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Port Charles Transcript Wednesday
Provided by Suzanne
[Knock on door]
marissa: Ricky? Ricky, are you there?
Marissa: Hurry up.
Ricky: All right, just -- hold on.
Ricky: Marissa. Hey, are you all right?
Marissa: Yeah, yeah, I'm fine.
Ricky: Oh, is jack -- did something --
marissa: Oh, no, no. We found him. He's fine. Look, I want my book of poetry back.
Ricky: Your book?
Marissa: Yeah. It has all the poems that I've ever written ever in my life in that little book. Where is it?
Marissa: "Uh-oh" what?
Ricky: Well, marissa, you said that after I went through all your stuff that it ruined it for you and you didn't need it anymore.
Marissa: Ok, fine. Yeah, I changed my mind. I want it back now.
Ricky: Yeah, but the pages were torn, so I threw it out.
Marissa: You what?
Ricky: Marissa, it was garbage, right?
Marissa: Forget it. This just --
ricky: Whoa, whoa, whoa, wait --
marissa: Let me go, ricky!
Ricky: Marissa, wait one second. Stay there. Stay. Don't go anywhere. I taped it back for you, not that you deserved it.
Marissa: Oh, so you were just going to let me think that it was gone?
Ricky: No, I would have told you in a couple of days.
Marissa: Oh, gee, thank you, ricky. That is just so mature, man. May I please have it back now?
Ricky: No. Oh, and that little tantrum that you threw after you found out i went through your stuff, that was real mature.
Marissa: Do you want me to beg?
Ricky: Look, I will give this back to you, but, first, you got to stay and listen to a little something that i've put together.
Marissa: Oh -- no, whoa. Wait a minute. You are not holding my book of poetry hostage again.
Ricky: Marissa, would you just shut up and listen for once in your life?
Livvie: This is something i should have given you two a long time ago.
Alison: What are you doing, livvie?
Livvie: Rafe. Give me that! Please! My god, what did you think? There was a gun in there or something?
Rafe: Well, for obvious reasons, that crossed my mind.
Livvie: Well, trust me, the satisfaction of getting rid of the both of you is not worth sacrificing myself or my child. Here. It's addressed to you. Go on. Open it.
Alison: What is that?
Rafe: These --
livvie: Annulment papers. Yeah, it's over, rafe. The marriage is over.
Alison: Livvie --
livvie: And don't bother hiding your excitement, alison. And, rafe, you can forget about the thank-you note.
Rafe: I don't know what to say.
Livvie: Try saying "i'm free." So am I.
Rafe: Whoa, hold on. Not so fast.
Livvie: What, rafe? Come on. It's all there. I took care of everything.
Rafe: Yeah, well, that's just it. You know i wanted this annulment and you went ahead and did it on your own.
Rafe: So what's your angle this time?
Lucy: Doc. How -- how did you get here? How did you get to the hotel?
Kevin: Well, I was looking for you. Aren't you going to invite me in?
Lucy: What did you do? You just left the hospital?
Kevin: Well, I just put one foot in front of the other, turned the old handle on the front door, and here i am.
Ian: Well, do you think that was a good idea leaving switzerland, leaving the treatment like that?
Kevin: Well, good idea or not, what i really needed to do is talk to my wife, thank you. Imagine my surprise to find the noble dr. Ian by her side -- again.
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lucy: Listen, I -- I just had no idea you'd be getting out of the hospital so soon, so this comes as a big surprise to me.
Kevin: Yeah, for all of us, lucy.
Lucy: Could you help me understand what's happening? You know, how did --
kevin: How did I find you? That wasn't very hard. You remember the message that you left on our answering machine?
Lucy: Right. I left the name of the hotel of where i'd be staying.
Ian: As soon as they find you missing, they're going to call lucy and they're going to track you down here.
Lucy: You know, he is right.
Ian: So what do you say? Let's call the hospital, tell them that you're ok?
Kevin: No, let's not, shall we? You know, I must have spoken to every therapist in switzerland. Well. And the only thing i really needed to do was to talk to my wife. Alone. You understand. So if you don't mind --
ian: I can't do that, kevin.
Lucy: Doc, listen --
kevin: Listening isn't what i need right now.
Ian: Well, you need some help. You know this is not the right way.
Kevin: And who put you in charge of deciding the right way for me?
Kevin: Christina! Oh, honey, can you give your daddy a big welcome-home hug?
Christina: You came hom daddy. You're all better?
Rafe: Come on, livvie, I think this is a fair question. You draw up the annulment papers on your own without even asking me. Now, i know you're getting something out of this, and I want to know what it is.
Livvie: What's the matter, rafe? You're getting a little paranoid?
Alison: Well, you shot him once and you've gone out of your way to make both of our lives miserable. So why should we believe your gesture?
Livvie: Well, let's see, because it's completely and utterly self-serving. Is that a good enough answer for you?
