OLTL Transcript Tuesday 4/12/11

One Life to Live Transcript Tuesday 4/12/11


Episode # 10914

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Starr: Oh, come on, James. Where are you?

[Cell phone ringing]

Deanna: Morning, stranger.

James: Uh, it's afternoon.

Deanna: Mm, really? I wouldn't mind staying in your bed all day.

Starr: Great. Voicemail. Ohh... Markko?

Markko: Hey, Starr.

Starr: Oh! Oh, my God! Ooh! What are you doing here?

Markko: I came for Langston.

Viki's voice: Hi there. Welcome to the Bon-Jour Cafe. My name is Viki. What can I get you?

Charlie: Oh, hello, Viki. I'm Charlie.

Viki: Oh, hi.

Charlie: It's a nice, little place you got here. It's different.

Viki: Well, in a good way, I hope.

Echo: Oh, Charlie, I didn't know whether I'd see you again after what happened last night.

Charlie: Can I come in?

Kelly: Clint? Nigel let me in.

Clint: If you're looking for Joey, he's out.

Kelly: Actually, I'm looking for you. I made sure that he was headed in the opposite direction when we left the gym.

Clint: Oh?

Kelly: Mm-hmm. Right now, he's the last person in the world I want to see. In fact, I'd be perfectly happy if I never saw Joey again.

Joey: Mom, I'm so glad you're home.

Viki: Hi. Hey, I'm having tea. Want some?

Joey: No, thank you. No. I actually would like some advice.

Viki: Ok. About what?

Joey: My marriage.

Aubrey: You better still be in here. I need to forget about my husband for a while. He wants to be jealous of Kelly? I'll give him something to be jealous about.

Tess: Wow. I have heard of kissing cousins, but this is ridiculous.

Aubrey: Tess, that was not what it looked like.

Tess: Really? Because it looked like Joey's wife sticking her tongue down her brother's throat, but I can't wait to hear your explanation.

Kelly: I'm covering the Eddie Ford murder for the "Sun."

Clint: So why do you want to talk to me? The district attorney dropped the charges.

Kelly: Exactly. I was hoping you'd give me an exclusive about how that happened. One minute, you're being arraigned on a murder charge. Next, you're a free man. Why don't you tell me what happened in the court that day, Clint?

Clint: No comment.

Kelly: Clint, it's me. I'm gonna be fair. Come on. Don't you have anything to say about it at all?

Clint: I will give you a comment about the charges being dropped when you give me a comment about you and Joey.

Kelly: What are you talking about? What are you talking about? There is no me and Joey, ok, because he's reminding everybody that he's a happily married man, Clint.

Tess: Nothing to say? You know what? Maybe I was mistaken. Maybe you didn't have your tongue down your brother's throat, because maybe Cutter is not your brother, and unless Joey is kinkier than I thought-- oh, let's face it--he has absolutely no idea what the Wentworth sibs are up to.

Viki: What about your marriage? Is there something wrong?

Joey: Aubrey and I had our first real big fight.

Viki: Darling, that's a rite of passage in marriage.

Joey: Yeah. I guess, but I'm just not really sure how to deal with it.

Viki: Well, and what was the argument about?

Joey: Well, Aubrey is upset because she thinks that I'm jealous that Kelly is seeing John McBain.

Viki: Ah. What would make Aubrey think that?

Joey: Because I didn't tell her that Kelly was seeing John in the first place. She thought I was keeping it from her on purpose.

Viki: Yeah, but why would Aubrey care who Kelly is seeing?

Joey: Well, it wasn't so much Kelly seeing John, well, as me slugging John when I found out.

Viki: Oh, honey.

Joey: Hey, Mom, he was supposed to marry my sister.

Viki: Yes, and you thought punching him was the answer?

Joey: No, but with what he was doing to Natalie, I mean, Kelly and John were just rubbing it in her face every chance they got. Is that fair?

Viki: No. No. It is not. It is not.

