One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 11/22/06
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Todd: You can do one of two things -- you can wake up tomorrow and discover your face plastered to the front page of my newspaper with a very derogatory headline on top, or you can expel Cole.
Marty: Over my dead body. Go after him, and I'll go after you.
Todd: Whew. That's very good, Marty.
Todd: So after what Cole did to Starr last night, you just waltz in and defend him?
Marty: He made a mistake and I am sorry for what he did, but he's a good kid.
Todd: I hate to break this to you, but Cole is anything but good. And if he ever goes near my daughter again, I'm going to kill him.
Cole: Starr, please.
Starr: Go away.
Cole: I just need to talk to you, all right?
Starr: I'll call the police.
Cole: I won't hurt you, ok? I promise. I just -- I just need to tell you how sorry I am.
Starr: You could say it through the door.
Cole: I want to tell you face to face, all right -- I'll only be a minute, all right? I just -- I have something I need to explain. You know, I just need a chance to tell you -- I just needed a chance to explain what happened. Please, it'll only take a minute. Just one chance and then I'll leave, please. This is tearing me apart.
Starr: Good. [Starr unlocks, unchains door]
Michael: This could be a very big nail.
Marcie: In Spencer's coffin?
Michael: Let's hope.
Bailiff: Do you promise to tell the truth, the whole truth, nothing but the truth, so help you god?
Blair: Yes, I do.
Judge: You may be seated, Ms. Cramer.
Michael: Something's bothering you.
Marcie: It's just what Rex said, you know? I mean, what if you were right? What if you were both right? Maybe -- maybe we shouldn't be looking for Tommy's birth parents. What if we are just looking for trouble?
Adriana: Ok, you set?
Rex: Todd paid me a lot of money to find his kid.
Adriana: And you did. You're a good P.I., Rex.
Rex: But how am I supposed to tell Marcie and Michael? They love that little guy so much and there is no doubt that he is one lucky kid to have them as parents.
Adriana: Come on, let's go back to your place. We'll figure it out.
[Latin music plays]
Man: Buenos tardes, Senor and senora Vega. Welcome to the old San Juan hotel. Please. Relax and enjoy the music. I will make sure the honeymoon suite is ready.
Antonio: Muchisima gracias. Gracias, mi amigo.
Waiter: De nada, senor.
Antonio: Wow. Well -- To the most beautiful woman in the world. I am truly blessed to be able to call you my wife. I love you, Jessica.
Jessica: I love you so much, Antonio.
Antonio: Mmm. Is something wrong? Was it my horrible attempt at a Spanish accent?
Jessica: No. No, of course not. I mean, how can anything be wrong? I just think that we need some more drinks.
Antonio: You haven't touched that one.
Jessica: Mmm. Delicious. How about another round? Whoo!
Antonio: Oh, ok.
Adriana: Oh, hey.
Nash: Hey-hey, hey. Hey.
Adriana: You are so beautiful, look at you.
Nash: Yes, she is. It is so nice to be the one in charge of taking care of her for a while. Who knew daddy would be so happy that Jessica and Antonio went away for a honeymoon, huh? Hmm?
Judge: Ms. Williamson?
Evangeline: Would you please state your name for the record?
Blair: Blair Cramer.
Evangeline: Would you spell your last name, please?
Michael: Listen to me, Marcie.
Michael: Tommy is our son.
Evangeline: Please state your address --
Michael: It doesn't matter who his biological parents are.
Marcie: Yeah, but then -- then why would Rex say that they might be able to take him back?
Michael: Because Rex is being overcautious. Tommy is ours, honey. Nothing, nothing will change that.
Rex: We should jam.
Adriana: Yeah. Hey, if you ever need a babysitter --
Nash: Thank you, but I don't think I will be giving up a single moment with my little girl, will I?
Nash: No, I won't.
Adriana: I understand. You are such a cutie-wootie -- you hear that?
Adriana: Huh. Bye.
