OLTL Transcript Monday 4/17/06

One Life to Live Transcript Monday 4/17/06


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Rex: Hey, Duchess, it's me. I went over to "Craze" but didn't see you. Lucky for you, huh? Ok, I -- I messed up. I'm an idiot. I was hoping you could cut me some slack and hear me out. I want to explain, but I can't do it if you won't pick up the phone. So if it's not too much to ask and you are there, how about pushing the answering button and saying, "oh, Rex, it's so good to hear your voice"? I'll accept anything if you just pick up the phone.

[Duke and Kelly laugh]

Kelly: Oh, you -- you beast.

Duke: Oh, you ain't seen nothing yet.

Kelly: Oh, Duke!

[Kelly laughs]

Duke: We won't be needing this anymore.

[Phone rings]

Kelly: Hmm -- hold that thought. Hello? Oh, it's for you.

[Phone rings]

Kevin: Hello?

Kelly: What are you still doing there?

Kevin: Huh?

Kelly: Did you forget we're having dinner tonight at Rodiís?

Kevin: Uh -- no. Oh, damn it. No, I didn't forget. I didn't realize it was so late.

Kelly: Well, ok, I'll wait.

Kevin: Uh -- no, no, don't -- don't wait for me. I'm -- I'm up to my eyeballs in work here. Just eat without me, ok?

Kelly: All right, then I will see you a little later.

Kevin: A little later.

Duke: Are you leaving?

Kevin: Yeah, it looks that way.

Duke: Ahem. I thought we should talk.

Kevin: About what?

Duke: Kelly.

Hugh: Aren't you the famous Kelly Cramer? I -- you might not buy this, but I can't even tell you how glad I am to see you.

Cristian: I'm telling you, I am not lying, I'm starting a new life. Clean break.

Evangeline: I know of what I speak. You say it, but you don't mean . I've been there.

Cristian: Well, this time, believe it. I'm moving on, with or without Natalie. I have you to thank.

John: You all right?

Natalie: What the hell is going on here?

John: I'm sorry, I wasn't expecting anyone to be there.

Natalie: Want to talk about it?

John: No. I think I'd rather throw Bottles.

Natalie: Because that fixes it.

John: No. That breaks it, and right now that's what I feel like doing.

Natalie: John, what is happening to you?

John: I don't know.

R.J.: Well, how is she?

Doctor: She's making progress, Mr. Gannon.

R.J.: Specifics, please.

Doctor: She's out of the coma. We're getting response from her eyes, but no verbal or other motor activity.

R.J.: And the prognosis?

Doctor: Well, there's no way of telling at this point what kind of recovery she'll have. She may have suffered extensive neurological damage. She may never regain her motor or neural activity.

R.J.: Well, what about her memory? I mean, will she remember anything?

Doctor: I can't answer that. She may not recover at all. This may be as good as it gets.

[Rex sighs]

Rex: You know, it's really hard to talk to a machine about this. You mean a lot to me, Adriana. We have something and I don't want to lose it. We can clear all this up with one conversation. All right, this isn't how I wanted to do it, but here goes.

[Phone beeps]

Adriana: Rex? Are you there?

Layla: It's Layla.

Adriana: Oh.

Layla: Sorry to let you down. Is something wrong?

Adriana: Everything.

Rex: Damn. If you can't hear this, then your machine just cut me off. And if you can't hear this, then why am I still talking?

Kelly: And why are you so glad to see me?

Hugh: My date.

Kelly: Oh. She's very pretty.

Hugh: Jeez.

Kelly: Ow.

Hugh: Yeah. Unfortunately, what you see is -- uh -- well, it'd be very ungentlemanly to finish that sentence. Hey, Billy, can I get two more, please? Thanks.

Kelly: Is she drunk?

Hugh: Drunk? No, that's just -- that's just Trisha.

Kelly: Oh. Trisha, huh? Well, she's got to be good at something. Have you used your imagination?

