OLTL Transcript Tuesday 3/21/06

One Life to Live Transcript Tuesday 3/21/06


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Clint: This is the place.

Clint: This is the place.

Viki: Well, maybe we'll finally find out what happened to Jessica all those years ago.

Viki: It doesn't really seem that there's anyone here.

Clint: I donít think anyone's been here for years.

Viki: So why would Rose ask us to meet her here?

Rose: Because this is where it all happened.

Clint: Where what all happened?

Rose: That man -- he used to bring us here when we were little.

Clint: Who's "us?"

Rose: This is where I first met Jessica.

[Nash whistles]

Nash: Hey, whoa -- wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.  What are you doing?

Tess: Relax.   It's grape juice.

Nash: Grape --

Tess: Juice. Donít you believe me?  My God.

Nash: I believe you.

Tess: Yeah.

Nash: Where'd you find it?

Tess: Well, I was cleaning out the pantry and it was in the back.

Nash: You were cleaning up?

Tess: Yes, I was cleaning up.  It must be all the nesting that all the pregnancy Books are talking about.

Nash: Nesting?

Tess: Yes -- nesting.  I need a nest to hatch, so -- Nash.  Donít sell the vineyard.

Dorian: Adriana, it's your mother leaving a message.  I'm at the palace and plans have changed, so why donít you meet me here for dinner and we can talk about your trip to New York?  Bye-bye.  Dr. Quinlan -- Alan.  Oh-oh.  What are you still doing wandering around with Dr. Truman's award? 

Alan: What am I supposed to do with it?  He left before I could give it to him.

Dorian: Yes, terribly rude if you ask me.

Alan: He probably had an emergency.  Why else would he walk out on his own ceremony?

Dorian: Yes.  Why else indeed?

Blair: Ok, roadside assistance will be here before you know it and we'll be up in that cabin.  We'll get up all nice -- oh!

[Starr gasps]

Blair: Oh, my -- Spencer!  Oh, I'm sorry.

Spencer: All right, what are you doing, trying to kill me?

Blair: What are you doing here?

Starr: I called him.

Spencer: Do you need a lift?

Todd: What is this place?  Aha.  This must be it.  This must be the place that Spencer Truman leased the day before Margaret was killed.

Evangeline: It doesn't mean the two are connected.

Todd: Well, it's a pretty big coincidence.  And what reason would we have to store anything anyway? He's a doctor.

Evangeline: Could be a lot of reasons.

Todd: Name one.

Evangeline: No, no.  I'm going to go with you on this one, for now.  But I donít know what you think we're going to find in here.

Todd: It's a place to start.  Stand back.  All right.

Evangeline: It's open.

Todd: Yes, ok.  Yeah, giddyup.

Evangeline: No, no, no, no.  Wait a minute.  I mean, if Spencer is as diaBolical as you're convinced he is, this whole thing could be a setup.

Todd: What do you think, he's hiding in there waiting for us?

Evangeline: Or he sent the police.  Let me go.

 Dorian: Why donít you give me Dr. Truman's award?  I'll see that it gets into the right hands.

Alan: I'm sure you will, but I'll take care of it.

Dorian: All right.  Hmm.

Adriana: Hey, Mom.

Dorian: My dear girl!  It's so good to have you home.  Oh, I canít wait to hear.  How were things in the Big Apple?

Rex: It bites.

Dorian: Hmm.  Rex, I didn't know you were coming.

Adriana: Of course he is.  Mom, do you have any idea what he's been through?

Dorian: Yes.  As I understand, the security people found a substance in his room.

Adriana: Drugs, and they were planted there.

Dorian: Planted?

Adriana: Yeah, and then the same creeps that did it shot him up with some of it.

Dorian: Oh, good heaven.

Adriana: They could've killed him.

Dorian: Hmm, they could have, but they didn't because here he is looking none the worse for wear.

Adriana: You donít believe me.

Dorian: Well, darling, I'm -- I'm not saying I donít believe you.  I'm just saying that I wasn't there.

Adriana: Well, neither was I, but that doesn't mean that I donít believe him.

Dorian: So you didn't see him injected with the drugs?

Adriana: No, but if Rex says someBody stuck him with a needle, then that is what happened.

Dorian: Yes.  Well, I am not very savvy about drugs, but from what I understand, they donít give them away for free.  You have to buy them, so I donít understand why someBody would inject him with something he wasn't interested in.

