One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 12/7/05
Proofread by Brandi
[missing a few minutes of this transcript due to breaking news]
Marcie: I'm not hungry.
Hugh: You sure?
Marcie: Yeah. I want a drink. I think I'm going to have them spike my Shirley Temple. I deserve it after the day I had today.
Hugh: Absolutely, I agree.
Marcie: Oh, excuse me. Can I have a drink?
Waitress: You're that D.A. guy.
Hugh: I'm the assistant D.A.
Waitress: I saw you in the paper. I hope you kick butt with that baby killer.
Hugh: We -- we'd just really like to order.
Waitress: You know, with all your work, do you really have much time to date?
Hugh: Does it look like I'm alone tonight?
Waitress: Oh. I just thought --
Marcie: What, that I'm his sister?
Waitress: Um -- I'll be right back for your drink order.
Hugh: Yeah. I guess she couldn't imagine why a loser like me would be with such an incredible woman like you.
Marcie: Well, maybe she has a point.
R.J.: Lindsay. Lindsay, Lindsay, Lindsay. I cannot remember the last time I felt this good.
Lindsay: Well, you do seem like you're in a good mood. Any particular reason?
R.J.: Well, I've just come from Llanfair. Antonio Vega was there, and I think I am a hair's breadth from having him exactly where I want him.
Antonio: Get your hands off her.
Nash: Tess, is that you?
Clint: Niki, I'm coming in. Don't you even think of trying to pull something. Niki?
Niki: Ooh ooh hello. Guess what, Clint -- I'm going to give you one more chance. Come on, honey, for old times' sake. It wasn't so long ago you loved every inch of this body.
Evangeline's voice: She wasn't breathing when she hit the water.
Todd: That medical examiner's report is bogus. You get an outside expert --
Evangeline: I'm holding the outside expert's report in my hand, and it made the prosecution very happy.
Todd: What does that mean?
Evangeline: Margaret was dead before she hit the water, she had to be, because there was no water in her lungs.
Guard: Manning! You got a visitor.
Spencer: Hello, Todd.
Todd: What the hell do you want?
Marcie: I think I'll have a pina colada, double.
Hugh: Vodka martini.
Waitress: Shaken, not stirred?
Hugh: How'd you guess?
Waitress: I can tell.
Marcie: "Shaken, not stirred"? What were you, a spy in another life?
Hugh: Try a surfer.
Marcie: You were a surfer dude?
Hugh: California born and bred.
Marcie: I never would have guessed that.
Hugh: Well, I rebelled by becoming a lawyer.
Marcie: Isn't it usually the other way around?
Hugh: Not in my family, not unless you do pro bono for a free clinic or some saving-the-environment thing or the trees or endangered specie du jour.
Marcie: Wait, please don't even tell me that your parents were hippies.
Hugh: Frigging hippies, yeah, apparently, a couple of hippies.
Marcie: Well, that totally explains why they named you Hugh Hughes. I mean, come on, you can't exactly picture that on a company nameplate, can you?
Hugh: Go ahead. Go ahead. No, go ahead, laugh.
Marcie: I'm sorry.
Hugh: No, laugh.
Marcie: I'm sorry. It's just I can't -- I really can't picture you as the child of flower children.
Hugh: Well, yeah, neither could I. That's why I ran away to law school, to the east coast, all that.
Marcie: Oh, they must have been horrified.
Hugh: They were pretty chill. They would have been happier if I had majored in macramť and opened up an incense shop on the shore, but, you know, it wasn't my genes, so --
Marcie: So were your parents, like, conservatives in their misspent youth?
Hugh: No idea. I'm adopted.
Hugh: Yeah, my mom and dad also believed in zero population growth, so they adopted kids, myself and others, from all over the planet. But I have this theory that I'm the product of an office romance by two fast-tracking yuppies and they left me on the commune doorstep on their way up the corporate ladder.
Marcie: That's kind of sad.
