One Life to Live Transcript Tuesday 5/2/06
Proofread by Brandi
Paige: Get out of my way.
Spencer: Not until you tell me where my brother is.
Paige: I don't know. Call his cell.
Spencer: If he was answering his cell, I wouldn't have to ask you.
Paige: I don't know anything.
Spencer: I'm going to ask you one more time, Paige. Where is my brother?
David: I am an American citizen. Call my Embassy.
[Officer speaks Thai]
Todd: I was hoping it was you. Evangeline was here earlier, said she gave you the D.V.D. I hope it got through to you.
Roxy: Lindsay just texted me! They're here! Ok, everybody hide! Come on, hide. Hide. Shh, shh.
Marcie: Lindsay, I don't understand why I canít get my nails done tomorrow. I have plenty of time.
Lindsay: Because we're going to get them done today.
Roxy: Ok, quiet, everybody. Miss Walsh, on your last night of being a single broad, it is the sworn duty of all the ladies in this room to give you a night tonight that you will never, ever forget!
Marcie: Oh, my -- thank you. Thank you so much.
Michael: Ok. Everybody grab yourself a beer -- that is, if you're not on-call -- and I'll be right with you.
Man: We just started, Michael.
Man: Yeah, what are you drinking?
Michael: Anything cold?
Michael: Ugh, voicemail again? Come on, Johnny, what's the deal? What, are you going to skip out on your brother's bachelor party?
John: Why, come on, Natalie, open up. I need to talk to you.
Natalie: I'm here. And judging from your mood, you're not here to talk about Cristian's sketch.
John: Yeah, we should've talked about this earlier, but I was a little busy trying to coerce a statement.
Natalie: And you're pissed?
John: Good guess.
Natalie: Ok, fine. Then let me have it.
Roxy: Now, Marce, don't be upset when the cops come busting in here.
Layla: And then start stripping?
Roxy: Oh. You know, the love crew boys -- they were so fine doing the full Monty, but there's no real substitute for a real pro.
Layla: Hmm. Honey, I'm going to wash some of my clothes on those washboard abs.
Marcie: I'm sorry -- excuse me.
Roxy: Why's she so uptight?
Singer: Once burned twice shy has be my rule
Lindsay: Hey. You ok?
Marcie: I'm sorry. This was really, really sweet of you and Roxy to do.
Marcie: Why am I the only woman in the world who gets upset when I think about male strippers?
Lindsay: What are you talking about?
Marcie: The Love Center benefit? Remember Mark, Nick, Riley? Jen? We were all laughing so hard, you know, when those guys started stripping? We thought we had the world at our fingertips. That was only two years ago and, you know -- I'm so happy and they're --
Lindsay: Hey, you know what? You can stop it right the, all right? How do you think Jen would feel if you were feeling guilty on this night of all nights?
Marcie: She'd be upset.
Layla: You're not even speaking to Rex?
Adriana: Nope, not after what he did. Todd Manning is a killer.
Layla: My sister's helping him.
Adriana: She's a lawyer. She has an obligation.
Layla: She believes him. Maybe Rex does, too.
Adriana: It's not that he tried to help Todd. It's that he lied to me about it.
Layla: You don't think you're kind of just looking for problems?
Adriana: No. If Rex didn't tell me about helping Todd, it's because he knew he had something to be ashamed of.
Blair: It wasn't the message I was expecting.
Todd: Hmm. Listen, Blair --
Blair: You know, I thought that you could get past our issues and maybe --
Todd: "Our issues?"
Blair: Put the children first.
Todd: I'd say that believing a murderer --
Blair: You have the opportunity --
Todd: Over the father of your childr --
Blair: Leave your children a legacy --
Todd: Is a little bit more than an "issue."
Blair: Instead of a self-serving bunch of lies!
Todd: "Self-serving" -- I think it would serve my children if I didn't die.
Blair: They saw the D.V.D.
Todd: That was fine. There's nothing on there I haven't said to them face to face.
Blair: No. Because you talk to them as if they're anybody else, not children who need love and comfort.
Todd: I talk to them like their father.
Blair: That D.V.D. -- You sounded like some ranting, paranoid father more interested in saying "I didn't do it" than "I love you."
Todd: Well, I don't plan on leaving them.