Rex: That's a really good question.

Dorian: Mm-hmm.  I'm sorry, but it really does sound like "the dog ate my homework" to me.

Adriana: Mom -- how could you accuse Rex of lying about this?

Dorian: I'm not.  I'm just saying the whole thing sounds very strange.

Adriana: Oh, you know, it just -- donít waste any more of your breath.  I already know where this is going and I donít want to hear it.  Let's go somewhere else.

Rex: Yeah.

Dorian: But, honey --

Rex: Whoa.  Oh.

Adriana: Oh, Rex?

Dorian: Wow.

Adriana: Are you ok?  You all right?

Rex: No -- yeah, the room was spinning for a minute.  Could you get me some water?

Adriana: Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Rex: I'm still trying to flush this thing out.

Adriana: Sit down, sit down.  I'll be right back.

[Rex sighs]

Dorian: How dare you get my daughter involved in your sordid lifestyle.  I do not believe a word of your story.

Rex: My story is no story and you know it.  You masterminded the whole thing.

Nash: Tess, we've been over this.  You know why we have to sell the place.

Tess: Yes -- because you want to be practical and make your life more simple.

Nash: Exactly.

Tess: Bull.

Nash: You know, I know that "practical" and "simple" are foreign concepts to you, Tess.

Tess: They would be fine with me, Nash, if they were true, but they're not.  There's something else at work here.

George: So it wouldn't Bother you if Tess were in some kind of accident?

Nash: Nope.  Sorry, I'm just Boring.  But, hey, you know what?  I'm very happy about you getting all domestic about this baby.  I see a very bright future -- suburbia, white picket fence, golden retriever.

Tess: That sounds like a nightmare, Nash, and you know it.

Nash: Yeah.

Tess: We belong here.

Nash: It's a done deal, all right?  Let it go.  Hey, come up with any good baby names?

Tess: Actually, yes, I did, and it's perfect.

Blair: You know, you did not have to come all this way.  I mean, I'm sure you had more important things to do.

Spencer: Yeah, I did actually, you know.  I was sitting around by myself watching a movie.  How about that?

Blair: Well, Starr shouldn't have called you.

Spencer: Well, she did and, you know, here I am, right?

Blair: So what's wrong with the car?

Spencer: Well, when was the last time you had it serviced?

Blair: I donít know.  It's been a while probably.

Spencer: You know what?  All the fluids are completely dried up in this thing.  I mean, there's not even any oil in it.

Blair: It's going to cost a fortune to get it fixed, right?

Spencer: You may as well sell it as scrap, forget it.

Blair: What?

Spencer: The engine's shot.  It's history, kaput --

Blair: Are you serious?

Spencer: You donít know anything about cars, do you?

Blair: Well, I run a magazine, thank you.  Anyway, Todd was the one that always took care of the cars.  I mean -- oh, man, the kids were looking forward to getting up there to the mountain and I wanted them to get their mind off their father and --

Spencer: My car works.  I'd be happy to take you.

Blair: You'd do that?

Spencer: Yeah, sure.  Starr called me, asked me for my help.  I'm not going to let her down.

Blair: Ok.

Evangeline: It's ok, Todd.  There's nothing here.  It's just an empty warehouse.

Todd: Then why are we whispering?

Evangeline: Oh.  Yeah, right.  Come on in, come on in.

Todd: No, no, no, no, this canít be.  He kept the lease for this place locked in his office.  Why would he do that unless he was hiding something about Margaret?

Evangeline: For all we know, this is just a place he uses for storage.

Todd: But he isn't storing anything.

Evangeline: Well, what did you expect to find?  A manuscript titled "how I framed Todd Manning for Margaret Cochran's murder" by Spencer Truman?

Todd: That's very funny.

Evangeline: Mm-hmm.

Todd: No, I was hoping to find a mistake.  There's no such thing as a perfect murder.

Evangeline: Come on, Todd.  You knew this was a long shot at best.  Wait.  What's that?

Todd: A pager.  "If lost, please return to Dr. Paige Miller."  Giddyup. 

Viki: Rose?  What went on in this house?

Clint: Please, tell us.

