One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 7/23/09
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Episode # 10486 ~ How to Handle a Woman
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Proofread By Kathy
Cole: Good morning.
Cole: How'd you sleep?
Starr: I didn't know I could sleep that well on the floor.
Cole: Hmm. Me, neither. This is how it should have been.
Cole: A year and a half ago, this is the night we should have had.
Starr: And every night after that.
Starr: I don't want to move.
Cole: Me, neither. I laid here with my eyes closed for like an hour.
Starr: Well, maybe if we don't move, the night'll never end.
Cole: Tried it. Didn't work. But if I have to wake up, I'm glad it's with you.
Man: One sec. Just put it over --
Rachel:: Hi. Oh, oh. It's too early, isn't it?
Greg: Uh -- no, no, no problem.
Rachel: I should have called first.
Greg: No, it's -- it's okay. I was awake.
Woman: Greg, is that room service?
Bo: Are you building a nest?
Nora: What? Oh, no. Oh, God.
Bo: No, leave it. It's okay. It'll give Nigel something to fuss over.
Nora: There's no shortage of that around here.
Bo: Mm-hmm. He still loves you.
Nora: Oh. Bo, he's suing us. I don't think he's feeling the love right now. How can you be so calm?
Bo: I don't think it'll go to trial.
Nora: But it could. And if he wins, he's going to get that surgery.
Bo: Not if we're able to keep a cool head.
Nora: How in the world are we supp --
Matthew: So what's this judge like? Sympathetic? What, like he'll sorry for me, or like he'll help me? Well, great.
Matthew: Okay, call me about the hearing date. Well, how fast is "fast track"? All right, excellent, thank you. So what's for breakfast, Dad?
Téa: Ahh... leave me alone.
Todd: Well, what if you're the love of my life? Would you talk to me then?
[Phone hits wall]
Shaun: Mr. Manning again?
Téa: How ever did you guess?
Shaun: Ms. Cramer used to do the same thing. We put every phone on an insurance plan, bulk rate. You might want to think about that.
Téa: Thanks for the tip.
Shaun: So what did he do this time?
Téa: He slept with another woman.
Shaun: You hold that thought.
Téa: Not just any random slut. The biggest, the worst --
Blair: Come on, Téa.
Blair: Anybody home?
Starr: So, this is all the evidence, right? You'll get rid of it when you go?
Cole: You think your dad goes through the trash?
Starr: I don't want to take any chances. But if he did, I would just have to fight him on it.
Cole: But why look for trouble?
Cole: You know, I think if anyone's going to find me, they would have -- it would have happened by now.
Starr: Yeah, but I'd be happy to keep peace in this house.
Cole: Yeah, me, too. It's like everything is going right for the first time. I'm probably staying out of jail. I have you and Hope.
Cole: I don't want to mess it up.
Starr: Yeah, you should probably leave.
Cole: Really, really soon.
Starr: Hmm. Okay. Well, you put some clothes on, and I will go and get Hope, and then we just have to be really careful, okay?
Todd's voice on intercom: Hey, there, cutie pie, how you doing? Good morning.
Todd: Yeah, rise and shine, huh? I have an idea. What do you say you and I go see Aunt Téa? That way, she won't yell at grandpa. Hmm? What do you think? You want to go out? Is that a yes? I'll take that as a yes, but we should tell your mom, or she'll freak out, okay? Should we go wake up Mommy?
Todd's voice on intercom: Let's go wake up Mommy.
Cole: I'll go out the window.
Todd's voice on intercom: She's sleeping. We'll have to wake up Mommy.
Clint: So, are you still ready to walk down the aisle again?
Viki: This schedule we agreed to -- I mean, what were you thinking?
Clint: Tell me about it, yeah.
Viki: Oh --
Clint: Say, I assume that you got one of these?
Viki: I told the kids no parties! We don't have any time! Natalie said, "Pipe down, Mom. All you have to do is show up for a few hours. We'll take care of everything."
Clint: Yeah. Well, you know, there's a job in the diplomatic corps for our girl.
Viki: Okay, how are you and Nora coming along with your wedding plans, hmm?
Clint: Just beautifully. We're barely speaking.
Clint: I don't know if our part of the double wedding is going to happen.
Bo: Hey, you want to catch a Phillies game next week?
