One Life to Live Transcript Monday 6/6/05
Proofread by Brandi
[Knock on door]
Viki: Jessie, may I come in?
Jessica: One second. Is everything ok?
Viki: Yeah, everything's fine with me. Are you ok? I mean, you've been holed up in there for hours. What are you doing?
David: Sorry to interrupt.
Kevin: Then don't.
Kelly: What do you want, David?
David: The gentleman you were speaking to -- did he happen to mention his name?
Kelly: Dr. Truman. Spencer.
David: Did Dr. Truman mention where he might be going?
Kevin: Why are you so interested in him?
Spencer: Notes on fiber optic tracheal intubation versus nasal flexible fiber optic intubation in regard to emergent case Jack Manning, 2005. Cup of coffee.
Evangeline: Oh --
Spencer: Oh --
Evangeline: Oh, my God, I'm so sorry!
Spencer: It's all right, it's all right.
Evangeline: Oh, wait, wait, wait, here, here.
Spencer: Not that bad.
Evangeline: No, no, no. Wait, wait, let me just -- I'm so sorry. I guess I'm jumpy enough without the caffeine, right?
Spencer: Well, caffeine, of course, actually, pharmacologically speaking, does belong to a group of alkaloids, brain-stimulating alkaloids called methylxanthines. Of course, the overall effects of the bean are still widely debated.
Evangeline: You writing a book?
Spencer: Already did. Of course, I can't say that I always practice what I preach. Spencer Truman.
John: Michael. Hey. Where's Marcie?
Michael: Uh, she's having dinner with her agent.
John: You know where they went?
Michael: No, she didn't say.
Natalie: What's wrong, John?
John: The arrow that nearly killed you, it and the crossbow that shot it were purchased on the internet by Hayes Barber.
Marcie: Hayes, what is the matter with you? You sound like you want these murders to keep happening.
Hayes: No, Marcie, listen to --
Marcie: No, ok? No, you listen to me. This sicko killed three people. Two of them were my friends, and there is no way that I'm going to take advantage of their deaths -- to sell more books?
Hayes: Yeah, I'm making you a star, and that makes me a star. I have prize-winning authors banging down my door, begging me to represent them. Do you know how long I've waited for an opportunity like this?
Marcie: Do you even care? Do you? Do you even care how your big opportunity happened?
Hayes: Yeah, I made it happen.
Hayes: I'm an idea guy. You know, sometimes a great idea knocks on the door. Sometimes you have to invent it. But when I find one, I run with it until it pays off.
Marcie: Oh, and as long as there's a killer on the loose, it's paying off big time, so you're ok with it? You know, maybe the killer should just hit you up for half of your commission, seeing as you two work so well together.
Michael: John, are you saying that Marcie's agent could be --
John: I need to find him now, Mike.
Michael: Well, they didn't -- they didn't say where they were going. Marcie just told me that she was going to dinner with her agent. John, she could be in danger.
Natalie: Call her cell. Find out exactly where she is.
John: And if she's still with barber. Ok?
John: It's Mc Bain. I need to get a search warrant for the premises and property of Hayes Barber.
Hayes: That was a cheap shot.
Marcie: No. No, it wasn't, because you just said that this lunatic is the best thing that ever happened to you.
Hayes: You misunderstood. I'm a peaceful guy, Marcie. I want these murders to stop as much as you do.
Marcie: I'm not hungry anymore.
Hayes: No, Marcie, look, I'm sorry. We got off on the wrong foot tonight. Look, you have to know that I have your best interests at heart. You're my best client, my favorite client.
Marcie: Please, Hayes, I don't want to hear anything else.
Hayes: Look, look, I have -- I've come up with some new ideas for promoting your book. Why don't we go back to my place and I'll show you what I've been thinking.
Marcie: I think that I just want to go home.
Hayes: And beat yourself up over what happened to Julie and Hudson? Marcie, what good is that going to do? You have to keep busy.
Marcie: You have no idea what I need.
Hayes: Ok, it's not going to take long.
Marcie: It's Michael. Hi.
Michael: Where are you?
Marcie: I'm with Hayes. I thought I told you we were having dinner.
Michael: Yeah, where are you having dinner?
Marcie: I'm at the palace, but he wants me to go back to his place with him to --
Michael: No, don't -- don't go anywhere with him, ok?
Marcie: Why not?
Michael: Uh, no -- no reason. John just -- just wants to ask him some questions, but don't mention it to Hayes.
