OLTL Transcript Tuesday 8/18/09

One Life to Live Transcript Tuesday 8/18/09

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Episode # 10504 ~ To Walk, Perchance To Dream

Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Kathy

Todd: "Téa Delgado, education"--

Blair: Todd, just give me--give--give them to me, please.

Todd: What the hell is this, Blair?

Blair: Nothing! Just get--get out of my club.

Todd: You're investigating Téa?

Blair: No, I'm not.

Todd: But you're having someone else do it. Aren't you?

Blair: All right, I am.

Todd: Why? What do you want to know?

Téa: Your Honor, I'd like your permission to question the witness in his chair.

Judge: Of course.

Téa: Thank you, Your Honor. Matthew, would you explain what happened after your accident, on March 6, 2009?

Matthew: I was thrown from the car about 25 feet, I think they said. Nobody knew I was even in the car. Then my dad found me.

Téa: And then?

Matthew: They took me to the hospital. That's when my life changed.

Téa: Tell us, Matthew. Exactly how has your life changed?

Greg: How come we always end up arguing?

Rachel: Your friend Vivian would say it's because I'm attracted to you.

Greg: Funny, she said the same thing to me.

Rachel: She said I'm attracted to you?

Greg: No. She said that I was attracted to you.

Rachel: Oh.

Greg: Yeah. At least that's what she thinks.

Rachel: Uh-huh.

Greg: And Vivian's a smart lady.

Rex: Get the hell off my girlfriend! I've had enough of this crap!

Gigi: Rex, lay off of him. You don't get it!

Rex: I come all the way out here and I find this guy all over you, again. So, please, tell me. What part of this do I not get?

Kimberly: Well? What's the verdict?

Stacy: Well, if I'm going to get pregnant, it better be now. Otherwise, I'll have to wait till next month, and that's not an option.

Kimberly: Not if you want to pass the kid off as Rex's. Girl, you better get busy. So, we've got this tuna guy.

Stacy: Fish? Oh, my God. You're such a moron. His name is Fish.

Kimberly: Hey, I'm the one who has your back in this mess. So, Fish, Kyle, or Schuyler. Which lucky guy gets to be your baby daddy?

Téa: Matthew, tell us about your experience in Llanview Hospital.

Matthew: Well, at first I thought I was fine. I asked my parents if I could go home. And I just thought I had a couple bumps and bruises. And then Dr. McBain did a couple tests on me. He checked my feet to see if I felt anything, and I didn’t. And then Dr. McBain called a specialist.

Matthew: Did you find out why I can't move my legs?

Bo: Yeah. Yeah, we did.

Matthew: It's not temporary, is it?

Téa: And was your condition explained to you?

Matthew: By the doctor, and then my parents talked to me.

Matthew: Can they fix my legs?

Nora: You're going to have a fully productive life, I promise you that.

Matthew: Just tell me. Am I going to be like this for the rest of my life? Just please, be straight with me. Am I going to spend the rest of my life in a wheelchair?

Bo: Worst-case scenario. Yeah.

Téa: Matthew, how did you feel when they told you that?

Nora: Don't shut us out.

Matthew: I'm not trying to shut you out, I just--I just need to be by myself.

Matthew: My parents said we were in this together, but they weren't paralyzed, I was.

Bo: I know right now, this seems like the worst thing in the world, but it could have been a whole lot worse. And you could have died in that accident, but you didn’t. You're still here. And you're still you.

Téa: How did you feel?

Matthew: Alone. I mean, I tried to be okay for my parents, but I wasn't okay.

Gigi: Rex, you are overreacting. We were just talking.

Rex: No, this is talking. What that was, that's called groping.

Gigi: Do you even hear yourself?

Schuyler: Okay. All right, all right. I--I think I can explain this if you will shut up long enough to hear me, okay? What you just walked in on right now was me hugging Gigi goodbye.

Rex: Goodbye?

Schuyler: Yeah, that's what you wanted, isn't it? You wanted me to take a hike, back up off your girl? Well, I'm doing that. I don't want to cause problems between you two.

