Another World Transcript Tuesday 2/21/06
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Sharlene: I'm up here. I'm in--in bed.
John: Sharlene, what's wrong?
Sharlene: Nothing. Nothing at all.
John: What do you mean nothing? I got this message that you wanted to see me right away.
Sharlene: I do.
John: Well, what is it? Are you sick?
Sharlene: [Laughs] No. Dr. Peterson gave me a clean bill of health.
John: Then what's wrong? Why'd you want me to rush home? Why are you in bed?
Sharlene: Dr. Peterson also got out her trusty calendar.
John: Oh, I see.
Sharlene: Do you know what today is?
John: Yeah, it's--uh, thursday.
Sharlene: Mm-hmm. It is also perfect timing. I mean if, if someone was interested in making a baby.
Sharlene: John. That's why I wanted you to come home. I--I want us to make love. I want to make a baby.
Frankie: Would you hurry?
Cass: How can I hurry when you're standing there next--very close to me wearing nothing under that raincoat? You know I just--hold on.
Cass: Well, from this angle the pattern takes a different shape. Did you see that?
Cass: Yeah. So I've seen that snake pattern somewhere before.
Cass: That's the question, where.
Frankie: Well, concentrate!
Cass: If you'd get some clothes on, believe me when I tell you i could--the map.
Frankie: The map?
Cass: The border of the map had the same snake pattern.
Frankie: Are you sure?
Cass: No. But I'm sure as hell gonna find out. Oh, frankie, would you get some clothes on?
Rachel: What's the matter?
Ken: I just want to remember this moment. You don't get too many like this in my business. Ok.
Ken: You ready?
Rachel: What's the matter?
Ken: Oh, no.
Rachel: What is it?
Ken: Everything else we found fit my theory. The hunting pot should be right there where I'm pointing.
Rachel: Well, why isn't it there? What happened to it?
Ken: I don't know. I must have made a miscalculation. But--but I was right about everything else. How could I have been wrong about this?
Rachel: Wait a minute, ken, we're not going to give up about this. Look, you said it was here. So maybe it is here. We just gotta keep looking. That's all. Ken.
Rachel: There is something here. It's way back in here. Right there.
Ken: Oh, the other side. I can't get my hands through that opening.
Rachel: I can.
Rachel: Yeah, see it'S...
ken: How big is it?
Rachel: It's big. It's certainly over a foot.
Ken: Can you get it free?
Rachel: I don't know.
Ken: Dig, rachel. Keep digging.
Rachel: I don't want to break it.
Ken: Keep digging.
Rachel: I think I'm getting it.
>> You are my way
>> You are my way
>> To another world
>> To another world
>> You are the one who lets me fly so high you are the rain when my spirits run dry
>> You give my life
>> You give my life
>> A hope that's real 'cause when I'm with you you take me away to another world
ken: Oh, my.
Rachel: Is this it? This is what it was supposed t look like?
Ken: This is even more elaborate. It's still got the tail. It's still got color.
Rachel: Well, this is it? Is this it?
Ken: This is it.
Rachel: Well, shouldn't we say eureka or something?
Ken: [Shouts] Eureka! We found it.
Rachel: Congratulations, ken.
Ken: No. I couldn't have done it without you.
Rachel: [Laughs] I would like to believe that.
Ken: It's true. The lumina tribe owes you a great debt.
Rachel: It's incredible. That something like this could be so sacred to an entire civilization.
Ken: They knew what was important. And this--this is what they passed on, their legacy to those who came after. To the lumina, this has more meaning than the magna carta, the constitution, the statue of liberty. All the things that helped guide us, rolled into one. And now they have it back. This is such an honor. What?
Rachel: It's just the way you put that.
Rachel: It's very much the way mac would have.
Ken: Lift it. Hold it into the 4 winds. Higher.
Ken: Our time here is done, rachel. We're ready to travel.
Frankie: Well, you did it, boss.
Cass: Yeah, yeah. It's definitely some kind of clue.
