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Another World Transcript Thursday 4/29/04

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Rachel: Jamie, you're giving her a horrible decision to make.

Jamie: I'm giving both of you the facts. With or without surgery, his chances are not very good.

Amanda: Oh, no.

Jamie: At least with the surgery, we may have a chance to control the problem.

Rachel: You may? How am I supposed to make her deal with this?

Amanda: Give me the form.

Rachel: Wait a minute. Are you sure?

Amanda: I want to sign the form.

Jamie: Amanda, we will do everything possible.

Amanda: I never signed my name like that before.

Rachel: What, sweetheart?

Amanda: "Amanda Fowler." I've never signed my name like that before, and now I have.

Jamie: We have to prep Sam. Listen, try to relax. This may take a long time. And when -- when it's over, Sam is going to need you to be strong. Just take care of her.

Rachel: Don't worry.

Jamie: I love you.

Amanda: Don't let him die.

Jason: She's not at my place. She's evidently left.

Vicky: Well, then, call her at home!

Jason: She's been a big help with the police in finding missing persons before.

Vicky: Mike, where are you?

[Jason sighs]

Jason: Look, I'm calling her right now at her home.

Vicky: Why doesn't he just walk in the door? I don't even care if they take him away! I just want him to come back!

Jason: Hey, they're not going to take him away. Can we solve one problem at a time, all right?

Vicky: Why doesn't he just come in? What if he's someplace --?

Jason: He's probably having cookies somewhere in the neighborhood.

Vicky: Oh, please. I really screwed up this time, Jason.

Jason: Vicky, please --

Vicky: If Mikey's missing, it's all my fault!

Singer: Why should we wait later on may be too late 'cause where can we run when you see there's half a chance that we might really become whatever we imagine

Rachel: Are you all right?

Amanda: Yeah.

Rachel: Do you want some water or something?

Mac: What happened?

Rachel: Oh, Mac. It's Sam. He had a seizure because

Mac: Oh, baby. What's going on now?

Rachel: Jamie says without surgery, he'll die. With surgery, he might make it, but --

Mac: Oh, no.

Rachel: Amanda had to sign the release forms.

Amanda: It's my fault.

Mac: Don't you say that, darling.

Rachel: Honey, it isn't your fault. You saved his life.

Mac: Amanda, please. You have to think of the baby now.

Amanda: It doesn't matter, not without Sam.

Rachel: Why don't you sit down?

Amanda: No, I don't want to sit down. I don't want to talk.

Mac: All right, we won't talk, but let us at least --

Amanda: Just leave me alone.

Mac: I don't know what we can do.

Rachel: I don't think she can take much more of this, Mac.

Mac: She's closing herself off from us. Hello, Matthew. She says she wants us to leave her alone for now.

Rachel: She doesn't want our help right now, sweetie.

Matt: Well, let me talk to her.

Mac: Please, Matthew, she asked us to leave her alone.

Matt: Yeah, ok.

Ada: I just talked to one of the nurses. She doesn't know anything.

Rachel: I'm worried about Amanda. She's closing herself off from us.

Ada: Let me talk to her, ok?

Rachel: Ok.

Matt: I wish there was something I could do.

Tracy: I know, Matt. She knows you're here. I know that helps. Why don't you just go and be with her, huh? Go on.

Matt: Yeah, yeah. Hi, Amanda. Can I sit down here for a minute?

Kevin: Hi.

Tracy: Hey. How'd you know we were here?

Kevin: I heard over at Maryís place. Has there been any change?

Tracy: No, I'm afraid not. They're getting Sam ready for surgery.

Kevin: Oh, my --

Tracy: I can't tell you how bad I feel. I mean, these people are helpless. They don't -- they don't know what to do.

Kevin: I know. Look, I know this isn't the right time, but I got to show you and Matt something.

Tracy: What?

Kevin: You remember those pictures I took of you?

Tracy: Yeah.

Kevin: Well, I developed them. I think we have a problem.

Tracy: What?

Kevin: In the back.

