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Port Charles Transcript Friday
ian: So, timothy, what I'm telling you is i can't make lunch tomorrow. I'm here with my friend, lucy. Lucy coe -- you know her. Yeah, that lucy. We don't need to bring that up, either. No, she's fine. Thanks for asking. I'll tell her. Ok. Thanks. Bye. Yeah, she's fine -- as fine as a woman can be with a husband that's trying to kill her. Glad he's under lock and key.
livvie: Get your hands off of me! I don't have to stand here and listen to you two rip me apart!
Rafe: Yeah, you do. Now, i have listened to your lies for months, so now you're going to stand still and listen to the truth!
Livvie: The truth is i was there when you had no one.
Alison: You weren't there for him! You used him!
Livvie: "Used him"? Huh. Well, it was a mutual kind of using, wouldn't you say, rafe? I mean, the way we used each other's bodies --
rafe: Give it up, livvie! No one wants to hear the garbage that you continue to spew out of your mouth!
Livvie: Oh, I think alison can take it!
Livvie: Since we're talking truths here, i'm sure he told you about all those wonderful nights we had, not to mention those great mornings.
Alison: I know all about your intimate moments.
Rafe: It's ok. You don't have to --
alison: No, no, that's fine. When you were trying to get rafe to want you --
rafe: You had to know what i was really feeling. You had to know who I can never forget, who I always loved.
Livvie: Yeah. What i know, what i will never forget, is how you could never get enough of me, and now the two of you are going to stand here and act like it never happened. What a couple of losers.
Alison: You don't get it, do you? You got rafe into your bed by telling him that you were already lovers. And, yeah, you got him to marry you, but you never got what you really wanted -- you never captured his heart because that always belonged to me. Now who's the real loser, livvie?
Jack: Look, I asked you a question. Why did you tie me up? Huh? What do you want with me? You got to be kidding me. She won't talk to me. Ok, why won't you talk to me? Why are you doing this? Look, answer me, damn it!
Jack: Get out of here. Get out of here! I don't want your food! Look, I just want to get out of here!
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Lucy: Oh, ow, ow, ow, ow, ow!
Ian: It's all right, I got you. It's ok. It's all right.
Lucy: Don't move. Every step you take -- oh, ow! I think I stepped on christina's little stupid ducky thing, you know, in the bottom, that rubber ducky thing, and then -- oh, man, i did the household accident, didn't i? I'm like victim number 222 of embarrassing household accidents.
Ian: Probably just your pride that's injured. Here, let's put you on the couch.
Lucy: Ow! Oh, I think -- i think i must've twisted it -- oh -- when i tried to catch myself.
Ian: How's that?
Lucy: Whoa. Oh, I need a pillow. No. No, better yet, a gun. Just get a gun and shoot me and put me out of my misery.
Ian: Let me look at this thing.
Lucy: No -- oh, no! I guess I never told you this, but I have this really strange aversion to doctors. I do.
Ian: I do, too. Relax.
Lucy: Wait! No, no!
Ian: It's ok --
lucy: I'm going to meditate. That's what I do -- no. I'm going to meditate. Just get your hands off me for a second. Now, this is what I do -- I open up my chakras and I focus on the white light, and I send all the pain into the white light. See, i'm going to feel better any minute -- watch me, watch me. Here i go. Mmm -- ow. Mmm -- ow! Ow, ow!
Ian: How's it going?
Lucy: Good, good, real good -- bad. I think my white light's broken.
Ian: This is ridiculous. You twisted your back. I'm going to get you some medicine.
Lucy: Oh, yeah, yeah. That's like a doctor. You're going to drug me up, and then you're going to operate, probably on the wrong part.
Ian: Operate? That's a good idea. Where's my phone? I'm calling an ambulance.
Lucy: No! No, don't you dare.
Ian: Or you can try and let me help you. Let me massage your back so it loosens up.
Lucy: Ok, but what if you break it? You could break my back, you know? You could make it worse.
Ian: I've done this before.
Lucy: Right. Sure. Ok. Just give me a minute here to prepare, ok?
Ian: Such a baby. Here's your thing.
Lucy: Oh, thanks a lot. Don't remind me. Ok. All right, here it goes. Ow, ow. Ow. Ow!
Ian: I'm not even touching you.
Lucy: I know. I know, but I'm -- i'm psychic. I know what it's going to feel like. Oh. When is it going to feel like? I don't feel anything. Ian, are -- are you still back there?
Ian: What? Yeah, no, I -- i -- I just -- I -- I need to lower your towel so i can examine your back.
Lucy: Ok, ok. Well -- ow. Whatever it takes, just go ahead. I'm all yours, dr. Thornhart.
Livvie: You two can believe whatever gets you through the night. But it doesn't change the fact that rafe not only made love to me and married me, but set up a whole really, beautiful wedding.
