AMC Transcript Friday 1/28/11

All My Children Transcript Friday 1/28/11

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Episode #10546

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Kendall: I can't find my keys.

Cara: Oh. Here, roomie.

Kendall: Thanks.

Cara: Where are you going?

Kendall: It's my first day back at Fusion. I can't walk.

Cara: You do have that appointment with Griff, though?

Kendall: Yeah. I will stop at the hospital on my way.

Cara: Ok. How you feeling?

Kendall: Good. Yeah.

Cara: Ok. No heart palpitations? Shortness of breath? Weakness?

Kendall: Just first-day jitters. I just want to get to the office and dive in.

Cara: Ok -- after your checkup.

Kendall: After my checkup. Got it.

Cara: All right. Have fun, ok?

Kendall: Thank you. I will. I can do this. Everything will be ok.

Jake: Anemia. Uh-uh-uh.

David: Yep, that's right. Still think I faked the test results?

Jake: It's not impossible.

David: As brilliant as I am, I'm still chained to this bed. Ergo, the results are legitimate.

Jake: Do you know what I'm thinking? Let's take all the tests again.

David: And why would you want to do that, Doctor? So you can tamper with them? Make it look as if I'm fit enough to go to prison even if it kills me?

Griffin: You wouldn't do that, would you?

Greenlee: Is this for me?

Ryan: Yes, it's for you. I hope you're hungry.

Greenlee: I'm starving, but I can't be late.

Ryan: No, this is Kendall's first day back. You need your strength, ok? I want you to eat.

Greenlee: I don't know who's more excited, Kendall or me.

Ryan: I thought maybe I'd meet you for lunch, and then at dinner, maybe we'd go to the club and have a nice --

Greenlee: Wait a minute. Slow down. What's with all the plans?

Ryan: Nothing. I just thought we should have our fun before we're an official married couple. That's all.

Greenlee: Or you're trying to keep my mind off David avoiding prison.

Ryan: David is going to prison, whether he likes it or not.

Greenlee: Somebody has a plan.

Ryan: You just focus on your yogurt, ok, and eating a good breakfast -- and Fusion.

Greenlee: Hmm. Sounds like a good one. But whatever it is, I want to help. I mean it, Ryan. If you have a way to get David out of that hospital bed and into prison, I want in.

Ryan: No plan -- yet.

Greenlee: I knew it. I knew it. There is no way that you would sit back and do nothing.

Ryan: I will let you know.

Greenlee: Tell me now, or I'll torture it out of you.

Ryan: As tempting as that sounds, you just drink your coffee, ok?

Greenlee: Don't change the subject.

Ryan: Fine. My plan for today is to get my bride-to-be the perfect wedding gift.

David: Dr. Castillo, you came in here just in time to be my witness. I believe Dr. Martin here might be planning to tamper with my test results.

Jake: Dr. Castillo, you are more than welcome to watch me retake Dr. Hayward's blood tests.

Griffin: I don't think that's necessary. Dr. Martin has an excellent reputation.

Jake: Dr. Martin does have an excellent reputation. I just read that in the men's room. It's on the wall.

Griffin: I believe he'll make the right decision.

Jake: Thank you. That's very sweet of you.

David: I know you're new around here, but let me fill you in on a not-such-a-big secret. This man hates my guts.

Griffin: From what I hear, he has good reason.

Jake: You know what's not such a big secret? I'm still in the room, Dave. I can hear everything you're saying.

David: Are you really siding with him?

Griffin: Our job is to get you better as soon as possible.

David: Even if it means I go to prison?

Griffin: As soon as you get healthy, that's out of our hands.

Jake: Dave, I'd start hoarding my pudding if I were you, because compared to the state pen, the food around here is five-star. I'm out.

David: I really could've used some support there, you know. The results are legit. There's no reason to retest me.

Griffin: It's Jake's call. Look, I don't want to see you go to prison. If I had it my way, I'd have you back on staff doing what you do best.

David: Really? Then why don't you help me out here? Let me prove you wrong.

Griffin: I respect you, but I respect what you taught me more: Don't get emotionally involved with a patient. No Kendall. Why am I not surprised?

