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Episode # 10598 ~ Let's Get (Meta) Physical
Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Kathy
Markko: I think it's ready.
Cole: For what?
Markko: Part of my New Year's resolution. You want to add muscle, you got to eat right.
Cole: Dude, are you still thinking about Ford?
Markko: Oh, what, I mention muscles, and you think it's about him?
Cole: I just figured--
Markko: What, a guy can't just want to get healthy?
Starr: Langston, have you seen my pink highligh...ter? Not again.
Langston: What? What? What's wrong?
Starr: That's the same look you had the other day right before you told me how hot you think Ford is.
Ford: Excuse me. Do you know if this place has a good smoothie bar?
Layla: Yeah. It's great. You should try the original sin--you know, apples.
Ford: Oh, sounds great. You want to join me?
Layla: No. I don't think so.
Ford: Oh, already had one?
Layla: No. I have a boyfriend.
Cristian: And that would be me.
Destiny: 22, 23--
Shaun: That's it. I'm done, finished, over.
Destiny: You said 50.
Shaun: I was a fool.
Destiny: So, you don't want to be a lean, mean, lovin' machine?
Shaun: Not this bad.
Destiny: You don't want a hot, new woman to help you get your mind off Rachel?
Shaun: Nngh! What do you think?
Destiny: So, come on. Let's go. We made a deal. We're in this together.
Shaun: I don't see you doing 50 crunches.
Destiny: You finish yours first, and I will match you solid crunch for crunch.
Shaun: You will, huh?
Destiny: How else am I gonna forget how much I love Matthew?
Dani: Guess that's another thing I won't forget when I go back to Tahiti.
Matthew: Oh, you just got here.
Dani: I know.
Matthew: You know, I wish--
Matthew: I wish we were kissing hello instead of goodbye.
Téa: So much for goodbye.
Todd: You're still leaving?
Téa: Oh, I have to. God, I hate this. Oh!
Todd: At least you get to take our daughter with you.
Téa: I'm sorry. Oh, I know this is very hard for you. God. Okay, okay, okay. You know what? I'm leaving, okay? Goodbye, Todd, all right?
Todd: Ha ha ha! Please stay.
Elijah: Why are you stopping?
Blair: Shh! I'm tired of being the odd man out.
Elijah: You are definitely no man.
Blair: You got that right. I'm calling the shots now.
Téa: Oh, you know I can't stay, Todd. I couldn't be here and not see you, and Daniella--
Todd: Even though she hates me.
Téa: She won't heal if I'm with you.
Todd: I understand that you have to leave town.
Todd: I want what's best for Dani, you know, not just for her, for me.
Téa: She will come to forgive you, I promise you. You will be her father, okay?
Todd: I know I will. That's the only reason I'm letting you take her.
Téa: Okay. Well, let me go, Todd.
Todd: No, no, no, no. Stay a while longer.
Téa: I can't.
Todd: Yeah, you can.
Dani: I've always wondered what kissing felt like.
Matthew: You didn't know?
Dani: I've never kissed a boy before.
Matthew: Me, neither. I mean, I never kissed a girl... or a boy. I never kissed anyone.
Dani: I just always figured you were the kind of guy to have a girlfriend.
Matthew: I mean, I tried. We even kissed once.
Dani: But I thought you said you never kissed someone before.
Matthew: Doesn't count. She was just playing a game.
Dani: What happened?
Matthew: I was into this girl all freshman year, and there was this dance, and they did this big joke in front of everyone.
Dani: What did you do?
Matthew: I got into a friend's car, and I asked him to just get me out of there. At the time, I didn't know he was high. I didn't buckle my seat belt...
Dani: Oh, my God.
Matthew: And ever since, I've just been wanting to get out of that wheelchair.
Dani: So, no time for girls?
Matthew: Wasn't like any of them would be into me, except Destiny.
Destiny: Ugh! Do I look like Tyra Banks yet?
Shaun: Is that your New Year's resolution?
Destiny: Oh, please. Anybody could do that.
Shaun: So, what's yours?
Destiny: Uh! Not crying over Matthew. I tried to give him my heart, and he just knocked it out of my hand.
