One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 5/10/07
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Bo: Whatís the situation outside with the media?
John: Well, we've got them corralled just off school property.
Bo: Good, good. Letís keep it that way, ok, because the last thing these kids need is to have a microphone shoved in their faces.
John: Nothing would make me happier than kicking a little tabloid ass this morning. Be back.
Marty: John, hey.
Marty: Look, thereís a whole bunch of press, I'm sure you know, thatís outside and the kids are just starting to pull there any way we can keep them from having to deal with all that?
John: I was just on my way to do that. Howís Cole doing?
Marty: Um -- we had a good talk last night and heís in shock but doing as well as can be expected.
John: Great. Let me know if he needs an ear.
Marty: Thanks. I'll tell him.
John: All right.
Langston: Starr, wait up. Oh, coffee -- perfect.
Starr: Are you kidding me? Give it back!
Starr: No, I'm sorry. Whereís yours?
Langston: I finished it. I didnít sleep till, like, 5:00 and then I had to wake up two hours later.
Starr: Yeah, well, I only got, like, 15 minutes of sleep.
Langston: How are you feeling? Are you hurt?
Starr: My head still hurts and my shoulder from the seat belt.
Langston: Thank God you were wearing it.
Starr: You know whatís weird -- I never really noticed Henry all the time, but in the mornings, I would see him at the bike rack sometimes.
Langston: Yeah, I know. His bikeís still out there -- from when he rode it to school yesterday. He seemed so alone.
Adriana: Up -- letís go.
Rex: Whatís for breakfast?
Adriana: How about a can of get the hell out of my apartment?
Adriana: Get off my couch and get out of my apartment.
Rex: Ok. You're still pissed, but can we talk?
Adriana: No. Talking is what we should've done before you decided to go on television and out the public face of my company.
Rex: Huh. So, I guess you donít buy the whole "no such thing as bad P.R." Philosophy?
Carlotta: Jamieís been feeling better.
Antonio: Mami, all she wants to do is help Jessica. She just wants to sit by her bed the same way Jessica did with her. When I explained to her that she canít do that, she wants to go home and help with Bree. Now, how do I tell Jamie that I have no idea if Breeís ever coming home again?
Roxy: Oh, Scorpio. Ok, Scorpio -- "bring pressure on those who have the power to help you climb up the ladder." Hey, thatís good advice.
Nash: Here you go. Here we go. Here we go. Hello.
Roxy: Hey, Nash-a-licious. Howís it hanging, baby?
Nash: Thatís a little personal. There you go.
Roxy: Yeah, not nearly personal enough. So?
Nash: So, thank you very much for letting us crash here last night.
Roxy: Hey, no problem.
Nash: It was nice to be so close to the hospital.
Marcie: Hey. Howís Jessica doing?
Nash: Uh -- there -- they -- they still got to run some tests, but I think sheís going to be ok.
Marcie: Oh, thatís good to hear.
Roxy: Ok, itís time to take a load off. And donít you worry, because your mommyís a tough cookie. But your daddy -- well, he looks like he went through 10 rounds of the rope-a-dope.
Nash: Letís not go there, Roxy -- itís screwy.
Roxy: Well, as the once secretly married Janet Jackson once said -- Roxy and
Marcie: Thatís the way love goes
Viki: How you feeling?
Jessica: Ooh, like I could sleep for a hundred years.
Viki: Well, can you stay awake just for a minute? Somebody would very much like to see you. Clint?
Bo: Ah -- morning, Marty.
Marty: Hey, Bo. You ready for this?
Bo: Yeah, yeah, although after hearing Britney Jennings' parents on the phone, I think we'd better seal the principal into his office with bricks.
Marty: Wow. Well, thatís one way to deal with it -- not the healthiest for their child. You know, maybe I can get a moment to talk to them before the meeting and just kind of see where they stand.
Bo: Good, good. And I want you to know that Blair took off for Chicago again, so Dorian will be filling in for her.
