All My Children Transcript Friday 2/7/03
Proofread by Kathy
>> Previously on "All My Children"
Kendall: You didn't tell me what brought you to Pine Valley.
Michael: You did.
Erica: Ordinarily, if you wanted to make a fool out of yourself over Kendall, that really would be none of my business. But we are talking about business here.
Jake: This baby's heart is failing, and we have to operate right now.
David: How, Jake? We don't have anybody!
Jake: We have you.
Adam: You looking for this?
J.R.: What is it?
Adam: It's your calculus midterm that you threw in the trash. It's a C-minus.
J.R.: At least I passed.
Adam: Yeah. I put your math tutor in a higher tax bracket, and this is the best you can do?
J.R.: So fire the guy.
Adam: No, wait just a minute. What the hell is the matter with you?
J.R.: It's nothing you'd understand.
Adam: No, I don't understand. We had an agreement. You broke that agreement. You were going to try to bring your grades up. And now you're slipping back into your old patterns, like ditching a civics class that you should be in right now.
J.R.: I don't care about civics or calculus or college!
Adam: It's time you did care, or you're not going to have any future left.
J.R.: What, the future you want? What about what I want?
Adam: What is it you want? Just would you please tell me?
J.R.: I want Laurie. I mean, things made sense when I was with her. And now she's gone because of you.
Adam: No, J.R., that -- J.R.!
Liza: What's wrong with him?
Adam: He's lost his girlfriend. So now he's going to use that as an excuse to mess up his life and hate me.
Liza: It'll take time, Adam.
Adam: We don't have time. I've got to stop this slide before there's nothing left to save.
Liza: Adam, wait. If you get in the middle of a power struggle with J.R. and his girlfriend, you're going to lose.
Adam: Yeah, well, maybe I'll change the balance of power. See you later.
Kendall: Why can't you just leave me the hell alone?
Erica: Because you won't let me. Because everywhere I turn, you're in my face -- Pine Valley, Aspen --
Kendall: Lacey's? You tried to shut out Fusion.
Erica: Oh, please, Kendall, one little lip color is hardly going to topple Enchantment.
Kendall: Well, if you aren't threatened, then why are you slandering us?
Erica: Slander? All I did was tell the truth. I told the truth to a trusted distributor about some upstart company who was peddling a reject lip color as their own.
Kendall: You can buy the best advertising, the best brains. All I have is an idea and a pot of lip color, and you're still playing down-and-dirty? Well, it smells like fear to me.
Erica: Look, you forced your way into the big leagues. So if you can't keep up, get out.
Kendall: If the Binkster can hang, so can I. What, did you slink out from under Mommy's rock to do her dirty work?
Bianca: I -- I heard the buzz, I saw the product, and I brought it to Mom's attention.
Kendall: That's weak, Binks. Very weak. And, you, where do you fit in in all of this? What, are you part of this whole cheesy demolition team, too?
Boyd: No. I didn't know --
Kendall: Oh, whatever. You know what? It reeks. It totally reeks. It's industrial sabotage.
Erica: Oh -- sabotage? Kendall, you're the one who was caught red-handed right here in my office stealing from me. You tried to raid my lab; you tried to take my best chemist.
Kendall: Boyd is a friend of mine.
Erica: Boyd Larraby is under contract to Enchantment. And he's loyal.
Kendall: Obviously, he is.
Erica: And your cheap tactics -- Kendall, they're laughable. Did you honestly think you could seduce Boyd away from this company?
Anna: This is my room. What's happening? Why was I taken out of the O.R.?
Orderly: The surgery's been postponed.
Anna: Oh. Is there something wrong with the baby? Where's Dr. Hoffman?
Nurse: He's unavailable, but a doctor will be in shortly.
Anna: I need my husband. Can you get my husband for me, please?
Jake: You have the skills, David. You can do this.
Maggie: David -- excuse me. I just got your message. I've been trapped at school all day. I got the message about Anna. What is it?
David: Her surgeon had a -- had a stroke. Jake and Joe want me to perform the procedure on Anna and the baby.
Maggie: Can you do it?
David: Fetal heart surgery is highly specialized. I can't just pick up a scalpel and get to work.
Jake: I know what we're asking you to do, David.
David: No, you don't, Jake. You're asking me to perform an almost untested procedure on my wife and child!
Joe: David -- David, under any other circumstances, I'd be opposed, strongly opposed. But I'm with Jake on this. You're a brilliant cardiac surgeon. Who better to step in?