Hugh: Why do you think I asked r out in the first place?

Kelly: Hmm.

Hugh: But as far as conversation goes, we are limited, restricted to short sentences, words with only one or two syllables, that's it.

Kelly: That's too bad. But you still never answered my original question.

Hugh: What ques-- oh. Well, I -- you looked depressed, and I thought that maybe I could cheer you up. I just thought that I might be able to coerce a smile out of you. Smile. I'll take it.

[Kelly chuckles]

Hugh: That's great. All right, well, I better get back there before Trisha hurts someone more. Keep that smile going or I'll have to come back.

Kevin: What kind of conversation could we possibly have about Kelly?

Duke: She -- she needs your -- your signature before she can move ahead on the Lenox project.

Kevin: Oh. Oh, the Lenox project. Anything else?

Duke: Nope. Uh -- I just need your autograph, and then I'll drop it off on the way out.

Kevin: Oh, she's gone. I'll give it to her at home.

Duke: Is everything ok?

Kevin: "Is everything ok?"

Duke: You're alone in your office drinking.

Natalie: You know, maybe you should let somebody talk to you. Maybe they can -- help.

John: No, you mean maybe you can help.

Natalie: Give it a try for once.

John: Ok, here goes -- I don't like when people try to worm their way into my head.

Natalie: Ok, the only person who's ever done that is dr. Crosby, and I'm definitely not him.

John: Yeah, well, thanks for making the distinction. What are you doing up here, anyway?

Natalie: Maybe I came up here for the same reason as you.

John: I doubt it.

Natalie: You know, John, just because I didn't bring a six-pack of beer and get pissed off and start throwing Bottles doesn't mean I can't come up here to clear my head, too.

John: Well, maybe you should've brought a six-pack, then we wouldn't have to talk at all.

Natalie: John, come on, let me in. Maybe I can do something.

John: No. You can't do anything for me.

Evangeline: Why are you thanking me? I took back what I said about you and Natalie. It's none of my business.

Cristian: It doesn't mean you were wrong.

Evangeline: Look, you can't finally break it off with somebody because of something I said in the heat of the moment.

Cristian: Hey, I make my own decisions, but you inspired me.

Evangeline: How?

Cristian: You just inspired me.

Evangeline: How?

Cristian: When you tried to save Manning from the cops.

Evangeline: Oh. Now you're making perfect sense.

Cristian: No, think about it. You were driven, you had one goal, one purpose -- save him.

Evangeline: Yeah, and we see how well that turned out.

Cristian: It was a lost cause.

Evangeline: Don't say that.

Cristian: You risked everything for this guy, Evangeline, even your own freedom.

Evangeline: Because I believe him.

Cristian: I know. But I tried to get you to leave it alone. You know, let it play out, turn the page --

Evangeline: Yes, you did.

Cristian: And I wasn't willing to walk the same walk. Look, I don't know if Natalie will ever want to be with me again, but I do know that I need to move on, and I thank you.

Evangeline: Uh -- I don't know what to say.

Cristian: You could say "you're welcome."

[Evangeline chuckles]

Evangeline: This is just weird. This is so weird, sitting here talking to a guy who's just so comfortable baring his soul.

Cristian: Maybe you should get used to it.

Evangeline: Are you alluding to something?

Cristian: Yeah.

Kevin: Are you worried about me, son? Hmm?

Duke: I just don't think it's a good idea to be drinking at the office.

Kevin: And that's your business, why?

Duke: Because you're my father, and it's unhealthy to be drinking in the office.

Kevin: You want to know what's unhealthy?

Duke: What?

Kevin: The fact that I'm your father and you think that I should share everything with you.

Duke: What are you talking about?

Kevin: You're my son, not my shrink, ok? And for your edification, son, I had a lunch meeting with a client who likes to drink. I was merely taking the Bottle home.

Duke: Yeah, I don't believe that for a second.

Woman: Hi. I called an order to go. Darla?

Billy: Right.