Marcie: What's going on?
Michael: Just stay there, ok?
Marcie: Um --
Hayes: You ready to go?
Hayes: Marcie, what's going on now?
Marcie: Uh, I forgot that I'm -- I'm supposed to meet Michael here when we're done.
Hayes: Marcie, what's going on? What was that call really about?
David: I was admiring Dr. Truman's suit, and he appeared to be about the same size as me. Most men in Llanview are shorter than I am. Isn't that right, Kevin? I thought maybe I'd ask Dr. Truman if he knew of a good local tailor.
Kevin: You should try his room.
David: He's staying here?
Kelly: Yeah, that's what he said.
David: Thank you, that's -- thank you.
Adriana: Hey. Mom's packing like a fiend at home. She says you're going to Paris?
David: Yes, yes. Right now is a very good time for her to get away.
Adriana: It's so romantic. I'm really glad you guys are back together.
David: Thanks. It's good to see you.
Kelly: Hey. You want to join us?
Adriana: Oh, no. I was actually looking for Renee, but she's not here.
Kelly: Yeah, we were looking for her, too, earlier, but I don't know where she is.
Adriana: I haven't heard from Duke, either.
Kevin: Is something wrong?
Adriana: No. I was just hoping he'd call after he took off the way he did.
Kevin: Took off where?
Adriana: I don't know. We were just hanging out, and then all of a sudden he said he had this business thing and just left. I was assuming it had something to do with your family.
Kelly: Well, it could be B.E. he's been handling a lot of things since Asa's been gone.
Kevin: I have a sneaking suspicion Asa's the problem.
Duke: Is Jose the giant really necessary?
Renee: Please, can't you wait outside?
Duke: Is there any working phone in this place?
Asa: The security is very tight here.
Duke: Are you trying to keep the bad guys from getting in or me from getting out?
Asa: Relax, Duke. You're not a prisoner. This is your home.
Duke: No, no, this is not my home. Llanview is my home, and yours. I mean, Renee, aren't you worried about the hotel back home?
Renee: Please, let's don't talk about this.
Duke: Do you see what you're doing to her, grandpa?
Asa: Not just yet.
Duke: Grandpa, the kidnapping charges against you, they're not going to magically just disappear, ok? Now, are you planning on staying here forever?
Asa: I just wish to hell that I never laid eyes on that she-devil Blair Cramer.
Duke: Yeah, well, I'm sure the feeling is mutual. But what you did to her was horrible, grandpa. I mean, you found Blair, you had a chance to put things right, but you went the other way.
Asa: Yes! And what's done is done.
Duke: Well, you know what? I'm not staying, ok? I am going home.
Asa: Sorry, Duke. I can't let you do that.
Viki: Thank you.
Jessica: Wow, your hair.
Viki: Oh, yeah, I had it cut this afternoon. I thought I needed a change, you know, something to make me feel a little bit better.
Jessica: Well, it looks great.
Viki: Thank you. So what were you doing?
Jessica: Just, you know, I was reading.
Viki: Anything good?
Jessica: Just research for a story I'm doing. How's Matthew?
Viki: Oh, Matthew. Poor baby, he's sleeping, finally.
Jessica: Poor little guy.
Viki: I know.
Jessica: I know, things are tough enough for adults, but for a kid?
Viki: Well, thank God that Bo and Nora will get him the help that he needs, and children are resilient. Even grown-up children. I know that you're still upset over Antonio losing custody of Jamie, darling.
Jessica: It's just unfair, mom, you know? He's a terrific father, and he's just such a wonderful man He's been really patient with me.
Viki: As you have been with him.
Jessica: Yeah, but that's different. I'm just kind of mixed up these days.
Viki: Honey, that's really understandable, though, you know? You've had a devastating year, and the wounds are all still very fresh.
Jessica: It's over. I'm fine.
Viki: Oh, no, you are not fine. I know that something is bothering you.
Jessica: Well, I'm concerned about your health, mom. I mean, if I ever lost you --
Viki: Hey, don't go there. No, don't even go there.
Jessica: You're not well, mom.
Viki: Ok, no, I have good days and I have bad days. But the doctors have assured me that if I take it easy I will be fine.
Jessica: When have you ever taken it easy?
Viki: Well, actually, I have to now, because if I'm not taking it easy, my heart tells me, you know? I'm really, really glad you got this. This looks so nice and fresh. Beautiful. What on earth are you doing with this?