Tracy: Kevin, he's here.

Matt: Man, I don't know what to say to her. She's just sitting there. What's going on?

Kevin: Show him.

Jason: Answering machine is on.

Vicky: Well, then, call her at Adamís office. She might be there.

Jason: Yeah, that means involving the police.

Vicky: I don't care! Call Adam!

Jason: Hey, I think you're making the right decision.

Vicky: Oh, please be there. Is he there?

Jason: He's not answering.

Vicky: Oh --

Jason: Yeah, Sergeant Adam Cory, please. Jason Frame. He's left. Look, this is an emergency. Where can I reach him? Thank you. He went home.

Vicky: Oh, I've -- I've got his number. It --

Jason: Please, she gave it to me. Don't make me forget it. 5-1-0 -- it's busy.

Vicky: Well, at least he's there. Let's go!

Jason: Hey, one of us should stay here in case he comes back in.

Vicky: Jason, I might need your help with this, especially convincing Lisa that we need her help. Now, please, can we go?

Jason: All right, it's six blocks from here. You're right, let's go.

Vicky: Go, go.

Singer: Wherever we imagine

Lisa: It's all right, Adam.

Adam: No. No, it's not.

Singer: Later on may be too

[Adam turns music off]

Adam: Um -- Lisa, tell me the truth about something, will you? Are you -- are you completely comfortable with this?

Lisa: I know I feel wonderful being held by you.

Adam: Is it being held by me or is it just being held?

Lisa: I'm not sure I understand.

Adam: I -- I think you do. Is it -- is it me that you want to make love with or is it Jamie?

Lisa: Adam --

Adam: Believe me; I'm trying to be objective here.

Lisa: Adam, the last thing I need right now is an objective discussion of my motives.

Adam: The last thing either one of us needs is to get lost in a lot of feelings that we're just going to have to clean up tomorrow.

Lisa: I've hurt you, haven't I?

Adam: Isn't that funny. I thought I'd done the same thing to you.

Lisa: No, Adam, you could never hurt me. You care too much.

Adam: You got that much right.

Lisa: Could I ask you something personal?

Adam: Considering the circumstances, yeah, I think that'd be all right.

Lisa: Do you ever think about M.J.?

Adam: Just about every day.

Lisa: You still love her.

Adam: I -- I think I'll always love M.J.

Lisa: So, maybe you were thinking about her a little bit when you were kissing me?

Adam: Maybe. Maybe not.

[Adam laughs]

Lisa: What's so funny?

Adam: I can't believe this. Here I am, alone in my apartment with a beautiful woman, and here I am saying to you, "sorry, darling, not tonight."

Lisa: Well, this is not exactly how I had my day planned, let me tell you that.

Adam: I'll bet. Well -- well, it was sort of fun, though, wasn't it? I mean --

Lisa: Sort of.

Adam: So, we're still friends?

Lisa: You mean if I'll still respect you in the morning?

Adam: No, not in this case.

Lisa: Yeah, I guess not in this case.

Adam: So answer the question.

Lisa: What do you think?

Adam: I think you still like me.

Lisa: Pull another stunt like this, and I may have to reconsider my decision.

Adam: Ok, I promise I'll be careful.

Lisa: I think I'll go straighten up.

Adam: I think you -- well -- I don't know.

Jamie: Dr. Abbott. Thank you for coming in on such short notice.

Dr. Abbott: I've just been looking over your brother-in-law's charts. We've got a long night ahead of us.

Jamie: I know.

Dr. Abbott: How's your sister taking this? I understand she's pregnant.

Jamie: I'm not sure how she is. I'm hoping my mother can keep her steady.

Dr. Abbott: She does know how risky this is.

Jamie: Well, I tried to explain everything I could to her. She knew she had to sign the consent forms, and she knew it was Samís only chance.

Dr. Abbott: Are you sure you want to assist?

Jamie: I have to do something.

Dr. Abbott: I understand your feeling, but are you sure you're not too close to all of this to be involved in the surgery?