Rose: I'd forgotten all about this place.  I hadn't seen it in years.  Then one day, I was driving around with my dad.  I got my learner's permit, and we happened to be going down this street, and I saw this house.  All of a sudden, all these memories hit me, memories I didn't even know I had.

Viki: They're called recovered memories.

Clint: What happened then, Rose?

Rose: I couldn't tell my dad.  It was too awful.  But after I got my license, I came back.  I couldn't stay away, I was drawn to it.  Sometimes I would even see him in the window, on the lawn.

Clint: The man who hurt you and Jessie?

Rose: I should've said something to him.  I should've called the police.  But I couldn't do it.

Viki: Honey, you were afraid.

Rose: Then one day he finally moved away, but I kept driving by here.  I still do.  I probably always will.

Clint: Rose, I know how hard this is, but we need -- we need to know exactly what that man did to you and Jessica.

Rose: I'm sorry.  I thought I could help you, but I canít.

Viki: Oh, God, no, donít.  Please donít leave.  Please, please, tell me what happened to Jessica!

Nash: You want to call our baby "Grape?Ē

Tess: Yeah, it's perfect -- you know, you're a winemaker, we live here in wine country, it can work for a Boy or a girl, and it fits with your last name -- grape Brennan.

Nash: It's a fruit!

Tess: So's Apple -- that didn't stop Gwyneth Paltrow.  All the celebrities are naming their kids these kind of creative names.  There's sonnet and willow and I -- someBody else I -- whatever. What's the problem?  What, you want to name the kid "Mary" or "John"?

Nash: What's the matter with "Mary" or "John?"  They are good, solid names.

Tess: They're Boring.  Our kid is going to be way too cool to have some generic name.

Nash: Yeah, maybe, but I'm not calling any kid of mine "Banana," "Grape," "Plum" --

Tess: Plum's taken.

Nash: "Orange," or any other kind of fruit, vegetable, or inanimate object, no.

Tess: Well, then what did you have in mind?  Anything?

Nash: Yeah.  Actually, I do.  And donít worry, it's not going to be, you know, "John" or "Mary" or anything Boring, generic like that.

Tess: Ok, so lay it on me, String Bean.

Nash: All right, Humpty Dumpty.

Tess: Oh.

Nash: I've actually thought of this a lot.  Now, I -- I donít want to -- I donít want to saddle my kid with a name like "Nash," the way my parents did with me, so --

Tess: Oh, well, what's the matter with "Nash?"  "Nash" is sexy.

Nash: It's old English for "protruding cliff."

Tess: Oh.  Ok.  "Nash Jr." is out of the question.

Nash: Yeah.

Tess: What else did you have in mind?

Nash: Welll, if -- if it's a Boy, I kind of like "Alec."

Tess: Alec.

Nash: Yeah, little Alec.  It's -- it's from Greek.  It means "The protector."  That's important -- protecting the people you love.

Dorian: You're accusing me of having you injected with drugs?  That's outrageous.  Why would I do anything so heinous?

Rex: To keep Adriana and me apart.  You've been against us from the beginning.

Dorian: Oh, with good reason.

Rex: Yeah, now we're getting down to it.

Dorian: Oh, come on, you tried to frame me for murder.  No, no, no, you would never be my first choice for my daughter -- or my second or my third.  However, to say that I would plant drugs in your room and then have you injected with them -- well, isn't that a bit extreme, to say the least?

Rex: Yeah, it's extreme, but that's how women like you operate.

Dorian: Oh, "women like me?"

Rex: You think you can do whatever you want whenever you want.  Well, guess what -- you kept Adriana and me apart for a couple hours, but it ended up bringing us closer together.  So your little plan backfired right in your face.

Starr: Thanks for coming up here so fast.

Spencer: It's all right.  No problem.  No problem at all.  Here.

Starr: This doesn't mean I want you to be, like, my Dad or anything.

Spencer: Starr, I'm not trying to take your father's place.  You understand that, right?

Starr: With my Mom, either.

Spencer: We're just friends -- for now.

Starr: Good.  Spencer, you've been a really great friend to all of us, and it seems like whenever we need your help, you're always there.

Spencer: I always will be if you need me.  Listen, your mother, your brother, and you can pretty much count on me for anything.

Blair: Hey.

Jack: Does that mean you're coming on our vacation with us?

Spencer: Uh -- no.  Actually, I -- I think I'm just going to give you a ride, and then I've got to get back to Llanview.