Rex: No, you're the one with the problem. You're hung up on a girl who's already taken.

Gigi: "Taken"? Excuse me?

Rex: You know what I mean.

Schuyler: Okay, I don't care what you want to call it, okay? She's your girlfriend, she's your son's mom. And if it freaks you out that we're hanging out together, then--then--okay.

Rex: Oh, so now you're playing the role of the sensitive new age guy? I know you came on to her. You kissed her.

Gigi: Rex, please--

Rex: This guy is not your friend, Gigi. Can you see that? He's on the make.

Schuyler: Oh.

Rex: Why don't you just admit it?

Kimberly: Schuyler--he's definitely our best shot.

Stacy: No way!

Kimberly: Why not? You already know the territory, so to speak.

Stacy: Yeah, but things have been really funky between us lately.

Kimberly: He is into your sister.

Stacy: Oh, no, I can get past that. That's not a deal breaker at all.

Kimberly: It sure wasn't with Rex. So, Schuyler is out--too much work. We're down to Kyle and Mr. Tuna.

Stacy: Fish.

Kimberly: The clock's ticking, honey. Just get one of these guys in the sack and eenie, meenie. I mean, blackmailing med student or horny cop?

Man: You're bad. Listen, I was just about to hit the free weights. Want to give me a spot?

Kyle: I--I already worked out. Sorry.

Man: Oh. Well--

Kyle: But maybe we could--I don't know--go get a coffee or a drink sometime.

Man: I think the chances are excellent.

Kyle: Why don't you give me your number?

Man: Seriously, call me.

[Phone rings]

Kyle: Kyle.

Stacy: Hi, there, Kyle. It's Stacy Morasco. Remember me?

Kimberly: That's it. Work it, girl.

Blair: You know, you're the one that insisted on bringing Téa back into our children's lives.

Todd: Now, didn't you hire to win custody?

Blair: No, I didn’t. That was Dorian. I was in a coma. But now that she's back and looks like she's here to stay, I want to know every little thing there is to know about her.

Todd: Téa has been in Starr’s life before. You didn't do a background check on her then.

Blair: Starr is big enough to take care of herself now. It's Jack and Sam that I'm worried about.

[Todd sighs]

Todd: Just drop it. Blair, there's nothing else to know about Téa.

Blair: You sure about that?

Todd: Oh, what have we got here? Her--her bar exam records? High school records? That's--that's really fascinating stuff.

Blair: Wait, Todd. What about all the other stuff that's not in here? Her life when she wasn't living in Llanview, all that stuff.

Todd: What the hell are you talking about?

Blair: Téa Delgado, the missing years. She's hiding something, Todd.

Todd: Who isn't?

Blair: I know that she's hiding something. She practically told me when we were down in that basement and almost died.

Todd: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, I remember all that from court. That's right.

Blair: And it's the truth. She has a secret, and I'm going to find out what it is.

Téa: You've lived with paralysis for over five months. How do you feel about it now?

Matthew: I wonder all the time if the life I have is worth living. But the worst is when I wake up. At least in my sleep, in my dreams, I can walk.

Todd: What do you think this big secret of Téa's is? She doesn't recycle?

Blair: Ha, ha, ha. That's funny.

Todd: Right, right. It can't be that because it's got to be big, according to you. So what, is she a mass murderer? Maybe she was a man before.

Blair: It is huge, Todd. People don't confess little secrets when they're about to die.

Todd: Blair, come on. Why do you really care about Téa's big secret?

Blair: I told you already.

Todd: Right, the kids.

Blair: Mm-hmm. Do you really want our children hanging around with someone who's living a lie?

Todd: This isn't about the kids, and you know it.

Blair: Yes, it is.

Todd: No. You're snooping around in Téa's life because you can't stand the fact that she and I are happy together. That we're building something together. You're jealous.

Téa: Do you recognize this picture?

Matthew: It's the freshman soccer team.

Téa: Is that you?

Matthew: Yes.

Téa: I understand last fall, you tied the record for goals scored. And this is the basketball team, right? This is you, correct?

