One Life to Live Transcript Tuesday 6/15/10


Episode # 10711

Provided By Boo
Proofread By Kathy

Gigi: Oh, Natalie, thank God you're here. I need help.

Natalie: Sure.

Gigi: Total, brutal honesty. How do I look?

Natalie: You look stunning, but you need earrings.

Gigi: I know. I know, but I went through all my pairs, and I've either worn them 1,000 times or none of them are right for this outfit.

Natalie: Well it just turns out, I have a good pair that would go with that perfectly, and you're borrowing them.

Gigi: Thank you very much.

Natalie: Absolutely. You looks smoking hot already. What's the occasion?

Gigi: First date.

Natalie: First date? With who?

Rex: Me.

Woman: Well, where have you been, Dave? We never see you anymore.

David: Ah, London, Paris.

Second Woman: Listen to you.

David: I was on nylon for a while, but chafed -- that joke used to kill on the Concorde -- but now I'm back in Llanview, and I'm ready to celebrate with my little brother Matthew.

Second Woman: Hey, Matt.

Matthew: Hi.

Woman: Good looks run in the family.

Matthew: Well, we are only half-brothers.

Second Woman: Well, if you're half as fun as Dave, we'll blow the lid off of this town tonight.

David: So, shall we?

Jessica: We have to face it, Kelly. It was me.

[Knocks on door]

John: Hey, I'm sorry to interrupt. Your assistant said I could come is everything okay?

Kelly: Everything is fine. Yeah. What are you doing here?

John: I just thought I'd check in with you about your mother's case.

Kelly: Thank you. Thank you. I've been meaning to ask you, any new developments with the Ford case?

John: You sure everything is all right?

Kelly: Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

John: Well, he's awake.

[Telephone rings]

Téa: Hello?

Blair: Hey, it's me.

Téa: Blair, not now. Just give me one night's peace, all right?

Blair: Have you seen Todd yet?

Téa: No. Why?

Blair: Well, because I ran into him at the hospital. Actually, he was in Dr. Evans' office, and he was looking at your file.

Téa: What? Oh --

Blair: Now listen to me. He went there on his own. He was suspicious that something was wrong with you. She decided to look for himself.

[Knocks on door]

Blair: Téa, he knows everything.

Woman: Well, we have the limos, so let's roll.

Matthew: Dave, come here for a second.

David: Ladies.

Matthew: What the heck is going on?

David: We are going to paint the town red old-school Buchanan style. It's our birthright and our

Matthew: I don't know if I'm ready to go out.

David: Which is exactly why you need to go out. You got to get back in the saddle.

Matthew: You mean, get back on the saddle.

David: Matthew, I want you to answer a question without thinking. Do you want to be Clint or Asa?

Matthew: That's not fair.

David: Life isn't fair, little brother, but you're a Buchanan. That has its advantages, so you have two choices. You can stay home. You can sit around and start smelling again, or you can come out with me and Wendy and Fawn and watch people Fawn over Fawn and Wendy and me.

Matthew: Which one is Fawn again?

David: Who cares? Look. Do you want to be the guy that Dani dumped, or do you want to be the guy that got an upgrade to bigger and better?

Dani: Look. Everyone is watching us like they know you've got a backpack full of cash.

Nate: Relax, all right? Nothing here but two hungry people.

Dani: Oh, right. Anybody got change for 50 grand?

Nate: We didn't do anything wrong.

Dani: It's not ours.

Nate: It was left out in the open for anybody to take.

Dani: Nate --

Nate: I'm just saying, why can't it be ours?

Matthew: Asa. I want to be Asa all the way.

David: Gives us a lot of room to work with.

Matthew: Well, I'm 16.

David: Only on paper.

Matthew: But Fawn and Wendy, they're ladies.

David: Don't let them hear you say that. They're fun-loving. They don't care about ages.

Matthew: Still --

David: Matthew, you are rugged. You've lived. You've survived. You've seen the world, and you have platinum credit. Actually, you're none of those things, but you'll be standing right next to me bathed in my aura. You'll be the pilot fish to my thresher shark. What an image. So which one?

Matthew: You mean, like, choose?

David: I mean, like, exactly.

