One Life to Live Transcript Monday 10/23/06
Starr: Ew. Gross. I can't even get my caffeine fix without them making me want to gag.
Langston: Not something you want to see on an empty stomach.
Britney: What a riot.
Starr: No place is safe anymore.
Langston: Forget them. They're not worth our time. So what's new?
Starr: I ran into Cole, gave him back his clothes.
Langston: Dude, why didn't you tell me? So what happened?
Starr: It was fine. Everything's fine without r doing her little comments.
Langston: Yeah, well, those days might be over.
Britney: Cole! [Britney laughs]
Girl: Killer tackle by rookie Britney Jennings.
Boy: She got you, man.
Michael: How's that apple, buddy?
Marcie: Um -- baby -- um -- how do I look?
Michael: How does that apple taste? You look great. What are you doing?
Marcie: Are you sure I don't look like I'm trying too hard?
Michael: Honey, I -- I'm not exactly sure what that mea.
Marcie: Why do I even ask you? Why do I ask him, you know? We need to unpack all these boxes because I can't find anything to wear!
Michael: Honey, you look great.
Marcie: You are such a man.
Michael: Now, listen, there's a few things you need to understand about women, and the first and most important thing is that you are never going to understand women. [Tommy fusses] Yeah, I know.
Marcie: Oh, do not corrupt him! Do not corrupt him.
Michael: Stick with me, kid. I'm telling you, it's all the truth.
Marcie: Ok, what do you think about this? What do you think?
Michael: Um -- I think it's perfect. It doesn't look anything like the other one, and it definitely doesn't make you look like you're trying too hard.
Marcie: You're right -- the first one, right? The first one was much better. That's the one I'm going to go with.
Michael: No, who cares what you're wearing? I mean, what are you going to say? You got these young, impressionable minds in your hand. I mean, what are you going to do with that?
Marcie: I have absolutely no idea.
Michael: Great. Son, your mommy's nuts.
Marcie: I heard that!
Michael: It's true.
Nora: Oh, you're an angel. Oh.
Evangeline: It's decaf.
Evangeline: Caffeine's not good for your blood pressure. Look, if you don't want to listen to your doctor, that's your business, but I will not be your enabler.
Nora: How about a disabler? It's morning. Caffeine is legal in the morning.
Evangeline: Between being overcaffeinated --
Nora: Oh --
Evangeline: And prosecuting Spencer, no, Nora.
Nora: That's why I called you here. I need help with the Truman case.
Evangeline: I'm here to consult.
Nora: No, you're not consulting. I need you to take over prosecuting this case.
Antonio: Come on in. Coffee?
Cristian: Nope, got some. What's going on, man? You sounded weird on the phone.
Antonio: Cris, I need you to be serious with me.
Antonio: Do you think I was trying to stick it to Nash when I asked him to be in my wedding?
Jessica: Um -- Nash? Nash?
Nash: Jessica. Hey. Uh -- what's going on? What -- Everything all right? Is Bree ok?
Jessica: Yeah, she's fine. I -- I just -- um -- I just came by to see you. Because the more I think about you being at my wedding, the more uncomfortable I feel. So I came by to ask you, as a friend, not to do it.
Marcie: You know, if I do not leave soon, Michael, I am going to be really, really late.
Michael: Honey, you look beautiful. Those kids are going to be worshiping the ground you walk on.
Marcie: Yeah, well, we'll see about that. You know, I can't even believe that sue asked me to speak at her English class. I mean, what in the world was she thinking?
Michael: Yeah, I know. Why would she come up with that? You're a best-selling author, they are first-year English students. Crazy.
Marcie: It still seems random to me, you know? I mean, all I did was take some education classes with her at L.U., and that was years ago.
Michael: So she just called you out of the blue?
Marcie: Um -- you know, not exactly. She -- she saw our paper -- our picture in the paper. You know, the one with -- the one with us and your mom at the church -- at John's funeral?
Michael: Yeah, I -- I know the one.
Marcie: She called to say that she was sorry. And she said that John actually gave an anti-drug seminar at the school last year -- yes, yeah -- and she said that he was really good at it, you know? He got through to the kids.