Woman: Thanks. Shh. It's ok.

Kelly: He's a doll.

Woman: Oh, thanks. He's a handful. He's got a tooth coming in.

Kelly: Oh, yeah. I remember what that's like. Yeah. I have a little trick I used to do.

Woman: Oh, well, if you have any tips, I'd love to know them.

Kelly: May I?

Woman: Sure.

Kelly: Hello. Hello, sweetheart. Hi.

[Baby coos]

Kelly: I know. I know, teething is hard work.

R.J.: You sound pretty sure of yourself.

Doctor: She suffered a significant stroke, Mr. Gannon. The blood supply to the right hemisphere of her brain was completely obstructed. There's no indication of any motor activity, other than her eyes. And if, and only if, she were to regain motor function, it is quite apparent the left side of her Body will remain paralyzed.

R.J.: Oh, wait a minute, now. I've done a little bit of reading, and everything says that -- well, there's no way to predict with any certainty how a patient will recover from something like this.

Doctor: And your name is Dr. What? Look, I've been a doctor for a long time.

R.J.: Yeah, yeah, well, I've known Nora a long, long time. And -- well, you have no idea how strong she is.

Doctor: I hope you're right.

R.J.: I am. I am.

Matthew: Come on. Come on! I want my candy! Give me my candy!

Rex: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Matthew: Oh! Let me go!

Rex: No. Sorry, Charlie, ain't going to happen.

[Matthew kicks vending machine]

Adriana: I feel awful. Rex just tried to open up his heart to me.

Layla: Well, that's a good thing.

Adriana: Yeah, except that it was to my answering machine, because I was too chicken to pick up. So I just sat there like a fool and listened.

Layla: It was smart not to pick up. That man should know he needs to give you some time to cool off.

Adriana: Maybe.

Layla: Well, you go ahead and screen those calls. It's the right thing to do.

Adriana: I wish I had picked up.

Layla: What are you eating?

Adriana: Cookie dough ice cream.

Layla: Stacking calories at home is a bad idea. You're going to end up in a stuffed, sugar-high, blue funk. Layla's coming to your rescue.

Adriana: I'm fine.

Layla: I don't care what you think. I'm telling you what you need -- people. The more people you're surrounded by, the better. Antonio's watching Jamie tonight, but I think Cristian and Evangeline will hang out with us. And you don't have to talk about you-know-who. Only if you want to. What do you say?

Evangeline: What are you alluding to?

Cristian: I'm saying you should be with a guy who will open up to you. You deserve that.

Evangeline: Damn right I deserve it. But I'm not holding my breath.

Cristian: Well, maybe he'll show up sooner than you think.

Evangeline: Cristian -- all right, so what are you going to do now? Tell me about the new you.

Cristian: The truth?

Evangeline: If you're brave enough to tell the truth.

Cristian: Yeah, I don't have a clue.

Evangeline: Hmm.

Cristian: Natalie's been such a big part of me for so long.

Evangeline: I think you're a strong guy. You'll figure it out.

Cristian: It's not like I have a choice.

Evangeline: You have a whole world of choices.

Cristian: I suppose I can dive into my paintings. I have boxing.

Evangeline: As two opposite worlds collide.

Cristian: That's me. You know, they Both help me release something from inside. Obviously, Boxing is more on the animalistic side.

Evangeline: Yeah, obviously.

Cristian: But there's something about the adrenaline and the anger and that guy standing right there in front of you, staring you in the eye. It's like he's your enemy for three minutes. You sit down, you glue your face back together, and then you go at it again for three minutes. Your enemy -- it's good to see your enemy. It's good to hit him.

Evangeline: You know what? Maybe -- maybe the guy in front of you isn't your enemy. Maybe it's the guy inside you.

Cristian: Were you a psych major before law school?

Evangeline: No, I mean, I'm just observant. You're a man.

Cristian: Wow. You are observant.

Evangeline: And I -- I kind of admire the man that you are. I mean, you're making a fresh start. And you're accepting that it's over between the two of you.