Marty: Huh. Canít say I'm disappointed, but, I mean, Starr really needs her -- her mom here.
Bo: I know. Poor kid -- sheís missing both of her parents. I hope Blair knows what sheís doing because Manning has a tendency to get himself into dicey situations.
Marty: Well, I'm not Starrís favorite person, but, you know, I'll do what I can for her.
Bo: Ok. What about you, Marty? Now, I know and I appreciate you offering grief counseling to the students and everything, but you're not a -- a disinterested party here. Cole was in that car, too.
Marty: I know, and you're right. I just -- work is kind of how I like to cope with things and thereís an excuse for me to keep an eye on Cole. You know, to be honest, I donít want to ever let him out of my sight again.
Cole: Hey. Howís everything going?
Britney: Well, Henryís dead, you and Starr almost got killed, and the entire school thinks I'm some evil little bitch who drove Henry to drive into a tree. Everythingís spectacular -- how are you?
Natalie: Hey, mom. Is Jess ok?
Viki: Sheís very tired, thatís all. Clintís with her.
Natalie: Oh. Well, I guess I'll give them a minute, then.
Viki: Yeah, I'm going to see if I can find her doctors.
Natalie: Actually, you donít need to. I -- I checked already and Michaelís about to start rounds. Heís going to make this his first stop.
Viki: Ok. Well, then I'll -- I'll go see if Starrís all right.
Natalie: Are you avoiding me?
Viki: Am I avoiding you? No. Why -- why would you say that?
Natalie: You know, there was an upside to me not growing up with you, which is that I got to know you as a friend first. So if you need to talk as a friend, I'm up for it.
Antonio: Am I being tested?
Carlotta: We're all being tested, mijo -- all the time. Thatís what life is.
Antonio: Yeah. But right now, itís really mixed up.
Carlotta: Thatís when you pray, ask for guidance. God speaks to us through our conscience -- a still, small voice -- but we donít always listen.
Antonio: I try.
Carlotta: Oh, I know. I know -- you've always been brave. But now, your strength has to come from patience, too.
Roxy: "A gay baseball player comes out" -- what next?
Marcie: I donít know why you read that stuff, Roxy. Itís not entertainment.
Roxy: Damn is. I think a gay wrestler should come out. Hmm. Oh, man, that would be so hot.
Marcie: Oh, please, pretend like you didnít hear that. Is she always this happy? Sheís great.
Nash: Yes, not a care in the world.
Marcie: Well, thatís because we do all the worrying for them, right? I mean, Michael and I obsess over Tommy. This morning, Rox, I almost didnít let the sitter leave with him.
Roxy: Yeah, well, I can identify with that because when Nattie was little, I used to stuff her in a backpack and, you know, I used to take her to the casino when I was playing the slots and everything because most of the sitters were also there. Man.
Roxy: Hey, that is some mighty bling you got there.
Marcie: Oh, you're right!
Roxy: Where'd you get that?
Marcie: Oh -- Tommy and Michael gave it to me for Motherís Day.
Nash: Motherís Day?
Nash: When -- whenís that?
Marcie: Sunday. Itís Sunday. You know, you better remind your daddy to get your mommy something very special.
Jessica: So what do you think? You think this color yellow suits me?
Clint: You're always beautiful to me.
Jessica: Oh, and you're prejudiced.
Clint: No, no, no, no, itís true.
Jessica: I assume mom has filled you in with whatís going on.
Jessica: And -- look, I know the two of you arenít going to get back together, but I just need you to do me a favor -- look out for her, ok?
Clint: You never have to worry about that. And you shouldnít be concerned about this, either, because you can beat it with one arm tied behind your back.
Jessica: Hmm. They donít know how bad it is yet.
Clint: Oh, yeah. Before you know it, you're going to be up and riding with me again.