Matthew: We'll probably be in court, Dad.
Bo: Hmm. Well, I'll get the tickets. You let me know, okay?
Nora: Do you know that Cherryvale's got a triple-a team?
Bo: How come Llanview can't get its own team?
Nora: I don't know. Didn't Asa have a baseball team?
Matthew: Really? So what's next, the weather? Don't you guys have anything to say? I'm taking you to court.
Bo: We know.
Matthew: You don't want to talk about it?
Nora: Any chance you'll change your mind?
Matthew: No. I mean, it's my body, it's my life. If I want surgery, I should be able to have it.
Bo: Well, I guess there's nothing to talk about then.
Matthew: Why, because you know you're going to lose?
Bo: No, Matthew, because I'm sure that we won't lose.
Rachel: I so should have called first.
Man: Where do you want this?
Rachel: Oh, not me. Not mine.
Greg: Right over here, please.
Greg: Uh -- here you go.
Rachel: I'm really sorry.
Rachel: You know what? I'll just -- I'll give you a call later.
Woman: Don't go on my account.
Greg: Oh, what's up?
Woman: No, my G.S.W. from last night is spiking a fever.
Greg: Oh. You need a surgeon?
Woman: I had a good time.
Greg: Me, too.
Woman: I'm glad you're sticking around. Uh -- nice seeing you again.
Rachel: Same here. I am really sorry.
Greg: Stop that. Dr. Wright is a friend.
Rachel: Well, it's nice that you have friends here. You know what? I'll just -- I'm going to let you eat in peace.
Greg: No way. You like French toast?
Rachel: I couldn't.
Greg: Why, you on a diet?
Greg: Uh -- well, I am. So eat this before it goes to waste. Besides, I like the company.
Todd's voice on intercom: You are just going to melt Aunt Téa's heart, you know that?
Starr: Oh, my God. Cole, no, you can't jump out the window. It's too high, and you can't even get to the roof from here.
Cole: You're sure?
Starr: Yes, I'm sure. I've tried, believe me.
Cole: All right, the closet.
Starr: Yes, quickly. Okay.
Dorian's voice on intercom: Hold it right there. Put that baby back in its crib and let it sleep.
Todd's voice on intercom: No, she's been awake for a while. It's time for her to get up and see the world.
Starr: Oh. Go, Aunt Dorian.
Dorian's voice on intercom: And where do you intend to take her?
Todd: I don't know -- out, yeah? It's a nice day. I've got stuff to do outside.
Dorian: You're not going anywhere until we have a discussion -- about all the illicit sex going on in this house.
Todd's voice on intercom: Illicit? That's a little over the top, don't you think?
Dorian's voice on intercom: A Cramer woman has been violated.
Blair: Hello, Shaun.
Shaun: Ms. Cramer. I'll leave you to it.
Blair: Good morning, Téa.
Téa: What do you want?
Blair: I just thought I'd come by and clear the air.
Téa: Fumigate the cabana is more like it. I have nothing to say to you.
Blair: Well, you know what? I have something to say to you.
Blair: Todd shouldn't have slept with me yesterday.
Téa: But he just couldn't help himself?
Blair: Well, see, I can't speak for Todd, but --
Téa: But you just did, Blair. You said, Todd shouldn't have slept with you. I guess that makes you an innocent bystander? I mean, of course, if you had been standing, as opposed to horizontal.
Blair: Okay, okay. It was a mistake. I shouldn't have slept with Todd, and it will never happen again.
Téa: Wait a second.
Téa: Are you, Blair Cramer, apologizing to me?
Rachel: You know, I didn't just come here to embarrass myself and grab free food. I wanted to thank you for saving my client's life yesterday.
Greg: Oh, you don't have to thank me. That's what I do.
Rachel: You should have seen Brendan's parents when they got to the hospital. They wanted to throw you a parade.
Greg: Really? With confetti and everything?
Rachel: I told them a thank-you letter would be enough.
Greg: Damn. You killed my moment.
Rachel: Will you be serious?
Greg: Look, like I said, it's my job.
Rachel: And you are good at it.
Greg: Well, I've said that, too.
Rachel: So you have.
Greg: Well, maybe you'd like to come watch me in my operating room sometime. Some real tools and some real work?
Rachel: Well, I'm a little squeamish, but I guess I could get over it.