Frankie: Now we just have to figure out what it means.
Cass: Yeah. Connect the dots, frankie.
Cass: You see the--the holes in the shade. If you connect the points of light that they're creating here, it forms some kind of a trail on the map.
Frankie: Yeah. A long trail.
Cass: Look where it ends.
Frankie: It ain't downtown tucson.
Cass: No, it ain'T. It's right in the middle of nowhere.
Frankie: Desert and no mountains, looks like.
Cass: Yeah--no, they don't do many digs in downtown tucson anymore.
Frankie: Pretty rugged country.
Cass: Yeah. But if ken and rachel could get there, so can we. I mean we're rugged, right?
Frankie: So when do we leave?
Cass: I'll check with the airlines.
Frankie: What do we pack?
Cass: Nothing. We'll get what we need when we're there.
Cass: Yes, dolores. I'd like to book two seats on your next flight to tucson, please. Great. Winthrop.
Sharlene: So isn't this the part where you say that's what you want, too?
John: I--I do want a baby. But not right now.
Sharlene: Oh, boy. Well, I feel really stupid.
John: Why should you feel stupid?
Sharlene: Waiting here like this for you in the middle of the day. It's stupid.
John: No, no it's not.
Sharlene: Would you pass me my robe, please.
John: Listen, just ...
sharlene: John, I...
john: Just hold on.
Sharlene: I thought this is what you wanted, too.
John: I do. I wasn't lying when I told you that. Sharlene, believe me, for the first time in my life I finally have some hope. I have you. We have each other. We have this house. The berlin wall is coming down. Nelson mandela is free. And I look at this world and i say, yes, this is a world that i would like to share with someone else. This is a world that I would like to share with a child that you and I make together.
Sharlene: Then why--why am i waiting for you?
John: You're waiting because you come first. And I don't think that right now is a good time.
John: And frankly I'm surprised that dr. Peterson gave you the go ahead.
John: For one thing, you're hypoglycemic, and we need to know more about that.
Sharlene: Well, dr. Peterson thinks I'm fine. Why don't you?
John: I think you're wonderful. Sharlene, come on, let's face the facts here. We don't have a lot of money. I'm in the middle of a big transition here at work. We never see each other.
Sharlene: I know. That's why I thought a baby would...
john: Would what?
Sharlene: [Laughs] Make everything all right.
John: Sharlene, from what I've seen, babies are not the answer. They only raise a whole lot more questions. And believe me, we've got good enough questions of our own to answer before we start that.
Sharlene: Can we keep talking about it?
John: Of course, you know we can.
Sharlene: Because I just keep thinking about what it would be like to raise your son.
John: A boy, huh?
Sharlene: Girls are too much trouble.
John: Are you ok?
Sharlene: I'm fine. And you're absolutely right. I understand. So tell me about work. How's it going at the hospital?
John: Oh--we don't have to talk about work.
Sharlene: No, I want to.
John: Well, there's this one guy at work who's--patient real demanding son of A...
sharlene: Oh--difficult man.
John: Yeah, very.
John: Well, suffice it to say that I call him the ice man.
Sharlene: No, not to his face you don'T.
John: Well no, not to his face. But maybe someday.
Sharlene: [Laughs] So what's wrong with him? Why's he in the hospital?
John: He won't even admit he's sick. And he is, sharlene. He's real sick.
Sharlene: Well, you know something? Sometimes I get to thinking about myself, feeling sorry for myself. And I forget what it's like to have real trouble.
John: You know what? We're gonna be fine.
Sharlene: I know.
John: Would it be real insensitive of me if I just ran off and took a shower? I mean, I am home.
Sharlene: Whew, not at all.
John: Be a good idea? Be right back.
Sharlene: You know, sometimes I feel that we are incredibly lucky. I even feel guilty about it.
John: Well, don'T.
Sharlene: Yeah, I know, I know. It's a waste of time. Right?
John: Complete waste of time. We ought to start thinking about feeling grateful.
Sharlene: I do. All the time.
