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Port Charles Transcript Wednesday 6/5/02
Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Beth
Livvie: Ok, Livvie. What happened last night can never happen again, and you have to make sure of that today. Ok?
Livvie: Yeah. I'm here. Hey.
Rafe: Hi. Listen, it's a beautiful day out. I thought, you know, maybe we could go for a walk.
Livvie: Yeah, that would -- that would be really great, but I got to run into town and pick up some supplies.
Rafe: Oh. Well. Listen, about last night with me calling you Alison --
Livvie: No, please, it's -- it's over. Already forgotten. Done.
Rafe: You sure?
Livvie: Positive, yeah.
Rafe: So why don't I come to town with you, because, you know, I'm going stir-crazy here.
Livvie: Honey, I'm sorry, but you know what the doctor said, and you need as much as rest as possible, so --
Rafe: Yeah, yeah, but I just think --
Livvie: Hey --
Hey, I won't -- I won't be long. Ok? I'll be back soon, and when I get back, I -- I have this feeling that things between us are going to be a lot better from here on out. Ok? I got to go. Bye.
Rafe: Bye. Have a good time.
Frank: Listen to me. I am not blaming you. I know Dad was a really lousy father and an even worse husband.
Mary: But you were always protecting Joe and me and -- well, that must be what you're remembering -- one of those times your dad came in drunk and was --
Frank: No. I saw you with him, Mom. I heard you two laughing, and over and over you kept whispering, "Shh, don't wake the boys. Don't wake the boys."
Mary: Oh, my God. Oh -- oh, I'm sorry.
Colleen: Hey. I saw that.
Karen: My day's almost over.
Colleen: Oh, not quite. A few phone messages.
Karen: I swear, if I get one more offer to pose tastefully nude for some sleazebag magazine or calendar or internet site --
Colleen: I know what you mean. I really hate those.
Karen: All right, I am out of here.
Ricky: Hey. Great idea. How about your place? I got something I want to show you.
Karen: Ricky, I told you, we're not having sex again.
Alison's Voice: You said that someone bought all of your pink roses, every single one of them?
Man's Voice: Mm-hmm. But we still have plenty of tulips left.
Alison's Voice: And this -- this person -- he bought them for his girlfriend?
Man's Voice: Well, it seemed like that to me.
Alison's Voice: Please, what did he look like? I have to know.
Man's Voice: Well -- blond, tall --
Alison's Voice: Uh-huh.
Man's Voice: Green eyes. And the way he smiled when he looked at those roses -- his face just lit right up.
Alison: My God. It is you. It's you! I knew you were going to come back! I knew it -- Livvie.
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Colleen: I just need a signature for Mr. Taylor's release.
Karen: Yeah. Right. Yeah, mm-hmm.
Karen: We need to talk.
Karen: Don't "what" me. You shouldn't be here, and you know that.
Ricky: Whoa, whoa, whoa, slow down.
Karen: I thought I made it very clear that what happened between us won't ever happen again, and I thought you accepted that.
Ricky: You know what? You need to get over yourself because I so didn't come here to hit on you.
Karen: Oh, no? Then why are you here?
Ricky: Because I wanted you to hear this.
Karen: A CD?
Karen: You're here because you want me to listen to music?
Ricky: No, no, no, no, no. Not just any music. My music, Karen. I mean, check it out. I was working my bartending gig, right, and these guys came in, a group of musicians, and they started jamming, and they found out I was a drummer, and they asked me to sit in!
Ricky: "And?" And it was good. I mean, it was -- it was real good. So we burned a CD, which I'm so psyched for you to hear. Your place or mine, it doesn't matter.
Karen: I can't, Ricky. It's not a good idea.
Ricky: Oh. Ahem. So I guess this whole thing about us being friends -- that was all a big -- big blowoff.
Karen: No, of course not.
Ricky: No, no, no --
Karen: I do want to be your friend. It's just --
Ricky: Karen, Karen, Karen, it's all right. I thought maybe we could get past this sex thing, but maybe -- maybe you can't.
Karen: Ricky --
Ricky: No, Karen. Karen, don't worry about it, all right? I'll just see you around.
Rafe: Ok, ok, ok.