Greg: Sure you could.
Rachel: Well, then when do we set it up?
Greg: Just as soon as the Buchanans agree to let me operate on Matthew.
Rachel: Ah. So never?
Greg: Don't be so sure of that.
Rachel: I can't see them changing their minds. You can.
Greg: Well, my little sister's on it, so all bets are off.
Nigel: Oh, good morning, Ms. Destiny.
Destiny: Hi, Nigel.
Nigel: Matthew is inside with his parents. I'll announce you.
Destiny: Not yet. I need to talk to you first.
Matthew: Please, the judge will take one look at me and be on my side.
Bo: I beg to differ.
Nora: You know, honey, I don't think you understand what a big step this is. I mean, legally speaking.
Matthew: There are precedents.
Nora: And precedents? Did you hear that from a lawyer?
Matthew: Not a lawyer, my lawyer.
Nora: Okay. Well, did your lawyer also misinform you by telling you that it was easy to become an emancipated minor?
Matthew: I'm not doing that. I'm suing for the right to consent to surgery for myself. I mean, it's my only hope.
Bo: Son, do you think that your mom and I just stopped caring about you all of a sudden?
Bo: Then maybe you could try to see that we're looking out for your best interests.
Matthew: You're just scared. Whatever.
Matthew: Look, just because you're my parents doesn't mean you're right. Parents screw up all the time.
Dorian's voice on intercom: My home is a sanctuary, and I will not have it overrun by horny teenagers.
Starr: Oh, my God! How does she know?
Cole: Are there cameras in here or --
Todd's voice on intercom: I have no idea what you're talking about, Dorian.
Dorian: I'll give you a clue. These sexcapades are over. Here and now.
Todd: You've made rules of sexual propriety? With your track record?
Dorian: You are hereby on notice. Don't you ever have sex with Blair again.
Cole: Shh, shh. Deep -- deep breath, okay? Quiet.
Starr: Did you hear what she just said? My mom had sex with my dad! Ew!
Téa: Photo op.
Blair: No, what? Téa --
Téa: This is a moment to remember!
Blair: No, no! Stop that!
Téa: You're apologizing! Let's have it!
Blair: I just said that it's not going to happen again, and I'd appreciate it if you didn't go blabbing it all over town that it happened.
Téa: You're not very good at apologizing, are you, Blair? I didn't hear the words, "I'm sorry" in there.
Blair: Like any of that is going to take away the pain. I saw how hurt you were.
Téa: Oh, you don't know squat.
Téa: And I know that you're invested in Todd and this fantasy that you could actually have a relationship with him.
Téa: You have no idea what I want, Blair.
Blair: Oh, listen, I saw it on your face. Todd hurt you, and he was a creep for doing it, but that's how he is. That's who he is. I know that, you know that.
Téa: Don't talk about him.
Téa: Let's get back to what a creep you are, Blair, huh? What were you doing with him?
Blair: Well, Todd and I have chemistry, Téa, and sometimes it just erupts.
Téa: Oh. And you're just a bitch in heat? You can't control yourself?
Blair: I am not the one throwing myself at men who are not worth it.
Téa: No, you're the one taking whatever she can get. Right, Blair? 'Cause John dumped you because he loves Marty. You feel sorry for me? You haven't been able to carry on a decent relationship your whole, entire life, so you keep clinging to Todd.
Blair: No, see, I'm not clinging to Todd. He wants me, and you are never going to be first with him. You saw it yourself. Oh, that look on your face -- all the hurt, all the pain.
Téa: Ugh! You mean -- you mean that look?
Dorian's voice on intercom: Blair told me all about what happened in the cabana yesterday.
Cole: The -- the cabana?
Starr: Wait here.
Starr: Oh, my gosh.
Todd's voice on intercom: Yeah, did she give you details?
Todd: Huh. Did she tell you that she seduced me?
Dorian: Blair did nothing of the sort.
Todd: Would you like a blow by blow account?
Dorian: You just keep it zipped from now on. Oh, baby.
Starr: Arguing about s-e-x in front of the baby? Very nice.
Todd: Hey, sweetie.
Dorian: Hi, honey. I don't know what you think you heard, but --
Starr: I heard everything. Every word. Mom and Dad in the cabana? Ew.