David: But I'm also the husband and I'm the father.
Joe: Yes, and your child's best hope for survival -- perhaps her only hope.
David: I can’t. I can't do this.
Jamie: How are you doing?
Laurie: Crazed. I pulled an extra shift at B.J.'s, I have a lit test in an hour, and I have to finish three scholarship applications by Friday.
Jamie: Whoa. What I really meant was, how are you doing since you broke up with J.R.? So, maybe you should try to get back --
Laurie: No. I miss J.R., but it's better this way, for both of us.
Liza: Your father's gone.
J.R.: I just came back for my D.V.D.
Liza: J.R., I'm really sorry about Laurie.
J.R.: It's -- I got dumped. It's okay.
Liza: Well, it -- you want to talk about it?
J.R.: I don't -- I don't want to talk about it. Laurie and I would -- we would still be together if Dad just kept the hell out of our lives.
Liza: I know that you're hurt.
J.R.: I'm not hurt. I just -- I'm done. I'm done with Dad, I'm done with you, I'm done with all of it.
Liza: Wait, J.R. Wait, wait. Listen, maybe you don't want to talk to me or -- or your father. Would you consider family counseling?
J.R.: Well, to do that, I'd probably have to feel like I was part of this family. And I don't think that's ever going to happen.
Kendall: I didn't try to seduce Boyd.
Kendall: I never did anything of the sort.
Erica: For your information, Boyd is smarter than that. And he would never fall for anything --
Boyd: That's enough. Excuse me, Erica, but did you notice I still happen to be here?
Erica: Well, of course.
Boyd: Well, then why are you talking about me like I'm not?
Erica: I'm sorry. It's just that you don't know Kendall the way I do.
Kendall: Oh, here we go.
Boyd: Erica, you don't have to warn me.
Erica: But she's trying to -- she's playing you, Boyd, okay? She's playing you to get to me.
Boyd: Do I look like a sucker to you?
Erica: No, of course not, Boyd. You look like a really smart man and a good man. You're honest and you're trusting, Boyd, so you think that Kendall is whatever she tells you she is and she makes you believe whatever she wants you to believe. Boyd, that's not real.
Boyd: She's real to me.
Erica: Boyd, look, you mean a great deal to this company. And you mean a great deal to me. I don't want to lose you. And I don't want you to be another one of Kendall's victims.
Boyd: Look, Erica, Kendall's smart and so am I. She's very direct. I find that refreshing.
Erica: Direct? Kendall's direct?
Kendall: Greenlee and I made Boyd a legitimate offer, and he turned us down.
Erica: I appreciate that. So, as long as you're under contract to me, then we are --
Boyd: As long as I'm under contract, you own my ideas, Erica, not me.
Kendall: Uh-oh, an employee who actually thinks for himself.
Erica: We are done here, Kendall.
Kendall: No, we're not. We're not done until Enchantment is turned to dust.
Erica: Boyd -- I'm afraid that you just saw the Kendall that I warned you about, so please be careful.
Boyd: Erica, with all due respect, you're my boss. You're not my mother.
Erica: Well, that was a fiasco. What? Why are you looking at me like that?
Bianca: Because you totally blew it.
Joe: I know it seems impossible.
Jake: We've assembled the best team available, David.
David: Yeah -- everything but a pediatric cardiac surgeon.
Jake: Listen, I have called Dr. Urjud to be the sonographer in surgery. Every neonatalist from this hospital who's on call is on their way here right now.
Joe: Excuse me.
Jake: David, I put together a great team. You've got all the equipment that you need.
David: Jake, it's not about assembling a crack team or state-of-the-art equipment.
Jake: You think I don't know that? I'm doing the best that I can.
David: Well, it's not enough, all right?
Jake: David, wait. Listen to me. I can't even imagine what you're going through right now. I know you and I have had our differences, but I'm telling you that I think you're the most gifted surgeon that I've ever known. If anyone can do this, it's you.
Joe: I got good news. Dr. Pelosi's available.
David: You mean, from Boston Children's. Well, he's performed this several times. When can he be here?
Joe: He can't, exactly. Look, David, we're setting up a monitor and teleconferencing equipment. Now, Dr. Pelosi can guide you through the surgery step by step.
David: From Boston?
Joe: Yes. I've given him all the information that we have. And he's standing by as we speak, so you won't be alone.
David: But it'll still be my hands. And if I make one wrong move, my wife's life -- my child's --
Jake: David, no one else can do this surgery. There's no one but you.