Rafe: Because I felt sorry for you, ok?
Livvie: You're a liar!
Rafe livvie, you made up all these stories about how i proposed to you and how I made you all these promises, so i felt guilty about disappointing you, but i never really loved you, ok? It was always alison.
Livvie: God, rafe, you are so pathetic -- having to convince yourself that you never loved me, trying to make me out the bad guy?
Rafe: Livvie, your lies have hurt everyone that ever cared about you.
Livvie: Alison started this, not me. You want to know the truth about your precious fairy little princess? She's the one who turned everyone against me.
She is the traitor.
Alison: What are you talking about?
Livvie: It is because of you i lost jack. It's because of you I lost the only man i ever really loved.
Jack: You cannot keep me tied up here like some kind of animal. Look, just tell me what you want! Damn it!
jack: Oh. Hey, hey, hey, where you going? No, don't -- don't go. Aw, damn it, jack. You scared her away. That's about right. I'm stuck here in this cave, tied up. What do I do now? If i don't figure out something fast, I'm not going to make it out of here alive.
Lucy: Ooh. So, doctor, what do you think? Are we making headway here? Ian?
Ian: Yeah. Oh, it's -- it's loosening up. Sure.
Lucy: Ooh, ooh. You know, I think it is. Ow! Oh, it is feeling a little better. In fact, much better. Did anybody ever tell you you have absolutely amazing hands?
Ian: Not lately, no.
Lucy: Uh-uh, i'm correcting myself. They're not amazing. Oh, they're magical.
Ian: No, there's nothing magical. It's not -- they're just hands, you know, they're just trying to separate vertebrae under your -- your skin. Your skin is -- it's --
lucy: What? What -- what about my skin?
Ian: It's -- I'm -- i -- it's -- well, what i was -- I don't know, what i was -- I'm sorry, what? What was i doing?
Lucy: Well, I -- you're making me feel better.
Ian: Well, yeah, I'm just trying to loosen you up, you know. You probably pinched a nerve or something, you know, so you got to try to just loosen up a little bit.
Ian: Sorry. I'm sorry.
Ian: I'm sorry.
Lucy: Oh, no -- that's ok. No problem. Hey, for my next trick, I should attempt to stand, don't you think? Maybe try?
Ian: Yeah, no, sure. I'll help you.
Lucy: Ok. Are you ready?
Lucy: I'm not ready.
Ian: Come on.
Lucy: Ok. Ow. Oh!
Ian: There, you feel good? Feel better?
Lucy: Yeah, I feel -- I'm better. Thank you. Ooh, i'm better. I'm up. Ok. Thanks.
Ian: Oh, you're welcome. It was nothing.
Lucy: Ok, well, I'm glad you're here to do nothing because it's something. Ok, here. This -- thanks.
Ian: Oh. Great.
Lucy: Ok. All right, i'm going to -- ok.
Jack: Whoever this girl is, at least she performed some kind of a miracle on my leg. At least i can move it. Now -- now, I got to find a way to get out of here. Oh! Oh, my gosh! Wait. That's her knife. She left her knife.
Alison: I didn't take jack away from you. You drove him away yourself.
Livvie: No, alison, we were happy together. I was happy.
Rafe: Oh, so -- so that's what this was all about? All the lies. You never even really wanted me. You just wanted to hurt alison.
Livvie: I wanted you to see what it felt like to lose the person you loved the most in this world.
Alison: You really hated me that much?
Livvie: You took something from me, so I took something from you.
Alison: All this crazy need for revenge -- it didn't just hurt me. Look at you.
Livvie: Hey, it made me a survivor.
Alison: Yeah. A survivor. Now you're all alone.
Livvie: No. I am not alone, alison. I've still got my baby. And I have this ring on my finger.
Rafe: Oh, you have got to be kidding me. I'm having this nightmare of a marriage dissolved as soon as i can.
Livvie: What, you think I'm going to make it easy for you? Both of you, you think i'm just going to roll over and die and let your little fairy tale continue? Oh, sorry, it's not over. No matter how much you want it to be.
Ian: Crazy day, huh?
Lucy: Oh, yeah. Those kids, first of all, tried to kill us, you know? Dragging us all over -- ok, maybe I dragged us all over town. And then this silly back thing. Only i would slip on a rubber duck, of all things.
Ian: How are you feeling?
Lucy: Ok. I mean, I'm stiff. I think I'll be stiff tomorrow, but I'm much better, thanks to my own personal physician. Thank you, doctor.
Ian: Wait till you get the bill.
Lucy: Hmm. Ok. You want to tell me what's going on here? You've gone all dark and broody on me.
Ian: Well, you know the irish. You know, always a little -- a little darkness, a little brooding. That's just part of it. It's nothing.
