Port Charles Transcript
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Lucy: Good grief. 50 zillion things on TV and not anything I want to watch. Whoo. These things make me hot. Fresh air, that's what I need.
Lucy: Doc, hi. It's me. I -- I know you're not there. Listen, I'm just sitting around hydrating my pores, you know, thinking about you, and -- listen, call me as soon as you get in, ok? I really need to hear from you, and I want to make sure you're ok. Don't ask me why, but I just feel like there's something, I don't know, kind of funky about tonight. Call me.
Caleb: Oh, Jack. If you could've seen your face when I told you you were becoming a vampire. Oh! Oh. I really need to start videotaping this stuff.
Caleb: What -- what -- what?
Michael: My God, Caleb. What are you doing?
Caleb: You let that whore wear Olivia's wedding dress!
Eve: Our wedding was so perfect, I -- I almost don't want to give this dress back to Michael.
Ian: Ah. Well, maybe you should put it on one more time.
Eve: You want me to put it on again?
Ian: So I can take it off you.
Eve: Do you ever get tired?
Ian: Not of you. Come here.
Ian: What do you say we stay here and get naked, celebrate our marriage one more time?
Eve: Do you really think you should be talking that way in front of our child?
Ian: The baby's going to know right away how his father feels about his mother.
Ian: What's the matter?
Eve: Oh, my gosh.
Ian: What? What's the matter?
Eve: Our baby just kicked.
Jamal: How do you feel?
Jack: How do you think I feel? Jamal, I just drank blood. Oh, my -- I can't believe this.
Jamal: Jack, the pain. How's the pain?
Jack: It's gone. All along, this is what I needed -- blood. Oh, my gosh. So it's true. I'm -- I'm a --
Jamal: Ok. Ok, so -- so now that we know, we can try to figure out what to do.
Jack: Oh, yeah, maybe we can call some help line. Maybe --
Jamal: Just calm down for a second, ok?
Jack: Look, all that matters now is Livvie and keeping her safe from Caleb and from me.
Jamal: What are you talking about?
Jack: Look, Jamal, now that I know what I am, I'm afraid to be around her. Caleb might not --
Livvie: Jack -- did I just hear you mention Caleb? How do you know him?
Caleb: How could you let another woman wear Olivia's dress? Look at me, Michael. What? Your precious Eve, she doesn't have her own clothes? Or are you now running a thrift store as well as a church?
Michael: Eve and Ian were married here. It was a blessed event. She wore the dress --
Caleb: That dress was sacred to me! To Olivia's memory.
Michael: I'll get it back, Caleb. I will.
Caleb: You don't understand. That dress meant everything to me, Michael, everything. And now it's ruined! It's ruined.
Michael: Wait. Where are you going?
Caleb: To kiss the bride.
Michael: I won't let you hurt Eve.
Caleb: That's sweet, Michael. That's real sweet. You think you can stop me?
Michael: I'm the only one who can.
Caleb: You wouldn't do that. Destroying your twin is like -- it's like destroying a part of yourself, Michael. And destruction's not part of your gig.
Michael: Never forget that I know your secret, Caleb. And if pushed far enough, I'll do whatever it takes to protect Eve. Now, do you understand me?
Caleb: I'll tell you what I'll do. I'll give you a couple hours. But if that dress is not back by dawn, all hell breaks loose, Michael. All hell breaks loose.
Livvie: So tell me how you know about Caleb.
Jamal: I -- I told him. Sorry, Livvie. I figured Jack had a right to know if some freaky dude was just hitting on you.
Livvie: Well, it wasn't your place to say anything. Now could you please give us a minute alone?
Jamal: I have to stay. I mean, if there's a stalker on the loose, then I'm going to have to know the 411, too.
Alison: Ok, Jamal, get a clue because I think these two want some privacy.
Jack: Hey, Jamal, it's all right, man. Go ahead and take Alison home. We'll be fine.
Jamal: Call me right away if you need me.
Alison: Ok, Jamal.
Jamal: All right.
Alison: All right, let's go.
Jamal: All right. My backpack. Just -- thanks.
Alison: Ok, good night, you guys.
Livvie: Yeah, good night.
Jamal: Call me.
Jack: All right, man. You've got to stay away from Caleb.
Livvie: I am not worried about him. I'm worried about you. Look, Jack, I had a talk with my father tonight about you.
Jack: Oh, great. I'm sure he probably told you to kick me to the curb, huh?
