: Yeah, it is.
Evangeline: I don't know how you do it. I don't know how you deal with all this death and sadness.
John: Comes with the job.
Evangeline: Don't make it your life.
John: It isnít.
Evangeline: Yeah, but it has been in the past, and I don't want you to become so consumed with the case that you completely withdraw from the rest of the world.
John: You mean from you?
Evangeline: Well, I won't deny a selfish motive, but this is about you, John, and what this does to you.
John: Sometimes the only way to stop these guys is to get inside their head. It's not always a pleasant place to be, but I don't know any other way.
Evangeline: Then I guess it's my job to make sure you can escape every once in a while.
John: You sure you want to sign up for that?
Evangeline: Very sure.
John: Look, the -- the waitress who was killed here -- she used to cover some shifts at Ultraviolet, and I was supposed to go over there and talk to the manager, see if I can't dig something up.
Evangeline: Well, how about I come with you?
John: You, come with me? Well, yeah, that's one idea.
Evangeline: That's not very convincing.
John: Okay, Counselor. Let's go catch a bad guy. Come on.
Ginger: So how do you know Todd Manning?
Tess: Ginger, what does it matter?
Ginger: I'm just curious.
Tess: Well, he's Jessicaís uncle.
Ginger: Your roommate?
Tess: Yeah, well, you see, the thing is, Ginger, Jessica isn't exactly my roommate.
Ginger: She's not? But I thought -- okay, well, then who is she?
Tess: Uh, you know what, Ginger? I think that we should call it a night.
Ginger: Why? It's so early. You're usually out till last call.
Tess: I know, but, you know, I -- you know, it's lame here tonight anyway. I just think we should go. Come on.
Tess: Damn it. Damn it, damn it, damn it. I forgot my purse.
Ginger: Well, go get it. I'll just wait.
Tess: Uh -- , Ginger, it's okay. You know, I'll see you tomorrow, okay? Call me tomorrow.
Ginger: All right. Good night.
Tess: Good night.
Tess: Hi! What are you doing here?
Antonio: Hi. I couldn't sleep. You know, I've just been replaying the custody hearing in my -- in my head, thinking about what's going to happen tomorrow, all that stuff.
Tess: Yeah, yeah. I'm -- I'm really worried about it, too.
Antonio: You here alone?
Tess: No. Natalie is supposed to be meeting me here. You know, she's in kind of a mood, and she wanted to meet me here for a drink, and of course, you know, she's running late.
Antonio: Well, I'm sure she's on her way.
Tess: Yeah. You know, I should call her. Excuse me.
Tess: Excuse me. The last thing I need is to be caught in a lie by this loser.
Tess: Hi, Natalie, it's Jess.
Natalie: Hey. What's up?
Tess: Listen, do you want to come to Ultraviolet?
Natalie: I'm kind of in for the night.
Tess: Oh, come on, just for one drink. We never get to spend any real, quality sister time together.
Natalie: Jess, I'm really beat.
Tess: Just one drink, Natalie? One drink. Come on, come on. Please, please, please, please, please? For your twin sister? Please?
Natalie: Okay. Fine. One drink.
Tess: Excellent. See you here.
Kelly: You really think it's better that Blair not know about this? I mean, would you rather not know about Ace?
Kevin: Well, I'd still have my son.
Kelly: Kevin --
Kevin: What, you think I want to be in this mess? I wish Todd would have never told me.
Kelly: Well, he did tell you, and you're in the middle of this whether you like it or not.
Kevin: I didn't agree with him, okay? I said that Blair should know, so I tried. I tried to tell her what Margaret did to him.
Kelly: You tried?
Kevin: Yes, I tried, and she completely lost it before I could even get the words out. She actually attacked me.
Kelly: She attacked you?
Kevin: Yes! So I backed off, all right? Todd was right. She's too fragile to hear this. She can't handle it right now.
Kelly: I think you're wrong. I think Blair is a lot stronger than what you think.
Kevin: Are you willing to bet her sanity on that?