Dorian: Yeah, I'm having the place fumigated.
Todd: Starr, your mom and I had a little nostalgic --
Starr: Dad, please, save it. I do not want to hear it, and neither does my baby.
Todd: I don't think she understands what we're talking about.
Starr: It doesn't matter. Come here. Hope is coming with me.
Todd: Well, wait a minute.
Starr: What? What do you mean, wait a minute? Look, you and Mom can try things again if you want, but your sex life is your business, and my sex life is mine.
Todd: Your sex life?
Dorian: Darling, what is that supposed to mean?
Clint: I just wanted to give Nora and Matthew another option. Now it's all gone to hell in a hand basket.
Viki: Did you really tell Bo you would find another best man?
Clint: Uh -- yeah, not one of my better moments.
Viki: There's a long list of those in this story, on both sides.
Clint: Well, Viki, I'm not asking you to fix anything.
Viki: Well, that's good, because I can't.
Clint: I'm just giving you a heads-up and letting you know that you and Charlie might be having a single wedding, after all.
Viki: But has it really gone that far?
Clint: I don't know how we can get married with things the way they are.
Viki: Well, that's true. So apologize.
Viki: For acting as if Nora chose Bo over you.
Clint: If you had been there, you would have seen exactly that.
Viki: Bo and Nora listened to Dr. Evans and decided that was not the right way to go for Matthew. It wasn't about you. And it wasn't about Bo. If Nora chose anyone, she chose Matthew.
Matthew: You're just trying to psych me out. I know the looks. I'm -- I'm going to win.
Bo: Son, you're about to sue the commissioner of police and the district attorney. That is an uphill battle.
Matthew: Yeah, well, my lawyer knows how to handle you. She's beaten you plenty of times.
Nora: Matthew, who's this lawyer, hmm? What soulless ambulance chaser would possibly take this case?
Téa: Téa Delgado. I hear she's the best.
Blair: Yeah, condescending -- don't --
Téa: Oh, bitch!
Blair: Téa! You -- don't --
Téa: I'm sick of you!
Blair: Don't you dare! Don't! Are you one --
Téa: Ah! Ugh!
Shaun: Whoa, whoa! Whoa, over there! Ms. Cramer, back up! Ms. Cramer, back up!
Téa: Get off of me!
Shaun: You sit down! Have you lost your natural mind?
Blair: Hold me back!
Shaun: You're fighting over Todd manning? For real? You break the stuff in here, it's on me.
Téa: Don't worry, Shaun, I will take responsibility. Do not worry.
Shaun: I have somewhere I have to be. Will you two please behave?
Blair: Look, I'm fine. I'm -- we're fine!
Téa: We are absolutely in control. Go ahead.
[Blair and Téa panting]
Shaun: You know what? The man signs my checks. I have to say, Todd Manning isn't worth this.
Blair: Well, he's right, you know.
Téa: What are you agreeing with him about? I thought you didn't want Todd?
Blair: I don't!
Téa: Well, then you should have kept your skimpy little, tacky little bikini bottoms on!
Blair: Oh --
Nora: Téa Delgado? You hired Téa Delgado?
Matthew: Yes, ma'am.
Bo: With what? How are you paying her?
Matthew: We worked something out.
Nora: Vengeance pro bono.
Nora: Excuse me.
Destiny: You know Matthew's suing his parents.
Nigel: I heard.
Destiny: Bet it was either real quiet or real loud around here today.
Nigel: Quiet. A deafening quiet.
Destiny: Any chance his parents will back down first?
Nora: ...Sneaking snake sticking her nose in my business...
Nigel: It seems the deafly quiet is ending.
Destiny: So they're going to fight him?
Bo: Commissioner Buchanan, Llanview P.D. I want to check the status of a Bar Association ethics case, against Téa Delgado.
Nigel: I trust you've gathered the general sentiment?
Destiny: It's war.
Matthew: Hey, Destiny. When did you get here?
Destiny: In time to see your parents trip out.
Matthew: Yeah, they finally realize I'm serious.
Destiny: Maybe you shouldn't make it so legal with them.
Matthew: Are you kidding? This is the best I've felt since the accident, and I have you to thank. I mean, I'm so happy, I could kiss you.
Greg: Do you still think that Matthew's life would be in danger in my operating room?