Blair: They're going to execute you, Todd. And you can continue to deny that until you walk into that room. Your children need you. They need to know that you love them, and you need to tell them what they mean to you before it's too late.
Paige: Feeling a little claustrophobic? Walls closing in?
Spencer: Have you forgotten, Paige, what it's like when I get angry?
Paige: What are you going to do, huh? Look, I've already lost Bo and I'm about to lose my license.
Spencer: Just --
Paige: But the upside is that I am free. So wherever David is, whatever he's doing, that is your problem.
Spencer: You're not going to tell me where he is?
Spencer: Ok. I'll just go to the authorities with that file that I found in your office -- the one that proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that Commissioner Buchanan framed an innocent man for murder?
Bo: Well, the good news is I am an uncle, again -- a great-uncle, because Jess had her -- a little baby girl. And there's something else that's -- it's about Paige. She lied to me, and I canít let it go. It turns out she's responsible for the death of John Mc Bain's father.
Natalie: Just tell me off fast because I have somewhere I need to be.
John: Excuse me? What, is this all some sort of joke to you?
Natalie: No, just predictable. Once again, I try to help you out and surprise -- hello. You're mad at me.
John: Ah, but you were asked to stay out of it.
Natalie: And I didn't listen.
John: Yeah, because you're thick in the head.
John: Yes, you. What, do you got some sort of death wish or something?
Natalie: I can take care of myself.
John: Really? Do you ever think about it? That guy could've raped you earlier.
Natalie: But he didn't, but once again, you got to ride in to my rescue. We all know how much you love that!
John: Hey, you know something? I got my own problems. As much as I like helping you, I got my own stuff to deal with. This case has consumed me for the last 25 years of my life. Do you understand that?
Natalie: Yeah. Yeah, and thanks to me, you finally have an honest-to-goodness lead, or doesn't it count because you didn't track it down yourself?
John: This is not about who's toughest.
Natalie: Fine. Then suck it up and let's move on. Let's go get this guy and make him pay for what he did to your family.
John: Hey! It ain't a group effort, all right? You're not a cop. Hell, you're not even a forensic tech as of now.
Natalie: Well, give me a gold star for initiative.
John: Oh, that's so witty.
Natalie: Get over -- you used to be able to laugh at yourself when you were acting like an idiot.
John: What is that, you trying to get on my good side?
Natalie: What good side? John, all you've been is an ass lately. You know, I didn't think that that wall around you could go up any higher, but I guess I underestimated how screwed up you really are.
John: Leaving now.
Natalie: You know what? I'm glad I did it -- that I went to see George, because maybe, maybe if you could find your father's killer, then maybe you could find the John that I fell in love with, because he's missing.
Lindsay: Ok, fabulous lady friends of mine, may I have your attention? Rumor has it that the boys are raising the dead over at Ultra Violet.
Layla: Hmm, and as much as we like the all-girl thing, we have somebody else to make sure the good doctor's on his best behavior.
Lindsay: Yeah, I think we should go over there!
Roxy: Hey, what about my strippers?
Layla: They've got nothing the girls in this room haven't seen before.
Lindsay: Whoa, whoa, whoa, you know what? All they're going to be doing is drinking beer and freaking Michael out. Somebody's got to go over there and save them from themselves, so, girls, are you with me?
Lindsay: Come on! Yeah, Marcie!
Marcie: Sure, why not? Let's pack up the food and bring it there.
Lindsay: Food! All right. Let's gather. Oh, you know what we need is tinfoil.
Layla: I'll go get it.
Marcie: You know what?
Roxy: Uh -- you know where it is?
Marcie: What about the strippers?
Adriana: I know.
Duke: Congratulations, man.
Michael: Oh, Duke, thank you so much. Man, I am so happy.
Duke: Yeah, well, somebody's got to prove that marriage doesn't suck. What am I saying? Sometimes you don't even have to be married to screw things up.
Michael: Your dad and Kelly not doing so well, huh?
Duke: Yeah. He's -- he's drinking a lot.
Michael: I'm sorry. You know, I know how much he and Kelly wanted to have a baby.
Duke: Yeah, it's no way to deal with disappointment.
Michael: Well, I'm sure that Kelly's going to help him find his way through this.