Jessica: Oh -- riding. We havenít gone on one of our late-nighters since --
Clint: Uh -- since you were a teenager, I think, but I plan on changing all that.
Jessica: I'm not a little girl anymore.
Clint: Are you -- you telling me that you're too lazy to saddle up?
Jessica: I have Hepatitis C. Little girls donít get that, at least not on their own.
Clint: Sweetheart --
Jessica: No, dad, I did this. I did this. I made a really big mistake and now my daughter might be paying for it.
Clint: Listen. Your mother and I are here for you and we're going to get through this.
Jessica: No, we -- we canít get through anything -- well, not until I own up to what I did. I need -- I need to let you guys know how I got infected.
Carlotta: Take this time to consider the worst -- and then lay it down. Go to Jessica and Jamie and Bree without the fear in your face.
Antonio: Will that be enough?
Carlotta: Perfect love casts away all fear. Your love and your faith are everything that you have, Antonio. And itís all that they need.
Antonio: Thank you, mami. I needed that. I'm going to go to the hospital.
Carlotta: Yeah. You give Jessica my love, ok?
Antonio: I will.
Carlotta: And you -- eat.
Carlotta: Dios te bendiga.
Tate: Oh, thank God you're here. I need you -- bad.
Rex: Itís the 21st century!
Adriana: I know what stupid century it is, Rex!
Rex: An out-and-proud lesbian just hosted the Oscars.
Adriana: Donít even try to pretend like you were advancing gay pride. You outed Tate to hurt him.
Rex: Oh -- ok, but he started it.
Adriana: Oh. I canít believe you. You exposed something personal about someone on television, something that may not even be true.
Rex: Gee, I wonder where I got the idea to do that?
Adriana: Oh, I see. So since Tate went on "The View" and said he loved me, that gives you the right to spread rumors about his sexuality?
Rex: First of all, it was local TV.
Adriana: Which was picked up and shown all over the country.
Rex: Second -- why is it ok for Tate to go on TV and lie about our private lives and for you to keep lying about it so that your company can profit, but I'm Mr. Horrible if I give as good as I get?
Adriana: Wow. So you were mad at me?
Rex: I was mad at him.
Adriana: Rex, we both have gay friends. How could you do something so insulting and heartless?
Rex: I should have thought it through.
Adriana: Yeah --
Rex: I was just --
Tate: Adriana, itís me.
Adriana: Hi, Tate.
Tate: Look, the mediaís all over me.
Adriana: Yeah, me, too. I've stopped checking my messages.
Tate: Look, I know you're swamped, but I -- if you could just spare a few minutes, I want you to hear the truth from me.
Adriana: Absolutely. I'll come to you. I canít wait.
Cole: Britney, you didnít make him take those pills.
Britney: I kind of did. He was doing my papers, as well as his own.
Cole: Well, he didnít have to.
Britney: Oh, come on, Cole. You know as well as I do that he was totally in love with me and I took full advantage of that. I mean, maybe you're right -- I didnít force him to take the dexies and I certainly didnít make him drive the car off the road, but -- I donít know. I didnít know he was so hostile.
Cole: Yeah, well, he wasnít before. All right, just like before I started using drugs, I never would've gotten rough with Starr. Thatís why her parents hate me.
Britney: From what I've heard, they hate a lot of people and the feeling is mutual.
Cole: Britney, donít do that.
Cole: I'm trying to have a normal conversation with you and you're acting like a bitch. All right, I messed up just like Henry did, only I didnít get myself killed. But I could've hurt somebody and I almost hurt Starr, and I have to take full responsibility of that. I'm the only one that can make this right.
Britney: So is this your way of telling me what happened with Henry was my fault?
Cole: No. You didnít know he was going to snap like that. But, come on, letís get real. And, you were cruel to him. You treated him like dirt. Wake up -- you're not innocent. Well, I'll see you in there.
Marty: Hey, sweetie pie.
Bo: You two holding up ok?