Sharlene: Where did these come from? 60... ...60 dollars. 60. It's starting again.
Lucas: So what happened with the D.A.?
Stacey: Nothing. Not a thing, I'm sorry to say.
Lucas: What, they don't want to hear what I have to say?
Stacey: They want to hear what you have to say. But they're gonna get it out of you on the stand.
Lucas: Oh, a trial, huh?
Stacey: Yeah. Looks that way.
Lucas: You know, something stinks about this deal and that something is politics.
Stacey: Lucas, you don't know that.
Lucas: Oh, come on, don't give me that, that "law is apolitical" nonsense. You know ever since that grant harrison cranked up that racketeering committee, I've smelled presidential politics in the air and so have you.
Stacey: Ok, so maybe the timing could've been a little bit better.
Lucas: Yeah, well his old man is grooming him for the top job. And I am not playing jimmy hoffa to his bobby kennedy, ok?
Stacey: Ok. So what we do is we build a strong case with grant harrison or without him.
Lucas: Ok, we'll build a case. But I am not gonna let some spoiled rich kid ruin everything I've worked for.
Stacey: All right. So then we prove that the cartel made a threat against you.
Lucas: Against me? Ainst everybody I red abou fannie, our child.
Stacey: What about iris?
Lucas: No, I got out of there before they knew about her. Look, I'm not gonna let this happen. I'm not gonna let some hotshot legislator ruin my life. Stacey: Lucas, if you get involved in some illegal scheme to get harrison out of the way, I swear to god I'll drop you so fast you won't know what happened to you.
Lucas: Ok, ok, relax. All right. I'm just blowing off some steam. I'm not gonna do anything stupid.
Stacey: Yeah, well, how am i supposed to know that?
Lucas: Trust me, ok?
Stacey: Trust you? Do you know what that sounds like in this day and age?
Lucas: Not when I say it.
Lucas: Besides, seems like the go cgressm has left D. I don't even know where he is.
Stacey: Lucas, somebody like that isn't too hard to track down.
Zack: I know how much trouble you went through on my behalf, congressman.
Grant: No trouble at all, zack. You were the most qualified and I didn't have to twist a single arm.
Zack: Well, althe same I'm very grateful. And I'm gonna do a good job. You won't regret it.
Grant: Well, I've never beenmore sure anything in my life.
Zack: Well--I'll be on my way.
Ted: Goodbye, zack.
Grant: See you in was ington.
Zack: I'm looking forward to it.
Grant: Good man, that zack edwards.
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Grant: Yeah, how many nuts and bolts have we subpoenaed so far?
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Elaine: I'm afraid there's one last battery of tests.
Grant: Oh, you people and your baers. Elaine: Th onehould do it.
Grant: Well, if it doesn' t I'm gonna have the H.E.W. Close you down.
Rachel: I'm sorry to leave here.
Ken: You are, uh?
Rachel: Yeah, I really am. What are you writing?
Rachel: I'm sorry. A diary?
Ken: Did you pack the mess kits?
Rachel: I dont believe you.
Ken: That's all right, I'll do it.
Rachel: What's the problem, ken?
Ken: You did pack them?
Rachel: Yeah, I did.
Ken: Then what's the problem?
Rachel: That's what I'm trying to figure out.
Ken: I don't follow you.
Rachel: I don't think you want to. That's what's makes you so annoying.
Ken: Huh? What did I do?
Rachel: I asked you a simple question. You snap your journal shut and change the subject as though i said something wrong.
Ken: Rachel, you're being unfair here.
Rachel: I don't think so. Me? Uh-uh.
Ken: Yeah. You see this is why you don't bring women on expeditions.
Rachel: Oh, please.
Ken: The men end up having to tiptoe all around.
Rachel: Oh, come on, this isn't a man/woman issue.
Ken: No? What is it?
Rachel: In spite of all your macho routine, you're a coward, ken.
>> Love will always be there love will [Indistinct] You and i love will always be there love will...
lucas: Oh, sharlene.
