OLTL Transcript Wednesday 4/11/07

One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 4/11/07

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Marty: Cole, itís me. Look, I just really want to tell you that I'm sorry, ok? And I was wrong. So call me back. I love you. Hmm -- straight to voicemail again.

John: It could be worse.

Marty: Really -- how? How? You know, I fly off the handle at him, I donít give him a chance to explain anything.

John: Just give him a couple of hours to cool down.

Marty: Yeah. You know, I did everything that I tell my patients not to do with their children. I judged him before I had a chance to know the facts, I flew -- ooh. I just shot off my mouth -- huh. You know, he says that I donít know him anymore. Well, heís right. I donít have a clue as to who my son is.

Cole: You want me to be in a musical?

Marcie: Why do you look like I just asked you to wrestle an alligator?

Cole: Well, now, see, I might be tempted to try that, but a musical?

Marcie: Well, we're doing "Oklahoma!" We need a lot of guys.

Cole: "Oklahoma!" Hey, I think I saw that on cable one time. It was a guy in a cowboy shirt talking to -- or singing about what a beautiful morning it is?

Marcie: Yeah, yeah, thatís the one. So what do you say?

Cole: No offense, Mrs. McBain, but I'd rather be on the synchronized swimming team.

Britney: I think McBainís reading Cole the riot act.

Girl: And we like that, right?

Britney: Coleís going to need someone new to lean on now that Starrís dumped him. Guess thatís going to have to be me.

Carlotta: Oh.

Jessica: Sorry I'm late.

Antonio: What kept you?

Jessica: Um -- hey, sweetie. Mrs. Lewis was late.

Antonio: You had to get a sitter? What about Nash?

Jessica: He couldnít do it. Um -- so we're lucky that Mrs. Lewis could do it last-minute. Otherwise, Bree would've had to come to court with us.

Antonio: Well, hey, I'm sure Jamie would've understood.

Jessica: I know, but this is her big day, though. Itís our big day.

Carlotta: Yep. Finally, Jamie is going to have a father and a mother.

Jamie: A mommy.

Carlotta: A mami.

Antonio: In a few hours, we will all be officially a family.

Cristian: Amen.

Billy: What'll you have?

Rex: Whatever you have on draft. You're drinking the white wine, in here?

Nash: Not anymore.

Rex: Thanks. Better off with beer.

Nash: Yeah, itís ok. I'm driving.

Rex: Going far?

Nash: Far as I can get away from here.

R.J.: So my granddaughter is going to be part of the Buchanan clan now?

Dorian: Ooh, is that so terrible?

R.J.: How many times have they slandered you in one of their papers or helped put you behind bars?

Dorian: Oh, wait, wait, wait. Things have completely turned around between me and the Buchanans.

R.J.: They have you on meds? [R.J. Laughs]

Dorian: Donít do that. No, people can change and grow, even the Buchanans.

R.J.: Yeah. Yeah. Sure, they can. I mean, Jessicaís got, what -- two people in her now? Sheís just like her mother, right down to the bar-hopping hoochie alter.

Dorian: Uh, Jessica is in there now, and they told me that she is completely integrated.

R.J.: Uh-huh. Now I get it.

Dorian: Get what?

R.J.: You. Whenever you are this serene and forgiving, thereís either a new man in your life or you've got something on Viki Davidson. And this time, my friend, itís both.

Dorian: I have no idea what you're talking about.

R.J.: You did not put on that dress and come over here for me. No, no, no, no, no. You're here because you've got your hooks in Clint Buchanan.

Viki: We have to get going in a minute, ok?

Natalie: Mom, I'm sure Jess will understand if you want to stay home.

Viki: Darling, I have a headache, ok, not malaria.

Natalie: Yeah, well, you shouldnít drink -- you know, with your heart?

Viki: I know that. All I had was a few sips of champagne -- that was it. And I wonít do it again, donít worry.

Natalie: Mom, why donít you just go lie down and I'll cover you at the hearing?