Jack: Well, I was hoping you could snowBoard with me like daddy used to.

Blair: Sweetie, Dr. Spencer's really, really busy, and, you know, we canít expect him to drop everything for us, right?

Spencer: Yeah, you know what?  I bet your big sister will snowBoard with you.  Won't you, Starr?

Starr: Mm-hmm.

Spencer: It's starting to come down pretty heavy out here.  Let's get in here before they close the roads, all right?

Blair: Ok.

Spencer: Go, go, go.

Blair: Put that in Spencer's car, all right?  Thank you.  Thank you for everything.

Spencer: You're welcome.

Dorian: Adriana may be smitten with you at the moment, but your bad-Boy appeal is going to wear thin.

Rex: Yeah, you keep saying that, but doesn't shooting up heroin make me even badder?

Dorian: Shooting heroin is worse than just bad.

Rex: She knows that I'm not a junkie.

Dorian: So you say.

Rex: So I know.  The doctor confirmed it.  I was a first-time user, not a junkie.  I was injected, I didn't shoot up.  So how do you think Adriana's going to feel once she finds out you orchestrated the whole thing?

Dorian: She'll never believe you.  You have no proof.

Rex: I'm not hearing a denial here.

Dorian: Whatever minuscule problems Adriana and I may or may not have, I love her, and she loves me.  She's not going to appreciate your accusing her mother of something so horrific.  Now, you have heard the expression "shoot the messenger," haven't you?

Adriana: Hey.  Sorry it took so long.  Here.

Rex: Thank you.

Adriana: What's going on?

Todd: This is Paige Miller's pager.  Donít tell me this doesn't mean anything.

Evangeline: Uh -- I guess it means that she might've been here.

Todd: Well, look, first she tells me I was framed, and then when I -- when I mentioned Dr. Truman's name, she clams up.  And then we find her pager in an abandoned warehouse that Dr. Truman leased the day before Margaret was killed.  I think this is big.

Evangeline: Maybe.  We have to connect the dots.

Todd: Well, I know how to do it.  I'm going to put the screws to Paige Miller.

Evangeline: What, are you suicidal?

Todd: No, I'm trying to save my life is all.

Evangeline: By going out there and getting shot?  Paige lives with Bo, the Commissioner of police?  You lay one hand on her, they're going to be all over you.

Todd: I canít sit here and do nothing.

Evangeline: No, that's exactly what you're going to do.  Let me handle it.

Todd: Where you going to go?

Evangeline: Well, I'm going to get out of my prison attire and I'm going to go to The Palace.  There's an award ceremony there for Spencer, and I will bet you they are both there.

Blair: Let's get inside.  Man, it's coming down.  Here we go.  Yeah, that's the way I remember it.  I canít believe how much it's snowing.

Starr: Yeah, it's a good thing Dr. Truman came when he did.

Blair: Yeah, it is, and it's a good thing that you called him.  Thank you very much. But you know what?  You canít drive back to Llanview in this.

Spencer: I've driven in much worse than this.

Blair: Well, it doesn't mean that it's safe.  You canít do it.

Spencer: Look at it this way -- there's hardly anybody on the road, which considerably lessens the possibility of having a head-on collision with someone else, ok?  Hey, guys, have a great time tomorrow, take care of your Mom, enjoy the powder, all right?

Starr: Ok.  Jack, why donít we go check out the rooms.

Jack: Goodbye, Dr. Spencer.

Spencer: See you later, big boy.

Starr: Yeah, bye, and thanks again.

Spencer: Ok.  You're welcome.  Have fun.

Blair: All the snow off you guys.

Spencer: See you.  Such great kids you have.

Blair: Yeah, and you are suddenly now their favorite superhero.

Spencer: Right.  Well, enjoy your ski trip, ok?

Blair: Ok.

Spencer: I should get going.

Blair: Spencer, just wait.  You canít drive back, and, you know, if something were to happen to you, I would feel guilty for the rest of my life.

Spencer: Oh, so it's all about you, then, huh?

Blair: Well, actually, yeah.  You're going to have to stay.

Spencer: I'm not so sure that's a good idea.

Blair: Well, I canít let you go.

Rose: Let me go!

Viki: No, please, you have to tell me what happened.  What did that man do to you?

Rose: Let me go!