Joey: But for Aubrey to think it had something to do with me and Kelly, I mean, whatever Kelly and I had was over. It was over a long time ago. I don't even have feelings for her anymore.

Viki: Well, sometimes old feelings can be rekindled, you know. Sometimes when you have had feelings for someone a long time ago and that person sets her sights on you-- I'm sorry, Joey. I'm actually the last person you should be coming to for marital advice right now.

Joey: What? No. Are you kidding me? Ma, you're the perfect person. I mean, you and Charlie have a great marriage.

Viki: No. We don't, not anymore.

Charlie: So is everything all right with Shane?

Echo: Yeah. Rex and Gigi did find him last night.

Charlie: Oh, good, I mean, isn't it?

Echo: Something happened, but I'm not sure what it was. Rex and Gigi were very quiet about it, and I wanted to respect that, but at least now we know that Shane is safe.

Charlie: I'm glad.

Echo: You know, Charlie, I'm going a little crazy here after what happened. You know, Viki came to see me yesterday.

Charlie: Yeah. She told me.

Echo: She wasn't happy.

Charlie: No. No. After she found us, she and I kind of had it out right here in the room. She's very hurt and angry.

Echo: Oh, I can imagine.

Charlie: Yeah. I just wish that it hadn't come out this way.

Echo: You mean, her walking in on us? Well, yeah. Me, neither.

Charlie: Yeah, but I am glad that it's finally out in the open.

Echo: Ok, and now that it is, has anything changed? Do you still want to be with me, or are you going back to Viki?

Charlie: Both.

Deanna: Hey, I hope the floor wasn't too uncomfortable.

James: It was ok for one night. I got you some food. I got whole-wheat bread; honey-smoked turkey; hot mustard, not regular; and...

Deanna: Good memory.

James: And three bananas.

Deanna: Thanks. I really appreciate you letting me stay here.

James: Well, like I said, it's just one night.

Deanna: Look. I hope your girlfriend doesn't mind.

James: She doesn't.

Deanna: Really?

James: All right. Look. I haven't told her yet, ok?

Starr: You came back for Langston?

Langston: Well, professionally. We're gonna be working together. I'm now the screenwriter for "Vicker Man: The David Vickers Buchanan Story."

Starr: You're kidding.

Markko: And I'm directing.

Starr: Well, maybe with you two working on it, it'll actually turn out ok.

Langston: No. This is gonna be a great opportunity for all of us. Dorian is backing the project. Markko can use this to get feature film credit. David can finally get his 15 minutes for something other than hawking hemorrhoid pads, and I can use the script to fulfill my screenwriting requirement at school.

Starr: That's great, and now with you back on the East Coast, you'll be able to visit Cole at Statesville. Wh-what?

Markko: Actually, the movie is being filmed on the West Coast.

Starr: But you'll still be here, right?

Langston: Well, they're gonna need me on set.

Markko: Like, right away.

Starr: What are you saying?

Langston: I'm leaving Llanview.

Starr: You're leaving today?

Markko: I should probably go check in with my parents. I can't wait to tell them I'm directing a feature.

Langston: Yeah. You might not want to tell them who the writer is.

Markko: Don't worry. They're past all that. We all are. It was good to see you, Starr.

Starr: You, too.

Markko: Just so you know, Cole and I have kept in touch. He told me that you guys broke up. I was really sorry to hear about that.

Starr: Yeah. I guess a lot has changed since high school.

Markko: Yeah. You're right about that.

Starr: I'm really glad that Cole has a friend like you.

Markko: Well, I'll swing by later with the "Vicker Man" treatment. We can bounce around some more ideas.

Langston: Ok. Sounds great.

Starr: Wow.

Langston: I know. This is all so out of the blue, but the real reason Dorian wants me on the project is so that I can keep an eye on David and to get me away from Ford.

Starr: And to probably push you and Markko back together.

Langston: That would be very Dorian.