Viki: Darling, I'm not going to fall apart if I see your father, if thatís what you're worried about. Yes, I was shocked when he chose Dorian -- I admit that. But I'm fine with it now, you know? It doesnít bother me in the slightest and I would just as soon not talk about it anymore, and I'm certainly not going to miss the day that Jamie becomes a part of this family.

Natalie: Did you see dad and Dorian at The Palace again?

Viki: Honey, nor am I going to become a hermit so that I donít have to run into your father.

Natalie: Why are you doing this to yourself?

Viki: Look, are you going to quit your job so that you donít have to see John?

Natalie: Hey, I thought about it.

Viki: No, you have not.

Natalie: I dread seeing John. You know, he got what he wants. And not only have I lost John, but I am back to pushing papers because I tried to protect him. So if I thought locking myself in my bedroom for a month, two months, a year, would help get rid of this pain in my heart, then, yeah, I'd -- I'd do it.

[John sighs]

John: It isnít as bad as it looks.

Marty: Hmm. How do you know? Hmm.

John: Heís a guy.

Marty: Yes, I'm aware of that.

John: Guys do stupid things at that age.

Marty: Oh. Did you?

John: I still do. Heís just -- heís missing his girlfriend, thatís all.

Marty: Is that why he came down here -- to talk to you about Starr?

John: It may have come up.

Marty: You know, I -- I donít get it. Why does he come to you, of all people, for a recommendation? I mean, do you know him personally?

John: Sort of.

Marty: You've talked to him before today?

John: Yeah, we talked.

Marty: Ah -- you know, I canít even get him to talk to me, and yet he confides in a total stranger?

John: It isnít like that.

Marty: "It isnít like that"? So he seems to trust you with his entire life, but I canít even get a "hello" out of him, so, um -- so, what is it you're doing that I'm not?

Rex: You're really leaving, for good?

Nash: Oh, yeah.

Rex: Wow.

Nash: "Wow"? What difference does it make to you?

Rex: Well, it doesnít. Itís just, you know, you have a kid.

Nash: Yeah. Well, I am kind of out of options here, so --

Rex: Why? Somebody threatening to break your legs or something?

Nash: No, I'm not in any trouble.

Rex: Well, then, why are you --

Nash: Look, I'm looking out for somebody else, all right?

Rex: You know, I took off for a while about a year ago. Some nut case was after Adriana. At the time, I thought leaving was the right thing to do.

Nash: Hmm.

Rex: Turns out I was wrong, though. Running only caused more problems than it solved. I hope your leaving doesnít do the same thing to Jessica.

Carlotta: Itís beautiful. Look Jamie -- it says your name.

Jessica: And on the back, it says your mommy and your daddyís name.

Carlotta: Your mommy in heaven.

Jessica: So you never forget her.

Jamie: Thank you.

Jessica: You're welcome, sweetie.

Antonio: Thatís really nice. You know, we have a -- a gift for you, too.

Jessica: You didnít have to do that.

Antonio: No, I didnít. Jamie and Cristian worked on it together.

Cristian: Yeah, but it was Jamieís idea. She wanted to do something special for you, and there it is.

Jessica: Wow, itís pictures of Jamie and me. This is so wonderful. I -- I donít know what to say. It -- itís the best present I've ever gotten.

[Timer sounds]

Carlotta: Ooh -- that'll be my cake. Itís ready! Itís for the celebration and -- ooh.

Antonio: The -- the bracelet was really thoughtful, honey. Thank you.

Jessica: No, no, please donít thank me. Itís fine.

Antonio: Why not? I'm going to go -- I'm going to go check on the squad. I'll be right back.

Cristian: You know, those pictures, they -- they look like a happy family. Are you happy, Jess?

Jessica: I love Antonio and our girls.

Cristian: Thatís not what I asked. Do they make you happy? Or is Nash the only one that can do that?

Viki: Darling, I understand how difficult it is going to be for you to see John on a day-to-day basis, but locking yourself away is not the answer.

Natalie: Hmm. Well, I couldnít even if I wanted to. I've wasted too much time, mom. You know, I've got to -- I got to figure out what I'm going to do with the rest of my life.