Viki: No, please, I have to know!  Please!

Rose: I canít talk about it!  I wish I'd never said anything in the first place!

Clint: Rose, Rose, Rose, it's all right.  Isn't it, Viki?

Viki: I'm sorry.  Yes, it is.  Look, I'm so desperate to help my daughter.

Clint: I know, I know, but we canít force Rose to talk about something she doesn't want to.

Rose: I'm sorry.  I'm so sorry.  Sorry.

Viki: Oh!

Clint: Viki, let her -- let her go.

Viki: But she knows what happened!

Clint: You know better than anybody how hard this is to talk about.

Viki: Oh, my God, that poor girl.  I didn't mean to attack her.

Clint: I know, I know that.

Viki: I just want to help Jessica.

Clint: I know, so do I.  We both do.

Viki: She was our only lead, Clint.

Clint: You know, it is times like this that I ask myself, what would Pa do?  Good night, Neil.

[Dixieland music plays]

Tess: Alec -- I like it.

Nash: Hmm.

Tess: Alec "The protector" Brennan.

Nash: Ooh.  Let's lose "The protector."  Kind of makes him sound like a hit man.  Little Alec.

Tess: Ok, fine.  Well, Alec for a boy.  What are we going to name it if it's a girl?

Nash: Not "Grape."

Tess: Come on.  "Grape" is cute.

Nash: "'Grape' is cute?"  "Sour Grapes," "Squash the Grapes" -- come on, can you imagine what the kids would do with a name like that on the playground, huh?

Tess: Fine.  Fine, fine, fine, fine, fine.  How about we name her after a wine?  Like "Chardonnay?"

Nash: Stripper.

Tess: "Shiraz?"

Nash: Belly-dancing stripper.

Tess: "Merlot?"

Nash: It's not going to be any grape name.  We've sold the place.  Just get over that.  Hey, you want to -- want to come for a shower?

Tess: Uh --

Nash: Hmm?

Tess: No, I donít think so. I'm going to unpack the groceries.  Besides, I donít think three of us can fit in there.

Nash: Hmm.  Aw, well -- sparks.  Little Alec.

[Door closes]

Tess: The groceries can wait.

Tess: Yeah, hi.  I'm looking for the realtor dealing with the Brennan winery sale.  Yeah, great. Um -- ahem -- I'm calling on behalf of Mr. Brennan.  I'm just calling to let you know that he's changed his mind.  You can tell the buyer that the deal is off.

Adriana: So?  What's going on here?

Rex: She's just worried about you dating a drug addict.

Adriana: Mom, he is not a drug addict.

Rex: I -- I know -- I told her.  Explained the whole thing.

Adriana: And you accept it?

Dorian: I donít have any choice, do I?

Adriana: Are you sure that's all that's going on here?

Evangeline: Hi.  Sorry to Bother you guys.  I was wondering if any of you have seen Dr. Miller.

Dorian: No.  Actually, she never did show up, not even for the award ceremony.  But then again, neither did the guest of honor.

Evangeline: Spencer didn't show up for his own award?

Dorian: Well, I'm not being precise here.  He showed up, but he left early.  I guess he had something pressing to attend to.

Evangeline: Thank you.

Blair: It's really coming down.  The roads are treacherous.

Spencer: Well, I know, but, you know, we --

Blair: I know, we had an agreement.

Spencer: Right, which is why I shouldn't stay.  I should go.

Blair: You know what?  Let's make an exception.  One night.  We'll call it a snow emergency, ok?  You can sleep right here on the sofa.

Spencer: Well --

Blair: It's a pullout.

Spencer: It's a pullout?  All right, that's --

Blair: Yeah.

Spencer: All right.

Blair: So you're going to stay?

Spencer: Sure, that's fine.  As long as you --

Blair: Good.

Spencer: Look at it that way.  Snow emergency, then ok.

Blair: Ok, well, I'm going to go tell the kids.  Jack and Starr, come out here a minute, Babe.  You know --

Spencer: As long as they're ok with this.

Blair: They're going to be ok.  Jack is the one that invited you here in the first place, and Starr asked you to come.

Spencer: Not to spend the night.

Starr: Wait, you're staying the night?

Blair: Look, it's really dumping out there.

Spencer: Yeah, unless, of course, you know, that's not ok with you guys, and I can find a motel.