Michael: Yeah. Well, Johnny was good like that, wasn't he?
Marcie: Yes, he was. Oh. Hey, you.
Michael: Yeah, I think you're right. Go, have fun. You look great. Me and the kid here, we got big plans.
Marcie: Oh, really?
Marcie: You do? Like what?
Michael: Secret, man stuff. Right, buddy?
Marcie: Well, you know what? When I get back -- hey, thomas Mc Bain? When I get back, you're going to tell me all that happened. Yes, you are, big boy, yes. [Marcie laughs]
Michael: Oh, hon?
Michael: You forgot your purse.
Marcie: Oh! Thank you. You sure I look ok?
Michael: You look too good. Stay away from those high hool boys.
Marcie: Oh, please. Is he a little munchkin? Bye.
Michael: Is she beautiful, or what, buddy? Yeah, she is. So what do you say we head over and get ourselves some grub? Yeah? I think it's a good idea.
Cole: You better be careful. You could get called for unnecessary roughness.
Langston: That wave? Cole just totally dissed Britney. She looked like she could spit nails.
Starr: He's ok for a sports freak.
Langston: You guys should really lay off the bean. You're getting that nasty pinched look -- or is that bulimia?
Britney: So, Manning, you going to the backwards dance on Halloween?
Starr: I doubt it.
Girl: What, going trick-or-treating?
Britney: Oh, but, Starr, you can actually go to this dance. It's backwards -- girls ask the guys.
Girl: Or does your little brother already have a date?
Langston: Come on, Starr, we're going to be late for English.
Starr: Can't wait.
Britney: Girls? You forgot your coffees.
Starr: I hate that bitch.
Evangeline: You're the D.A. This is a high-profile case. You need to be right out there in front.
Nora: Not if I can't do it.
Evangeline: You can do it. You're just a little off balance right now after everything you've been through, but, Nora, you're getting stronger every day.
Nora: Evangeline, I know myself. I have a very healthy ego.
Evangeline: Yes, you do. It's part of the package for an attorney.
Nora: Ok, do you remember when you couldn't see and you wouldn't take bo's case? You wouldn't take any case because you were afraid you wouldn't give it justice.
Evangeline: And you told me I could.
Nora: Well, that's what friends do -- we encourage each other.
Evangeline: So, what, you're not really considering this? You just want me to give you encouragement?
Nora: Listen to me. You were brutally honest with yourself, and now it's my turn. I'm not the old Nora.
Evangeline: You are.
Nora: No, I'm not, Evangeline. Ok, I will be. Trust me, I will be. But I can't cut my teeth on this. It's too important to too many people that I love. And it doesn't serve John's memory, so, please. You have to take this case, if not for John, then for me.
Cristian: Wait a minute. You asked Nash to be in your wedding?
Antonio: Yeah. And he said yes.
Cristian: What did Jessica say?
Antonio: She was right there. And she was fine with it. I mean, you know, it's good for Bree.
Cristian: Bree's not even a year old yet. How's she going to know the difference?
Antonio: Ah -- that's what I was wondering. I mean, you know -- I mean, did I really do this for her? Or did I do it to prove a point to Nash that Jessica's mine, that I won?
Cristian: Well, if you have to ask that, I think you already know the answer.
Antonio: Yeah, yeah, that's -- that's what I was afraid of.
Cristian: Ok. What were you thinking, man?
Antonio: I don't know. I don't know. I wasn't thinking. I mean, it made sense at the time. I mean, look, the guy's a wreck, ok? I mean, he's getting wasted every single night. The other day he was -- he was too hung-over to spend time with Bree, and I don't want her growing up with a drunk as a father.
Cristian: You're her father.
Antonio: No. Yes, I -- you know -- I mean, it's not that simple and it's never going to be. I mean, Bree -- Jessica wants Nash to be a part of Bree's life and she's right, you know? And after what I went through with Jamie, I mean, there is no way that I am going to drag another n through that. I mean, I -- I want her to be close to her birth father.
Cristian: Well, there's "close," and then there's "a little bit ridiculous."
Antonio: Yeah. You think I -- I was just trying to give Nash a taste of his own medicine?