Alison: What are you doing here? Is that a gasoline can? What, did you come down to burn -- burn down the scene of the crime?
Livvie: So you're admitting it. You did kill my father.
Alison: No, that's not the crime I'm talking about. I'm talking about your crime.
Livvie: My crime?
Alison: Yeah. This heart that Rafe and I -- we carved together. You knew how much that meant to us with our names both in it, and you came here and you destroyed it.
Livvie: I don't know what you're talking about, Alison.
Alison: You know what, Livvie? I don't believe you for five seconds. You want to come here and you want to sand out that post, you want to burn down this barn? Fine. Go ahead. You can do that all you want. But you cannot wipe away what Rafe and I feel for each other ever because that is what you came here to do, right? Because it's not enough that I'm on trial for my life. You got to come here and get revenge.
Livvie: Can you blame me, Alison?
Alison: Livvie, you got to -- you got to listen to me. I promise you, I did not kill your father. And maybe, just maybe you're wrong.
Livvie: I would give anything if I were, and you want to know why, Alison? Because I lost two people, two of the most important people in the world to me. I lost my father and I lost my best friend.
Alison: I never wanted that to --
Livvie: It doesn't matter what you wanted, Alison! My father is gone! He's gone. He's gone, and I miss him, ok? I miss him so much.
Alison: Livvie, if you --
Livvie: No! No! I tried to tell you. I tried to tell you that I know evil. I know it. I've lived with it, I've seen it, and I saw this coming. But nobody would listen to me, no. Everyone had to side with you, even Jack. Even Jack. And tell me something, Alison. How would you feel if this situation were reversed? Hmm? And the man you loved sided with me on something like this?
Alison: I would feel awful.
Livvie: Then you'd know. You'd really know what it felt like to have no one.
Mary: I never knew you saw. I didn't know you were even awake.
Frank: Yeah, I remember. I'd snuck out of bed, and you almost caught me, so I hid in the closet.
Mary: And you -- you were there when your father came in.
Frank: Oh, yeah. I can hear Dad's voice as clear now as it was then. He was so drunk and angry. He called you "whore" and worse things, you know, the same exact things I said to Karen.
Mary: I'm so sorry, Frank. The man I was with was a good friend and -- and he understood what we were going through. And he was so kind, so caring. And, Frank, I was -- I was just so lonely.
Frank: I know you were.
Mary: But still, that's no excuse for what I did. I mean, I was a married woman and a mother. And look what I did to you. My little -- my little boy that I --
Frank: No, Mom, Mom --
Mary: Oh -- oh, God, this all makes sense now. The way you've -- the way you've been behaving, the way everything's been going, it's my fault.
Frank: Now, Mom, Mom, don't say that.
Mary: It is.
Frank: You were -- you are a great mother, the best mother Joe and I could have had. And when I look back, I am amazed you were able to stay with our father at all. You gave up everything for us.
Mary: Yeah, but I upset you so much that today, right now, look at this.
Frank: It's going to be ok now. I'll work through it.
Mary: Do you know that I actually accused Karen? Oh, my God, I feel terrible. Oh, you've got -- you've got to get her. You've got to find her.
Frank: I will, I will. I will find Karen, I will talk to her, I will tell her I'm sorry.
Mary: No, you better explain everything.
Frank: I will. That is, if -- if she will even speak to me after everything I did to her.
Mary: Oh, no, she loves you. She'll understand. I love you. You do know that, don't you?
Frank: Oh, Mom, that's the one thing in my life that I have always been sure of.
Mary: Oh. Oh, you got to go find Karen right now. Please.
Frank: All right. Well, will you be ok?
Mary: I'll be ok when I know you are.
Frank: All right. Don't worry. Everything is going to be fine. It is.
Karen: Ricky? Hey. Uh -- I'm sorry. I was wrong. You were right.
Ricky: Right about what?
Karen: You came to tell me something great about what happened about your music, and I jumped to the wrong conclusion.
Ricky: Yeah? Anything else?
Karen: Yeah. When you set me straight, I didn't act like much of a friend. Friends are supposed to share in each other's good news.
Ricky: Thank you.
Karen: You know, I really am glad to see you so excited about something.
Ricky: Oh, Karen, you've seen me excited before.