Nash: See you. Say "bye." Say "bye" -- "bye, Bree." Anyway. Ok, bye.
Rex: You never call me "cutie-wootie, pootie."
Adriana: Oh, I'm sorry. Well, what if -- what if I call you --
Rex: Ooh. Ok, now I'm feeling it.
Roxy: Hey! Fancy meetin' you two here.
Adriana: Hey, hey!
Rex: Hey, Rox.
Roxy: Hey, you're not going, are you? We're just getting ready to rumble.
Roxy: How about if I buy Adriana and Rexy Wexy a brewski-twoski?
Rex: Thanks, Roxy, but we got to go.
Roxy: Oh, I get it -- a little afternoon delight.
Roxy: Hot pockets at night
Rex: Roxy, I said we got to go -- please.
Roxy: Oh, sheesh. You know, why don't you take him home, get him to relax, and then have him get out on the right side of the bed this time?
Adriana: I'm sorry, Roxy. Rex is kind of under a lot of pressure, but we'll have drinks with you next time.
Roxy: You know, you bet your bottom dollar on that. And, you know, don't string me along.
Adriana: I wouldn't dream of it.
Roxy: You know, we should play that game again -- you know, the one with the morays and the ethics?
Adriana: You bet.
Roxy: Yeah, I love that game. And those questions -- you know, some of them were doozies, because it's really hard to figure out the right thing to do especially when you're a Balsom.
Principal Wexler: Please. Mr. Manning, there's no need for threats of any kind.
Todd: Well, that wasn't threat. That was a promise.
Marty: You lay one finger on Cole and the only way you are coming out of prison is on a gurney the way it should've been years ago.
Todd: Can I have a word with her alone, please?
Principal Wexler: That is out of the question. I'm sorry, Mr. Manning, but I have to question your self-restraint right now.
Marty: Huh, it's ok. He won't hurt me.
Principal Wexler: I don't think it's a good idea.
Marty: I can handle him. And he's right -- we do have some things we need to discuss alone.
Principal Wexler: Are you sure you'll be all right?
Marty: Yeah. He'll never hurt me again.
Principal Wexler: It's against my better judgment, but if you need me, I'll be in the hall.
Marty: I shouldn't have said that. Ahem. This isn't about what happened to me at a party back in college. This is about what happened at a party last night between my son and your daughter.
Todd: No, your son happened to my daughter. He attacked her, obviously for payback.
Marty: You were there. He didn't know anything about the rape until this morning. The only thing that was the same is that you both play football and you both weren't in your right mind. Unlike you, my son is a gentle, quiet kid.
Todd: Ha. Could've fooled me.
Marty: Yeah, that could've been the steroids -- and I'm not saying it's an excuse because it's not. But you've seen the evidence -- anger and aggression are major side effects. He wasn't in his right mind. If -- he wouldn't have even raised his voice if he wasn't taking those drugs. Look, I can guarantee that he will never take steroids, or any other drug for that matter, ever again.
Todd: You sound very sure of yourself.
Marty: I am.
Todd: That's funny because you as this renowned psychiatrist, this studier of human behavior -- you didn't know he was taking them. So how can you possibly guarantee he'll never do it again?
Cole: Can I come in? Please?
Starr: You had something to say to me?
Cole: Yeah, I'm sorry.
Starr: You already said that outside and at the police station.
Cole: I know, but, see, it's not even like that. I mean, when somebody steps on your toes, they say "I'm sorry," and that's it and it's not -- it's not that big of a deal. They just step on your toes and ok, that's it. And when I say "I'm sorry," it kind of sounds like the same thing, like I just stepped on your toes and that's it. It's not a big deal. Wow. I should've paid a lot more attention in English class because I know there are words for how I feel. I just don't know what they are or how to say them. You know what I mean?
Starr: Go on.
