One Life to Live Transcript Wednesday 12/17/08
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Episode # 10338 -- Decent Proposal
Cole: Hey, you know what you are? Pathetic.
Téa: Hi, Starr. I don't believe I've had the pleasure. I --
Cole: You think you're some hotshot lawyer, showing up here, pushing everyone around, telling us how things are going to be. Like letting a monster like Todd Manning out of prison is the right thing to do?
Téa: Todd Manning is entitled to due process under the law.
Cole: Let me tell you something. You're nothing but Manning's toy, just like my mom was. But my mom had an excuse. Todd was out to destroy her, and he'll do the same to you or worse.
Judge: Well, it's clearly a situation between Colombian nationals. Their government is going to have to deal with it.
Cristian: But they'll never be safe there. Can't we apply for some sort of asylum to protect them?
Judge: Their situation does not fit the criteria for asylum in the United States.
Cristian: But if a death threat doesn't do it, then what's going to do it?
Judge: You have to establish a well-founded fear --
Cristian: Your Honor, they're lying --
Judge: Of prosecution based on political opinion, race, religion, nationality or membership in a particular social organization. The facts of Ms. Montez's case do not fit these criteria. This court has no choice but to uphold the original I.C.E. ruling. Vanessa and Lola Montez will be deported.
Cristian: You can't do that, Your Honor.
Judge: Do not test the patience of this court.
Cristian: Vanessa Montez is going to be my wife.
Judge: Excuse me?
Cristian: Vanessa and I are in love and we're getting married. Please, don't take my fiancée away from me.
Rex: Okay, now, listen. Just because he's big, from the North Pole, and rolls nine reindeers deep, does not mean you have to be scared of him. We will be right here with you every step of the way.
Shane: Ha-ha, very funny.
Gigi: You do realize he got wise to Santa a while ago.
Rex: Not this Santa.
Shane: Look, I'm not a kid. Santa doesn't exist. They're all fakes.
Bo: Sure you want to take that chance, kid?
Rex: I believe in you, man. What are you going to bring me?
Natalie: Okay, so don't try this at home because snooping through presents -- it's wrong. And Santa Claus, you know, he really doesn't like it. So when he's making his list, checking it twice, finding out who's -- ow!
Jared: Ha, I caught you, see? You know what happens to naughty little girls when they go digging in places they're not supposed to?
Natalie: They get spanked?
Jared: Yeah, they get coal in their stockings.
Tess: [As Jessica] What the hell are you doing here?
Brody: I called him.
Tess: What? I -- I thought --
Brody: You thought wrong.
Tess: Well, why?
Brody: Because I know who you are, and I know what you're doing.
Markko: Do you have to go?
Langston: No, I'm just wondering what Lola's doing right about now.
Markko: Freaking out. I just hope this isn't a done deal. Maybe something could happen at the hearing today that will let Lola and Vanessa stay in the country.
Langston: Like what, another gunshot?
Markko: Like the judge having a heart.
Langston: Well, the one I got sure didn’t. I mean, the guy put my custody in the hands of a man I barely even knew.
Markko: But you're still here in Llanview and not in Colombia with Ray.
Langston: Yeah, because Vanessa shot him trying to protect Lola.
Markko: We just lit candles in church. How about putting some positive vibes out into the universe?
Langston: I'm trying, but it's just so close to home, you know? I mean, it feels like just yesterday I was saying my good-byes to you and Starr and everybody else. I know what it feels like to be told that you're getting on a plane and being shipped off to another country just because some judge says so.
Markko: I know.
Langston: And what do you do when you get there? I mean, they're going to have to go straight into hiding to protect Lola from Ray. You heard Lola today. She doesn't have any friends. She couldn't even stay in the same school for longer than a few months. They could end up homeless for all we know.
Markko: Or worse if your Uncle Ray gets his hands on them.
Judge: You two are engaged to be married?
Cristian: I know it's a surprise, but we were keeping it quiet.
Judge: Oh, were you? Well, judging from the look on the face of your stepdaughter, you did a great job.
Cristian: Your Honor, I know how this looks.
Judge: Oh, do you? Because from where I'm sitting, it looks an awful lot like fraud.
Starr: Téa, Cole has been through so much.
Téa: Never apologize for anyone else, Starr. And even then, think twice about it.
Cole: You see nothing wrong with what you're doing?