Sharlene: Hello, lucas.
Lucas: All right, look, if you're gonna give me any grief about...
sharlene: I came to see you. Your office told me you were here. That I could find you.
Lucas: Oh, that's great. Why do they do that? God forbid, you know someone could have...
sharlene: Lucas, I need to talk to you.
Lucas: Let me guess. Let me guess. You want to tell me that you want to talk about josie. And u dot like minfluenc on her and what this career is doing to her. And--
sharlene: What I want is for you to give me adequate notice before you print any more news items about her in the supermarket tabloids.
Lucas: Oh, yeah?
Lucas: How does josie feel about this?
Sharlene: Josie doesn't know what to think about it.
Lucas: Oh, I see. So you are going to do her thinking for her.
Sharlene: No, lucas. Don't you turn this back on me. Don'T.
Lucas: Brad is a very talented young man. Not to mention enormously successful.
Sharlene: How do you think matthew feels? And josie, what--this makes her look like she is some sort of cheap--
lucas: It makes her look like she's traveling in the right circles. The more people who are affected by this article, the better.
Sharlene: Well, you just don't get it, do you?
Lucas: Yeah, I get that you're resentful of your daughter's success.
Sharlene: I am not resentful. I nt hero keeper priorities straight. I want her to keep her perspective on what is important.
Lucas: Right. No, her career isn't important. Of course not.
Sharlene: I don't, you know, i don't know why I bother? Why do I think that you will understand?
Lucas: I understand that josie is growing away from you. That would happen anyway. Children grow up. They do their own thing. It's a fact of life, sharlene.
Sharlene: Well, thank you for the words of wisdom, lucas. It is always so uplifting talking to you.
Lucas: No, no wait a second. It's, it's really a shame.
Sharlene: What is?
Lucas: What happened to you.
Sharlene: What are you talking about?
Lucas: You've done a lot of work on yourself I mean.
Sharlene: I have worked very hard to be who I am today.
Lucas: That's--that's terrific. I admire that. But I think maybe, mbe you worked a little o hard maybe you've overcompensated.
Sharlene: You're crazy.
Lucas: Sharlene, you were--you were so free. So, so fun-loving. You used to laugh with this great baudy laugh. You didn't have a care in the world.
Sharlene: In other words, the exact opposite of who I am today?
Lucas: Yeah. Most of the time, anyway.
Sharlene: What did I wear?
Sharlene: What were my clothes like?
Lucas: What do you mean?
Sharlene: Did I dress differently?
Lucas: Well, yes. Of course you did.
Lucas: You dressed flashy. You--I remember this one green outfit you had was so incredibly skin tight. You were...
sharlene: Was it expensive?
Lucas: You don't remember that dress?
Sharlene: Lucas, I don'T. Just answer the question, please.
Lucas: Well, I guess it was expensive. I mean you only--you only, you know, shopped in very expensive boutiques.
Sharlene: So you would say that I was extravagant?
Lucas: Well, you certainly were when you went shopping with me, I'll tell you. $300 blouses, $500 boots. It was amazing. You know uh, it seemed like you were throwing every penny you made into your outfits. It's kind of sad when you think about it.
>> ...Don't turn around I don't want you seeing...
ken: Define coward for me, will you?
Rachel: Oh, I don't think you're afraid to risk life and limb. But when it comes to human relationships, I think they make you afraid.
Rachel: Yes, of getting too close to people.
Ken: Meaning you?
Rachel: You don't have to get panicked about this. I'm just talking about the fact that we just shared an important moment. At least it was important to me. But I guess you can't handle that. You just retreat back into this shell you've created for yourself.
Ken: What self-help book did you find that garbage in?
Rachel: Attacking me isn't gonna answer the question.
Ken: Rachel, I...
Ken: There are things you don't know. Storm coming in. Things I can't get into with you.
Rachel: Why not?
[Ken sighs] Like what?
Ken: I fixed the radio. I'm gonna call in the chopper. Be ready when it comes.