Cole: See, when I brought you up in that room and I started yelling at you, I felt like I was just somebody up in the bleachers and -- watching somebody go off on their girlfriend and I was so mad like I -- I just wanted to kick their ass because they were yelling at somebody that I care about, somebody that I care about a lot. But --
Cole: I couldn't do anything to stop him, you know? He was just out of control and -- and I was just a spectator. Do you remember what you said to me?
Starr: I said a lot of things.
Cole: You said, "this isn't you." Remember?
Cole: Well, you were right. I mean, it wasn't me. That's not me. I -- I'm not that guy.
Starr: So it was the drugs, huh?
Starr: This isn't your fault -- is that what you expect me to believe?
Evangeline: What were the circumstances of your first meeting with the defendant?
Blair: He used a knife on my son.
Mark: Objection -- vague and inflammatory.
Judge: Overruled. Would you please clarify that statement, Ms. Cramer?
Blair: My son was having difficulty breathing, so I took him to the hospital and dr. Truman used a knife on him.
Evangeline: And after the initial meeting at the hospital, did you come to know the defendant on a personal level?
Evangeline: And how did the personal relationship begin?
Blair: He began to pursue me.
Mark: Objection. Leading the witness.
Judge: Rephrase the question, please.
Evangeline: Of course, your honor. In what way did the defendant pursue you?
Evangeline: Thank you, Ms. Cramer. And when you first, um -- Ms. Cramer, can I get you a glass of water?
Blair: Just, you know what?
Judge: Ms. Cramer --
Blair: Yeah, I really --
Judge: Ms. Cramer, please sit back down -- you have not been given permission --
Nash: One for Brennan -- [Nash exhales] Ok, and one for daddy.
Roxy: Enjoy it now because in another couple of years, ain't going to be nothing but heartache and bail money.
Nash: Well, my Brennan would never break my heart, would you? Would you?
Roxy: Brennan? Brennan -- isn't that your last name?
Nash: Yes, and it's her first name.
Roxy: What's going on in this town? Must be something in the drinking water. First there was Hugh Hughes, now there's Brennan Brennan. And maybe I should just change my name to Balsom Balsom. Ooh, that'd make a good name for a shampoo.
Nash: Yeah, well, her name is Brennan Buchanan, but we're supposed to be calling her be. Right?
Roxy: Well, since those two got married, shouldn't it be Bree Vega?
Nash: No, it shouldn't.
Roxy: Hey, you know, don't get so snippy. I'm sorry that you're ticked off about a certain couple getting hitched.
Nash: Now, why would I be ticked off?
Roxy: Hey, baby, I'm from a long line of B.S.Ers and I can spot B.S. From a mile away. That's why I don't step in it. You know, I've seen that look when you're around Jessica. It's the same look that Rexy has around Adriana, it's the same way that Natty was about Johnny boy.
Roxy: It's the same way I get when I'm around Hugh Jackman -- not that I'm around Hugh Jackman, not since the restraining order.
Roxy: That's a joke!
Nash: Oh --
Roxy: Come on! A joke, remember?
Nash: That's great. Is there a point to this, Roxy?
Roxy: Damn straight there's a point.
Roxy: You're still ga-ga in love with Jessica Vega.
Evangeline: Blair, are you ok?
Michael: Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me.
Evangeline: Take her, take her.
Michael: Come here, come here, come here.
Michael: Blair, Blair? Blair. Are you with me? Are you with me?
Blair: What happened?
Michael: Oh, well, you just decided to take a little nap for a couple of seconds.
Blair: I fainted?
Michael: You did. Do me a favor -- can you follow my finger? Just with your eyes. Ok. Ok. Now, do you think that you can stand?
Blair: Yeah, yeah, I can.
Michael: Ok. Now, give me your arm.
Michael: Oh. Ok, now --
Michael: No -- don't apologize.
Michael: Look, I'm going to have Marcie call Todd.
Blair: No, don't. Don't.
Todd: So your son's pounding steroids and you had no idea? Are you blind or just really dumb?
