GH Transcript Tuesday 10/10/06

General Hospital Transcript Tuesday 10/10/06

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Max: Oh. Dessert, Mrs. C.?

Carly: Thanks, Max!

Max: Oh, oh.

[Max groans]

Jax: Max? Hey.

Carly: He's just faking again. You're wasting your time. Max, get up.

Max: Oh.

Jax: Are you sure about this?

Carly: Oh.

Jax: Hey.

Carly: You know -- poor, poor Max. Cream puff?

[Max groans]

Colleen: Nikolas, are you all right? What are you doing?

Nikolas: I'm just -- I'm tired of lying around. Things need to be done.

Colleen: It's too soon. The doctor said you could do more to damage the ligament.

Nikolas: Yeah, but my grandmother's out there. I can't just sit around and wait for her to make the --

[Nikolas groans]

Colleen: Easy, easy. I've got you.

[Nikolas sighs]

Epiphany: That's all of it.

Alexis: It's more paperwork to get out of the hospital than it is to buy my house.

[Epiphany chuckles]

Epiphany: Where would we be without red tape?

Alexis: Thank you -- for your advice about the chemo. You of all people made most of the difference.

Epiphany: Living proof it works.

Alexis: So I'm -- I'm pushing past the fear and I'm going to start the chemo.

Epiphany: So where's your husband? He's taking you home, right?

Alexis: If I can beat cancer, I can certainly find my own way home.

Ric: Oh! Hey! What the hell's wrong with you?

Jason: You leave her alone.

Ric: What's wrong with you? I was only talking to Elizabeth. What's gotten you so crazy?

Elizabeth: Stop, please. It was just a misunderstanding.

Jason: Stay away from her.

Ric: I didn't do anything! I was just talking to Elizabeth about her pregnancy. Since when is that your problem?

Dr. Trent: You're still here. I got your blood work back.

Alexis: Good, because I'm hoping you're going to tell me that I can delay the chemo just a couple of days. I'd like a couple of days just to feel normal.

Dr. Trent: I know it, but we canít. Your tumor markers are elevated.

Alexis: Well, thanks, Dr. Downer. Can't blame me for trying.

Dr. Trent: Your first treatment's tomorrow.

Alexis: So what do I need to be prepared for?

Dr. Trent: Well, it's a -- it's a long process, about six hours. You'll start on I.V. fluids and anti-nausea meds, and that'll prepare you for the two primary drugs, Displatin and Docetaxel.

Alexis: Right -- kitchen bleach and rat poison. I'm salivating at the thought.

Dr. Trent: We'll start you off on light doses and we'll monitor you the entire time. Oh, and by the way, you may want to bring some reading material or some C.Dís. Once you get over your first bout of nerves, it's all pretty boring.

Alexis: Oh, good. Well, I'll take a nap, crochet an afghan. You know I like to multitask.

Dr. Trent: You'll do fine, Alexis. You'll get through this. Your next treatment isn't for another three weeks.

Alexis: So what about tonight? What can I expect?

Dr. Trent: Have a good dinner and eat hearty. It may be the last appetite you have for a while. I'll see you tomorrow.

[Alexis sighs]

Epiphany: No, don't argue me. Hospital policy, something to do with insurance no doubt.

Alexis: I would never argue with Miss Bossy.

Epiphany: Hmm. Are we waiting for Sam --?

Alexis: No.

Epiphany: Or your nephew?

Alexis: Sam is taking the kids to the observatory, Nikolas has a knee injury. I called a cab.

Epiphany: Mm-hmm.

Alexis: Mm-hmm. I'm fine.

Epiphany: Mm-hmm.

Alexis: Mm-hmm. I don't like being fussed over.

[Epiphany chuckles]

Both: Mm-hmm.

Nikolas: I guess I need a little more help than I realized.

Colleen: Do you really want to risk reinjuring yourself?

Nikolas: I -- I just want to be able to welcome my aunt home from the hospital and go to the nursery to see my son if I want to, that's all.

Colleen: I can't allow it, Nikolas.

Nikolas: And just how do you intend on stopping me, Colleen?

