"About a Dad" General Hospital: Night Shift Transcript Tuesday 9/16/08

General Hospital: Night Shift Transcript Tuesday 9/16/08


"About a Dad"
Written by Emily Branden & Catharina Ledeboer

Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Gisele

Previously on Night Shift...

Robin: I was thinking you should come live with me.

[Robin laughs]

Robert: Might kill me before the cancer does but...

Ryan: You have cute feet.

Claire: You have cute... everything.

Leo: I feel like it's going way too fast.

Patrick: There were some complications with Ryan's surgery.

Claire: Is he ok?

Patrick: He didn't make it.

Epiphany: I'm sorry... for lying.

Toussaint: I'm sorry, too.

Epiphany: I'm so blessed to have you in my life.

Leo: You're gonna be fine.

[P.A. announcement: Dr. Baker, Pediatrics, please. Dr. Baker.]

Kyle: Here she comes.

Claire: Hi.

Kyle: Hey, you.

Toussaint: How you holding up, sunshine?

Epiphany: You know, Claire, we can always kick in for ya--

Claire: I'm good. Fine. I'd rather be working.

Kyle: Hey, you know, I knocked on your door this morning. I was worried about you. Where were you?

Claire: I, uh, was in bed. Just exhausted from everything.

Kyle: I know.

Saira: So, how was your night--

Leo: What?!

Saira: Your night off. Let me guess. You went to a strip club and ended up in bed with a hooker.

Leo: No. I just--I went to Jake's and then I went home early.

Kyle: Oh, hey, did you get the brownies?

Claire: Oh, yeah. Yeah, thanks. I'm sorry. I'm just having trouble concentrating.

Saira: You know, you were right. It felt good to have some alone time. I went home and got some rest myself.

Kyle: Well, let's get to rounds. And don't worry. I'll keep the hardass attending off your back today.

Robert: Let's, uh, lose the training wheels. I'll be capable of walking on my own. Uh, cozy. Ha. Ha. We're gonna know each other a lot better before this is over.

Robin: Hmm. Yes. I know it's a little small, sure. But I've got everything set up for you. I have a bed on loan from the hospital, a grab bar in the bathroom, and a nurse to come check in on you every night.

Robert: Naughty nurse calls. I'm likin' this already.

Robin: Easy. So you can check out the bedroom if you'd like. It's all yours.

Robert: Uh...

Robin: Down the hall to the left.

Robert: Ok.

Patrick: Ok. Uh, I gotta get back to the hospital so you sure you have everything?

Robin: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'm just gonna get him settled in tonight.

Patrick: And I called about the leak. So that's taken care of. So don't worry about that.

Robin: Good. Don't forget we have a check up in the morning.

Patrick: Ok. I have a board meeting at 9:00. So I'll just swing by after that?

Robin: Hey. Aren't you forgetting something?

Patrick: Yes. Sorry.

Robin: No.

Patrick: Bye.

Robin: Hey!

Patrick: What?

Robin: The couch!

Patrick: It's great. It's perfect. Listen, I gotta go. I'll see you later.

Robin: Bye.

Robert: So...how close is the nearest pub?

Stone: Can we go, please Dad?

Jagger: I don't see why not. Here.

Stone: Yay!

Jagger: I don't know any kids your age who get so excited about going to the museum.

Stone: It's super cool. They've got, like, every fossil from every time period ever.

Jagger: Wow.

Stone: Yeah. And this sort of stone, it's called a [Indistinct]

Jagger: That is so cool. So you know what? It's getting really late. And I want you to get ready for bed. Ok?

Stone: Ok. It's like rarest stone ever. It's orange and brown and red. And the color comes from the iron.

Jagger: Stone! Stone! Stone. Wake up, buddy. Wake up. What happened? Stone, stone. It's ok. It's ok.

Robin: Ok. So here is the number for my pager, Dr. Drake's pager, Dad's oncologist, and there's pharmacy a few blocks away that delivers.

Robert: Uh, the couch--the couch sucks.

Robin: And, uh, extra sheets, towels, and washcloths are in the bedroom closet.

Robert: Look, don't go to too much trouble. I'm checking into a hotel. As far as I'm concerned, it's all about the quality of the room service and the location of the mini bar.

Robin: He means well. He's just a bit stubborn.

Robert: Some would call it my charm.

Nurse: We'll be fine, Dr. Scorpio.