Kendall: You can do this. You are the best at this. There is nobody better than you.

Greenlee: Kendall.

Kendall: I'm back.

Natalia: Hey, what you saying? Ohh. I cannot believe -- I can't believe I put this off for so long. God, and I was so nervous. But this is so much fun. Heh heh heh! And you, you're the best.

Brot: I'm your only.

Natalia: Yeah. It still makes you the best.

Brot: You inspired me. But, unfortunately, we have to clock in for our shift soon, so we should probably get moving.

Natalia: Right.

Tad: So the herbal tea is from Mama, the audio book is from Krystal, and check this out. This one's from me: Sudoku. Ha ha! Look. It's even in Braille. You need a fun fact? Sudoku was created by a blind mathematician in the 18th century. It says so right there. Angela still does this, right?

Jesse: Yeah. She can't start a day without one.

Tad: Awesome. Oh. Last but not least, her favorite chocolate.

Jesse: Oh, yeah! Nice!

Tad: What the hell you doing? She's on bed rest, not you. Get your own damn chocolate.

Jesse: Don't be hating. Come on, man. Let me have one chocolate.

Tad: One. What the hell. Give me one of those. How is she, anyway?

Jesse: You know her. She barely likes to sit down. Having been ordered to bed rest is driving her nuts. You all right? But she knows what's best for the baby, so she's doing it.

Tad: Good on her.

Jesse: Mm-hmm. How you doing?

Tad: Fine. I'm ok. Great.

Jesse: Except you miss the hell out of your boy, huh?

Tad: Give me another damn chocolate.

Jesse: Yeah, long distance sucks. I just got back from seeing Angela, and I want to hop on the next jet out.

Tad: Yeah. At least she's got Cassandra.

Jesse: There are some people I could just drop-kick across the big pond.

Tad: Who's the suit?

Jesse: The new commissioner, mayor's hired gun. He's out for me.

Tad: Lovely.

Commissioner: Chief Hubbard.

Jesse: Commissioner Bennet.

Tad: I'll go replace the chocolate.

Jesse: Hmm. What can I do for you, commissioner?

Comm. Bennet: I had an interesting talk with the mayor.

Jesse: She's good for that sometimes.

Comm. Bennet: Are you aware that your daughter and Officer Monroe are, once again, flouting city policy in a hotel room?

Jesse: And you're having them followed? You've got nothing better to do?

Comm. Bennet: You were supposed to handle this.

Jesse: So let me handle it. And back off my officers, please?

Comm. Bennet: "Officer," singular, because you're going to fire one of them.

Jesse: Commissioner.

Comm. Bennet: You know that's the policy. So who's it going to be? Officer Monroe or Detective Fowler?

Jesse: Commissioner Bennet, the mayor is out after me. Right? We know that. Back off my officers, please. Come on.

Comm. Bennett: You have until the end of business tomorrow. One of them goes, or you do.

Jesse: Sit down, both of you, please.

Natalia: Ahem.

Jesse: That was me trying to call in a favor from Councilman Hurren.

Natalia: What's Mayor Blanco doing to you this time?

Jesse: Actually, not me, you -- and you.

Brot: Is this about us seeing each other?

Jesse: Did you two spend the morning in a hotel room? Yeah. The mayor's poodle couldn't wait to tell me all about it -- Commissioner Bennet!

Brot: Sorry, Chief.

Natalia: Ohh. It was my idea.

Jesse: Hey. Yeah, he is mayor's hired gun. He wants me to fire one of you.

Natalia: He can't do that.

Jesse: Don't sweat it. It's not gonna happen. You are two of my best, and I still have a long list of favors to call in.

Natalia: I'm so sorry to put you in this position.

Jesse: Shut it. You have finally found one hell of a man. And I don't have to tell you what you found, do I?

Brot: No, sir, you don't.

Jesse: Don't do that here! What, are you stupid? Look, I support you 100% on and off duty, but come on! I'll make this work somehow.

Natalia: But you could get squeezed out.

Jesse: I will make this work somehow. Go do something. Let me handle this. Now!

