OLTL Transcript Wednesday 6/1/05

One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 6/1/05

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Jessica: "Tess."  My name -- her name is Tess.

Robert: Hey, Charlie.  One more time, buddy.  What do you know?  It's you.  Hey, there, beautiful.  Long time no see.

Jessica: Uh, I'm sorry, I --

Robert: Hey, don't stress.  I'm only being friendly, you know?  I assume you're still on the outs with your boyfriend?  Last thing I need is more trouble from him.  Where is he, anyway?

Antonio: Hi, hon. Got your message about having to leave the hospital and go to work.  Listen, just take it easy, ok?  I'm here at Capricorn.  I'm going to work out Jamie's visitation schedule with R.J. so call me as soon as you can.  I love you.

R.J.: If you say "cash-flow problem" one more time --

Man: You're overextended, Mr. Gannon.

R.J.: I understand that, but I have operated this way before.

Man: But it's different this time.

Second man: You could be in serious trouble.

R.J.: What are you doing here?

Rachel: What are you doing?

Nora: Alphabetizing my C.D.’s.  Where's your luggage?

Rachel: I'm staying.

Nora: No, I won't allow it.

Rachel: Mom, a couple days won't matter.  My boss will understand.

Nora: No, Rachel, you're going home.  No argument.

Rachel: Mom --

Nora: Rachel, I'm fine.  I'm feeling much stronger already, ok?  Besides, you know how these things go.  There's another scandal waiting right around the corner, and the press will run off to go get it and they'll forget all about me and Daniel Colson.  And when the attention dies down, I will forget all about me and Daniel Colson.  Halfway there already.

Rachel: Then why are you still wearing your wedding rings?

John: Talk to Nora yet?

Bo: No, I tried, but her daughter, Rachel, said she doesn't want to see me.  I understand that.  Right now my focus is on Matthew, anyway.  Viki's going to bring him over soon.

John: Matthew.  How's he doing with all this?

Bo: It's hard to tell.  Hope he didn't hear too much of it on the news before I get a chance to talk to him.

John: It's got to be rough.

Bo: Yeah.  Good news is that "The Killing Club" case has been quiet.  The killer hasn't struck since the waitress at the diner.

John: Who had more than a passing resemblance to Natalie.  If she had her way, she'd use that to trap this guy.

Bo: What?

John: Your niece had this crazy idea about using herself for bait to trap this guy.

Bo: Bait?

John: Bait, yeah.  I -- I think I talked her out of it.

Natalie: I thought you were gone.

Rex: I had nothing better to do, so I thought I'd hang here.

Natalie: Mm-hmm, keep an eye on me?

Rex: Somebody has to.

Natalie: You know, I asked you to help me catch "The Killing Club" murderer.  You refused, so therefore, I'm going to have to do this by myself.

Rex: Whoa, whoa, whoa.  You didn't listen to a word I said, did you?

Natalie: No, I listened.  I just don't agree with you, that's all.

Rex: Ugh!  I feel like I'm talking to a rock.  You know, you're supposed to be the smart, levelheaded member of this family, Natty, not me, and going after "The Killing Club" psycho is definitely not smart.

Viki: What's this about "The Killing Club"?

Daniel: What do you want?  If you're looking for a confession, you're wasting your time.  For the record, I didn't kill Jen.  All they have is a caseload of circumstantial evidence.  Say something!

Ginger: I was, like, jumping for joy when you said ok, I swear.

Adriana: What?  I'm sorry.

Ginger: When you said you'd go shopping with me, I mean, especially with Tess being gone all the time now.  I mean, I'm just so not used to being in a house all day with the weather being so nice and everything, you know?

Adriana: Yeah, I was glad to get out, too.

Ginger: You must be pretty lonely with duke being gone.

Adriana: What do you think of this?

Ginger: Ooh!  It's a great color!

Adriana: Yeah.  I'll try it on.

Ginger: Adriana?

Adriana: Yeah?

Ginger: Where did you say Duke went?

Adriana: I didn't.  I just said he had a business trip.

Ginger: He didn't tell you any more than that?

Adriana: Why you so curious?