Maggie: Can you please just stop pressing him? He's not a robot, okay?
Joe: David, it's your call. And whatever your decision, we'll respect it. I know you're under tremendous pressure, and I know the stakes are unbelievable. If you want to step aside, it's no disgrace.
David: I got to talk to Anna. I got to talk to her.
Nurse: I'll get a doctor. Try and relax.
Anna: Can you find my husband for me, please? Thanks. Okay. Hold on, little girl, please. Oh. Oh, God. Whatever we're facing, I know you have your father's fight in you. I feel it, you know, every time you kick me. Just keep on kicking, okay? We'll take care of the rest. Oh. I love you so much. Please don't leave us now, okay? Please?
Anna: Are we losing her, David?
Jamie: I better get to Spanish class. I got an exam.
Laurie: So get out of here. I don't want two guys blowing their grades because of me.
Jamie: That's not going to happen.
Laurie: Good luck on your test.
Jamie: Muchas gracias, senorita. Hasta la vista.
Adam: Hello, Laurie.
Laurie: Are you here because of J.R.? Is he all right?
Adam: Well, I'm reasonably certain he's not all right.
Laurie: I'm sorry.
Adam: But I'm going to fix it. And I need your help.
Laurie: Mr. Chandler, I'm sorry, I have a meeting with my guidance counselor. If I'm late --
Adam: Please, please -- just -- just give me a few minutes of your time.
Erica: Look, I had to stop Kendall before this whole thing gets entirely out of hand. You know that.
Bianca: Mom, I showed you that Fusion lip color just so that you would be aware of the competition. You turned it into a personal attack against Kendall.
Erica: You saw how she went after me.
Bianca: Yeah, but all you did was fire her up. And now Boyd’s not exactly happy.
Erica: Did Boyd really accuse me of trying to be his mother?
Bianca: He's angry. And you know what? I don't blame him. He's brilliant. You made him feel like an idiot.
Erica: Boyd is one of Enchantment's key assets. I protect my assets.
Bianca: Right, but are you more concerned with keeping Boyd or losing him to Kendall?
Erica: Bianca, Boyd is my top chemist. I want to keep him here at Enchantment. And Kendall is using him, poor thing.
Bianca: If that "poor thing" wants Kendall to use him, it's his call.
Erica: Not if it affects his work here. But you're right. We have a lot of real business to deal with.
Bianca: Right. Like how are we going to stay ahead of a startup company that blows on to the scene and totally rocks?
Kendall: Hey, Tommy. I need a stiff one.
Tommy: What'll it be?
Kendall: My regular spirulina smoothie, extra Echinacea, extra wheat grass, extra anything else you want.
Tommy: Tough morning?
Kendall: Yeah, you could say that. Can't you hear my immune system crashing?
Boyd: May I join you? Hi.
Kendall: Hi. Well, if you want to risk the wrath of Kane, be my guest.
Boyd: I'll take my chances. Listen, I'm sorry about that whole scene back at your mom's office.
Kendall: What, that? No, that was just another blip on the Erica radar. I -- I really should apologize to you.
Boyd: Come on, why?
Kendall: Well, I shouldn't have gone off on you like that. But when I saw you with Erica, I -- I just thought you were part of her wrecking crew. So, I apologize.
Boyd: Apology accepted.
Kendall: Um -- so, do you really think I'm refreshing?
Boyd: In a gale-force wind kind of way.
Kendall: Well, you didn't win any points with Erica by sticking up for me.
Boyd: I don't need any points. I have a contract, remember? And besides, I was only being honest. If Erica can't see how amazing you are, well, Fusion will open her eyes.
Kendall: Oh, Fusion -- the lips -- the lip color! Oh! But if it weren't for you, Simone's lips would still be glued together. Thank you. I owe you a dinner.
Boyd: Well, I'm free now. Why don't we make it lunch?
Kendall: Okay. That's a good idea.
Boyd: Let's --
Boyd: Let me get that.
Kendall: Thank you.
Jake: Dad, I'm going to need the teleconferencing equipment in place immediately.
Joe: All right. I'll bring our tech department up to speed, and I will coordinate with Boston Children. Oh, look -- don't push David on this. It really has to be his decision.
Maggie: What's going to happen? Is David going to operate on Anna and the baby, or --
Jake: There's no other choice, Maggie. And David's going to see that.
Maggie: Jake, what if he can see it and Anna can't?
Anna: Dr. Hoffman has had a stroke?