Viki: Hey -- loving someone is never a waste of time.

Natalie: Really?

Viki: Mm-hmm.

Natalie: Because I donít have much to show for it.

Viki: I know how you feel now, but think about this. Maybe you were so devoted to John that you -- you lost track of yourself in the process.

Natalie: You never did that?

Viki: Oh, sure, when I was very young -- yeah, but not for a long time, because I have so much, you know? I have you children, I have "The Banner," I have my grandchildren. I have my charity commitments and the hospital. The thing is Clint knew that I was not going to make him my only priority. Dorianís going to do that for now -- For now, till she gets bored, and then that'll be the end of that, but for now, thatís fine, you know? And heís all hers.

Natalie: I think heís making a huge mistake.

Viki: But he doesnít.

Natalie: He will, as soon as he gets his head out of the sand, because some other guy is going to come along and snap you up and -- poor dad. Huge idiotís going to be all out of luck.

Clint: Does the idiot have time for a cup of coffee?

John: All I really did was run into him at Rourkeís gym.

Marty: I mean, what was he doing there?

John: He was sparring with a guy.

Marty: He what?

John: Relax, all right? Itís over and done with.

Marty: Well -- I donít understand. Why would he do that? I mean, is he -- is he taking steroids again?

John: No, I donít think so.

Marty: Did he tell you that?

John: Yeah. Yeah, and I wouldnít let him leave until I was -- I was sure he wasnít going to go start another fight.

Marty: And you're sure he wasnít hurt?

John: Well, he got knocked around a little. He said he was trying to learn how to protect himself.

Marty: From Todd.

John: Yeah, maybe. Itís a tough way to go about it.

Marty: I wish his father were here.

John: So does he.

Marty: If it wouldnít feel like breaking a confidence, could you tell me what else I donít about my son?

John: You want to know about him? Hereís what I think.

Cole: I'm sorry, Mrs. McBain. I canít be in your musical.

Marcie: Why not?

Cole: Because I donít sing or dance and I'd feel stupid trying to learn how. Besides, I'm going out for baseball -- I mean, thatís, of course, if you write me that letter of recommendation.

Marcie: Ok. How many letters of recommendation do you have?

Cole: One.

Marcie: And how many letters of recommendation do you need?

Cole: You and one more.

Marcie: Ok.

Cole: I have to prove to the school that I can do without the steroids. The truth is if -- if I canít play, I think I'm going to go crazy. So, will you do it?

Marcie: I donít think so. In fact, I think I would rather coach synchronized swimming instead.

Starr: You know what, Britney?

Britney: No. What?

Starr: You're right. Cole does need friends right now, and who am I to say who they should be?

Britney: Oh, thatís -- thatís so --

Langston: Fair, decent? Not you?

Starr: Yeah, so if you want Cole, you can -- you can have him.

Britney: Thanks.

Starr: Donít thank me, because I'm not doing it for you. I want to be there when you do your little act for Cole, and I want to watch him shoot your mean, back-stabbing, skanky ass down.

Nash: I never said I was talking about Jessica, did I?

Rex: Is there another important person in your life?

Nash: You know, I didnít start this conversation.

Rex: Sorry.

Nash: Why donít you drink your beer and shut -- could I get the check, please? Yeah?

Rex: Who the hell am I to give anyone a lecture?

Nash: Mm-hmm.

Rex: Truth is, I should probably be the one to drop everything and leave town.

Nash: Itís not that easy.

Rex: Especially when you have a mom who stopped maturing when she was about 15 and a sister whoís going through a real hard time.

Nash: Yeah, I donít have those things.

Rex: Guess I kind of envy you a little. You can do what you need to and not worry about who you're hurting.

Jessica: I am trying to fight for my marriage and you're not helping.

Cristian: Look, itís not just my brother now, Jess -- itís also my niece. I mean, why did you put Keriís name on that bracelet instead of yours?

Jessica: Because I was trying to honor her mother, I -- let her know that I wasnít trying to replace her.

Cristian: Was that really it?

