OLTL Transcript Wednesday 1/4/06

One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 1/4/06

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Adriana: What's the matter?

Rex: I don't want it to happen like this.

Adriana: I want to.  I don't have any more doubts.  Unless you do.

Rex: No.  But if we decide to make love, I don't want to wake up tomorrow and say "New Year's."  I don't want you to regret it later, because you're too --

Rex: Oh -- look, we shouldn't.

Adriana: Shut up.

Rex: Adriana, don't.

[Smoke alarm]

Dorian: What is going -- oh, my goodness.  Honey!  What happened?  You used the toaster?

[Alarm stops]

Adriana: What's wrong with it?

Dorian: Well, I left a note.  You see, I had this great idea for making cinnamon toast.  I thought – pre-butter the bread, sprinkle a little cinnamon and powdered sugar, and how was I to know it was going to combust?

Adriana: "On pain of death, do not use the toaster."  I'm sorry, I guess I was just preoccupied.

Dorian: With what?

Adriana: New Year's Eve.

Dorian: Oh.  You and Duke must have had quite a night.

Nash: I got everything you need.  I got decaf coffee, I got eggs, bacon, on an English muffin.  Use your imagination.  It's like eggs benedict.  Ooh.

Tess: I don't have to use my imagination.  It's perfect.

Nash: Yeah, wait, I got something else.  I got --

Tess: No, but I did know that you just got out of the hospital, like, a couple days ago. What are you doing?

Nash: I am fully --

[Nash groans]

Nash: Recuperated and ready to dedicate the rest of my days to taking care of the mother of my child.

Tess: What is this?

Nash: Books.  I got books.  I got books on baby names, I got books on baby's first year, I got books on pregnancy -- everything we need to prepare ourself for parenthood.

Tess: Wow.  Is there anything in any of these books that'll prepare us for the possibility that Antonio might be the father of this child?

Antonio: Hey, John, wait up.

John: Oh, hey.

Antonio: I need to run another background check on Nash Brennan.

John: You didn't come up with anything the first time.  Maybe this guy's clean.

Antonio: Look, all I need is access to the database of public records.

John: This isn't the public library, you know that.

Antonio: I would have my P.I. do it, but he's already out looking for Brennan.

John: This guy left town.  Isn't that what you wanted?

Antonio: Yeah, but he's got Jessica with him.

John: Sorry, I didn't know.

Antonio: Look, the last time I ran a check, he came up clean, all right, but recently he was beat up so badly he ended up in the hospital and I need to find out why.  I mean, he's into something, and he's got Jessica right in the middle of it.

John: I tell you what, give me a few minutes, I'll see what I can do.

Antonio: All right.

John: Yeah.  Good morning, Gloria.

Gloria: Hey.

John: Did Natalie call in sick or something?

Gloria: No, she's fine.  We just switched shifts, is all.

John: Ok.

Man: Lieutenant Mc Bain?

John: Yeah?

Man: I'm Dr. Crosby.  I'm a psychiatrist with I.A.

John: Yeah, and?

Dr. Crosby: You missed your appointment.

John: Yeah, well, you may not have this down there in internal affairs, but sometimes we have work to do around here.

Dr. Crosby: Detective, that crap attitude doesn't sail with me.  Bottom line, you blow this off, you could lose everything.

John: Well, doc, you're a little late for that.

Cristian: I wasn't sure you'd come.

Natalie: I wanted to see you anyway.

Cristian: If this is about the divorce papers, I told you I'm not ready to sign them yet.

Natalie: It's not.

Cristian: Ok, good, because I still think we belong together, and today I'm going to prove it to you.

 [Knock on door]

Woman: Hey, boss.  I just did the bank deposit for New Year's Eve and you said you wanted to see the numbers.

Rex: Right, yeah, come on in.  Thanks for taking over for me.

Woman: Oh, no problem.

Rex: I wasn't in the mood to deal with a lot of drunk hipsters.

Woman: Yeah, everyone was asking where you were.  Did you have a hot date?

Rex: Uh, wasn't exactly a date.

Woman: Really?

Rex: Oh, this -- this looks great.  Thanks for coming all the way over here.

Woman: It was my pleasure, believe me.

Rex: Um, Nina, I think you're really pretty --

Nina: Thanks.