Matthew: Yes.

Téa: Hmm. You're something of a jock.

Matthew: I guess I was.

Téa: Now, it says here you were MVP.

Matthew: I wasn't that big, but the coach said I had a lot of hustle. I liked being part of a team.

Nora: Why does she have to put him through this?

Bo: I think he's trying to make a point. And we owe it to him to listen.

Téa: This is the baseball team, but you're not in this picture. Do you not like baseball?

Matthew: No, I love it. I play third base, but the season started after my accident.

Judge: Ms. Delgado, where are you going with this?

Téa: I'm trying to establish the quality of Matthew's life before he was injured. The life he hopes to regain.

Judge: Fine. Keep it moving.

Téa: Okay. Matthew, let's leap forward to June 23, 2009. Did anything of any significance happen on that day?

Matthew: That's the day Dr. Evans showed up.

Rachel: Vivian's a smart lady, huh?

Greg: Oh, yeah. Went to Harvard Med. Undergraduate degree from Columbia. She's traveled everywhere, read history. But reading people-- well, that's not her thing.

Rachel: She sure thinks it is.

Greg: Cut her some slack. You're a very striking woman. She assumed I was interested. But she was way off base. I mean, you're dating my brother.

Rachel: Thank you for talking sense. I mean, that's not to say that I think you're unattractive. You are attractive and successful, but that doesn't mean that we, you know--

Greg: No, no, I--I know.

Rachel: You know that whole thin line between love and hate thing? That's--that's just stupid.

Greg: And we hate each other, right?

Rachel: Hate is a strong word.

Greg: Well, not my word choice, yours.

Rachel: All I'm saying is, hate or serious dislike--that doesn't mean that we secretly want to jump into bed together.

Greg: Of course not. I mean-- well, there you have it. Finally, we agree upon something, right?

Kyle: So, what's going on?

Stacy: I need to see you.

Kyle: Really? Why?

Stacy: Don't we have some unfinished business?

Kyle: I don't think so.

Stacy: Oh, I think so. What do you say, come over?

Kyle: Fine. Over where? Sure. I'm on my way.

Kimberly: Oh!

Oliver: Is everything okay?

Kyle: Yeah. I'll see you around. Or not.

Stacy: Well, that was easy. Now he's on his way over.

Kimberly: You're going to do more than touch up your lipstick, right?

Stacy: Okay, what do you think I am, an amateur?

Kimberly: You'd better not be, because when that Kyle dude gets over here, you've got to rock his world to make a baby. Rex's baby.

Schuyler: Why do you care what I feel about Gigi? She loves you, I respect that, so--

Rex: You respect that? You always grope people you respect?

Gigi: Rex, enough! He didn't grope me. We were saying goodbye, because he's letting go of this friendship, for you.

Rex: Yeah, he's all heart.

Schuyler: Okay--hey--um--I'm right here. Maybe I could--I don't know--speak for myself?

Gigi: Sorry. Please, go ahead.

Schuyler: Thank you. Okay, Gigi and I got close when we were trying to prove to you what Stacy was doing, okay? And for whatever reason, you were uncomfortable with that, so I just figured it would be best--you know, back off.

Rex: You're a regular saint.

Schuyler: No, no, I'm not a saint, but you need to wake up and stop being so pissed off at me. Not for my sake, for your sake, okay? I kissed your girl. Yeah, it was stupid, and she didn't do anything to invite it. But once you get that, you're going to realize that you have this amazing woman who loves you more than anything else in the world. And if you don't realize that, then--then you're a jackass.

Stacy: So, how do I look?

Kimberly: Ooh la la.

Stacy: You think?

Kimberly: Girl, Kyle would have to be dead not to want you.

Stacy: That's good, I think.

Kimberly: What's with the face? You said that guy is kind of hot. It's a win-win, right?

Stacy: Yeah. I mean, he's cute. He's no Rex.

Kimberly: Don't get all sentimental. Just close your eyes and make like he's Rex.

Stacy: Yeah, I'll try. It's just...Rex has so much more invested in me now with the baby. The baby I lost.