Anna: Well, so -- is he going to be all right?
David: It's too soon to say.
Anna: Well, what does that mean for the baby?
David: The preop sonogram indicates that her heart rate is still slowing down.
Anna: Well, then she's going to die without this operation, David.
David: There's no one within a 500-mile radius that can do this.
Anna: No, I don't accept that! I don't accept that! Everything about this child is a miracle. And we have fought so hard to get this far. She has fought the hardest of all. So now what are we supposed to do? We just give up? You know, I hold your hand and we say a prayer, and we just -- we just wait for her little heart to stop beating?
David: There might be another solution.
Anna: Well, good. What is that?
David: Jake and Joe have asked me to give it a try.
David: Yeah. There would be a specialist on-line from Boston, but I would be the one performing the surgery.
Anna: Well, I thought that there was a policy against operating on family.
David: There is, but this is -- well, Jake -- Jake has said okay.
Anna: So can you do this operation? Can you do it?
David: Maybe. If there is a chance for me to save our child's life, how can I not take it?
Anna: Well, how do you feel?
David: No, you got to be the one to decide this, not me. Do you want me to perform this surgery?
Anna: Oh, yes, of course I do. Yes, yes. Yes, I do. Yes.
David: Darling, I'm not qualified for this.
Anna: I know, but I trust you. I trust you with my life and with our little girl's life. I trust you. David, what is it? Come on, don't you think you can do this? You can do this.
David: Anna -- Anna -- I mean, the truth is I'm afraid.
Anna: Of course you're afraid. Anybody would be afraid.
David: No, no, Anna, you don't understand. I'm never afraid. I mean, saving lives is what I do. But, baby, you're my life. And this child is our future.
David: So operating on the two of you and risking everything that I love -- it just --
Anna: Or saving it, David. You could save it.
David: Yeah, but -- baby, if I lose you or our child, I'll never forgive myself.
Anna: Well, if you don't want to do it, that's all right. That's all right. Just know I have -- I have complete faith in you. But, you know, you have to be at peace with this, whatever decision that we make.
David: Our child deserves the best that her parents can give her. And what if I can't give her that?
Anna: Oh, you already have. We've given her our love. Maybe that's all we can give her.
Anna: Maybe it's time to just accept what's happened, you know? Let her go.
Adam: I want to apologize for that brawl with my son at the theater.
Laurie: Can we just forget about it?
Adam: Well, I just -- I completely lost my head, which I am prone to do at times. But I said atrocious things to you, and I do regret them.
Laurie: You're sorry I broke up with J.R.? You don't have to worry about him throwing his life away because of me.
Adam: I said that? Well, I was wrong. He's managed to do that all by himself. No, what I mean is he's -- well, not able to focus on certain opportunities that are available to him.
Laurie: Like Harvard? Look, Mr. Chandler, I told J.R. he should go for it. He can't risk that for me.
Adam: Well, he's doing it, anyway. He's determined to stay here in Pine Valley and win you back.
Laurie: That's not going to happen. I told you, we're over. I care about J.R., but there's no way he's going to crash and burn because of me.
Adam: You're very wise for someone your age.
Laurie: I really have to go.
Adam: And very smart. Which is why I have a proposition for you.
Laurie: Look, Mr. Chandler, I am totally out of J.R.'s life. I don't see how it's possible.
Adam: How would you like to go with him?
Adam: He doesn't want to really stay in Pine Valley, you know. He just wants to go wherever you are. So what if you go to Harvard?
Laurie: In my dreams.
Adam: It could be a reality.
Laurie: On what planet? I'm working two jobs and applying for scholarships just so I can afford P.V.U.
Adam: Well, that's where I came in. You get yourself accepted to Harvard, and I'll pay for your entire college education.
Bianca: Fusion has everyone's attention right now with a really cutting-edge poster campaign.
Erica: Well, our product speaks for itself, so we don't need any guerrilla advertising campaign stunts to get attention.
Bianca: But everybody is talking about Fusion. And Kendall and Greenlee are pulling off quite a coup, and I think we could use a lot of that edge.
Erica: I think we have an edge because we're Enchantment.
Bianca: Not in the 18-to-25 demo. I mean, if we're going to stay competitive, we -- we have to be in their face.
Erica: I am so tired of "in your face." But all right. You know what? You come up with some fantastically radical advertising campaign, you run it by me, and we'll go for it, okay?
Erica: Yes, Val? No, I didn't forget. Okay, my marketing director is waiting for me in the conference room.
