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Port Charles Transcript Wednesday 5/1/02

By John
Proofread by Beth

[Knock on door]

Ricky: Karen, open up.

[TV noise]


Ricky: Karen, I know you're in there. I'm not going away.

Karen: Look, I am not up for company.

Ricky: I'm not just company. I am a friend. Man, it's like a dungeon in here.

Karen: Yeah, well, I'm not feeling very cheery.

Ricky: Look, I know it must have been tough to have Frank committed.

Karen: Not committed. Just a 72-hour hold.

Ricky: You did the right thing. What?

Karen: Nothing. It's just he started opening up to me.

Ricky: Yeah? And?

Karen: Ricky, I --

Ricky: I'm sorry, Karen. Look, I'm just wondering what he sees, why he gets so out of control.

Karen: Ok, it's not pleasant, all right?

Ricky: What is it? I mean, is it like monsters, devils?

Karen: No, worse, at least to me.

Ricky: Karen, this is really upsetting you. What in the hell does Frank see when he freaks out?

Karen: Us! Ok? He sees you and me making love.

Livvie: Mac, aren't you going to arrest Alison now?

Mac: Livvie, I told you to go home and let us do this.

Livvie: How can I stay away when my father's missing and Alison had his blood all over her apron?

Mac: Kevin is my best friend. I'm just as upset as you are, all right? But you're interfering with an investigation right now. Alison, come on in here where we can talk. Sorry, Jack.

Jack: Alison, don't say a word till I get you a lawyer, ok?

Mac: One of the Barrington lawyers will be representing Alison.

Alison: I don't need a lawyer. Mac, I didn't do anything.

Mac: I'm not questioning you without a lawyer present, and Kate Reynolds is very good. Let's go.

Jack: It's going to be ok.

Jamal: Hey, Jack. What's up? I got your message. What's going on?

Jack: Yeah --

Livvie: Alison's killed my father.

Jamal: What? What are you talking about?

Jack: No, that's not true. Kevin's missing, and he was last seen at Alison's shop, and now they're questioning her.

Livvie: No, my dad was going to shut down her shop, so she must have freaked.

Jamal: What?

Livvie: Come here. Look at this. Can't you see, Jamal? It's happened. Ali's turned into a witch.

[Knock on door]

Lucy: Doc? You don't have your keys. You're back! Oh, my God!

Ian: Lucy, what's wrong?

Lucy: He's not here. He's missing. My husband's gone. He's missing.

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Ricky: So, Frank said he sees us sleeping together?

Karen: Well, it's not about us. It's some craziness in his head about me.

Ricky: Well, what else did he say?

Karen: You know, it's really not worth repeating.

Ricky: Karen, the guy had a knife to my throat, ok? I kind of want to know what got him so jacked up in case there's any repeat performances.

Karen: Frank said he saw me in some skimpy outfit, half naked, and you were all over me.

Ricky: So, in his head he sees me forcing myself on you?

Karen: No. I started to take my clothes off. Next thing, we were rolling around in bed, making love, and I was begging for more. That's what Frank said he saw, and it's torturing him.

Ricky: Wow. That's some picture Frank paints.

Karen: I just don't understand why all of a sudden he sees me acting like this, and with you. He knows I love him.

Ricky: Right. Right. This thing with you and me, it's just all in his mind.

Lucy: Do you actually believe Alison's story then, that the pitchfork somehow fell and cut Doc on his wrist and that's why the police found all that blood?

Ian: It doesn't sound like something somebody would make up. And Alison's a good kid.

Lucy: Yeah, she really is, isn't she? I am so glad you're here.

Ian: I was going to stay in Ireland, but when I heard your voice, I thought --

Lucy: Thanks.

Ian: Let's go find Kevin. And -- I don't know -- I was going to run this by you. I thought maybe Danny and I could move in here until we find him, you know, so you wouldn't be alone.

Lucy: Really? Yeah, that would be so very good because sitting here by myself, you know, I start thinking the absolute worst.

Ian: What did the police say?

Lucy: Oh, they haven't said much. You know, they -- I think that they believe something bad happened to Kevin, and I kind of get that feeling when I look at Mac's face.

Ian: Don't do that.

Lucy: I know. I'm trying not to. It's just so hard because I feel like everything's so unfair right now. You know, we just got married, and we booked this dude ranch thing where we're going to teach the girls to horseback ride, and then we have skiing. I want to learn to snowboard with Serena, you know, at Christmastime.

Ian: Lucy, don't do that.

Lucy: There's this ridiculous leaky faucet in the bedroom, and it drips all night long, and Doc swore he would fix it, and I want -- forgive me. I'm sorry.

Ian: It's ok.

Lucy: Listen, it's not. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. You know, it's not fair, what I'm -- I'm sorry.

Ian: I think of Eve all the time.

Lucy: I know, but now is not the time for --

Ian: Lucy, let's find that husband of yours, ok?

Lucy: Ok.

Woman: I'd like a moment with my client, commissioner.

Mac: All right.