Nash: You know, it had to be tough for Antonio to ask me to stand up for him, to be standing right there in your faces when you guys get married.
Jessica: Exactly. That's why I'm asking you to back out.
Nash: No. Can't do it.
Jessica: Excuse me?
Nash: Antonio asked me to be a part of his wedding party, I said I would, you were standing right there. If you had a problem with it, that w your chance to say something.
Jessica: Ok, ok, ok! I -- I didn't know he was going to ask you that. I was speechless.
Nash: Speechless? You had a whole speech, you said it was ok.
Jessica: Well, I have slept on it and I have changed my mind. I will explain things to Antonio. Trust me, he'll understand.
Nash: I thought this was about Brennan. Come on, Jessica, this is a head trip. You want me in your wedding party, you don't want me in your wedding party, I look hot in a tux, and I messed up? Please. Just --
Jessica: So why would you want to put yourself through that?
Nash: I might as well be there. It's all I'm going to be thinking about that day, you know?
Jessica: So you're a masochist?
Nash: Trust me, I find no pleasure in the fact that my life sucks. But I just got to deal with it, you know.
Jessica: Nash, Tess isn't coming back.
Nash: This isn't about Tess. It's about me. I can't just roll over. I have a daughter. I have a daughter who I want to get to know me. I want her to look up to me.
Jessica: Except that a couple days ago, Antonio had to throw you in a cold shower to sober you up?
Nash: Yeah, yeah, yeah, because I was acting like a 4-year-old, which is something that he didn't hold against me. He asked me to be a part of his wedding -- your wedding. It affected me. What kind of a guy does that? You know, it's --
Nash: Yeah --
Jessica: The word you're looking for is "amazing."
Nash: Antonio is amazing.
Jessica: Yeah, well, I am not amazing. And it's my wedding, too. And the idea of you standing right there at the altar, it's just --
Nash: It's confusing, right? Why don't you just say it, Jessica? "It's too confusing."
Jessica: Do you care at all, at all that I'm upset by this? Or are you just trying to punish me that I'm not Tess?
Evangeline: I hate to state the obvious, but I don't work for the D.A.'s office -- not to mention I'm not up to speed on this case.
Nora: 3/4 of this case is in Hugh's head, and I've been in a coma for 3/4 of the year -- you're as up to speed as I am.
Evangeline: Except I play for the other team.
Nora: Well, that's -- that's easily arranged. I'm the D.A. I can appoint my own A.D.A.s.
Nora: We can do the paperwork this morning.
Evangeline: My caseload is finally back where it was before --
Nora: Oh, we'll work it out. For god's sake, what case right now in the Llantano County court system is more important than this?
Evangeline: Oh, god, if Spencer goes free --
Nora: That's right. It would be horrible. It would be horrible for the Mc Bain family. This case killed John. Do you want his death to be in vain?
Evangeline: No. But, Nora, what you're asking me is huge. I can't just make a decision.
Nora: You have to make the decision now. What if I can't win this case? I have one bad day -- one bad day --nd Truman walks. Double jeopardy applies, and Spencer Truman goes free -- forever.
Man: Good morning, D.A. Hanen. How's the head today?
Nora: Oh, you're so sweet to ask, Mr. Casey. Never better. Do you know Evangeline Williamson?
Mr. Casey: By reputation. Mark Casey, Spencer's lawyer.
Evangeline: Yes, I saw you in the courtroom. Tell me, does it bother you defending a monster?
Mark: Well, you almost sound like a Prosecutor.
Nora: Doesn't she?
Evangeline: Look, I've defended my share of questionable clients, but never someone whose crimes were so unconscionable.
Mark: Well, you've just taken it to heart because you were involved with John Mc Bain.
Evangeline: Actually, I was, and it has nothing to do with that.
Mark: Women -- always trying to prove something.
Nora: Oh, that's beyond offensive.
Mark: Careful. You don't want to spike your blood pressure. You're going to need every last remaining brain cell to make it through this trial.
Nora: Well, with my remaining brain cells, even I can tell that your client's seen his last day of freedom, and that is a promise, Mr. Casey.
Mark: Well, gauntlet thrown.