Robin: Thank you. So, Dad, I made the bathroom very sanitary for you, and the nurse will help you maintain that.

Robert: Sweetheart, I've got this bag here. I'm a virtual bathroom anyway--

[Cell phone rings]

Robin: Hold on a second.


Robin: Hey, Jagger.

Jagger: Robin, it's Stone. He's bleeding.

Robin: What?

Jagger: I don't know. Everything was fine. We were playing around and everything was good. And he just fell.

Robin: Call 911.

Jagger: I did. They're on their way.

Robin: Ok. Good. Is he breathing ok?

Jagger: Yeah, he's breathing. And the pulse is steady.

Robin: Call me if there are any changes. I'll meet you at the hospital.

Jagger: Ok.

Robin: He's gonna be all right. They'll be there soon. Ok. I'm on my way.

Jagger: Ok. Thanks.

Robin: Oh, my God!

Robert: What happened?

Robin: I don't know. Stone collapsed.

Robert: Go! Just go. I got Nurse Izzy to sit around and watch me doing nothing. It's fine. Robin, you can't put your life on hold for your old man. Go, be with your friends.

Robin: Ok. Call me if you need anything. All right, thank you.

Robert: It's just you and me.

E.M.T.: Got a pediatric patient with L.O.C.

Patrick: Jagger, what happened?

E.M.T.: First time went into seizure, 5 year old. He's got a 2 centimeter laceration. He fell and hit his head. And he's still post-dictal.

Stone: Daddy.

Jagger: Hey, buddy. Right here, ok.

Patrick: You ok?

Jagger: Look, we were in the hotel room, and he was fine. All of a sudden, he just fell.

Patrick: Ok. Ok. Call C.T. scan stat.

Toussaint: I got it.

Patrick: Jagger, you gotta stay out here.

Jagger: I--I--

Patrick: We're gonna take care of your son. I promise you. Just stay out here. Get 2mg of diazepam on hand in case he seizes again.

Leo: All right, you've got 60% blockage in one of your arteries, which means that you'll need an angioplasty. So, I'm gonna set you up for sometime tomorrow.

Mr. Cline: I had an angioplasty last summer.

Leo: Ok. Well, Dr. Simpson's gonna do a follow up with your prior films and reports. In the meantime, nothing to eat or drink after midnight. Dr. Simpson?

Claire: Of course, Doctor.

Leo: That's all for now, Mr. Cline.

Claire: Julian... I don't know how to say this, but, um, last night was a huge mistake. I mean, you're my attending. And if Kyle found out, it would kill me, and--

Leo: Yes.

Claire: So no one needs to know.

Leo: Nobody needs to know.

Claire: Let's just forget the thing ever happened.

Leo: Yeah, I couldn't agree with you more.

Claire: Ok.

Leo: Ok.

Saira: You know, Kyle, you have an excellent command of integrating western and alternative medicine.

Kyle: Well, it's really interesting, yeah.

Saira: You know, I'm starting a project here. And I'd really love your help if you would be interested.

Kyle: Dr. Batra, yes, I would be honored. Count me in.

Saira: That's wonderful. I mean, think that you will be perfect for this.

Kyle: What is it?

Saira: It's breast milk.

Kyle: Breast milk...

Saira: Yes, I mean, there have been a number of studies pointing to the benefits of using breast milk for medicinal purposes. I'm gonna be starting a breast milk bank here at general hospital. So I think that you would be great in helping with the cataloguing and the extractions.

Kyle: Extractions... uh, that would be, like, from real breasts.

Saira: Yes. From real breasts.

Kyle: Right.

Saira: I'll page you later, Dr. Julian. We can go over the protocol. Ha ha ha.

Kyle: Thanks.

Jagger: Robin, what's going on?

Robin: Most likely he had a seizure. It's ok. You can go in.

Patrick: It's just a little cut on his head. Small cuts make for big bleeds. He needs some rest. But I'll explain more outside. Just sit with him for a little bit. I'll give you some time.

Jagger: Thanks.

[Door opens and closes]

Stone: Hey, Daddy.

Jagger: Hey, buddy.

Stone: So can we go?

Jagger: Go where?

Stone: To the museum.

Jagger: Yeah. Of course.

Stone: Cool.

Jagger: Hey, you know that I love you, right?

Patrick: Jagger, seizures are quite common in children with autism.