Cristian: Yeah, well, I don't know if it'll ever really be over.

Natalie: I mean, who is it this time, John? Who's the enemy? Is it me? Dr. Crosby? Uncle Bo? Or is it possible that none of us are the enemy, and maybe the enemy --

John: Yeah, I know. The enemy is me. I get it.

Natalie: Maybe there's some truth to that.

John: You know, I was doing just fine until this shrink comes along and he tells me I got issues. Issues because my father died when I was young.

Natalie: John, you were not doing fine.

John: I think I was.

Natalie: No. And now you're giving up.

John: Got to be fighting something to give up.

Natalie: Uh-huh. And you're not?

John: I'm fighting for something.

Natalie: You could still give up.

John: I'm not done yet.

Natalie: John --

John: What, Natalie?

Natalie: Why won't you let me help?

Kevin: Believe what you want. I'm going home.

Duke: I don't think getting behind the wheel is such a good idea right now.

Kevin: Duke, I don't give a damn what you think, ok?

Duke: Fine, fine -- what's Kelly going to think when she sees you like this, huh?

Kevin: Why don't you just run off and ask her, you're so close?

Duke: Oh, come on, dad.

Kevin: Oh, come on, what? No, please, come on, tell me how I'm going to screw it up this time, o wise one.

Duke: Why don't we just leave it alone for tonight? And you can go sleep it off.

Kevin: That's a good idea. Let's sleep it off, wake up tomorrow, and forget it ever happened.

Duke: If that's what you want.

Kevin: No, that's not what I want. What I want is for you to be a man for once, ok? So come on! Let's barf the truth all over each other!

Duke: Fine, fine. You know what? I know the past couple of years have been tough on you.

Kevin: Oh. Well, that's insightful. You think?

Duke: It's no excuse for how you've been acting the past few months. Hey, I'm afraid for you, and I'm afraid for Kelly. What?

Kevin: That's -- that's nice, that's great.

Duke: Great.

Kevin: You're afraid for Kelly. Well, I'm sure that you think that you're better for her than I am.

Duke: You're damn right I am!

Woman: Can I take you with me?

Kelly: Oh, it's just experience. You'll get the hang of it. Here.

Woman: Thanks.

Kelly: There you go. There you go, back to mama.

Woman: Oh, thank you.

Kelly: There you go.

Woman: Well, maybe our kids can have a play date sometime.

Kelly: Yeah, maybe.

Woman: Bye, take care.

Hugh: Kelly? Hey. I understand.

Kelly: Why, did you lose a child, too?

R.J.: You know, you're missing the whole show. That should have been you up in court. Trying Manning for murder -- for double murder. He is so dead. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy. But, you know, you hurry up out of this bed, and you won't have to miss the execution. Ok, maybe you're saving yourself up for one of Lindsay's visits. You might not believe it, but before your eyes opened, she was in here all the time. So come on. Enough is enough. Let's wrap up this little vacation -- get you up and out of this bed.

Matthew: I can't even get my stupid candy bar.

Rex: Yeah, it looks like we have a hanger.

Rex: That was easy. It's when you don't put any money in it, it's a challenge. I once emptied a machine of every one of those caramel peanut bars. I can't even look at one now. Maybe I shouldn't be telling you this.

Matthew: I've done some stuff I shouldn't have, too.

Rex: I find that hard to believe.

Matthew: Well, it's true.

Rex: So do you want to tell me why you're so mad?

Matthew: I heard the doctor talking to R.J. he said my mom might not get better.

Rex: Sometimes doctors don't know squat. They also said she might be in a coma forever.

Matthew: Well, what if she can't love me anymore?

Rex: Real love is always going to be there, no matter what.

Matthew: Are you talking about Jen?

Rex: Yeah. And someone else.

Layla: What?

Adriana: Maybe I shouldn't go out with you guys.

Layla: Then maybe you can stay home with your mom.

