AMC Transcript Friday 6/18/10

All My Children Transcript Friday 6/18/10


Episode #10398

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Jake: New York city, huh? Done like a professional.

Amanda: So am I.

Jake: Ahh. Well, it wasn't exactly the most relaxing honeymoon.

Amanda: But it was definitely the best.

Jake: Yes, it was the best. What was your favorite part? Oh, wait, wait, wait. Let me guess. The circle line? No. Tea at the plaza? No, wait. Oh, I know what you -- I know if you were to say it out loud, you would say it's when I joined the street performance that you liked. You were mortified, but secretively, you liked it.

Amanda: You want to know what my favorite part was?

Jake: I'm waiting.

Amanda: When I got you all to myself. I loved being alone with you in a city of millions.

Jake: That's a good answer! What an answer! All right, babe, are you hungry?

Amanda: Ohh, I really need caffeine immediately.

Jake: I think I have my wallet. I should make sure that I have money. Yes, I --

Amanda: What? Is that our -- our honeymoon key here? But I thought you checked out.

Jake: Yeah. No, I thought you checked out. Well, wait. If we didn't check out --

Amanda: So we still have the room?

Jake: We still have the room.

Tad: That's right! No point in having a store if you don't put it in the window.

Liza: Hi.

Tad: It's a terrific view, has been since you were 18.

Liza: I was just --

Tad: Yeah, yeah, I know what you were just. It's ok because the truth is I was doing the same thing.

Liza: Oh, yeah?

Tad: Yeah, yeah, yeah. This is my tenth attempt at trying not too hard -- a mustard stain on it. How am I doing?

Liza: You look fantastic.

Tad: So do you. Wow. You know, it's wild. We've known each other for how many years?

Liza: Why are you doing math right now? What's with the math? Stop with the math.

Tad: Because I just -- I think it's kind of fun. It's cool. It's cute -- the two of us acting like kids.

Damon: Look out, Trev. It's the tickle monster! Whoa, Trev. What you got there? Hey, that is a little r-rated for you, buddy. I know. Oh, yeah. Oh, dinosaur. Hmm. "Jurassic park."

[Doorbell rings]

Damon: Oh, hey, let's go. Oh. Well, saved by the bell, kid. Come on. Let's go. Oh, yeah. Oh, yum-yum-yum.


Damon: Ok, I'm coming, I'm coming. Oh, let's see who's out there. Oh, hi, Colby. Hi, Colby. Hey.

Colby: Hi! Hi, Trevor. Hi. You guys having fun?

Damon: Yeah. We're just hanging out.

Colby: So cute. Watching you with him, it's enough to make a girl start shopping for wedding dresses.

Damon: Heh heh.

Jesse: You're not hungry?

Angie: Hmm.

Jesse: You weren't hungry last night either.

Angie: Must be a bug.

Jesse: Bugs don't stick around that long. You know, you haven't been feeling right since that wedding.

Angie: It was just one dizzy spell -- completely unrelated.

Jesse: Dizziness? Nausea? Feeling tired all the time? Come on, baby. I'm not the only one connecting the dots here, am I?

Angie: Oh, my God. It's not possible, is it?

Jesse: I don't know. You're the doctor. You tell me.

[Colby hums "wedding march"]

Colby: Kidding. I swear.

Damon: Knew that.

Colby: Wedding dresses -- they have been on my mind, especially after Jake and Amanda's.

Damon: Have they?

Colby: Oh, yeah. It was beautiful. I guess all that hope -- it's contagious or something.

Damon: Ah-choo. It's contagious.

Colby: I don't want to get married tomorrow, but I would someday with somebody that -- heh. Ok. Um, you guys are playing with your toys, and I come in talking about romance and blah-blah-blah-blah-blah. I will let you play with your toys, and I -- I will sit and watch.

Damon: You're just gonna watch?

Colby: Yes. Nothing more adorable than a guy with a baby.

Damon: Want to go somewhere?

Colby: Oh, I thought we were gonna baby-sit.

Damon: I said I'd watch this kid for, like, 5 minutes. It's been, like, half an hour. Here. You want to hold him?