Saira: At around Stone's age and then again at puberty.

Patrick: What happens is the brain's electrical activity is misguided, causing a temporary misfiring of the nerve cells.

Saira: Now this could be the last seizure that Stone ever has or--

Patrick: Or it's something he could live with the rest of his life.

Robin: What are the causes?

Patrick: Well, we don't know. Research hasn't been conclusive to indicate the link between autism and seizures.

Robin: But don't you think if we were to look at similar cases --

Patrick: Look, Jagger, I want you to have a say in this as the parent. Is there anything you want to ask?

Jagger: Yeah. Why my son?

Saira: Jagger, listen, I've worked with stone. So I can tell you that he's an exceptional child. You know that. It's just that we may have to look at these seizures as something that's a part of your lives now.

Kyle: Looks painful.

Epiphany: No. It's actually quite comfortable. Now that one's top of the line. Comes with batteries.

Kyle: I think I'm gonna be sick.

Toussaint: Come on now, son. Breasts are a beautiful thing. All those different shapes and sizes.

Epiphany: Toussaint! Don't you have somewhere to be?

Toussaint: I'll see you later. Ha ha!

Kyle: Come on, Nurse Johnson, spill it.

Epiphany: What?

Kyle: What's going on between you two?

Epiphany: Toussaint and I are dating.

Claire: I knew it.

Kyle: Nice catch.

Epiphany: Ooh, and I'm not hiding it anymore. From now on it's full disclosure.

Kyle: Good for you, Epiphany.

Epiphany: You know I just got tired of all the secrets. You know, they just weigh you down. And--and in the end, they just hurt people. I think that Toussaint was right. That if you're hiding the truth, you must be ashamed of who you are.

Kyle: Amen.

Patrick: I'll run some more tests tomorrow, but I don't see why you can't take him home in the morning.

Jagger: Excellent.

Nurse Izzy: Dr. Scorpio.

Robin: What?! Is something wrong? Why aren't you with my dad?

Nurse Izzy: Agent Scorpio said he detected a possible bomb in the apartment. He had me evacuate and told me to meet him here.

Robin: He can't be alone.

Nurse Izzy: Well, he didn't want me to be with the bomb.

Robin: There's no--

Patrick: Thank you very much for your help. We'll take it from here.

Robin: Yeah. Will you be ok?

Jagger: Of course.

Robin: Are you sure?

Patrick: Who knows what he's getting himself into.

Robin: You're right. I'm sorry. Bye.

Patrick: Bye.

Jagger: Can't be too easy having your girlfriend's daddy living with you.

Patrick: Yeah. Especially when he could kill you in your sleep.

Jagger: Right.

Patrick: But no, it's Robin. I'd do anything for her.

Jagger: Yeah. She's an amazing woman.

Patrick: Yeah. She is.

Robin: I don't know what I would have done without her. She's beautiful.

Patrick: Yeah. I'm a lucky guy.

Jagger: Yeah.

Robert: The dishwasher's having a seizure. It attacked me. I swear.

Robin: Sorry. I called the landlord yesterday. You know, if you need anything, just ask me.

Robert: Look. Port Chuck Hotel has fine room service. I can check in there.

Robin: The Pork Chuck Hotel burned down years ago. And you can't be alone.

Robert: What am I, 3?

Robin: What time is it?

Robert: 19:00 hours.

Robin: In normal time?

Robert: 7:00.

Robin: Oh, crap! I gotta get to work. Sorry. Ok. So, dad, just stay put. And um, take a nap. And don't touch anything. Ok? See you later.

Robert: Bye.

[Door closes]

Robert: How did I become the kid?

Patrick: Hey, guys.

Jagger: Hey, Patrick. Don't you think it's a little too soon for these kinds of tests? I mean, he might not be ready.

Patrick: I think he's ready. Aren't you, Stone?

Jagger: Hey, Stone, can you say thank you to Dr. Drake for helping you out last night?

Patrick: Hey, Stone, you know what? I got something for ya. Take a look at this.

Jagger: Oh, wow! Well, well, well. Look at that.

Stone: Cool!

Patrick: Cool, huh? You like it?

Stone: I like it.

Robin: Hey, Stone, it's good to see you.

Stone: It's a rock collecting kit.

Robin: Oh! Wow!

Patrick: Just something I got from the gift shop. Why don't we go back to my office and pull those things out and see what we got? Jagger, the nurse is gonna come over with something for you to sign.