Hugh: Oh, you kidding? They're probably the head of some international conglomerate by now.
Marcie: Yeah, and they're probably polluting the environment and endangering the species.
Hugh: My parents would love you.
Marcie: You mean another wacko like them?
Hugh: Hey, hey, I was -- I was raised on lost causes.
Marcie: Is that what you think? I mean, you think that I'm a lost cause?
Hugh: No. No.
Evangeline: Hugh. Thank God. Thank God I found you. I need your help.
Hugh: I'm kind of in the middle of something here.
Evangeline: It's life or death.
Spencer: I came to help.
Todd: Are you a lawyer now, too?
Spencer: No, but I could offer my professional services as a medical expert. If you and your attorney wanted to put me on the stand, I could refute some of the prosecution's claims against you.
Todd: Hmm. You want to testify in my defense?
Spencer: Well, if you and Ms. Williamson think it would help, sure, why not?
Spencer: Just trying to be a friend, Todd.
Todd: Yeah. We're not friends, Zeke.
Spencer: No, but Blair and I are.
Todd: Ah. So, you're doing it for Blair.
Spencer: You know, she has just been through hell since you were arrested.
Todd: And you want to ease her pain.
Spencer: Must be the doctor in me. That and, of course, I really want to do the right thing.
Todd: You think I didn't kill Margaret?
Spencer: Well, Blair doesn't seem to think so.
Todd: No, what about you? What do you think?
Spencer: Well, if Blair's convinced that you couldn't have possibly done such a thing, then that's good enough for me. So how about it, Todd? What do you say? Are you going to let me help you out or what?
Todd: I'm on to you, pal. I know what you're up to
Nash: Tess, come on.
Antonio: Jessica, don't listen to him.
Jessica: Antonio, it's me.
Antonio: Right. Now, are you going to leave, or do I need to call security and have you thrown out?
Jessica: No, Antonio, don't talk to him that way.
Niki: Come on. What you waiting for, huh? Let's have a little fun.
Clint: Not going to happen, Niki, and you know that.
Niki: Why? Because of Houston?
Clint: Dallas. Her name is Dallas, just like my ex-wife's name is Viki and my daughter's name is Jessica.
Niki: Well, now, that depends on the time of day, don't it?
Clint: This is not a joke.
Niki: Well, not for you it ain't, because you thought life was good.
Clint: Still could be if you'd let it.
Niki: Yeah, that's what I'm talking about. Come on, we're going to have a little fun.
Clint: You're pitiful.
Niki: You know, I may be a lot of things. Pitiful ain't one of them.
Clint: And desperate and just plain sad.
Niki: Shut up.
Clint: Niki, why don't you face it -- you're the one who's become the joke.
Niki: Bull. You're scared of me.
Clint: You think so? I mean, do I look scared?
Niki: You just can't handle me.
Clint: What I can't handle right now is watching my daughter suffer and knowing that you know something that could help her.
Niki: You give me one good reason why I should help any one of you.
Clint: Why did Tess say that she would talk only to you? What secrets are you keeping about my daughter?
R.J.: And not surprisingly, we were right. This whole Layla-Antonio thing was just a big scam to get Jamie from us.
Lindsay: Well, that is fantastic news. I mean, I'm sorry for Jessica. I feel bad for her.
Lindsay: But once the judge hears this, Jamie's as good as ours.
R.J.: What? Wait, what are you doing?
Lindsay: Calling your lawyer.
R.J.: No, no, no, no, no . Don't do that.
R.J.: Silence is my leverage. Nobody can know about this.
Lindsay: What are you talking about? This is the best ammunition you've had on Antonio yet.
R.J.: Mm-hmm, yes, yes, and I have to use it wisely.
Lindsay: Because of your arrest?
R.J.: Yeah. Even if a judge wanted to give me custody, right now I've got prison time hanging over my head. I don't want to win her back just to lose her again.