Starr: So what do you think about that?

Langston: Markko and I are just working together. That's it, except when we shook on the deal, I kind of felt something, but that's only natural, right? I mean, Markko was my first love, and we're always gonna have a strong connection.

Deanna: So why haven't you told Starr that I'm staying here?

James: Because I haven't talked to her yet.

Deanna: Oh, ok.

James: Look. I didn't want to call Starr and leave her a voicemail telling her that my ex-girlfriend spent the night, ok?

Deanna: That makes sense.

James: I'll tell her when I see her, and by then, you'll be long gone, on your way back to Dayton.

Deanna: Right, back to Dayton, not that I have any more money today than I did yesterday. I don't even have enough for a bus ticket, let alone for other things. Doesn't matter. I'll figure it out. You know me.

James: No. Actually, I don't know you. I thought I did, but then you dumped me. The girl I thought I knew wouldn't have been ready to do porn to pay for a motel room. Deanna, what the hell happened to you after I left Dayton?

Deanna: You don't know the half of it.

Echo: So after everything that happened here last night, you're still gonna go back to Viki and have me on the side?

Charlie: No. That's not--no. What I meant was, I need to go home to find out what Viki wants to do about Ryder's custody. If she feels that she needs me there to help the judge decide in her favor, then I think I have to do that.

Echo: Ok. Of course. I mean, I would do whatever I had to do to protect my grandson, too.

Charlie: Right, but, Echo, you're the one I want to be with.

Echo: And did you tell Viki that?

Charlie: No. It didn't get quite that far, because she wanted to talk about how this all happened. She wanted to know how it all started.

Echo: And what did you tell her?

Charlie: I told her the truth, that I was devastated when I found out that Clint had let me believe that I was Rex's father when he knew all along that he was.

Echo: I'm really sorry that Clint did that to you.

Charlie: Just the fact that he might not have to pay for that is-- you know, the only thing that is keeping me sane about this whole thing is you.

Echo: And what did Viki say?

Charlie: She asked me if I loved you.

Joey: What are you gonna do?

Viki: I don't really know. I thought we had something wonderful together, so part of me still wants to fight for him, you know?

Joey: And the other part?

Viki: I asked Charlie if he loved her.

Joey: What did he say?

Viki: I didn't stay to hear the answer, because I didn't think I could deal with it then, you know? If he says yes, then that's it, you know? My marriage is over. I can't be married to someone who's in love with someone else.

Kelly: Joey and I got into a huge blowout today. He thinks that he can control my life, that he gets to decide who I can and cannot be with. Why shouldn't I have a life? He has a wife.

Clint: Yeah. I'm aware of that.

Kelly: Yeah, and what happened with that, anyway? You have obviously decided to give your new daughter-in-law another chance. You go from trying to stop their marriage into inviting the happy couple to move in with you?

Clint: Well, I wanted to keep a close eye on my son's wife, and for a while, circumstances prevented that, but I am back now, and, for the record, I want you to know I'm keeping a close eye on you.

Kelly: Oh, really? Really? Got a little hidden camera around here that I don't know about?

Clint: Natalie told me that you're taking up with John McBain.

Kelly: You don't sound very happy about that.

Clint: I'm not. It is causing my daughter pain, and I still think that you and Joey belong together.

Kelly: Ok. Then why don't you tell me why in the hell did you make me look at that jump drive, telling me that Joey had to see what was on it?

Clint: Joey needed to know.

Kelly: What, that Aubrey was just gushing about how much she loved him when she was alone with her brother? I mean, Clint, that drove them to the altar faster than any one of your firearms would. Why in the hell would you make me look at that? Why'd you put me through that?

Clint: Kelly, what you and Joey saw on that jump drive was not what was captured by the camera. Aubrey and Cutter figured out that they were being recorded, and they replaced the footage with their own version.

Kelly: So what was on the original?