Téa: I wish we'd met under different circumstances and I wish I had time to answer all your questions, but I really do have to go.
Cole: Hey, you know what? Todd Manning raped my mom, okay? And after she lost her memory, he lied to her about who he was so he could rape her all over again.
Téa: What happened between Todd and your mother --
Cole: Was rape.
Téa: Is complicated. Todd made mistakes, yes. But haven't you ever done anything that has given your loved ones pause?
Cole: Are you comparing me to Todd?
Téa: I'm just saying no one's perfect. And I'm willing to bet that whatever happened isn't the result of a black and white situation. Neither is this one.
Cole: Oh, way to twist things. You are what everyone loves about lawyers.
Téa: I really do have to go. I'm sorry for your loss.
Rex: So could you hook me up with one of those eyeglasses with the special hidden camera built in? Oh, and I'm also going to need a globe tracker extreme with GPS. It would really help boost the surveillance side of my P.I. business. Oh, and I'm going to need all the bells and whistles, too. Aren't you going to say "Ho ho ho"?
Bo: All I want is for the police athletic league to find somebody else to do this next year. That and maybe a bottle of ibuprofen.
Marcie: I might have some in my purse if you want it.
Bo: That's all right, Marcie, really, I'm okay. You enjoying yourselves?
Gigi: Yeah, Rex and Marcie are helping me show Shane his first Yankee Christmas.
Bo: Well, all right. How's that going?
Shane: Uh, it's good, I guess, but I wish they'd stop taking me to all this baby stuff.
Gigi: You'll always be my baby, baby.
Gigi: So I hear you're on tap to light the Christmas tree later. Are you going to lead us in caroling, too?
Bo: No, see, Gigi, the goal is to treat the senses, not punish them. You know what? I'm due for a break. What do you say I treat everybody to a cup of hot chocolate?
Rex: Oh, big spender. Who's in?
Gigi: I'll have one.
Marcie: Actually, I'll have apple cider if they have it.
Bo: You got it.
Rex: It'll be all right?
Bo: Yeah, it's cool.
Gigi: Marcie, I'm really glad you came out tonight.
Marcie: Oh, yeah, me, too. Michael's on duty and, you know, I really didn't want to be alone in that apartment all by myself.
Gigi: You can always call me, anytime. You don't have to go through Christmas by yourself.
Marcie: No, I know that. It's just that I --
Marcie: Well, you were there for me almost a year ago when I lost Sam, and now I'm supposed to lean on you again?
Jared: I will take this one, thank you very much.
Natalie: My present's in there, isn't it?
Jared: Did you get all your Christmas shopping done? Good, because I need your opinion about something -- Natalie's gift. What do you think? You just couldn't wait, could you? You had to snoop.
Natalie: It so is. That's why you set the trap.
Jared: It was a deterrent. Now maybe you'll think twice before ruining the surprise.
Natalie: You know what? I had a really, really good reason for going through these bags.
Jared: Oh, well, I'd love to hear this one.
Natalie: Well, it's our first Christmas together, you know, and I had to find out how much you were doing it up. You know, I mean, I didn't want to overdo it or underdo it.
Jared: I'll give you a clue -- I went all out.
Natalie: You did?
Jared: Oh, yeah.
Natalie: Like, how "all out"?
Jared: Oh, you're not getting any more out of me. Any more questions shall be directed at Santa.
Natalie: Oh, yikes! Bree, are you ready to go see Santa Claus? Because we have to get there before he closes up shop. Uncle Bo would be so mad if he didn't get to see his little girls. I'm going to take lots and lots of pictures.
Jared: For Jess.
Natalie: Yeah. Yeah, well, I figure if she can't spend the holidays with her kids, we'll bring her kids to her.
Tess: [As Jessica] This was a trick?
Doctor: No, what it was, was a flagrant violation of St. Ann's rules. You are both well aware of our policy regarding sexual activity between patients.
Brody: We didn't have sex.
Tess: No, we didn't have sex because you walked in. Brody didn't push the call button, I did.
Brody: What? Now, hold on a second.
Tess: It's true. He tried to force himself on me.
Doctor: Send two orderlies to this room, stat.
Brody: If I tried to force myself on her, then why was she the one that got all bent out of shape when you came in?
Tess: [As Jessica] Well, that's because I -- I wasn't expecting you. You know, I thought they'd send in two orderlies, but thank God you came when you did. I was so scared.