Jamie: Yes, I'm sure.

Dr. Abbott: Ok. As you know, I may be using a laser.

Jamie: I assumed that.

Dr. Abbott: It's a severe bleed right next to the optic nerve.

Jamie: I know. I've never seen one quite that bad.

Dr. Abbott: Dr. Frame, if he survives, there may well be irreparable damage to his eyesight -- even worse.

Jamie: I know all about that.

Dr. Abbott: I only hope you and your family are able to accept the reality of this procedure. It's going to take a miracle.

Jamie: I'm about due one right now.

Dr. Abbott: His pupils are dilated and fixed.

Jamie: He is not brain dead.

Dr. Abbott: Well, no, not yet, but still --

Jamie: Let's get started, ok?

Dr. Abbott: All right.

Ada: Poor Amanda. I hope this all isn't too much for her.

Rachel: I'm really worried about her.

Mac: Here they come.

Mac: It's ok, baby. They're going take good care of him.

Rachel: Jamie's going to assist the neurosurgeon. He has the best care we can get him.

Amanda: He's dying, and I can't help him.

Tracy: Matt, don't worry about dad, ok? Kevin and I will take care of everything.

Kevin: Yeah, you should just stay here with your parents.

Matt: I -- I've never seen her like this before. I mean, why is this happening?

Ada: Have you gotten in touch with Mitch yet?

Rachel: I can't -- I can't reach him. I only get his machine. I tried to get in touch with Felicia. She must be with him.

Ronnie: Mrs. -- Mrs. Cory?

Rachel: Yes?

Ronnie: I'm Ronnie Lawrence. I'm Sam and Amandaís Lamaze teacher.

Rachel: Oh, yes, hello. This is my husband, Mac Cory, my mother, Ada Hobson.

Ada: How do you do?

Ronnie: Fine, thank you. Look, I'm so sorry about all of this.

Rachel: We don't know much of what's going on except that Sam is going into surgery.

Ronnie: How is she?

Mac: We're very concerned about her. She doesn't want anyone near her. She seems to blame herself for Samís illness.

Ronnie: Would you mind if I try to talk to her?

Rachel: No, please, anything, if you can help.

Ronnie: Well, she's under terrible strain. Try to understand. She's experiencing so many terrible feelings right now. It's overwhelming her. And she's probably afraid, somewhere in her head, of hurting you with all of her hurt.

Rachel: Oh, she can't hurt us.

Ronnie: Of course not, but she's not thinking very logically right now. Sometimes an outsider's more able to help.

Mac: Please, do what you can.

Ronnie: Amanda?

[Amanda cries]

Felicia: Well, I have to tell you, you really know how to charm a girl.

Mitch: What's the matter? I thought you said that you had a fun time.

Felicia: Oh, but I did. I had a great time. Especially when I fell into the lane and my ball went flying into that old woman's lap.

Mitch: Yes.

Felicia: That was fun.

Mitch: Well, you told me you knew how to bowl.

Felicia: You believed that?

Mitch: Well, yes.

Felicia: Mitch, you are really so gullible. You know that?

Mitch: Well, it simplifies things sometimes.

Felicia: Yeah, it does.

Mitch: I think somebody has a message.

Felicia: Yeah, you know who it is? It's probably that old woman's lawyer. I bet they're going to sue me.

Mitch: Tell her to drop the suit and you'll use her in your next book.

Felicia: That's cute. Very cute.

Mitch: What if it's important?

Felicia: It's never important. You know that.

Mitch: True.

Felicia: Listen -- I could maybe do a little more bowling, you know, knock down a few pins if you want.

Mitch: That's right up your alley, isn't it?

Felicia: Yes, it certainly is. Do you remember that little present I got you the other day?

Mitch: The little silky thing?

Felicia: "The little silky thing" -- that's the one. What do you think?

Mitch: It's not my color.

Felicia: Oh, but it is mine. Huh?

Mitch: I think that's a good idea.