Kelly: Oh, come on. If she knows the truth, then she can deal with it. She can help Todd through this.
Kevin: Oh, and you think he's all of a sudden going to get in touch with his emotions, huh? Open up to Blair? That's not the way he works. That's not the way he operates.
Kelly: He loves Blair, and Blair loves him. If she knows the truth, she can help him deal with what Margaret did to him. If not, then the secret is going to be between them forever. Kevin, come on. I'm right about this. Trust my instincts.
Kevin: Well, you're not giving me much choice, are you?
Kevin: Okay. All right, you're right, she should know. But just do me a favor.
Kevin: Before you tell her, give me a chance to talk to Todd, and I'll give him a chance to tell Blair himself.
Todd: What are you talking about?
Blair: Look, please don't do this.
Todd: Do what? It's no secret what Margaret did to me. She -- she shot me in my legs. She held me prisoner. She -- she tried to blow me up with a homemade bomb. That's --
Blair: Look, Todd, I know everything.
Todd: Are the children upstairs? I think I'm going to go --
Blair: Please, we need to talk about this.
Todd: What do we need to talk about? What do we need to talk about?
Blair: I know.
Todd: You know what?
Blair: I know that Margaret tried to force you to have sex with her, that she --
Todd: No, that's -- that's crazy.
Blair: That she raped you.
Todd: No, no. Who told you that?
Blair: It doesn't matter, Todd.
Todd: It does matter because it's a lie.
Blair: Why would Kevin lie about something like that?
Todd: Did Kevin tell you that?
Blair: Look, it's not about Kevin, Todd. Please, you can -- would you just -- Will you talk to me about it? Please, just -- Todd, please don't go. Please don't -- please don't go. We can talk about this!
Lindsay: What are you talking about? Jen wasn't murdered.
Rex: She would never kill herself, Lindsay. She was a fighter. It's not in her to just give up, no matter how scared she was.
Lindsay: What about that letter she wrote to Riley? She was saying goodbye. That was a suicide note.
Rex: Nowhere in that note did she say goodbye, or that she couldn't take it anymore, that she was giving up.
Lindsay: But she did give up.
Rex: No. Look, think about it, Lindsay. If that was a suicide note, why didn't she write one to you or her brother or me? The ones who believed in her?
Lindsay: I don't know. I don't think we'll ever know the answer to that now.
Rex: Look; maybe it was a goodbye note to Riley, but not to her whole life. The last -- the last time that I saw her, at The Palace, I had gotten a lead on Paul's real killer, and Jen was excited. She knew that we were getting close to clearing her. She had hope.
Lindsay: I know why you're doing this. I know why. Because you feel like you failed her. You feel guilty like I do.
Lindsay: The last few years of her life were really hard, and a lot of that was because of me.
Rex: Lindsay, stop this.
Lindsay: I was her mother. I was supposed to protect her from this world, not make her world more miserable. I caused her so much unhappiness.
Rex: Lindsay, you were a good mother.
Lindsay: Oh, for God's sake!
Rex: Jen loved you.
Lindsay: Rex, I killed her father!
Rex: It was an accident.
Lindsay: It doesn't matter. She didn't know that. All she knew was that I took her away a father that she loved more than anything in the world. I slept with you, someone that she loved.
Lindsay: Oh, yeah, she loved you. I have no doubt about that.
Rex: Well, then that's all the more reason to catch whoever did this and make them pay for it.
Daniel: Mark, right? Like I said, my wife and I were just in the middle of a discussion, so --
Nora: It's all right, Daniel. Come on in, Mark. Have a seat. Can I get you anything? Some water, some soda, anything like that? Anything to eat?
Mark: No, I'm fine, thanks.
Nora: You sure?
Nora: Okay. So, what is it that you wanted to tell me?
Mark: Jen Rappaport was a good friend of mine, and her death tonight got me thinking a lot about life and relationships and love.
Nora: Yes, we were all devastated by what happened.
Mark: It's such a shame. She had so much of her life ahead of her.