[Raining and thundering]
Rachel: Ken! I'm in here, in the cave. Here, I got it.
Rachel: Any re? Oh, great.
Ken: That's all I could grab. When it decides to storm out here, it gets serious in a hurry.
Rachel: Yeah, just like you. Cold, too.
Ken: Well, I'll get this lantern lit. It will give us some heat.
Rachel: How long is somethg ke this t to last?
Ken: It's hard to say. Could be several hours.
Rachel: So we're stuck in here for several hours? Wonderful.
Grant: You know those batteries tend to wear a man down, dr. Segal.
Dr. Segal: We'llavthis siion youailed down in short order, congressman.
Grant: Yes, I know. I've heard that tune before.
Dr. Segal: This last series of tests should show something. I'll throw a little weight around the lab. See if I can't speed things up.
Grant: Doctor--can you hold on? Or do you have to run?
John: No I'm--I got a little time.
Grant: I've got a lot of time, too, and some of it I can't kill.
John: Well, if it's a game of gin you're looking for, I'm afraid I don't have quite that much time.
Grant: Nope. No, gin. No games. I--I'd just like to talk.
John: Fine. Pick a subject.
Grant: This guy segal, is he-- is he really as good as he is supposed to be?
John: He's probably the best hematologist in the country. But for you, nothing but the best.
Grant: Does that bother you?
Grant: The fact that I get what I want.
John: You are who you are.
Grant: You know, I'm curious about your attitude towards women.
John: Nothing to be curious about. I like 'em.
Grant: Is that why you endorse this whole thing about commitment?
John: You make it sound like an amendment to the constitution.
Grant: Well, amendments I can handle. What I can't handle is the idea of the same face sitting across the breakfast table for the rest of my life. Uh-uh.
John: Why do you suppose that is?
Grant: Well, it's just that i want to keep my energies focused for my constituents.
John: Is that what you tell your fiancee?
Grant: I'm serious. I mean that.
John: Don't you want someone to come home to? Someone to talk to about all this stuff?
Grant: Why--why would I want that?
John: You know, it really is true--you do have ice water in your veins.
Grant: Well, it's for sure. I have no more blood.
John: I was talking to my wife about you. And since I can't reveal your identity I referred to you as "the ice man." It seemed quite appropriate.
Grant: That's alright. I've been called worse.
John: I'll vouch for that.
Grant: Did you tell her what an archaic and un-liberated male chauvinist I am?
John: Don't flatter yourself.
[Grant laughs] Actually I--I was talking to her about how you didn't bat an eye when I told you that your condition may be very serious.
Grant: I was cool, you mean?
Grant: Well, look, with what i have to do, that's the way i have to be.
John: Don't you think it would be good to have somebody to share this with you? To go through this experience with you? I mean, maybe you wouldn't have to be--
grant: Ah, you mean the love of a good woman?
John: Don't knock it. What about your fiancee? Shouldn't she be here?
Grant: Mainly, I shouldn't be here. Why don't you go kick segal's butt and get me out of here?
Lucas: You know it's really a shame. When you had a family you stopped having fun.
Lucas: It's like you're a different person.
>> But don't turn around 'cause you're gonna see my heart breaking
sharlene: I have to go, lucas. I'm sorry. Good-bye. Thank--thank you.
>> I don't want you seeing me crying just walk away
Man: What's the big rush?
Man and sharlene: [Chuckling]
Sharlene: Well, you sure do look fine in that uniform, cap.
Man: Talk about looking fine.
Sharlene: Hmm. If I weren't so busy, we could have a nice little chat.
Man: When won't you be so busy?
Sharlene: Never you mind. Yeah--hi, this is sharly watts. Yeah, I made an appointment the other day. Birth control, right. I was wondering, is there any way--or have you had any cancellations for today? Yeah, cause I'm kind of anxious to get this thing taken care of.
Zack: Stacey, I'm glad i caught up with you.
Stacey: Hey, zack.
Zack: How are you doing?