Adriana: So where are we going?

Evangeline: So I was right about the set-it-free speech. You're just giving Natalie room so that she comes back to you.

Cristian: Maybe. Then again, maybe not.

Evangeline: Well, if you are going to move on, I think maybe I should give you a little bit of friendly advice. Don't do what I did. Don't throw yourself into your work -- your painting, your Boxing, whatever, no. You need to start thinking about letting someone else into your life.

Cristian: Yeah. Yeah, you're right. I need to start opening up to whatever, or whoever is on the horizon.

[Knock on door]

Layla: Break it up! We're all going partying.

Evangeline: What?

Adriana: I got wrangled into this.

Layla: It's for your own good. She needs to get Rex Balsom out of her head. So, I'm enlisting you, Cristian, and I don't want to hear anything about you needing to stick your nose in a law book, Vange, because you're coming, too.

Cristian: Rex is giving you trouble, you let me know.

Adriana: It's more like he's troubled.

Layla: Evangeline?

Evangeline: Ok, ok. If it's for a good cause, I'm down.

Layla: It's all settled, then.

Cristian: So what did you have in mind?

Layla: Rodiís?

Adriana: Do I have a say?

Layla: No. Let's go.

Cristian: I'll meet up with you guys later.

Layla: Ok. See you.

Evangeline: I'll be right out.

Cristian: Hmm.

Evangeline: You sure you're up to partying tonight?

Cristian: Yeah. I need to start looking at the horizon, right?

Adriana: So what was Evangeline doing there?

Layla: I don't know, but we definitely interrupted something.

Adriana: Think they were talking about John?

Layla: She's my sister. I can squeeze anything out of her.

Evangeline: Ready?

Man: Here's Natalie Buchanan's number.

Vincent: Nice. I might be able to use her after all.

John: Now, why does everyone think dissecting me is going to help?

Natalie: Because people care about you. I care. And I think I know you, Mc Bain.

John: I know you, too, Buchanan-Vega. And maybe in a different time and a different place --

Natalie: What? We could live happily ever after?

John: Love, that's what everyone wants, isn't it?

Matthew: So what are you doing here?

Rex: I wanted to see Bo.

Matthew: He's probably at Rodiís. What were you going to do -- ask him to forgive you?

Rex: How'd you know he was mad at me?

Matthew: I don't know -- he said something about you being in a pickle -- you know, stuck between first and second base, which happened to me once, but I got tagged out.

Rex: Well, in this case, the first and second basemen Both have bats and they're swinging them at me.

Matthew: Is my dad one of the guys with the bats?

Rex: Yeah. And Adriana has the other one. I wanted to look like a hero, but I ended up looking like a --

[Rex raspberries]

Matthew: Why don't you just try to be yourself instead of trying to look like something you're not?

Rex: What are you, a wise old man in a Boy suit?

Matthew: You know, you're really cool. I wish you really were my big brother.

Rex: Me, too. So, are you ready to go talk to your mom?

Matthew: Yeah. Yeah, Rex, I am.

[Knock on door]

Cristian: Hey. It's going to 1177 Regency drive. Natalie Ve-- uh -- sorry -- Buchanan.

Delivery man: "Ve Buchanan"?

Delivery man: Oh.

Cristian: All right.

Natalie: No, happily ever after only exists in fairy tales, John.

John: Yeah, well, if you don't have good dreams, you got nightmares, right?

Natalie: And you said therapy wasn't helping.

John: Obviously, it hasn't.

Natalie: So, try finding your dad's killer.

John: That's part of it. You know, I keep saying I'm just doing my job, but it's more than that. It's everything. But, hey, I appreciate what you're doing and I want to say thanks.

Natalie: For what?

John: For butting out.

[Phone rings]

John: I don't know if I could handle it if I knew you were looking into this thing.

Natalie: Hello?

Vincent: Hey, Natalie. Do you know who this is?

Natalie: Yeah.

Vincent: We have some unfinished business.