Mark: Oh, but be warned, D.A. Hanen. I don't play nice, even with the -- physically challenged.
Evangeline: You smug, self-righteous son of a bitch.
Marcie: Good morning, Sue.
Sue: Oh, good morning, Marcie.
Marcie: Thank you so much for inviting me. I really appreciate it. It means a lot to me.
Sue: Oh, thank you. You must be so busy.
Marcie: Yeah, you know, with tom and the blog, but today I get to indulge my teaching fantasy.
Sue: Yeah, well, you may not find it so dreamy afterwards. It's not like they said it would be in school. Kids are tough these days.
Marcie: Well, I mean, it can't be any worse than when I was in school, right? So -- um -- what should I talk about today? Well, how about I talk about how I used to keep a journal in high school and how I wanted to kill everybody who was mean to me, and them some sicko turned it into a serial-killing manual for dummies?
Sue: Uh --
Marcie: Oh, I'm kidding.
Marcie: I'm totally kidding. I'm so sorry. You must think I'm crazy.
Sue: No. Sorry. All I think about lately is that I'm a beached whale, what I'm going to eat, and when the next bathroom break is. My humor receptor is a little compromised.
Marcie: I understand. Uh -- they do ask about , so if "The Killing Club" killer comes up, what should I --
Sue: Well, you'll deal with it.
Sue: They didn't tell us this at L.U., But the one thing that I've learned in the real world -- kids can read your mind. So you might as well be brutally honest, or they won't even bother listening.
Marcie: High school was awful, wasn't it?
Britney: I don't care if he got out of prison. Her father is a total loser. And he's been in jail before, you kn.
Sue: Good morning, girls. Britney.
Britney: Hi, Ms. Kenny.
Marcie: I see nothing's really changed.
Sue: If you ask me, it's gotten worse.
Nash: I don't resent you. And I'm t such a masochist that I would torture myself just for the pleasure of ruining your wedding. Trust me, I'd far rather drink myself into oblivion and curled up in a hole, but, by the way, I'm told that's no longer an option for me, so --
Jessica: You're not going to change your mind, are you?
Nash: If it means that much to you, I'll call Antonio and tell him I can't go through with it.
Jessica: Thank you. Thank you.
Nash: I'm sorry I said you're confused.
Jessica: I'm not confused. I am marrying Antonio because I am totally and completely in love with him.
Cristian: You're not cruel, Antonio. But you're not above revenge.
Antonio: Yeah. Hmm -- the Santi temper.
Cristian: No, actually, it's the Vega temper. Listen, I think -- I think you want revenge on Nash. But I also think that -- that you want to keep the peace, and -- I don't know. Like you said, it's not that simple.
Antonio: Yeah. Man, do you have any idea how much I hated watching Nash take over when Tess was around? Touching her, Jessica.
Cristian: I'm surprised you didn't kill him.
Antonio: And what good would that have done? I mean, she loved him. All right, I mean, she would look at him with all this love her eyes, and then she would turn around and look at me with all this hatred. They -- they were Jessica's eyes, but they were filled with resentment. I made her sick.
Cristian: Well, I can't imagine how confusing that was. But the thing is --
Antonio: Go ahead. Say it.
Cristian: Well, if you're this confused, then what the hell's going on in Jessica's mind?
Jessica: I know that when you look at me, no matter what you say, you still see Tess.
Nash: Sometimes. It's -- it's more like -- it's more like I'm looking for her. Jessica, you have no idea what it's like to be on this side, all right? I mean, I look at you, you got her face, you got her voice, you've got her -- ah. And sometimes I see her in there.
Jessica: I am nothing like Tess.
Nash: And I'm not saying that you're confused about who you should marry. It's just -- Jessica, you've been through a huge -- an epic emotional trauma. You're -- you're basically a whole new person.
Jessica: No, no, I'm not. I'm just put together again, finally.
Nash: Well, whatever. You've got a whole other person's life, their experiences, their memories to process.
Jessica: And I'm doing that. So?
Nash: All right. Whatever. None of my business.
Jessica: No, no. No, finish what you were going to say, Nash. Don't make me drag it out of you.
Nash: All right, you know what? Maybe this isn't the time for you to be marrying anyone. That's all.