Jessica: Cristian, you have no idea what I have done to protect Antonio and Jamie.

Cristian: How is sneaking around with Nash protecting them?

Jessica: I told you I am not cheating on Antonio, and I said I would handle the situation with Nash, and I have.

Cristian: You're forgetting something, Jess -- I know you, and I know when you're lying. Now, either you're having an affair with Nash or you wish you were having one. Which one is it?

Marty: "I fully support his request to be reinstated in Llanview highís athletic program. If you have any questions, please donít hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, John McBain." Wow -- hmm. Who knew?

John: What?

Marty: I mean, you can put two words together.

John: I'm putting together a couple of words for you right now.

Marty: Thank you, John. This is a really kind thing you did for my son.

John: Yeah, well, with -- if he can hit .300, the Lions could use him.

Marty: Wait -- he wants to try out for the baseball team? No, no, no -- I thought he was done with that.

John: Well, I hope you donít have a problem with that. I mean, I already gave him the damn letter.

Marty: No, itís just -- oh. I should have known, ok? I should be the one helping him put these letters together.

John: Maybe he wants to do it himself.

Marty: Hmm. Maybe you're exactly right. Yeah. I shouldnít have asked you to break his confidence.

John: Hmm. I didnít tell you that much. I -- I donít know that much.

Marty: No, you saw that he was frustrated and angry. You know, he was so strong after his dad died and now that he needs me again, well, I just keep doing everything wrong, so, um, can you help me? I mean, can you -- huh. Can you tell me what to do next?

R.J.: So, you and Clint Buchanan? How do you make that work?

Dorian: Itís not all that improbable.

R.J.: Oh. I can see a lot of things before I can see you and Clint Buchanan.

Dorian: It is true that we've had our difficulties over the years.

R.J.: "Difficulties"? "Difficulties" -- thatís very P.C. of you.

Dorian: But there has always been, you know, an underlying chemistry that was undeniable.

R.J.: Ok. Well, just watch your back. You are on very shaky grounds.

Dorian: You know, I have to tell you something. I'm really a bit hurt.

R.J.: Why?

Dorian: Because I have had the luck to have something totally unexpected and exciting finally happen in my life, and you, my dear friend, canít even muster the enthusiasm to congratulate me.

R.J.: This is really important to you?

Dorian: Letís just say I am very happy and it would be nice if my friends could be happy for me.

R.J.: Hmm. Well, if you're happy, I am happy for you. I just donít want to see you getting hurt again.

Dorian: I wonít be.

R.J.: The Buchanans are tight, right?

Dorian: Mm-hmm.

R.J.: Now, Asa still hates you, hmm? So, what is Clint going to tell the kids when you start showing up at family gatherings?

Dorian: He'll simply make it clear to them that, you know, what existed between him and Viki is now dead and buried.

R.J.: And how is he going to do that?

Dorian: He'll explain it to them the same way he explained it to me.

Natalie: Well, I shouldnít have called you an idiot, but it -- it doesnít change the fact that I canít believe what you're doing.

Viki: The coffeeís right here in the pot. You want some, you can help yourself.

Clint: Oh, thank you. You know, as much as I'd like to be adored by my children, I realize that you do have your own opinions.

Viki: Natalie, darling, why donít you go get your things? We have to leave for the courthouse in a minute.

Natalie: Sure, mom.

Viki: Good.

Clint: She is a Buchanan to a fault -- she never pulls her punches.

Viki: Clint, what do you want -- other than coffee?

Clint: I wanted to tell you that I thought it would be a good idea if we all showed up together at the courthouse.

Viki: And I expect we will, but I'm going to drive myself.

Clint: I was also hoping to get a minute alone with you, find out how you're doing after last night.

Viki: Walking and talking, under my own steam.

Clint: Does it have to be like this?

Viki: Why? Are you uncomfortable? What would you like to do -- have your coffee and sit down at the table, have a nice old chat, and you can tell me about your lovely evening with Dorian and I'll give you all the gory details about the most embarrassing date I've ever had in my life.

Clint: Viki, come on.

