OLTL Transcript Tuesday 10/3/06

One Life to Live Transcript Tuesday 10/3/06

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Cristian: Damn.

Evangeline: I'm sorry.

Cristian: You'd -- you'd think someone saw or heard something the night of the fight.

Evangeline: Somebody did. We're going to find them. You're innocent and we're going to prove it.

Cristian: This is not right. You hang here while I question all these guys, then you end up having to cheer me up.

Evangeline: It's ok.

Cristian: No, it's not ok. You're still dealing with John's death.

Evangeline: Well, it's better to be busy. I'm really -- I'm worried about everybody else, especially Natalie.

Cristian: Yeah.

Evangeline: I mean, she has her family, but she is going to need you to help her get through this.

Cristian: You're, like, perfect.

Evangeline: You finally noticed, huh?

Cristian: No, I'm serious. Not a lot of women would understand their boyfriend helping out with his ex.

Vincent: Hey, I just heard. The boxing commission's handing down their decision today.

Evangeline: Finally. That's good news.

Cristian: Yeah, yeah, great news. By the end of the day, a panel of guys who I never even met or talked to are going to decide if I was the victim here, or just the bum that threw the fight.

Kelly: I'm really glad you're here, but I'm sure he doesn't want to stick around for my ob-gyn appointment.

Blair: Ah --

Jack: You don't have to whisper. I know you want to be alone.

Kelly: Oh, it's not that, honey. It's just --

Jack: It's ok. I'll go see Dr. Spencer.

Antonio: What's going on? What's he doing out of lockup?

Spencer: What, haven't you heard? You must be out of the loop, my friend. I'm being released.

Adriana: Poor Natalie and Michael. It feels kind of petty to be plotting to get back at my mother while other people are dealing with something so awful.

Rex: John and Natalie -- they never got their shot at being happy.

Adriana: And to spend the time you do have trying to keep other people from being happy --

Rex: Back to your mom, right?

Adriana: She did the worst thing I can think of just to make me live my life the way she wants, whether that makes me happy or not.

Rex: Well, I'm sure she's changed her ways and she'll never interfere in anyone's life ever again. She'll just garden and read.

Adriana: I need to teach her a lesson.

Rex: True.

Adriana: Thank you.

Rex: This isn't for revenge, it's to help Dorian grow.

Adriana: Don't push it, ok?

Layla: Hey. Being endowed with an unfair amount of charm, I got an advance copy of tomorrow's real estate section.

Rex: If only you could use your powers for good!

Adriana: Oh. He still doesn't want me to move out.

Layla: Oh -- girl power. So, are you ready to start looking? We can see places before anyone else.

Adriana: Do you mind?

Rex: No. I'm going to call Natalie, make her talk to me.

Layla: How is she doing?

Rex: I don't know. She hasn't exactly been in touch. I hate thinking about her going through this alone.

Natalie: Yes, John. I'll be yours forever. I'll be yours forever.

Paige: You came back.

Nora: Aw, yeah. Matthew's with Bo today, and I thought you could use the company.

Paige: Thank you. That was really nice of you.

Nora: Any changes?

Paige: No, but he seems to be resting more comfortably.

Nora: I saw Spencer. I told him about Hugh.

Paige: How did he take it? Did he go all suave, professional, all-cool doctor?

Nora: Well, we was concerned about his medical care, but, actually, he reacted like a father.

Antonio: Yeah. Thanks. What a surprise -- Dr. Spencer Truman lied.

Spencer: And what a surprise -- another police officer throwing his weight around.

Antonio: You're being allowed to go visit your son in Atlantic City -- for a very short time, under guard. You're not being released.

Spencer: Had you going, though, didn't I?

Antonio: You stay in contact with the good doctor the entire time he's out of this building. Now, get him out of my face.

Spencer: You know, detective, I will be released eventually, and not a damn thing you can do about it. Hey, Kevin.

Kevin: Where's he going?

Antonio: He's being allowed to -- to visit Hugh Hughes in Atlantic City.

Kevin: Why?

Antonio: Apparently, he's his biological father.

Kevin: So that's true, then?

Antonio: Apparently so. And he's working it any way he can.

Kevin: That's a surprise. It's unbelievable.

Antonio: A good man like John McBain dies, and we have to honor the rights of the bottom feeder who killed his father.

Kevin: Yeah, listen -- I don't know who to talk to about this, but B.E. wants to make a contribution to the police youth league in John's name?

Antonio: That would be nice. Yes, it'll mean a lot to his family.

