OLTL Transcript Monday 12/31/07

One Life to Live Transcript Monday 12/31/07

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Adriana: I love you, and I love the new year already.

Rex: You'll love it even more when you have an engagement ring on your finger again. What?

Adriana: No, I need a 2008 calendar. You believe it's officially the year we're getting married? Are you ready to pick a date?

Starr: Happy New Year.

[Markko chuckles]

Cole: Yeah.

Starr: Cole, look, I -- I just wanted you to be here with me for midnight. I didn't want you to be alone.

Cole: I know. Thank you.

Starr: This is the last place that you want to be right now, isn't it?

Roxy: There, I did it. I said it. I took your breath away, right, Miles? Miles, you okay?

Miles: Yeah.

Roxy: Can you say something? Cat got your tongue? Roxy the cat. I was going to say this to you the other day, but I figured kisses speak louder than words, maybe for both of us.

Miles: Uh --

Roxy: "Uh" what? You feel the same way about me, don't you?

[Cheers]

["Auld Lang Syne" plays]

Layla: 2008 is turning out to be a great year already.

Kellen: Hey, dude -- who are you and what the hell do you think you're doing?

Cristian: Cristian Vega. I run this place -- sign your paycheck, things like that.

Kellen: Okay, Sarah, what's the deal here?

Sarah: That's a good question. What is the deal here, Cristian?

Talia: I have to go. My bus is leaving.

Antonio: Donít.

Talia: What?

Antonio: Don't get on that bus. don't leave, Talia.

[Nora hums]

Clint: Nora?

Nora: I'm incognito. How do you know it's me?

Clint: The slippers.

Nora: Oh, my God.

Clint: They're pretty memorable.

Nora: What are you doing here? I thought everyone was gone. It's New Yearís Eve, for goodness sake. Why aren't you out?

Clint: I didn't feel like getting dressed up and going out with a bunch of amateur drinkers who are going to blow noisemakers in my ears.

Nora: Oh. Well, I -- I -- I age with you and I figured that since I was going to be a stick in the mud, I might as well go all out.

Clint: Sorry if I'm making you feel uncomfortable.

Nora: Well -- no, I mean, we knew, I mean, no matter how big this house is, there was a chance that we were going to see each other in a new way, and it just -- I mean, not in a new way. I mean, just that we were going to, you know, probably run into each other and do -- just not that --

Clint: Nora?

Nora: Yeah?

Clint: I know what you mean.

Nora: Thank you.

Clint: Yeah.

Nora: Mm-hmm. So, I mean, we probably -- you've seen me worse, right? You've seen me comatose, practically brain-dead and whatnot.

Clint: Now, you look --

Nora: Don't you dare say "fine." That's a four-letter f-word.

Clint: I was going to say you don't look like a woman who needs a mud mask.

Nora: Thank you. Oh -- oh! I'm cracking. I can't smile. I'm actually trying to open my pores. I thought maybe getting some more oxygen to my brain would be stimulating, yeah.

Clint: How about a little stimulating conversation?

Nora: With you?

Markko: Uh, you're a crazy person. Um -- "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"? Your Grandma Addie.

Cole: Dude, are you serious? Come on, that's rude.

Markko: Oh, I'm sorry.

Starr: Um, anyway.

Langston: Okay, well, it's a movie, genius, and, okay -- uh -- two words. First word -- you, me.

Markko: I -- "Eye of the Riger."

Langston: That's a song. Too many words. Okay -- you, you, Starr. Star -- "Starship Troopers"!

Starr: Yes! Of course! I thought you were going to get it.

Markko: How did you get that?

Langston: Um, excuse me, I know my best friend, or what?

Starr and Langston: What.

[Starr and Langston chuckle]

Vincent: What's wrong? You thinking about your sister?

Layla: Last year Vange was making some stupid resolution about eating more fiber or something and, I don't know --

Vincent: Hey, maybe she's making a New Year's resolution this year, too -- to get well -- and you just don't know about it yet.

Layla: I was just so hoping that hearing Cristian's voice --

Vincent: Voice would make a difference, I know. Look, don't stop hoping, okay?

Layla: Yeah.

Sarah: Kellen, would you give me a minute to talk to Cris?

Kellen: Fine. The band's out of here in an hour.

Cristian: You're going on the road with his band? What the hell?

Sarah: Don't worry. I've got acts booked for the club up through the end of January.

Cristian: Oh, right, like that's what I'm worried about. And you met this guy when?