Jessica: No, that's not all, and you know it. - I don't know how not to get sick.
Marcie: A t of people say to write about what you know, but, you know, I say that you should write about what you're passionate about, you know? And it could be something totally out of your imagination, or it could be about an issue that's bugging you -- like freedom of speech, or genocide, or -- you know what? You could even write about a guy, even if you're a girl.
Britney: Or a guy who wants to be a girl. [Laughter]
Langston: You're an idiot.
Britney: You smell bad.
Marcie: Ok, ok, ladies! The important thing is that the subject matters to you. Starr?
Starr: Who was your favorite author?
Marcie: Peter Straub is -- but I have too many, really, and I love a great mystery -- I even like the bad ones. [Marcie chuckles]
Starr: I like Harper Lee, but she only wrote one book.
Britney: Really? I thought your favorite book was "My Life as an Ugly Loser."
Evangeline: I know your type. I know all about the way you work. I know what kind of sleazy clients you get off. I know how low you sink just to win. You are what gives defense attorneys a bad name.
Mark: And yet when someone's in a jam, my name always seems to be at the top of the list.
Evangeline: Only when they're guilty, trust me.
Mark: Watch it, dragon lady. You're no longer teflon. You've notched a few in the loss column lately.
Evangeline: Oh, Todd Manning's conviction -- you mean the one that was overturned? Yeah, that was the result of yr client's perverse manipulation of the system, knowing that Todd nearly lost his life just so that Spencer could sleep with his wife? If I could, I would personally send him to hell.
Mark: I can see that losing hasn't put a dent in your god complex. Now, if you'll excuse me -- I'd like a big cup of coffee, please?
Evangeline: Oh, mine's nothing compared to Spencer Truman's. No, he's been playing puppet master for far too long. But my friend Nora over there -- she's going to take that puppet of his and she's going to shove it right --
Nora: Ok, ok, ok!
Evangeline: Nora eats hired guns like you for breakfast. She's ruthless, but never at the expense of her integrity. No, she don't run around town starting little high school fights with the other side, because she knows that doesn't make a damn bit of difference when it comes to the 12 people in the jury box.
Mark: We'll see, Joan of Arc.
Evangeline: What is your problem with women?
Nora: Maybe it's because we keep wiping the courtroom floor with him. Or is it a size issue?
Mark: You know, you haven't been the same since before you got sick, and we all know it. Spencer Truman is going to walk. I personally guarantee that.
Michael: No way. Not if I have anything to do with it. Not a chance in hell.
Antonio: Jessica's fine, actually. I mean, she's -- she's going to therapy twice a week, she's making wedding plans. You know, she's spending a lot of time with Bree.
Cristian: So she's not confused?
Antonio: Well, sometimes she does something, you know? I mean, she has, you know, a Tess moment, like when she sees Nash, but she says it's like watching a movie -- you know, that there's no feelings that go with it.
Cristian: Do you believe her?
Antonio: I trust her, Cris. And, you know, I -- I think that she would tell me if she didn't want this wedding to go through.
Cristian: It's just that I know Jess, and she always wants to do the right thing and not hurt anyone, en -- even if it's at her own expense.
Antonio: Yeah, but that was before she got the Tess part of herself back. And, I mean, it's -- it's got to be a good thing, right? I mean, it's over, Cris. And this wedding -- it -- it means a lot to both of us, you know? I mean, we're finally moving forward with our lives -- including Nash. You know? I mean, we've been through hell and back, man, and we've made it on to the other side, you know. And it wasn't all a waste. We have a beautiful baby that we all love.
Cristian: The three of you?
Antonio: Yeah. Which is part of the reason why I asked Nash to be a part of the wedding -- as a symbol.
Antonio: And I think it'll finally close the book on Nash and Tess once and for all if he stands there and watches Jess commit her life -- to me.
Jessica: Ok, ok. You are not some little Buddhist sitting on the mountain, looking down on me, trying to protect me, ok? So you can just drop that, it's a load of bull. You're so transparent. It's really ridiculous. The only reason that you want to come to this wedding is because there's something in it for you.
Nash: You know, maybe I just think it's going to be my Tess antidote. That you'll say "I do" and, poof, magically I will never think of Tess again.