Colby: Sure. I --

Damon: Just get his neck. Yeah, ok. I'll tell opal he's up.

Colby: Ok.

Damon: Opal!

Colby: I think he's great, too.

Natalia: Do you need any help with that?

Brot: No. I'm just filing reports. Where's your uniform?

Natalia: Pretty soon this'll be it. I passed the detective's exam. All that's left is making it official. Ha ha ha!

Brot: Congrats.

Angie: Wait a minute. We are in our 40s. I think that might be a little kind of old to be having a baby.

Jesse: Yeah, but you know what they say in these days: 40s is the new 20.

Angie: Ohh. But, I mean, we -- I mean, we're not really looking to have more children, are we?

Jesse: Well, it wasn't exactly on my list of things to do. But if by some chance this happens --

Angie: Wait a minute. Jesse, you are way too busy. I'm too busy. I mean, most nights we are practically limping into bed.

Jesse: Most nights, not all nights.

Angie: I made the lamb.

Jesse: I opened the wine.

Angie: You brought flowers.

Jesse: And you wore that dress.

Angie: When was that?

Jesse: A month ago, give or take.

Angie: Oh, my God. Oh, my God! I -- look. I mean, if this was -- if this was really a possibility, a possibility, is it what we really want?

Jesse: Well, we are in our new 20s.

Angie: But our -- the careers.

Jesse: Vomit.

Angie: 2 A.M. Feedings.

Jesse: That turn into 4 A.M. Feedings, 6 A.M. Feedings. But I got to tell you, when I see us with a newborn baby, it just feels -- it feels good. I think about everything that I missed out on with Frankie. And then I think the next time I -- would you listen to me: "The next time." "If" there is a next time.

Angie: Yeah. Exactly. "If." But, I mean, Jesse, you are an incredible father. I mean, look at the way Natalia turned out.

Jesse: Yeah. Pretty great, huh? Most of the time. Did I tell you what she did? She went -- she went behind my back to the chief of detectives angling for this promotion.

Angie: Well, when she wants something, she goes for it. I mean, she's a lot like her father in that way.

Jesse: So, uh, I guess I better get going.

Angie: Yeah. Uh, me, too.

Jesse: So what do we do? What are we gonna do? What -- what are you gonna do?

Angie: I guess I take a test.

Jesse: A test. Whew. Ok. A test. You'll call me later?

Angie: Uh, yeah. My plate is full -- pretty full today, but I'll make the time.

Jesse: It's probably nothing, right?

Angie: Probably nothing.

Jesse: I'll go pay the bill.

Angie: Phew. Ohh.

[Music plays]

Tad: Listen, I hope you don't mind me opting for the whole lunch date thing. I thought we might want to dip our toe in, test the water a little bit before we just go for the cannonball.

Liza: Well, considering we drowned the last time, I think this is appropriate.

Tad: You know, you don't have to keep doing that, the whole --

Liza: What?

Tad: "We" thing. Because, like, I know I'm the one that pulled the plug on us. I'm ok living with that, and -- if you're ok with it.

Liza: No, come on. I definitely made my fair share of mistakes.

Tad: But you never lost faith in us, and I did, so that's why we're here. Please, let me make it up to you.

Liza: Does that mean you're buying lunch? Maybe I should order the porterhouse. Hmm.

Tad: So -- do we stand a chance? You know, do I stand a chance?

Liza: Considering the last time that we were here -- I caught the bouquet, you caught the garter thing.

Tad: You think we should ignore the fact that it was totally rigged?

Liza: Yeah, let's. Let's. Come on, with kismet like that?

Tad: Well, then I think it's kind of unique being here together, absolutely nothing standing in our way. Singer: Feel your body so near I'll never want to leave ya, this feeling makes it clearer

Amanda: Hey, you? Hey!

Jake: You rang?

Amanda: What are you doing? I'm getting lonely up here.

Jake: What do you mean? I just -- I can't seem to pull myself away from these legs.

Amanda: Ha ha ha! Get up here!

Jake: No. No. I have things I got to take care of first, ok?