Ginger: I was just wondering.  I mean, if my boyfriend skipped town for mysterious reasons like that, I would be a nervous wreck.

Michael: Oh, jeez.  Oh, Riley.  Man, I'm sorry.

Riley: What's up, Michael?

Michael: Uh, hello.  Looks kind of like I should ask you that question.  What's up with all the cash, man?

Riley: Just went to the cash machine.

Michael: Oh, yeah, you just went to the cash machine.  That's obvious, man.  What's the money for?

Riley: Not today, Michael.

Michael: Riley -- you using again, man?

Lindsay: You said grace at thanksgiving.

Daniel: What are you talking about?

Lindsay: Riley sat to my left, Jen to my right.  It was going to be a new beginning for all four of us.  That's what you said.  That we were all going to put our differences aside for the sake of Jen and Riley.  Did you know even then sitting across the table that you were going to take my little girl away from me?

Daniel: I've heard enough of this.  Bo, get her out of here!

Lindsay: What were her last words?  Did she beg you for mercy?  Did she beg you for her life?

Daniel: I don't know.  I wasn't there.

Lindsay: You -- you bastard.  You're going to rot in hell for what you did!

Antonio: Am I interrupting?

R.J.: Obviously.  What do you want?

Antonio: I thought this might be a good time to work out Jamie's visitation schedule.

R.J.: Well, you're wrong, as usual.  Look, I'm trying to conduct some business here, so why not come back later when the club is open?

Antonio: Where does Jamie stay when you're conducting business?

R.J.: She's napping in my office.  I have my ears and eyes on her at all times.

Antonio: I want a moment with my daughter.

R.J.: A moment.

Man: As we were saying --

R.J.: No, no, look, not another word about my finances, not until Vega's out of the building.  Understood?

Robert: The way you looked at me that day --

Jessica: "That day"?

Robert: Yeah, when we ran into each other day at that diner?  Like I had 10 heads or something.

Jessica: Well, my -- my boyfriend was there and I couldn't have him know that we had shared something.

Robert: Well, we did more than share something, baby.  So I guess that means your boyfriend is here now?

Jessica: No, I'm just a little edgy today.

Robert: How about I relax you, just like I did that night in the motel room?  If you're still worried about the boyfriend, don't.  He doesn't have to find out, just as long as you don't cause trouble for me.

Jessica: "Trouble"?  What --

Robert: Yeah, like calling me at home or whatever.  I can't have my wife finding out what we've been up to, either.

Jessica: I know I gave you mixed signals.

Robert: Hey, I'm not one to hold a grudge.  That was then, this is now.

[Phone rings]

Robert: It's my wife.  I'll get rid of her.  Be right back.

Charlie: Tess, is something bothering you?

Jessica: I guess I forgot what a wild time I've had here, how many men I've met.

Charlie: How could you forget?  Xanadu just ain't the same without you.

Jessica: Yeah, nothing's the same.  Not anymore.            

Antonio: Jamie's still sleeping.

R.J.: Yes, that's what good children do in the afternoon, you know, they nap.

Antonio: How's business?

R.J.: Never better.  Business is business.

Antonio: Really?

R.J.: Why do you care about my business?

Antonio: Just making conversation, that's all.

R.J.: Yeah.  My business is my business.  Don't make me tell you that again.

Antonio: We are going to have that conversation regarding Jamie's visitation schedule.  You and your business associates have a nice day.

Natalie: Mom, of course I'm involved in "The Killing Club" case.  I mean, I do work at the police station.

Viki: Well, I hope that that's all it is.  And that your involvement is nothing more than, I don't know, filing paperwork?

[Phone rings]

Rex: I have to take this.  Hello?

Antonio: Rex Balsom, Antonio Vega.  I need to see you.

Rex: Me?  About what?

Antonio: I'll tell you when you get here.  Meet me at Capricorn in the back alley.

Rex: I have to take off.  I'm meeting somebody.

Natalie: Whatever.

Rex: I'll be back.  Don't do anything without me.

Matthew: Do you know where my dad is, Natalie?

Natalie: I think he's around here somewhere.  You ok?

Matthew: I don't know what's going on.  My dad won't tell me anything, and I haven't talked to my mom at all.  Why can't I just go home?