Shaun: I'm sorry, little "D."
Destiny: Uh! How many crunches have I done?
Ford: I'm sorry. I just moved here from L.A. I saw this hot woman and thought I'd give it a try.
Layla: You hear that? I'm hot.
Ford: My name is Ford, Robert Ford, but everybody calls me Ford. I really meant no offense.
Cristian: None taken. I'm Cristian Vega, and this is Layla "my hot woman" Williamson.
Ford: Nice to meet you.
Layla: You, too.
Ford: Sweet. Now I've doubled the number of people I know here.
Cristian: Oh, yeah? Who else do you know?
Ford: Markko Rivera and Langston Wilde.
Langston: I was not thinking about Ford.
Starr: Yeah, right.
Langston: Oh, like you never zone out when you're doing your homework.
Starr: Yeah. I usually don't drool.
Langston: Why would I be thinking about the guy who almost ruined New Year’s Eve for me and Markko?
Starr: Okay. Fine. You weren't thinking about Ford.
Langston: Thank you. Now can we please stop wasting time on him?
Cole: You're sure you're not thinking about that guy Ford?
Markko: Look. No. Yes. No. I mean, why do you keep asking me?
Cole: Because you forgot to put the lid back on the blender?
Markko: All right. If I'm thinking about Ford, which I'm not, it's because he's screening my film today.
Cole: Ah, for that class he's teaching.
Markko: He's only the assistant teacher, but, I mean, he's still a Hollywood producer. I want to know what he thinks.
Cole: I get it. My mistake.
Langston: Believe me, Ford is the last thing that I'm thinking about right now.
Starr: Well, believe me, there's nothing wrong with having fantasies.
Langston: The only fantasy I have is finishing this musical before the end of winter break.
Starr: Well, the one you wrote 3 years ago was great.
Langston: Yeah, but that was when we were freshman. This one has to be even better.
Starr: What's it about?
Langston: So, far, all I know is, opening night is right before prom and students will be involved.
Starr: Well, I'm sure you'll figure it out.
Langston: I hope so. This is the last thing I do in high school, and I want to go out with a blaze of glory.
Starr: It'll be great. I know it.
Langston: I have to finish it first, so you go back to your senior thesis, and I'll go back to mine.
Blair: That's exactly what I need.
Blair: To be in control.
Elijah: Oh, that's not what you need.
Blair: Oh! Oh! Mm!
Elijah: What you need is to forget about Todd Manning, and I need to forget about Téa Delgado.
Téa: No. I have to get back to Dani.
Todd: Hey, remember the last time we had sex?
Todd: I remember--wedding night.
Téa: Yeah, yeah. I remember.
Todd: Supposed to be the first night of our new lives together. You know what I thought? "Maybe we'll have a kid."
Téa: Todd, I'm sorry for all the lies I told you.
Todd: No, no, no, no. That's not what I meant. I mean, all the times, you know, that I said I hated you, that I never wanted to see you again, it was just a bunch of crap. All I could think about was that night in that room, all those plans we made.
Todd: Yes. It was a waste of my life, man. It was a waste of my life to hate you. I couldn't hate you. I missed you. God, I'm gonna miss you.
Téa: I’m gonna miss you, too, Todd, but we have to leave.
Todd: No, no, no, no. I just-- I want you to stay one more night with me.
Téa: Oh, Todd...
Todd: What? Would it be so bad, you and me together one more time, last time?
Matthew: So, you really never kissed a boy before?
Matthew: It's not a bad thing. Just, you know, you're hot... and smart and fun.
Dani: Well, when I lived in Tahiti, I was a total tomboy.
Dani: All I ever thought about was surfing. I wanted to be better than the boys, not kiss them.
Matthew: Oh, I bet you were. So, now that we've both kissed someone...
Matthew: What'd you think?
Dani: I liked it.
Matthew: Yeah. Me, too.
Dani: Want to try again?
Matthew: I don't think I should.
Shaun: You've been pretty tough about Matthew.
Destiny: Well, not like I have a choice.
Shaun: Well, if you need to talk about it, you know I know what it's like to get your heart knocked around.