Lindsay: What are you saying, that you're giving up?
R.J.: No, no. I'm saying that maybe Jamie needs to stay where she is.
Lindsay: What? Why?
R.J.: Because I need Antonio to fight for me. I need Antonio Vega to passionately plead my case to this -- this new district attorney, Hugh Hughes.
Evangeline: This is big.
Hugh: No, if it's about Todd Manning --
Evangeline: No. It's about another client.
Hugh: Can it wait till the morning? I have plans tonight.
Evangeline: I'm sorry, Marcie, but it cannot wait. I need to talk to you now.
Hugh: Then talk.
Evangeline: In private?
Hugh: I'm not ditching Marcie.
Evangeline: All right, fine. It's about John Doe.
Marcie: You mean Cristian Vega. I'm sorry, I really didn't mean to blab if the news wasn't out yet. I just thought everybody --
Evangeline: Well, apparently, it is.
Hugh: Marcie heard from Rex.
Marcie: Yeah, it's actually really fascinating when you think about it. I mean, Cristian comes back faking that he's Cristian, and then he completely finds out that he's himself. Go figure.
Evangeline: Well, ok. Now the whole room knows this.
Hugh: No, I don't think the parking valets heard it.
Evangeline: Listen, Carlotta and Antonio haven't heard yet.
Marcie: You're kidding.
Evangeline: No, I'm not, and they have to be told soon. And hopefully, they can hear the news at the same time they hear that Cristian's conviction has been overturned.
Antonio: You're defending him?
Jessica: Antonio, listen to me.
Antonio: Look, I don't know what line he's been feeding you, but don't believe him.
Jessica: He didn't say anything to me. He's -- he's just in love with Tess. And I am sorry that I'm coming between you two.
Antonio: Tess isn't real.
Nash: Tess is real. What we have is real.
Antonio: He's only doing this to try to get Tess to come back out. Don't ever try to pull a cheap stunt like that again.
Nash: Jessica, I'm sorry. I just -- I couldn't help myself.
Jessica: Ok. I know. I understand, but don't do it again.
Nash: Fair enough. But I'm not going anywhere.
Antonio: You've got nothing to stick around for.
Nash: Really? I think I do, because it's not about me, it's not about Tess and me. There's a baby, a baby who may well be mine.
Antonio: He's not.
Nash: You two were together, what, once? See, Tess and I were together a lot. You might say that we were having sex all the time. Good night.
Niki: Man, I forgot what a stick in the mud you could be. Jeez, even Benji was more fun than you -- well, not a lot.
Clint: Start talking, Niki. I want to hear everything you know about Tess.
Niki: I don't know nothing about Tess. I only just met her. Hey, you know what I think?
Clint: No, what do you think?
Niki: I think Jessica is trying to steal Viki's thunder. Because, you know, Vikiís got me for a sidekick, so Jessica had to go out and get herself Tess. Hmm.
Clint: You're not a sidekick. You're an alter who shouldn't even be here anymore.
Niki: Oh, yeah, right, because Viki got all integrated, didn't she, and that was supposed to make us all go bye-bye? Well, I guess that didn't work! Besides, Viki brought me out herself this time. She wanted me here. Guess the old broad can't even live without me.
Clint: You survived Vikiís integration because there are still issues and secrets, and last time around it was Mitch Laurence. Now it's Tess.
Niki: Mitch Laurence. Yeah. Hey! That explains Tess! Because, you know, Jessicaís Mitchís kid, right? Man, he was weird. Oh, God, he was weird. Even for me he was weird.
Clint: And that wasn't your only secret, was it, Niki? There's more. Tell me what it is.
Niki: You know what? I'm out of secrets about Jessica or Tess or anybody.
Clint: No, no, you're lying to me.
Niki: And I've had enough of your crap.
Clint: Well, it's going to get a lot worse unless you tell me what happened to Jessica.
Waitress: And will your other date be having anything?