Brody: Oh, come off it. Where are the signs of a struggle?
Tess: You're a Navy Seal, for God's sake. If I had struggled, then you would have tried to kill me -- like how he tried to kill Rex. Brody, I trusted you. I confided in you my fears about Tess and my kids, and I comforted you when you talked about Iraq, but none of that was an invitation to sex.
Brody: I didn't want to have sex with you. I just wanted to prove you're Tess.
Tess: Dr. Levin, Brody is way worse off than we thought.
Shane: I'll go bring these to Mom and Marcie.
Rex: Thanks, I appreciate it.
Shane: No problem.
Rex: Does Matthew get like that around this time of year, too?
Bo: What, extra nice, very helpful?
Bo: Actually, Matthew is like that generally all the time, but around the holidays, room's a little cleaner, you know, gets the homework done a little quicker.
Bo: How are you and Shane doing?
Rex: Good, I guess.
Bo: I think there's a "but" in there somewhere.
Rex: I'm short of cash this Christmas. Any chance you could throw some work my way?
Marcie: Thanks for the cider, Shane.
Shane: Bo's the one who bought it. I just brought it over here.
Gigi: Well, thank you for that. Shane, do you mind checking with Noelle to see if she is free to join us for the Christmas tree lighting?
Shane: Is she at the Bon Jour?
Gigi: The Buenos Dias.
Shane: It's the same exact place.
Gigi: In a different state.
Shane: If it looks like a duck and smells like a duck, guess what? It's a duck, Mom.
Gigi: Oh, my, he is going to be a teenager before I know it.
Marcie: He's a great kid.
Gigi: I know.
Marcie: You know, you guys are really lucky to have each other. You are.
Gigi: Listen, Marcie, what you're dealing with -- you can lean on me as hard as you want because I'm tough and so are you.
Marcie: Yeah? I don't feel very tough, you know. I mean, I look at all those presents under that tree and all I really want for Christmas is to hold my baby in my arms.
Starr: Do you want to get out of here?
Cole: More than anything.
Starr: Look, I would apologize for Téa, but she kind of had a point about not apologizing for people, so --
Cole: Are you really sticking up for her?
Starr: No, no, Cole, I'm not. I just know her in a completely different way. When she was married to my dad, she was special to me. I promise you that she's not just a barracuda.
Cole: I really don't want to hear about her soft side, okay? Anyone who would defend your dad after he held my mom hostage and everything else he did is less than human.
Judge: I find it curious that the two of you waited until now to announce your intentions.
Cristian: Well, we knew it would sound --
Judge: So you decided to withhold information vital to your status.
Cristian: Your Honor, I can assure you we --
Judge: Here's what I can assure you. You live in a post-9/11 world. Immigration fraud is considered an extremely serious crime in the United States.
Vanessa: Your Honor --
Cristian: We understand that,
Judge: Oh, do you? Do you also understand that if you persist in this marriage gambit, you will be investigated by the Department of Homeland Security. And when they find out -- and they will find out that this is a marriage of convenience -- not only will Ms. Montez be deported, her name will be placed on a list of persons who will never be allowed inside this country again. And you, Mr. --
Judge: Vega -- will be arrested and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, so think carefully before you answer my next question. Will this marriage be a real one?
Téa: Of course it will be.
Judge: And you are?
Téa: Téa Delgado, counsel for Ms. Montez and her stepdaughter. I apologize for being late, Your Honor. I was detained in another courtroom on a separate matter.
Cristian: Téa, we just gave the judge the good news.
Téa: Oh, did he congratulate you? I know this is sudden, and you're right if you think that my clients are getting married as a means of obtaining a stay of deportation, but this is by no means a marriage of convenience. Vanessa Montez and Cristian Vega are deeply in love with each other. They plan to build a life together, and they're going to do it right here in Llanview.
Langston: You guys look whipped.
Markko: What happened in court today? Oh, no.
Starr: My dad was going to plead guilty, but then his lawyer --
Cole: Starr's former stepmom.
Starr: His lawyer convinced him not to.
Langston: So then what did he plead, not guilty?
Langston: But that's insane. There's so much evidence against your dad.
Markko: Since when has that stopped a rich guy from beating the rap?
Langston: I'm so sorry, Cole.