Marty: Don't you dare judge me. Patrick died, Todd, and I have been doing my best to be mother and father to Cole. And if that wasn't enough, there was this little incident that happened to me in college that I live with every single day. You know, I never got over it and I never will. So, if you want to know where I've been -- well, I've been living in a nightmare, so you're going to have to forgive me if I missed the signs. Huh.
Todd: If you think I'm going to let Cole off the hook because of what happened between you and me in college, you can forget it.
Spencer: Blair, are you all right?
Michael: Blair, why don't you want me to call Todd?
Spencer: Mike, why don't you get her some water or something?
Blair: Because he's got too much on his plate right now. I don't want to worry him. I --
Spencer: Blair, Blair, look at me. Are you ok?
Blair: Evangeline, please. I don't want to deal with this right now.
Evangeline: Your honor, can we please have a five-minute recess?
Judge: Let's make it 15. This court will adjourn until 3:45.
Evangeline: Thank you. Blair, are you sure you're ok?
Blair: Yeah, I'm fine.
Michael: She's going to be fine.
Michael: She's going to be fine.
Evangeline: Thank you.
Blair: If I could get some air.
Marcie: Do you need me to come with you in case --
Michael: No, no, no --
Marcie: You need anything?
Michael: No, you know what? I think I just need to take her outside for a little while, let her calm down. I mean, that seat can be a real pressure cooker, you know?
Marcie: All right. Well, if you need anything, you know, you just let --
Blair: Thank you. Thank you, Marcie.
Rex: Thomas John Mc Bain. Todd Junior Manning -- T.J.M. T.J.M. Oh, and who said god doesn't have a sense of humor?
Adriana: Actually, it would be T.M.J. -- Todd Manning Jr. -- So your conspiracy theory is a bust. Don't worry, ok? We're -- we're going to figure out what to do. What are you doing?
Rex: Oh, where is it? "What if you found out some important information, but it could hurt another person? Would you tell them or keep it to yourself?" Help.
Adriana: I know. You're in an awkward position.
Rex: A contortionist is in an awkward position. This one's impossible.
Adriana: You're going to do the right thing.
Rex: Do you remember what my mom said, a little while ago? How it's not easy to know what the right thing is -- "especially for a Balsom."
Starr: So everything you said and did that night was because of roid rage -- is that what you expect me to believe?
Cole: No, I don't, because that's not true. I mean, I lost my temper and I threw things and I grabbed you. And that was because of the steroids and I truly believe that. But I said some really, really mean and horrible things to you and I can't blame anything or anyone else but myself. I mean, I'm not saying that steroids didn't -- didn't make me want sex more -- a lot more. But I tried to force you into it and I called you a tease and that was mean.
Starr: That's really reassuring.
Cole: You know, I'm not a very smart guy, ok? I mean, I listen to guys like Gabe who say things like, "if you win the game and you don't get laid afterwards, then you're not a winner. You're a loser." I mean, I've even said that same thing to other guys.
Starr: Do you believe those things?
Cole: No, of course not.
Starr: Then why would you say them?
Cole: Because I want the -- the guys to think -- think that I was a player? I -- I don't know. Pretty lame, huh?
Starr: Yeah, it is.
Cole: You know, and I bought in to all that crap about the steroids and, I mean, everybody was saying that if you want to make it b, you have to -- you have to do it by stacking. I mean --
Starr: "Everybody" meaning Gabe?
Cole: Starr, everybody does it. All -- all those pros juice. I mean --
Starr: But you're only a high school kid. You're just a sophomore.
Cole: Do you know how many times that I hear that everybody on the team is depending on me? I mean, that I have to be stronger and faster and that -- that I can't mess up. Listen, I know what I did was stupid, you know? And -- and when I was doing them, I knew it was the wrong thing to do, but I kept taking them. I wish I could be more like you.
Cole: Yeah. I mean, you don't care what anybody else thinks.
Starr: That's not true.