Felicia: Oh, I thought you would. Great. Now, see, isn't it nicer to not be quite so responsible and instead have a little fun?

Mitch: You're the one this morning who was ready to deport my one and only son.

Felicia: Well, but you right there ready to help me with it.

Mitch: Yeah, but I don't think he realized that he might've been interrupting.

Felicia: Of course he didn't know that. Think, right now I could be in a stuffy edit room.

Mitch: Not to mention a lonely darkroom.

Felicia: That's right. Tell you what -- why don't you order some champagne, and I'll, you know, do a couple of things.

Mitch: That's a good idea.

Felicia: Don't order the cheap stuff. I'll be back.

Adam: Vicky.

Vicky: Adam, I know I'm not your favorite person in the world right now, but I need your help.

Adam: Why didn't you call?

Vicky: We did. We -- oh, your line's been off the hook.

Adam: What do you mean, "we"?

Jason: Hi, Adam.

Adam: What's going on?

Vicky: Wait, Adam, I am in deep trouble. I need to find Lisa.

Adam: Lisa?

Jason: We need both your help.

Lisa: Adam, I just --

Jason: We hit the jackpot. It doesn't come from a store, or grow old on a shelf.

Jason: I'll wait in the car. Make it quick.

Adam: Vicky, this is not what it looks like.

Vicky: I don't care. I need your help.

Lisa: You've got to be kidding.

Vicky: Mikey is missing!

Adam: Oh, no.

Lisa: Are you surprised?

Vicky: Listen, I don't have time for your games now. I need your help. Mikey's gone.

Adam: What happened?

Lisa: She lost a 2 year old.

Vicky: It happened while Sam had his seizure, ok?

Adam: Wait, wait. What seizure?

Vicky: Amanda was screaming in the hall. I was at my loft. I ran across to her apartment --

Adam: Vicky, what happened to Sam?

Vicky: Sam had a seizure! Jamie was there and the paramedics, and -- and Sam stopped breathing. I went over to my apartment. Mikey was gone.

Adam: I don't believe this.

Lisa: Well, did you look everywhere?

Vicky: No, Lisa, I panicked and ran over here. Of course, Jason and I searched top and bottom of my apartment building. He just can't be found.

Adam: Did you call the police?

Vicky: No, I haven't called them yet. I came here.

Adam: We're going to have to file a report on this.

Vicky: I don't care. Do anything!

Lisa: Ok, what was he wearing?

Vicky: Blue and white pajamas.

Adam: All right. All right, look, we're going to have to go back to your apartment, and we'll retrace your steps.

Vicky: Jason and I searched everywhere in that building, Adam!

Adam: Let me take a look, will you?

Vicky: Ok.

Adam: Maybe we can find some of Mikey's clothing. You can hold it. Maybe you'll get something on it.

Lisa: Yeah, ok.

Adam: All right, look, we'll take two cars in case we have to separate later. I'll go with Jason. You drive, you take my car. Would you take Vicky?

Lisa: Adam, is that necessary?

Adam: Yes, it is. Now, look, be quick. We've wasted enough time as it is.

Lisa: Let's get one thing straight -- I'm not doing this because of you. My concern is for Mikey.

Vicky: Good, do it for Mikey. Listen, you find Mikey for me, I won't tell Jamie about this, ok?

Lisa: What are you talking about?

Vicky: I won't tell Jamie that you slept with Adam if you find Mikey for me.

Lisa: Boy, you are some piece of work. You think you have to blackmail me --

Vicky: Lisa, shut up! Just find Mikey and we'll talk later, ok? Coming?

Ronnie: Do you want to talk about what happened?

Amanda: It all happened so fast, and it was so strange. Sam fell and hit his head trying to protect me.

Mac: Protect you from what, darling?

Amanda: We were standing near the window, and all of a sudden a rock came through the window.

Ada: Somebody threw a rock through your window?

Amanda: Yeah. And Sam ran over to me to protect me, and that's when he fell and hit his head. So, you see, it is all my fault.

Mac: It's not your fault. What is going on?