Jessica: Well, I told you that I was doing research for a story.
Viki: On D.I.D.? And why were you hiding it?
Jessica: I just didn't want to bring up any bad memories, that's all?
Viki: Oh, because I'm supposed to avoid undue stress? Well, that's very sweet, darling, but let me tell you something. It's not stressful for me to think about the past, because it is precisely that -- the past.
Jessica: Can we just talk about something else?
Viki: Sure. Ok. Let's talk about your article.
Jessica: Mom --
Viki: Honey, I'm the editor at the newspaper. You're going to have to pitch that story to me sooner or later. So tell me, what's the angle? What made you decide to write about D.I.D. all of a sudden?
Jessica: Um -- actually, it was Daniel Colson. I was thinking about how he led two separate lives, and that led me to thinking about, you know, the most dramatic manifestation of that, multiple personality disorder.
Viki: So would you like some help on it?
Viki: Yeah. Honey, I've read, I would think, every single thing there is to read on the subject, and I'm kind of qualified as a primary source. What would you like to know?
Jessica: What happens if an alter -- let's say a bad one -- takes over the body for good?
Michael: I'm not going to just sit around here while Marcie's out there with some serial killer.
Natalie: John told us to stay put.
Michael: Yeah, and you always do what he tells you to, right? Like going out there and setting yourself up as a decoy for this psycho killer when he told you not to?
Natalie: Well, I had to do something. You know, I hate seeing this whole town live in fear, waiting to see who the next victim's going to be.
Michael: Well, yeah, that, and you wanted to impress my brother. So, did it work?
Natalie: Well, because of me, John got the killer's arrow, which he was about to trace back to Hayes.
Michael: Yeah. But did you get anything from my brother?
Natalie: Yes. He was forced to admit to me how he really feels.
Michael: What are you talking about?
Natalie: Forget it.
Michael: No, Natalie, finish what you started.
Natalie: He was scared. He grabbed me the shoulders, and he told me that he couldn't lose someone else that he loved.
Michael: And you took that to mean --
Natalie: Ok, I saw the look in his eyes, Michael. You know, I don't want to have this conversation with you.
Michael: Yeah, neither do I.
Natalie: So you think I'm deluded?
Michael: I think that if Evangeline had almost lost her life that John would have said the exact same thing to her. I'm sorry, but I'm rooting for John and Evangeline here.
Natalie: Shut up, Michael!
Michael: John and Evangeline are good for each other. But that doesn't mean that I want to see them end up together because you turned up dead.
Spencer: Here you go.
Evangeline: Oh -- you didn't have to do this.
Spencer: Ah, it's all right. I needed an excuse to avoid work anyway.
Evangeline: What do you do?
Spencer: Surgeon. I'm giving a series of lectures over at Llanview hospital.
Evangeline: Well, that's convenient, since I almost put you in the burn unit.
Spencer: Well, you still haven't told me your name, just, you know, in case I decide to sue you.
Evangeline: Hmm. Good luck with that.
Spencer: "Evangeline Williamson, esquire." A lawyer, huh? I tell you, it looks like this Colson guy is going to need a good lawyer.
Evangeline: Oh, I wouldn't go near that case. No, his wife is a very good friend of mine, Nora Buchanan.
Spencer: Oh, another Buchanan. I just met Kevin and Kelly over at the palace.
Evangeline: Yeah, the Buchanans have their hand in everything around here. Kevin Buchanan was lieutenant governor before Daniel, Bo Buchanan is the police commissioner, and Asa Buchanan, currently AWOL, is a force to be reckoned with.
Spencer: Sounds like an interesting bunch.
Evangeline: And then some. Don't let the size of this town fool you. There are a lot of interesting people in Llanview.
David: All right, Spencer. Let's see what you're up to.
Kevin: Duke left voluntarily, so he's not a missing person. We don't know if Asa's involved yet.
Adriana: That's true.
Kevin: Yeah, I think we should wait until we hear from some of my people, keep the lines open in case Duke tries to get in touch with us.
Kelly: Well, he’ll call. He's way too crazy about you to leave you alone for very long.
Kevin: Tell you what, if grandpa dragged my son into something dangerous, kidnapping charges are going to be the least of his problems.
Duke: You know, I cannot believe I am a prisoner here.
Asa: You can leave, Duke, as soon as I'm damn sure you're not going to shoot off your mouth to anybody about where I am.
Renee: Asa, he is not going to turn you in. He came down here because he thought I was being kidnapped.