Cole: Yeah, it is. But, no, I wanted to be the big hero. And I wanted to make my mom happy. You know, she -- she's been really depressed ever since my dad died, and even before that. And now that I know that --
Starr: That she was raped?
Starr: By my dad. That's why no matter how mad I am at you, I feel like I should be the one apologizing.
Todd: You want me to tell you how sorry I am for what I did to you? Ok. Sorry, Marty.
Todd: I was sorry yesterday, I'm sorry today, I'll be sorry tomorrow and I'll kick myself and I'll hate myself for the rest of my life. But that does not give your son license to attack my daughter.
Marty: Of course not.
Todd: You know what? Yeah, life sucks, doesn't it? You didn't do anything wrong and you got raped. I didn't do anything wrong, I got the lethal injection. [Todd snaps fingers]
Marty: What do you want me to do with that, huh? You trying to convince me of something? Life's tough?
Todd: I'm trying to convince you that there are repercussions for what your son did to my daughter.
Marty: Look, he's a good boy, ok, and if you got to know him a little bit, you would know that.
Todd: I know him enough! I saw him at the Halloween party with my daughter, which I chaperoned with Blair. It was funny -- I didn't see you there.
Marty: I had to work and it was a -- a bad night.
Todd: Aw. It's too bad, yeah. Starr had a bad night, too -- your son tried to rip her clothes off.
Marty: That is not what happened.
Todd: Oh. Yeah. Seems to me that's always how it begins.
Marty: Huh. Cole would never do that.
Todd: Don't ever say "never," Marty.
Principal Wexler: Is everything settled?
Todd: No, actually, nothing's settled. I want Cole expelled.
Principal Wexler: That's not a call I can make myself. I'm going to have to bring it to the school board --
Todd: I'm not waiting for the school board, lady! They'll take up to six months at least to make a decision. I'm going to pull my daughter out of this school immediately. She's not safe here.
Nash: I am not in love with Jessica. I never have been. I never will be.
Roxy: Whoa, baby, cool your jets.
Nash: Sorry. I was in love with Tess. But Tess isn't around anymore, so --
Roxy: Aren't Tess and Jess one in the same?
Nash: You know, I -- I'd just like to feed my daughter in peace.
Roxy: Hey, no problemo.
Roxy: Peace is like my middle name. "Roxy Peace Balsom" -- has a certain kind of ring to it. Maybe I should have it changed. Hmm. She's a real sweetie.
Nash: Yes, she is.
Roxy: Yeah. You know, I never won mother-of-the-year awards, but I sure love my babies.
Nash: Oh, now, that is not to love?
Roxy: You're a wine guy, aren't you?
Nash: Yes, I'm a wine guy.
Roxy: Because I feel like I could be a wine girl. It's not like I know a lot about it, but I sure do like it.
Roxy: 2004 -- you think that was a good year?
Nash: Well, it depends on the grapes, where they were grown.
Roxy: Yeah, because the stuff I get from the box, I never know what year it is. But -- well, I don't think I'd do so good on that tasting thing. But the spitting out -- I think I could get that down pretty good.
Nash: Well, then you're halfway there.
Roxy: Yeah. So, like, maybe you could tell me some of the tricks of the trade? Because, you know, first, I know you uncork the bottle.
Nash: Right, let it breathe.
Roxy: Because it's been holding its breath for a long time.
Nash: Exactly. Yeah. You got to -- you got to pay attention to the color.
Nash: If you tilt the glass -- whoa!
Nash: Tilt the glass -- right on -- Take look at the color.
Nash: Up at the top, cle to the rim.
Roxy: Yeah, uh-huh.
Nash: That will tell you how mature it is. Don't forget to swirl it. Swirl it. All right. Now take your nose to the rim. Smell the fruit. It's so juicy. So ripe.
Roxy: Hey, Pluto to Nash. Pluto to Nash.
Nash: Sorry, I was just thinking about something.
Roxy: Something? Or someone?