Bianca: Oh, that's Mary from the New York office?
Bianca: Can I sit in on the meeting?
Erica: Oh, honey, you know, all we're going to talk about is the ad campaign for the anti-aging cream. Honey, that has nothing to do with your division, that's for sure. Bianca, would you wipe that lip color off?
Kendall: Michael -- I -- I -- I wasn't -- I didn't think I would see you again.
Michael: Oh, I thought I'd mentioned I was going to be in Pine Valley for business.
Kendall: Yes, you did.
Michael: Michael Kinsey.
Boyd: Boyd Larraby.
Michael: Hi there. Well, listen, I hope I'm not interrupting. I just wanted to say hello.
Kendall: No -- no, no, you're not interrupting at all. Actually, Boyd was just on his lunch break and it's -- it's over. Right?
Boyd: Yeah, Kendall's right. I've been away from the office long enough. It was nice meeting you.
Michael: You bet. You, too.
Boyd: I guess I'll be in touch.
Kendall: Okay. Sure.
Michael: Have a seat?
Michael: You sure made quick work of that fellow.
Kendall: Oh, Boyd? No, he's -- he's just a friend. A business associate, really.
Michael: Oh, really? I'm sure he feels the same way.
Kendall: So, you said you were here on business?
Michael: And I'm also pretty happy to have run into you.
Kendall: You don't just accidentally run into anyone.
Michael: What, you think I'm following you?
Kendall: Well, if you were, do you think I would mind?
Michael: So, is this a working lunch?
Kendall: Not anymore.
Michael: Hmm. You know, that looks good on you.
Michael: You're wearing your company's new lip color.
Kendall: Yes, I am.
Michael: It's very -- very inviting.
Kendall: Well, at least it's not green. We're saving the lizard lips for Halloween.
Michael: Yeah, well, you were a vision.
Kendall: I would rather you just forget that you ever saw that, please.
Michael: All right, all right. It's forgotten, it's forgotten.
Kendall: Thank you. Now could you please erase my morning?
Michael: Hmm. Busy day at work?
Kendall: Oh, yes -- Fusion, my mother. Just another day in the life.
Michael: Oh. Well, I was hoping you'd be free for dinner. How does your evening look?
Kendall: It's looking better and better.
Tommy: One spirulina with wheat grass, Echinacea smoothie.
Kendall: Oh. Thank you.
Tommy: Can I get something for you?
Michael: You know, I'll just watch.
Michael: Why do you do this to yourself?
Kendall: This is very good for you, I'll have you know.
Kendall: Yes, wheat grass is very healthy. Wheat grass is healthy -- spirulina is good for your heart. Echinacea's good for your immune system. This is all good for something.
Kendall: Why, does this goop gross you out?
Michael: Oh, no, you could pretty much bite the heads off live fish and I would be enchanted. Now -- ahem -- where were we? Hmm.
Laurie: You'd pay for me to go to school with J.R.?
Adam: Yes, yes, yes. Young lady, I've seen your transcripts. You have the grades and the S.A.T. scores to do it. Yeah, it's -- it's important for -- a young woman with your potential should get the best education possible. And I would be honored to provide it.
Laurie: I don't -- I don't think that's such a good idea.
Adam: I think it's a fantastic idea. I know you were concerned about ruining J.R.'s chances of getting into an ivy league school. Well, please don't ruin those chances for yourself.
Laurie: I -- I don't -- I don't know. I --
Adam: Well, I know, I know. Well, it's a difficult decision to make. But even for a girl as smart as you, I know you'll make the right decision.
Doug: Why is Chandler harassing you?
Laurie: He's not harassing me. It was about J.R.
Doug: Well, hasn't he heard? You and the boy are through. Huh? You better be, if you know what's good for you.
Laurie: Like you know what that is. You don't know anything about me anymore.
Doug: Well, I know you're better off without a rich kid putting crazy ideas in your head.
Laurie: Crazy like what? Getting a real education? Being successful?
Doug: That's what I want for you, too, Laurie. Why do you think I work my tail off for you here?
Laurie: Yeah, when you're not drunk or getting into fights. You know, you've never asked me once what my dreams are or told me that you're proud of me.
[School bell rings]
Doug: Oh, come on, Laurie. Of course I'm proud of you.
Doug: Yeah. I got to go back to work. We're going to talk about this tonight over dinner, all right? Excuse me.
Jamie: Hey, hey.
Jamie: You okay?
Laurie: You're not going to believe what just happened. Mr. Chandler wants to pay for me to go to Harvard.