Tess: So you two are scam artists, huh? What's your deal? You marry the rich heir, and then what? Where do you come in? Oh, wait. Must be that charity organization you said you worked for. That's how you end up with the family business, huh? Then, boom, you hit them from the inside. That's it, isn't it? You plan on cleaning out B.E.?

Aubrey: Oh, come on. This is ridiculous. You have no idea what you're talking about.

Cutter: Let it go, Aubrey. Tess is onto us, so the question is, now what's she gonna do about it?

Starr: I can't believe you're really going.

Langston: I know. It's gonna be weird knowing we're not gonna see each other every day.

Starr: So how long?

Langston: Oh, I'm just gonna be gone a few months, till the end of the school term.

Starr: That's not that bad.

Langston: No. No, I mean, unless they need me for postproduction, but that shouldn't be too long, either.

Starr: I'm sorry.

Langston: Hey, it's gonna be ok.

Starr: No. I don't mean to be a wimp or anything. It's just, it's gonna be like a piece of me is missing.

Langston: I know. I know this doesn't come at a good time with everything that's going on with your life and your dad being in the hospital. You know, I don't have to be there in person. I'm just gonna call and tell--

Starr: No, no, no, Langston. You have to go. They're gonna want your opinion, you know?

Langston: Yeah, but it's David and Dorian. They're just gonna change everything I write, anyway. It doesn't matter.

Starr: Stop. This is going to be so exciting for you, Langston. It's all you've ever wanted, and I want that for you, too.

Langston: Hey, it's not like you're gonna be lonely, right? You're gonna be hanging out with James all the time.

James: Enlighten me. What happened to you after you dumped me? You just move on with someone else? Oh, I know. There was probably someone else in the picture all along, wasn't there?

Deanna: James, no. There was never another guy.

James: What then? A bunch of guys?

Deanna: Stop it.

James: No. You know what? Forget it because I don't even want to know, and besides, you did me a favor--yeah, a favor--because if you hadn't dumped me, I might have never gotten out of that Godforsaken place and met someone that I actually care about, someone who actually means it when she says she cares about me.

Deanna: I care about you, James. I never stopped caring. I never stopped loving you.

Joey: Where is Charlie now? He's not here, is he?

Viki: No. No. He's not.

Joey: Good, because, to be honest, I don't know what I'm gonna do when I see him.

Viki: Oh, darling, you're not going to do anything--please, please--and I would appreciate it if you wouldn't say anything to anybody about this, all right, because no one else knows yet.

Joey: Mom, of course not.

Viki: Charlie and I need to talk first. We were both far too upset last night to say anything useful. I'm sorry. You came to me for help, and I'm crying on your shoulder.

Joey: Hey, hey, you forget about it, ok? Look. Anything you ever need, I'm here, ok?

Viki: I know. I need to be a mother to my wonderful son, so enough about me. How did you leave things with Aubrey, hmm?

Joey: Aubrey asked if I was sorry I married her, if I wished I was still with Kelly.

Viki: What did you say?

Joey: I told her no. What else?

Viki: Was that an honest answer?

Clint: The footage on the original jump drive that I gave you--

Kelly: I don't want to know. Please don't tell me.

Clint: No?

Kelly: No. I have been down this road too many times. Every time that I have tried to find something on Aubrey to try to reveal her true colors to Joey, it just blows up in my face.

Clint: Well, maybe this time is the charm.

Kelly: No, no, no. Even if it did work, there's no guarantee that Joey is gonna wake up one day and say, "Oh, my gosh, Kelly is the love of my life." I want Joey to want me for me, not just because he finds out his wife is a lying, little bitch. You're right. There's no reason for me to be here. I will schedule our interview back at your office, ok? Thank you.

Clint: Yeah.

Kelly: What the hell was really on that jump drive?

Clint: It showed Cutter and Aubrey in a very compromising position.

Kelly: Compromising as in sexual?

Clint: Mm-hmm. They are no more brother and sister than you and I.