Rachel: I was impressed with your work, but I'm not the person that you have to convince. That's my mom and Bo.
Greg: Would they listen to you?
Rachel: I am not going to get in the middle of this, Greg. This has to be a decision that they can live with and not blame anyone else for later. The person that needs to convince them is you. You know what? I actually -- I need to get to the --
Greg: No, no, wait one second. Oh!
Greg: Oh, I -- I am so sorry.
Rachel: Oh, don't worry.
Greg: Now you know what my biggest secret is, huh?
Rachel: What, that you're a klutz outside of the O.R.?
Rachel: You know what? I got it. Bathroom?
Greg: That way.
Rachel: That's okay, thanks.
[Knock on door]
Greg: Uh --
Shaun: Hey. Bad time?
Greg: Yeah, yeah.
Shaun: I'll be fast. I'm glad you're staying.
Shaun: You heard me. I'm glad you're sticking around.
Greg: Destiny's happy I'm sticking around.
Shaun: No, I mean for me, too. I know I didn't give you much of a warm welcome, so --
Greg: No. No love at all.
Shaun: Well, maybe we can change that.
Greg: Uh -- okay. So, what happened to you?
Shaun: Nothing, I just saw two grown woman tear after each other like little kids, and it made me think. So, we'll try it.
Greg: Sure, sure.
Shaun: Whoa, it looks like it's a real bad time. You got somebody here with you, player?
Shaun: Hell, no!
Blair: As far as I'm concerned, I hope I never have to see Todd Manning ever again!
Téa: As far as I'm concerned, you and Todd can both go to hell!
Blair: Let me borrow that.
Téa: I just broke it! Besides, you've taken enough from me already.
Blair: Oh, I haven't taken anything from you, Téa. I will always be under Todd's skin, even if I don't want it. And you will never own him.
Blair: She's all yours.
Todd: What about your sex life?
Starr: This isn't about me, this is about you and Mom and the cabana. I mean, what if Jack and Sam walked in on you guys? They would be scarred for life.
Todd: Jack and Sam were somewhere else and being taken care of. You're ducking my question.
Starr: There's nothing for us to talk about. Oh, and another thing -- my daughter is not a human shield, or bait, or a way for you to score points with your girlfriend. So if you want to look lovable, get a puppy.
Dorian: Well, so, we're clear, okay? Blair's hurting, and you are going to let her heal.
Todd: Dorian, the only reason I'm living here is because the judge ordered it.
Todd: I'm trying to make things right with Téa, actually.
Dorian: Hmm, how's that going?
Todd: We've had better days.
Dorian: Would you like some help?
Nora: Matthew says you're his lawyer.
Téa: That is correct.
Nora: It's kind of a loser of a case. What would possess you to take it?
Téa: I disagree with your assessment. I don't think it's a loser of a case, I think your son has a legitimate claim.
Nora: Hmm. It would be kind of fun to stick it to me, though, wouldn't it?
Téa: That is not why I am taking the case, Nora.
Nora: Then why? It's not as if there's any money in it, because Matthew certainly doesn't have any.
Téa: My expenses are being paid in full.
Nora: By whom?
Téa: Matthew and I have an arrangement. And that's all I'll say on the matter. Have you talked to Matthew about this?
Nora: Yeah, of course we've talked.
Téa: Okay, and have you listened to him? I mean, really listened to him? He feels powerless, Nora. He sees hope for the first time in his life since the accident, and you won't let him anywhere near it. This surgery could allow him to walk again.
Nora: Or kill him. It could kill him, Téa. Have you looked at the numbers, Delgado? Because Bo and I have. And, yeah, there's a lot of swagger and promise on the Evans side of this equation, but then there are the cold, hard numbers.
Téa: Greg Evans has a great record with this surgery.
Nora: I came within a breath of losing my son by accident. I'm not going to deliberately put his life at risk.
Téa: That's about you, Nora, that's not about Matthew.
Nora: My son is standing on the edge of a cliff ready to jump, and you are cheering him on. Please, God, don't do this, Téa. Please, I'm begging you, don't do this.
Todd: Advice on love from you?
Dorian: We both want the same thing. And despite our past history, I'm willing to help.
Todd: That's okay. I don't need it.
Dorian: So what are you doing to make things up with Téa?