Duke: Yeah. Who could walk away from a pathetic drunk?
Rex: Guess what.
Rex: Lindsay just called. The girls want to move their party over here.
Michael: Girls at a bachelor party?
Rex: That's what I said.
Michael: I like it.
Rex: Yeah, me, too.
Hugh: Michael? I heard you were going to be here. Marcie is an incredible woman. Congratulations.
John: This isn't about me. You don't go facing off with a made man. What were you thinking about?
Natalie: I was thinking about the look that I saw on your face when you told me that Paige was the doctor who let your dad die. I just wanted to help you get the other piece of information.
John: So, what, you just thought you'd go digging around with your old A.C. gang?
Natalie: No. Actually, it was Roxy's old A.C. gang. I didn't figure that the Balsoms and the Mc Bains hung out with the same crowd, so maybe I could find something that you couldn't, which I was right.
John: So you come to me with a name, then let me handle it.
Natalie: Come on, John. This guy didn't talk to anybody for over 25 years. You really think he's going to talk to you with your winning personality?
John: I can be very persuasive.
Natalie: Spare me. Ok, you need somebody on your side that doesn't have such a personal stake in this.
John: What I need is justice.
Natalie: What kind of justice, John? Putting that creep behind bars isn't good enough for you. You want to make it personal.
David: Soy Americano. Je suis from Pennsylvania. Come on. Somebody around here has to be bilingual.
[Officer speaks Thai]
David: Uh --
[David speaks Thai]
David: One phone call, please.
Officer: Phone. One call.
Paige: Yeah, you have a lot of confidence in that file you forged.
Spencer: Why shouldn't I? It's authentic. And you know what the best part about it is? The police cannot connect me to any of it.
Paige: Well, that might change when David gets back.
Spencer: Are you threatening me, Paige? Do you want to see me lose it -- is that it? Do you want to see me lose it? It won't matter. No one around here cares. You were the chief of staff that hid a scandal in her past. I'm just the ex-husband, the esteemed surgeon who is appalled to find out what his ex-wife has been hiding all these years. Now, you will stop threatening me, and you will tell me what I want to know.
Michael: You -- you want to congratulate me?
Hugh: Yeah, you're a lucky man.
Michael: Thank you.
Hugh: I wish you nothing but the best.
Lindsay: Whoo! Hey.
Roxy: This place ain't rockin'. We gave up strippers for this?
Marcie: Well, give it time. I have to kiss the groom.
Michael: Now it's a party.
Rex: When I heard the girls were moving the party over here, I was hoping it was your idea.
Adriana: Nope. I just went with the flow.
Rex: There wasn't even a little part of you that remembered all the good times we had?
Adriana: Well, those good times don't seem so good now that I know you were helping a convicted murderer to escape.
Rex: I guess that's my answer.
Adriana: Hmm, right.
Rex: What about those weird emails? Gotten anymore?
Adriana: No. Excuse me -- I have to get to a party. Hey, Duke.
Duke: Hey. You look the way I feel.
Adriana: I'm fine.
Duke: Saw you talking to Rex. Is everything ok?
Adriana: That's all over now, and I couldn't be happier.
Duke: Yeah. I can tell.
Adriana: So, are you seeing anyone?
Duke: Nope. I -- I have this habit of falling for the wrong people.
Adriana: Welcome to the club.
Hugh: Balsom? Balsom, hey, have you seen Commissioner Buchanan this evening, by chance?
Rex: No. He and I had a little falling-out.
Hugh: Oh. You wouldn't know, then?
Rex: Know what?
Hugh: Well, something's bothering him, and I went into his office earlier today, and he was -- he was about to tell me, and then he decided not to. I -- I don't know.
Rex: You got me.
Hugh: You don't know, then? Well, he'll probably tell me whenever he feels like it, so thanks, anyway.
Rex: Hey, I got to go out for a little while, but I'll be back.
Bo: I've always thought of Paige as being honest and principled. And I know you didn't always share in that opinion, but I just canít believe that John and Michael Mc Bain's father died as a result of Paige's negligence, and then she let somebody else take the fall for it. And no matter how I think about it, I just canít let that go. And -- ahem -- something you might find strange -- I think that my department dropped the ball in the Todd Manning case. And he's scheduled to be executed on the 26th. Unbelievable -- you know what? I miss talking about this kind of stuff with you. You always shoot from the hip. I miss the fights. Your son really needs you, especially now. He just canít understand why Paige and I aren't living together anymore, so you got to come back. Please.