Kevin: I hope so. I tell you what, I'm sick of all this death.

Antonio: Yeah. I know.

Kevin: Well, listen, at least you and Jess are happy, right? She told me you set a date?

Antonio: Ah. Yeah. We're happy.

Kevin: And Bree -- you're going to adopt her?

Antonio: Yeah, I'd like to.

Kevin: That's great. Really. You know, it's just -- um --

Antonio: "It's just" what?

Kevin: Well, I just -- how do you look at Bree and not see the real father?

Blair: Go have a seat over there. I'm going to come over and talk to you in just a minute, all right?

Jack: Ok.

Blair: Ok. Thanks, buddy. I should've dealt with this sooner.

Kelly: Yeah.

Doctor: Kelly?

Kelly: Mm-hmm?

Doctor: Before we start the exam, there are a few things I'd like to go over with you.

Kelly: Uh -- is there something wrong?

Doctor: No, no. I was just reviewing your chart, and it seems like we have some gaps in the father's genetic history.

Blair: Oh, you know what? Fill in those gaps. I'm going to talk to Jack, and I'll be in for the exam, ok?

Kelly: Ok, thanks.

Blair: Ok.

Roxy: Hey, hey, hey, everybody, get out of the pool and get into the party mode! Because Roxanne, queen of the slots -- and that's "slots" with an o -- has just made a killing and is willing to share the wealth. [Roxy laughs]

Natalie: Roxy --

Roxy: That is major bling-a-ding-ding! What -- did Johnny boy pop the question? I'm going to make the most interesting mother-in-law. Johnny and Natalie are getting married.

Rex: Roxy, stop it -- you got to listen to me.

Roxy: Now I'm on the doorstep and I'm ready for a party -- my timing is perfect, or what?

Rex: There's -- been an accident.

Roxy: Are you pregnant?

Natalie: John was killed in a car accident on I-65.

Roxy: What? In A.C., the -- the accident -- are you sure?

Natalie: Yeah, they're sure.

Roxy: Oh, my God.

Rex: How you doing?

Natalie: I don't know. I was mad, then hysterical, then I just felt numb.

Rex: Numb makes sense. Nat, I'm here, Roxy's here, anyone you want will be here in five minutes. We've been through dark times before and we're going to help you get through this. But you got to promise me, please, you won't do anything this time.

Natalie: Well, I can't really promise anything because I don't know what I'm going to do 30 seconds from now.

Roxy: Hey. My kid's a fighter.

Rex: Yeah. I know how you're feeling.

Natalie: Jen.

Rex: Yeah.

Natalie: You know, I really didn't want to see anybody. But I'm really glad you guys are here.

Roxy: Because we're family. So, what's with the ring?

Rex: Roxy?

Natalie: It's all right. It's just Roxy being Roxy.

Roxy: When did he give this to you?

Natalie: He didn't. Um -- he was going to. It was his mother's. You know, I had just gotten used to the idea that, you know, he wasn't going to ever settle down, that it wasn't ever going to happen.

Roxy: You know he wasn't exactly what you'd call "domesticated."

Natalie: He -- he changed. You know, it's like solving his father's case, it -- it took this weight and it just lifted off of him. And it's like he could be happy and he didn't have to fight the world anymore. And all of this happens on the day that he died.

Roxy: Hey, you know that stuff I brought over here?

Natalie: That's ok, Roxy. You didn't know.

Roxy: No, it must've been fate, because you know what we're going to do? We are going to have a party!

Rex: Roxy, have you been paying attention --

Roxy: Hey, shut up! Would John want that? He would, wouldn't he?

Natalie: Give me a beer.

Roxy: You got it.

Adriana: Ah, it's like a foreign language.

Layla: Hmm.

Adriana: "F.D.R. in a F.S. Building"?

Layla: "Formal dining room in a full-service building." Uh-uh -- too expensive.

Adriana: You know, I could pay more than half the rent.

Layla: No, no, no way. We need to be equal partners or else I won't really feel like I live there.

Adriana: I hadn't thought about that.

Layla: You know what? Before we continue looking, we need to make sure we're on the same page. Living together could be difficult.

Adriana: Ground rules so we both know where we stand.

Layla: Right, like, do we share food, are animals ok, and I can tell you from experience that the bathroom can become a battleground.

Adriana: I'm pretty flexible.

Layla: Me, too. I only have one hard-and-fast rule -- no men spending the night.

Adriana: Oh!

Layla: Are you kidding?

Adriana: Ha!