Colleen: I have ways. I'll stand in front of the door and I won't let you pass. Believe me, in your condition, I could knock you over with my pinky finger.

Nikolas: Ok, wait, wait -- you're Spencerís nurse, not mine. Ok? What? Oh -- you're serious right now?

Colleen: You bet I am. Spencer needs you healthy.

Nikolas: God. This is so frustrating right now. Both my aunt and my brother are in dire straits. I'm disappointed that I can't take that trip to Greece with Emily and Spencer, and my leg is throbbing. But other than that, life is swell.

Colleen: I'm sorry.

Nikolas: No, I'm sorry. I shouldn't have snapped at you. That was rude.

Colleen: Well, if you let me make you comfortable there, I'll accept your apology.

Nikolas: And you're not going to apologize for threatening me?

Colleen: No, because I doubt I could actually knock you over with my pinky.

Max: Oh. Oh.

Jax: I don't think he's faking.

Carly: Hmm.

Max: Oh.

Carly: He doesn't like for me to have fun. He got that from Sonny, right, Milo?

Milo: Yeah. They're not buying it.

Max: Oh.

Milo: Come on, give it up, bro.

Max: Ah.

Jax: I really do think he's in distress.

Max: Oh.

Carly: Max? Max? Where does it hurt?

Max: Right here.

Carly: Can you breathe?

Max: Yeah.

Jax: Do you have any pain in your arms or going up to your jaw?

Max: No, not really.

Jax: Well, that's good.

Carly: What -- go get the car.

Max: Oh.

Carly: You're going to go to the hospital. I'm sorry, Max. I thought you were messing around with me again, but I have something very important to tell you.

Max: What is it, Mrs. C.?

Carly: If I find out you're faking, I'm going to kill you myself.

Max: Oh.

Jax: Michael?

[Max groans]

Jax: Who are you planning on calling?

Michael: I don't know.

Jax: Wouldn't be your father, would it?

Audrey: Now, believe me, I want the two of you to work this out, but you -- you can't go in and out of Shadybrook and expect it to work.

Lucky: You know what? I'm going to go right back when I see Elizabeth. There's just -- there's something that she needs to hear from me. I'll wait out on the front porch.

Audrey: Oh, no, now, wait a minute. Don't be ridiculous. Stay here. Come on, sweetness. But remember Elizabethís condition, huh? All right, let's go. Up you go, pick up, pick up. We're out of here big boy.

Lucky: Bye, guy.

Audrey: Yes.

[Car approaches]

Lucky: Oh. Whew. Yes?

Man: Is "Elizabeth Spencer" here?

Lucky: She'll be back soon. I'm her husband. I can sign for it. †All right, thanks.

Elizabeth: This is all my fault. I came unglued over what happened with Lucky tonight and now I've dragged you both into my problems.

Ric: You didn't drag me into anything, Elizabeth. I just wanted to help.

Elizabeth: Alexis starts chemotherapy tomorrow. She needs your help. I'm fine.

Ric: All right. At least let me drive you home.

Elizabeth: I'm fine, Ric, really. And I need to speak with Jason. †We need to be a little more careful. I don't want anybody suspecting anything.

Jason: I know, I know. I'm sorry, I lost it. I know the last thing you need is for Ric to know what's going on with the baby.

Helena: I hear that you have been spreading rumors about me. Now, why would you behave so badly after all I've done for you?

Colleen: What rumors?

Helena: Oh, everything -- from threatening you in the park to the butler's silly heart attack, to Nikolas' unfortunate fall from the horse.

[Voices talking]

Colleen: If you want to see Spencer, wait to hear from me. I'll let you know when it's safe.

Helena: You have a different agenda for Nikolas, don't you? Have you fallen in love with my grandson? Or is it the family fortune you covet?

Max: Oh.

Carly: Oh. Are you better?

Max: Uh --

Jax: I can help you take him out.

Max: Wait -- donít.

Carly: Are you having another attack?

Jax: No. It's better. It's definitely better.

Milo: Maybe it was just heartburn.

Jax: Did you have anything unusual to eat?

