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Port Charles Transcript
Provided by Suzanne
ian: Where are we going? What party?
Lucy: Just go home and dress up a little bit and pick me up at my place in one hour.
Rafe: I don't know, alison.
Alison: Rafe, come on. This is -- this is stephen clay. This is the stephen clay.
Rafe: Yeah, I know.
Alison: Don't tell me you don't want to go just because you don't like his song.
Rafe: No, it's not the song -- well, I mean, there is something about that.
Alison: Well, what is it? What's going on?
Rafe: Ok -- the thing is i was just talking to lucy. It turns out that there are two livvies walking around port charles.
Alison: Right. Because that would be the perfect halloween trick. That would be my very worst nightmare. Well, at least my second worst nightmare.
Livvie: That's my robe, tess. What are you doing wearing it?
Jack: I told her that she could borrow it. So why don't you just go home. You're scaring her.
Livvie: No, I'm not going anywhere until you get her out of my stuff.
Jack: Hey, it's ok, all right? Just go to the other room, and I'll take care of this.
Jack: What the hell is your problem, livvie?
Livvie: You know what, jack? I'm not the one with the problem. And I see that now. I mean, you couldn't have me, I was married, so you went out and found yourself another me. But you know what, sweetie? I'm not married anymore. You don't need her.
Jack: What the hell are you talking about?
Livvie: I'm talking about, why settle for imitation when you can have the real thing?
Stephen: Nice touch, joshua. Very nice. Everything's perfect. Well, almost everything. Let the party begin.
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alison: What is this?
Elizabeth: You offered me your portion of your father's inheritance if i help you find this bastard child of his. So i had my attorney draw up this contract, according to the terms that we discussed.
Rafe: Whoa, you actually put it in writing? You don't trust your own daughter? What is your problem?
Alison: You know -- actually, rafe, I think there's maybe some things that i need to say and i should probably say them in private. So, if you don't mind --
rafe: All right.
Alison: Thank you. You are unbelievable. I told you i would give you half of the money that my father left me.
Elizabeth: I know -- in exchange for my help. And it's all right here.
Alison: In a contract?
Elizabeth: Well, I just learned the hard way that sometimes people say one thing and do another.
Alison: Right, right, and I'm just some people. I'm sorry, i forgot.
Elizabeth: Alison, I didn't come here to fight with you.
Alison: No, of course you didn't. You came to do business. I can see that.
Elizabeth: It is actually a very simple contract. It just states that in exchange for the money, i will give you complete access to all the information that i have on your father, I.E., The dirt -- and I do mean dirt -- on his various and sundry whores and that i will help you find your sibling, since that's so important to you.
Alison: Oh, don't do that. Please don't pretend to do this for me.
Elizabeth: What's wrong with both of us getting something that we want?
Alison: God, it's so sad. It's so sad that the only thing that means anything to you is money.
Jack: Would you quit making a fool of yourself? Tess is here because i want her here. All right? And she's not a substitute for anyone, so just leave it alone, livvie.
Livvie: Whatever you say, jack. But you know what? It seems to me if you really cared about her, you would do something about it.
Jack: Oh. Oh, and what does that mean?
Livvie: Come on, she's obviously got some sort of serious disorder, and what she needs is help, full-time professional help.
Jack: You're -- you're absolutely amazing.
Livvie: Well, it's about time you remembered.
Jack: No, no, no, no. Not in that way. You're amazing in the fact that you're more worried about getting tess out of here and hooking up with me and ignoring the fact that you got a girl in the other room who looks exactly like you and there might be some kind of connection. You know what? You're sicker than i thought.
Livvie: You call me sick, jack. But, no, what's sick is your infatuation with this wannabe you call tess.
Jack: Well, the sad thing is, is she's who you could have been. Now get the hell out of my house. Bye.
Jack: Hey, hey, hey. It's ok. She can't hurt you. Livvie's gone.
chris: Hey, hey! Hey. What do you think? Are you ready to party with stephen clay tonight?
Frank: Absolutely. Doree, i hope you're not here to keep the peace.
Doree: Don't worry, I'm off duty tonight.
Chris: Better be.
Karen: Wow. Wow. This place out.
Chris: All right, now, this -- this I can get into.
Joshua: Well, I'm so glad you like it. All you need now are your passports.
Karen: Thank you.
Chris: Check it out. That's pretty sweet.
Doree: Thank you.