Antonio: When was the last time I told you how beautiful you are?
Jessica: About three minutes ago.
Jessica: When was the last time I told you how much I love you?
Antonio: Oh, about two minutes ago, which is a minute and a half too long.
[Singing in spanish]
Mark: Well, let's hope she doesn't come back. She has the potential to throw a couple real rotten plums into our defense.
Spencer: What are you saying?
Mark: I'm saying that it wouldn't be such a bad thing if she were to drop dead out there.
Spencer: Let me explain something to you about my relationship with Ms. Cramer. I happen to love Blair, very, very much. You will never, ever say anything derogatory again about her, do you understand? I don't care what she says about me, or how she feels about me. I will always love her, you got it? Got it?
Michael: Blair, are you feeling better?
Blair: Yeah, I'm feeling --
Michael: No, no, no, no. Let's sit you down. Ok. I have a couple questions.
Michael: Ok? Now, did this come on suddenly? About how long has it been occurring?
Blair: It's been a while.
Michael: A while? Ok, now, would you say that this is a constant problem --
Blair: You know, Michael, you can ask me as many questions as you want -- I know what's wrong with me.
Cole: You have no reason to apologize. You didn't do anything wrong.
Starr: But my dad did.
Cole: You know, in some ways, I wish my mom never told me.
Starr: That must have been really hard for her to tell you.
Cole: Yeah, but I could handle it.
Starr: Cold she?
Cole: Hmm. I can't tell you how many times my mom has drummed into me "no means no." And look at me now, her wonderful son. And after all that she's been through. I'm sorry if I even made you feel a tiny bit of what she must have felt.
Starr: I was really scared of you. I was. I didn't tell my dad, but I thought that you were going to hit me.
Cole: See -- no, no -- see, I hate that, all right? I hate that. I hate -- I hate that I made you feel that way.
Starr: I hate that my dad made your mom feel that way. I know it's not the same thing, but I can't believe my dad could do something like that.
Todd: Hey! Get away from her!
Judge: Where is your counsel, Dr. Truman?
Spencer: Uh -- I assume he went to the restroom, your honor.
Judge: Will someone please go and see if they can find -- Mr. Casey? Mr. Casey, this court was reconvened at exactly 3:45. Now, I hope you have a good excuse, or should we just leave it to our imaginations?
Mark: Leave it, please, your honor. I'm terribly sorry.
Judge: Take a seat. Now, if it's ok with you, counselor, we'd like to get the trial moving again. Ms. Williamson.
Evangeline: Yes, your honor. The commonwealth calls dr. Eugene snyder to the stand.
Blair: I haven't been feeling very well for a while, and it -- it scares me. And I -- that's why just don't want Todd to know.
Michael: You don't want Todd to know what?
Blair: You know, I had the brain tumor a couple years ago, and they took it out. I'm just afraid it's come back.
Michael: You know what? I think that you're jumping to the worst possible conclusion.
Blair: No, I'm not. Because I can feel it. Something horrible's growing inside me.
Michael: Ok, listen to me. I think that your imagination is running a little wild. I mean, considering the circumstances, ok?
Blair: Michael --
Michael: But -- but if it will make you feel better, come into the hospital whenever you can. We'll run some tests, and we'll see what's going on with you.
Blair: Ok, ok. Ok.
Marcie: How you doing?
Blair: I'm all right.
Michael: She's fine.
Marcie: Oh. Dr. Snyder just took the stand. I thought you might want to know.
Michael: Thank you. Um -- could you just maybe keep me posted? I got -- I need to stay with her.
Marcie: Of course.
Blair: Thanks, Marcie.
Evangeline: Dr. Snyder, I'd like you to think back to the evening of Thomas Mc Bain's death.
Adriana: Ok, let's look at it this way. What would you do if a total stranger asked you to find his baby?
Rex: I'd tell him I found his baby.
Adriana: And what if a couple you never met before hired you to find their baby's birth parents?