Destiny: By your own brother.
Shaun: Don't remind me.
Destiny: I would've felt way worse if Matthew chose Dani over me, but he told me they were just friends.
Shaun: That's what he said?
Destiny: Yeah. Why?
Shaun: Just wondering.
Destiny: I don't believe you. Tell me the truth, big brother.
Layla: Well, it's nice to meet you.
Ford: You, too.
Layla: I'll see you after my power pump class.
Cristian: Go pump some power.
Cristian: So, you said you're new in town.
Ford: Yeah. I just moved here a couple days ago.
Cristian: Oh, right on. You know, it's weird. I feel like I've seen you before.
Ford: Ah. Full disclosure, I was here this summer producing a reality show for David Vickers.
Cristian: Oh, right. That's where I remember.
Ford: As if it wasn't bad enough I was hitting on your girlfriend.
Cristian: Don't worry about that. I'll tell you how you can make it up, though.
Cristian: Give me a spot?
Ford: Yeah. I'm there.
Markko: How's the musical coming?
Starr: Don't ask her.
Cole: Thank God I don't have to be in it this time.
Cole: What? I just meant so that I wouldn't ruin your masterpiece.
Markko: What's this one about?
Markko: Hey, I just wanted to see what you were writing.
Langston: Uh, yeah. Well, you know, it's bad luck to show your work before it's finished.
Starr: Well, you always want us to read what you wrote.
Markko: "Markko, take a look at this page. I wrote two lines since yesterday."
Langston: Oh, maybe I just want to surprise you guys.
Starr: With what?
Langston: The part I'm writing for you and your amazing voice.
Starr: Okay. It's not that amazing.
Langston: Oh, please.
Cole: Yeah. You know, she's right.
Langston: Thank you.
Starr: Plus, I can't be in the musical this year.
Langston: What? Why not?
Starr: Because I have all AP classes and I kind of have a child.
Cole: Well, I can take Hope.
Starr: Well, you have college.
Cole: I'll put her in my backpack and take her with me if I have to.
Langston: Oh, no.
Starr: You'd really do that for me?
Cole: Yeah. Why not? She's my kid, too. Look. If you want to be in Lang's thing, make it happen.
Starr: You're really sweet. Thank you.
Markko: All right, lover boy. Come on. Time for me to turn into the Incredible Hulk.
Langston: Well, don't work too hard on that, Bruce Banner.
Markko: Why not?
Langston: Because I like you just the way you are.
Markko: Yeah? Well, why don't you wait to decide that until I'm totally ripped, mami.
Langston: Oh, whatever.
Markko: Hey, and if you finish all your stuff when I get back, we can celebrate.
Langston: Oh, yeah? How?
Markko: By having sex all over the place.
Téa: I'll stay...under one condition.
Todd: Name it.
Téa: Don't say it's the last time.
Blair: Mm. Uh! Mm. All right. I can't do this.
Elijah: What? What?
Blair: No. Yeah. We just can't. I mean, you know, I barely know you. We can't have unprotected sex.
Elijah: Oh, that's okay. We don't have to.
Blair: That was for Téa?
Todd: It's not the last time.
Blair: Who are you, Elijah Clarke?
Elijah: Who are you, Blair Kramer, besides Todd Manning's ex?
Blair: You want to know who I am?
Blair: Why don't you just find out? Nngh! Mm!
Cristian: See that right there, bro?
Cristian: Pure muscle.
Ford: Ha! Maybe, amigo, but that right there, it's all steel. Ha ha!
Cole: Give me one second. I have to make a quick phone call, all right?
Markko: All right. I'm gonna hit the free weights.
Cole: Hey, don't look now, Hulk, but you got your work cut out for you.
Langston: So, are you psyched about turning 18?
Starr: I thought you were working.
Langston: Oh, I'm just saying, my birthday isn't too long after yours. We could think about what we want to do.
Starr: I want to finish this, and stop procrastinating and write me an even better part than you did in 2007.
Langston: I can't.
Starr: Why not?
Langston: I have writer's block.
Starr: Well, that goes away, doesn't it?