Jagger: Thanks.

Patrick: See you guys later.

Jagger: Thank you. He's gonna be a great dad.

Robin: Think so?

Jagger: Yeah. You should be thankful you have him in your life. It's not so easy being a single parent, you know.

Robin: Yeah. You know, before, I thought that I could do all this by myself. But now, looking at you, I don't know.

Jagger: I haven't slept all night. I've been talking with the insurance company all morning. And they're telling me that they're not going to cover Stone's treatment.

Robin: What!?

Jagger: Yeah. The insurance company is saying that it's not medical.

Robin: That's ridiculous.

Jagger: I know. And by the end of the whole treatment, it will be, like, $50,000.

Robin: My God.

Jagger: I mean, I work for the government. I don't have that kind of money. What am I gonna do?

Leo: I got ya something.

Saira: Hot chocolate?

Leo: With extra whip cream.

Saira: What's the occasion?

Leo: I was just thinking about you.

Saira: You better be careful Dr. Julian, people around here are gonna start saying you're whipped.

Leo: Saira.

Saira: Yeah.

Leo: I like you.

Saira: I like you, too.

Robin: Hello.

Saira: Hi.

Robin: How's your boyfriend?

Saira: He's good. He's fine. I don't know. It got a little weird yesterday. He kinda, like, freaked out on me. I mean, I think we're over it. So, it's...

Robin: I have to say, he seems different the last couple months.

Saira: Yeah. I think it's been weird, you know, with his brother here. He doesn't feel like G.H. is his own place. And then there's the fact that he found out that his birth mother died 6 months ago.

Robin: Oh, my God.

Saira: Yeah. It's horrible. It's just--I don't know, he found out while he was planning his trip back to Iran. And I think it knocked him off balance, you know. He hasn't come to terms with it yet.

Robin: Wow, now I feel really bad for judging him.

Saira: Please. The guy is no angel. But I think there's something more to him than other people see.

Robin: Hmm. Oh, so I heard about the breast milk bank that you're starting.

Saira: Yeah. It's amazing, Robin. You have no idea. I mean, the uses for breast milk. It helps cancer patients, same sex couples, I mean mothers who can't breast feed. You could use it.

Robin: Yeah.

Saira: Oh, I'm so sorry. I didn't mean to--

Robin: No, it's ok. It's ok. You're right. I--I mean--I can't breastfeed. So, yeah. Yeah. I'll have to use it. [Sigh] I don't know. You know, I've seen Jagger the past couple of weeks dealing with Stone and having to see all these doctors, making appointments. Just a lot to deal with, you know. And I don't know. I don't know what I would do. I just... what if my baby--

Saira: No. Robin, look. With all the medicine that you're on, the percentage of you passing H.I.V.--

Robin: I don't want to hear about percentages. Ok? I'm sick of percentages. There is a chance. There's a chance that she could be positive. And what if that happens.

Saira: Then we'll get through it together.

Claire: For your information, I am not the other woman!

Leo: Keep your voice down. What are you talking about?

Claire: I'm talking about Dr. Batra. I can't believe you cheated on her with me!

Leo: I thought we agreed to drop this.

Claire: That was before I knew you guys were together. Ohh! I just--you know, I thought you were a stupid one night stand. And now I have to deal with this crap.

Leo: Just calm down. Ok.

Claire: You know, I make bad decisions when it comes to men. I do. I really do. But I have never been the other woman.

Leo: Will you stop saying that?!

Claire: Dr. Batra is one of the most professional, well-respected doctors on this staff. God, I can't believe you put me in this position.

Leo: Claire! She doesn't know. Nobody needs to know about this. As long as we agree to keep it that way.

Claire: You're disgusting.

Kyle: Ok. Let's just go ahead and attach the apparatus, shall we? Oh, wow, lot of breast.

Donor: I've always had big ones. When I got pregnant they went to D-cup.

Kyle: Right.

Donor: My husband doesn't mind.

Kyle: Ok. I think we're ready. So just go ahead and pump gradually.

Donor: Oh, it hurts a little.

Kyle: Oh, uh-- I'm sorry. I'm usually not his forward.

Donor: That's better. Thank you.

Kyle: So... come here often?

Donor: No. First time.

Kyle: Just too much milk?

Donor: No. I, um... I lost my baby in the last trimester.