Kimberly: That wasn't your fault.

Stacy: I know, it's just without that, there's nothing else. That's why this has to work. I have to get pregnant.

[Knock on door]

Kimberly: Hit a home run, kid.

[Stacy sighs]

Stacy: Hi, there. Come on in. Um--can I get you a drink?

Kyle: Normally, I don't drink until the sun sets.

Stacy: Right. Well, the sun has to be setting somewhere.

Kyle: I know what you want, so why don't we just get this over with?

Rachel: So we're on the same page?

Greg: Yep. Which is good since you're not exactly my type.

Rachel: And what would that be? Someone who toes the line? For her man? I'm a little too uptight for that, right? I think before I act, so I'm a little high maintenance?

Greg: Oh, now you're putting words in my mouth.

Rachel: No. Like your friend Vivian, I'm just calling it as I see it.

Greg: Okay.

Rachel: So what exactly is your type?

Greg: I haven't figured that out yet.

Rachel: Really? But you've gotten me all figured out, isn't that right?

Greg: Uh--look--

Rachel: You have, so why don't I just do you a favor? This is what I'm thinking. You choose women who are all caught up in their own stuff, like Ms. Vivian. She doesn't have time to be tangled up in a real relationship. And of course, she's drop dead gorgeous because you do have to keep up that "Greg Evans" image. But when it comes down to commitment, she, or they all say, "no, thanks," and you're, like, "that's cool, baby." Because if they did want more, you would have to be responsible for their feelings. Then you might actually have to scratch the surface and take a look at your own.

[Slams door shut]

Téa: Dr. Greg Evans? He was the surgeon who was brought to Llanview by your uncle, Clint Buchanan, right?

Matthew: Yes.

Téa: Where were your mother and father during this time? Why weren't they calling surgeons themselves?

Elijah: Your Honor, not only is this an insult to my clients, it calls for a conclusion on the part of the witness. Furthermore, the whereabouts of Matthew's parents at the time is immaterial. It's no more relevant than if I were to ask Ms. Delgado where she was at any particular time in her life.

Judge: Objection sustained.

Téa: What did Dr. Evans tell you?

Matthew: He said that he could give me an operation that'll help me walk again.

Téa: That must have made your parents very happy.

Nora: Oh, here we go.

Matthew: Well, my parents didn't exactly like Dr. Evans. They didn't react the way I did. I was excited to get out of this wheelchair, and to walk to school again, play basketball.

Téa: And did you tell your parents all those things?

Matthew: Yes, but they still wouldn't give me permission to have the surgery.

Téa: And they understood that without the surgery, you would spend the rest of your life in a wheelchair?

Matthew: Yeah, they knew.

Nora: She's making us out to be these horrible people.

Téa: What about now? Do you still think about having the operation? I mean, is that something you still want to do?

Matthew: I have to. It's the only thing that gives me a little hope.

Téa: Hopes and dreams that are being crushed by your parents?

Nora: Oh, you know what? You don't know anything. You have no idea. You think this was an easy decision, Téa? You know what? You don't know what it's like to have a child, to love that child, and protect that child.

[Judge pounds gavel]

Judge: Mrs. Buchanan--

Nora: You have no idea! You don't even understand how hard it is to make a decision based purely on love!

Blair: Are you nuts? I'm not jealous of you and Téa.

Todd: You know that I'm right.

Blair: No.

Todd: You know that little nooner we had the other day in the cabana...you jumped my bones because you couldn't stand watching Téa and me together.

Blair: Oh, no, let's back it up here. I think you jumped my bones. And I really don't care who you were with. In fact, I actually pity the woman.

Todd: Blair, big deal, you're jealous.

Blair: No, I'm not jealous. Because I can have you anytime that I want, right here and right now.

Todd: Ow! What the hell is that for?

Blair: For making me do that.

Todd: Oh, God, don't put this on me. You're just bent out of shape because I don't want you. Blair--

Blair: What?

Todd: It's over. It's over. What happened in the cabana was a mistake.

Blair: You think?