Hugh: She's not my --
Evangeline: It's business.
Marcie: I'm not his date, either.
Waitress: My bad. I'm Chelsea, and I'm here every night but Monday.
Evangeline: Chelsea? Hi. You probably know my sister, Layla, she works here, and Antonio, the man who owns this place, is a personal friend. I don't think he would appreciate his waitresses hitting on the customers.
Chelsea: Better than hitting on the boss.
Marcie: So is your sister actually still into Antonio? I mean --
Hugh: Wait, why won't you consider this a date?
Evangeline: People, people, can we please get back to the subject at hand -- Cristian and how you're going to help me get him out of prison.
Hugh: Look, look, Evangeline, short of a confession from Carlo Hesser himself --
Evangeline: I got it, got it right here. Actually, John got it. It's Hesser copping to the whole thing -- kidnapping Cristian, brainwashing him to kill Tico Santi.
Marcie: There's no way that john could have actually accomplished all that while being held hostage during a prison riot. Ok, I'll shut up.
Evangeline: Look, I have enough to convince a judge myself.
Hugh: Then what do you need me for?
Evangeline: To expedite it. A green light from the D.A.'S office and it's done and so is this nightmare that Cristian has been living for two years. Look, here's a copy of the confession. It is rock solid, and john will back that up.
Marcie: And why would John want to do that? Cristian becomes free, Natalie goes back to him, and then john gets dumped.
Evangeline: Marcie, will you please give me just a minute with Hugh?
Marcie: Why not. My evening's already been ruined with all the interruptions.
Hugh: No, no, don't go. Marcie's right. What's in it for John to testify for Cristian?
Evangeline: He's a cop. We all have to put our personal issues aside to do what's right.
Hugh: And there's nothing personal in this for you?
Evangeline: Yeah, there is -- Cristian Vega. I've gotten to know him pretty well and I'm going to do everything in my power to make sure that he's not persecuted for something that he did against his will.
Hugh: Ok. I'll listen to the tape. And if Hesserís confession is clear and convincing and there's no sign of entrapment, I'll take it to a judge.
Evangeline: Oh, thank you so much, Hugh. You will not regret it, I promise you. Ok, I'll let you people get back to whatever you people call what you're doing here.
Hugh: Evangeline? Ahem, just so we're straight, we may be working together for Cristian Vega, but Todd Manning is different. I'm nailing that bastard to the wall for what he did.
Todd: You're just trying to make yourself look good to Blair.
Spencer: Well, she doesn't know I'm here.
Todd: Oh, but she will if I agree to it. In addition, won't you be her big hero.
Spencer: Well, if the cape fits, I suppose.
Todd: Hmm. I'm right, aren't I?
Spencer: What's that, Todd, that Blairís going to be more appreciative than you apparently are? That's a given. All I'm trying to do is help. I think your kids would be more appreciative, as well. Beautiful kids, you know? Listen, man, I'm just trying to help you out here, all right? That's the reason I didn't tell Blair I was coming down here. In case you turn me down, I don't want to cause any problems for you two.
Todd: You're slick. I got to give you that. You come down here with your -- your white good-guy hat and your "aw, shucks," and it's unbelievable.
Spencer: Well, take it however you want. My intentions are good.
Todd: Yeah, and Blair somehow will find out about it.
Spencer: Not if you don't tell her.
Todd: You're just going to have to work harder for her, I think. In addition, it's not going to be easy. She loves me and our kids and our life together.
Spencer: And what kind of life would that be, behind bars, at best, hmm?
Todd: That would be really good for you. I get the lethal injection. You get Blair.
Spencer: If that were the case, Todd, why would I be standing here trying to help you?
Todd: Because you know it won't do any good.
Spencer: Oh, so you are guilty?
Todd: No. And I don't need your help to prove it, so you can go.
Spencer: Well, I'm sorry to hear that, Todd. And I think Blair would be, too.
Todd: You stay the hell away from her.