Sarah: Tonight, but I know his music, and his band --

Cristian: Whatever. Just let me tell you about my visit with Evangeline.

Sarah: Cristian, I can't do this again. I can't talk to you about your girlfriend who's in a coma, not tonight.

Cristian: This isn't about her, it's about me. You know, seeing her tonight made me realize that I'm finally ready to -- to let go of 2007 and put all that stuff that happened last year where it belongs.

Sarah: Where does it belong?

Cristian: You know, I just spent three hours in crazy traffic because there was only one place that I wanted to be. I want to start the year off right -- with you.

Adriana: I always thought an October wedding would be nice, but tulips are my favorite and they're out of season, and I always thought soft colors would be nice for bridesmaids, but spring is so close. A winter wedding would be cool, but I don't want to freeze if I wear a strapless dress. And then I have to find a way not to invite Blair, and then there's Addie and -- what's wrong?

Rex: It's, you know, a lot to think about.

Adriana: Sorry. I'm a girl. I've been thinking about my wedding, like, since forever.

Rex: Yeah, I know and if you want a big, fancy wedding, isn't, like, a year the minimum you need to plan it?

Adriana: Not when your mom is Dorian Lord.

Rex: Or Roxy Balsom. Keg, hall, we're set.

[Adriana chuckles]

Rex: I spent all the money I had saved on a ring that you had to give back. I'm not exactly feeling like the catch of the century right now.

Adriana: It's no big deal.

Rex: It is to me. I want to be able to afford the wedding of your dreams.

Adriana: Rex, the bride's family pays for the wedding. It's tradition.

Rex: Oh, since when are we traditional about anything?

Adriana: So, you want to wait to get married? Till when?

Rex: Well, it's not just a wedding we need to pay for. It's kids.

Adriana: Kids?

Rex: Well, someday.

Adriana: So let's hope that I sell a lot of lingerie.

Rex: Wow, I need to figure out what to do about U.V., step up the P.I. biz --

Adriana: Uh, what, and be out on the road all the time, leaving me with the babies?

Rex: I need a better track record. If I'd just stayed in Texas, found Marcie and Tommy, everyone in the country would know who I am.

Adriana: But instead, you bought a ring and came back here to propose to me.

Rex: No, that's not what I meant. I'm just saying I can't believe that I was so close --

Adriana: You want to go back?

Rex: I owe it to Michael. I just can't believe Gigi the waitress lied to me and I bought it.

Adriana: Some waitress in a diner that you've never met before -- you're supposed to know that she's setting you up?

Rex: She wasn't just some diner waitress.

Adriana: What do you mean?

Rex: We went to high school together.

Adriana: In Michigan?

Rex: Kind of wild, huh?

Adriana: And she moved to Paris, Texas, made friends with Marcie, and sold you her engagement ring. That, yes, is a huge coincidence.

Rex: No kidding.

Adriana: Why didn't you tell me about this before? How well did you know each other?

Rex: Uh -- we dated and stuff.

Adriana: "And stuff"?

Rex: We were teenagers.

Adriana: And you just forgot to mention old Gigi and now you want to go back to Texas and see her?

Rex: To find out why she lied to me and what she knows about Marcie, that's all.

Adriana: Rex --

Rex: I love you -- what?

Adriana: If I did have a ring right now, I would give it back to you. The engagement's off.

Rex: You're breaking up with me -- because I didn't tell you about some girl I saw that I dated, like, a million years ago?

Adriana: I am not breaking up with you.

Rex: But you don't want to marry me?

Adriana: I'm dying to marry you. But maybe we're not ready. I mean, you want to put off the wedding as long as possible --

Rex: No, no, I didn't say that.

Adriana: You felt so pressured to propose to me that you bought an engagement ring from your ex-girlfriend no questions asked and you couldn't even make yourself tell me the truth about it.

Rex: You know the truth now.

Adriana: What else don't I know? I mean, here we are planning our future together, and I'm thinking, "How much don't I know about your past"?

Rex: It's called a past for a reason. I don't care about all the guys you dated in high school.

Adriana: It was a convent school.

Rex: Or all the boyfriends you had.

Adriana: Two, River and Duke. I've never kept a single thing from you.

Rex: Look, I've never kept anything from you, either. I didn't know that you needed to know every detail about every girl I've ever dated, because I love you and only you.

Adriana: You know how they say when you sleep with someone you're sleeping with every other person they've ever slept with?

Rex: That's if you don't use protection.

Adriana: Work with me here. Who else was there? How many, exactly?