Stacey: All right.
Zack: Listen, I want to schedule some time and meet with you and cass.
Stacey: Why, is there a problem?
Zack: Oh, no, no. I just uh--I've made up my mind about washington.
Stacey: You're leaving us, aren't you?
Zack: Yes, I am.
[Raining and thundering]
Ken: What'd you say?
Ken: I thought you said something.
Rachel: No. I didn'T.
Ken: Can't hear for the thunder.
Rachel: I haven't seen a storm this violent in a long time.
Ken: Yeah, it's a good one, all right.
Rachel: I was thinking how this storm is sort of like my temper.
Rachel: Comes on suddenly, does a lot of damage and moves on.
Ken: Leaves a calm.
Rachel: [Laughs] Sometimes.
Ken: Sometimes the damage isn't all that damaging. It's just a clearing out of things.
Ken and rachel: I'm sor--
ken: Yeah, I guess we're both sorry. I think I'm a little sorrier than you are.
Rachel: Well, I didn't have to say all of that.
Ken: You spoke your mind.
Rachel: I went on too much.
Ken: You had every right to. I am secretive, rachel. I don't think I realized how much until now. How much I shut other people out. Sometimes it's the very people that I--I don't want to shut out.
Rachel: Well, maybe someday you'll feel as though you can talk to me. You've helped me a lot, you know. You've been very supportive. But I do get this feeling that you're keeping something from me. I mean, maybe I can help. I'd like to, if I could.
Ken: I'd like that, too. Maybe the day will come when you can.
Rachel: Well, what's wrong with now? ? B! 8
ken: The ancients knew about time and patience.
Rachel: Well, I can be patient if I have to.
Ken: Their lives were determined by the soil and the weather. They knew they couldn't control cycles of life.
Rachel: You mean they believed in fate?
Ken: They just knew things happened when they're supposed to happen.
Rachel: Oh, my gosh. They're indian drawings, aren't they?
Rachel: They must be hundreds of years old.
Rachel: What do they say?
Ken: They describe a search... for the sacred hunting vessel. And they're sad because they had to give up their quest.
Rachel: The vessel we found?
Ken: Amazing, huh?
Rachel: Oh, they were so close.
Ken: Well, they determined it was not their time.
Rachel: Why would it be our time?
Ken: Well, that's not for us to know. Our lives, our secrets... ...they're as insignificant as that storm out there. Rachel?
Lucas: Tell us about the new job.
Zack: Well, it's--it's really exciting. I've been appointed to the office of equal opportunity. Congressman harrison got me the appointment.
Lucas: That congressman is a busy guy, huh?
Zack: Yeah, yeah. I worked on his campaign. But I never really worked for him personally. Actually, I met him for the first time this morning.
Lucas: Oh, where was that?
Zack: Sorry, lucas. Its kind of hush-hush.
Stacey: Why's he hiding out?
Zack: Well, I'm quite sure when he makes a statement you'll read all about it. I got a feeling this guy loves the press, you know.
Lucas: That's--that's understandable. He has--he has big plans.
Zack: Yeah, yeah. Well, uh--stace, why don't you just hold on to these files and look them over? And then I'll come by later, or tomorrow morning, and then we can go over the final points, ok?
Stacey: Yeah, good idea.
Zack: Ok. Listen, I'll call you later, ok?
Stacey: Ok, zack. I'll talk to you later.
Lucas: Good luck.
Zack: Well, thanks. Ok.
Stacey: I'll see you later, zack.
Zack: All right, take care.
Stacey: Forget about it, lucas.
Lucas: What did I say?
Stacey: It's just in your look. Don't even try to locate harrison.
Lucas: Why would I do that?
Stacey: Because you want to confront him.
Lucas: I have no intention of confronting him.
Stacey: No. Because you're not even gonna be talking to him.
Lucas: Why are you going so nuts about this?
Stacey: I'm going nuts because this is my time. My investment into this case. I don't want to lose you now.
Lucas: You're not gonna lose anything.