Rachel: Do you think this has anything to do with the takeover attempt?

Mac: Well, I don't know. After what they did to my -- no, no, I can't see it. It doesn't fit.

Matt: It was dad. It was dad.

Mac: Matthew, are you all right?

Matt: Yeah -- I'm -- I'm ok. I'll be back in a little while.

Kevin: How's Amanda?

Matt: Tracy, remember when Amanda told us someone had thrown rocks through her apartment window when we were on the roof?

Tracy: Yeah.

Kevin: You're not saying that they --

Matt: It's been bothering me ever since she said something. It had to be dad and his friends. They followed me and Tracy, and they must've thought that we were in the apartment.

Tracy: Matt --

Kevin: I can't believe this.

Matt: Sam might die because of those fools.

Kevin: This is too much.

Tracy: You guys, what are we going to do?

Matt: This is it. No more secrets, no more lies. Those guys are going to get it from us. We've got to go face-to-face on them. They've gone too far.

Amanda: I've got to get out of here.

Mac: Oh, Amanda, please stay with us.

Amanda: No. I just want to be alone, please.

Rachel: I'm going to go with her --

Ronnie: Mrs. Cory, let her have some time to herself.

Rachel: She's about ready to collapse. Somebody's got to be with her.

Mac: Rachel, Ronnie may be right. Sometimes we just have to find our own comfort.

Amanda: I never thought I would have to be back in here again. The last time I was here, I asked you for your help. Well, I guess I didn't ask hard enough. Why is this still happening? We have gone through the worst experience anybody can go through, and here I am again, ready to offer you anything -- anything just to have Sam back the way he was. Are we bad people? Are you punishing us? I never hurt anybody! Sam is my whole life, and all you want to do is take him away from me, don't you? I'm so afraid for him, for our baby. We haven't had nearly enough time together, not nearly enough time! I can't go on without him. Please, please, make him better. Let us live long, full lives together. Let my baby know his father. Please. I'm so sorry.

[Monitor beeps]

Dr. Abbott: All right, let's begin.

Jamie: Be strong, Sam.

Felicia: You having a good time?

Mitch: Mm-hmm.

Felicia: You are such a man of so many words.

Mitch: Yes, I know. I think that that little light over there that keeps flashing -- it's bothering me --

Felicia: Oh, Mitch, come on. We don't have to, do we?

Mitch: I'm just not able to relax sometimes unless -- you know, unless my affairs are in order.

Felicia: Youíre what?

Mitch: I have trouble ignoring something when it's there just saying, "don't ignore me."

Felicia: Oh, sort of like me?

Mitch: Yeah, sort of.

Felicia: You're just dying to find out who called, aren't you? Ok, go ahead. Go check it.

Mitch: I'll be back.

Felicia: If you want to ruin the evening, I guess it's fine with me.

[Answering machine beeps]

Rachel's voice: Mitch, it's Rachel. I need to talk to you. I'm at the hospital. You can leave a message at the third floor nurses' station. Please hurry and get back to me.

Felicia: What is she doing at the hospital?

Mitch: I don't know, but I don't like the sound of it.

Felicia: No, she sounds upset.

[Answering machine beeps]

Rachel's voice: Mitch, it's Rachel again. Look, I -- I didn't want to say anything on the phone, but it's an emergency. It's Sam. Please come as soon as you can to the hospital.

Mitch: Let's go.

Felicia: Ok, I'm right behind you. Let's go.

Matt: I am not going to let dad and his friends get away with this.

Kevin: Look, we just got to come up with a plan --

Matt: No, no -- no plan. I'm going to kick their butts!

Tracy: Stop it.

Kevin: Matt, relax, all right?

Matt: I can't!

Tracy: No --

Matt: Look what's happening to my family.

Tracy: Just be quiet.

Matt: Look what they've done to Amanda.

Tracy: Your sister's right here -- shh.

Rachel: Are you all right?

Amanda: I'm fine. Has anybody heard anything?