Viki: Did you and Dorian have a good laugh at my expense?

Clint: No!

Viki: No?

Clint: Nobody is laughing. Viki, I'm worried about you.

Viki: Oh, donít be. You know, Clint, you're the one who came to me and said that you wanted to be more than parents. And I eventually looked into my heart and I realized that I think I wanted that, too. Well, unfortunately, you werenít serious. I can deal with that. What I'm not going to deal with is you walking in here -- without knocking -- and acting like we can be friends again, because those days are over, and that is your doing.

Jessica: You have no idea what I'm feeling.

Cristian: Why were you late? Were you with Nash?

Jessica: No!

Cristian: Jess, come on, look at you. I can see that you're hurting. Just level with me, please.

Jessica: Cristian, there is no affair. There never has been an affair and thereís not going to be an affair. I told Nash that itís not working, that he is hurting me and my family, and I told him this over and over and over again until he finally got it. Heís leaving Llanview. Now will you leave me alone?

Rex: You got any ideas where you're headed?

Nash: No. I was just going to get in my car and drive, but then I decided to stop in here to say goodbye to this lovely town and have a drink. Fantastic wine -- reminded me of how much I miss the wine country, California. Maybe I'll go back there.

Rex: When'd you decide to leave?

Nash: Today.

Rex: You got packed that fast?

Nash: Oh, I didnít pack. I just pulled the door shut on my cottage and got in my car to drive.

Rex: Hmm. Are you -- are you sure you've thought this through?

Nash: Oh, I'm thinking clearly. Sitting around here waiting for something to happen that was never going to happen -- that was clouded thinking.

Rex: Is that what Jessica said?

Nash: No, itís what I know.

Rex: All right, what about the baby?

Nash: "What about the baby?" Babyís got two parents. Third one will just confuse her.

Rex: Shouldnít she have a say in that?

Nash: She'll be better off.

Rex: My mom decided that about me once.

Nash: Well, you turned out ok, didnít you?

Rex: Well, all the time she was out of my life, I kept thinking about her and her wanting to come back to me.

Nash: Well, Bree, as sheís now called, is just a baby -- besides which, itís not forever. I'll be back.

Rex: Breeís still going to miss you.

Nash: You know, the way it is now, I woke up this morning trying to think of when I could have my first glass of wine to take away some of this pain. I am well on my way to becoming the embarrassing, drunken biological daddy. I'm thinking of myself first because nobody else is going to do that for me. Itís the only way I know how to take care of her.

Jessica: Donít know what to say, do you?

Cristian: I didnít expect Nash to leave. But I canít say I'm not happy about that, Jess. I'm really sorry I put so much pressure on you. You know how I feel about you.

Jessica: I do. And I know how much you care about your brother, but, Cristian, itís over, ok? Let it go.

Carlotta: The cake is frosted.

Antonio: Time to go to court.

Jessica: Ready to go, pumpkin?

Jamie: Your eyes look funny.

Jessica: Well, I just -- when I saw you, I was so happy, I started to cry.

Antonio: We are finally going to be a family.

Clint: I wish we --

Viki: No, thank you.

Clint: Wish we had time to talk this out. I can see how upset you are.

Viki: Donít patronize me. I'm just very angry, and I'm not overreacting.

Clint: You're making me sound like I'm some --

Viki: Like a jerk.

Clint: Something like that, yeah.

Viki: You know, Clint, I had a very good life going. And then you came to me and you said that life could be more of an adventure and that you wanted me to be a part of it.

Clint: Yeah, I remember.

Viki: And I began to see what you were talking about. Well, it took me some time, I admit that. But I started to see it, and I got really excited. I just wish you had told me you made the same pitch to Dorian.

Clint: I didnít! I didnít, but ultimately, thatís what we're -- thatís what this is all about, isnít it? Dorian.

Viki: Why donít you stop telling me how I'm feeling?

Clint: Viki, I never meant --

Viki: Thatís patronizing.

Clint: To hurt you. I just wanted to find out --

Viki: You know what? I donít care! I just donít care anymore. I think you should go.