Livvie: No. Actually, he understood how much I need to be with you. And I told him that when we are together, we can handle anything. You still believe that, Jack, don't you?
Jack: Livvie, stop.
Livvie: No, Jack, you stop. Hey. Stop turning away from me. You were there for me when I need you. Will you please let me be here for you?
Jack: I just -- I just need to get my head on straight, all right? But I don't want to talk about this. I want you to tell me about Caleb.
Livvie: Caleb -- he's just a guy that was interested in me, and I told him I love you.
Jack: Jamal said you went to his place. Did he hurt you? I mean, what did he do to you?
Livvie: No! Caleb didn't hurt me. He never would.
Jack: You don't know that.
Livvie: Somehow I do.
Jack: Promise me you'll stay away from him.
Livvie: Jack --
Jack: Promise me.
Livvie: Jack, you are making way too big a deal out of this. I told him to take a hike and he did. End of story.
Jack: Yeah, for now.
Livvie: Oh, was Caleb here? Did he say something to you? Is that what this is all about?
Jack: Livvie -- look, I just want you to be safe. Just --
Livvie: Jack, I'm fine. In fact, my dad suggested that I move in with him for a little while.
Jack: That's good. I mean, you don't need to be alone.
Livvie: But what I'm thinking is I'd be a lot safer if I were here with you.
Livvie: What, you don't want me here?
Jack: No, it's just that the place is kind of small.
Livvie: Oh, yeah, and you need to get your head on straight.
Livvie: Well, you just know that I meant what I said, no matter what's going on with you. I don't care as long as we're together.
Jack: I wish it were that simple. I mean, I wish I could make all this go away.
Livvie: Oh, there is a way. You could just make love to me, Jack.
Jack: No. No, no. I can't. I can't. I can't.
Livvie: Are you still mad about Caleb? Is that why you keep pulling away from me?
Jack: No. Livvie, it's not you. Ok? It's me. I'm the one who's completely messed up. All right?
Livvie: Ok. That's fine. So maybe -- maybe we just need to do something normal. Tonight it's fourth of July. Let's go out and see fireworks and --
Jack: No, Livvie. No. No. I'm -- I'm afraid.
Livvie: Jack, afraid of what?
Jack: To get close to you now.
Livvie: Why now? Why after we have been closer than two people can possibly be? Jack, tell me so I understand.
Jack: Livvie, something's happened to me, something I don't even understand. And until I figure out what it is, I can't take any chances. I'm afraid I have -- I'm scared I might hurt you.
Livvie: No. Jack, I told you before that I can look into your eyes and see who you are. I can see into your heart and your soul, and I know you would never do anything to hurt me. Believe that.
Jack: I want to, but there's so much up in the air about my health and what happened to me when I was missing --
Livvie: Hey, hey, I know you're confused about a lot of stuff, Jack, but please tell me you are not confused about me.
Jack: Livvie, no. I love you more than anything.
Livvie: Oh, good. Because the only way you could hurt me right now is by rejecting me.
Jack: Livvie, please.
Livvie: Show me how much you love, Jack. Trust me.
TV Announcer: Call now and let the incredible Madame Alicia show you your future for just $1.99 a minute.
Lucy: That is such a rip-off. You know, I'd rather have that fancy, swirly, little potato peeler thingy offered earlier.
Caller: Hello, Madame Alicia? See, I'm thinking of getting married, but I'm having second thoughts. What should I do?
Lucy: You should dump his lying tushy because -- you really should just back to Indiana because he's cheating on you.
Madame Alicia: A major kink in your transit of Venus. I think your fiancÚ is having an affair.
Lucy: I am on tonight. Wow!
Madame Alicia: Cut him loose, honey, and move on. Now, let's discuss the position of your stars.
Lucy: I'm with you. Oh, my goodness. There you are again.
Lucy: And there you are again -- the Stranger, the Baby Boy. Stranger, Baby Boy. Why? Why do they keep turning up together? How could that baby boy possibly relate to the stranger?
Ian: Ah! I felt it.
Eve: Isn't it amazing?
Ian: I could do this all day.
Eve: Oh, yeah, wait. Try being on this side, pal.
Ian: There it goes. Might have a football player on our hands. He's quite a kicker.
Ian: Now what?
Eve: You said it. You said "he."
Ian: Ah! He, she -- I don't care.
Eve: Oh! Listen. All right, be honest, Thornhart. You want a boy.
Ian: What I want is a healthy baby.
Eve: You lie.