Langston: I don't know. I've been trying to write a musical for 3 years. Every time I go to do it--I don't know--something gets distracting me.
Starr: Well, sophomore year, I got pregnant.
Langston: And junior year, we all thought Hope was dead, and you and Cole were apart.
Starr: And you and Markko had to deal with Lola.
Langston: My homicidal cousin. Guess we were kind of busy.
Starr: But this year, everything is great, so what or who is distracting you?
Ford: All right. I'll see you.
Markko: All right. Just-- [Exhales, blows 3 times]
Ford: Hang on there, bro. You got it.
Markko: Oh, thanks, Cole. I don't know what happened. Ohh...
Ford: You should try a lighter weight next time.
Markko: Uh, yeah, maybe.
Ford: You want to try it again? I'll spot you.
Markko: Thanks. My buddy'll be up here in a minute.
Ford: Ah. All right. I'll see you in my class, okay?
Markko: Well, actually...
Markko: Did you get a chance to screen my piece?
Ford: Uh, listen. The professor will have some notes for you. I'm just a teaching assistant.
Markko: Yeah, but you watched it, right, "The Road to City Hall"?
Ford: Yeah. I did.
Markko: So, what'd you think?
Ford: Listen. Why don't we talk once the new semester starts, okay?
Markko: Wait, wait, wait. Hang on, man. What are you saying? Didn't you like it?
Destiny: Tell me what you were going to say.
Destiny: Something about Matthew and Dani.
Shaun: You're killing me, woman.
Destiny: You shouldn't joke about that.
Shaun: Uh! Okay. It's just, Rachel swore to me that she and Greg were just friends, and I'm afraid that the same thing is gonna happen to you, too.
Matthew: It's not that I don't want to kiss you. I just told Destiny that me and you were just friends.
Dani: You did?
Matthew: I wasn't lying. I mean, at the time when I said it, we were.
Matthew: I'm sorry, but if she knew-- I just wouldn't want to hurt her feelings.
Dani: Except I'm leaving town...
Matthew: Yeah. I know.
Dani: So Destiny will never see us together.
Matthew: I guess you're right.
Dani: What was that?
Blair: No. Don't. Let go. Oh!
Todd: I love you.
Téa: I love you, too.
Todd: So, how long is it gonna take?
Téa: Until we come back?
Todd: No, until you're able to tell Dani that I'm her father.
Téa: Probably not soon enough for you.
Todd: Well, I'm not a patient man.
Téa: I honestly don't know. Daniella has got to grieve Ross, and she's got to stop hating you.
Todd: Well, if she's anything like the rest of this town, that could take a while.
Téa: Doesn't mean it won't happen.
Todd: I want it to happen now.
Téa: Hmm, patience, dear boy.
Todd: Kind of want to know our daughter.
Téa: I know you do. I have to handle this carefully, Todd. Daniella has already been through so much.
Todd: So, it really could take a while.
Téa: It could.
Todd: And what happens to us?
[Blair and Elijah chuckle]
Elijah: Oh, man.
[Knocks on door]
Renee: Mr. Clarke, are you in there?
[Knocks on door]
Renee: Mr. Clarke, everything all right? Do you want me to call security?
[Elijah and Blair laugh]
Téa: You know, I've managed to carry a torch for you ever since we left that island.
Todd: Oh, some torch. You married Ross.
Téa: So I could forget about you. I never could.
Todd: Yeah. You sure--
Téa: I never did.
Todd: You sure?
Téa: I found my way back to you, didn't I, father of my child?
Todd: Yeah, but it's different now, isn't it? Dani hates me.
Todd: I'm just saying that you're leaving because that's what she wants you to do, and what if she wants you to be with someone else?
Todd: I don't know. Eli?
Todd: Yes, Eli. She thinks he's her uncle, and she doesn't want to kill him.
Téa: Ha ha ha! You think that's her criteria?
Todd: She does like him, though, right?
Todd: So do you. You spent New Year’s Eve with him, didn't you?
Todd: Sounds like a match made in heaven.
Renee: I'm sorry to disturb you, but I've had complaints from several of my guests about the noise.