Clint: Do you think we could at least pretend to be cordial at the courthouse? I donít want to ruin Jessicaís day.

Viki: I guess you donít know me quite as well as you think you do if you even have to ask that question. My whole life has been about good manners. Probably the only decent thing my father gave me. Oh, and the next time you want to drop by, do call first.

Clint: Whatever -- whatever you want.

John: Ok, letís clear one thing up. I donít know one thing about parenting, and I donít want to know, all right? All I got is what I saw my mom do.

Marty: She must have been a good mom.

John: Yeah. She did the best she could. Mike and I didnít make it easy on her.

Marty: Yeah, well, you guys turned out pretty well.

John: Yeah. Look, if itís any consolation, the lesson is I donít think she always knew she was doing the right thing.

Marty: Yeah. Oh, itís so much easier when they're little, because they just think you are perfect.

John: Coleís going to be ok.

Marty: Yeah?

John: Yeah. And itís going to be because of you.

Cole: Are you blackmailing me?

Marcie: Me? Never.

Cole: Listen, please, Mrs. McBain, I need at least one recommendation from a faculty member, and some already said no.

Marcie: Well, then you should have thought about that before you came to me last. All I need you to do is to show up. You sing a few bars, and then, I guarantee you, you will be on that baseball field.

Cole: I have to sing in front of people?

Marcie: Well, come on! "Oklahoma!" Has some of the greatest songs of all time. Hello? The title song?

Cole: I believe you.

Marcie: Well? So? Come on, what do you say?

Starr: You played your big trick, Britney. Itís all over.

Boy: Britney, you wanted to borrow my algebra notes?

Britney: Ok, Henry, I'm busy.

Starr: Your big plan isnít going to work, because Cole hates you, just like everybody else at this school.

Henry: I donít know if I'd go that far.

Langston: Stay out of this, Henry.

Henry: No. Britneyís my friend.

Langston: She is not your friend.

Starr: You got to know that sheís using you.

Britney: No, you know what? They're right. Listen to Starr. Be her friend. Maybe if you're lucky, she'll introduce you to her daddy the rapist.

Britney: You are going to be so sorry.

Henry: Are you all right, Britney?

Girl: You are so dead.

Marcie: Well, I guess everybodyís waiting for the signup sheet for "Oklahoma!" Right?

Langston: Catch you guys later. Come on, Starr.

Marcie: So, what about you, Britney?

Britney: As if.

Marcie: Well, Cole is auditioning. Arenít you, Cole?

Britney: Cole -- I didnít know you were a theater geek.

Cole: Neither did I.

Henry: Do you need to go to the nurseís office, Britney?

Britney: No, I wouldnít give Starr the satisfaction.

Henry: Well, we have to go to the library to work on our history project. We're already behind.

Britney: Oh, do you think you could work on it alone, just for tonight? You know, I'll catch up with you tomorrow.

Henry: But you said that after class, we'd --

Britney: I know, but, Henry, I really need to learn my song for the big audition.

Langston: So where did the new Starr come from?

Starr: I'm just so sick of Britney, and I have nothing left to lose. Could we just get out of here so that I donít see Cole again?

Langston: Yeah. Too late.

Nash: Life is too short to drink wine this cheap.

Rex: Whoís going to watch your cottage and vineyard if you leave town?

Nash: Wow, you know all about me, donít you?

Rex: I hear things.

Nash: Oh. You want to take care of it?

Rex: Uh -- growing things need nurturing. I canít even keep a pet rock alive.

Nash: Well, Antonio will probably do it.

Rex: Why him?

Nash: Because he bankrolled it.

Rex: No kidding?

Nash: Mm-hmm.

Rex: So if you leave town, Antonio gets your girl, your baby, and your grapes.

Nash: That about sums it up.

Rex: So what does it feel like everything?

Dorian: There they are. Now, you know what to do.

R.J.: Hey! Thereís my little girl. [R.J. Laughs] You are looking very pretty today.

Antonio: Hello, R.J.

R.J.: She looks more like Keri every day.