Jessica: You're a jerk.
Jessica: God. Ugh! Why do I feel so guilty every time I look at you?
Nash: Well, that's all you.
Jessica: I don't want to feel this way the day of my wedding. Please. Can't you just let me get married in peace? I know that you're Bree's father. I would never take that away from you, I promise.
Nash: This isn't all about guilt. Not completely.
Jessica: You don't know me, Nash.
Nash: You know what I think? The reason you are so terrified of me ing at your wedding is you're afraid that Tess will find her way out and ruin all of your pretty little plans for your future.
Jessica: You're right. No matter how many times Dr. Jamison tells me that Tess is gone -- you know, she doesn't exist, so she can't back -- I'm afraid. I'm afraid that she's going to come back and take back her life the second I let my guard down, and I know that's what you want.
Nash: Of course I do.
Jessica: Have you ever stopped to think, just for a second, what would happen if Tess could come back out and have her life back? You know what happens to me? I die. I'm the one that disappears.
Nash: I love her.
Jessica: Oh, that's great. Nash, Antonio is impulsive. He didn't ask me if it was ok if you came to our wedding, and you know what? I'm not comfortable with it. I'm not comfortable with it at all. So, please, call him, tell him that you appreciate the gesture, but you can't do it, and please find something else to do the day I marry Nash -- Antonio. I meant Antonio. Hmm.
Cristian: I can't tell you what to do, Antonio. And this is a -- it's a pretty difficult position you're in. But I will tell you this. If I were you, I'd want Nash to see for himself that it's over. That you and Jess are going to spend the rest of your lives together. It's only human.
Cristian: You got to do what you got to do, right?
Antonio: Yeah. Thank you. I -- I always knew you would give it to me straight.
Cristian: There's only one thing, though.
Cristian: Well, you asked this drunk who took a swing at your brother to be in your wedding, and you didn't even ask your brother to be the best man. What's up with that?
Antonio: You'll do it, right? You'll -- you'll be my best man?
Cristian: Hell, no.
Michael: Spencer can't walk. He killed my father -- or, at least he as good as killed my father -- he broke my mother's heart. I don't care what kind of slick moves you pull. This is not going to go away. The Mc Bains are not going to go away. Now, as long as I'm here, I'm going to make sure that my family gets justice.
Mark: Well, I'm not much into gang warfare. Madam District Attorney, I guess I'll see you in court.
Michael: I'm -- I'm sorry, guys, but that guy really pissed me off.
Nora: Oh, well, join the club. I thought Evangeline was going to scratch his eyes out.
Evangeline: Oh, yeah, I almost did. You got here just in time.
Michael: What do you mean by that?
Nora: The case is good, don't worry about it. The case is good. I just want to make sure that I've got the best prosecutor on it, and judging from what I just saw, I think I'm looking at her.
Evangeline: Nora, you are --
Nora: No, no, listen.
Evangeline: The best prosecutor I know.
Nora: It's your decision, ok? Make it fast. Bye-bye.
Michael: What did she mean by that?
Evangeline: Nora wants me to join the D.A.'s office. She wants me to take over as lead prosecutor in the Spencer trial.
Michael: Yeah, well, as far as I'm concerned, that's a great idea. And if my feelings mean anything, then you have to do this.
Starr: Funny -- I thought your favorite book was "How to be a Total Bitch."
Sue: That is it -- both of you. You can work this out in detention for a week.
Britney: Thanks a lot, Manning.
Sue: Enough! One more word out of either one of you and I'll make it a month.
Marcie: Um -- actually, this is why I started writing in the first place, you know, because I needed a positive place to put my thoughts instead of lashing out at another person, so --
Sue: I apologize, Marcie.
Marcie: No, no, I can take it. This is fine.
Sue: Well, we have a term paper coming up and we're picking topics. Any suggestions?
Marcie: Yeah. I think you should just write about something that interests you. I mean, writing is hard enough. You certainly don't want to write about something that you hate. So, has anybody picked a topic yet, chosen a topic? I mean, you could just call them out.
Langston: Peer pressure?
Marcie: That's great.