Spencer: Well, I canít. You see, we're friends. She comes to me, like she came to me at my hotel room the other day and I did my best to comfort her, give her what she needs. In addition, I plan on doing just that until she doesn't want me to.
Guard: What do you want?
Todd: I'd like to make a phone call, now.
Clint: Answer me, Niki. What do you know about Tess?
Niki: Aw, give it up. You ain't getting nothing out of me. I got nothing to give.
Clint: Jessica said something when she was under hypnosis about being in a bar when she was a little girl. That sound familiar?
Clint: You never took Jessica to a bar?
Niki: If I had a nickel for every bar I was ever in --
Clint: That's not what I asked you.
Niki: Well, what I'm telling you is I don't remember every place every time, ok? I like bars. So I took the kid with me a couple of times, who knows.
Clint: All right, that's enough. You're going to stop jerking me around here.
Niki: Oh, give me a break, will you? Happy hour was like an all-day thing for me, ok? I don't really remember half the places people said I was at. And then when I sobered up, you know, I'd be, I don't know, up here or down in the kitchen or someplace and little Jessica, she'd be playing.
Clint: You drove drunk with Jessie?
Niki: Well, what'd you want me to do, leave her here all alone?
Clint: Niki, I want you to think about some of those nights and what Jessica may have seen, what she may have gone through.
Niki: What could she have seen? We were in a bar, not a torture chamber.
Clint: She was a little girl and something traumatic happened. Now, you tell me what it was.
Niki: Nothing, ok? Nothing, nothing, nothing happened! Hey, come on, you know, I'd knock back a few and shoot a little stick and, you know, sometimes meet a guy, and if I liked him, well --
Clint: If you liked him, what?
Niki: Well, if I liked him a lot, I'd do this.
Evangeline: Thanks. Hey.
Evangeline: What's going on? You said it was an emergency.
Todd: It is. You got to get me out of here.
Evangeline: I'm doing everything I can to get you an acquittal.
Todd: No, I mean now, tonight.
Evangeline: Todd, you know I can't do that. The judge didn't grant bail.
Todd: Well, we can appeal that?
Evangeline: I don't have time for another bail hearing. I'm using every spare minute to work on your case. No, you just have to be patient just a little bit longer.
Todd: If I don't get out here tonight, I'm going to lose my wife.
Evangeline: Blair believes in you, Todd. She will be waiting for you when this is over.
Todd: Not if Spencer Truman can help it.
Evangeline: What does Spencer Truman have to do with anything?
Todd: He came here tonight and he offered to testify in my defense.
Evangeline: What? Do you have any idea how much that helps our case? Someone of his stature to poke holes in the prosecution?
Todd: No, I told him to go to hell.
Evangeline: You did what? Todd -- Todd, the only way we're going to refute the autopsy reports is to have someone like him. Why would you do that?
Todd: He's trying to make himself look good to my wife.
Evangeline: If it gets you out of here --
Todd: He's been after her since day one.
Evangeline: It doesn't make any difference if it gets you out of here. Blair doesn't want Spencer, Todd. She wants you. What's going on here?
Todd: It's Blair. She's -- she's been confused lately. She's been upset about a lot of things, and --
Evangeline: About you?
Todd: If I could just talk to her, if I could just make her see that she can still trust me --
Evangeline: I don't know if I could make that happen, Todd.
Todd: Just a few hours. That's all I need. Otherwise, it doesn't matter if I get out. I won't have a woman to go home to.
Evangeline: I'll talk to the D.A., Ok?
Evangeline: But don't get your hopes up because that Hughes, he's out for your blood.
Marcie: Thank you.
Hugh: Welcome. I think I'm safer getting these from the bartender.
Marcie: Well, you know, you can't help it if women are into you, right? You are like this huge superstar in Llanview now, I mean, ever since you took over for Nora.
Hugh: Yeah, just what I always wanted to be.