Blair: It's fine.

Spencer: I mean, I'm sure there's one nearby.

Jack: No, stay here.  Please?

Starr: Yeah, Mom's right.  It's really bad out.  And besides, we canít let anything to happen to you, or else who's going to bail us out next time?

Blair: See?  There you go.  You're outnumbered, Buddy.  You sleep right here on the sofa, ok?

Starr: Yeah, it's fine.

Blair: You guys -- go brush your teeth.

Starr: Ok.

Blair: And I'll tuck you in, ok?

Starr: Mm-hmm.

Jack: Ok.

Blair: All right.

Spencer: You're sure you're ok with this?  Is this a good idea?

Blair: As long as you're ok with the sofa.

Spencer: The sofa's fine.

Todd's voice: How much longer do you think we'll get away with putting the kids to bed that early?

Blair: They're still young.

Todd: Well -- well, Starr thinks she's a teenager already.

Blair: Go on, she already -- yeah, pretty soon she will be.

Todd: Yeah.  You know, I think Jack's almost old enough for me to teach him how to snowboard.

Blair: Hmm. It's so nice to have you here this year.

Todd: Oh.  Yeah.

Blair: It is.  It's like a -- a real family vacation.  It's something I never had anyway.

Todd: Oh, poor you.  Cry me a river.

Blair: Oh, gosh.

Todd: The only vacation I ever got was when Peter Manning went on vacation without me.

Blair: Oh, poor you.  Well, at least we're able to give our kids something that we never had, and it's a good thing, right?

Todd: Yeah.  It's really all I've ever wanted, you know, was to make you guys happy.

Blair: I'm happy, Todd.  I'm happier than I've ever been.  The kids are happy.

Todd: Hmm. Well, I know I've done a lot of things.  I know I've let you guys down.

Blair: Not anymore.

Todd: No, never.

Blair: Hmm.

Todd: No matter what happens, I'll never let you down, never again.  Hmm.

Blair: Oh.  Donít you do it.

[Blair chuckles]

Blair: Hey, let me help you with that.

Spencer: I got it.  I got it.  It's done.

Blair: I'm telling you, Jack is so excited that you're staying.  You're going to have a hard time leaving tomorrow.  He's going to make you go out on the slopes and go all the way to the top of the mountain so he can show you how he can snowboard!

Spencer: We'll see, we'll see.

Blair: And Starr -- she says that we owe you a pancake breakfast.

Spencer: Pancakes?

Blair: Pancakes.

Spencer: That sounds good, but I think I've already taken up enough of your family time as it is, donít you?

Blair: Yeah, whatever is left of our family.  Our poor kids -- I mean, if they grow up without a father.  Look, I know what that's about.

Spencer: Yeah, me, too.

Blair: You know, David mentioned that you guys were raised by your father.

Spencer: Well, actually, we lived with our mother when we were little, up until the time she died, so --

Blair: Wait.  You mean your mother and your father weren't together?

Spencer: Oh, she was a great lady.  She just -- strong, you know, gutsy.  Didn't take any duff off of anybody. She kicked the guy out of the house that she married, that, you know, when she was able to take care of us by herself.  I canít believe she did it, but she did.  She really worked hard at it and we knew she loved us because of it.  It was just pure -- unconditional love is what it was.

Blair: How young were you when you lost her?

Spencer: We were young.  In fact --

Blair: Really?

Spencer: Yeah -- Davey -- he doesn't really remember much.  I -- I pretty much remember everything.

Blair: So that's when you guys moved in with your dad?

Spencer: Yeah.  He never even came to see her in the end.  You know, he put her through all that pain and broke her heart and treated her as if she never even existed.

Blair: Do you blame him for your mother's death?

Spencer: Who, my father?

Blair: Yeah?  That's who we're talking about, right?

Spencer: He was a soulless, heartless bastard, you know?  I -- I had to step in and do everything to help my mother out, you know?

Blair: What'd you do?

Spencer: You -- you donít want to know.

Blair: Maybe I already do.

Spencer: What do you mean?  How so?

Blair: I'm telling you right now, anyone did anything to hurt my mother, they better just watch out.

Spencer: Yeah?

Blair: Yeah.

Spencer: Well, aren't you glad you asked me to stay?  I'm, you know, such an uplifting guy to talk to.  Kind of a downer, isn't it?