Rex: And I like you --

Nina: Mm-hmm?

Rex: But -- I can't do this.  Well, that's a first.

Nina: What?  There's someone else, isn't there?

Rex: Yeah, there's somebody else.

Dorian: Well, that helped clear the smoke.

Adriana: So how was your New Year's Eve?

Dorian: It was interesting.  Spent most of the evening with Clint at The Palace bar watching David and Viki make absolute fools of themselves.

Adriana: It's awful when you're not with the person you're supposed to be with.

Dorian: Is that what happened to you?

Adriana: Well, it wasn't planned.

Dorian: But that's the way it was?

Adriana: I didn't make the chef at the palace sick, I wasn't the one who got Renee stuck there, and I definitely didn't force Duke to go to some Buchanan male-bonding cigar ritual.  I had no choice, I had to get a ride with Rex.

Dorian: Oh, of course -- Rex is involved in this.

Adriana: Oh, and I suppose it was my fault that we got stuck in the middle of the blizzard.

Dorian: Oh, and it was so cold that you had to huddle together for warmth, and then the huddle turned into a cuddle, and one thing led to another?

Adriana: Were you there?

Dorian: Oh, don't tell me you had sex with that boy.

Adriana: No, I didn't.

Dorian: Just making out does not make you nearly burn down your kitchen.

Adriana: I'm not saying another word.

Dorian: Oh, I think you are.

Adriana: Are you going to threaten to tell Duke like you did the last time?

Dorian: No, I'm not, because that was the wrong thing to do.  I promise you that I will not say a word about this to Duke.

Adriana: Thank you.

Dorian: You're welcome.  Because you are going to tell him yourself.

Duke: So how's my dad?

Michael: He's a little better.  He's still running a fever.  We're treating him symptomatically until the labs come back.

Kelly: Do you have any idea why he collapsed?

Michael: All we know is that some sort of virus is attacking the fluid in his spinal column.

Duke: Are you kidding me?

Kelly: Oh, my god.

Michael: That's why he spiked a fever.  It's probably why he passed out.

Kelly: Well, can we see him?

Michael: I don't think that'd be a problem.

Kelly: Hey.

Kevin: Hey.

Kelly: I've been so worried about you.  Oh, my gosh, you're burning up.

Kevin: I'm better than I was.

Kelly: Well, Asa and Renee have been calling and calling.  They're so worried.

Duke: Yeah, and Nigel was nice enough to bring us a change of clothes.  We've been here since we brought you in, just waiting for word.

Kevin: All that time, huh?

Spencer: That was a good call checking the spinal fluid, Dr. Mc Bain.

Michael: Kevin didn't think so.  He practically called me every name in the book while I was doing his tap.  I just wish I knew how he contracted this, you know?  It couldn't be an insect bite, not this time of year.

Kevin: Listen, my car broke down -- ah!

Natalie: Look, Cristian, I know that we spent some time together on New Year's Eve, and just because I didn't bring the divorce papers today, it doesn't mean that --

Cristian: Right, right, I get it -- that you're ready to start over, and I get that, and I promise I won't pressure you.

Natalie: I appreciate that.  So, why did you want me to come over?

Cristian: I want to show you something.

Natalie: What?

Cristian: The hope I was talking about on New Year's Eve.

Nash: All right, I know Antonio's put a scare into you, but --

Tess: Do you know that he used to be a cop?

Nash: I don't care what he used to be, but this baby is ours.

Tess: You know, I -- I've learned a lot about living since being with you, but I just feel like I -- I have so much more to learn.  And then I wake up one day and I'm pregnant, and then, boom, fast-forward and I'm five months pregnant and Antonio wants the baby.  It just feels like -- it feels like I never get a chance to get used to anything.

Nash: You're worried about bringing up this baby.

Tess: Yes, I am very, very worried.  You know, women usually have nine months to sort this stuff out, and Jessica -- Jessica did all that.  I just -- I just feel like maybe she'd be a better mother than me.

Nash: No.  No, no, no.  You listen to me.  All that worrying and thinking and planning that you're talking about, I've been doing that.  Ok?  We're going to read these books.  We'll figure out how to bring up our baby, together.  Antonio just wants to put his stamp on this kid and then he's going to go back to running that nightclub of his.  But we're going to bring up our baby, together forever.  That is the best thing for this baby.