Shaun: Hey. Nice watch -- new?

Ted: I just got it.

Shaun: 10 g's to tell the time of day. You win the lottery?

Ted: No. My uncle died, he left me some money.

Shaun: Dead uncle, huh? What'd you do, whack him?

Ted: You're a funny guy -- really funny.

Evangeline: So if the boxing commission does rule against Cris, do we have any recourse?

Vincent: No, he'll lose his license.

Cristian: And I can't box.

Evangeline: Boxing isn't your whole life. Now, you have so much more.

Cristian: That's not the point. I didn't do anything wrong.

Evangeline: I know. You're right.

Cristian: You know what the worst is? The look on people's eyes. And the kids, all those kids thinking I -- I'm just full of it.

Nora: Is it hard knowing what all that means when it's your own son?

Paige: I'm just hard-wired to do something when somebody's in pain. Just to -- to sit and watch --

Nora: And wait.

Paige: Wait. It's practically impossible.

Nora: You know, everyone says that you were one of the brightest residents to come through this hospital.

Paige: That's nice of them.

Nora: I did something else. I got a list of names of everybody in the O.R. the night that Thomas McBain died.

Paige: Really?

Nora: Yeah. I thought I might ask them if they remembered Spencer suggesting you assist Dr. Snyder.

Paige: But what do you think that might do?

Nora: Well, it could do a --

Spencer: I'm here to see my son.

Nurse: Sorry. He already has visitors. You can't go in.

Spencer: I'm his father.

Paige: Spencer, what are you doing here?

Spencer: Show them the letter signed by the mayor, please. You can't hide my son from me any longer, Paige.

Paige: He does not want any part of you.

Spencer: No, you don't want any part of me, but you are no longer in charge. I'd like to examine his chart as soon as possible.

Paige: No. No, he doesn't have privileges here.

Spencer: Paige, your son is in critical condition. Do you really want to keep him from the best doctor you know?

Paige: Nora said you took the news about Hugh like a father, but all I see is you using this to promote your own self-interest.

Spencer: I'm going to care for my son, which is something that you are no longer licensed to do.

Paige: Do you know what you can do? You can go to hell, you son of a bitch, and stay away from my son!

Kelly: So that's really all I know about the genetic history. If you want to know anything more, I'm going to have to ask the grandfather and that would be kind of awkward.

Doctor: Well, it may become necessary if there's a problem, but I don't foresee one right now.

Blair: Hey.

Kelly: Hey.

Blair: I'm here.

Doctor: Ok, we're just about to start the exam.

Blair: Ok.

Doctor: I'll be right back.

Blair: All right.

Kelly: How's Jack?

Blair: Well, I should've told him about Spencer earlier, but he has so much he's handling right now.

Kelly: How'd he take it?

Blair: I really don't know. You know, he keeps things close to the vest kind of like Todd does. He -- he really loved and trusted Spencer, you know?

Kelly: Yeah. I trusted him, too. I mean, a lot of us did.

Blair: That's the weird thing -- I think Spencer really loved Jack and I think that's what makes this so -- oh, you know what? Enough of that. What did the doctor say about you?

Kelly: Oh! Everything's ok.

Blair: Yeah?

Kelly: She thinks I need to get into childbirth classes. Why is that funny?

Blair: Oh, I can remember the first time Todd went to a childbirthing class and he saw the -- the plastic model of the uterus.

Kelly: Oh, boy.

Blair: Oh, my God! It was priceless.

Kelly: Yeah, I bet. I can imagine.

Blair: But you know what? He delivered Jack all by himself, so he -- I give him a little credit there.

Kelly: Well, I don't really have anyone to go with me and the doctor said that women who've had babies before are really good coaches, so would you --

Blair: You want me to be there in your most special moment of your life?

Kelly: I would love that.

Blair: Oh!

Kelly: But you don't have to answer right now. Just think about it, ok?

Blair: Ok.

Kelly: Hey.

Blair: Oh. I'll -- I'll go check on Jack and then I'll come back and check on you.

Kelly: Ok.

Blair: All right. Thanks.

Kelly: Blair?

Blair: Yeah?

Kelly: Thanks for being here.

Blair: You bet.

Doctor: I'd like to do an ultrasound today.

Kelly: Really?

Doctor: We should be able to see the baby much more clearly. Do you want to know the sex?

Kelly: Do you already know?

Doctor: Actually, I do, but I'm not going to spill the beans unless you want me to. So, do you want to know or not?