Amanda: What? Oh, my God, Jake. If you tickle me, I swear I'll scream.

Jake: I'm not gonna tickle you. Do you trust me?

Amanda: No. Yes, I trust you.

Jake: Ok. Good. I'm not tickling you, but there are things I'm gonna have to do. Like, I have to manhandle your feet just a little bit.

Amanda: What? Why?

Jake: Because I have something special to do.

Amanda: No!

Jake: Yes. I have to count the list, and I need these things.

Amanda: What list?

Jake: I have a very important list of things that we have to handle, ok, that we have to accomplish in our lives. Now, we're gonna go through it together. You ready?

Amanda: No. That tickles!

Jake: Here we go. Trevor's first day of school right here. What?

Amanda: I already have his outfit picked out, by the way. Yes, I know. I have years, but --

Jake: Really? See? So that was important. This is us having more children right here.

Amanda: How many more children?

Jake: As many as you want. And this one --

Amanda: Ooh!

Jake: This is special. This is you doing really, really well as a model and really excelling even more than you have, and me doing well at the hospital. What? I'm not tickling you. Right? Now, this is birthdays, and proms, driver's tests and the licenses that come along with it. Driver's test -- oh. Our children getting married right here. Right? And this our children having children -- may we live to see the day. Hmm. I have more things. Do you have any more of these?

Amanda: No. I'm sorry. Stop!

Jake: What? What? We have so many things to look forward to. I just need to count.

Amanda: Ohh, I can't wait.

Jake: You can't wait for what?

Amanda: You want to know what else I can't wait for?

Jake: That's what I'm asking you.

Amanda: Like, really, truly will die if I don't get it. I can't wait for it.

Jake: Lay it on me.

Amanda: All right.

Colby: Think we should go over there?

Damon: No. I think we should let them have their privacy and hope that they think the same way.

Tad: Looks like we're not the only ones who decided to enjoy the day.

Liza: Guess not.

Tad: Liza, come on. Give it up. You're not still obsessing about that marriage comment, are you?

[Liza sighs]

Tad: Damon was just screwing with you.

Liza: Oh, great. That's wildly reassuring. Thanks.

Tad: No, it's good news. It means your daughter's not walking down the aisle anytime soon with Damon or anybody else. As far as he's concerned, marriage is the last thing on his mind.

Liza: Well, I can't say the same about Colby. Ok, so she's not ready to elope or anything, but, Tad, come on. She's talking about commitment.

Tad: Well, look at the bright side. It's a step up from talking about sleeping around.

Brot: I guess you won't have time for us lowly uniforms anymore.

Natalia: That's not true. You can still -- haa, haa -- shine my detective's badge.

Brot: Oh, that's cute. While you what, focus on world domination?

Natalia: Now you're getting it! But first, I'm gonna start with Pine Valley, work my way up in the ranks till I -- [Whispering] Unseat my father. Shh. [Normal voice] But I ain't gonna stay chief for long. Uh-uh. I'm moving on to local government. God knows we could use a change there.

Brot: Natalia, listen --

Natalia: I'm going to whup everything into shape, from sanitation to the mayor's office. And hold up. When I'm done, the citizens of Pine Valley will finally have a town that works!

Woman: Is that so?

Natalia: Mayor Blanco. I -- hi. I was just -- mayor Blanco: I heard what you were just, officer fowler. Actually, I'm here to see your father.

Brot: The chief stepped out.

Jesse: Actually, the chief just stepped back in. Mayor Blanco. Nice to see you. What can I do for you? Mayor Blanco: May we talk, in private?

Jesse: Absolutely. Right this way.

Brot: Boosh.

Natalia: Did that seriously just happen?

Brot: I tried to warn you.

Natalia: Dude, you should've told me.

Brot: You don't listen. You just do this.

[Natalia sighs]

Brot: It's your fault. Mayor Blanco: I couldn't help but notice your daughter wasn't wearing her uniform.

Jesse: Yeah, she's jumping the gun just a little, but she will be detective soon enough. Mayor Blanco: Oh. Promoting from within the family? Correct me if I'm wrong --

Jesse: Oh, I will. Mayor Blanco: But isn't that blatant nepotism?