Tad: Sounds serious.

Jake: Tad, I have a drug problem.

Tad: Jake.

Jake: No, not me. I got a problem with drugs, and prescriptions are going missing, and somebody is obviously helping himself.

Tad: Or herself.

Jake: Yes, or herself. I talked to Angie. She wants me to deal with this internally because, apparently, the hospital is dealing with sort of a fallout since Hayward was in control. So she wants this whole thing sort of --

Tad: Oh. You're hiring me?

Jake: I called the best P.I. in the business -- and since he wasn't available, you're gonna have to do. I don't know if the whole undercover thing is gonna work out because everybody knows this face. Everybody knows what brother got the looks, so we'd have to do it aboveboard and sort of out in the open. Are you ok with that?

Tad: I don't know. Besides the insults, have you got someplace for me to start?

Jake: Yes, I do. I got this from Human Resources, right? This is the supply manager. His name is Alex Mopley or Mopely or whatever. I don't know if he's guilty. I'm not saying that. I'm just figuring it's a good place to start.

Tad: Ok. I'm on it.

Jake: Good. You need to bring in somebody else?

Tad: No. You know me. I like to work alone.

Jake: Yes, I've always known that about you.

Tad: So let me ask about Hayward.

Jake: Yes, Hayward. I have never wanted somebody to get better faster in my whole life.

Cara: Hey. Here you go. Morning.

Griffin: Good morning.

Cara: How did Kendall's checkup go?

Griffin: She never showed.

Cara: Wow. Because I spoke to her this morning. She said she was on her way over here. So she must've gone straight to the office, then, huh? Hmm.

Griffin: You didn't encourage her to --

Cara: No. Of course not.

Griffin: Because you have this whole "no one tells me what to do" kind of thing going.

Cara: For me, but not when it comes to somebody else's life. You know this. Come on.

Griffin: I've had women fake heart conditions to be examined by me. Now I have this woman who has a real heart condition, and I can't even get her to come in for an exam.

Cara: It's a major blow to the ego.

Griffin: My ego can take it, but her heart -- I don't know what's up with Kendall, but if she has a death wish, I'm not gonna be the doctor of record.

Cara: Hmm. If I didn't know any better, I'd say that you actually care about her.

Griffin: I don't like wasting my time.

Ryan: I'm sorry to interrupt. Is it true that Hayward is not going to prison because of some kind of health issue?

Griffin: It's not my call. You have to ask Dr. Martin.

Ryan: Ok. Thank you.

David: Lavery. Don't you want to welcome me back to the land of the living?

Ryan: Why not?

Greenlee: You totally screwed up your big welcome by showing up early.

Kendall: I said I didn't want anyone making a big deal about me being back.

Greenlee: I know what you said, but it is a big deal.

Kendall: Yeah.

Greenlee: So I thought you had a doctor's appointment.

Kendall: Like I said, I couldn't wait to be here.

Greenlee: Neither could I. It's a big day. We got back-to-back meetings with new suppliers, the designer for the new line. I could cover the meetings if you're, you know --

Kendall: I'm not up to it?

Greenlee: No. Of course, you're up to it. You wouldn't be here if you weren't up to it, right?

Kendall: Right.

Greenlee: So, good. I'll get you the files, get you up to speed. Fusion is not where I'd like it to be. We really took some hits in the last couple of quarters.

Kendall: We'll bring her back. We've done it before.

Greenlee: Yeah, we have. I'm really, really, really glad that you're back.

Kendall: It feels good. It feels great, actually. Ahh. Actually, you know what? I'm gonna get some coffee.

Greenlee: You sit. I'll get it.

Kendall: Greenlee --

Greenlee: I'm going back there anyway.

Kendall: I know what you're doing.

Greenlee: What? Getting my partner some coffee?

Kendall: No. You're watching my every move. You're waiting for some clue or some sign that something's wrong, that I'm not ready to be here.

Greenlee: That's not what I'm doing.

Kendall: Yes, it is.

Greenlee: Ok. I'm sorry. It's just that the last time you came back to work, it was tense. I want you to know how glad I am that you're back. This is our company. I want us to run it together.