Starr: Death penalty?
Marcie: That's really good, and I'd actually love to read it when you're done.
Britney: How about rape?
Marcie: Yeah, that's another good one.
Britney: Yeah, definitely. In fact, I can even interview Starr's father. Didn't he do some time for raping a girl in college?
Sue: That is it, Britney! Thanks to your inability to control yourself, you will not be attending the Halloween dance.
Britney: You can't do that.
Sue: I just did.
Marcie: Starr? Are you all right?
Starr: Yeah, I'm fine. Good class, Marcie. Let's go.
Marcie: Oh. I feel so bad for her.
Sue: Starr's had a really rough year.
Marcie: I know, poor kid.
Langston: I know how to get revenge on that bubblehead.
Starr: Don't get me started.
Langston: I'm serious, Starr. You can't let her get away with stuff like that.
Starr: I already got detention.
Langston: Listen, Cole and his buddies are right over there.
Langston: So I happen to know Britney wants to ask him to the dance.
Starr: Yeah, but she's banned.
Langston: So you ask him. If he says yes --
Starr: Britney will drop dead.
Michael: Listen to me. My brother -- he trusted you. If you take over for Nora, I know that he would've approved. Hell, it might've even gotten a smile out of him.
Evangeline: Thank you, Michael.
Michael: Take the case. You're the right person for it.
Cristian: How you doing?
Cristian: You ok? You look a little serious.
Evangeline: Yeah -- uh -- Nora -- she wants me to take over and prosecute the Spencer trial.
Cristian: What did you say?
Evangeline: I haven't told her anything.
Cristian: Do you want my opinion?
Jessica: You see? This is exactly what I'm talking about. We're just discussing you being at my wedding and it's already weird.
Jessica: Forget it.
Nash: You didn't -- you didn't tell Antonio that you're upset, did you?
Jessica: No. Nash -- if you're going to do this, then just -- then just do it, ok? Show up, usher people to their seats, stand at the altar, smile. Go to the reception, dance with any bridesmaid that you want, smile for all the wedding pictures, ok, so we can show Bree when she gets older that she has two incredible fathers, and that's it. That's where it ends. No disruptions, no drama.
Nash: Bridesmaids? That's exactly what I was planning on doing.
Jessica: Thank you for getting it.
Jessica: You know, this place is starting to come together.
Nash: Thanks. Doing my best. Costing more than I thought.
Jessica: Yeah, it always does.
Michael: Honey, honey, honey, shh. I just -- I just put the baby to sleep.
Marcie: Oh, I'm sorry.
Michael: No, it's ok.
Marcie: Can I have a hug?
Michael: Come here. So, how'd it go at the school?
Marcie: Oh, it was just like I remember high school. [Marcie laughs]
Michael: Wow. That bad, huh?
Marcie: You know, I swear, I don't know what I'll do if Tommy has to deal with the kind of bullying that I saw today.
Cole: All right, all right.
Boy: I'm taking off, man.
Cole: Hey, guys, see you later.
Starr: Hey, Cole.
Cole: Hey, Starr. What's up?
Starr: The usual. Um -- can I ask you something?
Evangeline: I always want your opinion. It matters a lot to me.
Cristian: Then I think you should take the case.
Evangeline: Cristian, what about my practice and my clients?
Cristian: Wrap up what you can, get somebody to care for you, and take Nora up on her offer. She wouldn't be asking if she didn't need your help. Come on, what are you afraid of?
Evangeline: Nora? It's me. I'll do it.
Jessica: Hey. Where's the baby? Is she still napping?
Antonio: Yeah, still napping.
Jessica: Good. How was your morning?
Antonio: My morning was fantastic. Cristian came by and I made him my official best man. And how was your morning?
Antonio: Did the florist have what you want for the wedding?
Jessica: You know what? I have what I want right here.
Nash's voice: Costing more than I thought.
Jessica's voice: Yeah, it always does.
On the next "One Life to Live" --
Starr: Want to go to the Halloween dance with me?
Adriana: It'd be so great if Viki and Clint got back together. I have to find out what happened last night.
Dorian: I think I may be falling in love with him.
Todd: Why are you here?
Blair: I'm working.
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