Jesse: Natalia got the highest score on the detective's exam. I have absolutely no doubt in my mind that she will do an outstanding job. Mayor Blanco: Oh. Spoken like a doting father.

Jesse: Absolutely, and a pretty good chief of police. Actually, I thought you'd be pleased about her promotion. Mayor Blanco: Why would you think that?

Jesse: Because we're supposed to be fast-tracking women for these positions. You hate when things get -- what was the word you used?-Too "testosteroney" around here. Mayor Blanco: Uh-huh. Ohh. You believe in your daughter, don't you?

Jesse: Yes, I do. Very much. Mayor Blanco: Enough to stake your job on her?

Jesse: So what's this really about, mayor? Mayor Blanco: We need to have a conversation about your treatment of one of my most valued constituents.

Jesse: Oh, there it is: David Hayward.

Angie: Make sure to order a whole new shipment of sterile gowns and gloves. Nurse: Ok. Should I run that by Dr. Hayward first?

Angie: For what? Nurse: Well, he said he wanted approval on all orders --

Angie: I don't care what David said. If he has a problem with how I run this hospital, then he can take it up with me and not use my nurses as a go-between. Nurse: Ok. Anything else?

Angie: Yes. I need a workup done. It's a rush. Nurse: There's no name.

Angie: That's ok. Just get it back to me as soon as the lab is finished, ok? Tox screen, cholesterol -- oh, and a pregnancy test. Nurse: Right away.

[Lullaby plays] Jesse's voice: Oh -- is it music? Angie's voice: Yes, look at that, honey! Jesse's voice: Check that out, Frankie. You like it, huh?

Angie: It's all for you! I think he likes it.

Jesse: Yeah.

Angie: Jesse, thank you for making this the best Christmas of my life.

Jesse: Hey, you're the one that gave us the best gift we could ever ask for. Right, Frankie?

Angie: Well, I couldn't have done it without you.

Jesse: I guess not, huh? We're a class act, babe. And from now on, it's onward and upward. What's wrong, Frankie baby? Hey. Hey. Iris, you are the mayor of this town. Iris: Oh, get out of here.

Jesse: I'm sure you have more important things to worry about than checking up on me -- not that I don't enjoy these little visits. Iris: Well, that much is obvious.

Jesse: I've got everything under control. Iris: Well, I wish I could believe that chief Hubbard. No. Your decisions of late have been questionable at best. You played fast and loose with the rules of due process with a very prominent member of this community. I mean, David Hayward?

Jesse: Mix-ups often happen with paperwork. "Prominent" is not a word I would use for David Hayward. I don't care how much money he put into your campaign. Iris: And now you're backing officer fowler, who, I'm sorry to say, has proven to be a huge liability around here.

Jesse: My daughter is not a liability. Iris: Was she or was she not involved in a shooting on her very first day? Until recently, involved in a scandal surrounding some highly inappropriate photographs.

Jesse: Natalia is an excellent police officer. These "inappropriate photographs"- they never would've been anywhere near this station had it not been for a certain officer Clausen. We do remember this certain officer Clausen, do we, mayor? I believe you personally recommended him. I am a very proud father. I have every reason to be. If that doesn't work for you, you've got options. Iris: True, except your popularity with the city council ties my hands somewhat. Now, I may have to approach this from a very different angle.

Jesse: Which is? Iris: That promotion you've approved -- it's gonna cost money, especially at a time when we're all supposed to be tightening up our belts. I'm gonna be taking a very close look at this department's budget, chief Hubbard. Hmm. Very close.

Colby: This is crazy. They're, like, 5 feet away. We should at least go over and say -- and say hi.

Damon: Go for it.

Colby: No. You're coming with me.

Damon: Uh-uh. I'm not. No. Uh-uh. Uh-uh.

Colby: Ok. Yeah, my mom can be a little crazy at times. But, you know, after the wedding, I have been feeling -- I've been feeling optimistic.