Todd: I'm working on that.
Dorian: Hmm. Let me guess. You're leaving messages, you're texting her, and she's telling you to get lost?
Todd: She's telling me to die, actually.
Dorian: So you're getting nowhere. What's your next move? It better be something bold.
Todd: Really? Like what?
Dorian: Move back in with her.
Todd: Ah. New at this? Good try, Dorian. You'd love that, wouldn't you? I leave here and I lose my kids.
Dorian: You'll never get Téa back if she thinks you're here bumping into Blair in every room in the house.
Todd: Right. So, what am I supposed to do, Dorian?
Dorian: I'm not sure it will work. It is radical.
Todd: Oh. Try me.
Cole: Hey, that last line you gave your dad -- genius.
Starr: Hope is staying in here until grandpa leaves. How much did you hear?
Cole: I am never changing in that cabana again.
Cole: Hey, baby girl. Huh? Did you sleep good?
Starr: Yes, she is wide awake. I think she'd like some -- how about a picnic in the backyard? What do you say?
Cole: I can't.
Starr: Well, how about breakfast in the backyard?
Cole: I would love to hide out here all day --
Starr: Jack and Sam are going to tennis camp, and the rest of the family will scatter. We might have the whole house to ourselves.
Cole: Starr, I'm meeting John today. I go undercover today.
Starr: Can't it wait one day?
Cole: We only have a month. That's not much time to get inside a drug ring.
Starr: Hmm. It just sounds like those stories that I hear on the news. People getting killed.
Cole: No, it'll be one of those stories where a bunch of jerks are heading to the police station with their jackets over their head, and John McBain's up there talking about a bunch of arrests, and no more drugs at Llanview high, and I'll be home watching it with you and hope.
Starr: I'm still scared for you.
Cole: Me, too, but that's what's going to keep me safe.
Cole: And it's definitely better than prison.
Starr: Mm-hmm. I hope so.
Cole: It is. And I won't see you two for a little while now, but in the end, we'll be together.
Clint: Every day, Bo gets more and more like pa. He'd spit nails to hear me say that, but he's just so damn stubborn.
Viki: A stubborn Buchanan -- how could that happen?
Clint: It's not as simple as what we're making it out to be and --
Viki: It is not simple, you're right. But the decision you have to make is very simple. Can you make up with Nora, and Bo? Because if you can't, we're going to have to start calling all your wedding guests.
Shaun: This is how you do? You come into town, you break our sister's heart, but you sleep with my girl?
Rachel: I didn't sleep with him!
Rachel: I didn't spend the night here. I came here this morning. Brendan's parents asked me to come and thank Greg for saving their son's life.
Shaun: So you had to fix your shirt to do that?
Rachel: I spilt water on it, see?
Shaun: That's it?
Rachel: Yes, that's it.
Shaun: Those damn women are contagious.
Rachel: What is wrong with you?
Shaun: I'm -- I'm sorry. I'm a fool. I mean, I saw the food, the robes, and the bedroom. I jumped to conclusions. Rachel, Greg, I'm sorry.
Rachel: It's fine.
Shaun: You all right, man? You need a doctor?
Greg: No, I have one on call, thanks!
Shaun: I'm sorry, seriously.
Greg: Look, do you seriously think that I would make a move on your woman? Damn!
Nora: My son is 15 years old. He's still a child.
Téa: And he wants a chance at a real life.
Nora: He's got one now! And when he grows up, he'll understand that.
Téa: That's easy for you to say.
Nora: Listen, every kid wants something in life that isn't right or isn't safe. That's why parents have to be the one to say no, because kids don't have the maturity to make a judgment that could affect their whole life, or end it!
Téa: You trod out your medical experts. I'll put Dr. Evans on the stand, and we'll let the court decide if this is one of those times.
Nora: You know, if you had kids, you'd feel differently. I'm pretty damn sure about that.
Téa: Maybe you're right. But I have made a commitment to Matthew, and I'm not going to back down.
Nora: No matter what I say?
Téa: Why don't you try saying it to Matthew, and really listen to him this time?
Nora: What do you -- I have -- well, you don't think I've been listening?
Téa: Apparently not, or we wouldn't be here right now. There is still time to keep this out of court.
Nora: Yeah, why don't you tell him how bad the odds are for him in court?