Kendall: Yes, that's what I want. It is. But all I'm asking for is no hovering. Ok? If you hover, people will notice. They'll think something is wrong with me. They'll start whispering behind my back and tiptoeing around me, questioning my decisions. If this is going to work at all, I need to know that everyone has complete confidence in my ability to do my job.

Greenlee: We know.

Kendall: Ok. Sorry. I know that I can vent all over you, and you understand.

Greenlee: I'll take that as a compliment. And next time, I'll wear Kevlar.

Kendall: Ok. You can get me that coffee now.

Greenlee: Get it yourself.

Randi: What are you doing here?

Kendall: I work here.

Randi: I know, but I was supposed to have this up before you got in. Welcome back.

Kendall: Aw, thank you.

Madison: I hope you're hungry for cupcakes.

Kendall: Always. Yes. Are you kidding me? Look at this.

Greenlee: Hi. I need to speak to a Dr. Griffin Castillo.

Brot: Damn.

Natalia: I know my dad. He's not gonna fire either of us. Blanco will take him out instead, which is exactly what she wants.

Brot: Yeah. Here's the deal. The mayor can throw everything she's got, but she's not gonna mess us up. I waited too long for this, for you, and I'm not gonna let anyone hurt you, Natalia. I love you.

Natalia: I love you, too.

Detective: Fowler? Some uniforms cornered your favorite pusher behind the high school.

Natalia: Let's go get this lowlife. Let's do it.

Greenlee: These are last quarter's numbers, which we all know weren't great, and this quarter's projections factoring in the new launch.

Kendall: Hmm.

Greenlee: What?

Kendall: Well, it looks kind of optimistic, given what we're digging out of.

Greenlee: We can hit the target.

Kendall: Ok. It'll take aggressive marketing, which lowers the profit margin.

Greenlee: It's a good thing we're aggressive.

Griffin: There she is.

Kendall: Excuse me. What are you doing here?

Griffin: It's a nice place. You have anything for dark circles?

Kendall: We're in the middle of something.

Griffin: You're supposed to be in the middle of something with me.

Kendall: I'll stop by later.

Griffin: Now is good.

Kendall: Later. Excuse me. Sorry. Ok. Where were we?

Randi: Who is that?

Kendall: Nobody.

Randi: A very hot "nobody."

Madison: Kendall's heart doctor.

Kendall: All right. Ok. So, marketing -- aggressive does mean expensive.

Greenlee: No, I don't think it has to be. We can go guerilla like the old days with Simone, with a twist.

Kendall: Viral?

Greenlee: Exactly. We blanket all the social-networking outlets.

Randi: He's still here.

Kendall: Don't look at him. Ok. You know what we could do? E-mail blasts. We could hook up with other sites. It could work. What? What? Excuse me.

Griffin: Ahem.

Kendall: I am trying to do my job here.

Griffin: So am I. So you have two choices. You either come back to the hospital with me, or you take off your clothes, and I examine you right here.

Madison: Kendall really likes the idea of a virtual campaign.

Greenlee: Why don't you let Kendall speak for herself?

Madison: We discussed it last week.

Greenlee: Well, "we" haven't.

Randi: Ok. How is this gonna work?

Greenlee: How's what gonna work?

Randi: Madison is having your fiancÚ's baby. Are we all ok with that?

David: I'm kind of surprised you haven't stopped by to see me sooner.

Ryan: It's been on my mind, it really has, but I've been busy with the wedding and the honeymoon.

David: Ah. The wedding. So did you get my present?

Ryan: We dealt with it.

David: In other words, it's in pieces.

Ryan: No, we didn't even open it, Hayward. Besides, the best present you could give Greenlee is just to disappear -- preferably before the wedding.

David: You set a date, huh?

Ryan: Valentine's Day.

David: Wow. Tempting fate.

Ryan: Setting things right.

David: I guess we'll just have to wait and see if this marriage lasts longer than the last time you dragged Greenlee down the aisle.

Ryan: I wanted to thank you for signing off on the divorce so easily. Greenlee really appreciated it.