Duke: I mean, the fact that you had to resort to kidnapping your wife --
Renee: Duke has proved to be an honest man. If he tells you, promises you that he's not going to turn you in, he will not turn you in.
Asa: What do you say, Duke? Is that right?
Duke: I can't promise I'm not going to tell uncle Bo and dad where you are. So if that means I have to stay here until you come to your senses, then so be it.
Asa: Let him go. He can't go anywhere. There's nothing but scrub for about 15 miles.
Renee: Asa, just let Duke go home. Even if he tells Bo at you're in Argentina --
Asa: Wait a minute, Renee. This has nothing to do with the kidnapping. I have an army of lawyers who can get me out of that.
Renee: Well, then, what are we doing down here in the absolute middle of nowhere?
Asa: I got a surprise I'm down here working on a plan for our future. It's going to be bright. Look at me. Blinding. You can be sure of that, you sweetheart.
Adriana: Will you call if you hear anything, anything at all?
Kelly: Of course he will.
Kevin: If you promise to do the same.
Adriana: Sorry. Hello?
Duke: Are you alone?
Adriana: Not right now.
Duke: All right, you cannot tell anyone about this call, ok? It's very, very important for everyone's safety.
Adriana: No problem. So how are you?
Duke: All right, I got to go, I got to go. I don't know when I can call you, ok?
Kelly: Was that Duke?
Kevin: It was, wasn't it? What'd he say?
Marcie: Why -- why would I lie to you? Hayes, I -- I really am. I'm really meeting Michael, ok I just -- you got me so -- look, the bottom line is I don't feel comfortable going back to your place with you alone, ok?
Hayes: Fine. We don't have to do this right now if it doesn't feel right.
Marcie: No. It doesn't feel right.
Hayes: We'll do it tomorrow or the day after.
John: You're not leaving, are you?
Hayes: What's going on?
John: I'd like you to come on down to the station.
Hayes: Am I under arrest?
Michael: Marcie, are you ok?
Marcie: Yeah, I'm fine.
John: What part of "stay at the station" didn't you two understand?
Hayes: Can anybody tell me what's going on here?
John: I'm taking you in for questioning in connection with "The Killing Club" murders.
David: 1968 Margaux. Ah -- 1969. Of course.
David: You're planning on sticking around for a while. But what for, and why?
Evangeline: Well, I don't want to keep you from your work. Thanks for the coffee.
Spencer: Thanks for the company.
Evangeline: How long are you staying in Llanview?
Spencer: I don't know. Not sure yet.
Evangeline: Well, maybe we'll run into each other again.
Spencer: It's really nice meeting you, and I'll be sure to give you a call if I ever end up in any trouble with the law.
Evangeline: If you do, you'll meet my boyfriend.
Spencer: Oh, the district attorney?
Evangeline: Cop. Chief of detectives, actually -- John Mc Bain. Anyway, I'm so sorry about the --
Spencer: Oh, it's forgotten. Don't worry about it.
Evangeline: Ok. Take care.
Spencer: John Mc Bain? Wonder if he's any relation to -- nah, couldn't be.
John: Hayes Barber -- name seems strangely made up. So what's a fancy guy like you doing with crossbow arrows in the trunk of your car?
Hayes: My attorney's on his way. Ahem. Until he gets here, I'm not obligated to tell you anything but my name and address.
John: You know, I've never been one for protocol. You shouldn't be, either. Where were you tonight?
Hayes: At the Palace with Marcie. Ahem.
John: Before that?
Hayes: Driving around.
John: Driving around? That's it? You stop anywhere? You talk to anyone?
Hayes: I don't know. Probably. I wasn't taking names.
John: You know, we found some very interesting things in your car. Let's see. We -- we got a gas can, like the one used in the Prescott murder. Same caliber bullets used to shoot out Julie Tanaka's tire. We got a saw strong enough to cut through the gas line at Marcie's house. And, of course, an arrow belonging to a crossbow purchased by you on the internet. If you want to have a prayer of saving yourself, I'd start talking right now.
Viki: Honey, every case of D.I.D. is different, ok? It depends on the person, the triggers, the situation. And you can't really ever predict what an alter is going to do. What causes them to come out, you know, what -- what causes them to go away. And as far as an alter taking over for good, that really depends on the strength of the person. That's what's so awful about D.I.D. it's a complete loss of control and it's terrifying. It's hell on earth.
Jessica: So the other personalities, are -- are they always triggered from a trauma?