Matthew: Well, I mean, they are both hot, but Fawn is --

David: Good choice. She's totally into you.

Matthew: Nah.

David: Yeah. I'll prove it. Fawn, my little brother Matthew, he can't quite decide -- tie or no tie?

Fawn: A tie would just take away from his eyes. Be loose.

Matthew: Okay.

David: Well, I guess that settles it. Let's be on our way. Ladies, lead us to the limo.

[Matthew exhales]

David: Ha ha ha! I told you. Get a helmet. This is gonna be the night of your life.

[Matthew exhales]

Rex: Yeah. These are for you.

Gigi: Thank you. I should probably put them in some water.

Natalie: I'll take care of it, and I'll put them in the carriage house for you.

Gigi: Thank you. How did you know I was here?

Rex: I didn't. I just dropped by to see Natty on my way to pick you up.

Gigi: Oh. I need to grab something from upstairs.

Natalie: Yes. My room is the third door on the left. They are right on top of the dresser.

Gigi: Thank you. I owe you.

Natalie: Go ahead. First date?

Rex: Yeah. We kind of skipped that part.

Natalie: Are you guys gonna be able to speak without my help?

Rex: She looks incredible. Every time I see her, my brain just --

Natalie: Freezes?

Rex: Yeah.

Natalie: What's going on?

Rex: Well, we decided to try again. We got together after Bo and Nora's wedding, and -- well, I mean, not like that.

Natalie: Got it. Yeah.

Rex: We can't let each other go we decided not to rush into it like we did before. Maybe that was part of the problem, so we are just gonna take it slow, you know, date.

Natalie: Okay.

Rex: Is it? Natty, am I crazy to do this again?

Kelly: So Ford is awake? Since when?

John: For a few hours.

Kelly: Can he talk?

John: Some. Doesn't appear to be any brain damage, but there's a few gaps in his memory.

Kelly: What does that mean?

John: Well, he remembers some people being there, Markko and Langston, and then they left.

Kelly: So he doesn't remember the attack at all.

John: So he says.

Kelly: Eh, I bet you don't believe him.

John: Oh, I don't know what I believe right now.

Jessica: So do you think he's holding back, that there was someone else there?

John: I don't know. Do you know anything?

Eli: Oh, I am so ready to end this day with a little you. What's wrong?

Blair: Todd just can't mind his own business.

Eli: Tell me about it. Is he bugging you again?

Blair: No. He found out about Téa.

Todd: Let me guess. It was Blair saying, "Look out. Todd is coming."

Téa: You can't just walk in here.

Todd: Well, the door was open.

Téa: No. This is my private room, and you cannot --

Todd: Forget it. I don't want to hear about that. I don't want to talk about doors being open or closed or whether I knocked. I want to talk about what the hell you think you're doing.

Téa: Ha ha ha! Ahem. You need to leave. You need to leave now, okay?

Todd: You know what? You know what I'm sick of? It's always about you, whatever you want, regardless of what anyone else wants. Want to break up with me? You know, that's fine. That's your loss. You want to raise our kid by yourself? Okay. I'll let you do that for a minute, but there's no way I'm gonna stand by while you -- you don't get to die. I won't let you.

Rex: Is this a big mistake?

Natalie: You are unbelievable.

Rex: It is.

Natalie: Rex, no. You and Gigi are the only two people who doubt that you belong together.

Rex: We made a huge mess of us.

Natalie: You’re gonna be more careful with each other. You still love her.

Rex: Well, that was never the problem.

Natalie: Okay. Then what is the problem?

Rex: There isn't, exactly.

Natalie: This is right, Rex. Do you feel it?

Rex: Every time I look at her.

Natalie: And she looks at you the same way. Now your life is about to get much more fun.

Gigi: Natalie, thanks again.

Natalie: Any time.

Rex: I'm ready when you are.

Gigi: I've been ready since high school.

Jessica: Why would I know anything about Ford's attack?

John: Well, you spent some time with Cristian. This guy Ford was his roommate. Did you ever see [words missing]

Kelly: So you said that you had some news about my mother's case.

John: Mm-hmm. Yeah. No. It's, I have this guy that I trust and [words missing]

Kelly: Okay. Thank you. Thank you. I appreciate the update. I really do.