Starr: Now his lawyer pushed for this hearing that happens tomorrow to decide whether there will be a big trial or not.
Langston: Seriously? And this woman used to be your stepmother?
Starr: So how did your cousin's case go?
Langston: I don't know. We're still waiting to find out.
Cole: You sound worried.
Langston: Can you blame me?
Judge: Well, you and your clients are welcome to roll the dice if that's what you want, but I have already informed them that if they persist in this marriage status application, they will automatically trigger a Homeland Security investigation.
Téa: Your Honor, I can assure you my clients are very much in love. Vanessa Montez rescued Cristian Vega from a lifetime of false imprisonment in Colombia. They spent an extended period of time together before coming back to the U.S., and they have been inseparable ever since. Somewhere along the way, they fell in love. Your Honor, my clients can't be faulted for having kept their plans under wraps given Vanessa's ambiguous legal status.
Judge: Don't tell me what I may or may not fault them for.
Téa: To prematurely announce their engagement might have taken an enormous emotional toll on Ms. Montez's stepdaughter. I understand your skepticism, Your Honor. But if I understand correctly, the Department of Homeland Security guidelines specify that a disclosure of this nature merits a full B.I.A. review. I am confident that my clients will be able to answer any and all questions regarding the nature of their relationship.
Judge: Do you two love each other?
Cristian: Yes, Your Honor.
Vanessa: Si, Your Honor.
Judge: Well, you better be ready to prove it. You've got 24 hours. Be here tomorrow for a full B.I.A. review, after which, I will render my final decision. This court is adjourned.
Lola: Oh, my God. Thank you so much.
Cristian: We really appreciate this, Téa.
Téa: Don't thank me yet. We still have to pull this off.
Bo: All right, Balsom, what's going on?
Rex: Well, Shane has his heart set on a Z-box this year.
Bo: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, but they just dropped the prices on those things -- at least that's the news that Matthew’s been using to hustle me. So you and Gigi can skip a couple of date nights. You ought to be able to swing it.
Rex: Well, there are no date nights for Gigi and me right now. Between going to Texas and getting shot, my credit cards are maxed out. U.V.'s not doing so hot. I haven't been able to take any cases. I'm tap city, Bo, and I've already promised Gigi and Shane both that a Z-box is in the works.
Bo: All right, say no more. What do you need?
Bree: I want to see Santa.
Gigi: Hi, guys, Merry Christmas. ‘
Tess: [As Jessica] He is out of control. He is worse off than when he got here.
Brody: You can say whatever you want. It doesn't change that Jessica's disappeared and Tess has taken her place.
Tess: What? He would say anything not to get tossed out of here.
Brody: There's got to be some kind of test you can run to prove which personality she is.
Tess: Okay, he forced himself on me. Why are we standing here talking about it?
Dr. Levin: Jessica, please --
Tess: No, I want to call the police. I want to press charges. And my uncle is the police commissioner, by the way. So get the police on the phone, now!
Brody: She came to me. She said she had to see her kids and she begged me to break her out of here.
Dr. Levin: So you responded by initiating sexual contact?
Brody: I had to know who I was dealing with. No, listen -- look, the last time she begged me to break her out of here, she came on to me. But it wasn't Jessica, it was Tess. You know, and then when I told Jessica what Tess did, she was mortified because that's not who Jess is. Jessica would never use her body to get what she wants, but, Tess, she didn't even blink.
Tess: You don't believe that bull, do you?
Dr. Levin: Mr. Lovett will have to be removed. And you, Tess, need to take a nap.
Rex: I don't want your money.
Bo: Just take it.
Rex: I don't need it.
Bo: You just told me that you're short of cash, you're looking for work.
Rex: Right -- work, not a handout.
Bo: Call it a loan.
Rex: You know, there were times when I would have made up this story just to get some money. Those times are over.
Bo: All right, all right, Balsom. Look, I'll keep an eye out for something for you, okay? But don't let your pride get in the way of a little help.
Rex: Can't do it, Bo.
Bo: Balsom --
Rex: Bo, what kind of father would I be if I let another man pay for my kid's Christmas present? Now, your offer means a lot, it really does, but it's not a big deal. I can handle it.
Markko: So you guys want to hit the mall? I still have some Christmas shopping to do.
Markko: Yeah, it'd probably be a mob scene.
Cole: Yeah, I can't deal with crowds tonight.