Rex: I don't know.

Adriana: You don't know? Okay. How many of them did you say "I love you" to? How many did you plan a future with? I mean, you've already been married. I'm going to be your second wife. And if it didn't work out then, what the hell makes you think that it's going to work out with us?

Roxy: You know, I've only been involved with, like, scammers and schemers and guys who only wanted one thing out of mend once they got it, they went bye-bye. You know, taillights. And I want you to know that you're the first good guy I've ever fallen for.

Miles: A good guy? I -- I think maybe you and Natalie are the only people that think I'm a good guy.

Roxy: Yeah, maybe you're the only person who thinks I am, too -- if you do.

Miles: Of course I do.

Roxy: And -- and I got to tell you this, also. That community service -- it changed me. I mean, I enjoyed every minute of it -- except for those kids, because they can really suck the life out of you. But what I want you to know is, it was like you were breathing life into me. And I just wanted to tell you that. It's not something that all of a sudden, I'm thinking about it. It's something that's been building and building up inside of me. And the other day when you got hurt and I thought you were lost --

Miles: Rox, I -- I don't know what to say.

Roxy: Well, you don't have to say the l word. You can just say "ditto," or you can just kiss me real hard.

Miles: You know, Rox -- I mean, you're -- you're like a breath of fresh air in my life.

Roxy: Now, you're not going to let me down real easy, are you, Miles?

Miles: Rox, I care about you, a lot -- as a friend.

Clint: You know, I just did this -- this whole year in review, and let me tell you something about 2008. There's no where to go but up.

Nora: Ah.

Clint: The thing that I dreaded the most happening -- my father dying -- happened. And I'm getting through it. And a long-lost son has seemingly been found, and I am getting through that, and whatever the hell it is I had with Dorian is over, thank God.

Nora: Well, I'm glad that you're not too heartbroken over it. I -- I really -- I've kind of been giving myself a lot of grief for my participation in its demise.

Clint: No, no, no. No, it's not even remotely your fault.

Nora: Oh, I kind of let you know exactly what I was thinking about her.

Clint: You did, but it opened my eyes a little bit.

Nora: And I kissed you.

Clint: I kissed you, too. Twice.

Nora: Yes, you did. Yes, you did. You know what? While we're closing the books on 2007, here's to platonic kisses between roommates -- so last year. Wouldn't you agree? Hmm.

Antonio: Talia, wait.

Talia: I've been waiting. I have, and now that I'm leaving town, now you decide to come and kiss me?

Antonio: It's New Yearís Eve.

Talia: And -- wait, that makes it okay?

Antonio: Would you just let me talk?

Talia: You know what? I know what this is about. It's safe for you to kiss me now because I'm going to be gone tomorrow and you'll never have to see me again.

Antonio: No, no, you know that's not what I want.

Talia: You know what? I'm going to get over you. I'm going to find a guy who wants what I want, and that's a future.

Antonio: What if we have a future? Would you still leave Llanview?

Starr: Um --

Langston: Okay.

Starr: Chicken!

Langston: Um -- um -- plane. No, diving, taking off, flight.

Starr: A shuttle. Plane.

[Phone rings]

Starr: No.

Markko: Hey, Mom. Yeah, I know, but --

Langston: Oh.

Starr: Um -- so -- okay, Cole, it's your turn. Go.

Cole: You know, I'm really not into this. Sorry.

Langston: Um -- okay. Well -- oh, well, I'll go.

Starr: Yeah, go. Go ahead.

Markko: It was "Flight of the Conchord," and I've got to go.

Langston: Really? No.

Markko: Yeah. My mom wants me to head out of here before there's any traffic. She's afraid I'll ding the family wagon or something.

Langston: Well, can't you just spend the night?

Markko: Oh, yeah, that'll happen.

[Langston giggles]

Markko: No. I was supposed to be home, like, at the stroke of midnight, so I'd better head out. Otherwise, I don't get the car keys.

Langston: Oh, and I only love you because you take me out in "the wagon."

Markko: Ugh.

Langston: Come here. I love you.

Markko: Love you, too.

Langston: Okay.

Starr: So you're going?

Markko: Yeah.

Starr: Happy New Year.

Markko: Happy New Year.

Starr: Bye.

Markko: Cole --

Cole: All right, man. I'll see you.

Markko: Yeah. Take it easy.

Cole: Yeah, you, too.

Cole: You know, I think I should go, too.

Starr: No -- um -- don't go yet. You know what? My grandma made cupcakes. I'll go get them.