Todd: Yes.

Blair: Mm-hmm.

Todd: But I'm actually glad it happened, because I think I've woken up. And I realize how important Téa is to me. I let her go once. I am not going to do it again. I'm going to make this work with her. So I'm just not going to care what you dig up.

Blair: Aren't you just a little bit curious about what's in those papers?

Todd: No.

Blair: You're--you're a liar, Todd. 'Cause you're going to want to know. Not because you care. Because it's going to make you seem just a little less important, and you're not going to be in the center of it. And she is not going to tell you what it is, and it is going to eat you up.

Todd: Shut up!

Blair: See? You do want to know what Téa's secret is.

Bo: It's okay, Nora.

Nora: No, it's not okay. She's manipulating our son. And he's just a child. He's been hurt.

Judge: You will have your chance to speak, now be seated! Or shall I have you escorted out?

Bailiff: Ma'am, please.

Nora: Oh, never mind, Jason. I'm...

Judge: Thank you, Jason. You may proceed.

Téa: Thank you, Your Honor. Matthew, were you told that the surgery was risky?

Matthew: Dr. Evans said there were some risks.

Téa: And the risks didn't bother you that much?

Matthew: Not as much as spending the rest of my life in this wheelchair.

Téa: And that's why you're here, right? To fight for the right to make your own decision?

Matthew: Yes. Look, if there was no chance I'd ever walk again, obviously, we wouldn't be here. I would just have to deal with being in a wheelchair. I mean, people do it all the time. People with jobs, families, people who play sports. But I have a chance to walk again. My grandpa always said that I was a Buchanan, and that Buchanans take chances, and that's the way we live. My parents said the same thing. But now, it's like they didn't mean any of it. Look, I'm 15, I'm not 6. I'm old enough to know that this is a serious operation, and that I might not make it through. But I'm willing to take that chance. And if I don't, I'll spend the rest of my life wondering what could have happened. And the only walking I'll do is in my dreams.

Téa: No further questions, Your Honor.

Judge: Let's take a brief recess.

[Judge pounds gavel]

Rex: I don't need you to tell me how to treat Gigi. We were doing just fine until you and Stacy showed up in Llanview.

Schuyler: Okay, Gigi--uh--I just came to say goodbye. I didn't ask for any of this. It's--

Gigi: I know. And you don't have to say goodbye.

Schuyler: Yeah, I do. I'm going to miss our friendship. It really meant a lot to me. You are a lucky guy. Why not try to appreciate that? Appreciate her.

Gigi: What is wrong with you?

Rex: Okay, maybe I overreacted.

Gigi: Yeah, maybe you did!

Rex: Wait--Gigi, wait. I'm sorry, okay?

Gigi: You have to trust me.

Rex: I do. It's that jerk I don't trust.

Gigi: This is about when we were separated. You're still not over that, are you?

Rex: I told you I am.

Gigi: I have taken responsibility for that whole thing. I even took the blame for you having sex with my sister. Okay? And I guess I have to live with the consequences. But I--I want things to be right between us.

Rex: We're together. That's what matters.

Gigi: No, it's not. We spend 90% of our time fighting, Rex. That's not us. Seriously, are we ever going to be okay again?

[Man coughs]

Oliver: Hey, you know that guy you were talking to, Kyle Lewis?

Man: Yeah, what about him?

Oliver: Um--I think you should stay away from him.

Stacy: Great. So, you know why you're here, so let's just move on into the bedroom.

Kyle: I don't have your money.

Stacy: Huh?

Kyle: That's what you want, right? The 20 grand that you gave me for bail?

Stacy: Oh, no. I know you'll pay me back whenever the city gives you--

Kyle: And I'm sorry that I--I told people about the blood swap, but I had to. Okay? It's the only way I could get out of the blackmail charge and get your money back. But don't worry. I didn't say any names. Nobody knows who the real donor is.

Stacy: Okay, calm down. You're getting worked into a sweat for all the wrong reasons.

Kyle: Okay.