Kevin: You think you're better for Kelly than I am.

Duke: Well, you've set the bar pretty low, Dad. Kelly deserves better and she knows it.

Kevin: You little snot.

Duke: What?

Kevin: How dare you talk to your father like that.

Duke: You know, maybe if I had a father growing up, I'd treat him with some respect.

Kevin: "Maybe if you had a father" -- you're going to blame this on me, huh? The sins of the father -- is that it? You know what, son? You should look at yourself for a change before you start throwing your moral crap around. Maybe that's why Adriana left you for a lowlife, huh? Because no one can live up to your standards!

Kelly: Where's your girlfriend?

Hugh: I have to get up early, so she took a cab home.

Kelly: Hmm. "Get up early" -- isn't that code for "this date really isn't going very well, so we're just going to cut our losses?"

Hugh: No, I really do have to get up early. I have court in the morning.

Kelly: Yet, here you stand.

Hugh: I figured you could use somebody to talk to, and unlike that drink, I can actually talk back.

[Layla chuckles]

Evangeline: Ugh! Ok, we're here.

Layla: Hmm. That D.A. is sexy.

Evangeline: What? No, he's not. He's a self-righteous pig.

Layla: Uh -- you're just saying that because he's on the other side of the bench.

Evangeline: No, I'm saying it because it's true, and so help me, Layla, if you ever go out with Hugh, I will disown you.

Layla: You hate everyone I want to go out with.

Evangeline: Yeah, I pretty much do.

Layla: Yeah. I tried to talk to Rex when I first got to town and you wouldn't even let me -- excuse me.

Rex: Well, it wouldn't have worked out anyway.

Kevin: Will you marry me?

Kelly: Yes, I will, as long as you promise this is the last time.

Kevin: I love you so much.

Kelly: I love you.

Kevin: That is not the dress you want to wear if you actually want to get out of here and up to the lodge tonight. You realize that?

Kelly: Well, that is the general idea.

Kevin: Oh, yeah?

Kelly: Mm-hmm.

Kevin: Well, let's see what's underneath it, huh?

Kelly: Hey!

[Kelly chuckles]

Kelly: Asa is expecting us.

Kevin: Well, you're the one that wants to have this baby so bad. I'm just doing my part.

Kelly: Mmm.

Kelly: And this time next year, we'll be parents.

Natalie: I didn't think I'd be hearing from you again.

Vincent: Asking about a cop killer -- it's risky business.

Natalie: So why are you calling?

Vincent: There's a bar up around your way, Rodiís.

Natalie: Yeah, I know it.

Vincent: Tomorrow, 8:00. Be there.

Rex: Can I talk to you for a minute?

Adriana: No.

Rex: Then you mind if I sit here?

Adriana: Yes. Thanks for trying, you guys. Tell Cristian I had to go.

Rex: You can't avoid me forever.

Adriana: No, but I really want to. I -- I'm not ready yet. I don't know what to say.

Rex: Then stop talking.

Layla: He's not here yet.

Evangeline: Hmm?

Layla: Cristian.

Evangeline: Oh, I know. He's probably just held up.

Layla: Is everything ok with him?

Evangeline: Why?

Layla: It just seemed like you were having a pretty deep powwow when we came in.

Evangeline: Well, you know, he broke it off with Natalie.

Layla: What? Why?

Cristian: Is this seat taken?

Kelly: Listen, I'm sorry I snapped at you earlier.

Hugh: It's ok, I can take it. I didn't mean to pressure you.

Kelly: Holding that baby really upset me. I want a child more than anything and I don't know if that is ever going to happen and I don't know how that's going to affect my relationship with Kevin.

Hugh: You know, maybe there's another way that you could start a family.

Duke: Let me give you what he can't.

Kelly: Are you offering to get me pregnant? Listen -- um -- I got to go. Thanks for the shoulder.

Hugh: Sure.

Duke: Hey. Hey, what is it? What's wrong?

