OLTL Transcript Monday 1/23/06

One Life to Live Transcript Monday 1/23/06


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Duke: Well, that's the last of the boxes.  The movers finish up?

Kelly: Yeah, they brought all the big stuff, but thanks for bringing over the stuff they forget.

Duke: Yeah, happy to do it.  Anything to keep my mind off my problems.

Kelly: Hmm.  Adriana?

Duke: Yeah.

Kelly: So you're even willing to resort to hard labor, huh?

Duke: Yeah, you got a point.  I mean, how the heck did I get roped into hauling dad's junk over here?  Where is he, anyway?

Kelly: He's meeting with a client.

Duke: That's weird.

Kelly: What?

Duke: I usually go with him on those meetings.  I don't remember seeing anything on the calendar.

Michael: Good morning.

Kevin: Hey.  Did you get the test results?

Michael: Yes.  Good news.  The virus has completely cleared itself from your system.

Kevin: And what about the side effects?  Will Kelly and I still be able to have a baby?

Paige: Well, you are in great shape, Viki.  Just keep taking care of yourself.

Viki: Thank you, I will.

Paige: Oh, and before you go, how is Jessica doing?

Viki: Paige, she has a very long road ahead of her, but I thank God at least she's home.

Paige: Hmm.  Bo and I have been so worried about her.  He feels just terrible about not telling you how ill she was.

Viki: Yeah.  Well, he did what he thought he had to do, and, you know what, I've put all of that behind me.  The important thing now is for Jessie to continue making progress with Dr. Jamison and, of course, for my new grandchild to be healthy.

Paige: I sure admire you, Viki.  Not only do you stay on top of your health and "The Banner," somehow you always manage to put your children first.  You are a true role model.

Viki: Well, thank you very much.  I think you're a pretty good role model yourself, you know.  Look at everything you've accomplished.  And you know what, Paige?  You would be a wonderful mother.  There's plenty of time, right?

Clint: Viki!  Thank God.

Viki: What's wrong?

Paige: Excuse me.

Clint: I stopped by Llanfair and Lois told me that you were here at the hospital.  Are you all right?

Paige: I hope you're right, Viki.  I hope it's never too late.

Rex: Yeah?

Marcie: I just got a phone call, but I don't want to talk about it, ok?  What are you reading?

Rex: Notes, about a case I'm working on.

Marcie: Hmm. Oh, hey.  Hey, hey, hey.  I know that -- I know that hospital.  It's right near my dad's house.  You know, it's a couple blocks away.  So, what kind of case is this?

Layla: I know Duke wasn't really serious about hiring me, but I've been giving it some thought, and I've got the feeling I'd like working at Buchanan Enterprises.  I definitely need the cash, and it may end up being a great opportunity.  Ok!  That's it.

Evangeline: I'm waiting for a verdict, Layla.

Layla: Yeah, and you're putting your whole life into this case.  You're setting yourself up for a major disappointment.

Evangeline: I'm doing my job.

Layla: No, this case is just convenient.  You threw yourself into it and you couldn't think of anything else for weeks.  It's over, Vange.  And from where I sit, you look like you're in a free-fall. You have been ever since you ended it with John.  And I'm just worried about what's going to happen when you hit bottom.

Bo: What's so important that you needed to talk with us?

Todd: I need a favor.

John: Yeah, I really don't see that happening.

Todd: Bo, I'm asking you as a father.  You understand that I might never see my kids again.  Please.  You know, I'm not one to beg, but that's what I'm doing. I'm begging you -- let me see my kids.

Starr: I haven't said a word about it, Mom.

Blair: Just stop asking me about it, Starr.

Starr: No, I want to know what happened when you testified.

Blair: I don't want to talk about it.  I told you.

Starr: Mom, if I was a witness, I would get up there and just say that dad didn't do it.

Blair: Starr, it's not that simple, all right?

Starr: Sure it is.  You swear on the bible and tell them that you tell the truth, and then you tell them that dad's innocent.  That is what you told the jury, isn't it?

Michael: I'm sorry, but the test results did show that your sperm count is low.

Kevin: How low?

Michael: Very low, I'm afraid.

Kevin: Yeah, but that could change, right?