Starr: You want to go home? Me neither.
Langston: Same. But if I stay here any longer, I feel like my butt's going to grow roots.
Markko: We could go ice skating. There's singing and stuff in Angel Square, we could go and do that.
Langston: Yeah, no, that sounds fun. And it wouldn't take a lot of energy. Okay, look, I know that today sucked for everybody, but it's not going to get any better just sitting here.
Markko: Okay, if Angel Square is lame, I'll join the Polar Bear Club tonight.
Starr: Do you know that my grandma is a charter member? I'm not even kidding.
Cole: Wait, wait, wait, shh. So that means you and Addie would swim the lantana together? Okay, yeah. Yeah, that definitely beats watching cable TV with parental controls.
Lola: Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you! I can't believe it. After everything that judge said, you're really going to marry my stepmother? This means we get to stay, right?
Téa: Well, it's not a foregone conclusion, but we do have a pretty good shot. Especially if you guys get married before the hearing.
Téa: Si, mañana. I'll set up the ceremony. In the meanwhile, you and Cris need to learn everything there is to know about each other so you can convince the judge that you're the real deal.
Lola: We already know everything there is to know. Cris saved our lives today.
Téa: What is she talking about?
Cristian: We got this before the hearing.
Téa: You gave this to the judge?
Lola: Yeah. He didn't care.
Cristian: He said that even though they're in danger, they couldn't stay in the country.
Vanessa: Two Colombian nationals -- it's a Colombian problem.
Lola: No, it's our problem. My father will kill us.
Téa: We should definitely take this seriously. I'd like to have it examined if that's okay.
Cristian: Yeah, sure, go ahead.
Téa: You guys look exhausted. It was very nice to meet you, Lola. Go home and go to sleep. You two, go home, put on a very strong pot of coffee, and rehearse your story. Practice, practice, practice. I'm going to be by in the morning to quiz you. And think about what you're going to wear.
Cristian: Jeans and a T-shirt?
Téa: Not if you're getting married.
Tess: You stay away from me.
Dr. Levin: It's just something to help you relax.
Tess: I don't need to relax, okay? Brody does. He made all that crap up. You don't believe him, do you?
Dr. Levin: Both you and Brody are guilty of a lapse in judgment, and I assure you, we'll sort out the facts later when you've both had a chance to cool down.
Tess: Okay. Okay, you got me. I'm Tess. But you know that story that Brody told in group tonight?
Dr. Levin: That's enough.
Tess: Well, he didn't mention that he's way more screwed up than he sounds. You know how he walks around all day with that thousand-yard stare, huh?
Brody: Shut up.
Tess: Huh? Well, you want to tell them, Brody, or should I? Because maybe you're in Baghdad right now.
Natalie: It's really good to see you, Marcie.
Marcie: Yeah, you, too. I heard about Jessica and everything that she did to you. I'm really sorry.
Natalie: Well, Jessica's getting help she needs now, and Jared and I are just trying to give these kids as much love and attention as we can until she comes home.
Marcie: Yeah, I think that's a really good plan.
Jared: And I'm sorry about your loss. I would've been at the funeral, but somebody's got to watch the kids.
Marcie: You don't need to explain. I can see you have your hands full.
Natalie: They're adorable. Have you met Chloe?
Natalie: Well, it's about time you did. This is Chloe Brennan.
Marcie: Oh, well, hi. Hi, little one. Hi. How are you doing, huh?
Bo: I know that you're trying to bridge the gap between you and Shane, but you don't need to do that with gifts.
Rex: Look, I know I can't buy my way into Shane's heart. This is our first Christmas together. I just want to make it special.
Bo: That's not going to be a problem, Z-box or no Z-box.
Gigi: You okay?
Marcie: Oh, yeah. She's a little angel.
Jared: Oh, yeah, well, we'll try to remember that next time she wakes up for her 1:00 a.m. feeding.
Jared: And her 4:00 a.m. feeding. And her 7:00 a.m. feeding.
Marcie: Yes, well, I remember the first time Tommy actually slept for more than four hours. I kept waking up ready to feed him, ready to feed him, and he was just conked out. I think that I was actually disappointed.
Jared: Something tells me we'll be able to handle that.
Gigi: Well, just you wait. One day you'll wake up and you'll be seriously bonded to this kid.
Natalie: Well, hopefully, Jessica will be back before then.