Britney: Oh, we're great. I used to be the popular cheerleader, and now I'm the evil slut who killed Henry.
Dorian: Starr, honey, are you all right?
Starr: Yeah, we were just talking about Henry.
Langston: Hey, dr. Lord.
Dorian: Oh, hello --
Dorian: Langston, yes. Henry -- that is such a tragedy. Oh -- but you know, thank heavens that he didnít take you with him because your mother couldnít have lived through it.
Langston: Where is your mother?
Starr: Oh, she went Chicago to help find my dad. I told her that he needed her help more than I do.
Dorian: Hmm. That is debatable.
Langston: I'll hang with her.
Dorian: Thank you, Langston. And I'm going to hang with you and your B.F.F. because you have just got to get through this day somehow -- speaking of which, your mother left me in full charge of you. You didnít eat the breakfast I made you.
Starr: Thatís because I'm not hungry.
Dorian: Well, you've got to eat something. You've been through a terrible trauma. You need your strength.
Starr: Yeah, well, right now, we're going to be late for grief counseling, which I cannot wait to go to.
Dorian: Sheís exactly like her father. No, when sheís in pain --
Langston: She just gets funny -- I know. We both do. I'll get her to eat something.
Dorian: Thank you.
Langston: You're welcome.
Starr: You know, I heard that whole thing. Are you two coming or not?
Dorian: Yes, we'll be there.
Viki: You really are something else. You, sweetheart, but, no -- we have to concentrate on Jess.
Natalie: Mom, no oneís forgetting Jessica, but this is affecting all of us. Itís perfectly ok for you to react.
Viki: No. Thatís just it -- itís not. Itís not ok. Jessie needs us now. She needs to know that we believe sheís going to be ok.
Natalie: Ok, but do you know that?
Viki: I do, absolutely. Yeah.
Natalie: Then what has got you so scritchy, mom? Somethingís obviously bothering you.
Natalie: Mom? It is not a sign of weakness or a lack of faith in Jessica to be scared.
Viki: I'm not scared. I'm so angry.
Natalie: At who -- Nash? At Jess?
Viki: No -- at myself, for not breaking this hellish cycle. Jessicaís problems all come from me. I put that child in this hospital.
Natalie: Mom, no, it is not your fault.
Viki: Honey, Jessica didnít get Hepatitis C. Tess got Hepatitis C.
Clint: Honey, you donít have to get into all these issues right now.
Jessica: I'm making you uncomfortable?
Clint: No, no, no, no. I'll listen to anything that you have to say. I just donít want you to feel the obligation to confess, to me or to anybody else. You donít owe anybody an explanation.
Jessica: Well, I have a potentially fatal disease that I may or may not have given to my daughter. I -- I have to own up to it. I -- I canít fight it anymore, Dad. This denial thing is exhausting.
Clint: Oh. You've made up your mind, havenít you?
Jessica: Itís not a conversation I want to keep on having.
Clint: No. All right. Um -- Antonio should be here soon and I can go round up your mother and your sister.
Jessica: One more thing.
Jessica: Have Nash here, too?
Viki: If I had been half the mother I should've been, none of this would have happened.
Natalie: Mom, you didnít know --
Viki: Yes, I did. Yes, I did. I knew I was losing time. I never said a word to anybody.
Natalie: You were scared.
Viki: Yes, I was scared. I was really scared that I was sick again, I was scared that Niki was coming back. And so instead of saying something, I kept my mouth shut and I allowed Niki to take little Jessica with her and wherever the hell else she went. And as a result, Jessie was raped.
Natalie: Oh, Mama, donít do this to yourself.
Viki: If only I'd told Clint --
Natalie: Listen -- Jessicaís integrated now. Tess is never coming back.
Viki: No, no, I know. But the damage is done. Tess left a hell of a going-away present, didnít she? Hepatitis C. And I'm the cause. I have left Jessica with an illness that sheís going to have to struggle with for the rest of her life, assuming it doesnít -- I canít lose another child.