Max: No.

Milo: Yes.

Jax: What did you have for dinner, Max?

Michael: Chicken tostadas.

Milo: Linguine with clams.

Carly: Ok, you need to fess up.

Max: And a couple of cream puffs. When I get nervous, I eat. All right?

Carly: Oh.

Max: I -- I feel better now. I don't have to go to the hospital.

Carly: Ok, you know what? Maybe it's heartburn, but I'm not taking any chances. You're going to take your brother to the emergency room and call me the second you see a doctor. Do you understand?

Max: Yeah.

Carly: Now. Go. Come on, let's go. Not you. Have a seat.

Max: Linguine with clams?

Carly: I don't know how to get through to you, Michael. I mean, I don't expect much from your brother because he can't comprehend what's going on, but you can. You're old enough, you're observant, and you're smart, so you know what that means?

Michael: That I know stuff just because I know stuff.

Carly: Yes. I mean, after I sit here tonight and I talk to you, I expect it to sink in, after I have yet another conversation about how Sonny and I are allowed to have separate lives, and it's very important for me to spend time with Jax. Look, I get the spilling of the wine, the worm in the salad, and even little Morgan putting that water bottle up against his head to fake a fever. But you were about to use Max's illness to call your father to fly home so he could ruin my evening with Jax. That's serious business. I want you to be honest with me and I want you to tell me right now what you're so afraid of.

Michael: You really think that you're going to marry my mom, don't you?

[Jason sighs]

Jason: Look, I -- I know this is a bad time for you right now. I'm -- I'm sorry for making it worse.

Elizabeth: What did you think Ric was going to do to me?

Jason: I didn't think. That's -- that's the problem. I saw him touch you and anytime I see the guy, I just want to kill him.

Elizabeth: And I completely understand that, but he didn't mean me any harm.

Jason: Ric always has an angle, even with you.

Elizabeth: Well, I have to get to work.

Jason: Could I walk you?

Elizabeth: No.

Jason: Do you --

Elizabeth: No, that's -- I'll be fine. Can you do me a favor? Until we get the paternity test back, I need you to forget that this baby could be yours. That's what I need right now.

Nikolas: I heard voices out here.

Colleen: That was me telling the night maid to be careful not to wake Spencer. He finally fell asleep.

Nikolas: It sounded like my grandmother, which I'm sure is crazy because you would scream your head off if it were her. Oh!

Colleen: You worry too much.

Nikolas: Years of practice, I guess. Would you mind grabbing those contracts off my desk? I'm just going to take a look at them while I'm lying here.

Colleen: You really are a type-A personality.

Nikolas: Yeah.

Colleen: I'll get you a fresh ice pack, too.

Nikolas: All right. That would be great, thank you.

Colleen: Alfred, you shouldn't be carrying that. Let me.

Alfred: Oh. It was a bit heavy. I didn't realize --

Colleen: Nikolas needs you to refresh this for him, and on your way back, he wants the contracts on his desk. I'll serve his tea.

Colleen: I traded with Alfred -- the ice pack for your evening tea.

[Nikolas chuckles]

Nikolas: You didn't have to do that.

Colleen: I don't mind a bit.

Nikolas: Thank you. Hmm. †Oh.

[Alexis sighs]

Ric: Hello? Alexis.

Alexis: Hi.

Ric: What are you --?

Alexis: Uh --

Ric: I was supposed to pick you up in an hour.

Alexis: You know what? No, I -- I got them to give me an early release because I -- it was as much as I could take of that place.

Ric: Well, you know what? I would've picked you up if I would've known.

Alexis: Five more minutes would've been unbearable. I'm fine. I got here just fine.

Ric: Welcome home. You know, I -- I had a couple of things that I wanted to -- I wanted to do before you got back.

Alexis: Well, I'm -- I'm just happy to be here. I'm really ok and I'm glad to have a little breathing room before the girls get here.

Ric: Yeah. Well, it'll be just us. Tired?

Alexis: Not really, no. What you got in that bag?

Ric: Oh -- it's actually -- it's something for your homecoming. It was supposed to be a surprise. I wanted to put together a little homecoming dinner. Dr. Trent said it was ok.