Tess: I just want to see my baby. What is so crazy about that? And why couldn't you have just helped me or stayed out of my way, huh? Or are you too bloodthirsty to understand a mother's love for her child?
Brody: That's not it at all.
Tess: Do you want to talk about crazy, doctor? This boy walks around hallucinating left and right.
Brody: Shut up.
Tess: You know how we talked about in the meeting how much better he's getting? Well, guess what. You know that kid that he killed in Iraq? Well, he's here. He's here all the time. And we're not talking about our nightmares, right, Brody? He walks around in the halls, all filled up with bullet holes, wondering, "Why? Why did you kill me Brody?" Isn't that right?
Brody: I told you to shut up about that!
Tess: I'm not going to shut up. And that kid is never going to be erased. He will haunt you forever, do you hear me? Not until you've paid for what you've done. Not until you're put down like the lying son of a bitch dog you are! And until you freaks let me see my baby!
Lola: Can I go tell my cousin the good news?
Vanessa: Sure, just call her.
Lola: Can I go over there? I mean, I should probably tell Langston the good news. Or maybe I should ask my new stepfather.
Vanessa: Give her a call first; make sure it's okay with Dr. Lord.
Lola: I will.
Vanessa: She's so happy. You're quiet.
Cristian: I have a lot to think about.
Vanessa: Yo tambien. Thank you, Cristian.
Cristian: I couldn't let them send you back to Colombia knowing the danger you're in.
Vanessa: Still, I know what this is costing you.
Brody: You're crazy. You don't know what you're talking about.
Tess: Do you want to know why you can't get that kid out of your head, Brody? Because deep down inside, you know you can snap and do it again, just like you almost did to that kid you call your own son.
Brody: I told you, I thought I was protecting him!
Tess: Really? Like you tried to protect that kid in Iraq by putting him in a body bag?
Dr. Levin: All right. Okay.
Tess: I was just trying to see my kid, Brody. I thought that you would understand that! Huh? Was it fun for you, taking advantage of me? Lording over desperate women and innocent children?
Brody: Wrong, you're dead wrong.
Orderly: Let's go. Don't you move a muscle.
Brody: She's wrong. You hear me, you're wrong!
Tess: Please let me out of here.
Dr. Levin: You know that's not going to happen.
Tess: I have to see --
Dr. Levin: Put that lamp down before you hurt someone.
Tess: I have to see my baby.
Dr. Levin: You're in no condition to handle a child.
Tess: No. Please, I have to see her. Somebody took her. Somebody did something to her. I have to make sure that she's okay, please. I don't want to hurt anyone. Please -- no, no, no, no. Please, don’t. No, no. Please, I have to see my baby, please.
Marcie: That's a Christmas tree with branches, ornaments --
Natalie: So, Santa, are you still on duty?
Bo: Well, these two look like a couple of my helpers. Yeah, I'll put in a little overtime. Who's first?
Marcie: Oh, Chloe's first. It's her first Christmas. And I think it might make it easier for Bree if she sees her little baby sister pave the way.
Sarah: I was just on my way out.
Cristian: Can we talk?
Sarah: I think you said it all back at court.
Cristian: That's not true. I love you. I couldn't say that back there, but I do.
Sarah: Yeah. Nothing says "I love you" like marrying another woman.
Cristian: Look, Sarah, it was the only way to keep Vanessa --
Sarah: I get it, okay?
Cristian: I love you, only you. You're the woman I want to be with.
Vanessa: I'm going to leave you two alone.
Sarah: No, I'm leaving.
Cristian: Please, don't go.
Sarah: Cristian, you heard the judge. Immigration will be gearing up to investigate your marriage. And if they go poking around, asking questions, and they find me here or any of my clothing or my pictures, Vanessa and Lola are going to be deported. And you -- I can't even talk about this.
["Carol of the Bells" playing]
[Cell phone rings]
Téa: Hello? I was wondering when I'd hear from you. I told you I'd take care of everything, didn't I? Well, not to worry. Everything is going swimmingly. I got them eating out of the palm of my hand.
>> On the next "One Life to Live" --
Cristian: I'm marrying Vanessa.
Sarah: I have to break up with him, right?
Todd: Do not put Marty on the stand.
Marty: I want to know why you would defend Todd Manning after everything he's done to you.
Todd: All right, what do you want?
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