Tess: I just feel like I've always reacted to Jessica's life and never really had anything of my won, not even a hamster.

Nash: Well, you've had me.  We can do this together.  We can do anything together.

Tess: When I'm with you, I feel like everything's going to be ok.

Nash: It is.  Ooh, this book.  According to this book, in your second trimester you should start feeling pretty great.  That's where you're at right now, second trimester.

Tess: You read this already?

Nash: Well, you know, I had to kill a little time while the guy was getting all this stuff ready, so -- want to know what else it says?

Tess: I don't know.

Nash: Huh, huh, huh.  It says that in your second trimester, you should start feeling really, really horny.

Tess: Really?

Nash: Really.

Tess: Again?

Nash: Well, you know, it's like you said, you know, we got so much time to make up for.

Dr. Crosby: You like being a cop?  You want to be suspended?  Because that is what will happen if I fill out a report that says you missed your sessions.

John: Hey, Antonio, you need to use a computer?  Right here, knock yourself out.

Antonio: Great, thanks.  Oh, and, John, you and I, we still need to have a conversation about my brother.

John: Yeah.

Dr. Crosby: Would you like to meet here or up in my office?

John: You know what, I'd like for you to do what you do and I do what I do separately.

Dr. Crosby: Does it occur to you that I might be able to help?

John: No.

Dr. Crosby: You can't run away forever, lieutenant.

Natalie: Your hope is your business.  It has nothing to do with me.

Cristian: You're still mad at me.

Natalie: I am mad at you about a lot of things, but please don't give me a lesson in hope.  You want to hear about hope?  Last year I hoped that you would come back to me, but instead you made me think you were dead.

Cristian: I'm sorry, and I understand why you feel like that.  You have every right.

Natalie: Thank you.

Cristian: All I want from you right now is five minutes, Natalie.  Just five.

Natalie: Five minutes.  Starting now.

Cristian: Ok.  Well, first I want to hear you say something.

Natalie: What?

Cristian: I want you to look me in the eye and tell me you don't love me anymore.

Natalie: You're the one who has trouble telling the truth, Cristian, not me.

Cristian: You're right, I agree.  And I know you wouldn't lie, so I want you to just say it.  Just say you don't love me anymore.

Nina: Now that I've sort of put my cards on the table, I just want you to know I've had a thing for you since you hired me.  And it doesn't really bother me that you're hung up on someone else.

Rex: Nina, if this had all happened before New Year's, I would've been all over you.

Nina: What?  I can't believe it.  Once again, my timing sucks.

Rex: No, no, please don't feel that way.  It's just -- I've -- there's this --

Nina: This girl's different, right?

Rex: Yeah, she is.  You're not going to quit on me, are you?

Nina: Don't worry about it.  You're the only club owner in Llanview that provides dental coverage.

Rex: You're the best.

Nina: Right.

Rex: Thanks.  Nina?

Nina: Yeah?

Rex: I'll be in late today.

Nina: Gotcha.

Roxy: Happy New Year.

Nina: Is this her?

Rex: This is my mom.

Nina: Thank God.

Roxy: Who's the chick?

Rex: Oh, the best assistant manager Ultra Violet's ever had.  How was your trip?

Roxy: Well, I'm up 200 bucks.

Rex: You lost everything at the blackjack table, huh?

Roxy: So how was your New Year's?  You and Ms. Office skills cook the books?

Rex: Actually, I didn't even go to the club that night.

Roxy: I didn't raise you to be alone on New Year's Eve, kiddo.

Rex: Who said I was alone?

Roxy: Hey, listen, I've been counting to 21 all weekend long.  Now you want me to play 20 questions?

Rex: Oh, it's not that big of a deal, but I ended up stuck in a car with Adriana Cramer.

Roxy: In a car?  That's real romantic.

Rex: Actually, it was, but not in the way you think.

Roxy: And how do you think I think?

Rex: I was a gentleman.

Roxy: What's the matter with you?  Why?

Rex: I thought about how she'd feel the next morning.

Roxy: What, are you nuts?  You're crazy about her!  What, did you cash that multipersonality thing that miss Viki/Niki's got?

Rex: Well, if you like that, you'll love the next part.

Roxy: So spill it.