Blair: Since you wouldn't give your children a proper goodbye, I -- I did what I thought was right even though I hate it. Just make it count.
Todd: Hey. Hey. Oh, man. Hey, Jack.
Paige: Paige Miller.
David: Paige, I'm in jail -- in Thailand. This is my one call.
Paige: I see. I understand.
David: Paige, you've got to help me.
Spencer: I'll bet that this is my brother, David, isn't it? Long time no talk to.
Spencer: And now it's time to play "where in the world is David Vickers?"
John: You know, I'm getting a little tired of people telling me I'm too angry and too obsessed.
Natalie: I'm sick of saying it.
John: Good. Then keep your opinions to yourself.
Natalie: You ass. Do you have any idea why I was at the hospital tonight?
Natalie: Jess had her baby.
John: I had no idea.
Natalie: Yeah, well, you didn't ask.
Natalie: I could've sent you away. And I could've gone to spend some time with my sister and my brand-new niece, but instead I let you in, knowing full well that you were going to tell me off because I canít not try and get through to you.
John: Well, then that was your mistake, but guess what -- I got the same problem. I'm trying to get through to you.
Natalie: You always get through to me, John --
John: Ohh --
Natalie: But I know you. I may the only person who knows you're this close to the edge, and somebody has got to watch your back before you get yourself killed, sent to prison, or -- or worse.
John: Hey, will you shut up and listen for once in your life? This is not a game. This is real and it's dangerous, and I don't want to lose you. I -- I canít lose you.
John: I canít do this again.
Natalie: Wow, there's something new. Something happens, you feel something, you just canít wait to run to the door.
John: You want the shrink's number? I'm sure you two have a lot to talk about.
Natalie: You canít keep treating me like this.
John: There's nothing here for you, Natalie. You're only going to get hurt.
Natalie: Probably. That's what happens to everyone who cares about you.
John: What's that supposed to mean?
Natalie: You're missing Michael's bachelor party so you can tell me to stay out of your life.
John: Mike will understand.
Natalie: No, I don't think he will. Michael's getting married. He asked you to be his best man, but instead you're blowing him off. You may even get yourself killed. Do you really think that's what your father wanted for you? The man who loved you so much wanted you to end your life this way?
John: Nothing's ending. I'm doing this so I can start living again.
Natalie: Think about it, John. You canít love anyone. And certainly no one can love you. Not me, not your brother, not even your job, because of revenge.
John: If I remember correctly, you left me.
Natalie: You know why. You know, somebody took your father's life. But you're just rowing yours away with both hands.
John: I shouldn't have come here.
Natalie: Go to hell, John. Go to hell!
David: It doesn't really matter where I am. I'm just getting a little R and R.
[Officer speaks Thai]
Spencer: Well, apparently, you're grabbing it in Thailand. He hung up the phone on me. Must be worried about roaming charges. You know what? You should be worried about . Very worried.
David: It turns out that I need to make one more phone call.
Rex: There you are. Hey, I got to talk to you.
Bo: Not a good time, Balsom.
Rex: No, Bo, this is important.
Bo: I got to get home to my son. See, h mother is still in the hospital. His friend Rex -- he's still busy aiding and abetting a convicted killer. And because he loves Paige so much, I've got to explain to him why she canít live with us anymore.
Rex: Wait. Paige moved out? Why?
Bo: Be-- why don't you ask her?
Todd: Hey, buddy.
Starr: Jack, don't be like that.
Todd: Hey, it's ok. I'm glad to see you.
Blair: You need to go give your daddy a hug, ok? It's why we came.
Jack: Mommy, can we go now? Please? Good night, Neil.
Todd: How's school, Jack?
Jack: We had daddy's day.
Todd: Oh, yeah? Well, I'm sorry I couldn't be there.
Blair: Um -- Starr, will you take Jack? Can you guys go out in the waiting room? Ok?
Starr: I love you so much.
Todd: I love you, too.