Marcie: You don't?
Hugh: I like Nora. I prefer flying under the radar.
Marcie: Yeah, but you're the boss. You know women. Power is a serious chick magnet. Women love men in charge.
Hugh: Do you?
Marcie: I don't know. I -- no. No, not really.
Hugh: Well, what -- what do you like?
Marcie: Someone who's fun, someone who can make me laugh.
Hugh: Why don't sharks attack lawyers?
Hugh: Professional courtesy.
Marcie: I don't get it.
Hugh: Ok, strike one for making you laugh.
Marcie: I was just giving you a hard time.
Hugh: So you did think it was funny.
Marcie: Maybe the first 10 or 11 times.
Hugh: I'm not even getting to first base here, am I?
Marcie: You could keep swinging.
Hugh: All right, so what else do you like in a guy? What are the -- what are the Marcie rules of attraction?
Marcie: Someone I can count on and someone who wants the same things as I do.
Hugh: Which are?
Marcie: You're going to think it's horribly old fashioned.
Hugh: No, tell me.
Marcie: Ok, I want to settle down, I want to get married, and I want to have lots of kids. What?
Hugh: Good luck with that.
Marcie: What's wrong with that?
Hugh: No, it's -- nothing, nothing. For you, that's wonderful. However, for me, there is no way that I am ever, ever having kids.
Clint: What the hell do you think you're doing?
Niki: Ding-a-ling-a-ling, ring any bells?
Clint: Niki, I'm here for only one reason --
Clint: To find out what you did to Jessica.
Niki: I didn't nothing to Jessica. I took her barhopping with me a couple of times. She was just a kid. She didn't no what's what.
Clint: That's where you're wrong. Niki, something happened to her, something so bad that it caused her to split off into this Tess, just the way Viki split off into you.
Niki: Well, I don't know what it is, ok? In addition, you know what? This is getting really tired, and so am I.
Clint: Damn it, Niki, this is not a game! I love my daughter, and she is my daughter in every way that counts, no matter what Mitch Laurence did. And I'm not going to tolerate anybody hurting her. You understand that?
Niki: Clint, I am so sorry. All I'm getting up here is dial tone. I don't know what happened to Jessica, ok? I don't even remember her being in a bar.
Clint: Don't you do this. Don't you flake out on me.
Niki: Oh, come on, it's your own fault, keeping me locked up here. Hey, take me out to a bar! That'll jog my memory.
Clint: Oh, no, you can forget about that. I know all of your tricks, Niki.
Niki: Clint, come on, I need a drink!
Clint: Well, there's your drink right there. And there's a lot more water where that came from, too.
Niki: Water? You've got to be kidding. Come on, please let's get out of here.
Clint: No, you are not going anywhere until you start working with me, and you got until tomorrow morning to make up your mind, and then we're bringing in dr. Jamison.
Niki: Oh, now, come on, don't leave me in here!
Clint: Watch me! Ding-a-ling-a-ling, ring any bells?
Niki: Damn it! Damn it! Damn it! Let me out of here!
[missing about 5 minutes here due to breaking news]
Niki: Damn it, Clint, let me out of here!
Niki: About damn time, too. Hello. You're not Clint.
Jessica: Hello, Niki.
Niki: Who are you, Jess or Tess?
Jessica: I'm Jessica.
Niki: Huh. Ok.
Jessica: And now that we have our names straight, it's time we straighten a couple of other things out, as well.
Marcie: So what is it that you have against kids?
Hugh: Nothing. I think kids are great.
Marcie: But you -- you just don't want to have any?
Hugh: My parents got one thing right. Why overpopulate the world with new lives when there are so many unwanted kids already out there?
Marcie: It bothers you, doesn't it? I can tell, it bothers you that somebody didn't want you.
Evangeline: Hugh? I'm so sorry. I need another favor.
Hugh: Saving Cristian Vegaís future isn't enough for one night?