Alexis: Oh, you talked to Dr. Trent?

Ric: Yeah. I -- I get special dispensation as the husband. You know, I -- I talked to a few people -- you know, survivors, chemo patients, and there's a lot of support groups out there that you can actually -- what?

Alexis: No, go ahead. I'm sorry.

Ric: Wait. No, no, no. It's ok, really. I'm --

Alexis: No, I -- I just --

Ric: Glad I -- funny. What, what -- what is it that --

Alexis: I was thinking that it's strange that you started a support group already.

Ric: Yeah, it is -- it is sort of strange, isn't it, but it was important. Ok, so I didn't really join the support group. I waited outside and I cornered a few people and asked them some questions. I don't know -- it's amazing what people will say when you actually show an interest in them. You know, it's pretty mild out tonight. You want to have dinner on the deck?

Alexis: I'd love it.

Elizabeth: I came to pick up tomorrow's rotation. Why is it here and not on the second floor?

Epiphany: Who knows? It was left where it was left. You ought to think about putting in for some vacation days. I could use the break.

Maxie: Dr. Lee, do you have those pamphlets that we talked about?

Kelly: I sure do.

Maxie: Great. Thank you. I'm really excited about our appointment next week. I mean, everything just completely changes when you know you're having a baby.

Audrey: Lucky, did I hear someone at the door?

Lucky: Some guy lost his way.

Audrey: Oh. Well, I hope you helped him out.

Jax: Your mother and I haven't really talked about marriage. We're -- we're not at that place yet.

Michael: Don't say you're just friends.

Jax: No, no, we're more than friends. Now, whatever happens between us, it won't change your relationship with your mother or your father or with me, for that matter, because I consider you a friend.

Michael: Good, because then I won't have to call you "dad," which I wonít.

Carly: Michael.

Jax: No, no, it's ok. Sonny's your father, I'm not, just like I'm not your uncle or your brother or -- or anyone else for that matter. You know, I'm -- I'm really happy that you've got your father and your mother to care for you, and I won't ever get in the way of that. Ok?

Carly: You know, if you go upstairs and you play nicely with your brother and you let Jax and I finish our date, I'll forget about all that junk you did earlier and I won't punish you. Is that a deal?

Michael: I'd rather be punished. Oh, and mom was married to someone else besides dad, and that didn't last long.

Carly: Michael!

Jax: Well, I'm not Lorenzo Alcazar, Michael.

Carly: Go.

Jax: Good night.

Carly: Oh. Oh. I'm so, so sorry.

Jax: No, don't be silly. He's young, you know? He's speaking from his heart. He doesn't want to see you with anyone besides Sonny. I understand that.

Carly: You know, whatever way Michael blows, Morgan follows.

Jax: Yeah, well, it's going to take a little work. It's ok.

Carly: But not tonight -- not tonight. I want to be alone with you, finally. You know, you're so good with him. I hope one day he appreciates you as much as I do.

[Door opens and closes]

Jax: Well --

Carly: Oh, great.

Jason: Where's -- where's Max and Milo?

Carly: They're not here. There was an emergency and they had to go to the hospital. Sonny's not here, either, but he's been interrupting and ruining the entire night from wherever he is and I am so sick and tired of it.

Jason: Of -- of what?

Carly: You know, it doesn't matter. I'm glad you're here. Why don't you stay and help me out.

Nikolas: Why don't you stay and join me for a cup?

Colleen: Thank you, but I'm a coffee person.

Nikolas: Well, I like coffee in the morning, but at night, it's always tea. It must have been all that strong coffee I had growing up in Greece. It kept me up half the night. You ever been to Greece?

Colleen: The closest I've ever gotten is this funky little restaurant I fell in love with in the East Village. It was just this little hole in the wall, but they had food that was to die for. And the couple that ran it were just so wonderful -- even if you couldn't understand a word they were saying. Dimitri and --

Nikolas: Melina? Delphi on Second?

Colleen: You know it?

[Nikolas chuckles]

Nikolas: The best souvlaki in Manhattan.

