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Port Charles Transcript Wednesday
Provided By Eric
Alison: I don't know, you know? It's sort of just -- not really working for me. I feel like a marshmallow.
Elizabeth: Just get that -- get it off your head.
Alison: It's stupid. It's awful -- a bird.
Elizabeth: Oh, these shoes -- these are nice. Ose?
Alison: Oh, yes, and the heel would be so comfortable. And, look, I can fall down the aisle for only $400 and look like an idiot.
Elizabeth: Oh, but, darling, it'll be the memory that will count.
Alison: Oh, I know.
[Knock on door]
Alison: I know. Wouldn't it, though? Oh, my gosh! Those are so pretty.
Salesgirl: Champagne and flowers for the bride-to-be.
Elizabeth: Wow. Wyndham's has really upgraded their customer service since I used to shop here.
Alison: How beautiful is that? Oh, my gosh. Who gets flowers and champagne --
elizabeth: Oh, my.
Alison: When they try on wedding dresses? Oh, they're from rafe.
Elizabeth: He certainly has good taste.
Alison: He is the sweetest.
Salesgirl: I'd say you're one lucky girl.
Alison: Hmm --
salesgirl: How are we doing?
Elizabeth: Um -- we're going to need a few more selections.
Elizabeth: And actually, could you have them turn up the air conditioner a bit? It's getting warm in here.
Alison and elizabeth: Thank you.
Alison: Are you not feeling very well?
Elizabeth: Oh, it's just this bug.
Elizabeth: Yeah. This designer water that the band drinks is the only thing that h helping. Hmm.
Elizabeth: That tastes different.
Alison: Well, that's because it is different. I'm sorry, I spilled it when we were at the hotel, so I just refilled it with some water at the bar. I hope stephen's special blend can wait.
Elizabeth: Oh, I guess it's gog to have to wait.
[Christmas music plays]
Jack: Yes, at christmas, the whole town just kind of lights up.
Tess: It's so beautiful. Marissa calls it "the spirit."
Jack: Yeah, that's definitely the christmas spirit.
Tess: Well, I like it so much, jack.
Jack: Well, I've got a surprise for you. As soon as we look at all the decorations and we go etet santa, we're going to go get you some early christmas presents.
Jack: Yeah, like some new clothes.
Tess: No more livvie clothes
jack: That's right, no more livvie clothes. We're going to get you some tess clotS.
Tess: Just for me?
Jack: Just for you.
[Ian imitates a race car]
Tess: Ian has the spirit.
Jack: Hey, guys.
Ian: Ah, tess. Hey, how are you?
Tess: Did you see the lights?
Ian: Yeah. Danny enjoys them, as well. I think he's big enough to start enjoying them. We're going to see if he takes a shine to santa.
Jack: I saw lucy had him down at thearark the other day with christina. It's kind of like they're brother and sister.
Ian: They're good friends, yeah.
Jack: So where is she, anyway?
Ian: Where's who, jack?
Ian: She's at home with her family, where she belongs.
Rafe: Ah, this is great. This is amazing. Alison's going to be so surprised. She'll love it. She' love it.
Lucy: She'll love it? Good. But do you think it will be normal enough for her?
Rafe: Yeah. Better be.
Rafe: So, what inspired you?
Lucy: Oh, gosh, I don't know. I guess it's just because doc's back, and I'm trying to get my life back to normal.
Rafe: Good. Well, that's great.
Lucy: You know what? I think this is going to be such a special christmas because you -- you get to try to be normal --
Rafe: I'm normal.
Lucy: And I -- I get my husband back. Best present ever, huh?
Kevin: You don't really want to call the police, do you?
Stephen: If you wanted my attentionyou got it.
Kevin: Good. Now hang up the phone, or I just may have to have a cigar.
Stephen: Yeah, during most gas leaks, I usually try to have a very strict no-smoking policy. How did you get in here?
Kevin: You know, that was surprisingly easy. I figured you'd have all kinds of bodyguards to keep off the rabid fans.
Kevin: You're feeling pretty secure these days. Got everything lined up the way you want.
Kevin: Gets right in your throat, doesn't it?
Stephen: What is this? A street kidnapping? You want an autograph or -- oh, you have your own agenda.