Evangeline: I need a 24-hour leave for Todd Manning.
Hugh: Leave, from jail? Are you actually serious?
Evangeline: He wants some time with his kids, with his wife. He's -- he's afraid someone's trying to steal her away from him.
Spencer: That would be me.
Lindsay: You think it's really possible that we're going to be able to get Jamie back?
R.J.: And the first step is my staying out of prison. Can't do much without that, or you.
Lindsay: Hmm. Imagine. Who wouldíve thunk it. You and me, after all these years.
R.J.: Well, I guess we ran everyone else out of town.
Lindsay: You know, when I think about the time I've wasted chasing after Sam and then Bo and troy and fighting with Nora, you know, it was all pointless. Sam's dead now. Nora's in a coma.
R.J.: And you?
Lindsay: What about me?
R.J.: Oh, you've lost a lot, and recently. I mean, if I can't get Jamie back, you think you could be happy again if it's just me?
Lindsay: I don't know. But I'd like to find out.
Clint: You look like I feel. Need a drink as bad as I do?
Nash: Ah -- I am guessing that you didn't get anywhere with Mrs. Davidson or -- what a family -- her other personality.
Clint: Niki smith.
Clint: Who makes me want to -- well, you don't want to hear that. But I will tell you one thing -- I am not going to let her destroy Jessica.
Nash: With all due respect, I'm more worried about what happens to my Tess.
Clint: Son, I think we need to worry about the both of them, because I got this bad feeling Niki has yet to show us her worst.
Nash: Thank you for the drink.
Niki: So, I met your friend Tess.
Jessica: Tess is not my friend. She is a part of me, just like my mother is a part of you. So I guess that makes us mother and daughter whether we like it or not.
Niki: Ha-ha, hello. I don't do kids, ok? I didn't have you. Viki did.
Jessica: Yes, you did, Niki. It might not have been your personality, but it was the same body, so you must feel some sort of connection to me. You're my mother. Please, I am begging you, I need your help.
Margaret's voice: You brought me out here to kill me and to kill my baby. God. This has all been for nothing.
Todd's voice: Let's just row back to shore.
Todd: Stop it.
Margaret: Oh, my God, I've been so foolish. Goodbye, Todd. I will always love you.
Spencer: Well, I don't know what Toddís thinking. I'm certainly not trying to steal Blair. It's all in his head.
Hugh: Then there's no reason to give manning a leave -- not that I even considered it.
Evangeline: Are you still serious about testifying for Todd as a medical expert?
Spencer: Oh, absolutely. Yeah, my offer still stands as long as Todd wants to accept it, sure.
Hugh: Why would you -- why would you even want to?
Hugh: Hughes. Yeah. Thanks. That was the coroner's office. Margaret Cochranís body is being released in the morning and she'll be buried next to her niece Ginger Foley. Marcie, if you'll excuse me, I'm sorry. I think I need to go check in at the office.
Marcie: Yeah, well, you know, I got to get home anyway, so, yeah, let's go.
Marcie: Good luck with John Doe.
Spencer: See ya. Listen, I am serious, though, about my offer, all right? Just give me a call if Todd decides he wants my help, all right?
Evangeline: Thanks. All right.
Antonio: Evangeline. Hey.
Evangeline: Hey. Antonio.
Antonio: How you doing? I heard you were out at Statesville during the uprising.
Evangeline: I'm fine, and I need to talk to you about something.
Antonio: What is it?
Evangeline: You might want to have a seat.
Antonio: No, just -- just say it.
Evangeline: Ok. I don't even know how to tell you this, so I guess I should just say it. Your brother, Cristian, is alive.
>> On the next "One Life to Live" --
Adriana: Did you do it to keep Natalie away from my cousin?
Clint: You love them both?
Natalie: So much it hurts.
Officer: There's a guy here, says he's your brother.
Antonio: Is it true?
Jessica: My mother let you out to help me, so you better start talking.
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