Kyle: I'm--I'm sorry.

Donor: Thank you. It just feels right doing this. You know. Like my baby's milk isn't gonna go to waste. I'm happy to help other moms.

Kyle: And of course we can use the milk for medicinal purposes, too.

Donor: Yeah. I was reading that. I figure, it's about giving life to someone else, you know. Just feels like the best thing I could do for my baby.

Jagger: You hanging in there, buddy?

Stone: Hi, Daddy.

Patrick: Can I ask you something?

Jagger: Sure.

Patrick: How do you do it? Being a father, I mean. How do you do--

Jagger: Oh, I don't know. You just get used to it, I guess.

Patrick: Yeah?

Jagger: Yeah. It's like you're getting thrown into a ring with no boxing gloves. Then you just have to manage.

Patrick: Yeah. Sometimes I wonder if I'm ready.

Jagger: No one is ever ready.

Patrick: You know it's just--Robin, she's--she's got the books and the early childhood classes, the whole deal, you know. And--

Jagger: Well, women get it quicker, you know. They have to carry the baby for 9 months.

Patrick: How do they do that?

Jagger: Beats me. You know, when Stone was a baby, I was afraid to hold him. I was scared, you know, that he was gonna break. And once it was just me and him, I said to myself, what am I gonna do? How am I gonna do this? You know. But then I look at him. And I look into his eyes. And I say, that's my boy. That's my son. I'll do whatever it takes for him. Always.

Patrick: I hope I get there.

Jagger: You will.

Robin: We have to set the alarm.

Patrick: I already did. We have 2 hours.

Robin: Ugh.

Patrick: Tell me about it. Is your dad ok?

Robin: Yeah. He's ok. It's his birthday tomorrow. I thought we could surprise him with a cake or something.

Patrick: I have a meeting at 11:00, something about the breast milk bank thing.

Robin: Can you pick up groceries after that?

Patrick: Yeah. Just leave a list.

Robin: It's already on the fridge.

Patrick: Good. Ahh.

Robin: 11:00, something about the breast milk bank thing.

Patrick: Good. Ahh. This pace is killing me.

Robin: Hey...

Patrick: Hmm?

Robin: I think I'm gonna lend Jagger some money.

Patrick: What do you mean?

Robin: Well, he was telling me today that the insurance is not going to cover Stone's treatment. He doesn't make much at his job. And...

Patrick: Um, I'm sure he makes enough.

Robin: It didn't sound like it. And Stone's therapy is really expensive.

Patrick: Well, I'm sure they'll figure it out.

Robin: I'm gonna help him cover the cost.

Patrick: How?

Robin: I'll use my savings.

Patrick: What?

Robin: Patrick.

Patrick: Robin, you have a father that's sick in our bedroom. We're about to have a baby.

Robin: I know.

Patrick: Well, I don't think it's very responsible. I mean, I know you care about stone and Jagger. But they're not your family.

Robin: Yes. They are my family. Ok. And if you needed to help out yours, I wouldn't say a word. [Sigh]

Patrick: What?

Robin: I wasn't asking for your permission. It's my money, and I can do what I want with it.

Patrick: So, did you enjoy your birthday dinner? That good, huh? Robin, I got to gotta get back to the hospital.

Robin: Ok. Then just go. Dad, can you just stop playing with that, please?

Robert: There's a rule written somewhere where you get to do whatever you want to do on your birthday.

[Knocking at door]

Robin: Can you get that?!

Jagger: Hi.

Patrick: Hey, just in time for the party. Come on in.

Jagger: Good.

Patrick: Hey, Stone.

Robert: Hey! Who's the little guy?

Patrick: Stone, this is Robin's dad. His name is Robert. And this is Stone.

Robert: Well, that would be Agent Scorpio to you. How'd you get so short? Come over here. Gotta check you for height. Come on. All right. Hmm...well. We can take the uniform in this way and this way. And [Sigh] Yeah. I guess you'll do. Now, Agent Stone, this is a super secret security whistle. And you're gonna test it for me. Now when you see the bad guys coming, you gotta blow on this real hard. Got it? All right. Here. Thank you. You got it.

Robin: Hey, guys. Stone, I got some chocolate cake.

Jagger: All right.

Patrick: I apologize. I gotta get back to the hospital.

Robin: Really? You can't even stay for cake?