Rafe: It's a start.
Livvie: I promise you, the only angle i have here is to get the two of you out of my life. The sooner, the better. What? What is it, then? You think I want you back? You think I want this marriage to work? And serving you annulment papers would do what, rafe? Make you realize what a big fat jackass you really are? No, trust me. I just want to get myself and my child as far away from the both of you as possible, because i don't want either one of us exposed to your sickening soul-mate twin-flame "we're meant to be together through all the ages" bull.
Rafe: All right, fine! You want an annulment. So do I. What do I do?
Livvie: Just sign the damn papers, rafe. Let's get this nightmare of a marriage over with. Short and sweet. Well, not so sweet, actually. Just like us.
Rafe: Great, great, great. Why don't you just sit down for a second while i take a look at this?
Livvie: Yeah, that's right, rafe. Read it over. Read it. Read it really carefully.
Alison: Yeah, make sure you check the fine print.
Livvie: Yeah, check the fine print, right, ali? Yeah, we know each other all too well.
Alison: Yeah, we used to, didn't we?
Livvie: Well, maybe I like it better this way.
Alison: Is that really what you want? You want people to, like, turn the other way when you walk down the street?
Livvie: Stop. You can wish me well later, because I just ate. I can't take it.
Alison: Fine. You know what? I won't wish you well, and I really don't care what you do. But don't even think for a second that I feel sorry for you. Sit down.
Livvie: Yeah, you finished yet, rafe?
Rafe: Can't be done quick enough, huh? Ok. Fine. Good.
Rafe: There. Our marriage is done.
Rafe: Over and out.
Livvie: Good riddance to it and to the both of you.
Marissa: No, ricky, i am not staying and listening to this stupid, dumb song.
Ricky: Marissa, just stop. Just chill out for just a second, all right? It's not dumb. This is for you.
Marissa: For me?
Ricky: Yeah. Now, if you could just listen for 30 seconds, maybe you'd recognize something.
Marissa: Ricky, what the heck are you talking about?
singer: All my life i've lived a lie believed i was alone and I was satisfied then i learned of you another me
marissa: That's my poem. That's my poem about casey.
Singer: But you were gone before i found you
ricky: Yeah. The words are beautiful, marissa.
Marissa: But how did --
ricky: Shh, just listen.
Singer: Too late for me to know you
singer: The half of me i'd never met desperation, devastation deep regret my lucky life and your broken dreams but I didn't know to change things too late for me to know you
ricky: So, what did you think? I mean, I know it's a little rough and everything, but I want to know what you thought. Say something. I mean, I can handle it. If you hated it --
marissa: Thank you.
Marissa: It's beautiful. It's beautiful.
Ricky: Hey. Right.
Marissa: Thank you, ricky. Thank you.
Ricky: You're welcome.
Alison: Hey, wait. Whatever you think about me --
livvie: Oh, trust me, alison. You don't want to know.
Alison: Look, I am concerned, ok, but I'm concerned mostly about that baby.
Livvie: My baby?
Alison: Yeah, what are you going to do?
Livvie: Do? What do you mean, "do," alison? What are you talking about? About getting an abortion --
Livvie: Or give it up for adoption?
Alison: No, that's not what I'm saying. That's not what I meant.
Livvie: Oh, you would really like to see that, wouldn't you? You would really like to see me end up all alone with nothing, not even my own child.
Alison: I'm not -- i'm not asking you questions about your baby because I want you to be alone. Livvie, I'm asking you because you are alone.
Livvie: Oh, alison, don't you dare worry about my baby. I can take care of my own. And I am going to get myself and my child as far away from this town and the both of you so I can forget any of this ever happened.
Rafe: That won't be easy.
Livvie: I'm sure you both will get exactly what you deserve.
Alison: Livvie, that's not really what I was saying. I -- let it go. I meant --
rafe: Let it go. Come on.
Alison: Right. Do you think she has?
Lucy: Christina, why don't we go finish that drawing you were going to do?
Kevin: And have her miss all the fun? No, not my favorite little munchkin! You have gotten so big since i've been away.
Christina: I'm a big girl no
kevin: Yes, you are, and I missed you so much.
Christina: I missed you, too, daddy.
Lucy: Doc, please, please --
kevin: You know, I bet you and mommy and ian have been having just a wonderful time down here in new york city since i've been gone, so why don't we just sit right down here and you can tell me all about it.
Lucy: Doc, stop. Please, just let me take christina. Listen, sweet pea, maybe we should go finish that drawing together. You know, I could take you back so we can finish that and then try on that dress we bought, the new one, you know, that blue one? You know, we got to see if it fits.
Kevin: Oh, mommy sounds awfully serious, doesn't she? I think maybe you better go with her.
Lucy: Yes, mommy is very, very serious.
Kevin: Ok. You go with mommy, and I'll just be waiting right here for her to come back.
Lucy: Right. You'll be waiting. I understand. I'll be right back.