Nora: I'm afraid I'm still a little bit in shock myself. I don't understand why you've come here to see me, Mark. What is it that you think I should know? What is it?
Blair: Todd, please come home. We can talk about this. I don't blame you. We'll deal with it together. Just -- just call me when you get this message, okay? Oh, God, where could he be? Kevin. He went after Kevin.
Blair: Sweetie, what are you doing up?
Starr: I heard the door slam. What's going on?
Blair: Nothing. Everything's fine.
Starr: Where's Dad?
Kelly: Well, that you'd give Todd a chance to come clean, considering how much you two hate each other.
Kevin: Well, it hasn't changed much. Still, nobody should have to go through what he has.
Kelly: I'm impressed.
Kevin: By what?
Kelly: By you.
Kevin: Don't give me too much credit. The sooner Blair knows, the sooner it's off my plate.
Kelly: What? Todd! Todd!
Todd: You're a dead man, Buchanan!
Kelly: Todd, stop it! Stop!
Natalie: Hey. I'm here.
Tess: Hi. What took you so long, slowpoke?
Natalie: I got here as fast as I could.
Tess: Iím just kidding, Sis. Come on.
Natalie: Whatever. Hi, Antonio.
Tess: You don't mind if he joins us, do you?
Natalie: No, not at all.
Tess: Well, go get yourself a drink.
Antonio: Why don't I get it for you?
Natalie: No, no, no, it's okay. You guys set?
Antonio: Yeah, yeah, we're good.
Natalie: I'll be right back.
Antonio: All right.
John: Hey, why don't you go get us a table? I'm going to find this manager. Shouldn't take too long.
Evangeline: All right. Then I can have you all to myself.
John: You got it.
Blair: Your -- your dad -- he -- he went to the office. He had some things that he needed to -- you know, some work that he -- everything's fine. You -- did we wake you up? We're sorry. We were talking.
Starr: It didn't sound like you were talking.
Blair: Really? Well, why don't you go on up to bed, Sweetie? Everything's okay.
Starr: You're lying to me. Tell me what's going on.
Blair: No, everything's fine.
Starr: Mom, tell me, please!
Blair: Well, there is a little problem. But there's nothing for u to worry about, all right?
Starr: Well, I am worried about it. We just became a family again, and now you guys are fighting. You're going to split up.
Blair: No, that is not going to happen, do you hear me? It's not, Sweetie. Look at me. Your daddy and I -- we love each other, and we love you and Jack. And there is nothing, nothing in this whole world that is going to split this family up, not if I have anything to do with it. You hear me?
Starr: Yeah, but --
Blair: No, just -- no buts. Do you trust me? Do you trust me?
Starr: I guess.
Kelly: Stop it! Stop it!
Todd: You had to tell her, didn't you? Huh?
Kelly: He didn't!
Todd: You had to tell her!
Kelly: He didn't tell her anything, Todd!
Todd: You had to tell Blair what happened to Margaret and me!
Kelly: Stop it! Stop! He didn't tell her anything!
Todd: Blair told me herself!
Kelly: That's not possible, Todd! Stop it!
Todd: You're going to pay for this, Buchanan.
Kelly: Stop it!
Ginger: Hey, I know it's late, but I was just on my way in and the doorman mentioned something about Mr. Manning running out of here like a wild man. Is everything okay?
Blair: No. Everything's not okay.
Mark: You see, last September I went to Philly for the weekend --
Daniel: Nora, isn't that your cell phone? I think you were waiting for a phone call from Rachel, weren't you?
Nora: Oh. I'm sorry. If it's her, I have to take it. It is her. I'm sorry. Rachel, honey? Are you there? Thank you for calling me back. Yeah.
Daniel: What are you doing? Why the hell are you here?
Mark: Because I love you, and I'm tired of us living this lie. We deserve more than that.
Daniel: No! I thought we talked about this. I thought I had gotten through to you.
Mark: Well, Jen's death changed things. I mean, it made me realize how short life is. Look, we love each other. Why should we be ashamed of that? I mean, should we waste another minute not being together, not being a real couple?