Natalie: Oh. You know, mom, if there was no Tess, then there would be no Bree, and I know that Jessica wouldnít change a thing if that meant losing her little girl.
Viki: She may still.
Natalie: No. No, she wonít because we wonít let her.
Clint: Are you sure that itís a good idea for Nash to be here?
Jessica: He needs to hear from me why our daughter might be in trouble.
Clint: Yeah, understood.
Jessica: Ok. Um -- I know I -- I keep on saying "one more thing," but I swear itís the last thing, ok?
Clint: Yeah. Name it.
Jessica: Ok. I -- I need someone to be in Nashís court. Hey. Everybody thinks that he hurts me, but itís -- itís not true, dad. And I really need him to be here, ok, and I just donít want him to feel like he has to --
Clint: Yeah, like heís fighting to get in.
Jessica: I donít want to ask you to take sides.
Clint: Listen. I'm on your side. Whatever you want, you're going to get.
Jessica: Thank you.
Marcie: Good seeing you.
Michael: So I was thinking, you know, that we should probably --
Nash: Um -- excuse me.
Nash: Hey -- oh! Exactly. Hello? Clint, hi. Welcome back.
Clint: Yeah, well, itís good to be back, and not a moment too soon.
Nash: Yeah. So I guess you're up to speed, huh?
Clint: Yeah, I'm at the hospital, and there is someone here who wants to speak with you.
Jessica: Hey, Nash.
Nash: Hey. You doing ok?
Jessica: I'm fine. I'm just really, really tired.
Nash: Yeah. Well, I think thereís somebody here who would like to say hi.
Jessica: Hey, sweetie, itís mommy. I love you so much and I can hardly wait to see you.
Nash: All right.
Jessica: Um -- I need to see you. Where are you?
Nash: Uh -- we are at the Angel Square Hotel. We stayed here last night so we could be close to the hospital. Michaelís here. He said we should have the test results soon.
Jessica: Remember what I told you -- at Capricorn the night of the fire?
Nash: Yeah. You said that you loved me.
Jessica: Yeah, well, I'm telling you now.
Nash: Same here. I'll see you soon.
Tate: Whatís he doing here?
Adriana: I couldnít shake him.
Rex: Heard you were going to come clean. Had to witness it.
Tate: Yeah? Did you bring a camera crew?
Rex: Did you? I know how much you love the well-placed photo op.
Tate: You care at all what a mess you've made out of my life?
Rex: No, not really.
Tate: Every event signing I have is on hold as of now. My WVL station manager wants to fire me because of the morals clause in my contract.
Adriana: What? I canít believe that. That canít be legal.
Rex: Wait -- they're down with you flaunting your naked body to the public, but have a problem with who you flaunt it with in private? Now, thatís homophobic.
Paula: Is it homophobic if heís not gay?
Tate: Finally. Adriana, this is my ex-wife, Paula.
Clint: Dorian, itís Clint.
Dorian: Clint. Are you back?
Clint: I am and I'm just calling to see how you're doing.
Dorian: I'm actually at Starrís school right now, helping to pick up the pieces.
Clint: And how is Starr doing?
Dorian: The young man who was driving the car -- he died, you know? And they have scheduled grief counseling for the students and their parents.
Clint: Listen, I'd like to see you, but I'm at the hospital now.
Dorian: With Jamie?
Clint: Jessica, actually. Sheís having some tests being done and I just want to stick around while we get the results.
Dorian: I hope sheís all right, Clint, and -- and you call me if you need anything.
Clint: Hey, you're giving me everything I need right now.
Dorian: I'd like to give you a lot more.
Clint: You're bad -- stop it. I'll call you later.
Antonio: We'll all here, honey. You can go ahead now.
Jessica: No, we're still waiting for one more.
Paula: So you're Adriana Cramer? You looked taller on TV.
Adriana: Whatís going on, Tate?