Rex: I'd tell them I found the father, and the mother is dead. Now, how does this help me?
Adriana: Who would you tell first?
Rex: The one who hired me first --odd. But he's no stranger. And Marcie and Michael -- they're my friends.
Adriana: Well, isn't there some sort of private detective code of ethics that tells you you have to divulge the information you find?
Rex: Well, if there is, they didn't mention it in class.
Adriana: Well, you can't do nothing. You'll go crazy. Todd wants an answer, and Marcie is calling you, like, every 10 minutes.
Rex: All right, what if there was some way I could convince Todd his baby would be better off with Marcie and Michael?
Adriana: You really think Todd Manning's going to give up his son because it's the nice thing to do?
Todd: Son of a bitch.
Starr: Dad, dad! Dad, stop it!
Todd: I'll tell you what I told your mother.
Starr: Dad, I let him in! He just wanted to apologize!
Todd: You come within 50 feet of my daughter again, I'm going to kill you, you understand?
Cole: Get off of me. Get off me.
Todd: You all right?
Starr: Why did you do that?
Todd: Don't defend him.
Starr: I'm not defending him! He -- I didn't even accept his apology. How could you be so mad at him after what you did to his mom?
Nash: Just try to remember how that first taste awakens your senses. What sort of a body and texture does it have? What kind of an aftertaste does it leave in your mouth?
Roxy: Most of the swill I drink has the aftertaste of an old sock.
Nash: Yeah, well, that's the stuff from the box, right?
Roxy: Cut from the finest cardboard. Thanks for the lesson, professor.
Roxy: And now I got a good lesson for you. Move on.
Nash: I'm sorry, you've lost me.
Roxy: I mean, you can't have the person that you love. You got to just move on.
Nash: Yeah, I'm not in love with anyone.
Roxy: Hey, hey, hey, professor, it's my turn now, so if you've got a question, you're going to have to raise your hand. Hey, wait a second. I'm telling you, when you can't have the person you have, you got to find somebody new. You know, you just got to move on and find somebody that you can have.
Nash: Ok, I'll do it.
Roxy: Hey, hey I'm being serious here. Now, shut up.
Nash: Oh, I'm sorry.
Roxy: Yeah. Don't go fall in love with someone like that chick that you've been hanging out with, miss psycho-blondie.
Roxy: Yeah, because she's trouble. Big trouble, with a capital B and a capital T.
Nash: Well, I promise you, I will not fall in love with Claudia.
Roxy: I'm not kidding, professor. If you can't figure a way to get over Jessica, you're going to be heading for trouble, with a capital j -- and that don't stand for "joy."
Marcie: Nora and Evangeline said that you can go home. They'll call you back to the stand tomorrow morning.
Blair: No, I want to get this over with now.
Michael: I don't want you to push it. We'll give you a ride home.
Marcie: Yeah, I'm going to go get your purse. Ok?
Michael: Hey, listen, you'll come by the hospital tomorrow? We'll run some tests?
Blair: And prove that I'm really dying?
Michael: Blair, you're not dying.
Todd: Yes, I hurt Cole's mother. But I can't change that now, can I? I have to make sure nothing like that happens to you.
Starr: But, dad, it wasn't even that big of --
Todd: Hey, there's no "buts" here. End of story. You will never see him again.
Starr: That's impossible. You can't do that. We go to the same school.
Todd: No, I just pulled you out.
Starr: Dad, no, you can't do that!
Todd: I can do anything I want!
Starr: You can't do that to me!
Todd: Listen to me. You are never to see him again!
Starr: Cole didn't rape anybody, but you did! Can't pull me out of our school!
Next week on "One Life to Live" --
Adriana: I'm going to do this better than anything you've ever done.
Natalie: Michael, he's alive. You're looking at your brother.
Marcie: We have the greatest little guy any parents could ever want in the world.
Todd: Did you find my kid or didn't you?
Rex: Yeah, I did.
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