Rex: I'm giving her up.

Adriana: This is still cold in the middle.

Dorian: We are not discussing your waffle, ok?  We are talking about Duke and we're talking about Rex.

Adriana: I'm not talking about this, ok, not with you.

Dorian: Fine, don't talk, I'll talk.  Now, then, in the first place --

Adriana: In the first place, ok, I can't tell Duke what happened.  After months of -- waffling, I finally told him that I was ready to make things work with him.

Dorian: I see, and your idea of making things work with duke is to steam up the car windows with Rex?

Adriana: If Duke found out, it would kill him.

Dorian: No, it wouldn't, and it's not a matter of if Duke finds out, it's a matter of when.

Adriana: Not if you keep your big mouth shut.

Dorian: I'm not your problem.  Your problem is you've got it bad for Rex, and it shows, and it's not going to just go away even with your best intentions.

Adriana: That's not true.

Dorian: Every time you're with Duke, you're going to know you're lying to him.

Adriana: It's not lying, ok?  It's trying not to hurt him.

Dorian: Oh, please, Adriana.  You've got to face some facts here.  If Duke can't handle this situation, there are a lot of other things he's not going to be able to handle.

Adriana: You don't like Duke because he's a Buchanan.

Dorian: Oh, for heaven's sake, it's you I'm worried about.

Adriana: I don't know why you're worried about me.

Dorian: Because you seem so determined to make things work with Duke when you're not at all sure that he's what you really want.

Michael: You know, looking at his counts, I'd say that the spinal infection is a secondary symptom of some other condition.

Spencer: That's quite a leap.

Michael: You think?  I mean, if he got this through human contact, it would have had to have been weeks ago.

Spencer: Mm-hmm.

Michael: I checked with the C.D.C., nothing reported for months, so how is it that he --

Spencer: Tell you what, Dr. Mc Bain, let's cure the guy first, all right?  We'll play Sherlock Holmes later.

Duke: Adriana and I were about to head up to Asa's, but then there was this crisis at The Palace and, you know --

Kevin: What does that have to do with anything?

Duke: Well, Renee had to take care of the chef or something, I don't really know, but I didn't feel comfortable with letting her drive by herself in that weather, so Adriana offered to stay behind and then drive up with her.

Kelly: I think she wanted to skip the cigar portion of the evening.

Duke: Yeah, probably.  You know, I guess looking back, I should've just waited for them both, but I figured Asa would, you know, would've been upset if I was late.  I mean, this whole thing is my fault.

Kelly: No, it's not your fault.  It was snowing.  It's nobody's fault.  You did the best you could.

Kevin: Well, at least you had company, right?

Kelly: Maybe we should do this later.

Kevin: Why didn't you call me?  Huh?  Let me know where you were?

Kelly: I tried.  We had no signal.  I don't know if it was -- we were out of range or the snow or --

Kevin: It was obviously a desperate situation.

Kelly: Well, let's not overreact.

Kevin: Yeah.  Well, I mean, I can see your only recourse was to take off your clothes.

Cristian: Just say you don't love me anymore.

Natalie: You know, I'm getting sick of these little tests.

Cristian: So you're done with me, then?

Natalie: Damn it, Cristian!  What if I don't want to say out loud that I don't love you?  That I don't love the man that I married, that I don't love the man that I thought about every single night when I thought I would never get to see him again?

Cristian: I'm sorry.

Natalie: The issue here is not love.  The pain that I went through when I found out you were dead would not have been so agonizing if I didn't love you.

Cristian: I know.

Natalie: The lies, the betrayal, and you deciding what I could and could not handle, those are what the issues are here.

Cristian: Whoa, wait a minute, wait a minute, this wasn't easy for me, either.

Natalie: No, ok, I'm not finished yet.  Imagine how I felt when I finally realized that I could find and love not just one but two men who turn out to be exactly alike!

Cristian: John Mc Bain and I are not the same.

Natalie: Really?  You could have fooled me.

Cristian: Natalie, hold on a second.  Wait.  Look, you know I'm not good with words, right?

Natalie: I've heard that one before.

Cristian: Natalie, please, just look.  Look at what I can give you, and it's something that Mc Bain never can.

John: Whoa, you really don't take a hint, and what the hell are you doing in here?