John: Yeah. I just want to let you know we didn't forget about you.

Kelly: Oh, please. Come on. I know you're busy. I'm sure you need to get back to work to check in.

John: Yes, I do.

Kelly: All right.

John: All right.

Kelly: Thanks again. Bye.

Téa: Yeah. I don't know what it is you think you know, but you --

Todd: Don't lie about it! I know! I know you have cancer. I know you have a brain tumor. I know. I know it's big. I know that it's -- what do you call it?-a glio -- something.

Téa: This doesn't help, okay? It's not helping me.

Todd: And seeing that idiot Evans is helping, the one that says this is only gonna end one way -- badly? What are you doing? What is wrong with you?

Téa: Oh, God --

Todd: What's going on?

Téa: Get my purse. Get my purse, please. There is some pills in there. Get my purse.

Todd: I've got your purse.

Téa: Give me the pills.

Todd: Okay, okay, okay.

Téa: Give me some water. I can't get it.

Todd: Okay, okay. Take the water. How many?

Téa: Two. Thank you. Thank you.

Todd: How long before it kicks in?

Téa: It usually takes a few.

Todd: So what are you [words missing]

Todd: And it just went off?

Téa: Oh, no, no, no. This is just the warm-up. Ha ha! When it goes off, oh, it's gonna be spectacular.

Todd: Well, what else have you been feeling?

Téa: Dizzy and nauseous.

Todd: Anything else?

Téa: I fainted a few times.

Todd: God, you're not driving, are you?

Téa: Not -- no. I don't drive on the days that I have treatment. I'm not that stupid.

Todd: Well, are they saying that the radiation is helping?

Téa: Not yet, but Evans wants to keep trying, and he thinks it's gonna maybe shrink the tumor.

Todd: Well, that's something, isn't it? By the way, when is your next appointment?

Téa: I don't know.

Todd: Téa, listen to me. I'm going with you to your next appointment, so you might as well tell me when it is.

Téa: No, no, no, no. No. You're not going with me because I would like to do this by myself. It is easier, Todd, okay? It's easier.

Todd: But you're not driving yourself.

Téa: Oh --

Todd: Blair has been taking you, hasn't she?

Téa: Yeah.

Todd: God, that's fantastic. So you'll tell Blair about your condition, but not me.

Dani: Wait. You're serious?

Nate: I'm just saying, why not, all right? You call the cops, it just sits in an evidence locker or whatever. We each take half, and then it doesn't go to waste.

Dani: Yeah, but --

Nate: But what?

Dani: Well, anybody loses that much money, they're going to come looking for it, and I don't need it.

Nate: What if I do?

Blair: I should have locked him in a closet, anything to keep him there. She so doesn't need all of that aggravation.

Eli: Think Todd is going to go crazy on her?

Blair: You know what, Elijah? When he's like that, he doesn't stop. He doesn't think. He just acts out.

Eli: Maybe I should go down there.

Blair: No, no, no. Téa doesn't know that you know.

Eli: I know. I can make, like, work excuse or something.

Blair: No. No, no, no, no. You know what?

Eli: You can't leave.

Blair: Well, that will only set Todd off. Let's just take a deep breath. We'll give it a few minutes, see how this plays out, and I will call her and -- excuse me. David --

David: Blair, are you all right? You look horrible.

Blair: How did Matt get past the bouncer outside?

David: He's with me, and I'm kind of a celebrity.

Blair: Oh, my gosh, you did a hemorrhoid commercial.

David: It was a national commercial.

Blair: What are you up to, David?

David: Well, we've had a little rebound reveille going on tonight. I think we'll take that booth for four right there. Got to get our merry on.

David: Saluti a tutti. Nostrovia. Bottoms up. Ha ha ha!

Blair: I don't think so. Excuse us. David --

David: What? Hey, watch it. You know how many silkworms had to die to make this suit?

Blair: Are you aware of the laws in this country?

David: My credit card is good.

Blair: You were just offering your underage little brother champagne.

David: Champagne?

Blair: Yes.