Nora: There.  Actually forgot I was wearing them.  But there they are, they're gone, and I'm fine.

Rachel: Mom, you're not fooling me.

Nora: Rachel, has it ever occurred to you that I've been through too much in my life to let a lying, spineless bastard like Daniel Colson get to me?  Now, you've missed too much work already, ok?

Rachel: I'll just change it to a later flight.  Ok?  I'm going to call the airlines.

Nora: Rachel?  Do you understand why Matthew isn't here?

Rachel: Of course I do.  You need time.

Nora: I didn't want him to have to walk through that pack of reporters outside the door coming and going from school.  I don't want him to have to pay for my mistakes.  I don't want to disrupt his life.  He's been with Viki for a couple of days, and he seems very happy.  She says he's happy.  She's taking him to see Bo today, so --

Rachel: Then there's no need to worry.  Hey, don't be so hard on yourself.

Nora: Right.  And to that end, I shall focus on shallow things, like organizing my music.

Rachel: And I'll go change my ticket.

Daniel: I -- I was going to leave this on your pillow when I spent my first night in Harrisburg.  It's -- it's for you.

Bo: Talking to Natalie's one thing.  Getting her to hear you?  That's another.

John: Hopefully, she heard me loud and clear.

Bo: Using herself as bait.

John: I know, I know.

Officer: Your son's here, commissioner.

Bo: Oh, thanks, thanks.  Hourly updates?

John: Yeah, you got it.

Bo: Hey!  There you are, bud.

Matthew: Hey, dad!

Bo: Hi.  Hi, Viki.

Viki: Hey, Bo.  Matthew has a lot of questions.

Bo: Ok.  Why don't we talk in my office?

Matthew: I'm not stupid, dad.  I know something bad happened and Mr. Colson's in jail.  I'm not a kid anymore.  Why can't you just tell me?  Please, what did Mr. Colson do?

Charlie: You didn't finish your drink.

Jessica: Oh.  I'm pacing myself.

Charlie: How about something to eat, on me?  I always take care of my best customers, especially after the way you took care of me.

Jessica: You're talking about -- you're talking about the good tips that I left you, right?

Charlie: Not to mention the c-note you slipped in my pocket.

Jessica: C-note?

Charlie: For getting rid of that Antonio guy.

Jessica: Oh.  Yeah, Antonio.

Charlie: Hope he's not still bugging you, is he?

Jessica: No, no, he's -- he's history.

Charlie: You know, some guys just can't accept when their ex has moved on.  Lucky I was around to watch your back and keep the jerk clueless.

Rex: I can't stay long.  I got to finish something up with Natalie.

Antonio: Well, I hope that something doesn't mean trouble.

Rex: Oh, we're weaving friendship bracelets.  What's up?

Antonio: Look, I'm sorry to hear about Jen.

Rex: Ok, Antonio, I appreciate that.  How about you get to the point?

Antonio: All right.  I know you and R.J. are co-owners at Ultra Violet.

Rex: Yeah.  So?

Antonio: So I know you hate being under his thumb and would love to get out from under it.

Rex: Ok, where you going with all this?

Antonio: I'm offering you a chance to be your own man.

Rex: You've got my attention.

Antonio: Just get close to him.

Rex: You mean spy on him?

Antonio: Yeah.  Then report everything back to me.

Riley: Using?  Come on, dude.

Michael: Whoa, whoa, whoa.  Then what's with all the money, man?  Why you cleaning out the A.T.M.?

Riley: Let me ask you, have you caught any of my recent acts at ultra violet?  No, because there haven't been any.  Seems like the only people who want to see the son of a murdering D.A. are the media, all right, so I'm just trying to close out and get as much cash as I can before they freeze our accounts.

Michael: Ok.  That makes sense, man.   just hope that's all it is.

Riley: Dude, believe what you want.

Michael: Look, if you need somebody to talk to, I'm here for you, man.

Riley: That's great.

Michael: Yeah.  That's great.

Daniel: If you're looking for closure for your daughter's death, you're not going to find it here.  I didn't kill Jen.

Lindsay: You think anybody believes that?