Kelly: Oh. Um --

Jack: Can we go now? You said that we could do my school project.

Blair: Oh, sweetie. I know that I said that, but -- well, you know what? Kelly kind of needs me now. But you know what? Maybe there's somebody else that could help her.

Antonio: When Jessica was pregnant, I -- I had all of these questions. I mean, how was I ever going to look at that baby and not think of Tess and Nash, you know, but then she was born and I -- I fell in love with her and if I had withheld that love, wouldn't I be punishing someone who's innocent?

Kevin: Makes sense.

Antonio: You know, I don't -- I don't look at her as some other guy's child, you know. I look at her as Bree whose little hand is wrapped around my finger and who smiled one of her first smiles right at me.

Kevin: And you -- you don't ever think about, you know, Jessica and Nash?

Antonio: Well, Jessica wasn't Jessica when she was pregnant. And I -- I love her. You know, how could I not love her child?

[Phone rings]

Kevin: Oh, I'm sorry. Excuse me.

Antonio: It's ok.

Kevin: Yeah, it's Kevin Buchanan.

Blair: Hey. Kevin, it's -- it's Blair. Could you do me a favor?

Roxy: You know, I love a breakfast beer every now and then.

Rex: You think John would be ok with us partying in his memory?

Natalie: Yeah, I think so. I mean, he wasn't serious all the time. Our best nights, some of them were sitting in this bed, drinking beers, eating pizza, and not saying a single word to each other.

Roxy: That's because you knew him like a book. So if he didn't talk to you, he knew it was ok that you knew it was ok for him not to talk.

Rex: I saw the way he looked when you walked in a room.

Roxy: Ooh, the look of love.

Rex: To John.

Roxy: To John!

Natalie: To John.

Roxy: What is it, honey?

Natalie: John's here.

Roxy: Honey, you just said John was here.

Natalie: I'm not crazy, either, ok? We were talking about him, and I felt this Breeze.

Rex: What? It's a windy day. The window's open.

Natalie: No, don't, ok? I heard music, too. And it sounded like it was coming from far away.

Roxy: No, it's that crazy guy next door and his longhaired music.

Natalie: No. No, it was jazz. John listens to jazz music. I mean, I felt him so close to me. I know that he's here. I mean, his -- his clothes are still in the closet, and --

Roxy: Honey --

Natalie: The marks. I can still see the marks on the wall from where he would pin his notes and --

Roxy: Honey --

Natalie: When he was working on a hard case. And it's not enough, because I want him. I want him here! I want him whole, and I want him with me! I want him to hold me. I want him to hold me. And you know what? I'm going to forget what he looks like, and I'm going to forget the sound of his voice.

Roxy: Honey, just so I know -- when I rent this room out to somebody else, is John still going to be here?

Shaun: You know I was waiting for the boss before the big fight, and I saw you talking to Abbott's trainer.

Ted: So what?

Shaun: So I was wondering if you saw anything or smelled anything that backed up what Cristian said about being set up.

Ted: I just wanted to wish Abbott's trainer good luck. You know, be sportsmanlike.

Shaun: Right. Hey, you got the time?

Evangeline: I can't believe there's no opportunity to appeal this decision.

Cristian: This is not like your world, babe. You know, there is no higher court.

Vincent: It's the boxing commission's decision. That's all she wrote.

Evangeline: Unless -- we can prove that somebody did something illegal.

Cristian: Then we go to the cops. I got to get out of here. You want to get something to eat?

Evangeline: Yeah, that sounds good.

Cristian: Let's go. Thanks, man. See you later.

Shaun: Hey, boss.

Vincent: Hey.

Shaun: I was just talking to your guy, Ted. You trust him?

Vincent: If I didn't, he wouldn't be here.

Shaun: So you know about the death in his family?

Vincent: What are you talking about?

Shaun: Must have been somebody pretty close. Because Ted came into a whole lot of money. He ask off to go to the funeral already?

Vincent: When did this relative kick it?

Shaun: Beats me. But Ted started spending money right after our boy lost the fight.

Vincent: Yeah?

Shaun: Yeah.

Vincent: Listen, man, you don't worry about it, all right? Now, I got it. Keep this right here, between us, ?

Shaun: You got it, chief.

Vincent: Hey -- and if you hear something else, or if you see something else that looks funny, come to me, you got it?

Shaun: Got it.

Spencer: Excuse me, Paige.

Paige: No.

Spencer: Look, I have just as much right to see my son as you do.

Paige: He doesn't want you in his life!

Nora: Paige -- you have to let him go.