David: Let me try that one. That's champagne, too. I ordered sparkling cider. Blair, you're champagne is really strong. I tell you what. I'll check on the help. Your help needs help. I'll help the help.

Blair: No. You won't. Play nice, David.

David: Or?

Blair: You'll make me angry, and you just love it when I get angry.

David: I love it when you talk to me like that.

Matthew: No, you didn't.

Wendy: Yes, we did.

Fawn: We did.

Matthew: Wow.

David: All right. We'll behave.

Gigi: Thank you. What's this? Did you order something? Are those whiskey sours?

Rex: What else?

Gigi: You remembered?

Rex: You didn't?

Gigi: It was my first cocktail. I was so proud. I mixed it myself.

Rex: You got so sick.

Gigi: Yeah. I didn't have a recipe.

Rex: That explains a lot.

Gigi: These are probably better. Thanks for remembering.

Rex: I never forgot, even when I wasn't there.

Gigi: Are we going to the arcade next?

Rex: No. No pajama pants for me, no arcade. After this drink, this is a redo. To the new first.

Gigi: The new first.

Dani: Why would you need the money?

Nate: I don't. My mom does.

Dani: Why, is your mom in trouble or something?

Nate: You won't get this. Our moms are totally different. With my mom, it's this epic battle just to get the basics. Your mom is this rich lawyer, superwoman. Nothing stops her.

Todd: Here you go.

Téa: I would've told you.

Todd: Oh, yeah? When?

Téa: When the time was right.

Todd: Yeah, I'm sure. I'm sure you would've been on your deathbed saying, "Oh, you know what? God, I just can't believe this headache. It's terrible."

Téa: I don't want anybody to stop their life for me.

Todd: Even if they can help?

Téa: You've got your own things to worry about. You have a trial coming up.

Todd: Oh, come on. I'm gonna skate through that. Besides, it doesn't make any difference. Relative to this, it makes no difference.

Téa: No. It makes a big difference because you can't be in jail. You have to take care of Daniella. That is the most important thing. We have to make things right for her.

Todd: So we do that by not telling her about what you're going through right now.

Téa: Yes. Yes. That's right. God, think about it, Todd. Her life in the past year has been one trauma after another. She had to leave Ross, the only father she's ever known. She had come here. She has to hang out with you. She doesn't like you very much. I don't know if you've noticed. Now finally, she’s starting to have some fun. She's rehearsing the musical. She's going to her prom. She's doing normal teenage things. That's what I want for her, not for her to worry about me being sick and, you know, all the rest of it.

Todd: Well, that's very sweet. But it has to be the dumbest thing I've ever heard in my entire life.

[Telephone rings]

John: McBain.

Natalie: Banks. Is it quitting time yet?

John: What is that?

Natalie: A place you really need to visit.

John: You're absolutely right.

Natalie: Really?

John: Yeah. I hit a wall here. You want to meet at the Buenos Dias?

Natalie: I'm on my way.

John: I'll see you there.

[John exhales]

Natalie: Hmm. Hey.

Kelly: Hey, Natalie.

Natalie: What's up?

Jessica: Kind of had a hard day.

Natalie: Oh, did something happen?

Jessica: I did something that I --

Kelly: She took a new job.

Natalie: You did?

Jessica: Uh -- I took my old job, actually, at the "Sun."

Natalie: Oh, my God, congratulations.

Jessica: It's a bit overwhelming, but yeah.

Natalie: I'm sure, but you know what? You're going to be back to kicking butt in no time.

Kelly: Yeah. That's what I keep telling her.

Natalie: Well, I got to run.

Jessica: Good night.

Natalie: Good night. Bye. Good to see you.

Jessica: You can't keep doing that.

Kelly: You can't say it, Jess. You don't know.

Jessica: It was me. I tried to kill Ford.

Kelly: You don't know that.

Jessica: Yes, I do. He tried to have sex with me. I thought that it was Mitch trying to rape me, and what do you think I would do?

Kelly: You got out of there.

Jessica: And I totally don't remember what happened. The last thing I remember, I was at my father's house.

Kelly: Because you're upset.

Jessica: I lost time.

Kelly: You're not a killer.

Jessica: So maybe it wasn't me, but if it wasn't me that attacked Ford, Tess or Bess could've come out and done it for me.