Jessica: Yes, she does.

R.J.: Keri would be happy that Jamieís going to have a woman in the house, someone she can turn to.

Jessica: I hope so.

R.J.: As for you -- Keri would understand. She would not want her little girl to go through life without a mother. I can understand that, too.

Antonio: Thank you, R.J.

R.J.: And you better take very good care of our little girl.

Dorian: Oh, Clint.

Clint: Oh. I didnít expect to see you here.

Dorian: Oh. Well, I wouldnít want to miss it. I -- the Vegas -- I mean, I -- I've always been so very close to that family. And Antonio and Cristian and Carlotta -- oh, I practically feel like Jamie is my grandchild.

Clint: Yeah. So do I.

Dorian: Well, tell you what. Why donít we sit down and celebrate? And --

Viki: Excuse me.

Dorian: Oh, Viki?

Viki: What?

Dorian: I just wanted to say congratulations.

Viki: Yeah, right.

Jessica: Hi.

Antonio: Hi. A little jumpy?

Jessica: I was just, um, looking at this.

Antonio: Yeah, I told Cristian he should make one of the entire family. The Vegas, Buchanans, R.J., and Nash.

Jessica: Why him?

Antonio: Well, heís a fact of our lives. I was a little afraid of actually bringing all these different elements together, but it looks like itís going to work out just fine, right? You ready?

Jessica: Are you kidding? I havenít been able to think of anything else for days. I was pretty nervous, apprehensive.

Girl: Does your face hurt?

Britney: No. Starr hits like a girl.

Girl: Do you want to work on our history project?

Britney: No. I'm going to have Henry do all the heavy lifting on mine. So hopefully, by tomorrow, I'll be in the spring musical, and I'll get to spend all of my nights with Cole.

Girl: Hello? The school show only runs two weekends.

Britney: Whatever.

Cole: Hey.

Starr: Hey.

Langston: I'm going to pretend I left something in Mrs. McBainís room.

Cole: You ok?

Starr: Yeah, I'm great.

Cole: It looked like you were getting into it with Britney.

Starr: Yeah, but itís fine. I handled it. I got to go.

Marcie: Langston, there are all these great numbers for Laurie and her friends.

Langston: You lost me when you said "dream ballet."

Marcie: Fine, your loss. I -- I see Cole and Britney have already signed up to audition.

Langston: Seriously?

Marcie: Well, see for yourself.

Langston: I guess I could use another activity on my college application.

Marcie: I think thatís a good thought. I'll see you at the auditions.

Marty: Thanks for listening to me.

John: No problem. Slow day.

Marty: You're on your way out?

John: Uh-huh, yeah.

Marty: Thanks for what you did for Cole. So, how about I buy you a beer?

John: Well, I never met a beer I didnít like.

Nash: Have a good life.

Rex: You're really going?

Nash: Thatís what I said.

Rex: I must be losing my touch.

Nash: Sorry -- Rex, why do you care so much what I do, huh?

Rex: I donít. I care about that little baby growing up, wondering why her daddy didnít love her enough to stick around.

Nash: Nice talking to you.

Rex: Drive carefully, man. I hear itís going to storm like hell.

Judge: As you know, we're here to formalize the adoption of the minor child, Jamie Vega, by her stepmother, Jessica Buchanan Vega. Itís always a happy occasion when somebody makes a commitment to the life of a child. Adoption is one of the most sacred foundations of the family court. Antonio and Jessica, please rise. I have spoken to Antonio and Jessica, read the adoption petition, and found it to be satisfactorily completed. All thatís left is for Jessica to declare her intention. Mrs. Vega, is it your desire to adopt Jamie Vega? Mrs. Vega, did you hear me? Is it your desire to adopt Jamie Vega?

Jessica: No, I'm -- I'm sorry.

Antonio: Jess?

Jessica: I canít do this.

On the next "One Life to Live" --

Marty: How are you doing without Natalie?

Nash: Oh, Jessica, why did you give up so easily?

Carlotta: Do you know what this is about?

Antonio: Jess, are we a family, or arenít we?

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