Patrick: Robin, they paged me twice. I really got to go. Sorry. Just catch up with you later.

Robin: All right.

Robert: Get over here before this place burns down!

Robin: Bye. Ok. So there's one candle for every decade.

Robin: Please. You're not gonna sing to me.


Robin: Ok. You wanna help blow out the candles?

Kyle: Right this way ladies to the most exclusive party in Port Charles. Lucky for you, this guy has the V.I.P. pass behind the velvet ropes.

Donor: Ooh. Will there be go-go boys?

Kyle: Tell you what, if you play your cards right, Sophia, I'll take my shirt off.

Donor: This is my kind of party.

Kyle: Mm-hmm.

Epiphany: What are you doing?

Kyle: It's a milk and cookies party. I bring the cookies. They bring the milk. Ladies, we await your milk.

Saira: Nurse Johnson, I hear congratulations are an order.

Epiphany: On what?

Saira: Well, rumor has it that you snagged yourself a very debonair orderly. Nice work.

Epiphany: Mm-hmm. Girl the way that man kisses. Heh heh!

Saira: Tell me everything.

Epiphany: I know I sound like every teenage girl. Whoo. Let me get back to work.

Saira: You can't apologize for new man butterflies. I get it.

Epiphany: Well, this sounds like somebody's having some butterflies of her own. Dr. Batra, who have you got warming up your bed at night?

Saira: Leo Julian.

Epiphany: Whoo, girl, you got your work cut out for you!

Saira: I like a challenge.

Epiphany: You know what? I'm happy for you.

Saira: Thank you. Wow. There are so many workplace romances, huh? You and Toussaint. Robin and Patrick. And me and Julian. Hey, you better watch out, Claire.

Claire: Why?

Saira: I don't know. There's something in the air. You could be next.

Epiphany: Mm-hmm.

Robert: Now, when you get to the ice cream shop, you gotta go to the case that's right on the very end. Now in that case, you're gonna see a flavor that's called rocky road. This is a super secret recipe. You gotta get a pint of that. Because we're gonna need it for the mission.

Stone: Ok, Agent Scorpio.

Robin: And pistachio for you, too?

Jagger: Yes, please. Thank you.

Robin: All right. Let's go buddy. Heh heh. Go on.

Robert: He's a good kid.

Jagger: Thanks. He really responds to you. He's not like that with most people. I'm sure Robin has told you about his Autism, right?

Robert: Yeah. Yeah, she mentioned it. Seems fine to me.

Jagger: That's what's frustrating. I mean, all the time he's with me, he's fine. Then all of a sudden, like the other day, we're having a good time and talking and everything. And he's on the ground.

Robert: She mentioned he had a seizure.

Jagger: I don't know. I'm just sick and tired of all that doctor stuff, you know.

Robert: Yeah, me too.

Jagger: I just want to know what the problem is and attack it.

Robert: Identify the threat and take it out.

Jagger: Exactly.

Robert: Yeah. I know where you're coming from. My daughter's sick, too. And there's no quick fix to that either.

Jagger: Her H.I.V.?

Robert: Yeah. You know we can love 'em and we can... we can take care of them. But in the end, the fight it's--it's theirs alone. Robin's winning her battle. Stone will, too.

Kyle: Nice work. Oh, uh, cookies anyone?

Donor: Yes.

Kyle: Yes? All right, well, stay tuned. And next week. Same time, same place. And I may or may not bring my famous brownies. Hey, hey, hey. You gotta pump for cookies around here, sister.

Saira: Oh, my God. These are good.

Kyle: Mm-hmm. I'll give you the recipe if you want.

Saira: Kyle, you've done--you've done an amazing job with all of this. I have to be honest. I wasn't sure that you could handle it. But I don't know what changed.

Kyle: Well, yesterday a woman came in. Huge breasts.

Saira: Oh, really? I didn't think that did it for you.

Kyle: Please. She-- she was actually giving us her milk because her baby didn't make it to full term. And, I don't know, it just inspired me, I guess.

Saira: Yeah.

Kyle: In Med. School, I always learned about the body like a machine. If something isn't working, you figure out how to fix it. But it's so much more complicated than that.

Saira: Yeah, it is.

Kyle: I guess--I guess it's about healing not just the body but whatever you want to call it. Souls? I just really respect what it is that you do, Dr. Batra. And I would love to continue to be a part of it.