Cutter: Ok. We can make a deal here. You have nothing to gain from ratting us out.

Aubrey: And everything to lose. We could make all kinds of trouble for your custody case.

Tess: Please. Like I care about that brat. No, guys. I'm pretty sure I have the upper hand here.

Aubrey: You know what, Tess? Go ahead. Tell whoever you want. It's not like you're Jessica. Hell, you're not even a real person. Aah!

Cutter: Whoa! Hey...

Tess: Is that real enough for you?

Cutter: Simmer down, ladies.

Tess: Listen. You can unclench, ok? I don't care that you're scamming Jessica's brother. Kind of love it, actually. You're making a fool out of a member of that family right under their noses.

Kelly: I knew it. I knew it. I knew it when I saw that picture of Cutter and Aubrey in that magazine, which was not very siblinglike, by the way.

Clint: A picture?

Kelly: Mm-hmm. Yeah. I had Rex check out Cutter. All the records pointed to the fact that they were both brother and sister.

Clint: Of course, they did. Cutter made sure of that.

Kelly: He manufactured an entire history for himself and Aubrey.

Clint: The man is thorough--I'll give him that--and he did a pretty good job making a new video, one that showed Joey exactly what they wanted him to see, but I saw the original, and not only did it prove that Aubrey and Cutter are not who they say they are, it showed them planning to take as much B.E. money as they possibly could.

Kelly: Ok. So let me see it. Let me see it. Enough.

Clint: That's a problem. It's no longer here. Aubrey managed to manipulate Joey into destroying it before he could watch it.

Kelly: Oh, of course, she did. Of course, she did, and yet you still know the truth. Why haven't you told Joey?

Clint: Well, my relationship with my son is tenuous at best, and given what's happened lately, I don't think he would believe me, and I could lose him for good. No. I can't tell Joey any of this...but you can.

Cutter: So you're not going to rat us out.

Tess: Oh, I didn't say that, but don't worry. I'll keep your dirty, little secret for you if you do something for me.

Charlie: I didn't get to tell Viki exactly how I feel, but--

Echo: It's ok. Charlie. It's ok. I don't want to pressure you into saying anything right now. It means enough to me just knowing that you want to be with me. That's enough.

Charlie: I'm glad about that.

Echo: You know that we're gonna be the town pariahs, right?

Charlie: Yeah. It's not gonna be easy facing some of the people in this town after hurting Viki so badly.

Echo: I just wonder what the Madame Mayor is going to have to say about all of this.

Charlie: We're just gonna have to stay out of their way.

Echo: My son and my grandson do live on Viki's property. It's gonna be a little hard to avoid her.

Charlie: Are you sure you're up to putting yourself through this?

Echo: You know what? If it means I get to be with you, I can put up with angry glares. I can put up with just about anything. I just can't wait for the day when we can walk down the street hand in hand and not worry about who sees us. When our relationship can be in the open.

Charlie: That's what I'm looking forward to. When everything is finally out in the open.

Echo: Clint, you're Rex Balsom's father.

Charlie: I better get going.

Echo: What? Already?

Charlie: Yeah. You know, I really have to settle things with Viki.

Joey: Kelly and I have known each other for a long time. Sometimes she can push my buttons.

Viki: You didn't answer my question. And I think, sweetheart, I think it's because you don't know the answer yourself. This is something you're gonna have to sort out, and you have to be very, very honest with yourself.

Joey: You're right.

Viki: I keep wondering if things could have been different if Charlie had been honest with himself from the beginning. But he kept dismissing my concerns about Echo coming between us. If he'd just come to me and just told me what was going on, I wouldn't have had to find out from Tess.

Joey: Tess?

Viki: Yeah. Yes, she obviously found Charlie and Echo kissing. And took a picture and sent it to me on my cell phone.

Joey: Nice.

Viki: Well, that's Tess, isn't it? Never ceases to find new ways to hurt her family.