Viki: Alters are created when something so painful happens to the victim that they can't deal with it, and so they split to escape from that pain. And, really, the only way to heal -- to, as they call it, become one with the alters -- is to confront the original event and deal with it. And some people would really rather be ruled by their -- well, they call them darker personalities, the alters. They would rather do that than face the pain that caused them to escape into that world to begin with.
Jessica: So, like Niki smith?
Viki: Well, Niki and Tommy and Tori, Jean -- all of them.
Jessica: How did you become strong enough to -- to win?
Viki: I guess it was a combination of things. I had a wonderful doctor. I had a great deal of help in therapy And I was finally able to confront the cause for my alters, which was devastating. But somehow I got through it. You know, I think you never really know how strong you are until you're tested. I wish to God I'd been strong enough from the beginning to stop them from ever coming out, because they did such evil, evil, awful things to my family.
Jessica: Um -- back then when you went to sleep, were you ever afraid that Niki would come out before you woke up?
Viki: Yeah, once I knew about the alters. But, honey, you have to understand I didn't know they existed for years and years and years. If I had known, I would've done everything in my power to stop them from coming out because they hurt the people that I loved. I thank God I finally made peace with them all. And as I said, I had wonderful doctors, but I think ultimately what made me whole was love.
Jessica: You mean Ben?
Viki: Yeah. The last time that Niki came out, it was Ben who brought me back, and that was for good. His loved saved my life, you know? Was that helpful, hmm?
Jessica: More than you know.
Viki: Good. I'm going to go to bed.
Jessica: Thank you.
Viki: And I would very much like to see a draft of the article when it's finished, ok?
Viki: Darling, you don't have to hide things from me. I can handle it. I love you.
Jessica: Hey, Antonio. Yeah, yeah, everything's fine. I just -- just was calling to say good night and to tell you that I love you. Yeah, I know you do. Good night.
Jessica: God. Is our love strong enough to get us through this?
Duke: Even a prisoner gets a phone call.
Asa: You brought this on yourself, Duke. You had to cowboy up, follow Renee down here.
Duke: I thought she was in danger.
Asa: You understand family. You would risk your own neck for any one of us.
Duke: Yeah, but I still can't leave.
Renee: Look, Duke, Blair is back with her family. She's safe and sound. Asa did no irreparable harm.
Duke: But not for lack of trying.
Renee: And he is not entirely at fault. Blair and Todd did some very terrible things to Asa, but that is all in the past now. Asa is not going to harm anyone anymore. I will vouch for that myself. Please, just promise that you will not turn him in.
Asa: You have my word, Duke, just like I have yours.
Renee: Ok, all right, look, it's late. Let's talk about this in the morning when we've all had some rest.
Duke: That's a good idea, but I will have my say.
Asa: Oh, Renee. That boy is a Buchanan. He may not realize it now, but if he sticks around here long enough, he's going to find out what it really means.
Adriana: That was Duke who called.
Kevin: Where is he?
Adriana: Ultra Violet.
Kevin: I thought you said he left town.
Adriana: I know. I'm sorry I worried you. We had a fight, a bad one, and when he said that he was leaving for a few days, I just -- I totally overreacted.
Kelly: Oh, honey, don't worry about it. It happens to everyone. Go make up with him.
Kelly: Oh. Well, I'm glad that's settled.
Kevin: Yeah, maybe.
Kelly: Oh, come on, you saw how excited she was. Besides, Adriana is a horrible liar.
Kevin: Even so, I'm not calling off the dogs just yet.
Adriana: Hi. I'd like an international operator, please. Yeah, I got a call from a 5-4-1-1. What country is that? Thanks. Duke's in Argentina. Ok. What now? What would my mother do?
Marcie: So how did you guys wind up together?
Michael: Oh, I was waiting at the police station when her and john got back.
Natalie: Yeah, I got this nasty cut on my head and Michael had to fix me up.
Michael: Yeah, I'd feel a lot better if you'd let me take you to the hospital and stitch that up, though.
Natalie: Ok, I'm fine. Anyway, your bedside manner is just so wonderful. I got to get back to the station, so I'll see you guys later.
Michael: See you.
Marcie: So, um, you said that Natalie's experience wasn't so awful.
Michael: Well, she helped John catch Hayes, and so she kind of ended up a hero.
Marcie: It's a good thing, you know, that you were there to fix her cut for her.
Michael: Yeah. Well, it was no big deal.