Daniel: You know why.
Mark: You know what? All this sneaking around and lying isn't just killing you. It's killing me, too. Look, once it's out in the open, it'll be fine. Your wife will understand.
Daniel: Are you out of your mind? Nora will never understand. No one will.
Mark: Why? Look, being gay is nothing to be ashamed of.
Daniel: Do you have any idea how hard I've worked to get to where I am?
Mark: Yes, and you know what? Coming out will not change any of that. It doesn't have to be a bad thing.
Daniel: Look, Mark, what are you trying to do, ruin my life? Is that what you want?
Mark: No, of course not.
Daniel: Good. Good. Because you don't know what I've had to do to keep our relationship secret.
Mark: No, I don't, because you keep shutting me out.
Daniel: Please. Mark, I think you'd better go.
Mark: I'm sorry; I can't do that. We have a right to be happy, and your wife has a right to know the truth.
Daniel: That's for her to decide. Think about what you're doing.
Mark: I have.
Daniel: No. No, no, Mark, no, you havenít. If you tell Nora about us, it'll ruin everything that we have.
Mark: You know, I'm trying to save what we have. I'm trying to make it real.
Daniel: No, no. If you love me the way you say you do, you'll be quiet.
Nora: I'm so sorry for the interruption. What was it that you wanted me to know?
Mark: I -- I think you should know how important you were to Jen. I mean, when we were living together at the Love shack, she always talked about what an amazing person you were. She really looked up to you. One time she even said she thought of you as kind of a second mother.
Rex: If there was any way that I could bring her back, I would.
Lindsay: I know.
Rex: You know, you said before that Jen loved me. Now, I don't know if that's true or not, but I know one thing for sure. I loved her.
Lindsay: I know. And she knew it, too.
Rex: She was everything to me. She was so special. She was just so --
Lindsay: Full of life.
Rex: Think about it, Lindsay. Do you honestly believe that Jen would just throw her life away? She didnít. Somebody took it from her. Shouldn't they have to answer to that?
Lindsay: Yes. They absolutely should.
Nora: I cared very deeply for Jen. It's nice to know that she felt the same way about me.
Mark: Oh, she did.
Nora: Well, it's very sweet of you to come over here and tell me that. Thank you very much.
Daniel: Yeah. Yeah, thanks for coming by.
Mark: Well, I should be going. I hope I didn't take up too much of your time.
Nora: No. No, it was very thoughtful of you, Mark. Thank you.
Nora: Nice kid.
Daniel: Yeah, yeah, he seems like it.
Nora: Daniel, I owe you an apology for accusing you of having an affair.
Daniel: Well, just out curiosity, what changed your mind?
Nora: Mark. What he said about Jen. It just reminds me of how precious life is. And I found someone that I wanted to share the rest of my life with, someone that I was head over heels in love with, and I don't want to jeopardize all of that with stupid suspicions and paranoid fantasies and -- I'm so sorry. Can you ever forgive me?
Daniel: Of course I can.
Kelly: Todd, stop it! Let him go, please!
Kevin: I didn't tell your damn secret!
Todd: Shut up, you liar.
Kelly: He's been with me all night --
Todd: Shut up, Kelly!
Kelly: He's been with me all night! Blair must have found out some other way!
Kelly: Are you okay? Are you okay?
Kelly: Are you okay?
Todd: All right. Maybe -- maybe you didn't tell Blair. But you told her, didn't you?
Kevin: She figured it out on her own.
Todd: Yeah, but you confirmed it?
Kevin: Yeah. But I gave you my word I wouldn't tell Blair, and I didnít.
Todd: She set you up. You idiot. There's a bug under that lampshade. Blair heard everything.
Kevin: You and Blair set me up?
Kelly: No! No.
Kevin: Kelly, don't lie to me.
Kelly: Kevin, if there's a bug in this office, I don't know anything about it, all right? I mean, my God, I can't believe you think I would do that to you. I thought we were starting to trust each other.
Kevin: So did I.
Kelly: Kevin Ė
John: How you doing?