Paula: You donít know the calvary when you see it? Tate had a problem he couldnít fix with a baseball bat.
Tate: Ok, Paula, thanks a lot.
Paula: I could see why he thought I was his beard, but you should have just asked.
Tate: I asked Paula to come down here --
Paula: More like pleaded and harangued.
Tate: So she could set the record straight.
Paula: That he is -- straight.
Rex: Prove it.
Tate: Excuse me?
Rex: Prove you're not gay.
Mrs. Jennings: Dr. Lord, so nice to see you.
Blake: The Jennings. We met you at the fundraiser for the new hospital wing.
Dorian: Oh, yes, of course. I didnít realize you had a teenager. Hello.
Britney: Hi, Mrs. -- Dr. Lord.
Blake: We're lucky we still have a child at all after the way the school and the police bungled yesterdayís incident.
Britney: Can we please not do this now?
Mrs. Jennings: Be quiet. Your father is talking.
Starr: Um -- aunt Dorian, me and Langston are going -- are going to go inside now, ok?
Dorian: Well, sure. Go right ahead. I'll be in in a minute. Oh, when I think we almost lost them Ė
Blake: We're putting together a lawsuit. We're going to sue the school for everything itís got, and your name would be just the thing we need to boost our cause.
Dorian: Call me old-fashioned, but I think the board of education needs its money to educate the children, instead of lining the pockets of disgruntled parents.
Britney: Can we please go inside now?
Blake: Britney, quit whining.
Marty: How are you doing, Starr? Langston?
Langston: I'm fine. Starrís the one that was in the car.
Dorian: Excuse me. Are you the grief counselor that the school is providing?
Dorian: Thank heaven for that. I didnít even want Starr to come to school today.
Starr: What was I supposed to do, stay at home and remember what it was like being smashed into a tree? No, thank you.
Marcie: Excuse me. May I say something?
Marty: Of course, Marcie.
Marcie: I wanted to apologize to all of you. I should've paid more attention to what was going on with Henry. I'm his teacher, and I should have seen something. I -- I blame myself for what happened.
Marty: No. Marcie, from what I've heard from Cole and the others, look, Henry flew under a lot of peopleís radar.
Marcie: I was Henry. I was that outcast that desperately wanted to fit in. I smiled all the time. I got the straight as. And most of the time, I was absolutely miserable.
Dorian: Schools should be the first line of defense in cases like this.
Starr: Aunt Dorian, thatís not fair. Mrs. McBain couldnít have known that Henry was crazy. None of us did. Maybe Britney, but he showed his best side to all of us.
Cole: The kid didnít sleep for two weeks. We're all guilty.
Marty: No, sweetie, you are not. Look, if thereís one thing I want all of you to get out of today, itís that no one person is responsible for Henryís death. It was a tragic accident.
Langston: "Henryís death" -- it sounds so final. I -- and I guess it sort of is. Canít get more -- done. Wasnít your novel about something like this?
Marcie: Yeah, it was. It was about kids not fitting in. You know, I mean, I wrote it because thatís how I felt when I was in high school. Back then, like Henry, I -- I didnít really talk very much, so writing helped, you know?
Cole: You know, I was thinking a lot about you last night.
Starr: I was thinking a lot about you, too.
Clint: Look, Jessica asked that Nash be here. We need to respect that decision.
Jessica: What I have to say concerns Nash as much as anybody else. Can I --
Nash: Hereís your mommy.
Jessica: Hi, sweetie.
Nash: Itís your mommy. Say hi.
Nash: Michael should be here soon with the test results.
Jessica: Oh. Thatís a phrase I'd kill to never here again.
Antonio: I know, sweetheart. Waitingís the worst.
Jessica: Well, I wish what I had to tell you could make this wait a little easier, but --
Viki: Darling, you donít really have to say anything, you know.