Spencer: Can I go in now?

Nurse: I guess so, but you can't touch him.

Spencer: Yes, I know that.

Officer: We go where you go.

Spencer: Yes. You'll have to put on a gown. I need to take these cuffs off.

Paige: What if Hugh's adoptive parents come in and they see Spencer in there playing daddy?

Nora: They're only going to see their son in pain, the same way you did. M sorry. I'm very sorry I told Spencer and hurt you and caused all this.

Paige: Oh, listen -- you know, I -- I've kept too many secrets for too long. I lost Bo because I kept so many.

Spencer: I don't know if you can hear me. But I need you to live, you understand? I need you to know the kind of man that your father really is. I need you to know the reasons why I've done the things that I have. Son -- Hugh, can you hear me at all? It's me, Spencer. Your father.

[Alarm]

Nurse: Page the resident on duty, stat!

Paige: What did you do to him?

Spencer: Why is my son being cared for by a resident? Why didn't you get a specialist down here?

Paige: Gulnick is excellent.

Spencer: What about debridement, Paige? Is that being conducted by the housekeeping staff?

Paige: He has tank twice a day with an attending supervising burn unit.

Spencer: Are you monitoring his white count intake and output?

Paige: Of course I am, you idiot. What do you think, I want my son to die? Oh, just -- just get out of here. Hugh may not be able to speak, but he is aware of his surroundings. The reaction he had just now -- he had that same reaction yesterday to the mere mention of your name. Haven't you done enough damage? Do you have to kill your own son?

Dr. Gulnick: He's stabilized, but we got to keep him calm.

Spencer: Doctor, listen, I'd like to have a word with you. Hey, I'm talking to you!

Paige: He's had his visit.

Spencer: Arrogant --

Paige: Please, just get him out of here.

Nora: Go on. Go.

Officer: Come on, let's go.

Nora: And cuff him.

Doctor: So, how about it? Do you want to know the sex?

Kelly: Um -- I like surprises. I don't want to know.

Doctor: Ok. So why don't you go ahead and get changed, and we'll listen to your baby's heartbeat.

Kelly: Ok.

Doctor: Mm-hmm.

Kelly: I'm just going to grab my cousin. She's right outside. Kevin?

Kevin: Hi.

Kelly: What are you doing here? Where's Blair?

Kevin: Uh -- well, Blair called and said she thought you might need a friend.

Kelly: Oh, I can't believe she did that.

Kevin: Well, why?

Kelly: Well, I -- I was talking to her about how I wanted someone to share my pregnancy with me, and I picked her, and I guess she thought I picked wrong.

Doctor: I'll give you a few minutes.

Kevin: Thanks. Well, listen, you shouldn't have to do this alone.

Kelly: Well, I was doing fine, and then the doctor talked to me about doing childbirthing classes.

Kevin: Oh, yeah?

Kelly: Yeah.

Kevin: So, when do you start?

Kelly: Soon, I guess. I mean, I just need a refresher course, right?

Kevin: Right, yeah. Yeah, I guess we never got to use what we learned.

Kelly: Right.

Kevin: Well, listen, uh, you know, I'd be happy to coach you through the labor, if you want.

Kelly: Really?

Kevin: Yeah. Absolutely.

Kelly: Ok, well, let me think about it.

Blair: Hey, Antonio.

Antonio: Hey, Blair. Jack.

Blair: Is Bo around?

Antonio: Actually, no, he's not right now. Can I help you?

Blair: Well, actually, Jack needs to do a little project for kindergarten, and he wants to interview someone about their job.

Jack: I want to interview a policeman.

Antonio: Well, I'm a policeman. Will I do?

Blair: Will you have enough time?

Antonio: Yeah, I just got off duty.

Blair: That'll be great!

Antonio: All right. Pull up a seat.

Blair: Ok.

Antonio: Ah. So? Fire away.

Jack: How do you become a policeman?

Antonio: You go to a special school called a police academy.

Jack: How many bad guys did you catch?

Antonio: Ah, a few. But you know, that's not all we do. I mean, our job is to protect the people of this city. But we also have to do the little things. You know, like we need to make sure that the people don't get hurt. And sometimes we do the big things, like catching the big bad guys.

Jack: Is that dangerous?

Antonio: Sometimes.

Jack: Is that why Mr. McBain is having a funeral?

Rex: I just think it's a little soon to be talking about renting out John's room.

Roxy: Hey, I got a business to run.

Rex: And the sensitivity award for 2006 goes to Roxanne Balsom.