Natalie: Better. Thanks for listening earlier.
Natalie: I was about to get a drink. You want one?
John: Well, I'm sort of working, and I'm here with Evangeline.
John: Hey, thanks for that suggestion. It was -- it was the right call, helping Bo on the Cramer case. Well, look; I have to go find this manager. I'll -- I'll see you around.
Tess: You know, I really could've taken Natalie up on that drink. Would you mind getting me another one?
Antonio: No, no. Vodka tonic? Yeah?
Tess: Yes, thank you. Whatever. A free drink is a free drink.
Ron: Natalie? Hey.
Natalie: Hi, Ron.
Ron: I -- I thought you were in for the night.
Natalie: I was. I -- I meant to. It's just my sister was out, and she called and practically begged me to come out and have a drink with her.
Antonio: Here you go.
Tess: Thank you.
Antonio: I'm a little confused.
Tess: About what?
Antonio: I just heard Natalie telling Ron that you called her, begging her to come out for a drink. I thought you were already waiting for her when I got here.
Tess: I was.
Antonio: So why did she say you called her?
Tess: Uh -- um -- you know, Natalie probably didn't want Ron to know that she was really here chasing after John. And you know how Natalie is.
Tess: Yeah. You know, do you mind -- I'm sorry -- if I just skip the drink? I'm, you know, tired, and I want to be really, you know, there for you tomorrow morning at the custody hearing.
Antonio: Yeah, I'd like that.
Tess: And, of course, you know, I feel a little anxious, my mom being home all alone and everything.
Antonio: I'll walk you out.
Tess: Great, thank you.
Antonio: You want to tell Natalie that you're leaving? See if she wants to come with us?
Tess: No, I got a feeling she's not ready to leave yet.
Ron: So, tell me the truth. Are you trying to blow me off?
Natalie: No, I swear, okay? Look, I'm actually really glad that you came.
Natalie: Yeah. Come on; let's dance.
Evangeline: Hey, did you talk to the manager?
John: He had already taken off. I have to come back tomorrow.
Evangeline: Okay. I guess that means I have you to myself for the rest of the night.
Ginger: Do you want to talk about it? I'm a pretty good listener.
Blair: Yeah, I remember, and -- you know what, I'm just a little worried about Todd. And if the kids weren't asleep right now, I --
Ginger: What? You would go look for him?
Ginger: Look, I'm in for the night. I can take care of them if you want.
Blair: Oh, no, I couldn't ask you to do anything like that.
Ginger: Really, it's not a big deal. I can just hang out and watch TV.
Blair: Oh --
Ginger: Look, Blair, you seem really worried. If you need to go find Mr. Manning, then you should.
Blair: Are you sure it wouldn't be too much of an imposition? I --
Ginger: No, no, not at all. ..
Blair: Okay. You know what, Ginger? Thank you so much. My cell phone number is right on the refrigerator door, and you can call me if you need anything, all right?
Ginger: Okay. Gotcha.
Blair: And I'll call you as soon as I hear something.
Ginger: All right, take all the time you need. Really, it's not a big deal.
Blair: I really owe you.
Lindsay: If you're right -- if Paul Cramerís killer murdered my daughter --
Rex: I am right. I know it.
Lindsay: I'll do anything I can to help you prove that.
Rex: We're going to get whoever did this, Lindsay.
Lindsay: And when we do, I'll destroy them. And God help anyone who gets in my way.
Nora: I can't stop thinking about Jen. Whether she killed Paul Cramer or not, just the idea of her all alone in her car -- what she must have been going through. What a terrible way to die.
Nora: I hope she's found some peace.
Daniel: I'm sure she has. Try not to think about her. Put her out of your mind. That's what I'm trying to do.
>> On the next "One Life to Live" --
Marty: You're not happy to see me? You thought it was all fun and games the night you raped me.
Mark: I'm in love with a married man.
Daniel: Can you make up another autopsy that supports the suicide theory?
Bo: Colson, what are you doing here?
Lindsay: Your husband killed my daughter.
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