Stacy: Look, it wasn't cool, you blabbing, but just to be fair, I asked a lot of you right from the beginning. And I was thinking about it. What you did for me was so sweet. And I never thanked you.

Kyle: Okay. But that's over now.

Stacy: For some reason, I just can't get you out of my mind. I mean, the first time I saw you in that lab, I was, like, "this guy is hot." And then you got all bad boy on me, and you were really hot.

Kyle: What are you doing?

Stacy: I'm sure you'll figure it out.

Kyle: Are you seducing me?

Stacy: You want me too, don't you?

Kyle: Actually, no.

Stacy: What is wrong with you? You don't think I'm hot?

Kyle: You're gorgeous, but that doesn't mean I want to have sex with you.

Stacy: You're a guy.

Kyle: This is true.

[Footsteps approach]

Kimberly: Maybe one girl isn't enough.

Kyle: What?

Kimberly: You heard me. When was the last time you doubled down?

Kyle: Never. Who the hell are you?

Kimberly: Kim. Stacy and I used to dance together. Hey, Stace, I think we should show him our act. What kind of music do you like, huh?

Kyle: Okay, I--I don't know what you two are up to, but I'm not interested, okay? I'm gay.

Man: Why do you want me to stay away from Kyle? You guys together?

Oliver: No. No, no, I'm not gay.

Man: Okay.

Oliver: I mean, it's fine if you are. I'm just--I'm not gay. I'm a cop.

Man: Good for you.

Oliver: I only say that because he's been in trouble with the law.

Man: How so?

Oliver: He was caught up in a blackmail scheme.

Man: Well, it's not like it's armed robbery or something.

Oliver: No, I guess not, but still, just--I thought--I thought you should know.

Man: Well, I appreciate it, but I think I'll get the details from him.

Oliver: No, don’t. He's really, really sensitive about it, so just--you know, forget I said anything.

Man: Huh. Okay. Thanks for the heads-up.

[Greg sighs]

Rachel: What? No snarky comeback, Doc?

Greg: No. I don't have one.

Rachel: Wow, that's a first.

Greg: All I can say is, I came here to apologize for getting you fired up at dinner the other night. Now, the next time I feel bad about ticking you off, I'll leave a voicemail.

Rachel: Oh, so you're planning on pissing me off?

Greg: No, but every time I open up my mouth, I seem to offend you.

Rachel: My brother is in a courtroom today, suing his parents for the right to have a surgery that could kill him. You did that. I'm a little bit more than offended.

Schuyler: Hi. Sorry, am I interrupting something?

Greg: No. No, I was just taking off. I have a meeting at the hospital, with the chief of staff. He wants me to fill him in on the new surgical techniques that I've been developing. See? He lives in the 21st century.

Rachel: Ugh! That man makes me crazy!

[Rachel sighs]

Rachel: What is wrong?

Schuyler: I just gave up Gigi, cold turkey.

Rachel: Oh, boy.

Schuyler: I don't know how I'm going to get through the withdrawal.

[Music plays]

Rex: Can we please not fight?

Gigi: Do you think I want to?

Rex: No. I--I don't know why I'm acting like this. When you told me that Shane was mine, my whole life changed. And I thought that it was just going to be me, you, and Shane forever and ever. And you're right. I guess I'm not completely over you breaking up with me, pushing me away. I thought that that's what you really wanted. So when I see you with Schuyler--

Gigi: I never should have let Stacy live with us. That was the worst idea I've ever had in my life.

Rex: Hey, I know. Let's just--let's--let's build a giant wall up around us. Nothing gets in it. It'll be bulletproof.

Gigi: Can it be cancer-proof?

Rex: You bet, and Stacy-proof.

Gigi: I don't know about that one. I'm sure she'll find a way to tunnel in or pay someone to hoist--

Rex: Okay, look--look, let's just--let's focus on us. Right here, right now. Because when it's just us, me and you, we can be solid.

Gigi: Remember when the biggest fights we used to have were about who was going to make it to level eight in Monkey Wars?

Rex: I used to build up all those lines for you. You never would have gotten there if it wasn't for me.