Dr. Crosby: I'm giving you one more chance than you deserve.

John: Well, guess what, I don't need it.

Dr. Crosby: You know, psych geeks like me, we got this theory, that when guys who have closed as many cases as you have, who've made as many good calls as you have made, suddenly start to act as incredibly stupidly as you're starting to act now, that maybe something else is going on.

John: Ok, let me tell you something, you son of a bitch --

Dr. Crosby: Oh, what, you're the only guy who gets to be sarcastic?  Anybody who reads these files would know that you live to be a cop.  You should be a cop.  This town needs you to be a cop.  So what do we do with a person over the age of 6 who spits in the face of the one guy to make sure that he could stay a cop?

John: How long is this going to take?

Dr. Crosby: Do I look like the "treat 'em and street 'em" type to you?

John: I don't know, you are I.A.

Dr. Crosby: Ok.  Seeing as we got off to such a flying start, I really can't predict how many sessions this will take.  I will tell you this, though -- the faster you open up, the faster this goes.

John: Sounds like blackmail.

Dr. Crosby: Genuine concern wasn't working.

John: So what now?

Dr. Crosby: You have an option.  We could talk about your toilet training or we can cut right to the heart of the matter, no punches pulled.  Your call.

John: The second one.

Dr. Crosby: All right.  Natalie Vega.  Talk to me.

John: What the hell does Natalie have to do with me being a cop?

Dr. Crosby: Well, right off the top of my head, you've rescued her twice, you've broken dozens of departmental regulations because of her, and right now you're risking your career rather than talk about her.

John: We were involved.  We broke up.

Dr. Crosby: Just the facts, huh?  Ok.  Well, here's a fact for you.  When you work with me, I need to hear how you feel about things . Otherwise, I pick up the phone and I call I.A. and I say, "get this guy off the streets before he blows up like a grenade."

Antonio: Yeah, great.  Yeah, I already know this.

Tess: Do you feel safe with me?

Nash: Mm-hmm.

Tess: Really?  Even after getting beaten up and everything?

Nash: Ah.  That.

Tess: Yeah.  That.  Nash, listen, you take care of me and you know all my problems . I just feel like it should be a two-way street.

Nash: I was a different person before I met you.

Tess: Well, you're not going to get any flak from Miss two-for-one personality.

Nash: Don't even joke about that, ok?

Tess: Well, what are we supposed to do about it?  So, who did you used to be?

Nash: Someone I didn't want to be.  But I like who I am with you.

Tess: Well, you're kind of veering away from the whole getting beat-down subject.

Nash: Yeah.

Tess: This person that did this to you -- are they going to try to do it again?

Nash: I don't think so.  I think it's done.

Tess: Well, that's all I need to know.

Nash: Good.

Roxy: Giving up someone that you respect, that is just the -- that is just so --

Rex: It's the coolest, most honest --

Roxy: That is just the dumbest thing I've ever heard!  Give this to me and just listen up!

Rex: Why?  I already know what you're going to say.

Roxy: You know, I didn't raise you and your sister to sit around and let some dumb ox with money take something that you want.

Rex: Ok, thinking outside the Roxy box, what if what I want is for Adriana to be happy?  What if he makes her happy and I don't?

Roxy: Wait, from everything that you've told me, you just stopped short of making her happy.

Rex: Hey.

Roxy: Hey, hey, grow up, would you?  What, is she in the car with you because you depress her?

Rex: That's just sex.

Roxy: Where did I fail?  Why did you just say, Rexy baby, "that's just sex"?  That's like saying "that's just air."  Try giving that up!

Rex: Mom, listen -- and I know this is going to be a stretch for both of us, ok -- but what if we thought like grownups?  She grew up in a convent, learned Latin, cares about the environment.  I grew up learning three-card Monte and cared about stealing cars in a video game.

Roxy: You're just scared, aren't you?

Rex: Yeah, right.

Roxy: Ok, this is what I think you should do.  You should get off your can, you should go grab her, and carpet the diem.

Rex: What?

Roxy: Yeah, because I know a little Latin, also.  You know, I mean, you're crazy to give up something that you really care about like that.  Come on, come on, how often am I ever wrong?  Hey, no, you know, sometimes I can be right.

Rex: Oh.