David: I would do anything for her. You know that.

Ryan: Yeah, like going to prison. Look, we're getting married, right, so this is like a fresh start for everybody.

David: Kind of like a fresh chance for you to hurt Greenlee all over again, right?

Ryan: Do me a favor. When they slam that prison door in your face, don't call Greenlee. Ok? Don't write her, nothing like that. What you got to do, make some new friends while you're there, because you're about to become nothing but a bad memory, Hayward.

[Phone rings]

Ryan: Excuse me. I got to take this. But I wanted to say love the new jewelry. Hello? Yes, this is David Hayward. Are we all set?

Kendall: What the hell are you doing?

Griffin: When I took you back as my patient, I was real clear. You play by my way, or you go find yourself a new doctor.

Kendall: I'm standing. I'm breathing. I'm fine.

Griffin: You weren't supposed to return to work without medical clearance.

Kendall: So clear me already so I can get back to my meeting.

Griffin: If you're so healthy, why didn't you show up for your appointment this morning? Were you afraid I was gonna find something?

Kendall: I forgot.

Griffin: Lies with a smile. That's a bad symptom right there.

Kendall: You talk to your sister?

Griffin: Yeah. She got a kick out of you blowing me off. Me? Not so much.

Kendall: All right. Look, you're gonna check my heart, you're gonna check my blood pressure, then you're gonna tell me that I'm fine. So why waste the time?

Griffin: Because you're a transplant patient whose heart has been compromised.

Kendall: Broken. It's been broken. And this is how I fix it. I will grieve my husband every day for the rest of my life, but I need to live again, and that means taking care of my boys and going to work. This place means more to me than you will ever know.

Griffin: I'm all for you getting back to an active life.

Kendall: Then don't undermine me.

Griffin: Then play by the rules.

Kendall: Don't you get it? They are all watching me. They are waiting for me to crack and collapse into a puddle like I'm some kind of an invalid. And nothing pisses me off more than being treated like I'm going to break.

Griffin: I'm not doing that.

Kendall: Yes, you are. You show up here. You're ready to bust out with our stethoscope and drag me back to the hospital. Do you have any idea what that looks like to my employees? Like I've only been here a couple of hours and already I can't hack it.

Griffin: I think they would understand if you're not ready to go back.

Kendall: I want their respect. I need it. You could put all the stents and Band-Aids on my heart that you want. But this, being here, is the only way to fix what's wrong with me, step one on the way to whatever a normal life is. Please, please don't take that away from me.

Griffin: I want to make sure you get to step two.

Kendall: Then leave, please. Just give me this morning, this day.

Greenlee: Madison and I have an understanding. Don't we?

Madison: We do.

Greenlee: The baby is a nonissue here or anywhere else. Right?

Madison: Total nonissue.

Greenlee: Right. That's why we're keeping it quiet. Satisfied? Hmm. Don't take too long getting there.

Randi: "Nonissue?" Who are you kidding? A couple of months from now, Greenlee will be bumping into that big belly of yours every single time she makes a move in here. You don't think that she just might be bothered by the fact that her husband is that baby's father?

Madison: As long as Ryan doesn't know, it's gonna be fine.

Randi: You know what? Give me that cupcake, because whatever sugar high you're on, I need some of that.

Greenlee: Ryan?

Ryan: Hey. How's the most beautiful bride-to-be in the world?

Greenlee: Thinking about you.

Ryan: I am actually kind of working on that perfect wedding present.

Greenlee: And that plan for David?

Ryan: I'm just gonna say you're gonna be very, very happy. Ok? That's all I'm gonna say. How's Kendall? How's the reentry going?

Greenlee: Tricky. But it's really good to have her here. I just hope it's not too soon. Can you come by later today?

Ryan: I will do my best. Ok? I love you.

Greenlee: I love you.

Jake: Ok. I filled your dance card.

David: You shouldn't even be at the party.