Elijah: Really? Noise?
Renee: Yes, like a tornado going through the room. Is everything okay?
Elijah: It's fine. Sorry. I'll try to stay quiet, though.
Renee: Oh, my God! What's happened in there?
Elijah: I don't know.
Téa: Eli, much to my surprise, is a good man and has proved to be a good friend...
Téa: And that's all, and it's very Todd of you to think I'm gonna jump into something with him just because I can't be with you.
Todd: So, I'm wrong.
Téa: Oh, please. You're gonna move on way before I do.
Téa: Yeah. You're gonna be in Blair's bed before my plane lands in Tahiti.
Todd: Oh, you kidding me?
Téa: It's one of the few things in life you can count on--death, taxes, and the fact that you and Blair will end up together.
Todd: That's not true, not anymore.
Téa: Don't make me a promise you can't keep, and don't worry. I will wait for you for as long as it takes to make things right with Daniella.
Todd: You will, huh?
Téa: I love you, Todd. Don't you know you can always count on that?
Todd: Like death and taxes?
Téa: I will wait for you, but I don't kid myself. I know next time we see each other, you'll be with someone else, and you'll be happy.
Elijah: I haven't really been feeling that well, so I wanted to get some sleep.
Renee: You trash hotel rooms in your sleep?
Elijah: Funny thing. I have a little sleeping disorder, and a side effect of the medication, you know, I end up just knocking things down sometimes--
Renee: Oh, when you're in your bed?
Elijah: Yeah. It's crazy, but I will pay for any damage.
Renee: Yes. You will.
Renee: Just keep it down, okay, both of you! Really!
[Blair and Elijah laugh]
Todd: I know that I'm supposed to say that I want you to be happy and to move on, too, but--
Téa: But you don't want that.
Todd: No. I want you to wait for me and I want to wait for you.
Téa: I believe that's what you want.
Téa: Whether or not you're capable of it is another story.
Todd: Now listen to me. I mean it.
Téa: Ah, yeah, for now.
Todd: That's all we have, isn't it?
Blair: Oh, I wish that I had seen Renee's face.
Elijah: Oh, we did some damage.
Blair: Oh, come on. It's nothing permanent.
Elijah: Oh, no. I think I might be bleeding.
Blair: Oh, wow, I guess I got a little carried away. Sorry.
Elijah: It's all right. I did, too.
Blair: Get Téa out of your system?
Elijah: Hmm, you know what? Turns out, my case wasn't that serious.
Blair: Oh, just 24-hour bug, was it?
Elijah: Yeah. Feeling much better. Thank you. What about you? This help you forget about Todd?
Elijah: Ha ha ha!
Dani: Do you think we should check out that noise?
Matthew: Whatever it is, it's stopped.
Dani: Yeah. You're right.
Matthew: So, you want to try again?
Destiny: Matthew would never lie to me about Dani.
Shaun: Des, no matter what happens, you were honest. You told Matthew how you felt about him.
Destiny: Yeah. It would've been better if he felt the same way.
Shaun: You didn't know what he would say. That's why it was so brave, what you did.
Shaun: You did good, Destiny. I'm proud of you.
Destiny: We are good people...
Shaun: That's right.
Destiny: But if we keep working out, then people will be falling over each other just to get to us.
Ford: Your piece shows you have real talent.
Ford: Well, the story wasn't believable.
Markko: What do you mean?
Ford: Well, that woman Dorian, she wants to be mayor, so she married a woman?
Markko: That's what happened.
Ford: Yeah, in a big group same-sex wedding ceremony with a closeted cop who happens to be doing crowd control?
Markko: Well, there are tons of closeted cops.
Ford: Yeah, whose ex just happens to be getting married that day, and then he leaves that guy Nick at the altar?
Markko: Look. A whole bunch of couples were doing what Dorian was doing that day. I mean, that's kind of the point.
Ford: All right. Let's forget about the ceremony. What about this election?
Markko: What about it?
Ford: Well, Dorian loses by a single vote, and she decides it's yours.
Markko: Look. The movie is a character piece, and, yeah, Dorian is a little crazy.