Natalie: Rex, it's ok.

Roxy: Hey, baby, if you want this room, we're going to work something out.

Natalie: No. I don't want the room. I think it's going to be a little too hard to sleep in that bed alone. Ahem -- I just want to go through John's stuff and see if Michael or his mom wants any of it.

Rex: Natty, you've got plenty of time for that.

Natalie: No, I want to do it now. Do you have any boxes?

Roxy: I'll go to the liquor store. We have a special relationship.

Natalie: Ok.

Rex: So, are you going back to Viki's house?

Natalie: Yeah. Yeah, for now. Ahem. You know, you don't have to stay here with me. I'm fine.

Rex: I don't want to leave you alone.

Natalie: I'm not alone.

Rex: All right. Look, anytime, day or night, you want to talk, or cry, or scream, or just hear another voice, you call me.

Natalie: Thank you, I will.

Doctor: Heartbeat sounds great.

Kelly: Sounds stronger than it did in Arizona.

Kevin: Sounds like a survivor to me.

Antonio: If you have any more questions, you call me, ok?

Blair: What do you say, Jack?

Jack: Thank you.

Antonio: You're welcome.

Blair: Really, thank you.

Antonio: Anytime.

Blair: Come on, let's go head home and work on your lead sentence, ok? Thanks again, Antonio.

Antonio: All right.

Jack: Dr. Spencer. My mommy said I wasn't going to see you anymore.

Blair: Um -- Antonio, would you mind taking Jack outside for me, please?

Antonio: Of course. Hey.

Blair: Thanks.

Antonio: Would you like to see where we keep our doughnuts?

Blair: Jack, go on.

Antonio: Come on.

Spencer: So you told Jack he wasn't going to see me anymore, huh?

Blair: Well, unfortunately, I was wrong.

Spencer: Doesn't surprise me, though. Even my ex-wife has my very own son believing that he shouldn't have anything to do with me, either.

Blair: Oh, Spencer, finding somebody else to blame all this on -- your big problem is you.

Woman: Oh, Hugh.

Paige: Mr. And Mrs. Hughes? I'm Dr. Miller.

Mrs. Hughes: How is he doing?

Paige: He's holding his own. But it will mean the world to him that his -- his father and -- and his mother are here with him. You can't touch him. I'm sorry.

Adriana: Hey, guys.

Layla: Hi.

Cristian: Hey.

Adriana: Can you believe that second place didn't have a stove?

Layla: I know. The landlady gutted it out, though. And then she had the nerve to say that we'll have to get a microwave?

Adriana: Ugh. God. Hey!

Rex: Hey. I was hoping you were here.

Adriana: How's Natalie?

Rex: Hanging in. How's the apartment search?

Layla: Oh, we saw some awful places.

Rex: Did you?

Adriana: And then we found the perfect one.

Layla: And we signed the lease. I'm going to go arrange to get my stuff out of storage, and I'll see you later?

Adriana: I'm so psyched.

Layla: Me, too! Bye, Rex.

Adriana: Aw.

Rex: I'm going to miss waking up next to you.

Adriana: Well, we can still do that, except now it'll be "my place, or your place?"

Rex: My place? Now?

Adriana: Ok.

Cristian: Are you going to eat that, or are you just going to play with it?

Evangeline: Why, you want it?

Cristian: Do I.

Evangeline: We are talking about the ice cream, right?

Cristian: Of course.

Cristian: So what happened? You heard?

Vincent: The boxing commission ruled that you threw the fight. I'm sorry.

Cristian: Well, there goes my boxing career.

Evangeline: Now, Cris, just like I told you, we're going to fight this. And not just as a boxing infraction. No, we're going to fight it as a crime. I promise you, whoever did this to you is going to pay.

Natalie: Thank you for helping me with this.

Roxy: Ah, sure.

Natalie: So, just let Michael and his mom know, then they can come up here and get this stuff whenever they're ready. And can I just tell them you'll let them in?

Roxy: Oh, yeah, of course. Are you sure you don't want to take anything?

Natalie: Uh-uh.

Roxy: Ok.

Natalie: Can I have just a minute alone, please?

Roxy: You take as many minutes as you need.

Natalie: I have everything I'll ever need.

On the next "One Life to Live" --

Adriana: Moving in together -- it's a really big deal. At least it is to me.

Evangeline: We didn't find anything at all we can use.

Todd: Only that whoever bet against Cristian made a lot of money.

Natalie: There is something you should know about John's death.

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