Jake: The thing is, Dave, I've always known that you're abnormal. But as it turns out, your red blood cell count -- that's also abnormal, which means only one of two things. Either, "A," losing blood cells, or, "B," you're not producing enough blood cells -- either of which, not good. We don't want you to lose your reservation at the state pen, so I will try to fix you. I got a couple of things scheduled for you here. We got a retic count, a serum iron count, and the slightly painful peripheral smear count. How are you with a lot of needles?

David: I can handle a few jabs.

Jake: Good, because immediately following that, I got your colonoscopy scheduled.

David: What are you talking about?

Jake: The best thing is not to think about it. You push it away.

David: I am not gonna allow this!

Jake: It's gonna be ok because with some drugs, you will hardly feel anything -- if I remember to give you the drugs.

Tad: I'm starting a drug wholesaling company, and you're the man at Pine Valley Hospital. So I thought I'd come straight to you.

Alex: I'm not really "the man."

Tad: Come on. You are the supply manager for all drug purchases. So I'm hoping I can convince you to bring P.V.H.'s account over to my company.

Alex: It's a big business to take on.

Tad: Yeah. My father always said, "Go big or go home." I'm sure you remember him, Dr. Joseph Martin.

Alex: And Dr. Jake martin's your brother, acting chief of staff. Maybe you should go to him with this.

Tad: No, no. I'd like to think I can get your account because of my merit, not my name, and I think I got some pretty good ideas just how to do that.

Cara: Hi. If it isn't Thaddeus Martin. Hello.

Alex: Hi.

Cara: So, work any good cases lately?

Alex: "Cases?" What kind of cases do you work?

Tad: Um, I used to enjoy life as a private investigator. That is, until Dr. Castillo here walked through my door. See, she hired me, didn't like what I found, and then fired me, consequently revoked my license.

Cara: You deserved it.

Tad: What do you mean, deserved it? You're the one who couldn't handle the truth.

Cara: Ha! I hired you to find out if my boyfriend was cheating on me.

Tad: And I did -- he was.

Cara: You took photos.

Tad: That's called proof.

Cara: You sent them to my work.

Tad: Mistakes happen.

Cara: I was humiliated.

Tad: Why? You weren't the one in the photos.

Cara: You deserved to lose your license, because you're the worst private dick in the history of private dicks.

Tad: If you don't mind, I prefer "P.I."

Cara: Really doesn't matter because you aren't one anymore.

Tad: No, that's true. I'm not, you know? So if you'll excuse me, I'm in the middle of a business meeting. I'd like to try to get another business on its feet.

Cara: I hope you're a better businessman than you were a P.I.

Alex: I should be getting back to the hospital. Give me a call. We'll talk.

Tad: I'll do that. I'm really so sorry for the interruption.

Alex: No problem.

Tad: How's tricks?

Cara: Hi. So tell me, you and the supply manager from the hospital. Is this about the drug situation?

Tad: What would you know about the drug situation?

Cara: Rumors. They're true, aren't they? Jake hired you to nail a thief.

Tad: That's privileged information. For all I know, you're the drug thief.

Cara: What? I just saved your ass.

Tad: After hanging it out to dry. Are you kidding? It's a good thing I'm quick on my feet.

Cara: And I know how to keep up.

Tad: Yeah, you were pretty good. I almost believed you hated my guts, thank God.

Cara: I actually haven't had that much fun in a really long time.

Tad: Then you got to get out more. But you're a fairly believable liar.

Cara: Sadly, I've had a lot of practice.

Brot: Natalia just called. She's bringing in that pusher.

Jesse: That's what she does. That's my girl. She's great at it.

Brot: That's exactly why you're gonna keep her on the force and fire me.

Kendall: Please tell me you understand how much this means to me.

Griffin: I do understand. If someone was keeping me away from my work, I'd be a huge pain in the ass, too.

Kendall: Excuse me?

Griffin: But that doesn't take away the fact that you're putting yourself at a huge risk.

[Phone chimes]

Griffin: I got to go. But you're in my office first thing in the morning, or I'm bringing my EKG machine, and I'm placing it right over there.

Kendall: Ok. All right.

Griffin: I'm serious, Kendall. This is your last chance.

Kendall: You called him and ratted me out. Thank you so much, partner.