Ford: Yeah, she is. What kind of a town would elect this woman mayor?
Markko: They didn't. The only reason she got the job is because the winner had to step down.
Ford: All right. I have to ask you this. What made you write this?
Markko: Write it?
Ford: Yeah. I mean, why not change the names?
Markko: I didn't change any of the names because it isn't made up.
Markko: I just shot what happened.
Ford: So, you're telling me that "The Road to City Hall" is a documentary?
Langston: No one is distracting me. I just have writer's block. It's not like someone has to give it to you. You could just get it.
Starr: Well, isn't there a cure for it?
Langston: Well, Mr. Chavez says always write about something you know.
Starr: Well, then that's what you should do.
Starr: [Gasps] Oh, my gosh, that's what I have to do.
Langston: What are you talking about?
Starr: I forgot to write thank-you letters.
Langston: Oh, me , too, and I got so much good stuff for Christmas.
Starr: No, not even for Christmas, for Hope's birthday.
Starr: They got her so many amazing gifts, like that little dog that does a flip and Hope cries every time it does it.
Langston: Yeah. Well, we had fun with it.
Starr: I know we did. It was so nice. We felt like a normal family, and after everything we've been through, Hope really needed that.
Langston: That's it.
Starr: What's it?
Langston: No. I know exactly what I'm gonna write about--you.
Markko: Did you hear about any of this? The gay group wedding made international news.
Ford: No. I don't really keep up with the current events of Llanview.
Markko: Ah, but you knew that Dorian Lord is our mayor.
Ford: Is she still married to that woman? I could've sworn her and Vickers were--
Markko: They broke up, but the story is true.
Ford: Oh, wow, reality really is stranger than fiction.
Markko: So, it's believable now, right?
Ford: Not exactly.
Markko: Wait, wait, wait. Hang on. What are you talking about? It's true.
Ford: Well, lots of things are true. That doesn't make them compelling narrative.
Markko: All right. You lost me.
Ford: All right. A documentary is just like any other kind of film. It has to have a clear point of view. You need to show me what you're trying to say.
Markko: Yeah. I thought I did that.
Ford: No, you didn't, but I can teach it to you.
Ford: Now don't worry about it. You can learn anything.
Markko: Yeah. So can chimps. My workout partner is here.
Langston: Your story is gonna make the perfect musical.
Starr: My story?
Langston: Yeah. You and Cole were star-crossed lovers, no pun intended, because your dad raped Cole's mom.
Starr: How are you gonna turn that into a musical number?
Langston: And then your dad didn't want you two to be together, so he was gonna move you halfway across the world, and then you and Cole were so scared you'd never see each other again that you made love for the first time...
Starr: I think I know what happened. I was there.
Langston: And then you got pregnant, and Cole didn't want to give away the baby...
Starr: It's not like I was gonna abandon her.
Langston: So then you broke up. Yeah. That's the end of the first act...
Langston: And then the second act, Cole gets into drugs, and you get into your teacher.
Starr: It wasn't like that at all.
Langston: No, no, no, and then-- oh, and then you fight your way back to each other, and we have this huge happy ending where you guys are working hard to go to school...
Starr: Langston, stop.
Langston: And raise this kid.
Starr: I am not letting you write a musical about me and my baby and Cole and my rapist father.
Todd: You know I would do anything to change what I did to Ross.
Téa: I know.
Todd: If I could take back that bullet, that moment, Dani might not hate me.
Téa: If you hadn't done what you did, Dani might be in that river with Ross.
Todd: There had to have been another way, right?
Téa: There wasn't. You did what had to be done.
Todd: I want it to be different. I want everything to be different.
Téa: Yeah. Me, too. Me, too.
Todd: Hey, come back to me, please.
Téa: Listen to me. Everything I do when I'm away is gonna be--
Todd: To forget about me?
Téa: To bring us back together.
Todd: Eh, I don't know. There's no way.
Téa: Yes, there is. Listen. Everything I do--every word I say to our daughter, every hug I give her, every promise I make her--will be so I can bring her back to you, okay?
Todd: Yeah. You talk a good game.