Karen: So it honestly never crossed your mind?
Karen: Come on, you know what -- you and me.
Ricky: Nope. Never. Not for a minute.
Karen: Well, I -- I'm relieved to hear that.
Ricky: You -- are you ready to listen to some really cool music?
Karen: Sure, buddy. Why not?
Man: Oh. So, back again, huh? Sorry, I'm all out of pink roses.
Man: Yeah. You know, somebody else was asking about them. Maybe it was your girl.
Rafe: My girl? What'd she look like?
Man: Real pretty, blonde, big blue eyes --
Rafe: A great smile that started on the inside and shined all the way out?
Man: That's the one.
So, You know her, hmm?
Rafe: I must.
Alison: I know you believe what you believe with all of your heart. I know that. Why don't you just look at me? I mean, like, really look at me. Look at my eyes and look at my heart and you would know that I would never hurt your father or kill him or any of these things. You know that. I think that you're just so upset and you're so angry, and I can totally understand that, because I felt the same way when Rafe left. And that's -- that's why I came here, Livvie. I wanted to be in this place where we first fell in love and we had our little marriage ceremony. I wanted to be here because I wanted to feel him. And I tried to bring you in on that. I -- I tried to make you understand all of that. But you -- you never thought that we should have ever been together in the first place, and you completely shut off your mind to all of that.
Livvie: That's because I didn't understand that.
Alison: You didn't understand that he saw something in me that I have never seen before, and he made me see it, too. And that's why I can always feel his presence around. I always feel his love around me. But, Livvie, you and I, I mean, we don't -- we don't have to be alone.
Livvie: What are you saying?
Alison: I know that you and I -- we are not at all the same like we used to be. We used to be really close and we used to talk about things all the time. We were like best friends. I mean, don't you, like, miss having a friend or someone to lean on or talk to?
Livvie: I do. I miss that so much it just -- I don't -- I just don't know how to do that anymore, Alison.
Alison: Listen to me. No. I know you don't even know where to start, but maybe we should just, like, start talking or something.
Alison: You know, as weird as it may sound, I'm happy that you've found someone else. That's great. Why don't you tell me about this -- this new person that's in your life?
Frank: Hey, Colleen.
Colleen: Frank. Well, hi.
Frank: I'm looking for Karen.
Colleen: You know, she's -- she's not here right now.
Frank: Look, you don't have to protect her from me. I swear, I just want to talk to her.
Colleen: Well, now really isn't a good time, Frank.
Frank: Why is that?
Colleen: Well, she just got off a double-shift and she's really exhausted.
Frank: So then, she's home?
Colleen: I don't know where she went, but, really, you should just let go of this, Frank.
[Rock music plays]
Karen: I'm impressed.
Ricky: What? Did you still think I was giving you a line?
Karen: No. I just didn't know you had all this talent.
Ricky: Yeah? You really think so?
Karen: Yeah. Ricky, I mean, you should be in a band. This is how you should be earning your living.
Ricky: Well, that's kind of always been a dream of mine.
Karen: Well, why didn't you ever tell me?
Ricky: Well, I never really told anybody.
Karen: Why not?
Ricky: I don't know. I guess I just didn't know if I was good enough. But then I sat in with these guys and they said I had it, that I was the sound that they've been looking for.
Karen: Ricky, that's so amazing. I'm so happy for you.
Ricky: Thank you.
Karen: For what?
Ricky: For just being here.
Livvie: So you -- you want to know about the guy in my life?
Alison: Well, I think it's kind of a good place to start.
Livvie: I just -- I kind of met him a while ago.
Alison: Ok, so then it's somebody you already knew?
Livvie: No, not -- not really, not like I know him now.
Alison: Well, what is he like?
Livvie: He's really -- he's really very sweet and kind and very caring, and he's --
Alison: Livvie, what is wrong?
Livvie: Alison, I don't know if I can do this. I don't know if I can talk to you about him.
Alison: Livvie, please, just -- just try, ok?
>> On the next "Port Charles" --
Kevin: I'm going to find a way out.
Rebecca: Kevin --
Kevin: Look, Rebecca, I have to go home.
Rebecca: Kevin, no! Don't go!
Alison: Please don't do this, not after we just got done talking!
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