David: Cute couple, huh?

Wendy: Sure.

David: So how do you think it's going between Matthew and Fawn?

Wendy: However you want it to go.

David: Very sexy but very nice. It is his first time.

Rex: Hey, kids, what's going on?

David: I'm buying an attractive woman a drink. You're not invited.

Rex: Wendy. That your name tonight?

Wendy: Hi, Rex.

Rex: Looks to me like you're overcharging.

David: What? You said I got the preferred customer discount.

Wendy: I have no idea what you're talking about, either of you.

Rex: I bet Bo Buchanan would. He's not gonna like this at all.

Matthew: And she dropped this all on me at my mom and dad's wedding.

Fawn: Not cool. Her loss. Dani is gonna be sorry.

Matthew: I don't know.

Fawn: Trust me. She will. In a few years, she'll look back and kick herself for leaving a guy as hot and rich as you.

Dani: I thought you said you didn't get along with your family.

Nate: My family has problems, too. It's just, ours is no cash. It's just me and my mom, all right? She got laid off a few months ago. We haven't made a mortgage payment in six months, and then I see this money, and I think we can finally stop worrying.

Dani: Yeah, only how would you explain that to your mom?

Nate: I don't know. I haven't figured that out yet.

Dani: It'd still be a risk.

Nate: Look. I don't want to get you in trouble. That guy John is a cop, right? I'll take him the cash right now.

Natalie: So now that Langston and Markko are cleared, what does that mean for you?

John: I don't know. Nobody is talking. No one is standing out as a suspect. I guess I'll just keep asking around.

Natalie: You'll crack it.

John: We'll see. Actually, I might have to talk to Jessica.

Natalie: Why?

John: Well, she was, you know, hanging around Cris' apartment a lot. Maybe she saw something with this guy Ford.

Natalie: No.

John: What? What do you know about their relationship?

Kelly: I won't let you do this.

Jessica: I have to be honest.

Kelly: You are jumping to conclusions.

Jessica: If I don't know myself, then I --

Kelly: You're integrated, Jessica.

Jessica: And then something traumatic happened, and Bess and Tess showed up again.

Kelly: Not every time.

Jessica: When Nash died, when I lost my baby.

Kelly: Not when Mitch attacked you. Jess, hey, as bad as it was, you did not come apart. You lost your memory. That's all. We don't know what happened that night, so let's back up.

Jessica: Okay, but even if it wasn't me, I was probably the last person to see Ford before he was attacked, and the police would want to know that. I have to turn myself in.

Eli: Blair, it's not your job to jump between Todd and Téa. I think this is gonna be a good thing for them.

Blair: I hope so.

Eli: It will be. I always said Téa should come clean with Todd and Danielle. Now she's gonna have to.

Blair: Hmm.

Todd: Can you see how seriously dumb your plan is?

Téa: It's dumb to want our daughter to be happy and not worry about things she can't control?

Todd: That's fantastic. So Daniella has a few weeks of fun, and then she finds out about your condition, and she finds out the reason you didn't tell is because you didn't want to worry her. How guilty do you think she'll feel about all that fun she had, knowing that you're --

Téa: Well, I wouldn't put it to her exactly that way, Todd. I guess I wouldn't tell her that I've been sick for this long.

Todd: Oh that's good. So you'd lie to her. No. That's perfect. That's exactly what you ought to do. That always works out well. My Lord, are you listening to yourself?

Téa: It's not as simple as you think it is.

Todd: Uh-huh.

Téa: Uh-huh.

Todd: Let me ask you something. Do you hate Dani and me so much that you refuse to tell us about this thing? Because that's how it feels. That's how it feels, and it's the only thing that makes sense to me. You hate us. You can't stand us.

Téa: That is not true.

Todd: Why else would you hide from us? Why else would you go through the worst possible thing you could ever go through in your life and not tell the people who love you the most? Why is that?

Téa: Because I'm afraid. I'm afraid, Todd. Most days, I can't even admit it to myself, much less to anyone else. I don't know what this is gonna be like.