Téa: It's not a game. We can be a family, Todd, if you're still waiting when I come back.
Blair: Okay. I think that did the trick.
Elijah: Ah, so then Todd is a distant memory?
Blair: Yeah. Yeah. It's getting there.
Elijah: Yeah? Well, you need just a little bit more help?
Todd: Yeah, if you come back.
Téa: I will.
Todd: Okay. I'll be waiting for you. Hey... I'll never forget you. I promise.
Markko: All right. First, Ford starts in on my workout.
Cole: Before I got there?
Markko: Yeah, and he tells me that I should start off with something lighter.
Cole: Well, you know, maybe he's right.
Markko: Funny. Yeah, and then he tells me he doesn't like my movie.
Cole: Wait. What?
Markko: Yeah. He said it wasn't believable.
Cole: Uh, it's a documentary.
Markko: I know. He thought I made it up.
Cole: Nah. He's just jerking you around.
Markko: No, man. Even after I convinced him it was real, he still didn't like it.
Cole: You're kidding.
Markko: Looks like I'm working out wrong and making movies wrong.
Cole: Well, there is one thing you got right.
Langston: What's wrong? Why can't I write about you?
Starr: I don't want my life being turned into a musical.
Langston: I'm going to change the names. No one is gonna even know it's you and Cole.
Starr: Everyone at school. You kidding me?
Langston: What do you think, I'm gonna exploit you or something? I mean, I know I can get kind of carried away, but I promise you, I'll stick to the facts.
Starr: I know that you would tell the truth, Langston. It's-- oh, it's just hard for me to explain.
Langston: Well, try.
Starr: Okay. Say I was to write a musical about a girl who was madly in love with this awesome guy. Then she accidentally found this hot dude who was pouring water all over his sexy shoulders and rock-hard abs, and-- and then she couldn't stop thinking about him?
Langston: Okay. Fine. I see your point.
Starr: Thank you. I should get home to Hope.
Langston: I'm sorry. I didn't realize.
Starr: No. It's fine. Plus, there are a million better things to write about. I'll talk to you later.
Cole: Look, dude. Forget about Ford, all right? Who cares about what he thinks about your workout routine or your movie?
Markko: Even if he's right?
Cole: What, you think he's the expert at everything?
Markko: Well, he's a Hollywood producer. He got a great body.
Cole: Okay. First of all, don't ever say that again about the body thing. It's weird.
Cole: And look. Look. Langston doesn't care about any of that, all right? She loves you, okay, and that's one thing that Ford is never gonna have.
Destiny: What is this again?
Shaun: Wheat grass juice. It's supposed to help us get in shape or something.
Destiny: Well, anything to help these workouts get easier.
Shaun: I hear that.
Destiny: But we did it.
Shaun: Yes. We did.
Destiny: New love in 2010. Is this supposed to taste like that?
Destiny: Ugh, nasty.
Shaun: Want some water?
Destiny: No way water is getting that taste out of my mouth.
Shaun: How about a hot fudge sundae?
Destiny: You're on.
Dani: So, how was that?
Matthew: It's better than the first one.
Dani: Hmm, practice makes perfect.
Dani: Hey, Mom.
Matthew: Hi. Heh.
Téa: So, did you get a chance to say your goodbyes?
Matthew: Sort of. Oh, here. Smile.
[Camera shutter clicks]
Dani: I bet I look terrible.
Matthew: You look great, just like the first time I saw you.
Dani: That seems like such a long time ago.
Matthew: I'll never forget you, I promise.
Blair: Ha! Guess I better get going.
Elijah: No. Wait, wait. Hold on.
Elijah: Here. It's my card. It's got all my numbers.
Blair: Oh, no, no. Look. I'm really not ready for a relationship.
Elijah: Who said anything about a relationship?
Blair: Just sex?
Elijah: Yeah, no strings attached. Come on, you said it helped you feel better.
Blair: Is this your idea of therapy here?
Elijah: I don't know. If it helps us get over the people we can't have, why not?
Blair: Trash a hotel room in the process?
Elijah: Hey, I'm a lawyer. I can handle Renee, so come on. What do you say?
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