Michael: The numbers aren't your only problem.  Immotility is a problem, as well.

Kevin: Wait, are you saying that I can't get Kelly pregnant?

Michael: I hate to say this, but right now that would be basically impossible.

Viki: Clint, calm down, I'm fine.

Clint: Yeah, well --

Viki: Gracious, I just had a regular checkup, that's all.

Clint: All I heard was "Mrs. Davidson's at the hospital."  Can you blame me for getting a little worked up?

Viki: Ok, fine, fine.  Listen, I'm fine, ok?  There's nothing to worry about, honestly.

Clint: These days, there always seems to be something to worry about.

Viki: Well, not about me, ok?  My prognosis is excellent.  I did tell you that when I saw the specialist in London.

Clint: Viki, I know that we're not married anymore, but we do have four kids together, and I think it would be nice if every once in a while you kept me in the loop.

Nurse: Thought you'd want to know -- the Commissioner called.  He's running late, he had to take care of something at the station, but he said he had news about that case he's helping you with.

Paige: Well, thank you very much.

Marcie: You know -- thank you -- if Bo's got you working out of state, that must be pretty important.

Rex: It is.

Marcie: Well, you know, if you're going to keep doing this kind of work, you might as well get your P.I.'s license.

Rex: Yeah, right.

Marcie: No, I'm serious.  You know, it's better than hustling drinks in a club.

Rex: I own a club, Marcie.  I hire people to hustle drinks for me.  What were you saying about a phone call?  Did you get bad news?

Marcie: Not exactly.  Hyperion called.

Rex: Your publisher?

Marcie: "The Killing Club" -- it's coming out in paperback on February 1.

Rex: You're not happy about that?

Marcie: No.  I don't know.  I think I was -- you know, I was just starting to wake up in the morning and not have to think about Hayes and everything that he did.  You know, everything's starting to look up, too.

Rex: "Everything," like Clark Kent, super D.A.?

Marcie: No.  Hugh and I are just friends.  I told you that a zillion times.  Me and Michael are back together.

Rex: Ugh.

Marcie: Stop it!  Why can't you just be happy for me?

Rex: Oh, I guess I am.  I'm just -- I'm not looking forward to the endless looks of sappy, cheesy, puppy love every time I see you two together.

Marcie: Yeah, well, maybe you wouldn't mind romance so much, Rex, if you stopped acting like a jerk and let Adriana in.  Give her a chance to like you.

Rex: I get to get to the hospital.

Marcie: No, do not avoid.

Rex: You want to tag along?  Maybe we'll get lucky and you can run into Mc Doc.

Marcie: All right, let's go.  Thanks.

Layla: Never mind.  I'm not getting into it over your love life again.  You know how I feel.

Evangeline: Do I?  Because you always have so much trouble expressing yourself.

Layla: Drop it or you'll be sorry.

Evangeline: Fine, because I want to talk to you about this job at B.E.  I don't think it's such a good idea, especially after what I had to do to Viki and Kevin on the stand.  The Buchanans are probably not really excited about showing love to anybody in my family.

Layla: That's why it's perfect.  I'll get the extra bucks I need and I'll smooth things over between you and the Buchanans at the same time.  Everybody wins.

Evangeline: Can you not -- can you not say anything about winning or losing right now?

Layla: Ok, like that's not the only thing on your mind.  You're going to be fine.  Whether you win or lose, everything's going to be ok.  Williamsons always are. Right? 

Bo: You don't think I should go along with this?

John: Well, beyond maybe being a baby killer, he lied to us, created a false alibi, and generally acted like a jerk, so, no, I don't think he deserves any special privileges.

Bo: Yeah.  But, I'm not thinking about manning right now, I'm thinking about Starr and Jack.  The next time they see their father, they may be looking through a thick pane of glass.

John: It's your call, boss.  You mind if I go get something to eat?

Bo: No, go ahead.  I'll take care of things here.

John: Ok.

Bo: Get me something to eat.

John: You got it.

Bo: Ok.  I'm going to let you visit your children.

Todd: Up here, no holding cell?

Bo: No holding cell.  But it's not up to just me.  I'm going to need Blair's ok.

Starr: You did tell the jury that dad's innocent, right?

[Doorbell rings]

Starr: Mom?