Daniel: A jury will find me innocent.  They will!

Lindsay: They're going to look in your eyes and see the truth.

Mark: I didn't know if I should come.  I didn't know what was right.  I'm here to ask for your forgiveness.

Judge waters' voice: Do you, Nora, take Daniel to be your husband?  To live with him in the covenant of marriage?

Judge waters' voice: Do you promise to love him, comfort him, honor and keep him, in sickness and in health, and forsaking all others, to be faithful to him as long as you both shall live?

Nora: I'm gun-shy.

Daniel: Then, look, if you want to take this thing one day at a time, that's ok.  I'll be your friend -- your boyfriend, and, you know, whatever happens, well, it'll work itself out.

Nora: God, I don't deserve you.  Are you having an affair?

Daniel: No.  How can you even ask such a thing?

Nora: Oh, I don't know.  Maybe it's all 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 and --

Nora: Yeah, and then there's the best cliché of all -- the hang-ups when I answer the phone.  So, who is she?

[Doorbell rings]

Daniel: Hang on, Nora, it could be important.

Nora: What's more important than our marriage?

Bo's voice: Nora, there's going to come a day when you realize that I'm just trying to help you see the truth before it's too late.

Rachel: Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Nora: I'm so stupid!  I'm just so stupid!

Robert: Hey, where you going?

Jessica: Um, something came up.

Robert: I just booked us into the motel we stayed in.

Jessica: I have to go.  Excuse me.

Robert: Hey, hey, hey, what's your problem?  You already gave it up to me once before!  You're a real nut job, you know that?

Rex: Oh, I cannot believe I'm standing here talking to you right now.

Antonio: I'm serious about this, Rex.

Rex: Spying?

Antonio: I walked in on R.J. and his accountants.  Whatever they were telling him, it wasn't good.

Rex: And you're hoping this not good news will help you get your kid back?  That your angle?

Antonio: And your angle is you might be able to get 100% of Ultra Violet back.

Rex: You are serious.

Antonio: It's a win-win for everybody.

Rex: I don't know.

Antonio: Look, Rex, I heard about what you did for Jen, fought to clear her name.  For what it's worth, I respect you for that.  It was a good thing.  This is a good thing, too.

Rex: So, what, you're saying this is some kind of moral compass for me?

Antonio: That's for you to decide.

Rex: Ok.  I'm in.

R.J.: I have already taken out another mortgage on Capricorn.  I've got a business deal that's about to close, and with the magic I know you two can make, we'll be back in the black before you know it.

Man: But if the deal doesn't close --

R.J.: No, no, that's enough!  Meeting adjourned, ok?  Thank you.

Rex: The back door's wide open, R.J. anyone can walk in.

R.J.: So you just did?  Why?  What do you want?

Rex: Look, I know I haven't been spending a lot of time at the club lately, but I'll make it up to you.

R.J.: Yeah, well, you did the best you could by Jen, so no apology needed.

Rex: Thanks.  So we'll talk about what needs to be done at the club sometime soon?

R.J.: Yeah, it's a possibility.

Rex: I'll call you.

Lindsay: Hi.

R.J.: Hey.  You saw Colson?  You feel any better?  Come here.

Natalie: Wow, didn't realize how early it was.  I thought it would be later.

John: Trying to get out of here?

Natalie: No, no, just have some plans with Rex.

John: Your plans don't have anything to do with --

Natalie: No. No, what we talked about earlier, you know, I gave that up, I told you.

John: Good.

Viki: I don't know who you think you're kidding, but it's not me.

Michael: Lieutenant Mc Bain.

John: Hey, Mikey.

Michael: What's going on?

John: You ready to give a statement on Jen's autopsy?

Michael: Yeah.  Hey, you got my report?

John: Yeah.  Something up?

Michael: I just ran into Riley on the street.  Man, the guy's a mess.

John: Yeah, yeah, I can imagine.  He'll get through it, though.  He's a tough kid. Hey, look, give me five minutes.

Michael: Yeah.

Bo: Matthew, there are men who don't fall in love with women.

Matthew: You mean they're gay.

Bo: Right.  Yeah, that's what I mean.