Todd: Well, I'll tell you what it's going to be like. It's gonna be very ugly. It's can be very hard and very messy, and I'm gonna be there through the whole thing, you understand? I mean it.

Téa: I know.

Todd: Okay, then.

Téa: I don't want to go. I don't want to leave you and Dani. I want to have a dumb movie night and watch DVDs together. I want to tell my daughter I love her every single day of her life. I want --

Téa: [Coughs] I want to argue with you about where she goes to school and who she dates, okay, and I want to cry at her wedding. There are so many things that I want to say to her, Todd, but all that I have left is to tell her good-bye, and I don't know how to do that.

Todd: Okay.

[Téa sobs]

Dani: Nate, look. No one saw us take the money, and you're right. If we give it to the cops, it would just be a waste. Give it to your mom.

Nate: For real?

Dani: Yeah. I mean, if I was in your shoes and my mom needed something, I'd do anything.

Nate: I hope you never have to find out.

Todd: I want to establish one thing. No more of this talk about not having time, okay? No one is gonna die here.

Téa: Right, right, because you're gonna figure this out.

Todd: Yeah. That's right. That's damn straight. That's right. This guy -- what's his name?- Evans is a quack, okay? He almost killed his own brother. You can do better than him.

Téa: Todd, I've been to other doctors. They've all said the same thing.

Todd: I'm not going to fight with you about this. I have connections, and I'm gonna work them. I know people you don't know, all right?

Téa: You gonna cut a deal with death?

Todd: Well, you think he's a tougher businessman than I am?

Téa: Ha ha ha!

Todd: Don't worry about it, sugar. I got it.

Téa: Okay.

Todd: You don't believe me, huh?

[Téa sighs]

Todd: Téa?

Téa: What?

Todd: I love you. Are you surprised to hear that?

Téa: [Laughs] It's always a little shocking to hear it coming out of your mouth.

Todd: Yeah. Get used to it because you're not going to shake me this time. I'm here, and you need me, especially for what's coming next.

Téa: What, treatment?

Todd: No, telling Dani.

Téa: Oh –

Dani: I got to bounce. Later?

Nate: Yeah.

Dani: What are you going to do with the money?

Nate: I don't know, maybe wait until I watch the news later, see if there's anything.

Dani: Yeah. Sounds good, and whatever you do, I'm okay with it.

Natalie: Jessica and Ford don't have a relationship.

John: Well, you know, maybe they talked.

Natalie: Maybe.

John: What are you not telling me?

Natalie: He hit on her once.

John: Oh, yeah?

Natalie: What? You doing that jaw thing. What did you just not say?

John: I went by to see Kelly earlier tonight at the "Sun," and Jessica was there, and she seemed, you know, pretty interested in this guy Ford conscious.

Natalie: She got her job back there.

John: Yeah. They mentioned that.

Natalie: So she's working a story. I mean, that would be the only explanation for her to ask all those questions.

Kelly: You can't go to the police with this.

Jessica: Why not if I'm innocent?

Kelly: You are, but if they're in a hurry to find a new suspect --

Jessica: I can't sit around not knowing.

Kelly: Okay. There has to be somebody else you can talk to about this. What about your doctor?

Jessica: What, Dr. Levin? What is he gonna do?

Kelly: Maybe he can see if Bess or Tess came out that night. Look. Why don't we make an appointment with him and see what he says?

Jessica: You know, what does it matter? It's all gonna come out, anyway, so why don't I just say it? Oh, my God, oh, my God, how am I gonna tell Brody that I jumped in bed with a stranger?

Kelly: Okay. Don't worry about that right now, all right? Stop.

Rex: Take off.

David: This isn't your club. You can't tell us what to do.

Wendy: David, stop talking.

Rex: And, Wendy, please do not go to Ultraviolet. Show up at the bar again, I'll call the cops.

Wendy: Good night, Rex.

Rex: You.

David: My pa is the police commissioner.

Rex: Do you think that makes a difference? He'd arrest you for pandering.

David: That is a lifestyle, not a crime.

Rex: Bo would throw the book at you. Were you really trying to get Matthew, like --

David: Matthew tonight becomes a man.

Rex: Oh, God.

David: He just got dumped by the girl of his dreams. Did you even know that?