Chris: Very cool, very cool. Put that thing on, will you?
Frank: Let's go.
Joshua: As you will discover, the masks are a very important part of this evening. The masks will protect you. The masks will free you. They'll allow you to find your hidden self, the one that you keep buried. The masks will allow you to lose all your inhibitions and all your expectations. Let go. Let go and be who you really are. That is what the stephen clay experience is all about. Let go. Let go.
Singer: To the freak show you created if you really want to do with me the one-on-one then you're going to have to face it no more hiding from
frank: Are you ok?
Karen: Yeah, I -- i just got a chill.
Frank: Oh. You want him to stop?
Karen: No. No, it's gone now. Oh, this feels so good.
Doree: Check out the music. It's awesome!
Joshua: There's a message in the music. You must open yourself up and connect with it. That's what stephen's music is all about. It's the experience we give to ourselves and to others.
Chris: And you, doree -- I would like you to experience this. There you go. You know what they say about oysters --
Chris: I thought you might.
Singer: If you really want to do with me the one-on-one
chris: What was that?
Chris: I don't know. I just felt something strange.
Doree: Maybe it's the champagne getting to you.
Singer: The world through naked eyes
chris: Or maybe it's you getting to me.
Ricky: Marissa --
Ricky: Hey, you're not here all alone, are you?
Marissa: Actually, I am. Jamal's still out of town.
Ricky: Oh, that's too bad. Hey, listen, this place is amazing. Let me show you around, come on.
Joshua: Don't forget to take these.
Ricky: All right.
Joshua: Put them on.
Ricky: Thanks. Come on.
Lucy: I had absolutely no idea these were the people that rented my warehouse. What a scene.
Ian: Yeah. It's like a flipping circus. Come on, let me buy you dinner. And if you're nice, I'll throw in a movie, go pick up the kids. Come on.
Lucy: No, stop. Forget the kids just for one minute. Come on, victor and mary have a lot of stuff for them planned. You know, I have the feeling we are supposed to be here tonight. There's something definitely going on, and not just in this room.
Ian: You mean here in port charles? It's the feeling you get?
Lucy: Oh, that really creepy feeling. I think it has something to do with this music, too.
Ian: I know. Excuse me.
Lucy: I still have that feeling that livvie and tess are completely involved in this, too, somehow.
Ian: It's hard to believe there's something bad about that little girl.
Lucy: I know, we have the same impression that way. How could there be two of them, though? It doesn't make any sense.
Joshua: Welcome, my friends. Please don't forget to put these on.
Ian: We're not really mask people, thanks.
Joshua: We're all mask people.
Lucy: There's something very familiar about that man. Kind of creepy.
Ian: Well, what do you expect to find here? It's just some rocker's halloween bash.
Lucy: I don't know what i expect to find. I just know I'm going to find something here.
lucy: Well, that's weird.
Lucy: I just got the coldest draft moving across my body.
jack: Oh, my gosh, a trick-or-treater. I completely forgot.
[Jack turns tv off]
jack: Look, this is halloween. It's called halloween. So people come dressed up in costumes and makeup and stuff, and it's like your fairy tale books, you know? People come dressed up, and then i will go to the door and I'll give them candy, but they have to say "trick or treat." They don't say "trick or treat," then they don't get any candy. Let's just see what happens.
Girl: Trick or treat!
Tess: Happily ever after.
Girl: Mommy, mommy, I got a candy bar!
Jack: And that is halloween. Didn't scare you, did it? All right, because i'm going to go to the store and get some more candy because i have no idea how old that candy bar was. You'll be ok, right?
Tess: More candy.
Jack: I will bring you lots of candy.
livvie: Trick or treat, tess?
Alison: Where do i sign this?
Elizabeth: You know what? Actually, I would prefer if you have your lawyer look at it. I just don't ever want you to come back and say that i tried to pull something on you.
Alison: Well, good, because that will be the first time you've ever looked out for me.
Elizabeth: Good. Well, I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Rafe: Well, that looked all warm and fuzzy.
Alison: It's about as warm and fuzzy as it's going to get with that viper. But I don't -- i don't want to do this anymore. I don't want to talk about my dad or her or whether or not i have a brother or a sister or whatever. I want to spend some time with you.
Alison: I miss you. I just -- I want to go play. I want to go to the party. Please?
Rafe: You are so hard to say no to.