Jessica: No, I -- I do. I need to -- I need to say it out loud. I need you to know why I'm sick, and -- oh -- this is harder than I thought it was going to be. Hey, sweetie. Mommyís so sorry that she hurt you. The reason that we're all here is because Tess -- because I used heroin.
Tate: Prove I'm not gay?
Rex: A convincing kiss ought to do it.
Paula: What do I look like, a hooker?
Adriana: Rex, enough, ok? You need to quit while you're decidedly behind.
Tate: Look, Adriana, I -- I donít care what Rex has going on in that deluded little pea brain of his.
Rex: Pea brain in your -- in your head.
Tate: But I do care about you, ok? And I asked Paula to come down here on her -- on her own accord. I didnít bribe her or blackmail her. I asked her here because it matters to me if my name has been used to hurt your company.
Adriana: Look, Tate, you donít need to convince me of anything. I want to fix this as much as you do.
Tate: Good. So whatís the next step?
Adriana: Well, I donít think thereís anything that we can do.
Paula: If you want, I'll sign a statement saying I didnít divorce you because you're gay. Because as far as I know, you're not.
Rex: What do you want me to do?
Adriana: Take it all back.
Cole: You want to sneak out of here and talk?
Starr: Are you deaf? Was I speaking Martian?
Cole: Whoa --
Starr: I told you before that every time I talk to you, I end up obsessing over you for hours. I need to get over you, Cole. What more do I have to say?
Cole: This whole act is crap, and you know it.
Starr: You almost died yesterday.
Cole: So did you.
Starr: If you would have gotten hurt, I would have -- it would have killed me.
Cole: Back at you. And?
Starr: Our mothers freaked out at each other yesterday.
Starr: If they canít be civil to each other after their two children almost died, then --
Cole: Then thatís their problem.
Starr: No, itís ours. Look, Cole, your mom could send you away to military school if my dad doesnít kill you first.
Cole: I'm so sick and tired of you saying that.
Starr: You think that I'm not?
Cole: You're the only person in this stupid town I care about, and you wonít talk to me. To what? Protect me?
Cole: Bull. I love you. The only person I see you protecting is you.
Nash: I left Bren -- Br -- Bree with the nurse.
Jessica: Well -- I guess as far as stupid Tess decisions go, this one ranks the highest. I was bombed. I didnít know what his name was. I didnít care, because I was there to hook up. He took off his belt. But when I turned around, it was wrapped around his arm. I think it was the first time that Tess truly but the shock was short-lived. In seconds, he just stopped caring, and nothing mattered. It looked so good. And Tess lived for feeling good. It was the worst decision she ever made. She only did it that once, because she -- she craved it, she loved it. But she knew that becoming an addict or a junkie would have just been throwing her life away. So she managed to avoid ever using it again. Another one of Tess' mixed blessings, I guess, you know? She avoids addiction, but she ends up with a life-threatening disease. I'm so sorry.
Rex: Do you really think a retraction would help exposed?
Adriana: A retraction plus a public apology to us and the gay community at large. Maybe that will show that the only thing my company believes in exposing is underwear -- not peopleís private lives.
Rex: I hear you. I just want to know one thing. If Tateís not gay, why'd you get divorced?
Marcie: Time for first period.
Langston: I know.
Marcie: You know, you donít have to go right away if you donít want to. I can write you a pass so you can sit her a while.
Langston: I knew.
Marcie: About what, honey?
Langston: Henry. I didnít "know" know. But I knew. I didnít say anything.
Marcie: Itís ok. Itís ok.
Jessica: Are Breeís test results in?
Nash: Tell us, damn it. Does my daughter have Hepatitis C or not?
On the next "One Life to Live" --
Marty: I know he feels responsible about Toddís disappearance.
John: Maybe he is.
Rex: Tell me why heís a fraud.
Paula: Do you want to tell him, or shall I?
Viki: You cannot blame yourself for this, you cannot.
Antonio: I donít want to fight you, Nash, I want to thank you.
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