Stacey: Tell me that you won't try to talk to him?
Lucas: I can't do that.
Lucas: Because a heart-to-heart might do some good.
Stacey: It would be a complete disaster.
Lucas: Why, stacey? I mean, if he hears my side, maybe harrison will let me plea bargain.
Stacey: Oh, says who, lucas?
Lucas: You have no trust in my persuasive ploys, do you?
Stacey: No, I have no trust in anything about this case. Lucas, if you so much as go near that guy they could misconstrue it and you're gonna land flat on your--
lucas: Yeah, yeah.
Stacey: Yeah, yeah, what?
Lucas: You're right.
Stacey: I'm right?
Stacey: Out of the blue, I'm right?
Lucas: Well, you usually are, you know. Besides, I don't even know where the guy is.
Stacey: Ok, where are you going?
Lucas: To call iris. Late for an appointment.
[Upbeat music playing]
Lucas: Winthrop and edwards? Yes. Did--did zack edwards leave a number where he could be reached? Well, I'm calling from here now and there--he's not here yet. Did he leave an earlier number? Thank you. Patient admission, please? I need some information on congressman harrison. Well, of course, I have security clearance. General barcroft. I need to deliver some documents to him. Can you please tell me what floor he's on? Thank you.
>> I shot the sheriff but I didn'T...
[Knock at door]
Grant: Come in. Well, 3 of you. And looking very, very serious, I might add. Well, the jury must be in. What's the verdict?
Sharlene: Stupid little witch. Oh, what is she trying to do to me?
[Whispers] No way. No way am I gonna let some little baby ruin something that nature made so damned perfect.
[Laughs] This is perfect. This is perfect for tonight. Ooh, my first private party. Oh, gah, I should have never tried to hide this from sharlene at the farm. That's a bad mistake. That's a bad mistake. You can't afford mistakes. Never again. No, sharlene tried to ruin my life once before. I'm not gonna let it happen again. I'm gonna get rid of that witch once and for all.
Dr. Segal: I won't bore you with technical jargon.
Grant: All right, then in non-technical terms what's the story?
Dr. Segal: This particular blood disorder falls into a class of disorders in which a great deal of research is being done.
Elaine: Enormous research. Some of the finest medical minds in the world.
Dr. Segal: With controlled diet, exercise and such, we should have you on the road to recovery in no time.
Grant: Hey, it sounds great. Well, listen, thank you guys for the news. But if I don't throw you out of here I am not gonna get any work done, so--
elaine: Of course, congressman.
Dr. Segal: I'll pop in from time to time.
Grant: You do that. Oh, dr. Hudson, could you hang on for a minute? I'd like you to help me with this extensive menu.
Grant: Those two are the best, aren't they, at flinging it?
John: What would you like to know?
Grant: This thing that I have, how serious is it?
John: Very serious.
Grant: Ok, let's just get down to the bottom line. Will it kill me?
[Raining and thundering]
Frankie: Ugh. Welcome to dry, sunny arizona.
Pilot: We get our share of rain.
Cass: Ok. Let's get down to business. This is where we want you to fly us.
Cass: But we were told you were the best. That you could put a helicopter down anywhere.
Pilot: I can. But not in weather like this.
Frankie: Well, maybe it's not raining up there.
Pilot: It's doing worse than that. Electrical storm stretches from there clear up to the mountains. I saw the radar.
Cass: It's a matter of life or death!
Pilot: That's why I'm not going.
Cass: Ok, you want some more money? How much do you want?
Pilot: I'm telling you it's too dangerous. No amount of money is going to get me up in this.
Cass: Then how the hell are we gonna get out there?
Pilot: You're not. You just gonna have to wait it out. You have my number.
Cass: We can't just stick around here.
Frankie: Are you sure it's that urgent?
Cass: There's no way this guy is legitimate. He's using rachel.
Rachel: Yeah. It does look that way.
Cass: I don't even want to think about what might happen once he gets what he's after.
[Rain and thunder continues]
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