Kevin: Big kiss, christina.
Ian: You really scared the hell out of lucy, you know that, don't you?
Kevin: You mean you think i would hurt my own daughter?
Ian: No one really knows what to expect from you anymore, kevin. That's the problem.
Kevin: Oh, I see. You think I'm deranged.
Ian: Well, try to explain to me that what you're doing is normal.
Kevin: I think the question is, why would I explain anything to you?
Ian: Because I'd like to know what happened to you. Why do you want to attack your own wife like that? I know there's a decent man in there somewhere.
Kevin: Oh. I'm touched. I didn't know you thought so highly of me.
Ian: God, kevin, we both know you didn't walk out of that clinic. You broke out, which means there's people looking for you.
Kevin: Yeah, people with electrodes and straitjackets, you mean.
Ian: And the police. There's charges against you.
Kevin: That's not my concern anymore.
Ian: Ok, not your concern. Well, then what is your concern, kevin? What do you plan on doing? Just take lucy and christina and run away? That's the kind of life you want for them? You think you're ready for that? And do you think that what happened before is not going to happen again?
Kevin: Are you referring to the time I actually tried to kill my own wife? Yes, i can tell you that won't happen again.
Ian: That's kevin talking. What about ryan?
Kevin: Anything that's left of ryan in my head is as dead as he is. There's no more delusions, no more psychotic breaks.
Ian: Kevin, you're a professional. You know things take a long time. Let's do this. Let me call the hospital, and we'll take you back. Lucy and me will take you back. She wants to be with you. She wants to be with you there.
Kevin: Why should i believe you?
Ian: Because it's the truth. Come on. You need some help. You know you do. Let's go get it. Get it for lucy. Get it for the kids.
Kevin: And for me. I'm sorry, ian. Forgive me. I know you're right.
Ian: You're a good man.
Kevin: But I need your help, though. I -- I should make that call to the clinic myself. I don't have the number.
Ian: I'll get it for you. You know it's the only way.
Kevin: Yeah, it is the best way.
Ian: Yes, hi. Information? I need a number, an international number, yes. A number for switzerland. I'll hold. Sure. Hi. Is this swiss information?
Kevin: The best way possible.
Marissa: I got to show this to jamal.
Ricky: Oh. Yeah, yeah. So you really liked that, huh?
Marissa: Yeah. It's not what you usually play, but --
ricky: Yeah, well, I got inspired to do something a little different. I made copies.
Marissa: To keep?
Ricky: Yeah. They're your words, marissa.
Marissa: Oh, my god, ricky. Thank you. Thank you so much. You know -- you know, for a guy who tries to come off as such a jerk, you're really not that bad.
Ricky: So, friends?
Marissa: Can you stand it?
Marissa: God, you know, I wish i could do something to show you how much i appreciate this, ricky.
Ricky: You just did.
Marissa: You know, ricky, we've got to find you a girl.
Ricky: I had one. We both wrote a song about her.
Marissa: Yeah. Yeah, we did, didn't we?
Marissa: I'll see you.
Ricky: See you.
singer: All my life i've lived a lie
alison: So i guess this whole thing with livvie is really over. There's nothing standing in our way now.
Rafe: So you ready to pick a date? Any date you want, huh?
Alison: Actually, it's funny that you ask that. I was thinking about that a little bit, and I had an idea. And actually, I think it's a little too perfect. Remember how you made everybody's dreams come true last year on christmas?
Alison: Well, I was thinking maybe you could make my dream come true and give me the best present you could ever give me. Will you make me your wife on christmas day?
Livvie: You'll learn, little one, that there are people in this world who pretend to care about you, but they really want to see you end up alone with nothing. I suppose I could just let it go, but what kind of lesson would that teach you? Rafe and alison have to pay, and mommy will make sure they do, because mommy always knows best.
Lucy: Christina, you can leave that pretty dress on. Just practice your dance in front of the mirror, ok? Don't come out until i come to get you.
Lucy: Where's ian?
Kevin: Oh, he and i had a very good talk.
Lucy: You did?
Kevin: He thinks it'd be a good idea if i went back to the clinic. Frankly, i think he's right.
Lucy: Oh, doc, i do, too. I'm so glad --
kevin: He also thinks it'd be a good idea if we spend some time together.
Kevin: Yeah. So, let's sit down.
Kevin: Lucy, it's all right. I'm a lot better. I'm not going to try and hurt you.
Lucy: I'm not afraid. I know you would never truly really want to hurt me.
Kevin: I could never do that, not to my beautiful wife.
>> Stay tuned for scenes from the next "port charles: Naked eyes."
>> On the next "port charles" --
livvie: You know, a ring is a promise, rafe, and i promise you you'll never get your happy ending with alison.
Jack: I could definitely lose myself in you.
Lucy: Ian -- oh, my god.
Kevin: Now we can really be alone.
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