Cole: Sorry I'm such a downer.

Langston: If you were acting like everything was fine, I'd be really worried.

Cole: I shouldn't have come here tonight. I just didn't want to hurt Starr's feelings.

Langston: Well, you need to take care of yourself right now.

Cole: Starr says that she'll do anything for me, but how am I supposed to tell the girl that I love to leave me alone?

Talia: A "future"? Huh. Okay.

[Talia places bag down]

Talia: You have two minutes. Knock yourself out.

Antonio: You knock me out, Talia. You're -- you're beautiful, you're smart, passionate.

Talia: How would you even know that?

Antonio: Let me finish. The reason you didn't put your heart on the line -- I didn't, either. That's why I didn't say anything. Not because I wanted to make a fool of you, and certainly not because I needed my ego stroked. I mean, I -- I -- I enjoyed having you pay attention to me, but it was only because it was you, Talia, and I wanted you.

Talia: But you said that you didnít.

Antonio: Yeah -- no, what I said was, is I didn't want to start something that I couldn't -- if I couldn't follow through, especially with you. I know -- I know I hurt you.

Talia: Ahem.

Antonio: Okay? But I -- I was honestly trying not to. I cannot let you get on that bus without letting you know how I feel. It was not one-sided, all right? And I know we don't have the time to tell you all the different reasons why I care don't I just hit the highlights, okay?

Talia: Okay.

Antonio: You're -- you're smart, you're funny. My -- my daughter is a terrific judge of character, and -- and she's crazy about you. You're gorgeous. You're a great cop. You -- you've always got my back. Look, New Yearís -- New Yearís is a time for new beginnings, and all I'm asking is for a second chance, and if Iíve blown it, then I completely understand. But I couldn't let you go without letting you know how much you mean to me.

Rex: I've never felt this way about anyone before, Adriana.

Adriana: You've been in love before.

Rex: I might have said the words, but I didn't know what love was then. Now I do.

Adriana: Are you sure?

Rex: I am so sure.

Adriana: Look, I know that you had a life before you met me, but I guess I just need to know -- I'm going to be your wife. I need to know how many more Gigis or Mimis or Fifis are going to be popping up from out of nowhere.

Rex: You sure you really want to know?

Cristian: Seeing Evangeline and being with her after all this time made me realize that I'm holding on to a dream.

Sarah: But you loved her. That wasn't a dream.

Cristian: But I need to put the past behind me. I need to live in the present, and you're the present. Unless you leave, if that's still what you want to do.

Sarah: Everything you just said is what I've been wanting to hear all along. But you couldn't say it before. What changed?

Cristian: I told you.

Sarah: You saw Evangeline, and she's still in a coma. But what if she wasn't? If she walks through that door -- which God knows could happen any day now -- would you still want to be with me?

Clint: So, no more platonic kisses between friends? That, to me, sounds like a good resolution.

Nora: There you go -- good resolution. I mean, well -- I mean, platonic kisses on the cheek -- no problem. But, you know, the lips --

Clint: Lips?

Nora: Lips.

Clint: Lips. Oh, that's pushing the definition of "platonic," isn't it?

Nora: Exactly. Exactly.

Clint: How many kisses does it take?

Nora: How many kisses does it take to -- oh -- cross over that inevitable line of --

Clint: Yeah.

Nora: Well, um, legally speaking, I think that, you know, it comes down to an issue -- is it quality or quantity?

Clint: What?

Nora: Well -- oh, I -- I'm not saying that the quality was bad. The quality was wonderful, your kisses were really -- um, wonderful. Uh -- how -- how many kisses? Um -- more than two? Three. Three.

Vincent: There's a couple of things I want you to think about for the year 2008.

Layla: Yeah?

Vincent: What are you doing for the month of February?

Layla: The whole month?

Vincent: I'm thinking Valentineís Day.

Layla: Oh, I was counting on that.

Vincent: Hmm. Well, you know I'm going to deliver, but I want to officially open up my art gallery, and I want to show off the most beautiful thing in it -- you.

Layla: Your art gallery? Vincent, the deal went through?

Vincent: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Well, you know, Lindsay still has to cross a couple of Tís for me, but the next time your mother says "Vincent, what are you working on now?Ē

Layla: You can say, "I own an art gallery."

Vincent: Uh-huh.

Layla: I am so proud of you!

[Vincent chuckles]

Layla: Oh, lovie! That's great. To you, baby.

Vincent: No -- to you.