Tess: You guys can rip off Joey and take the entire Buchanan fortune, but I want in on the deal.

Cutter: Which means what?

Tess: Simple. I want half.

Aubrey: Half? No. There's 3 of us.

Tess: Well, 1/3 of nothing is nothing, which is what you're gonna get if I blow the whistle. Not to mention a prison term for fraud.

Cutter: So you'll really keep your mouth shut about Aubrey and me if we cut you in?

Tess: It's that or you can exercise another one of your lucrative options. Oh, wait. You have none. But if you cut me in, my lips are sealed. Unless, of course, you cross me.

Aubrey: And what if you cross us?

Tess: Well, that's a chance you're gonna have to take. Come on, Wentworths! It's a win-win situation. And if I get some of that money, then I can finally cut loose of Ford and that baby. And trust me, there is enough Buchanan cash to go around. But you guys have to stop playing kissy-face in public if we're gonna make this happen, ok? Seriously. How stupid are you?

Aubrey: I don't think you want to have that contest.

Tess: Afraid you're gonna lose? No, really. You have to run back home to your husband, and you have to find out some other way to occupy your time.

Aubrey: If you think that's you, you got another thing coming. I thought you were smart. So if you were, you would know that Cutter wasn't really interested in you. He was just setting up our Plan B in case we didn't get the Buchanan money.

Tess: Really? That was faking Plan B? Because what we were doing felt pretty real to me.

James: You never stopped loving me? How the hell can you say that?

Deanna: It's the truth.

James: That's the truth? That's not what you said when you dumped me. You said you didn't love me. No, actually, you said you never loved me, that I wasn't good enough for you, and you never wanted to see me again. Obviously, you meant it at the time, so don't you even think about lying to me right now.

Deanna: I swear, James, I'm not lying to you now! I was lying to you then.

Starr: Sure. I have James to talk to, and I can tell him everything.

Langston: See?

Starr: It won't be the same as talking to you, though. We've shared so much.

Langston: All the good things in our lives.

Starr: And all the not-so-good things. Remember back in high school, when we first started hanging out? And we wrote our dreams on a piece of paper and hid them in our backpacks?

Langston: I remember.

Starr: I want to make good friends with funny, smart people.

Langston: I prefer my friends to be unfunny and stupid.

Starr: Thank you, Langston.

Langston: Oh, don't take offense. I made an exception with you. BFF.

Starr: Well, I feel better. Thank you. Speaking of BFFs, I guess it's kind of different this year. I don't need a whole lot of friends. I just need one really good one.

Langston: Me, too.

Starr and Langston: Aww!

Langston: I wished for a family, and my wish came true.

Starr: My wish came true, too.

Langston: Hey, don't get all weepy on me now, ok? We're gonna be in touch all the time, ok? We're gonna facechat and we're gonna text. We'll call each other.

Starr: No, we won't.

Langston: Starr!

Starr: No, I mean, we're going to try but it's going to be hard. We're going to have different schedules in different time zones. I mean, I can barely get in touch with James, and he--he lives right across town.

Langston: Is everything ok with you guys?

Starr: Everything's fine. It's just I haven't been able to get in touch with him. We keep missing each other.

Langston: Well, go find him. It'll be ok, right? I'll be back before you know it.

Starr: I'm gonna miss you so much.

Langston: I'm gonna miss you, too. I love you.

Starr: I love you more.

Langston: Uh-uh. Nope.

Kelly: No. No, I am not going to say anything to Joey about his wife.

Clint: Come on. Why not?

Kelly: I told you. I told you, Clint. It always end up in disaster. He always ends up hating me.

Clint: No, Joey doesn't hate you. He loves you. He's just too blind and stubborn to see it.

Kelly: Well, you know what? The stubborn part's definitely true.

Clint: Ok, make no mistake. This is why he cares so much about you seeing another man.

Kelly: You know what? Aubrey did say that Joey was jealous of John and me. Look, even if I thought I still had a chance with Joey, I can't say anything to him about Aubrey. Like you said, he is stubborn.