Greenlee: I did, and I'll put him on speed dial if I have to.

Kendall: Why can't you just mind your own business and let me take care of me?

Greenlee: Because your health is my business. Our company needs all the help we can get to get back to where it was. And I can't have you being all proud and noble and stoic, and then collapsing on me.

Kendall: I'm not gonna collapse.

Greenlee: Because you're going to take care of yourself, and you're going to ask for help when you need it. There's no shame in asking for help. How many times have you helped me? That's what we do. That's why we make such a great team.

Kendall: Even when you're driving me crazy?

Greenlee: Especially then. So how do you feel? Truth -- and the word "fine" better not come out of your mouth.

Kendall: I'm tired. I'm really tired. I'm achy, I wonder when I'm ever gonna feel like me again, and I really want to take these heels off.

Greenlee: Was that so bad?

Kendall: No. What about you? How are you? You're working with Ryan's ex-girlfriend. Is that gonna be a problem?

Greenlee: No. No. Not at all. I'm marrying the most amazing man, and the man who made our life hell is going to prison as soon as Jake solves this big medical mystery. Are you ok?

Kendall: Yeah. Yeah, I was just thinking how great our lives will be once David is out of them for good.

Jake: Ahh. I love you like this, Dave -- sedated. You're so cooperative. Listen, I'm gonna get all the new test results, and we're gonna take it from there. Ok, buddy? Lisa, can you do me a favor? Can you get an orderly to take Dr. Hayward back down to his room? Never mind. There's an orderly. Orderly, we got a patient! So tomorrow will be your colonoscopy. First thing in the morning, ok, 5:30 a.m. That's all they had, so rest up.

[Phone rings]

Jake: Ooh. There's my phone. I got to go. Dr. Martin.

Cara: Hi.

Tad: Hi. Well, thanks again for not blowing me out of the water.

Cara: You mean helping you.

Tad: What?

Cara: Yeah, because, I got to tell you, I've always wanted to do a sting.

Tad: Technically, this isn't a sting.

Cara: I think I could be really good at the whole cloak-and-dagger thing, you know, playing a character.

Tad: You hang on to that thought, Mata Hari.

Cara: No, really! I could pretend to be dirty, like a doctor on the take. What do you think?

Tad: I think you're enjoying this too much.

Cara: I think what you do is really cool.

Tad: Yeah, sometimes.

Cara: Ok. So does this happen a lot? Do you get to wing it, "Fly by the seat of your pants" kind of thing, or what?

Tad: It happens.

Cara: Yeah?

Tad: Yeah. Now that we've safely landed, I'll see you later.

Cara: Hmm. Ok.

Natalia: Come on this way.

Brot: Amazing, isn't she?

Jesse: Absolutely. But that is no reason for you to throw yourself on the sword. I'm not firing either one of you.

Brot: Chief, have any of those favors returned your calls? Natalia is one of your best detectives, and I'm just a beat cop.

Jesse: One of my best.

Brot: But she breathes this job.

Jesse: And you don't?

Brot: Yes, but I could find a job in security.

Jesse: Security?

Brot: Chief, I just want Natalia happy, ok? And nothing makes Natalia as happy as being a cop.

Jesse: You know there's been something else putting a smile on her face here lately?

Brot: I want to keep it there. Write up my pink slip, Chief.

Greenlee: It's the bond girl theme -- sexy, adventurous, exciting.

Kendall: Edge, but elegant.

Greenlee: Yeah. We'll keep it fun in the final. We'll riff on the names.

Kendall: We should change it to "Goldeneye Eye Shadow."

Greenlee: Brilliant! You haven't lost your touch.

Kendall: Oh, yeah. It does feel good. It feels great, actually.

Greenlee: I'll be right back.

[Kendall has visions of a gun]

Greenlee: I know it's early, but I think that we deserve this.

[Cork pops]

Greenlee: Kendall, are you all right?

Griffin: Hey. Have you seen Dr. Hayward?

Orderly: I was supposed to pick him up from Pathology, but he wasn't there.

Ryan: You might want to be careful, Dave. It sure is a long way down.

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