Roxy: And if you don't agree with me, I'm just going to keep on talking until you do.  Ok.  I'm just going to keep on talking.

Rex: I'm so out of here.

Duke: I took off my coat and my jacket, dad, you know, to put under the wheels to try to get traction and drive out, but my shirt got soaked and it was so cold --

Kevin: Knucklehead, there's obviously no -- uh, only one way that you could avoid hypothermia, right?

Kelly: Well, that's what happened.

Michael: I'm sorry, guys, I got to ask you to go.  We need more blood.

Duke: Well, take good care of him, ok?

Michael: Absolutely.

Kelly: Could you just give us one minute?

Michael: Sure.

Kelly: You know, I was trying to find you because we had something to start. We're trying to make a baby, remember?

Kevin: I know.

Kelly: And we shouldn't do that unless we love each other and trust each other, right?

Kevin: Right.

Kelly: Ok.  So why don't you just concentrate on getting better, all right?

Kevin: Ok.

Kelly: So we can start trying.

Kevin: Ok.

Kelly: All right.

Kevin: Don't you get tired of this?

Michael: Well, it hurts you a lot more than it hurts me.

Kevin: Yeah, I'll say.

Spencer: Hey, Kevin.  How you feeling?

Kevin: Better, not great.  Hey, how long does it take a thing like this to run its course?

Spencer: Well, Dr. Mc Bain is overseeing your care.  You'd have to ask him.  How long you think, Michael?

Michael: Well, we can't be certain until we have a positive diagnosis.  Keep pressure on that, ok?

Kevin: Yeah, ok.

Michael: What we're dealing with here is a virus, not a bacterial infection, which makes it much harder to isolate.

Spencer: Well, he certainly has all the makings of a great doctor.  Did you see how well he dodged your question?

Kevin: Yeah, I have another question.

Spencer: Sure, go ahead.

Kevin: When I got out of the car to make the phone call, I was fine.

Spencer: Well, a sudden onset like this really isn't that unusual.

Kevin: No, no, no, no, no.  This thing hit me like a ton of bricks.  I was out, and when I woke up I had no idea how long I'd been that way.

Spencer: Really?

Kevin: Really.  And I had the feeling that I didn't just pass out, you know, I had a feeling that maybe someone did this to me.

Spencer: That doesn't really sound much like a question.

Kevin: Well, this is -- am I right?

Every day you go to extra lengths

Spencer: Hasn't Dr. Mc Bain explained to you how you contract a virus?

Kevin: I want a second opinion.  Is it possible that I just didn't catch something, that someone could've infected me?

Spencer: Well, it's an interesting theory.  Tell you what, I'll review your case and I'll get back to you, all right?

Kevin: Yeah, you do that.

Kelly: Spencer, isn't there anything you can tell us?

Spencer: Just that Kevin is in very good hands.

Adriana: I think we'd better open this.  It still smells like smoke in here.

Dorian: Avoidance.

Adriana: Of what?

Dorian: Of my question.  You never use words like "love" and "passion" when you're talking about Duke.  Is that because you reserve those feelings for Rex?

Adriana: What I feel for Rex is -- different.  I know everything duke is going to do before he does it.  Rex is -- one minute he's like the only person who ever listened to me, the next he's all smooth-talking player.  He's exactly the kind of guy the nuns told us to stay away from.  And some of the people he hangs out with.  I mean, Bo only uses him as an informant because he knows every lowlife in town.  But he's trying to change.  And he really cares what Bo thinks of him.  He grew up with nothing.  He didn't have it all handed to him like Duke did.  He doesn't always do exactly the right thing, but he tries.  And he's exciting to be with.

Dorian: Let's not forget the little fact that he tried to frame me for murder.

Adriana: He was trying to protect the girl he loved.  Duke would never break the rules for me.  What I said before was true.  I should be with Duke, but I want to be with Rex, with all my heart and soul.

John: Off the record, I may have broken a few rules.  Let's get one thing straight -- I have never lost it on the job, not once ever.

Dr. Crosby: I'm on your side, John.  I am.  I pulled your personnel file.  I know that you were only a child when your father was murdered.  And your fiancée, Caitlin?  She was murdered by a killer that you were pursuing.  Now, for a cop to lose the woman he loves that way, the guilt must have been unbearable.  And unless you find a way to express those feelings, another serious loss could do you in.