Blair: This could be the last time you see the kids. You know, every morning I wake up, and, you know, it just -- it just doesn't seem real, and I forget. And then I look over at the clock, and I just -- time just kind of ticks away.
Todd: Yes, I know. It's not a foreign concept to me, either.
Blair: You know, just because you stop loving somebody --
Todd: Yeah, you haven't stopped loving anybody.
Blair: It doesn't mean --
Todd: So what do you do? You -- you count down the minutes and seconds because you think it'll be easier when it's all over? Is that it?
Blair: No. It just seems like hope is the cruelest thing of all.
Todd: There's always hope. You just don't want to see it.
Blair: I canít. I just canít.
Rex: Sounds like you don't want to talk about you and Paige.
Bo: That's right. Will you excuse me?
Rex: No, wait minute.
Rex: I got a problem.
Bo: Well, that's too bad.
Rex: It's Adriana. She keeps getting these weird emails from somebody she doesn't know. He claims that he loves her.
Bo: Yeah, that's because when you're beautiful like she is, and you have your face on the front of a magazine, that's what happens.
Rex: I -- I got a feeling it's more than that.
Bo: Well, I got a feeling that Adriana doesn't like you working for Manning any more than I did. And let me tell you, I don't want to think that you're the type of guy who would try to scare her, and then turn around and be the hero just to get her back with him. Yeah.
Bo: Hey. I was hoping that we could avoid this.
Paige: No, I know, it's just -- well, tomorrow is Michael's wedding.
Bo: Well -- but you're not thinking --
Paige: No, I'm not -- I'm not going to go. I just -- I got them a present. And I was wondering if -- if you wouldn't mind just leaving it on the table for me. I won't put a card on it or anything.
Paige: Thanks. Can you just -- can you wait a minute? I'll -- I'll go get it.
Bo: Yeah, ok. I'll be right here.
Paige: All right.
Marcie: You -- you just looked at your watch at your own bachelor party.
Michael: No. No, I didn't.
Marcie: Yes. Yes, you did.
Michael: Yes. Yes, I did.
Marcie: Come here. You're worried about your brother, John? You know, maybe -- maybe, he might have found out something new about your dad.
Michael: You know, honestly, Marcie, I wouldn't know. I mean, we started out working on this thing together. And just like he always does, he cut me out.
Marcie: I'm sorry.
Michael: You know what? I'm sorry. I shouldn't have brought it up.
Marcie: No, I was the one who brought it up.
Michael: It doesn't matter who brought it up. Because I want tonight to be about nothing but you and me.
Singer: Everywhere I go I think you go, too if I go to my car there you are
Duke: Well, I'm going to get going. I'm not really in the party mood.
Adriana: Is something wrong, Duke? We used to be able to talk, you know.
Duke: I canít talk to you about this. It's between me and my dad.
Adriana: Well, take care of yourself, all right?
Duke: That's what I'm trying to do.
Hugh: Oh, hey.
Duke: Hey. I'm calling it a night.
Hugh: So early? Why, is something wrong? Do you have family troubles?
Duke: What do you mean?
Hugh: Well, you look upset. And I saw your Uncle Bo earlier, and he had the same sad face on, so --
Duke: Well, arresting my dad was probably pretty hard on him.
Hugh: That's not it. Those charges were dropped.
Hugh: The charges were dropped. Kelly practically begged me to make it all go away. So under the circumstances, I just let it all go away.
Denton: Mister, can you spare a guy some change?
Spencer: David Vickers is in Thailand.
Denton: That's supposed to be some pretty exotic country.
Spencer: Yes, but we both know he didn't go there for the scenery, right? I hope your passport is in order. You know what to do.
Denton: I am a feather for each wind that blows.
Spencer: Just straighten up, Denton.
John: Since when do you contribute to the homeless? I got it.
Spencer: You're running a little late, aren't you, Lieutenant?
Spencer: Yeah? Well, I cannot begin to tell you how much safer it makes me feel knowing men like you are on the job.
Duke: Kelly, hey, it's me. I just heard that you got the D.A. to drop the charges on my dad. We need to talk.
Michael: Uh -- Michael Mc Bain.
John: I know --
Michael: Very nice to have you.
John: Yes, I'm sorry. I'm sorry I'm late, all right? Accept my apology.