Kevin: I want you to stay away from my daughter.
Stephen: Your daughter?
Kevin: Olivia locke. Most people know her as livvie. Now, you either back off of her, or --
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Ian: Ah. Look at the lights. Don't they sparkle nice, huh?
Tess: Can I?
Ian: What? Why not? It's christmas for everybody, right?
Tess: Oh. Let's go look at the trees. They have really pretty colored balls on them. I don't think we ever had anything like that in the fore.
Ian: Stay nearby.
Jack: Hey, don't worry. Tess would never hurt him.
Ian: Yeah. Here's a young lady -- we don't even know if she's human or not -- and she's walking around with s son. I know, it's just me being a scrooge, you know? I'll get over it.
Tess: Why is this happening? Why is livvie in my mind?
Stephen: Livvie, of course.
Kevin: That's good. That's -- that's excellent. The raised eyebrow in shock -- that really works for you. You know, I think if the rock star thing gets old -- and it will -- you should consider the theater.
Stephen: And you might want to consider a mental institution. I think you can get in on a family plan. Your daughter is psycho. And from where I'm standing, e e apple didn't fall too far from the tree. She thinks I'm a vampire.
Kevin: Oh, that's my girl. No dummy, she.
Stephen: There's one thing I don't quite understand. If I supposedly have the supernatural powers, how is it you're not affected by the gas?
Kevin: It's a slow leak. And I've always had a talent for controlling my breathing. It's saved my life more than once. Now, why is it that none of us ever of heard you, stephen, until ju b before you came to port charles?
Stephen: I'm an overnight sensation.
Kevin: Have you ever asked yourself about this need to be someone or something that you're not? It is denial, you know. Actually symptomatic of a man who finds it too painful to see himself as he really is.
Stephen: Spoken like someone who's been there.
Kevin: That's good. You are entertaining, I' give you that. And you didn't have to sing a note.
Stephen: You know what you're not quite comprehending here -- your daughter stalked me. Then you come in here, crazier than a fruitcake, threatening to blow the place up. Now, say I was a vampire. Why didn't I take her out weeks ago? Why didn't I finish you the moment I saw you here?
Kevin: Well, that's what I came to figure out. Why haven't you struck yet? What is it you really want? And why is it so important you have to keep up this charade, caleb?
Stephen: "Caleb." Oh, it's going to be a long night.
Kevin: I can end r right now if you like.
Stephen: You'd be taking us both out.
Kevin: Ironic, isn't it?
Stephen: You're serious, aren't you?
Kevin: I'm dead serious.
Tess: It's ok. Danny, I'm all -- I'm all better now.
Jack: Yeah, he seems to like tess.
Ian: Yeah. Don't know where she came from, we don't know where she's going. She's got a pure heart.
Jack: So you're not worried about her anymore, huh?
Ian: No, no, no. Carpe diem. Seize the day. Grab a little happiness while you can. Why do you worry about what other people think?
Jack: What about you? When are you going to grab a a little happiness?
Ian: What areou talking about? I got my job, I got danny, I'm fine.
Jack: You know what I'm talking about -- that other stuff.
Ian: You mean the love stuff?
Ian: I have a terrible habit of picking exactly the right woman at precisely the wrong time.
Alison: If you don't mind my saying so, you don't really look so good.
Elizabeth: Oh, no, no, no. No, I'm fine. I'm fine. It's just that rafe picked out such a tasteful bottle, and, you know, that was actually one of your father's favorites. It is. And I just think that you should share it with your fiance, not me.
Alison: You know, rafe is really trying to be very supportive of you and of me, and I would really love to be able to tell him the same thing, you know? Maybe we could do that or something? Hey, you and I are -- look what we're doing. Never in my wildest dreams would I have ever imagined that I would be planning my wedding with you, my mother.
Elizabeth: I know. I know, sweetie. Oh, I just wish that we hadn't missed so many years in between.
Alison: I know, I know, I know, I know, I know. I know about all that, but listen to me, I'm very serious -- I don't want to be spending any more time looking backwards. I just -- I want to keep going forward with everything, because this is going to be a very special time and it's going to bring everyone a lot of joy.