Spencer: Hey.

Blair: Hey!

Spencer: Brought some pizza back for you.

Blair: Why, thank you.  Did you have a good time with Dr. Spencer?

Jack: Yeah, great.

Blair: Good.

Starr: Jack, why don't you and Dr. -- Yeah, go put that in the refrigerator.

Jack: Ok.

Blair: Look, don't bring it up because we're not going to talk about it.

Starr: Yeah, well, I'm going to bring it up.  This is as important to me as it is to you.  He's my father.

Blair: And he made you lie for him.

Starr: You believe he did it, don't you?

Spencer: You know, I don't believe anyone said anything of the kind.

Starr: Yeah, well, no one has to.

[Phone rings]

Blair: It could be --

Starr: Is that the jury?

Spencer: You know, why don't you let me answer it?

Blair: No, no, no, I'll do it.  Hello?

Todd: Hey, Blair.  Uh -- I need you to do something for me.

Duke: It was probably one of those last-minute meetings.  I guess he didn't want to get me up for it.

Kelly: Yeah, you're probably right.

Duke: You know, now that dad's stuff's all moved in here, when's the wedding?

Kelly: Uh -- why don't we just concentrate on living together for the moment?

Duke: I guess there's no hurry.

Kelly: Gosh, I just can't believe it.  I never thought it would happen.  Kevin and I are living under the same roof.  I mean, who would've thought it?

Duke: I always thought it would happen.  I don't have to start calling you "mom," though, do I?

Kelly: Don't you dare!  But, I don't know, maybe somebody soon might be calling me "mom."

Duke: Oh.  Well, you're not -- you're not pregnant?

Kelly: No, no, not yet.

Duke: Ok.

Kelly: But this is the first official day, night that Kevin and I --

Duke: Ok, that -- you know, that's enough information for me.  I don't really need any more.

[Phone rings]

Duke: Excuse me.  Hello?

Layla: Duke?  It's Layla Williamson.

Duke: Hi.  What's going on?

Layla: I was wondering if you could stop by the diner?  I'd like to talk to you.

Duke: You know, hold on a second.  We were done here, right?

Kelly: Yeah, yeah, we're good.

Duke: Ok.

Kelly: Thanks.

Duke: See you later.

Kelly: Ok.

Duke: Hey, I'll be there in 15 minutes?

Layla: Great.  I'll be here.

Layla: Mission accomplished.  Duke's on his way.  I'm going to go pull my hair back, because I got to look the part, right?

Evangeline: Right.  You look perfect.  You are perfect just the way you are.

Layla: You're just saying that because you're my sister.

Evangeline: Yes, I am your sister, and I'm always right.  Don't you forget it.

Layla: I won't.  Love you.

Evangeline: You, too.

John: I'm usually the one with that look on my face.  I don't think I like it so much on you.

Evangeline: Sympathy isn't going to help me now, Mc Bain.

John: Hmm.  I know waiting can be hell, Williamson.

Evangeline: Yeah, something like that.

John: You know, I know a couple good lawyer jokes that might take your mind off things.

Evangeline: What, you're going to tell a joke that's going to take my mind off something?

John: Hmm. See?  My diversion tactic's working already.

Todd: Blair, are you there?

Spencer: May I ask who that was?

[Phone rings]

Spencer: Why don't you let me --

Blair: No, I can do it.  Hello?

Bo: Blair, it's Bo Buchanan.

Blair: Hey, Bo.

Bo: I'm here with Todd, and he'd like to see the kids.  It wouldn't have to be in a holding cell.  He could visit with them up here in an interrogation room.

Blair: Um -- look, I don't know.

Bo: Well, I hope you don't mind me saying so, but I think it'd be a good idea for the kids' sake, just in case things don't go well for Todd.  But it is your decision.

Blair: Um -- look, I'll think about it, all right?

Bo: Not sure that helped.

Todd: No, no, she'll bring them down.  She has to.

Spencer: Would you please go in and check on Jack and see what in the world he's doing with that pizza in there, please?  That was the Commissioner who keeps calling?

Blair: No.  It wasn't Bo the first time, it was Todd.  And I -- I panicked and I hung up, and then the second time it was Bo I guess calling for Todd because Todd wants to see the kids.