Blair: Look -- hey, I -- I understand.

Spencer: I know you do.

Blair: I do.

Spencer: If you're going to hit the powder tomorrow, you better get to bed, donít you think?  The kids will be up early.

Blair: Are you going to be warm enough here?

Spencer: Fine.  I'm fine.

Blair: I'm going to get you another blanket just in case.

Spencer: All right.

Blair: Be right back.

[Phone rings]

Spencer: Hello, Dr. Quinlan.  Yes, I -- I know.  I -- I apologize for leaving the ceremony early.  I -- something came up.  It was a bit of an emergency, actually.  I know the Scarborough award is very prestigious.  Yes, sir, I -- I know how important it is.  Yes, sir.  The truth is something came up that's more important to me.

Todd: How am I supposed to sit here and not do anything?  Ah, you know what?  To hell with it all.

[Shower runs]

Nash: Hey.  I forgot the shampoo.

Tess: Yeah, I know.  I was just going to bring it to you.

Nash: Thank you.  You didn't unpack the bags?

Tess: No.  I was doing something else much more important.

Nash: Ooh.  Do tell.

Tess: Good news -- the vineyard sale is off.

Nash: What?

Tess: I was talking to your realtor, Shelly.  Yeah, she was really nice.

Nash: I didn't -- I didn't hear the phone ring.

Tess: Well, I -- then you didn't hear it ring.

Nash: I didn't hear it ring.  What did you do?

Tess: What difference does it make, Nash?

Nash: You called the realtor, didn't you?

Tess: Donít you know what this means?  We can stay, we can raise little Grape or Alec here just like we planned.

Nash: Do you have any idea what you've done?

Tess: I've corrected your mistake.

Nash: We canít live here!  I'm calling her back.

Tess: No, I'll do it.

Nash: You do that.  You fix this -- now.  I mean it.  Where's the shampoo?

[Nash sighs]

[Door slams]

Clint: I found nothing except some old tools.  Did you find anything?

Viki: No, there's nothing upstairs.

Clint: Whatever was here, someone cleared it out a long time ago.

Viki: Donít say that.  There's got to be something here.

Clint: Well, if there isn't, we'll find out who the owner was, we'll get a hold of them, and we'll make him talk.

Viki: Clint, that could take months.  The man may not even be alive anymore.  You know what?  I cannot stand this.  Jessie has been suffering so long, since she was a child, and to come this close to being able to help her and then not be able to?

Clint: Viki, it's all right, we'll keep looking, and we'll get through this together.

Viki: Oh, my God, what kind of atrocities took place here?

Clint: I donít know, but I have a feeling we're not going to find out now.  Come on.  Let's go. 

Dorian: Adriana, sit down.  Let's order dinner.  You can see Rex tomorrow.

Adriana: Actually, I'm pretty tired.  Rex, will you take me home?

Dorian: I'll drive you.

Adriana: No, all my stuff is in Rex's car, so I'll just get a ride with him.  I'll see you at home.  Bye.

Dorian: Bye.

Rex: Hey -- I must've dropped my cell.  I have to go -- get the car, ok?

Adriana: Sure.

Rex: Ok.  Be right there.

Rex: There's only one reason I didn't rat you out to Adriana.  I donít want to hurt her.  Not because I'm scared of you.  So if it's a war you want, bring it on.

[Knock on door]

Evangeline: It's just me, Todd.  Todd?  Are you here?  Damn it!  Where the hell did he go?

 [Shower runs]

Tess: Hi.  I'm calling for Mr. Brennan again.  I need to speak to his realtor -- shelly, her name is?  She's not in?  Great.

[Knock on door]

Tess: I'll call you back.

Tess: Who are you?

George: I'm George Reston.

Tess: Reston, as in --

George: Claudia -- my daughter?

Tess: Look, if you're looking for Nash, he's not here.  I donít know when he's going to be back.

George: Well, that's good because he's not the one I came to see -- you are.

Viki: What are you doing?

Clint: The floorboard's giving way.  Who knows, there might be something under it.

Viki: Oh --

Clint: There's something in here.

On the next "One Life to Live" --

Evangeline: This what you're looking for?

Todd: Blair!

George: There will never be any happily-ever-after -- not for you two.

Clint: Are you sure you want to go through with this?

Viki: Yes.

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