Matthew: There's a kid in my class who has two moms.

Bo: Right.  You know, you'll find that there's a lot of intolerance in this world, and a lot of it is aimed at people who are different, I mean, in a lot of ways.  You know, some are different -- they have different religions, different races.

Matthew: Prejudice.  That's what you're talking about, right?

Bo: Right.  And because of prejudice and intolerance and because of the fact that some people, they will not accept that everybody has the right to be who they really are, some people that are gay have a hard time telling their friends and their family the truth about themselves.

Matthew: What does this have to do with Mr. Colson?

Bo: Mr. Colson is gay.

Matthew: Then why did he marry mom?

Bo: I don't know.  I can only guess that he was afraid that people would not accept him as a gay man.  He was afraid they'd be prejudiced against him.

Matthew: So he pretended he wasn't gay and he lied to us.

Bo: Yeah.  But there was this other man, and he found out that Mr. Colson was gay, and then Daniel did a very bad thing to him, and he tried to make it look like Jen was the one who did the bad thing.

Matthew: So that's why Riley and Mr. Colson kept fighting about Jen.

Bo: Mm-hmm.  And you're going to hear a lot about this on the news.  Probably going to hear about it at school, too, so I thought it was important that you know the whole story, ok?  When Jen found out that Mr. Colson did this bad thing --

Matthew: Dad?

Bo: Hmm?

Matthew: Did Mr. Colson kill Jen?

Mark: I know what you must think of me, that I betrayed you.  Daniel, you got to believe I never meant for the truth about us to come out the way it did -- in front of Nora, Riley, the press.  I've spent so much of my life hiding.  I couldn't do it anymore.  I just need you to know that.  Despite everything that's happened, I know in my heart there's no way you could've killed anyone.

Daniel: So you believe I'm innocent?

Mark: Yeah.  I mean, the man I love and respect, he loves life way too much to even think about doing anything so horrible.  I'm going to stand by you, Daniel, no matter what.  We're going to beat this.  And I'm going to make sure you get out of here.

Ginger: Do you love this or what?  I mean, the top is a little tight, don't you think?  Adriana?

Adriana: What?  I'm sorry, what did you say?

Ginger: You're thinking about Duke, aren't you?

Adriana: No, I'm not.

Ginger: Wait.  You don't think he lied to you, do you?  I mean, whatever he told you about why he bolted on you?

Adriana: You know what, I didn't realize how late it's getting.  I -- I have to go.

Lindsay: When I saw Daniel, I just stared at him and I wondered who -- who was this stranger that I had allowed into my home, into my life?  How could I be attracted to a man that would eventually kill my little girl?

R.J.: Oh, Lindsay.  You're a good woman.  You look for the best in people.  You did with Rex and, hey, you did with me.

Lindsay: I thank god for Rex, you know, because if it hadn't been for him, Daniel wouldn't have been caught.

Rex: Hey, Antonio, it's me.  I set up a meeting with R.J.  I'll get you what you need.

Natalie: Mom, honestly, the look you're seeing, it's -- it's tiredness, honestly.  It's been a long day.

Viki: I hope so.  Look, I have to wait for Matthew, so I'm going to go get some tea.  Do you want some?

Natalie: No, but thank you.

Viki: Ok.

Michael: Mrs. Davidson?  Are you ok?

Rex: Ok, I know I'm going to hate myself for saying this, but I'll help you.

Bo: Son, I know this is hard on you, and I'm so sorry.  But you know what you can learn from this, what we can all learn from it is to accept people for who they really are. Because hatred and prejudice, it just ruins lives.  In Mr. Colson's case, I think it probably started out as self-hatred, and then it ended in this awful tragedy.  Do you understand?

Matthew: Sort of.

Bo: You know, what your mom and I want for you more than anything else is for you to always feel good about yourself.  And you need to know just how much we love you.  And don't ever think that there's anything that you could tell us that would make us love you any less.  Come here.

Rachel: Too tight?

Nora: It's fine.  Sweetie, your plane leaves in two hours.

Rachel: I still have time.

Nora: No, the security lines are very long.  I'll clean up this mess.  You go to the airport.

Rachel: I don't want to leave you, mom, not like this.