Jamie: No way.
Laurie: I -- I know he's just doing it to get to J.R. I know that. But, oh, my God! How unreal is that? I can't get too excited. Mr. Chandler probably didn't mean a word of it.
Jamie: Are you kidding? Mr. Chandler never says anything he doesn't mean.
Laurie: So then it's true? Can you imagine me in Harvard? How wild is that? Mr. Chandler must be insane. But I could never accept it. I mean --
Jamie: If you don't take Mr. Chandler up on this offer, you're insane.
David: Tell me what you want me to do.
Anna: I want you to do the operation.
David: All right. Then I'll do it.
David: And I swear to you, I'm going to do everything I can to save our child.
Anna: Oh, you'll save her. I know you will. You'll save her.
Jamie: I think Mr. Chandler's a jerk, but you got to do this. I mean, who cares what Mr. Chandler's agenda is? I mean, you're going Ivy, girl.
Laurie: But what about J.R.? He's not going to be happy when he finds out what his dad is up to.
Jamie: Maybe for five minutes. But then, he'll -- hmm -- figure out that Boston is hundreds of miles away from his old man. And you'll be there, too.
Laurie: J.R. and I can be together.
Jamie: Who says dreams don't come true, huh? And if you need a little help getting him to see the light, I'm there.
Laurie: Jamie! You're the best.
Liza: Well, our tax situation is --
Adam: Ah, let the accountants play with that.
Liza: Your mood has improved.
Adam: A breath of fresh air can work wonders.
Liza: Hmm, it never makes you smug. What did you do?
Adam: A bit of exploring. What are you doing?
Liza: Well, if I don't get the truth, I'm going to have to call Lysistrata for an emergency session.
Adam: Oh, good God, no. No, please, please, please stop. Anything but that, my darling. Anything but that.
Adam: I made J.R.'s girlfriend an offer she couldn't refuse.
Boyd: Is it safe?
Bianca: Huh. Yeah, she's at a meeting.
Boyd: So did I get myself fired?
Bianca: I would say that you pushed the envelope.
Bianca: But Mom really appreciates honesty. And she certainly appreciates everything you do for the company.
Boyd: Well, at least Enchantment still loves me.
Bianca: You know, you're -- you're back sooner than I expected.
Bianca: You went after Kendall, didn't you?
Boyd: I did, but she seems to be going after someone else.
Kendall: I feel better already.
Michael: So, is it just that spirulacious glop that's giving you that beautiful glow?
Kendall: Why don't you try it and find out?
Michael: Maybe I will.
Kendall: I don't think you have the nerve.
Michael: Bartender, straw, please.
Kendall: Mm-hmm. You know, where I come from, they say that sharing a smoothie is a serious step in a relationship.
Kendall: Ahem -- excuse me.
Kendall: Are you sure you can handle it?
Michael: Well, I'll tell you -- I'm sure about one thing. I'll share this drink with you, but I could never share you.
Kendall: Oh, sorry.
David: Hi. You ready?
Anna: Don't keep us waiting.
David: I won’t.
Anna: I love you, no matter what.
Maggie: Hey. You take care of my baby cousin for me. I know you can do this.
David: Say a prayer or two, okay?
David: All right.
Maggie: I'll be in the waiting room.
David: Okay. Thanks.
Jake: I'm scrubbing in, if that's all right.
David: I'd be glad to have you, Jake.
Jake: Thanks. Listen, I'm sorry about pushing so hard earlier.
David: No, it's all right. It's okay.
Jake: That was the only way I could get the best doctor I could find. Good luck.
David: Dear God.
Janelle: If it won't freak you out, I'll scrub in, too.
David: I'd like that. Very much.
Janelle: Let's go.
Anesthesiologist: Okay, you're going to go to sleep now, Anna. Just count backwards from 10.
Anna: 10, nine, eight, seven, six, five --
anesthesiologist: She's all yours, Dr. Hayward.
David: Dr. Urjud?
Dr. Urjud: The fetal heart rate is slow but stable.
David: Dr. Pelosi, are we ready to proceed?
Dr. Pelosi: Let's make the incision.
David: Okay. Let's do it. Scalpel, please.
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Reggie: That chica right there wants you bad.
Chris: Any particular reason why you told Val to send me away?
Greenlee: I'm so on to you.
Kendall: And you are so out of here!
Jake: She's going to arrest!
David: I promised Anna that I would save the baby.
Jake: At what price?
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