Damon: Optimistic about what? You saw her after the wedding. Her head was spinning around like "exorcist" style. Agh!

Colby: Well, maybe she has it all chucked out of her system.

Damon: Ecch!

Colby: Come on, please? Please?

[Damon groans]

Damon: Ok.

Colby: Hi!

Liza: Hi!

Damon: Hi.

Colby: How's -- how's the lunch?

Tad: Yummy.

Liza: It's good.

Tad: How's yours?

Damon: Decent. Very decent.

Colby: Yeah. We have having a great time. Yep. Um --

Damon: Yep.

Colby: Oh. I have these pictures of you guys dancing at the wedding, and they are hilarious.

Liza: Oh.

Tad: "Hilarious"? By "hilarious," I assume you mean "suave"? "Debonair"? "Je ne sais quoi"?

Colby: No, no, no. "Hilarious" pretty much nails it.

Tad: Outstanding.

Colby: Check it out.

Tad: Oh, by all means, let the torture begin.

[Liza coughs]

[Damon razzes Tad]

Tad: Get away from there. Come on. Don't make me do this alone. Get around here.

Colby: Ok. So here is the first one. Ready?

Damon: Ooh.

Tad: That's not so bad.

Colby: Oh, no. Just you wait.

Tad: Gaa!

[Colby laughs]

Colby: Tad, what are you -- what are you doing here?

Tad: What do you mean, what am I doing? It's obvious. I'm dipping your mother. No, you're right. That's actually when I asked her to dip me.

Liza: Do you always have to ruin everything?

Damon: What did I do?

Liza: Just go, please?

Tad: I look like a dancing bear.

Damon: Guys, I have some pretty good shots in my phone, too. You want to see?

Colby: Yeah.

Damon: Here. Check it out.

Liza: Oh, gosh!

Colby: Mom?

Liza: Oh, wow! I'm so sorry!

Colby: Are you ok? Use this.

Liza: Yeah. You know, I'm good. I got a little on me there.

Colby: Here.

Liza: Oh, clumsy.

Tad: Whoa.

Damon: Good shot, huh?

Liza: What is it?

Damon: She looks pretty good.

Liza: What -- oh, Colby. You are adorable.

Tad: Liza, are you ok?

Liza: Me? I'm good. I'm good. I just --

Tad: Scratched yourself to death?

Liza: No. I think I'm gonna go take care of this in the bathroom.

Tad: Here. Let me give you a hand.

Liza: No, I'm good. Ahem. I'll see you later. [Coughs, wheezes] Get the hell away from me.

Damon: What's wrong with you?

Liza: I just -- I can't breathe. You're making me crazy. [Hyperventilates]

Damon: 1, 2, 3, 4 --

Liza: [Wheezes] What the hell? You almost killed me with that thing.

Damon: Can you breathe?

Liza: Yeah. Yeah.

Damon: You're welcome. Whew.

Liza: Why the hell do you have that?

Damon: I got peanut allergy really bad. I got to carry this around with me everywhere I go. What's your excuse?

Liza: I'm allergic to lobster, but I -- oh, God, the quiche.

Damon: That would probably the special lobster quiche.

Liza: So, what, that's you're thing? You just go around stabbing people with needles?

Damon: Wow. Your thank-yous really blow. You know that?

Liza: How did you even know to --

Damon: I saw you getting all hot and bothered out there. I recognized the symptoms. It's a good thing, because you obviously didn't. Huh. We should probably get you out of here.

Liza: Damon, I'm sorry that I was so -- thank you.

Damon: You're welcome. Can you walk?

Liza: Mm-hmm. Yeah. I'm good. Ahem.

Damon: Let's go.

Tad: You know, your mom told me what you said.

Colby: Hmm. Of course she did.

Tad: She said you used the "c" word about Damon. "Commitment." The word you're looking for is "commitment."

Colby: All I said is I wanted somebody in my life who wouldn't take off on me. What is wrong with that?

Tad: Not a thing. But just, you know, try not to forget you are young. You got a lot of time ahead of you. You should just try to have fun. You know, you don't have to impress anybody. Hey.