Mac: All we know is the surgery is underway. We just have to be patient for a couple of hours, Amanda.

Matt: Hi. You want to go for a little walk?

Amanda: No, I really don't want to leave. If something happens, I might not be here.

Matt: We can just go for a little one down the hall. Ok?

Mac: That boy never ceases to surprise me.

Ada: He loves Amanda very much.

Matt: Where did you go?

Amanda: Um -- I just went to the chapel.

Matt: Oh.

Amanda: My hands are shaking.

Matt: Here, here, here, here, here. Let me hold them. I'm going to take care of you. You're going to be ok.

Tracy: Enough is enough.

Adam: Jason, you got a flashlight?

Jason: Yeah, right here. What do you need to see, Lisa?

Lisa: Some of his clothes or toys or something.

Vicky: Oh, here. I've got some of his stuff. Well?

Lisa: I'm not a computer, Vicky.

Vicky: Sorry.

Adam: Listen, where exactly did you look before?

Jason: The entire building -- stairwells, neighbors' apartments. She called next door. He just vanished.

Adam: Vicky, listen, have you noticed any strangers in the building?

Vicky: No.

Adam: A feeling that anybody's been following you? Have you gotten any kind of strange phone calls --?

Vicky: Nobody could have taken him away, Adam!

Adam: We're not going to know that until we at least take another look through the building.

Jason: We've been through this thing with a fine-tooth comb.

Adam: Are you getting something?

Lisa: No, nothing.

Vicky: What are we going to do?

Adam: We're going to take another look through the building. That's what we're going to do, Vicky.

Vicky: Lisa?

Adam: Shh. Let her concentrate.

Jason: What's happening?

Vicky: I don't know.

Lisa: He's here.

Vicky: Where?

Lisa: I don't know. He's here.

Adam: Are you -- you getting a picture or something?

Lisa: It's dark. He's alone.

Vicky: Is he all right, Lisa?

Lisa: I don't know.

Vicky: Oh, my poor baby. Where could he be?

Lisa: He fell.

[Vicky gasps]

Vicky: Oh, no.

Lisa: It's -- it's dark. He's stuck. He's scared.

Vicky: Oh, no.

Adam: What?

Vicky: The garbage chute! What -- what if he fell down the garbage chute?

Adam: Did you look down there before?

Jason: It was too high for him even to reach, let alone get into it.

Adam: Come on, let's go look.

Vicky: Vicky, what have you done?

[ Violin ]

Mac: And so far, that's all we know.

Felicia: Mitch, are you ok?

Mitch: I just don't understand.

Felicia: Listen, he's strong. He'll be all right.

Mac: It's just been such a terrible start for their lives together. I mean, I wouldn't want to see anyone suffer like this, but when it's your own child, it just breaks your heart.

Felicia: Oh.

Matt: Dad, can I talk to you for a minute?

Mitch: Not right now, Matthew, I'm sorry.

Matt: Come on, why not?

Mitch: Because Sam might die any minute, Matthew. That's why.

Matt: Please, it's important. There's something you should know.

Mitch: Matthew, I'm about to lose my patience with you, ok?

Felicia: Honey, honey, bear with him tonight, all right?

Matt: I'm trying. I really am, but everyone is acting weird.

Felicia: You know, crises don't always bring out the best in people.

Matt: I need to talk to my father.

Felicia: You think maybe you could talk to Mac?

Matt: No.

Felicia: How about me? You want to tell me?

Matt: No, no, no, I'll deal with it. As soon as the surgery's over, I'm going to take care of something I should've handled a long time ago, and I'm not going to ask anyone for their advice.

Felicia: Matthew, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Now, listen. I don't know exactly what it is you're talking about, but I think you probably do need to talk to your father. You just need to give him a little time to try and accept all that he's been given to deal with tonight. He's not ignoring you. He just is trying to understand what's happened to his brother.

Matt: Yeah, I know that, I know that.

Felicia: Then please don't act like you're so angry with him.