Ian: You think what you like. Keep it to yourself. Hello.
Eve: Well, I guess he's pretty anxious to get out here, isn't he?
Ian: Ah! Or she. Right?
Eve: Oh! Well, whatever. He or she. I can't wait to hold this baby in my arms.
Eve: Yes. Our baby.
[Knock on door]
Eve: Who's --
Ian: One second. It's Michael. Hey.
Eve: Michael? Uh -- is there something we can help you with? It's kind of late.
Michael: I'll get right to the point. You've made my brother very angry.
Lucy: The stranger is a baby boy. The stranger has a baby boy. No. The stranger has baby blue eyes. No. Oh, Luce, you are going nuts. Stop, just stop for a minute. Deep breath. Let's just get your mind on something else. Maybe the answer will come to you. Ok.
[Turns TV on]
Madame Alicia: So, Jane, you say you can't find your grandmother's diamond earrings?
Lucy: That's easy. They're on the windowsill above the kitchen sink.
Madame Alicia: They're on the windowsill above the kitchen sink.
Jane: Wait, I see them. Oh, thanks so much.
Lucy: You're welcome. Wait a minute. Madame Alicia, do you realize what we -- we -- your stars and my planets. We are rocking.
Madame Alicia: There's someone out there tonight who's connecting with me. Now, I don't know who it is, but I feel we're in total harmony.
Lucy: Wait a minute.
Madame Alicia: I'm trying to pinpoint what I'm feeling. This image keeps coming to me -- something to do with a baby boy.
Lucy: It's me. Oh, my goodness. You're connecting with me. It's me. She's connecting with me.
Ian: What did we do to Caleb?
Michael: Caleb came back to the monastery looking for the dress you wore to be married, Eve.
Ian: The one --
Eve: Wait, the dress that I found in the cellar?
Michael: It belonged to someone that Caleb cared about very much. She left him the night before their wedding. He was -- he was upset to find it missing.
Ian: And to find that someone else was wearing it.
Michael: But Eve looked so beautiful. I didn't want to ruin the ceremony.
Eve: You know, I was just telling Ian that I was going to return it to you, so here you go. You can have it. It's all perfectly nice, just the way I found it. Take it.
Michael: I'm sorry.
Ian: He didn't hurt you, did he?
Michael: No. The dress. It's one of the only things he has to remind him of someone that he -- he truly loved.
Eve: And so when this woman left him, is that when things started going downhill for Caleb?
Eve: I mean, when this woman left him, is that when the violence started happening?
Michael: And I've bothered you enough tonight.
Ian: Good night, Father.
Eve: Good night, Father.
Michael: Good night.
Michael: Caleb. If you're out there, it's done. If you harm these people, you will answer to me.
Eve: Hey, do you think there really could be trouble? I mean, just because I wore some woman's dress who left Caleb at the altar? A guy who has some serious anger management issues?
Ian: Just to be safe, let's head back tomorrow.
Alison: I think you and I really need to concentrate on us for a little while, ok? Just you and me. Just relax. My God, your neck.
Alison: You're -- you're just a little tense, your muscles. Are you ok?
Jamal: Yeah. Yeah, I'm just -- I'm just tired.
Jamal: I'm tired, that's all.
Alison: Well, you know, you better get some rest because ever since, you know, we've had the shop closed for so long, I mean, we've really lost a lot of money. So I was thinking that maybe in the morning we could get up super early and open up the shop and really --
Jamal: No, no, no. Nobody comes in here.
Alison: Jamal, doesn't that kind of defeat the purpose of having a shop? I mean, we have got bills to pay.
Jamal: Yeah. Yeah, you know, look, I've just been stressing, Ali. I just want to chill with you.
Alison: Oh. Ok.
Alison: That could be kind of nice, really. I mean, because I could -- I could use a little face time with you, you know?
Jamal: I'm down with that.
Alison: Ok. So -- it's kind of a shame, you know, Jack and Livvie having hard times.
Alison: Do you think that maybe, like, I don't know, he's having, like, some kind of identity crisis? Maybe?
Jamal: You could say that.
Livvie: I love it here in your arms. This is where I'm happiest. It's the only place I feel really safe. Now everything will be all right, Jack. You'll see.
>> On the next "Port Charles" --
Ian: I don't like the idea of Caleb being anywhere near you or our child.
Jamal: Where you going?
Jack: I'm going to drive this through that bastard's heart.
Caleb: I want Olivia so bad I can taste her. But I'm going to need your help.
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