Rex: No.

David: If you were any kind of surrogate brother at all, you'd be chipping in right now instead of ruining his evening.

Rex: He's 16.

David: How old were you when you started fumbling with Gigi's bra strap, huh? See, this way, he's got me looking after them. He's guaranteed a good time, and he's in the hands of professionals.

Rex: Oh, God.

David: Oh, for crying out loud, look what you made happen over there. You know what? You’re a lousy fake Buchanan. If Asa was here, he'd be kicking your butt right now.

Rex: Okay, maybe, but think about how Bo would feel about what almost went down here.

David: I never did like you, but you at least used to be fun. What happened?

Rex: Stacy Morasco.

David: Come on, Matthew. We are off to a better class of establishment.

Matthew: Fawn and Wendy had to leave.

David: Don't you worry. We are not through yet.

Matthew: David, I'm not sure this is working.

David: Matthew, by the time tonight is over, you're gonna forget all about Dani. Come on.

[Lock beeps]

Dani: Oh, my God, who died?

John: I don't do the flan.

Natalie: Well, I've lost my appetite. Will you just tell me?

John: What?

Natalie: You had this look on your face like you've got to break something to me, and you can't be thinking --

John: I didn't say anything.

Natalie: Well, good, you know, because Jessica would have nothing to do with that creep Ford.

John: Yeah. Come on.

Todd: Dani, your mom has something she wants to tell you.

Dani: What? Looks dire.

Téa: Markko has been released from prison. They dropped all the charges.

Dani: Well, that's good news, right? So why is he here, and why are you crying?

Téa: No, no. Todd was working.

Todd: Yeah. I came by to get a quote from her about the story.

Dani: Did he upset you?

Téa: No, honey. I, um -- I was crying because I was so relieved, you know? Markko's parents were really upset, and they were counting on me to help, so --

Dani: And you did, but you're crying, which is weird, but it's a good weird. Congratulations.

Téa: Thank you. How was your day?

Dani: It was interesting.

Téa: Yeah? Tell me. Come on.

Dani: At breakfast, okay? I'm going to bed.

Todd: Dani, I think your mom could use a hug right now.

Dani: I don't need you to tell me that. I love you, Mom.

Téa: I love you, too, mijita.

Dani: You did good. Be happy.

Téa: Good night, sweetheart. Thank you for not saying anything.

Todd: Yeah, for tonight, I won't.

Téa: I wasn't ready, but soon.

Todd: Yeah. I'll be here for you whenever you need me.

Téa: Oh –

Rex: Guess Fawn got the message, too.

Gigi: Sure did.

Rex: Morasco.

Gigi: I might have passed by on my way to the ladies room to make sure she knew that Matthew is the police commissioner's son.

Rex: Nice!

Gigi: We are still a good team, although I'm not sure I want to be the morals police, but --

Rex: Come on. Little Matthew?

Gigi: All right. You're right. I wanted to kick those girls' butts and send him home for pizza. He is not much older than Shane.

Rex: I know. I thought the same thing. Does that make us old?

Gigi: No. We can't be. We're on our first date.

Matthew: I don't get it. I thought Fawn was having a good time.

David: Of course she was. That's her job.

Matthew: They were prostitutes?

David: Don't you look down your nose. Your grandmother is one of them.

Matthew: You paid somebody money to be nice to me?

David: I paid them for the sex. The nice is all about you. Look. She's not gonna be the love of your life, all right, but after the week you had, you need a little fun and little confidence. Look. I promise you, once you cross this frontier, the world is gonna look like a whole different place. What's wrong? You looked ticked off.

Matthew: Actually, it's the nicest thing anyone has done for me in a long time.

David: And actually, I think Fawn was really into you.

Matthew: She was nice. She's getting her CPA.

David: Of course, she was.

Matthew: That could have been fun.

David: Oh, little brother, those are the magic words. Girls?

Wendy: Well, hey, guys.

David: This was plan "B."

Matthew: So what now?

David: You're a Buchanan. You'll figure it out.

David: Oh, Wendy --

Wendy: Yes, David? Did you bring the leather outfit and the platform boots?

Wendy: Of course I did.

David: What did you bring for yourself?

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