Matt: I'm not. It's just that everything seems to be coming down on us tonight, and I hate what this is doing to our family. I'm going to take care of some unfinished business as soon as I can.

Amanda: What is taking so long?

Ronnie: Look, we won't hear anything until after the surgery is completed, honey.

Amanda: How much longer can that take?

Ronnie: I'm not sure, but I bet everything's moving along just perfectly. Look, Dr. Abbott is the best neurosurgeon in the area.

Amanda: Oh, Sam.

[Monitor flat-lines]

Nurse: He's arrested!

Jamie: What? Code blue.

Doctor: All right.

Jamie: Get the crash cart in here, stat! Come on! Move it!

Dr. Abbott: All right, nurse, help me here. We're going to have to --

Jamie: Bump up the oxygen 100%.

Nurse: I've done it.

Jamie: All right.

Second nurse: I'll get the blood gas --

Jamie: Where is that crash cart? Come on, move it! We're losing him! Hurry up! Charge those paddles! He's in v-fib! Come on, hurry.

Nurse: Stand back.

Jamie: All right, stand back.

Nurse: Everybody clear the bed.

Doctor: Still in v-fib.

Jamie: Shock him again.

Nurse: Clear the bed. Got straight line.

Doctor: Straight line, no good.

Jamie: He's still straight-lining. Come on, start compressions now.

Doctor: We're losing this guy. He's got no blood pressure.

Jamie: All right, start compressions.

Nurse: One and two and three and four and five, breathe --

Jamie: Come on.

Nurse: One and two and three and four and five, breathe --

Jamie: Switch with me.

Nurse: Switch and two and three and four and five, breathe --

Jamie: One and two and three and four and five, breathe. One and two and three and four and five, breathe! One and two and three and four and five, breathe!

Vicky: Oh.

Lisa: Vicky --

Vicky: What?

Lisa: It's not the garbage chute.

Vicky: How do you know?

Lisa: I just know.

Jason: Top to bottom -- nothing.

Vicky: Lisa said it's not the garbage chute.

Adam: We know. We checked it out, top to bottom.

Vicky: Is he ok?

Lisa: He's here. I know he's here.

Adam: Wait a minute. We didn't recheck the basement. Maybe we should head down there.

Jason: All right.

Lisa: It's dark. He's sleeping.

Vicky: He must be so frightened.

Lisa: He was frightened, but now he's asleep.

Vicky: Lisa, you don't mean that he's --

Lisa: No, Vicky, Vicky, Vicky, I need your help.

Vicky: All right. What do you need me to do?

Lisa: Come -- come with me.

Vicky: What? Where?

Lisa: Just -- just stay by -- by me, all right?

Jason: There was a roped-off area in the basement at the other end.

Lisa: Yes -- barriers. He walked under barriers.

Vicky: Pipes.

Jason: What?

Vicky: Uh -- the gas man was here this week. He was in the basement and working on pipes or something.

Jason: I know right where it is. Come on. Let's go.

Lisa: Vicky, don't worry. We'll find him.

Vicky: Ok.

Lisa: We'll find him.

Jason: This door was shut earlier. I didn't think he could get in.

Vicky: Mikey, sweetheart, baby, it's me, Vicky! Where are you?

Adam: Lisa, are you sure about this?

Lisa: He's in this room.

Vicky: Well, then why isn't he answering?

Jason: Is that what I think it is?

Adam: All right, we got to get some light in this room.

Vicky: Matches, I got --

Jason: No! I think we got a gas leak in here.

Adam: Wait a minute. I smell it, too.

Jason: Yeah, it's getting stronger.

Adam: It's gas.

Lisa: He's in there.

Vicky: God! He's in there!

Jason: Back up!

Vicky: Mikey!

Adam: No, that's probably where the gas leak's coming from. Get away from there.

Vicky: No, get him out of there!

Lisa: Vicky, Vicky --

Vicky: You've got to help him!

Lisa: Go call the gas company, tell them to shut off the gas.

Vicky: No! He's unconscious! He's been in there for hours!