Elizabeth: I know. I know, and rafe is the one who you have decided to share that with, so who am I to disagree? Oh, alison, this is going to be such apepecial wedding, and I actually get to watch you start a brand-new life with the man that you love.
Alison: It's a brand-new life for all of us, mom. Hi.
Salesgirl: Something else arved for the bride.
Alison: Oh. Thank you.
Elizabeth: Ooh. Good.
Alison: Here, you hold these pretty veils.
Elizabeth: One thing after another around here, isn't it?
Alison: Mm-hmm. It is a key -- this is from rafe again.
Alison: It must be. It's from rafe. He has a "surprise" for me.
Elizabeth: What surprise? What kind of surprise?
Alison: I have no idea what he is up to.
Alison: He wants me to come.
Elizabeth: Well, then you'd better go.
Alison: In the middle of our shopping spree?
Elizabeth: Oh, absolutely. Baby, I'm not really feeling that well at all to tell you e e truth. I think I'm just going to go back to the hotel and take a nap, anyway.
Alison: Are you positive?
Elizabeth: Absolutely. Go, go, go, go, go. I'm going to take care of all this stuff.
Elizabeth: And you know what? I bet we're going to be able to find the perfect shoes in the city.
Alison: Yeah, we will, huh?
Elizabeth: Shall we do that?
Alison: Not here.
Elizabeth: All right.
Elizabeth: I got all this. Oh --
alison: I will call you later, ok?
Elizabeth: Hey, don't forget this.
Alison: Thank you.
Elizabeth: All right.
Alison: Bye. Thank you.
Elizabeth: Oh, god.
Elizabeth: Oh --
oh, stephen, come on, pick up. Please answer the phone.
Kevin: We don't want any interruptions.
[Kevin turns ringer off]
Kevin: Not when it's just getting good.
Stephen: I'm -- I'm in no position to argue.
Kevin: Caleb as victim -- that's rich.
Elizabeth: Hey, it's me. Oh, you will not believe this. I am so sick again. It's just -- it's getting worse, stephen. Um -- call me as soon as you get this, ok? I just -- I don't know, I just -- I need you. Ok, call me.
Kevin: Let's talk about control -- how you use it, how you get it, how easy it is to abuse it when you wield it over the young and vulnerable.
Stephen: Ah, back to livvie.
Kevin: My daughter is the one thing you will not be glib about! You're the one who led her down that dark road, and we both know that once you get a taste of that, you never lose it.
Stephen: Well, this is -- this is all very dramatic. And in fact, y a and livvie and a lot of other people in this town seem to enjoy living in a fantasy world where good and evil are in constant battle with one another and vampires can be killed with a stake. But I'll tell you what, doc -- buy the video game. Don't live it.
Kevin: What did you call me?
Stephen: I didn't call you anything but crazy.
Kevin: No, you called me doc. Now, why would stephen clay, who's never been here, know that I'm a doctor?
Rafe: Over here. Follow my voice.
Alison: Rafe, what are you up to?
Rafe: Come on, never mind. Just keep coming. I'm right over here.
Alison: Oh, my god, your hair. You --
Alison: It looks so good!
Rafe: Never mind. I have a wonderful picnic for you here. You know, the finest cuisine, greatest cheeses of the world, including american.
Alison: And, rafe, champagne. Did you -- did you bring me to this empty warehouse to show me a picnic and your hair?
Rafe: No, no, no, no. I -- I brought you here for this.
Alison: That's awesome. What is it called?
Rafe: It's called normal. It's what I wanted to give you.
Alison: I don't understand.
Rafe: Well, see, it's just that -- well, I have been wracking my nd about, you know, what I'm going to do -- what am I going tdo once we're married, you know? I got to get a real job, you know, something good, something useful for us, for normal. And -- and, well, turns out that lucy owns this building and she offered -- that I can lease it with an option to buy.
Alison: She did?
Rafe: And once I'm done with it, I'm -- I mean, you know, once we're done with it, I think it'll be a business that I can actually handle. I'm going to build a gym.
Alison: A a gym?
Rafe: Yeah. Yeah, you know, I can train people in self-defense and fitness and all kinds of stuff, you know? It'll be great.