Natalie: You said you only wanted five minutes.

Cristian: Here you go.  I wanted to show you how our life together is still a part of you.  See this?  This is a ticket stub to the first movie we ever saw together.  Right here, it's a piece of the deed from our cottage.  Oh, and that is from the wedding invitation.

Natalie: So what's this all about?

Cristian: I was hoping you'd look at it and remember what we had.  That's all.  I just wanted you to remember. 

Kevin: So?

Spencer: Well, I concur with Dr. Mc Bain's findings.  A virus of this nature was probably airborne and the sudden onset is certainly not that unusual.

Kevin: I just had to ask.

Spencer: Of course.  Tell you what, I'll leave you two alone.

Kelly: Hey.

Kevin: You don't have to stay.

Kelly: Uh-uh, there's no place else I'd be.

Kevin: Oh, come on, you have to be exhausted.

Kelly: Well, I'll tell you what, make you a deal -- you close your eyes and go to sleep, and Duke and I will go home for a while.

Spencer: So what did you find out from the C.D.C.?

Michael: This virus isn't self-limiting.  He could be in a lot of trouble in a very short time.

Spencer: Absolutely, especially if his fever stays that high for that long.

Michael: Could cause sterility.

Spencer: Well, let's hope it doesn't come to that.

[Phone rings]

Adriana: It's Duke.

Dorian: That says a lot.

Adriana: What am I supposed to do?

Dorian: Are you really asking me?  Well, sweetheart, if your idea was to use Rex to get out of this thing with Duke, c'est la guerre.

[Ringing stops]

Dorian: But it doesn't mean you have to give your heart and soul to Rex.  I mean, the two of you have very little in common.  Your lives would always be fraught with difficulty.

Adriana: But it would never be boring.  I don't want to watch him from across the room with someone else.  I want to be with Rex.

Rex: Ah, who the hell cares.

[Knock on door]

Nina: I need your signature on these.  Wow, bad day?

Rex: Yeah.

Nina: You want some company?

Rex: Sure.  Why not.

Nash: You know what would make this taste better?

Tess: What?

Nash: Not tasting terrible.

Tess: Oh, you tried.

Nash: Oh, you kidding me?  I failed!  My very first mission and I failed.

Tess: No, you didn't.  You did what nobody else could do.  You made me feel safe.  You made me feel like you and I are going to be together forever.  And nothing, nobody can get in the way.

Antonio: "Brennan, Nash.  Order of protection."  All right.

Dr. Crosby: Cops.  They're usually the kind of people who like to fix things, you know, make things right.  And thank God for them.  And you fixed a lot of serious things, you have saved people's lives.  But the losses?  Those have been heavy duty, soul-crushing, nothing you could do about them, out of your control.  And I'm guessing that you would like to be in control.  How would you feel if your partner was in the shape you're in?  Don't you think something's got to change, detective?

John: Want to know what I think?  You want to know what I feel, doc?  I feel like I've heard enough and this is over.  Let yourself out.

Cristian: Do you like it?

Natalie: You know how I feel about your art.  I love it.

Cristian: Well, it's for you.  It's for my wife.

Natalie: And you've always known how much I loved your work, so you're using it, too, just the way you said you're going to sign the divorce papers, but not yet.

Cristian: No.

Natalie: Yes.  These are tactics for you to get me to feel what you want me to feel, to do what you want me to do.  Well, here's a fact.  I am going to be free.  I am going to make my own decisions.  No one's going to be yanking my chain anymore.  So that no-fault divorce that you don't have to sign off on?  It's going to happen, and there's nothing you can do to stop it.

Cristian: Natalie, hold on a sec.

Natalie: And that's not even really the point.  I mean, that's just papers, that's just legal crap, a technicality.  You don't want me on a technicality, do you?

Cristian: Of course not.

Natalie: Then listen to me.  No matter what anyone says, no matter what you do, as of right now, in my heart, I am no longer your wife.

On the next "One Life to Live" --

Michael: It's about dad, isn't it?

Adriana: I've made up my mind, rex, and I think that we --

Nina: Rex, don't we have some unfinished business?

Blair: I know that you're innocent, and I believe in you.

Evangeline: That's good to hear, Blair, because we're in for a fight.

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