Nora: I'm fine.  I'm fine.  We can call each other, ok, write, e-mail, instant message.  There's always carrier pigeon, you know.  And if I need you to come back, you'll come back, right?

Rachel: Yes.

Nora: I love you.

Rachel: I love you, too.

Nora: Ok.  I promise, no more throwing things or breaking things.

Rachel: As soon as I land, I am going to call you on the hour every hour.

Nora: You need to go.  Go, young lady.  Go.

[Doorbell rings]

Nora: Oh, Rachel, honey, what did you forget?

Reporter: Mrs. Colson, do you believe that your husband's innocent?

[Reporters shout]

Daniel: Mark, you have no idea how much I need you in my life, what I'd do, what I'd sacrifice so that we could be together.  Do you have any idea what I've had to do to hold on to what I have, who I've had to sacrifice?  Mark?  What is it?  What's wrong?

Adriana: Hey, Duke.  It's me.  Just wanted to hear your voice.  Call me as soon as you get this, ok?

Antonio: Adriana, hey.

Adriana: Hey.  How's it going?

Antonio: Oh, it's going, a work in progress.  How about you?

Adriana: Good.  Look, I've love to catch up, but I got to go.

Antonio: Ok.  What's the rush?

Adriana: Just a little worried about Duke.  I haven't heard from him in a while.

Antonio: All right.  You call me if you need me.

Antonio: Yes, I need to check some public records.  Specifically, two deeds on two restaurants here in Llanview.  Yes, Capricorn and Ultra Violet.  Yes.

Charlie's voice: Lucky I was around to watch your back and keep the jerk clueless.

Robert's voice: What's your problem?  You already gave it up to me once before.

Ginger: Tess, what's wrong?  Why are you crying?

Natalie: So what made you change your mind?

Rex: I don't know.  I thought about you being out there by yourself.  Then I thought about how I'd feel if anything ever happened to you.  So here I am.  How are we going to catch this "Killing Club" guy?

Natalie: Well, there's this place on the map, looks a lot like the description in Marcie's book.

Rex: Ok.  Where?

Natalie: Want to take a walk?

Viki: No, no, I'm fine, thanks.  I got a little dizzy for a second.

Michael: You're sure?  The hospital's not too far away.  We could go and check it out.

Viki: Oh, gracious, no, no.  Thanks, doctor, but, no, I'm fine, honest, thank you.

Michael: Ok.  Ok.

Man: This stuff is primo, dude.  I could shop it for, like, double the price back in Philly.

Officer: Police!  Freeze!

Second officer: You're under arrest.  Don't move.

Daniel: What is it?  What's -- what's wrong?

Mark: You've said that before.  You used almost those exact same words.

Daniel: I -- I don't know what you're talking about.

Mark: On Mother's day, when we met in the hotel room.  I came to the door.  You were shaking.  You were upset.  You said you'd kill to keep our secret.

Daniel: Oh, Mark, Mark, this is insane.  Mark, you're letting Bo's lies get to you.  You're letting him win!

Mark: I wanted so badly to forget about our fight that night, how bad you looked, how desperate you were.  Why were you so scared, Daniel?

Daniel: I wasn't scared, Mark.  I was trying to impress upon you how much I wanted things to work out between us.

Mark: No, no, no, I don't know, I think it was more than that.  I mean, my God, how could I not have remembered?

Daniel: Mark, mark, you're making too big a deal out of this.  It was just one night.

Mark: It wasn't just one night!  It was the night Jen was -- you did it.  You killed Jen!

Reporter: Come on, Mrs. Colson, just a few questions.

Nora: Leave me alone!

Reporter: What's it like being married to a murderer?

Nora: Go away!

[Doorbell rings]

Nora: You've got to be kidding.  You've got to be -- I said get the hell out of here!

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

Ginger: The first part of your plan worked, fixing it so Antonio wouldn't get custody of his daughter.

Nora: You knew my husband was a killer and you weren't going to tell me!

Evangeline: You really think she'd do this?

John: Let's just hope we find this place before it's too late.

Rex: Did you hear that?

Natalie: What?

Rex: Someone's coming.

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