Spencer: Well, that's a good idea.  I think they should be able to see him.

Blair: Come on, Spencer, what is he going to do, try to explain to the kids why he killed a baby?

Spencer: And you're certain of that, right?

Blair: Yes.  I don't know, it's just so much evidence.  Look, I've done some horrible things in my life, horrible things -- Todd and I both have -- but killing an innocent baby -- that is unforgivable.  If you could only be in my head for 10 seconds, you would be so disgusted by what I think and by what I see.

Spencer: Listen, there's no way that I could ever be disgusted with you in any way, you understand?  This is not about what you think about Todd or Todd.  This is about your children and their need to see their father.

Kevin: So when can I be tested again?

Michael: A month or so.

Kevin: So Kelly's finally able to have a baby and now I can't give her one, huh?  How the hell am I supposed to tell her that?

Michael: Listen, I don't know you two very well, but I saw her with you when you were sick.  It's obvious she loves you.  You have to have faith in that.  I'll see you later.

Clint: Listen, I don't want to pick a fight, but with Jessica's situation the way it is, I think we should know each other's whereabouts.

Viki: Fine.

Kevin: Mom, Dad.

Clint: Kevin.

Viki: Kevin.  Hi, darling.

Kevin: Hi.

Viki: I'm here for a checkup.  What are you doing here?

Kevin: Oh, a final exam.

Viki: And?

Kevin: 100%.

Clint: Well, good for you, Son.

Viki: Oh, good.

Kevin: Thanks, thanks.  I'm glad I ran into you, Dad.  The last of my stuff was sent over to the carriage house this morning, so I'm out of there as far as the whole Nash moving in goes, you know.

Viki: Nash is living at Asa's?

Kevin: Oh, so you don't know about Nash moving into grandpa's?

Viki: No, I didn't know that.  My goodness, isn't that interesting.  I guess you're right, Clint, we have some very serious communication issues.

Kevin: Yeah, well, I have to go.  Bye.

Viki: Bye, darling.  Well, well, well.  What was that you were saying to me about keeping you notified regarding Jessica?

Clint: I had every intention of telling you.  That's why I went to Llanfair this morning in the first place.

Viki: I see, and instead you decide to get into a snit because I didn't tell you I had a doctor's appointment?

Clint: Look, I panicked when I found out that you were at the hospital.  I didn't know if you were sick or if you were having another heart attack.  For all I knew, you could have been Niki again.  At this point, when one of my girls disappears, how can I not but assume the worst?

Michael: Yeah, no, I'll definitely take care of that.

Rex: Hey, hey, Doc!  Congrats.  I hear you got the girl.

Marcie: Shh.

Rex: Maybe there's hope for the rest of us after all.

Paige: Uh -- hmm.  Well, why don't you take a break.  I can take care of this.

Michael: Thank you.

Paige: Mm-hmm.

Michael: You want to go grab a cup of coffee?

Marcie: Sure.  Actually, there's something that I want to talk to about.  See you later, big mouth.

Rex: Yeah, see ya.  Is Bo around?

Paige: Oh, he will be.  He's just running a little late.  You want me to give him a message?

Rex: I need to talk to him about a case I'm working on.

Paige: Ah, does that case happen to have anything to do with a baby?

Rex: Actually, yeah.  And now I'm feeling pretty much like a moron because we both know we're talking about a kid you know all about.

Evangeline: That is so not funny.

John: You're kind of laughing, aren't you?

Evangeline: Yeah, I guess I am.  Feels really good.

John: Yeah, me, too.  It's been a while.

Layla: Hello.  Nice to see you again.

John: Hello.

Layla: Mm-hmm.  My appointment is here.  Excuse me.

John: She looks like your sister, but I don't know.

Evangeline: That's part of today's acting exercise.  She's playing the part of a corporate executive.

John: Ah.

Evangeline: Hopefully well enough to get her a job.

John: Wasn't she working at Capricorn or something?

Evangeline: Yeah, she wants a second job to supplement her income, you know.  I actually -- I envy her right now.  I'd rather be anything other than a lawyer.

John: Yeah, well, if it's any consolation, I don't always like being a cop.

Evangeline: Yeah, we can't change who we are.