Lucy: Really? I don't think it's nothing. You know what I think? I think you were really worried about me.
Ian: I'm a doctor. You hurt your back, you know. Of course I --
lucy: You didn't know I hurt my back when you heard me yell. You just came running in there, and I saw that look on your face. You were really worried. You thought maybe it was kevin, didn't you?
Ian: No, I didn't, no.
Lucy: Yes, you did. You thought it was. He was after me again -- that's what you thought.
Ian: No, I -- maybe for a moment.
Lucy: Hey. Thank you. You know something? You really are my best friend. My very best friend.
Ian: But it's probably the magic hands, you know.
Lucy: Oh, I like those. You have nice hands.
Ian: I've -- we should turn in.
Ian: It's late.
Lucy: I know. Boy, i shouldn't have had a sip of that. That's made me really tired. It's been a crazy day, huh?
Ian: Those kids, you know --
Ian: Bloody -- it's like 36 hours in the hospital.
Lucy: I know. But we should be able to keep up with them, you know? And we should be able to do that and then go out dancing till dawn.
Ian: I'll leave the light on for you.
Lucy: Very funny. But you know what? You're not funny -- you think you're funny, don't you?
Ian: I am funny.
Lucy: No, you're not. Oh. Oh, I should go pick up all those dolls. You know, christina's got a hundred of them scattered all around her room. She'll probably trip on them.
Ian: I'll pick them up.
ian: Got to go check the fridge, make sure that danny has enough juice in there.
Lucy: How is it possible those kids can drink so much juice?
Ian: I don't know. What's tomorrow? The empire state building is -- knowing those kids, they'll probably want to take the stairs all the way up. This doesn't bother me, yoyoyou ... I'm a man of steel. I can do it. I don't want to carry you. I will. But, you know --
ian: There. Good night, my friend. My best friend.
Nurse: There. Does that feel better, dr. Collins?
Kevin: Oh, yes, yes. Thank you. You know, you really are an angel of mercy. You know, I can't believe I cut myself that way.
Nurse: Huh? You're all done here. You have a good night, dr. Collins.
Kevin: Oh, I shall. Thank you. Thank you, nurse ingrid.
Alison: It was stupid to even try and talk to her. I don't even know what i was thinking.
Rafe: Just try to calm down, ok?
Alison: I can'T. I mean, how can you with her out on the loose, like a wild dog?
Rafe: She can't hurt us anymore.
Alison: Yeah, well -- livvie's very creative.
Ra well -- now, listen to me. She doesn't have any power unless we give it to her. And so right now we're together, and we're not going to give livvie a second thought. You got it?
Alison: Yeah. Yeah. You're right. Yeah, just -- just you and me. Whew.
Rafe: And you know what?
Rafe: Right now there's something I want that only you can give me.
Alison: Hmm. What is it? What's the matter?
Rafe: It's just that -- something doesn't seem right. You know when we gave each other our pretend wedding vows?
Alison: They weren't pretend to me.
Rafe: No, I know, and they weren't to me, either. But it's just -- you didn't have a wedding gown, and you didn't have flowers.
Alison: Yeah, we had lots of flowers. You picked a whole bundle from the field.
Rafe: That's true. That's right, I did. But you know what? Our friends weren't there. I mean, all the people that we really care about -- they weren't invited.
Alison: Well, I know. It was our special day, just you and me.
Rafe: But -- but it wasn't what you dreamed about. I mean, you know, when you were a kid. Really.
Alison: Well, rafe, under the circumstances, i mean, it was -- it was lovely. I mean, it was -- it's ok.
Rafe: I don't think so.
Rafe: Alison barrington, will you marry me?
Rafe: Yeah, I figured you asked me the first time, so now it's my turn. I mean, I want a real wedding. You know, a big fancy wedding. With a big cake and dancing and you in a beautiful wedding gown, just walking down the aisle to me, you know? And I want our friends there. All our friends there who stood by us and helped us along the way right from the beginning. And all the people in town who said a little prayer for us, when we needed it most, and believed in us. And believed in miracles. I want to join hands with you. You know, I want to join our lives together again.
Alison: I don't even know what to say.
Rafe: Whoo. Ok. So, you know what? I guess I'm going to have to ask you again. Alison barrington, will you marry me? Will you do me the incredible honor of becoming my wife?
Rafe: Is that a yes?
Alison: Yes. Yes.
Jack: There you are. Livvie?
>> Stay tuned for scenes from the next "port charles:" Naked eyes.
>> On the next "port charles" --
marissa: This is my notebook. Where did you get this? Ricky, what are you doing with my stuff?
Jamal: Jack has been missing for the last couple of days. No one's seen or heard from him.
Jack: What were you going to do with me here? You better answer me. You better tell me what I want to hear.
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