Téa: That's not what I meant. I meant, you two could settle this by yourselves. And for the sake of your relationship, I sure hope you do. But in the meantime, I will be taking my cues from my client.
Nora: You know, Téa, someday, you are going to have a kid of your own. And then you're going to understand what you've done.
Nora: Then you can say "I told you so" --
Nora: No, I don't want to have to say that. I just feel sorry for you. Ugh. She's all yours.
Destiny: What's going on?
Rachel: Oh, we were just talking. What are you guys up to?
Matthew: Good news. Save a place in your schedule for my surgery.
Rachel: Mom and Bo agreed to it?
Matthew: Not exactly.
Bo: How'd it go with Delgado?
Nora: Oh -- she wouldn't budge.
Bo: Then we'll get her in court. What?
Nora: She says we're not listening to Matthew. Is that true?
Bo: I thought we were.
Nora: Yeah, I did, too. Oh, but then again, I thought he was happy. I mean, not happy. But you know, that he had -- he had accepted everything the way it was. I mean, God, he just -- he seemed so good after the accident. Do you remember that?
Bo: Yeah. I mean, he was better than we were.
Nora: But then -- but -- but that's not how he feels, Bo. How did we miss that? I mean, all this anger and this despair that's making him say now that he would rather die than live in that chair -- I mean, how did we miss that? How did we not see those signs?
Bo: Maybe it snuck up on him, too. Maybe we should have known that things couldn't always be that good and that he might crack. But, Nora, look. He's still our boy. You know? We still got him.
Nora: I know, but --
Clint: Good morning.
Nora: Good morning, Clint.
Clint: Look -- ahem -- I owe both of you an apology. Yesterday, I acted like a jackass. I'm sorry. And I could use a best man, Bo. Are you still willing?
Nora: Clint -- I can't marry you tomorrow.
Starr: What do you mean, you can't see us now? I mean, we can't come visit you, but you will visit us, right?
Cole: Right. When I can. If I can.
Starr: Okay. What is that supposed to mean, though? Like, once a day? Once a week?
Cole: Starr, it's possible that I won't be able to come at all. I mean, it might be good if part of my cover story is that I've broken up with you.
Starr: But -- do you think that they're going to come after us?
Cole: I don't know. But I won't take any chances. It's only a month.
Starr: That's 10% of her life.
Cole: Starr, do you think I want to be away from you and Hope? Especially after last night?
Cole: Look, I love you, both. That's why I'm doing this.
Cole: I'm sorry, I really have to go.
Starr: I don't want to say good-bye.
Cole: Me, neither.
Cole: But if I do this right, then we don't have to do it again.
Starr: Just please, please, please -- look, she doesn't want you to go, either. Be careful.
Cole: I will.
[Hope continues fussing]
Cole: I have a lot to live for.
Starr: Oh! That's too cute.
Cole: There's one for you, too.
Starr: Oh. She's so sad.
Dorian: Hi, Bla -- where have you been, and what have you been doing?
Dorian: What happened to your face?
Blair: I ran into Téa's fist.
Dorian: Oh, really? I'll get you some ice.
Blair: No, listen, that woman is barely out of a wheelchair and she thinks she can pick a fight with me? I mean, can you believe that?
Dorian: Well, where did you run into her?
Blair: Over at Todd's.
Dorian: You were at Todd's? What were you doing over there?
Blair: I was apologizing. Now, stop yelling, and if you want to talk, come in here.
Dorian: You were what? Apologizing?
Dorian: Oh, sure. And I guess you took the opportunity to rub Téa's nose into the fact that you and Todd had sex together.
Blair: Well, you know what? She should consider herself warned. Todd is a big slime that's never going to be faithful to her, so she might as well leave him alone.
Dorian: Uh-huh. Do you think the lesson took?
Blair: I don't know. I can tell you this much -- she's not going to come slobbering all over Todd in this house in front of my kids again.
Dorian: Oh, really?
Dorian: Oh, really?
Blair: What has got your panties in a twist this morning?
Dorian: Blair, I've got something to tell you. And I think you better sit down.
Todd: What was that all about?
Téa: None of your damn business.
Todd: Wait a minute.
Téa: I have nothing to say to you!
Todd: Okay, okay, just don't say anything. Watch me and listen.
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