John: Maybe that's why you and I had so much trouble.  I was always putting these guys away and then you put them back on the street.

Evangeline: No, no, no, no, our trouble was that you couldn't say you love me.  Don't worry.  I'm not going to revisit that subject.  I just -- now that I've had a little time and distance from us and now that I've seen you with Natalie, starting to wonder if you're capable of loving anybody.

Denton: Hey.  Any word yet on the verdict?

Spencer: Blair's considering letting the kids see Todd.  I expect he'll try to convince them that he's innocent, that someone else killed Margaret, and that he would be going to jail for something he didn't do.

Denton: It's funny -- I'm almost stabbed with laughter, in a sick kind of twisted way.  You know, I mean, to me, it's funny.

[Door closes]

Spencer: Yeah.  Very funny.

Blair: Bo.

Bo: Hi, Blair.

Jack: Hi.

Bo: Hi.  You ready?

Jack: Yeah.

Todd: Hey, guys!

Jack: Daddy!

Todd: Hey!  Oh, hey.

Todd: Blair, wait.

Blair: Jack and Starr, I'll be right out here.  You can only stay a little while, ok?

Bo: Would you like coffee or anything?

Todd: So -- uh -- Jack, there's a good chance that I might have to go away for a little while.

Jack: Can we come with you?

Todd: No.  I don't think so.

Jack: But you'll come home, right?

Todd: I'll never stop trying.

Jack: Last year when you were gone, I used to talk to Fred.  He made me feel better.  Take him with you, dad, in case you get lonely.

Todd: And you promise to be a good boy for your mom and your sister?

Jack: Promise.

Todd: Ok.  All right, now, go wait with your mom for a little bit, ok?

Jack: Ok.

Todd: I want to talk to your sister.

Jack: Ok.

Starr: I don't want you to go.

Todd: I'm not going anywhere right now.  Evangeline did a pretty good job in that courtroom. I might be going home.  Hey.  Hey.  Keep the faith.

Starr: I am.  It's just mom.

Todd: Well, this is hard on everybody.  Sometimes your mom and you don't see things eye to eye, but I want you to cut her some slack, ok?

Starr: Dad, it's --

Todd: No, no.  No ifs, ands, or buts about it.  If you're smart, keep your mouth shut, right?

Starr: Ok.

Todd: Good.  You know I didn't do this, right, honey?  Huh?  Look at me.  Somebody else killed Margaret.  I'm going to find that person.  I've got people looking for that person.  I don't care what that jury says about me, I'm going to come home to you.  You -- look at me -- you understand me?  I promise.

Bo: You did the right thing, Blair.  Children shouldn't be kept from their fathers.

Blair: Spencer said the same thing.

[Blair sighs]

Paige: Bo told you about the baby?

Rex: No, I put it together on my own.

Paige: Please, Rex, you cannot tell anyone about this.  If somebody finds out that I have a son and --

Rex: I won't tell anybody, I swear.  I know how tricky adoptions are.  Just ask Bo about my dad sometime -- if that's what you want to call him.  Anyway, I put together a list of all the doctors and nurses who were on staff at the hospital at the time you had your kid and a list of all the babies born that day.  Only one was a boy. 

Paige: My son.

Rex: Yeah.  The only problem is, is I haven't been able to track the guy down from the agency who handled the adoption.  I was hoping to talk to them off the record.

Paige: So will you keep looking?

Rex: Sure.  But in the meantime, it would help if you could take a look at this, see if you remember any of these people from back then.

Paige: Of course.

Rex: You can relax.  I'm not going to spill your secret.

Paige: Rex?  Thank you.

Rex: For Bo's girl?  Anything.

Viki: Fine, I can understand you being concerned about Niki Smith, so I will simply try to be clearer with Lois in the future about my comings and my goings.

Clint: Well, I would appreciate that.

Viki: But you know what?  That really has nothing whatsoever to do with the fact that you didn't even talk to me before you made this decision about Nash.

Clint: I thought you'd be ok with it.  Didn't you say that you thought Nash should be around?

Viki: Yes, I did.

Clint: So what is this about?