Layla: Cheers.

Cristian: If Evangeline wakes up, if you and I are together -- if, if. Look, I don't know. The two of us -- we don't even know what we have together yet. I don't know what's going to happen. You might decide you don't like the way I snore.

Sarah: Already lived through it and have the T-shirt and the ear plugs.

Cristian: Who knows -- you might want to run off with the next Kellen who runs through this bar.

Sarah: Is this supposed to be convincing me?

Cristian: I hope so. Is that really his name, "Kellen"?

Sarah: Look, I'm not asking for a guarantee. The thing is, I may not be a perfect person, but I don't want to root for Evangeline to stay in the coma.

Cristian: I don't want you to leave, but that's all I can say. The rest is up to you.

Roxy: So you just said that you care about me as a friend. Does that mean that you don't care about me the other way at all?

Miles: I -- I don't even know about caring for anyone the other way.

Roxy: Except for Marty?

Miles: Rox, I thought I loved Marty, but she didn't love me back. I forced her into a marriage that she hated, which means I couldn't have loved her as much as I thought. Look, I don't want to put anyone else through that.

Roxy: If this is your way of letting me down easy, you suck.

Miles: Oh, Rox, I know. I'm sorry. I told you -- I told you I wasn't good at this.

Roxy: Uh -- what about Nattie? She turning your head, amongst other things?

Miles: No. No, she's just a great friend like you. I mean, if we can be friends, I would like that.

Roxy: No way, man. Take them off.

Miles: What?

Roxy: Friends don't give other friends sexy boxer shorts. Take them off.

Langston: Starr understands.

Cole: No, I don't think she does.

Langston: You know, everyone thought I was crazy for not telling anyone when my parents died.

Cole: You had a year and a half to deal with it. Maybe that's what you needed.

Langston: What do you need?

Cole: To not be here right now. Uh, do me a favor -- just tell Starr that I had to go, okay?

Langston: Yeah, sure.

Cole: Thanks.

Langston: Good night.

Cole: Good night.

Starr: I've got cupcak-- where's Cole?

Langston: He went home.

Starr: Langston, you let him leave? Why didn't you come and get me?

Langston: Don't make this into a big deal.

Starr: This is a big deal, Langston. I keep trying to make him feel better, but -- God, he makes me feel like I'm making him feel worse. What -- you've been through this, Langston. What am I doing wrong?

Antonio: Do you think that I'm really that big of a jerk?

Talia: Huh. I don't want to think that.

Antonio: There's -- there's another bus tomorrow.

Talia: But my plans were to get there tonight.

Antonio: You're thinking about it -- I can tell.

Talia: Ooh -- ahem. I don't have time to think about it, because I'm going to miss my bus.

P.A. Announcer: Attention, please -- due to mechanical failure, the bus to Cherryvale is canceled.

Talia: I cannot believe this. P.A. Announcer: To repeat, there will be no bus to Cherryvale tonight.

Talia: Oh.

Antonio: Oh! Well, that's -- that's too bad. Looks like you're stuck with me anyway.

Langston: You're not doing anything wrong.

Starr: You're right -- I'm just great. You're my best friend and your parents died and you didn't tell me for a year and a half. And now, my boyfriend just lost his mom and he doesn't want to be anywhere near me.

Langston: Maybe you're just a little too much in "I'm here for you" mode.

Starr: How can that be, Langston? I've barely seen him since everything happened.

Langston: Starr, Cole still loves you. But you're here right now and his mom's gone forever, and that's more important to him right now. It's more important than you are. And you need to find a way to let him know that you're okay with that, because you're right -- he needs you so much right now, just like I did.

[Clint and Nora chuckle]

Cole: Hey.

Nora: Oh, hey! Hi there. Did you have a good night?

Cole: Yeah. I'm -- I'm just tired, so I think I'm going to -- going to grab a glass of milk if that's okay and go to bed.

Nora: Sure. Cole? Happy New Year. Come here.

Cole: Thank you.

Nora: Okay.

Cole: You, too.

Nora: Sleep tight. Oh, he's got a long, sad road ahead of him.

Clint: Well, he's awfully lucky to have you.

Nora: I wish there was more I could do for him.

Clint: You're giving him room to breathe, Nora.

Nora: Well, that's kind of my specialty.

Clint: That's a good thing, too.

Nora: Hmm.

Clint: Oh, my God. Happy New Year, Nora, because look -- it's past midnight.