Michael: Listen, if I wanted a normal best man, I would have asked somebody normal.
John: My gift to you -- that was a good one -- is you can be as superior and condescending to me as you want. How's that? And as for you, what are you thinking about, marrying this guy? You should get out while you still can.
Michael: Shut up. I'm going to make a toast.
John: You're going to talk?
John: What am I going to do with -- I'm getting a beer.
Michael: Yeah, you're going to get me one, too.
John: All right.
Michael: Ok, everybody, listen up. It's grand, old Irish tradition when celebrating special occasions such as this, we drink too much -- beer, please -- and we make long-winded speeches. And far be it from me to break with tradition.
John: If you don't have a chair, I'd get one now. This could take a while.
Michael: The nice thing about this speech -- this toast to my wife -- is that it has a moral. A nice one. One you can take with you. Here it is. You can screw up really, really bad and still get a second chance. Here's the trick to it. If you're acting like an idiot, stop.
Michael: If you're ever lucky enough to have someone as wonderful as Marcie, and you lose her, don't let pride take over because, in the end, you will be proud and unhappy. We're all so good at telling ourselves that we're right when we know that we're not. Right is being with the person that you love. Right is doing what it takes to stay with that person. See, life is short. And you're not in charge. You have to take time to protect and love the people you care about. Enjoy the time you have. Thank god for it. If you ever have the opportunity to meet the most wonderful person in the world, for god's sakes, marry her!
Michael: To Marcie.
Marcie: No, hold on! Hold on! I wanted to say something. Um -- well, anyone who knows me knows that I firmly and passionately believe that men and women are totally equal. So having said that, I -- god, I have to admit that I was in every way possible as big of an idiot as you were.
Marcie: Oh. Ok. Uh -- where was I? Um --
Michael: You're an idiot?
Marcie: Oh, yes, thank you. I was saying that I was an idiot because -- well, this terrific, handsome, very funny -- not to mention he's a doctor, ladies -- well, this man came into my life. And instead of saying thank you to the big guy -- or girl -- upstairs, I chose to cling onto every piece of misery that I possibly could. Because you know, I -- I thought I'd never have another turn again. I thought that I was going to be alone. And you know, I was -- I was ok with that, I really was. You know, I just thought, no matter how much it hurt, well, I'd have to get used to living alone. Well, Michael, you know, you're the center of my life. And you make me see and feel things so much more clearly. And I -- I see that I'm not alone, you know? Because I have Lindsay and I have Roxy, and I have you guys. And I have -- I have Jen and my mom and al, and I will always -- I'll always have them. You made me see that. And then I have my smart aleck soon-to-be brother-in-law, John Mc Bain, over here, who came in late and then totally embarrassed you in front of everybody. And -- and I love you. I love you for busting his chops. You know, seeing you two guys looking back on your relationship, it was -- god, it was just wonderful to see, you know, how you guys fought to find your way back to each other. You learn a lot about a man, you know, seeing how he deals with his brother. And -- well, I really liked what I learned from you guys. And now -- and now I'm going to shut up. You know? I'm going to shut up, and I'm going to take my groom's advice, and I'm going to marry the man I love. And we're going to be -- we're just -- you know, we're going to be happy ever after.
John: Hey. Good speech.
Michael: Thanks, man. So, how much did you have to pay her for the ringing endorsement?
John: Well, you know, at the end of the day, who's going to trust the judgment of a woman who would marry you?
Michael: Hmm. Well said.
Michael: You know, I just really hope that the weather clears up. You know, I really want everything to be perfect tomorrow, for Marcie's sake.
John: It's going to be fine. Everything's going to be fine, Bro.
Clerk: You're lucky to catch this flight. There's a tornado warning out.
Denton: Torn-- there hasn't been a tornado in Pennsylvania in 10 years.
Clerk: Keep your fingers crossed.
Denton: I will. By this time tomorrow, I'll be on the other side of the world, and Llanview can blow the hell apart for all I care. Blow, winds, rage and crack your cheeks.
On the next "One Life to Live" --
Adriana: You came here to pray? For what?
Tess: I couldn't handle it if anything stood in the way of us being a family.
Evangeline: You still care about her, don't you?Cristian: Even though we only had one day as husband and wife, I wouldn't trade it for anything.
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