Viki: Clint, I think the problem here is that you are drawing lines in the sand, ok?  You did it the other day when Antonio came by to talk to us about that woman, that Claudia Reston, and you did it again when you invite Nash to move in.  You are drawing battle lines.

Clint: Viki, I don't think so.

Viki: We have to present a united front for Jessica.  You're playing favorites with Nash.  You know what that's going to do?  Divide this family right in two!

Kelly's voice: Just think of it, Duke, this baby could bring peace to two battling families.  It would be half Cramer, half Buchanan.  It could actually bring our families together.  Nothing would mean more to me.

Kevin: Wow.  Look at you.

Kelly: I know it's the middle of the day, but I thought maybe we could get started on making our baby.

Layla: I temped at many different offices in L.A., I know my way around computer programs, and I type 70 words a minute.

Duke: Ok.  Now, while that is all well and good, the fact remains that what you really are is an actress.

Layla: Mm-hmm.

Duke: So how do I know that you won't get some movie gig and then quit on me?

Layla: Well, that's not going to happen anytime soon.  They don't cast movies in Llanview, Pennsylvania.  So what do you say?  Do I have the job?

Evangeline: Probably shouldn't have brought that up.

John: No, it's ok.  Everyone's entitled to their opinion, right?

Evangeline: I want you to know, John, no matter what I've said, I don't regret being with you.

John: Really?

Evangeline: Really.

John: Yeah, we were good once.

Evangeline: Yeah.  We were good once.

John: In spite of me.

Evangeline: In spite of everything.  I should go and see Todd.

John: Yeah, you mind if I walk you back to the station?

Evangeline: No, I don't.

John: Ok.  And, hey, no matter what happens with this jury, you did everything you could.  Don't take it personally if you lose.

Evangeline: Wouldn't you?

John: Yeah.

John: Hey, Roxy.

Roxy: Hey, what's shaking?

John: Huh.

Roxy: Guess nothing.  Hey, where is everybody?

Rex: Just saw Mc Bain leaving with Evangeline.  He really can't keep it in his pants, can he?

Roxy: Why should he?  Speaking of fully loaded -- I got too much takeout.  You want to share it with me?  Come on, sit down.

Rex: Sounds like a plan.

Roxy: Where'd you get these?

Duke: Well, I guess I should probably talk to my dad about this, but I can't really see him having a problem with it, especially since you helped out Jessica.  All right, if you're really serious about wanting this job --

Layla: Oh, I am, believe me.

Duke: Well, I guess that settles it.  Welcome to Buchanan Enterprises.

Rex: Why can't anyone mind their own business today?

Roxy: Like I said, what are you doing with those?

Rex: I'm working on a case for Bo.  That's all I'm saying.

Roxy: Because that's not even a hospital in Llanview.

Rex: Yeah, so?

Roxy: So, how come you're working in Jersey?

Rex: What do you care?

Roxy: I don't care at all.  Just a little curious.  You a junior detective now?

Rex: I'm trying to find a guy given up for adoption.  No one you know, no big deal.

Roxy: You know, anything having to do with you is a big deal to me.

Bo: Hey.  Sorry I'm late.

Paige: That's ok.

Bo: Just saw Clint and Viki out there.  Looks like they're right in the middle of something.

Paige: Yeah, they have been for a while.

Bo: Did you get my message?

Paige: Yeah, and a little visit from Rex.  He had some information about my son.

Bo: He -- he shouldn't be talking to you about that.

Paige: That's ok, Bo.  I was a little freaked out when I found out that he knew, but, you know, he assured me he wouldn't tell anyone, and if you tell me that he's trustworthy, that's all I really need.

Bo: Well, I guarantee it.

Paige: Thank you.  God, a few more leads like this and I'll finally know what happened to my son.

Bo: I know.

[Phone rings]

Bo: Excuse me.  Buchanan.

Marcie: Thanks for talking me down. I know that I should be happy about the paperback book and everything, but, I mean, lots more people are going to be able to read it.

Michael: Marcie, I understand.  You don't feel right profiting off of other people's --

Marcie: Deaths.

Michael: Deaths.

Marcie: I know, you can say it, it's ok.

Michael: You're not doing that, you know, just for the record.  And Hayes is dead.  He can't hurt anybody anymore.

Marcie: I know.

Michael: Did you tell Rex that we'd gotten back together?