R.J.: Well, now, I know you're going to have all kinds of good advice for me once you're up and around, so please, just try to rest the eyes, all right? Hey. Looks like Matthew is here to spend a little quality time with his mom, so I will see you tomorrow. I love you. Hey, man, you ready for the second shift?

Matthew: Yep.

R.J.: All right. Now, remember, if she does anything -- I mean, anything at all -- you let me know, and if she dances an Irish jig, be sure to get pictures?

Matthew: All right.

R.J.: All right.

Matthew: Hey, mom. I got some pictures from the other day's game. I got three hits and I made a double play at the end of the game. I got the game ball. Oh, my God, Mom.

Kelly: Duke, this really isn't a good time. I -- I have to go.

Kevin: Hey, get away from my wife. Get out of here.

Duke: Your wife?

Hugh: Hey, Kevin, Kevin?

Kevin: Come on.

Hugh: Hey, hey, hey, thanks for coming. I never got to thank you for your testimony at the Manning case. I really appreciate it.

Kelly: I've got to get out of here.

Kevin: Hey, listen -- get out -- get out of my way!

Hugh: Hey, hey -- no, listen, listen. Hey, I've prosecuted many assault cases and this is how they start. I don't want to have to bring charges against the police commissioner's nephew. Just let it go. Let it go.

Rex: You can close your mouth now and keep it closed until I'm done talking. I'm a screw-up. There's no getting around it. But I've been screwing up a lot less since we -- well, thanks to you. Now, don't get me wrong -- I'm never going to be an altar Boy, but I am getting better. And I admit, I'm sorry for a lot of the things that I have done, but helping Todd is not one of them. But I should've told you what I was doing.

Evangeline: How about I get us some drinks?

Layla: A Cosmo, please.

Evangeline: Cristian, beer?

Cristian: Yeah, I'll get it.

Evangeline: No, wait -- no, no, I'll get it.

Cristian: I can get it.

Evangeline: You've Bought enough beers for me. You stay here and keep Layla out of trouble. I'll be right back.

Layla: So, I'm sorry I haven't seen any of your fights.

Cristian: There will be others.

Layla: Then I'll make it a point to get a ringside seat for the next one.

Cristian: Oh, no. You don't -- you don't want ringside.

Layla: Why?

Cristian: Well, we call ringside "the splash zone."

Layla: Splash zone?

Cristian: Yep. A good punch can send a lot of blood and sweat flying around.

Layla: What about tears?

Cristian: Well, hopefully it's the other guy.

Layla: Do you ever get scared?

Cristian: Before every Bout.

Evangeline: Ok, here we are.

Layla: Thank you.

Evangeline: Cosmo, two beers. What should we drink to?

Cristian: All right. How about blood, sweat, and tears?

Evangeline: Oh, I think we've had enough of that for a while. How about we just drink to good times?

Layla: Huh.

Natalie: John? Why won't you let me help?

John: I broke it, I clean it, right?

Natalie: No, I -- I mean with your -- your father.

John: Why is it so important for you to help?

Natalie: Why do you keep answering my questions with a question?

John: I don't know.

Natalie: Oh, my -- you're hurt. Let me see --

John: It's -- it's nothing, all right? Just leave it. It actually feels kind of good.

Natalie: John, let me see it, tough guy. Oh, my -- oh. Clean this up. Oh, man.

John: Easy, easy.

Natalie: Ok, ok. I see you're not wearing your st. Jude's medal.

John: Yeah, well, I figured after the plane crash, I'd -- I'd give it a rest. I didn't want to push my luck -- patron saint of lost causes and all.

Natalie: You know, I didn't give it to you because you were a lost cause. Come here.

On the next "One Life to Live" --

Hugh: You aided and abetted an escaped criminal. I'd love to hear your side of that.

Adriana: So would I.

Claudia: Do you know the name Antonio Vega?

Jill: Good morning, Norman. There's someone here to see you.

Nash: I want to spend the rest of my life with you. Marry me.

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