[Nora gasps]

Nora: Oh, no -- I told Matthew I was going to wake him up so he could watch the ball drop. Oh, he's going to kill me.

Clint: Well, too late now. You can't get the old year back.

Nora: No, he can't get the year back, but guess what -- you can wind the clock back. See?

[Clint chuckles]

Nora: You know what?

Clint: What?

Nora: Last year was really rotten. There's no reason why we shouldn't bring the New Year in right.

[Clint chuckles]

Rex: I'm sorry I didn't tell you about knowing Gigi. I didn't know how to tell you that I bought your engagement ring from an old girlfriend. I can't believe it was Marcieís. But I wasn't hiding anything important from you.

Adriana: Okay.

Rex: I would not have proposed if I wasn't ready to marry you.

Adriana: I know.

Rex: So are we still calling it off?

Adriana: No. I'm sorry I freaked out like that.

Rex: I -- I -- I did kind of spring this on you. So, if you're not ready --

Adriana: I am so ready.

Talia: I guess I can put my heart on the line one more time for you.

Antonio: You won't regret it.

Talia: I hope you don't, either.

Antonio: No way.

Talia: So, what happens next?

Miles: After all this, you want to see me naked?

Roxy: Don't flatter yourself. Give me those boxers.

Miles: But I --

Roxy: Hey, you're a smart guy -- you'll figure it out. Come on.

[Roxy snaps fingers]

[Miles groans]

Miles: I really am sorry.

Roxy: Thank you. Bye-bye, Miles.

Antonio: The night's still young. Can I buy you a drink?

Talia: That sounds great, but you're dressed for Capricorn and I'm dressed for, maybe, bowling.

Antonio: Ah. Well, there's a bar at the bowling alley. You game?

Kellen: Okay, Sarah. We're shoving off. You coming or not?

Sarah: Kellen, look, you are amazing and I really appreciate the offer, but I can't go with you.

Kellen: Maybe some other time.

Sarah: Maybe. Thank you. Good luck.

Kellen: Yeah, you, too. Happy, happy and all that.

Cristian: Check's in the mail. What did that mean?

Sarah: This.

Langston: All right, here you go.

Starr: How many calories are in a dozen cupcakes?

Langston: You only had three. I had, like, five.

Starr: But you have nothing to worry about.

Langston: Neither do you.

Starr: Hmm.

Langston: All right, I really don't want to get anything on this dress.

Starr: Look at you sounding like a fashionista.

Langston: I only wore it to make your aunt happy.

Starr: Oh, sure.

Langston: You know what? Take a picture just to prove that I actually wore this once.

Starr: Oh -- okay. Oh, shoot, I forgot to take a picture of you and Markko earlier.

Langston: Next time, don't worry about it.

Starr: Okay.

Langston: You know what?

Starr: Hmm?

Langston: As much as I miss my house and my old life, I do love living here. That's because of you, Starr.

Starr: Thanks. Okay, say "cheese."

Langston: Okay. Cheese!

[Starr chuckles]

[Phone rings]

Starr: Oh -- Markko's calling.

Langston: Oh. Hey, babe. Did your mom hit the ceiling? Really? When do you think you'll get your car back? Well, that's not too bad. No, that's fine.

[Noisemaker sounds]

Clint: Yeah.

[Nora laughs]

Clint: You don't have to do that because I already feel slightly ridiculous.

Nora: You're supposed to -- it's New Year's Eve for goodness -- oh, oh, oh, hey -- ready? Here we go -- five --

Both: Four, three, two, one --

Clint: Happy New Year! Happy New Year.

Nora: Happy New Year.

[Clint chuckles]

[Phone chirps]

Roxy: You know, it just dawned on me that you can't return used boxer shorts.

Miles: Thanks.

Roxy: Happy New Yearís, Miles. I hope you know how much you ruined mine.

Antonio: So, shall -- shall we try this again, Talia? Prospero ano nuevo.

Talia: Prospero ano nuevo.

Vincent: Happy 2008.

Layla: Happy New Year to you.

Sarah: Happy New Year, Cristian.

Cristian: Happy New Year, Sarah.

Rex: Yeah, I'd say it's a happy new year so far.

Adriana: Hmm. You realize this is the year our whole life changes?

Rex: 2008's going to be huge.

Adriana: It's going to be great.

>> On the next "One Life to Live" --

Charlie: I can keep your secret, on one condition.

Moe: Hey, that's not yours.

John: Paydirt.

Gigi: I need to see you. I have something for you, and you're not going to want to leave without it.

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