Liza: I'm good. Hey. Thanks.

Damon: "Thanks." There.

Tad: What happened to you?

Colby: Mom, are you ok?

Liza: Yeah. I -- ahem. There's apparently some lobster in that quiche, and I just had a little bit of an allergic reaction.

Colby: Did you find her passed out?

Liza: No, no, no. He got to me, thank God, before. He had an epipen pen on him.

Damon: Peanuts.

Liza: Yeah. And, um, that was that.

Tad: In a nutshell.

Damon: I told her that we should go to the hospital.

Tad: And, you know, you're right.

Liza: No, Tad, I'm fine.

Tad: And I'm thrilled to hear it. Really, I'm happy, but do me a favor? I'd like to hear it from somebody who knows what they're talking about. Come on.

Amanda: I guess this is good-bye.

Jake: Yeah. Well, just for now.

Amanda: Hmm. Ohh.

Jake: What is it?

Amanda: I just got really hot all of a sudden.

Jake: Really? Are you ok?

Amanda: Yeah. No, I think I just feel like -- weak in the knees.

Jake: Weak in the knees, huh?

Amanda: Yeah. I feel really sick, definitely too sick to make it to the elevator.

Jake: Holy cow. You might need an examination, a full-body examination.

Amanda: You know any available doctors?

Jake: That is so funny and weird -- I'm a doctor. Oh, yeah.

[Amanda squeals] Nurse: That blood work you wanted.

Angie: Oh. That was fast.

Angie: Oh. Back from your honeymoon, Dr. Martin?

Jake: Yes.

Angie: Or are you?

Jake: No -- yeah, back. Definitely back.

Amanda: We were just saying good-bye.

Angie: Oh. Of course.

Jake: Yeah. Bye.

Amanda: Bye.

Angie: Bye.

Natalia: I'm so -- I'm so sorry.

Jesse: Why? It's not your fault that our fine mayor is resistant to my charms. Come on. David Hayward has that woman so deep in his back pocket, I can't -- he practically financed her entire campaign, all right? So --

Natalia: Well, maybe this isn't the best time for my promotion.

Jesse: You're kidding me, right? Your promotion to detective? The promotion you've been yelling about since you joined the force?

Natalia: I'm just saying it can wait.

Jesse: And I'm just saying no, it can't. Natalia, I watched you bust your ass to get where you are.

[Knock on door]

Brot: Chief?

Jesse: What is it, Monroe?

Brot: Uh, I couldn't help but overhear.

Jesse: Yeah, you and the rest of the precinct. Well.

Brot: Well, I was just wondering, would it make a big difference, you know, with the budget stuff, if I took a leave of absence?

Jesse: What -- what?

Brot: I mean, it wouldn't be forever. I mean, I can, you know, drum up some speeches --

Jesse: Nobody is giving anything up around here. Ok? Natalie: But mayor Blanco did say --

Jesse: Let me deal with mayor Blanco and her budget crisis. Ok? The department is fine. I am fine. You two need to focus on one thing, and one thing only, the second you walk through those doors -- that is serving your public. Got it? Let me deal with the rest. Ok?

[Phone rings]

Jesse: Go to work!

Natalia: Yes, sir.


[Door closes]

Jesse: Hey, baby. How you feeling?

Angie: I got the test results.

Jesse: And?

Jesse: You disappointed?

Angie: No. No. I mean, you know, a baby wasn't even on our radar a couple of hours ago. So it just means back to life as usual.

Jesse: Which ain't too bad. Right, baby?

Angie: Baby, of course not. Look, I love our life. I mean, we have each other, 3 wonderful children.

Jesse: Yeah. So I guess we just settle for being grandparents.

Angie: Yeah. So I think maybe you should tell Randi and that son of ours to get on it. So you're ok?

Jesse: Yeah. Well, I mean, I am. I'm not -- I'm not real sure about you.

Angie: I just told you I'm fine.

Jesse: Well, about this, yeah. But what about the symptoms? I mean, if you're not pregnant, what was causing them?

Angie: Baby, look, I'm just a little run down. That's all.