Alison: I know. Thank you. Now, come on, let's go get ready. Come on, come on.
lucy: Oh, wow! My, my, my. The mood of this room is definitely touching everybody. It just seems sort of happy and contented, huh?
Ian: So your creepy feeling has passed, then?
Lucy: Yeah, for the moment.
Ian: Well, then let's not waste one more moment or the music.
Ricky: Huh. Oh, my god, marissa, these are amazing. You have to try one.
Marissa: No, no, no, no, it's ok.
Reese: Boo! Scared you, didn't i?
Marissa: Yeah, you're pretty scary, all right.
Reese: Trick or treat, garza?
Reese: Good answer. I've got somewhere much cooler to show you. You haven't seen anything yet.
Ricky: What, cooler than this?
Marissa: You two go right on ahead.
Ricky: Hey, but it's early.
Marissa: Yeah, but I want to go home. I want to call jamal, you know? I'll see you two later.
Stephen: Well, well, well. If it isn't my newest band member.
Marissa: Well, I must say i'm surprised to see you here. I thought you liked to keep yourself mysterious.
Stephen: That's what the mask is for -- so i can observe rather than be observed.
Marissa: By the way, thank you for keeping our bargain with ricky garza. He is -- he's very happy.
Stephen: I always keep my bargains. So, what about you? How's the new song coming?
Marissa: It's coming. It's ok. In fact, i should actually be heading home so I can work on it just a little bit more before rehearsal.
Stephen: I think that's a good idea. We have something big coming up. We should be ready for it.
Marissa: What do you mean? What's coming up?
Stephen: I'll let you know.
Marissa: Ok. Great. Well, thank you for the wonderful party.
Stephen: My pleasure.
Ian: You're quite a dancer.
Lucy: Oh, thank you. I have not danced in so very long. It feels good. It feels good because I can almost forget all those weird feelings i've been having. But you know what? This is still really hard, you know, to be so --
Lucy: Yeah. You know, I hate to admit this, but I was actually very jealous of kate and brennan being together like that.
Ian: You, too?
Lucy: Oh. Aren't we quite the pair. I -- i also sometimes leave my tv on all night just for --
ian: Just for company.
Lucy: Yeah, exactly.
Ian: Yeah, well, loneliness is a killer, isn't it?
Lucy: Oh, boy. Oh. Oh, they must be pumping something into this room, like aromatherapy or something, because the mood in here is definitely catching.
Stephen: I'd have to say our party's quite the success.
Joshua: Our guests certainly are enjoying themselves. And yet, not everyone has shown up.
Stephen: Don't worry. They'll all be here. Of that I'm certain.
Livvie: You don't feel it anymore, do you, tess? That chill we both felt before? It's gone.
Tess: Not cold anymore. Better.
Livvie: No, it's not better. And it's not going to be better until I find out who the hell you really are.
Tess: Tess. You're livvie.
Livvie: I'm impressed. You can actually string two words together. So why don't you answer me and tell me where you really came from? What -- what's with the doll, huh? What's so special about that ratty old thing?
Livvie: Right. Tess, why don't you grow up. Talk to me and tell me where you really came from because I know you can.
Tess: You killed baby.
Tess: You killed baby.
Livvie: You little witch. How would you like me to kill your baby?
Tess: No. No!
Livvie: Ow! Ow. I scratched your hand, and i'm bleeding in the same exact spot as you. I'm bleeding, too. God, what is this? What is happening?
Jack: Hey, tess, i'm back. What the --
marissa: Jamal! What are you doing here?
Jamal: Come on. How long did you think i could stay away from you? Hmm?
Marissa: Oh, I missed you.
Jamal: I missed you, too.
Lucy: You know, you're quite the dancer yourself.
Ian: Well, it's easy with the right partner. You smell great.
Alison: Will you please get in the spirit? We need to have a little fun.
Rafe: I am. I'm -- i'm ready to party.
Alison: Oh, you are? Is that why you're wearing your frown on your face? And the wrinkles in your forehead are starting to show up, which I happen to think are very, very sexy.
Rafe: Good. So, why don't you try this on for sexy, huh?
Stephen: Great party, isn't it?
>> Stay tuned for scenes f from the next "port charles: Naked eyes."
>> On the next "port charles" --
rafe: Tonight I feel it like i never felt it before. Something is out there.
Man: Trick or treat.
Second man: Now, which is it going to be?
Livvie: Who are you?
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