Alison: It sounds like a lot of work.
Rafe: Yeah, yeah, it is! It is. It's a huge amount of work, but I can do it -- we can do it -- with my bare hands. And you know what? There's this great place for an apartment upstairs. So, you know, got a real job, a place to live, and once we start making money instead ofaying it back, we can actually buy our own house and have a real white picket fence.
Alison: When did you come up with all of this?
Rafe: Oh, you know, while you were shopping with your mother.
Alison: Oh, ok.
Rafe: You know, the paperwork's already all drawn up and everything, so if this is normal enough for you, it's a done deal.
Alison: Oh, I don't -- I don't know, rafe. I mean, this isn't exactly normal.
Rafe: Well --
alison: It's heaven.
Rafe: It's going to be great.
Alison: Yeah, I know, I know.
Stephen: Ok, whoever you are, fun's over. Get out of here.
Kevin: No, the fun's just beginning. You called me doc. No one calls me doc except my wife. It's a nickname I tolerate. I don't really like it. And I never introduced myself to you.
Stephen: Are you kidding me? You've been shrinking me since I walked through that door.
Kevin: I didn't know it was so obvious.
Stephen: "It's symptomatic of denial syndrome," or whatever that garbage was coming out of your mouth.
Kevin: You really have given this disguise a lot of thought, haven't you, caleb? I mean, right down to the point of having to explain the inexplicable to people who buy it. But not me.
Stephen: Fine. You win, and I've had enough of your little power game. You keep your daughter away from me, and I will --
Stephen: Avoid her like the plague.
Kevin: Wasn't that easy?
Stephen: Oh -- is this so I can spell your name correctly for the police?
Kevin: No, it's in case you need to talk to someone. You obviously have issues. I don't know, maybe your mother didn't love you enough or she didn't approve of your line of work.
Stephen: You know, you'll be the first person I call.
Kevin: You know, I really wish you'd give me a chance. I could write volumes delving into your psyche.
Kevin: Ooh -- maybe next time.
Lucy: Look at all of us out here christmas shopping, huh? That's the holidays. I ve the holidays. It's so pretty. Everything looks so nice -- shopping for kids and for everybody.
Jack: Oh, oh, that reminds me. While tess is over there with dnyny, I'm going to sneak away and go buy her an early christmas present. You guys will watch her?
Ian: We'll keep an eye on her, sure.
Jack: All right. Hey, watch out for that mistletoe.
Lucy: Bye, jack.
Clerk: Mrs. Collins?
Lucy: Yes --
clerk: Sorry it took so long. They put christmas paper on it instead of anniversary paper.
Lucy: Oh. Thank you.
Clerk: I'm certain your husband will love it. Happy holidays.
Lucy: You, too.
Ian: Those department stores, huh? I got to tell you -- oh, yeah, it's your anniversary -- and christmas. A lot of stuff to celebrate, isn't there?
Lucy: Yeah. I'd like you to celebrate christmas at my house. Could you come, maybe? I mean, christina really misses you --
ian: Come to your house?
Lucy: Yeah, I --
ian: And celebrate christmas and the anniversary, you and your husband? You know, it sounds tempting, but I think I'm going to take danny, go to manhattan. Maybe see tim and kate, brennan, you know.
Lucy: Yeah, that sounds nice. Kate -- I'm sure he'd like that. Every little boy should see fifth avenue at the holidays.
Ian: Yeah. I think santa wants to have his picture taken with the thornhart boys, so I got to go.
Lucy: Oh, ok, right.
Ian: Happy holidays to you.
Lucy: Happy holidays.
Tess: Isn't it pretty, danny?
Tess: Danny? Danny?
Elizabeth: Oh -- oh, hey. Hey. Are you lost? Look at you. You are --
elizabeth: Such a beautiful little boy. Hmm. I could just eat you up.
Stay tuned for scenes from the next "port charles: Naked eyes."
On the next "port charles" --
stephen: Still not interested.
Livvie: And I'm not here to see you.
Ricky: Hey, look, stephen, I tried to call her but couldn't get ahold of her.
Livvie: I'm here to see ricky.
Singer: Through naked eyes
tess: Don't hurt him.
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