Saira: I would love that, too.

Toussaint: Ha ha. I swear, I hightailed it out of there so fast, I tripped over myself. Nearly, knocked all of my front teeth out.

Epiphany: Ha ha. It's a miracle you survived all of those years on the road.

Toussaint: Oh, man. I had the time of my life. Every night. Singing our hearts out.

Epiphany: There's nothing like it.

Toussaint: You know what? You should sing more.

Epiphany: Me?

Toussaint: Mm-hmm.

Epiphany: No. Ha ha.

Toussaint: Sing something for me.

Epiphany: What?

Toussaint: Come on now. You sang for me before.

Epiphany: Yeah, but that was before we--uh-- no. I can't sing in front of you, Toussaint.

Toussaint: Ok. Then.

Epiphany: Toussaint, Toussaint.

Toussaint: [Whispering] Go ahead.

Epiphany: Amazing grace how sweet the sound that saved a wretch a wretch like me, I once was lost, but now, now I'm found, was blind but now I see

Patrick: Oh, thank you very much.

Robin: Hi.

Patrick: Hey.

Robin: Can we talk?

Patrick: We talk all the time.

Robin: We haven't talked all week.

Patrick: We talked this morning.

Robin: Yeah. About the leaky dishwasher, my dad, and the grocery list, doctors appointments--

Patrick: Ok. Robin, I get it. I know. We're busy.

Robin: We're not connecting.

Patrick: Robin, please.

Robin: What? I'm serious. I'm tired of the mundaness of our lives.

Patrick: This kinda stuff is normal. All right. We've got a lot of on our plate right now. And I just--I don't want to make things more complicated than they already are.

Robin: We need to talk.

Patrick: Robin, look. I understand. We're busy--our jobs, the baby. Everything's moving very, very fast. I just--I can't-- I can't get into this right now. I'm sorry.

Saira: Hey.

Leo: Hey. Go back to sleep.

Saira: No. It's ok. I like waking up to you. How was surgery?

Leo: Hard. How was your night?

Saira: So good.

Leo: Was it?

Saira: Yeah.

Leo: I have to tell you something.

Saira: Ok.

Leo: I, uh... I want to apologize to you for being, I don't know, weird the other night. I don't mean to push you away like that.

Saira: It's ok.

Leo: This is new for me. You know. I mean, I'm usually out the door way before this point.

Saira: I know. It's new for me, too.

Leo: I want you to know, I'm in this. For real. I might have screwed up before. But uh, I want this to work.

Jagger: Hey.

Robin: Hey.

Jagger: What are you doing here?

Robin: I know it's late.

Jagger: Nah. It's ok. Come on in. Is everything ok with your father?

Robin: Yeah. Yeah. Um... here.

Jagger: What's this?

Robin: There's also a list of therapists in there for Stone.

Jagger: Robin, I can't accept this.

Robin: It's not the full amount. But you know, it's a start.

Jagger: It's just too much money. I can't take this.

Robin: It's ok. Consider it a loan. You can pay me back whenever. Or stone can when he becomes a famous paleontologist.

Jagger: Robin, I can't take your money. I can't.

Robin: Jagger, please. Come on, if stone were still alive, it wouldn't even be a question. We would do everything we could to take care of our nephew.

Jagger: Hey, hey, hey. What's the matter?

Robin: I don't know. It's just... my dad, Patrick. I don't know what's happening. I don't know what's going to happen.

Jagger: Look. Come here.

Robin: My dad could die, Jagger. My baby could be positive. And I just can't--I don't know. I just can't take care of both of them, you know.

Jagger: Look. Robin, everything's going to be fine. Everything's gonna be fine because stone is watching over us, the both of us. I know it. I know it.

Robin: Um... I'm sorry. I should go.

Jagger: Yeah, it's late.

Robin: I'll just--I'll leave that with you.

Jagger: You gonna be ok going home?

Robin: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine. Goodnight.

Jagger: Ok.

Singer: I need to-- I need to tell you the things I'm afraid to...

On the next "Night Shift" --

Kyle: Mom!

Announcer: Two brothers with only one thing in common: A need to be accepted.

Kyle: Is it that obvious I'm gay?

Eric: I was hoping?

Announcer: But will one brother's mistake drive them farther apart?

Claire: I slept with your brother.

[Kyle punches Leo]

Saira: You've been hiding all night. What is it?

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