Woman: Alison, my name is Kate Reynolds, and I'm going to be representing you.

Alison: But I don't need an attorney.

Kate: Yeah, you do need an attorney.

Alison: No, I don't. I'm innocent. I swear.

Kate: Especially if you're innocent. And I'm going to strongly advise you not to answer their questions until we have a chance to speak privately first.

Alison: No, but I don't have anything to hide. I really don't. Mac, you can ask me anything. I swear.

Mac: All right.

Kate: So against counsel, we'll proceed.

Mac: Kevin said that he came out to your place because he had concerns about one of your candles.

Alison: Yes. He claimed that a lab had found a hallucinogen in one of the candles, and he thought that I had doctored them.

Doree: Did you?

Alison: No, of course not. That's why I agreed to run the tests.

Mac: I saw the lab results. One of the candles did have a hallucinogenic substance on it. If you didn't put it there, who did?

Livvie: Your ex-girlfriend's gone around the bend, Jamal. She's dangerous.

Jack: No, the only one who's dangerous is you, Livvie. You're the one who laced the candles with drugs.

Jamal: You set Alison up?

Livvie: No. Alison doctored those candles, Jamal, not me.

Jamal: Oh. Look, she did bring one over that really knocked me out, Jack.

Livvie: She's gotten way over her head with all this black magic, and now my father, who went over there to shut down her shop, is gone. You think that's just some type of a coincidence?

Mac: Why don't we just take a break for a while? Come on.

Kate: Alison, please listen to me. I know you think you don't have anything to hide, but it wouldn't hurt if you would just tell me your version of the events first. Cops can put words into your mouth.

Alison: No, no. Listen, not Mac. He knows that I would never hurt Kevin. I think that he's just trying to get all the details. I'm going to go get some coffee, ok? Excuse me.

[Door opens and closes]

Alison: Jamal.

Jamal: Hey. You ok?

Alison: No.

Livvie: Jamal? Jamal!

Jack: Livvie, come on.

Alison: I think that I'm in some serious trouble.

Ricky: I hope you're hungry, because this dish is mi especialidad -- my specialty. One bite and you will be begging for more.

Karen: Oh, look, Ricky, I know you're trying to make me feel better, but I'm really not hungry.

Ricky: Oh, come on. After I slaved over a hot stove? Come on. Just one bite. Just -- there you go. Just let it melt in your mouth.

Karen: Hot. Good.

Ricky: All right, here we go. One more, come on. There you go. And now the final ingredient.

Karen: Wait a minute. I thought you put in all the ingredients before you cook.

Ricky: Uh-uh. Not this one.

[Salsa music plays]

Ricky: Oh, yeah. See, you got to have salsa to go along with my famous enchilada casserole.

Karen: I like this music.

Ricky: Well, this isn't just music. It's -- it's food for the soul.

Karen: You know, I used to watch people dance to this. It looked like they were having a lot of fun.

Ricky: Hey, since when is dancing a spectator sport? Come here. Come on.

Karen: No, no, no, no, no. I really --

Ricky: Karen, Karen, hey, it's simple, ok? Just put one arm right here, the other one here --

Karen: Yeah?

Ricky: And I hold you right here. Ok? Now, you dance from your hips. Ok, nice and easy. Just liven it up. You ready?

Karen: Not really.

Ricky: Ok. Good. Hey. Eyes right here. Ok. Now for the spin.

Karen: Ah!

Ricky: Ok, now we're going to go around the room. Ready?

Karen: Around the room.

Ricky: Hey, it's all right. Just hang on tight, all right?

Karen: Ok.

Ricky: Just follow me and I'll guide you. What?

Karen: You're really not bad.

Ricky: Yeah. I know.

Karen: Ooh!

Ian: You don't have to do this.

Lucy: I know, but, yeah, I do. I -- I have to. This was the last place anybody saw Kevin. He was here, so I -- I need to do it. I'm going to do it. Ok, he came in, he stood here talking to Alison, he told her to close the shop, she got upset, he got angry, and -- and then what?

Ian: That painting. Is that who I think it is?

Lucy: Paige. No. It's -- it's not Paige. It's an ancestor. It's Rebecca. That's Alison's great-great-great-grandmother.

Ian: It's what? Paige and Alison are related? Is that what you're saying?

Lucy: Yeah. Rebecca's the reason that this candle shop opened in the first place.

Ian: It's a small world.

Lucy: Do you know I've looked at this portrait a dozen times, and it seems different tonight. Something is different, but what is it?

Victor: Mac? Any news?

Mac: Look, I'm sorry, Victor. I got the whole force working on this.

Jack: All right, now, just I'm trying to get you to think about this logically, ok? Alison cannot overpower Kevin. I mean, Kevin is a strong guy.

Livvie: Alison had candles on her side, candles that knocked Jamal out for hours. What if she did the same to my father?

Jack: I just don't believe Alison would hurt anybody.

Livvie: Why, Jack? Because she's so sweet and innocent? Because she bats her baby blues and swears she didn't do it when I'm just some crazy lunatic running around spouting off about evil candles?