Clint: By now I was hoping that my son would see his wife's deception on his own.

Kelly: You know Joey. He always manages to find the good in anyone.

Clint: To a fault. Now I see that I am going to have to point my son in the right direction, and I'm hoping that you will help me.

Aubrey: Well, of course, it seemed real, Tess. It's our job. Cutter's very good at pretending.

Tess: Oh. Well, you two have done a really good job pretending to be brother and sister. Until now.

Aubrey: Now we're in it all together, so he doesn't have to cozy up to you anymore.

Tess: Unless he wants to. What do you say, Cutter?

[Door opens]

Man: Whoa. I'm sorry. I didn't know--

Cutter: No, we're just--

Man: It's cool, man. I'll come back later.

Tess: Keep staring, we're gonna have to charge you admission.

Man: Sorry. You're my hero, bro.

Aubrey: Ok, let's get out of here before someone who matters sees us and starts getting suspicious.

Tess: See you guys later and hey, don't be a stranger.

Cutter: Later.

Joey: I just wish there was something I could do.

Viki: Well, there is, and you've done it. I needed someone to talk to. You were there.

Joey: Oh, Mom. Mm. You're the greatest. Call me if you need anything, ok?

Viki: Thank you. Thank you.

Joey: No problem.

Charlie's voice: That's what I'm looking forward to. When everything is finally out in the open.

Viki: Coffee?

Charlie: Uh... we need to talk.

Viki: Yes, yes, I know we do. We never finished our conversation last night. I asked you if you loved Echo, and I need to hear that answer.

Charlie: Yes.

Kelly: Given your current track record, I do not think we should be working together, ok? I gotta go.

Clint: I'm not suggesting that we do anything illegal. After all, it's Aubrey and Cutter who are now breaking the laws.

Kelly: True.

Clint: But if Joey were to discover Aubrey and Cutter together--

Joey: Hey, Dad?

Clint: I'm in here, Joey.

Joey: What are you doing here?

Kelly: I'm leaving. I'm here to interview Clint. He offered me an exclusive.

Clint: I hope it was an enlightening interview. And be sure to call me if you need any more information.

Kelly: I will.

Joey: Did Aubrey come home?

Clint: Haven't seen her.

Man: Aah! Uhh! Aah!

Tess: Hey! Shouldn't you be getting home to your hubby?

Cutter: We were just leaving.

Tess: Yeah, me too. I gotta go home and plan all the things I'm gonna do with the money you guys are gonna get me. See you later.

Aubrey: Later. You really think we can trust her?

Cutter: Hell, no. What choice do we have?

Aubrey: That girl is a loose cannon.

Cutter: Don't worry. I'll keep an eye on her.

Aubrey: Really? How close an eye?

Markko: Hey, Langston. I brought over the "Vicker Man" treatment and, man, do we have our work cut out for us. Langston... what's wrong?

Langston: [Sniffles] I'm just gonna miss Starr so much.

Markko: Hey, I understand. I understand. I mean, you and Starr are like best friends.

Langston: Forever. It's gonna be really hard to leave her, but at least I know she'll be in good hands.

James: What do you mean you were lying to me then?

Deanna: James, all the things I said to you back in Dayton, when I said good-bye--

James: "Good-bye"? Deanna, you broke up with me.

Deanna: And the reason why I did that...

James: Hold on a second. Do you seriously think that I want to hear all this crap again?

Deanna: It wasn't because of what I said.

James: What are you talking about?

Deanna: I had to tell you those things and break up with you because--

[Doorbell rings]

[Doorbell rings]

On the next "One Life to Live"...

Starr: What is she doing here?

Shane: I didn't want you to know that I'm such a loser.

Clint: Nobody picks on my grandson and gets away with it.

Blair: You're going over to Shane's right now, and you're gonna apologize.

Viki: We're getting a divorce.

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