Gigi: I won't deny that. No matter what, we can't let anyone screw with us again. Okay? That wall is going up. It is. And we can't let anyone knock it down, okay, Balsom?

Rex: Come with me.

Todd: If Téa's got a secret, I'll trust that she'll tell me.

Blair: Trust in Téa? Yeah, right. Now, you know, you're going to want to know. You're not going to be able to let this go, because I know you.

Todd: I've changed.

Blair: Really?

Todd: I didn't kiss you back, did I?

Blair: I know what kind of games you play.

Todd: No games this time. I really have changed.

Blair: Okay.

Todd: It's different with Téa.

Blair: Right. Well, you know what? Let's just put that to the test, shall we? If you really trust Téa and really don't care anything about what she has done those six years after you left her on that island, well, then you--you go ahead. You tear all of these papers up, never having read a word.

Elijah: You really love to take chances, don't you? Hinting around about people like Bo and Nora and Clint.

Téa: I really don't have time to chat. I need to look at my notes.

Destiny: You were awesome up there. I'd operate on you myself if I could.

Matthew: I think we better leave that up to your brother.

Destiny: And after today, maybe we will. I'll be right over there.

Bo: Matthew.

Matthew: Dad.

Bo: What you said just now--that was tough to hear.

Matthew: It's the truth.

Jason: All rise.

Judge: Be seated. Young man, just to remind you, you're still under oath.

Matthew: Thank you.

Judge: Your witness, Mr. Clarke.

Todd: I meant what I said. I care about Téa. And whatever she did before she got back, it doesn't matter to me.

Blair: I can get more copies of those.

Todd: Okay. Blair, let this go. Get a life.

Blair: Hey, Rex, it's Blair. You know all those copies of that paperwork that you got me on Téa Delgado? I need another copy.

Rex: Are you ready, Morasco? Because I am going to kick your butt.

Gigi: Whatever, Balsom. I'm so winning this, and you know it.

Rex: Well, if it's worth winning, it's worth fighting for.

Gigi: Get ready, because you're on for the challenge of your life.

Stacy: You are so not gay.

Kyle: Yeah, I am.

Stacy: Since when?

Kyle: Since always.

Stacy: But when we met, you flirted with me.

Kyle: Okay, my people flirt, too.

Stacy: You do?

Kyle: Okay, I don't know what you two are up to, but whatever it is, just count me out.

[Kyle sighs]

Kim: Hello. Didn't see that coming.

Stacy: A threesome? Huh!

Kim: I was just trying to turn up the heat a little.

Stacy: Okay, well, I don't need any help in that department, as long as the guy's straight.

Kim: So who's next on our list?

[Stacy sighs]

[Phone rings]

Man: This is Nick.

Kyle: Hey. It's Kyle. What are you up to tonight?

Nick: You don't waste any time, do you? Tonight's good. Okay. See you then.

[Phone rings]

Oliver: Hello?

Stacy: Hi, Oliver. It's Stacy Morasco. Remember me?

Gigi: Game over! I win, again!

Rex: Best of seven?

Gigi: No, thank you. How about best of seven million?

Rex: Well, that could take the rest of our lives.

Gigi: Exactly.

Rachel: Schuyler, I'm sorry. I know how much Gigi meant to you. Did you have to make a total break?

Schuyler: Well, you know, I mean, the program says the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.

Rachel: It's going to be rough.

Schuyler: Oh, no, it's going to suck.

Rachel: One day at a time, right?

Schuyler: Yeah. I mean, if I can kick drugs, I guess I can kick anything.

Rachel: There you go.

Schuyler: Okay, but--okay, here's the difference, though. Drugs are bad for me. I mean, Gigi's not. In fact, she's the opposite. And honestly, I--I believe that I could be good for her, too. I don't know-- what are you going to do?

Rachel: Sometimes, the right thing to do is the hardest thing to do.

Elijah: Matthew, enlighten us. Why do you think you have the maturity to make a decision of this magnitude about your health? Wasn't it your own bad judgment that put you in this wheelchair in the first place?

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