Marcie: I didn't mean to.  You're not mad at me, are you?

Michael: No.  I just think there's a better way to spread the news.

Marcie: Yeah?  What do you have in mind?

Michael: Well, I was thinking we should find the time to go someplace nice, you know, give the Llanview rumor mill something to talk about.

Marcie: Sounds good to me.

Michael: Yeah.

Clint: Viki, we are on the same side, and I am not trying to divide this family, but if you think Antonio is going to have problems with my decision, then I will just sit him down and tell him why we need to have Nash close by.

Viki: Of course Antonio's going to have a problem with it, but this isn't about him.

Clint: So what is this about?

Viki: It's about you and me!  Clint, it's bad enough that Antonio and Nash are playing tug of war with Jessica.  We can't be doing the same thing.

Clint: Well, I don't think I'm doing that.  And I do know that Nash is a big part of our daughter's life, and there's just no reason that he should be living on the streets while we're all trying to work this out.

Viki: Know what?  I can't do this now.

Clint: Viki --

Viki: What?

Clint: Don't walk away from this.

Viki: I am not walking away from this, I am walking away from you.  Besides, I need to find out if there's any word on Todd.

Bo: You don't have to go anywhere, Viki.  I just got a call.

Evangeline: Hey.

Todd: Hey.

Evangeline: How'd it go with the kids?

Todd: Well, it wasn't a goodbye.  I'm going to see them again, right?  It's not over, right?

[Pager beeps]

Kevin: I really have to get back to the office.

Kelly: Aw, there's plenty of time for that.

Kevin: Uh -- well, I think this will probably take a lot longer than a little time.

Kelly: It doesn't have to.  I know how to push all the right buttons, remember?

Kevin: Yes, I -- I know you do, but I have some prep work to do before my meeting this afternoon, so --

Kelly: Um -- what's going on?  What's wrong?

Kevin: Kelly, I --

[Phone rings]

Kelly: Don't answer that.

Kevin: Just hold on.  Look, I have to take it.  It's the city editor of "The Banner."  Might be about Todd's trial.  Yeah, what is it?

[Doorbell rings]

Jack: Hey, it's my game.

Starr: No, it's not.

Spencer: You are back.

Blair: Yes, we just got back just now.

Spencer: It's ok?

Blair: Sure, come in.

Starr: Jack, come on, let me --

Spencer: Hey, you two.  Hey, did you get to see your dad?

Jack: Yeah.  He might have to go away for a while.

Starr: No, he doesn't have to go away for a while.  He's not going anywhere.  Come on.  Let's go make dad a card.  A welcome-home card.

[Phone rings]

Spencer: Um -- this might be important.  I better take it, all right?

Blair: Ok.  Yeah.

Spencer: What's up?

Denton: Hey, Doc.  What's up?  This is the call you've been waiting for.

Evangeline: I have to call Blair.

Todd: It's the verdict?

Bo: Yes, the verdict's in.

Kelly: Already?

Kevin: Yeah, I'm afraid we'll have to put this on hold.

Kelly: I can't believe it.

Blair: Evangeline, it's only been 24 hours.

Evangeline: Yes, I realize that.

Denton: You know what this means, don't you?

Spencer: Yes, I do.  And I'm sure Todd knows, too.

Todd: What the hell are you saying?

John: Go ahead and tell him.

Evangeline: When a verdict comes in this quickly, it usually means the jury was unanimous going into deliberation.

Clint: It doesn't mean they found him guilty.

Paige: He's right, there is every chance that Evangeline convinced the jury that there's reasonable doubt.

Viki: I don't know.  I think everything's about to change, isn't it?

Spencer: I just want you to know, no matter what the verdict, I will still be here for you.  That hasn't changed.

Blair: Well, it's already in.  That can't be a good sign.

Evangeline: I could answer that question, but in about 30 minutes or so, I won't have to.  The jury will do it for me.

 On the next "One Life to Live"...

 Rex: A guy like Todd, everybody's gunning for.

 Viki: Please keep him safe whatever happens to him today.

 Blair: I need to talk to you guys about your dad and what's gonna happen to him.

 Judge: Has the jury reached a verdict?

 Juror: We have, your honor.

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