Marcie: Yeah, you've been running into each other a lot lately, though, right?
Michael: Yeah. You know, it's funny. I didn't like her. We didn't like each other. Now it's sort of like we're friends.
Marcie: You -- you're friends like -- like you and I are friends, or you mean you feel the same way about Natalie as you -- as you feel about me?
Hayes: Marcie's booked on a talk show later this week. That stuff was in my trunk for her to use as props. You know, the murders in the book correlate with the real murders here in Llanview. Using visuals makes it spookier.
John: So that's your story? You're just another scummy publicity agent doing his job?
Hayes: At least I'm not a killer.
John: Where's the crossbow?
Hayes: It's in my trunk with the rest of the stuff. But someone did break into my car, so, obviously, whoever broke into my car stole the crossbow.
John: Why keep lying?
Hayes: I'm not! They stole my stereo, too. I filled out a report with the police.
Attorney: That is enough. My client has done nothing illegal.
John: I don't know who the hell you are, but turn around, go back out, and knock.
John: Come in.
Attorney: I'm parker brush. I'm Mr. Barber's attorney.
Hayes: My secretary can get you a copy of my expense report.
Parker: Say no more. I've already spoken with the D.A.'s office, and they are not prepared to move forward with any charges until further review. They've obtained Mr. Barber's passport. He's to be released into my supervision until such time as you are prepared to file formal charges.
John: So we'll see you later.
John: Something's not right about this, Fletcher. Pretty convenient finding all that evidence in his car trunk like that. Still, follow this idiot, all right? I want to know everything he does from now on.
Ofc. Fletcher: Yes, sir.
Jessica: Ok. Stay strong. Just stay Jessica. I can't let Tess hurt the people I care about anymore. But if she comes out while I'm sleeping -- that's not going to happen. I'll stay awake all night if I have to. And then in the morning, I'll go to Dr. Jamison's office first thing. Ok. All I have to do is get through tonight.
David: You've got to show up sometime, Spencer. And when you do, I'll be waiting, hiding, and ready to let slip the dogs of war.
Spencer: Ms. Cramer, Spencer Truman here.
Spencer: Listen, I know it's really quite late, but I was thinking about something. I am introducing a major medical program over at Llanview hospital, and I was wondering if Buchanan Enterprises might be interested in becoming a sponsor.
Kelly: Well, I'd have to know more about it first. You certainly do your homework.
Spencer: That I do. Perhaps we could discuss it tomorrow. My day is pretty full, but -- well, maybe we could do it over dinner.
Michael: Marcie, if we're ever going to get back together again --
Marcie: Look, Michael, I just --
Michael: Please. Hear me out. Now, I know that our relationship wasn't perfect --
Marcie: Oh, I'll say.
Michael: But I thought it was pretty good.
Marcie: Oh, I didn't mean that it wasn't.
Michael: Relationships take work, Marcie, and right now --
Marcie: I know, ok, I get it. You're really busy and I'm crazy, right? Because my best friend just died, and everything that's happening with "The Killing Club" -- nothing just --
Michael: Nothing makes sense. I know. But I got to tell you, kid, when I thought that you were in danger, I freaked out.
Michael: Really. That's got to be worth something, right?
Michael: Hey, come here. Come here.
Natalie: So, C.S.U. says that you're looking for some footprints out in the woods. I guess you're really working hard to nail this case against Hayes.
John: You do your thing, Natalie, let the cops do theirs.
Natalie: Yes, sir, lieutenant, sir.
John: And if you didn't get the message before, don't ever pull a stunt like you pulled tonight again.
Natalie: I'm sorry.
John: I'm just glad you're all right.
Natalie: John, about --
[Knock on door]
John: Come on in.
Evangeline: Hey, guys.
Natalie: Well, it's late. I should go.
John: Good night.
Evangeline: I'm glad you're ok, Natalie. A lot of people were worried about you tonight.
Natalie: Good night.
Evangeline: So did you get a break in "The Killing Club" case?
John: We questioned a person of interest.
Evangeline: Who? Don't want to cross the line, but you must be relieved. Or not.
John: No case is over till it's over.
>> On the next "One Life to Live" --
Duke: What have you got planned now, Asa?
Bo: Hayes walked last night.
Antonio: You'll be home soon, I promise.
Jessica: I'm going to stop you.
Tess: You'll have to take control first, and that ain't going to happen.
David: I'm going to give you one warning. You get on the next plane and you get out of here.
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