Lisa: We don't know anything yet. Just go call the gas company.

Adam: You get away from the hole. Get away.

Vicky: Get him out of there!

Lisa: Come on, Vicky!

Jason: Vicky, call the gas company. If he's in here, I'll get him out.

Vicky: Mikey --

Adam: Jason, do you see anything?

Jason: No, there's an obstruction in the way. Mikey! Mikey, can you hear me?

Lisa: Adam -- Adam, I'll go call the gas company. Keep an eye on Vicky.

Adam: Ok.

Jason: I'm going to need your help, Adam.

Adam: Right, hang on. Vicky --

Vicky: What?

Adam: I want you to wait right here for Lisa. You going to be all right?

Vicky: Yeah.

Adam: Ok.

Jason: Ok. Hold my feet. I got to look in there further --

Vicky: Oh.

Jason: Just don't let me go down in.

Adam: All right.

Jason: Wait, wait.

Adam: I got you. You see anything?

Jason: Pull me up. I think he's down here. Think I'm going in.

Vicky: What?

Adam: Vicky --

Jason: I'm going in, Vicky.

Adam: Jason, you don't even know how deep that hole is.

Jason: It's not that much further. Hold this light and hold it steady.

Vicky: Please. Mikey, please!

Adam: Vicky.

Kevin: Matt, it's getting late. Tracy's not back yet.

Matt: Where did she go?

Kevin: I thought she told you where she was going.

Matt: No, I thought you knew.

Kevin: Maybe she just went to the cafeteria to get something.

Matt: No, it wouldn't have taken this long.

Kevin: You don't think she went after dad, do you?

Matt: No, she couldn't have after all this time. I mean, she's been hiding out from him for weeks. Why would she go after him now?

Kevin: I don't know, but I know my sister, Matt. And when she makes up her mind to do something --

Matt: Well, what could she possibly do?

Kevin: She could get into a lot of trouble is what she could do.

Matt: Yeah, well, I can't leave here right now.

Kevin: No, I'm going after her.

Matt: No, no, no, no. You can't go alone.

Kevin: Matt, my sister's out there and they're after her.

Matt: Ok, calm down. Look, first of all, we don't even know Tracy went after anyone yet.

Kevin: If she had gone home, she would have told us.

[Matthew sighs]

Kevin: I don't know what she's trying to do.

Matt: Hey, take it easy. Now, maybe I can get out of here for a few minutes with you, but they can't see me leave. Look, you go first and I'll be with you in a couple minutes. I'll be right behind you.

Kevin: All right, thanks.

Matt: Ok.

[Elevator door opens]

Ada: Going to the cafeteria, are we, Matthew?

Matt: Well, I was just --

Ada: This is grandma speaking.

Matt: Please --

Ada: What's going on?

Matt: Grandma, please. I can't get into it now. It's just the only thing I can tell you -- this whole mess is my fault.

Ada: What? How?

Matt: Look, I can't help Sam and Amanda now, but I can make sure this sort of thing never happens again.

Ada: Sweetie, look, I don't know what you're talking about, but please don't do anything stupid.

Matt: Everything I have been doing up till now has been stupid. Not anymore.

Amanda: It's taking too long.

Mac: The surgery is very complicated, Amanda.

Amanda: Something's wrong.

Ada: Please, sweetheart -- please try to relax. It'll be over soon.

Amanda: No, something's wrong. I can tell something is wrong.

Ada: Amanda -- Amanda: Oh, Sam, come back.

[Monitor flatlines]

Nurse: Doctor, are you going to call it?

Jamie: No, keep going. Start compressions.

Dr. Abbott: Jamie --

Jamie: I don't want to hear it!

Dr. Abbott: It's been too long.

Jamie: No, no! Stop compression. Straight line.

Dr. Abbott: Jamie, please.

Jamie: I don't want to listen to this! Now, start those compressions now!

Dr. Abbott: Doctor, doctor --

Jamie: Do it!

Dr. Abbott: We've lost him! I'm sorry.

[Monitor flatlines]

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