Jack: No, no, I'm not siding with Alison over you. I just think she deserves a fair deal.

Livvie: Well, you don't have to worry about that because Mac's treating her with kid gloves because she's a high-and-mighty Barrington.

Jack: Look, Mac's just doing his job properly.

Livvie: Yeah, she's going to walk on this because of her family's bank account.

Jack: No, if she walks on this it's because she's not guilty. Livvie, listen to me. We're her friends. Huh? We need to be helping her out, not suspecting her of murder.

Livvie: What about me, Jack? My father could be dead. What about a little support for me?

Jack: Hey, and I'm here for you. Listen to me, I am here for you. But going after Alison's not the answer.

Livvie: God, Jack, I'm sick and tired of you defending her. If you think she's so innocent, well, then why don't you go be with her?

Jamal: Ali, I've been thinking about Rebecca and how you tell me you talk to her.

Alison: Yet you don't believe me.

Jamal: Ok, but let's just say for now I do. Ok? Has she told you anything about what's happening?

Alison: Well, I mean, it's kind of strange. She predicted this was going to happen.

Jamal: Really?

Alison: She said that I was going to be persecuted just like she was and I was going to be accused of doing harm with my candles.

Jamal: Ok. So what about Kevin?

Alison: Well, she said that he was trouble, but if I just listen to her, then everything will be fine.

Jamal: Ok. Look, Alison, listen to me. This is important, ok?

Alison: Yeah.

Jamal: Did Rebecca ever tell you that Kevin needs to be stopped?

Alison: What are you saying?

Jamal: Alison, did Rebecca ever tell you to kill Kevin?

[Salsa music plays]

[Karen laughs]

Karen: Whoo! This dance is over.

Ricky: No. Not yet.

Karen: It's a mistake. No.

[Music stops]

Karen: You're missing Casey and I'm missing Frank.

Ricky: No, no, no, no, no. Look, that's what I thought the first time we found ourselves in this situation, but not now. I'm not thinking about anybody but you.

Karen: Well, don't. Thank you for coming over and -- and getting the groceries and making the food and being a friend.

Ricky: So, I'm guessing this is goodbye.

Karen: You should go now.

Ricky: Good night, Karen.

Karen: Good night.

Alison: Jamal, do you really think that Rebecca or anybody else could ever make me kill Kevin? I mean, do you really honestly think that I'm a murderer?

Jamal: No, no. I'm just trying to figure out what happened.

Alison: Kevin is my friend.

Jamal: Look, they're waiting for you, ok? Hey, what we talked about with Rebecca --

Alison: Yeah?

Jamal: At stays between us, ok?

Alison: Ok.

Jamal: I'm serious.

Alison: I know. Ok.

Mac: All right, you're free to go, Alison.

Alison: Thank you.

Mac: Look, we found no body. And even though there was blood and your fingerprints on the pitchfork, it looks like things could have happened the way you described.

Andy: The drug test we ran on the remaining candles from your shop -- it all came up negative.

Jack: That's no surprise.

Mac: Don't leave town. This is an open investigation. We still might need you for questions.

Alison: No, I promise. I'm not going to go anywhere. I want to find Kevin just as much as you guys do.

Victor: Well, how do we proceed from here? With every minute that passes the trail gets colder.

Mac: We've impounded both Alison and Kevin's cars.

Victor: And you'll search them thoroughly for clues or evidence?

Mac: We'll continue to question witnesses, look into relationships Kevin had with patients -- whatever it takes to find Kevin.

Kate: Alison?

Alison: Hmm?

Kate: I'll be in touch. Call if you need anything.

Alison: Ok. Thank you.

Jamal: Thanks. Hey, come here.

Alison: Huh?

Jamal: Take me to her. To Rebecca.

Alison: Jamal, it's not going to do any good. She only talks to me.

Jamal: Alison, if I believe she's real because I believe in you, maybe she'll talk to me, too. Come on.

Alison: Come on.

Ian: So you're saying the police moved all the candles?

Lucy: Yeah, they did. They took all of them out. You know, I keep getting these feeling that someone else is here. Do you think there's a cellar or a basement or a secret room or something that Kevin could be in maybe?

Ian: I think the portrait's driving you crazy.

Lucy: Yeah. Come on, Rebecca, there is something different about you tonight. What is it?

Ian: Let's get out of here and check in with Mac. Come on.

[Door closes]

Rebecca: You're right, Lucy. There is something different. I wish I trusted you enough to tell you how to get Kevin back before it's too late.

[Owl hoots]

Livvie: Please, Dad, help me find you. Please, I can't let Alison get away with this. If you could give me a clue or a sign or something, please. Oh, my God, the sweater. I knew it. She did it. She did it. Alison killed my father.

>> On the next "Port Charles" --

James: I'll bring you one brief glance into Alison's eyes.

Mac: If Kevin's dead, whoever did it is going to pay in ways they never imagined.

Alison: Rebecca -- she came out of the portrait and she talked to me and she gave me this candle, but I have no idea what it's for.

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