Jesse: "Run down"? Angela, how long have I known you? I've never known you to be run down.

Angie: Well, there's a first time for everything. Look, I think we've done enough overreacting for one day. Don't you think?

Jesse: All right. All right. Um, see you at home?

Angie: I'll be there.

Jesse: Angela?

Angie: Yeah?

Jesse: I love you.

Angie: I love you more.

Tad: Angela? Liza had an allergic reaction. We think it's from lobster.

Angie: Get her into cubicle 2. Nurse: Ok. Follow me.

Natalia: Everything ok?

Jesse: Yeah. Why? What -- everything ok with you?

Natalia: I still feel horrible about what happened with the mayor.

Jesse: Would you let that go already?

Natalia: I can't. Look, she said the issue's with the budget or whatever, but we both know that her issue is with me.

Jesse: Yeah, well, you're wrong. The mayor still has her drawers all up in a bunch because I kept David from being arraigned. She is the most aggravating woman I know, but she's not stupid. She knows who butters her bread. Ok? Your promotion, those pictures -- smoke. Just smoke. Trust me.

Natalia: You're sure?

Jesse: I'm sure.

Natalia: I don't want to be an embarrassment to you.

Jesse: Are you kid -- an embarrassment? I ought to -- I am so proud of you. Come here. You are the most incredible daughter.

Natalia: You mean when I'm not making you crazy?

Jesse: When you're not making me crazy.

[Natalia laughs]

Natalia: Hey, what's that? I saw you walk in here with it.

Jesse: Yeah. Heh heh. Something I picked up for the toy drive. Toss it in with the rest, would you?

Jake: She's gonna be fine. Set up an I.V. I need 125 of methyl prednisolone and 100 of saline. And set her up for back-to-back nebs. Allergies -- they're a bitch. They start to swell up. It gets ugly. You can't speak, you can't talk, but you had an epipen with you?

Colby: Damon did. He saved my mom's life.

Natalia: Shift almost done?

Brot: Yeah. What about yours?

Natalia: Yeah. You want to, I don't know, go do something?

Brot: Aw. You already miss your partner.

Natalia: Is that a yes or a no?

Brot: I mean, every time I asked you to hang out after work before, you busted me for being inappropriate. I mean, what is this? A promotion changed things now?

Natalia: Yeah. It means my treat, rookie. Let's go.

Brot: All right.

Natalia: Ha ha ha!

Angie: We need to keep you here for at least another 4 hours for observation.

Liza: 4 hours?

Angie: Liza, you were sick enough to need medication, which means that we need to keep a close eye on you just in case you rebound to the epi.

Liza: Jake?

Jake: Don't look at me. I wanted to set you up with another I.V. Of diphenhydramine just in case. Don't worry about it. We're gonna get you out of here as soon as we can. Ok?

Liza: Hmm. Yeah.

Jake: What'd I miss around this joint?

Angie: We've been swamped.

Jake: All right. So put me to work.

Angie: I need a consent on that rivers kid. And I think that I want to keep Mr. Davis in ICU for one more night. I just have this feeling about him. I think I'm gonna --

Jake: Angie? Are you ok?

Angie: I'm sorry, Jake. You know what? I completely forgot about, um, the staffing issue. I need to take care of this. Um, if you see Dr. Holt, will you tell him that I need to speak with him ASAP about his hours?

Liza: I guess I owe you one.

Damon: Just one?

Liza: Well, that was some date, huh?

Tad: You do have a way of keeping things interesting, I'll give you that much.

Liza: A little too interesting, if you ask me.

Tad: No. Never.

Liza: Ohh.

Colby: After everything she has done to you and said to you, I -- I can't believe you'd step up like that.

Damon: Hey, your mom can make me pretty crazy, but I'm not gonna let her croak.

Colby: You're amazing. No, you really are. You're amazing.

Damon: I'm not. Don't be so --

Colby: That's why I love you.

Jake: Ang?

Angie: Yeah?

Jake: You forgot your file.

Angie: Oh. Thank you. Something else I can help you with?

Jake: Yeah. You can just tell me why you're lying to me.

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