Colleen: Melina makes the hummus fresh every day.

Nikolas: And I can't even believe that you know Delphi.

Colleen: Oh, you thought it was your little secret?

Nikolas: Wouldn't it be funny if we had been there at the same time and didn't even know it?

Alexis: It's so good. It is really so good.

Ric: Oh.

Alexis: I didn't know you could cook like this.

Ric: Hmm.

Alexis: You shouldn't have hidden that from me all this time.

Ric: Well, I always said that you underestimate me. Speaking of which -- you'll never guess who I got to grant the arraignment against Bosley Industries. Your favorite constitutional tyrant.

Alexis: Palmer?

Ric: Mm-hmm.

Alexis: Oh, my God. Palmer?

Ric: Oh, yeah.

Alexis: Oh, my. You must have found some nasty skeletons in his closet.

Ric: Oh, come on. Are you saying the only way I can get a judge to agree to my way of thinking is to blackmail him?

Alexis: If it's Marty Palmer, yeah.

Ric: Thanks.

Alexis: You know, you should use that environmental expert at M.I.T. It's your ace in the hole.

Ric: Yes, it's already in the works.

Alexis: But don't use the field inspector, because the man has dentures, and they clatter when he talks, so it distracts the jury.

Ric: Mm-hmm.

Alexis: I mean, I'm just saying --

Ric: Oh, ok.

Alexis: That he's -- he's not a very strong witness.

Ric: Ok.

Alexis: Am I wrong?

Ric: No, no, I'm just saying that I'd probably be jotting down notes right now if I didn't think you were going to lord it over me.

Alexis: Hmm. I want to clear the dishes.

Ric: No, no, no, stay -- stay right where you are, ok?

Ric: Here you go. How's that? Is that better?

Alexis: That was really good. For a minute there, I actually felt like I was normal.

Maxie: You know, I really appreciate you fitting me in. You have a great reputation as an ob-gyn, and I'm determined to have the best care for my baby.

Kelly: Have you told the father yet?

Maxie: He's always wanted a child of his own. Maybe I could get him to come to one of our appointments. Not right now. He's tied up for a little while, but as soon as he's freed up. Thanks again.

Epiphany: Any chance you'd like to pick up a shift tonight? Elizabeth?

Elizabeth: I don't feel well. I have to go home.

Carly: Look, I want you to take Michael and Morgan back to your place and let them have a sleepover. They keep trying to sabotage my evening with Jax.

Jason: Then why did you set up a date here?

Jax: That's a good question. I'll be outside, ok?

Carly: Thanks.

Jason: Ok, I'm not here to get in the middle of whatever this is.

Carly: Then why are you here? Did Sonny send you to spy on me?

Jason: No, I had to actually pick up some papers. I had to make sure there were enough guards. I'm actually dealing with a little bit of a problem right now, and I want to make sure you and the boys are covered, ok? Mario's at the gate, Carlo is out front. Where is Max and Milo?

Carly: Max had too much to eat, ok? He thought he was having a heart attack. He's fine, we think, but Milo took him to the emergency room. Look, I just want to finish my evening in peace, so please take the boys with you, because Leticia is out on a date.

Jason: What did Michael do?

Carly: You know what? It's not what Michael did. It's Sonny. He made sure the repairs were held up on my house so I would have to stay here for a long time.

Jason: Ok, so then you invited Jax over to get back at Sonny?

Carly: It's the least he deserves.

Jason: Why -- why are you -- why are you antagonizing him? Why -- just let it go, ok? Avoid a disaster before it happens, Carly. Let it go.

Nikolas: Thank you.

Colleen: You'll sleep well tonight. It's been a tiring day.

Nikolas: This must be a pretty dull life for someone who's used to living in Manhattan, huh? You miss the nightlife, the culture.

Colleen: No, I never had much of a social life. You stick me in a park with my nose in a book, I was pretty happy. Other than that, I always made work my priority.

Nikolas: And what about that boyfriend of yours? Karl -- is that his name?

Colleen: I can't believe you remembered. Yeah, I was crazy about Karl. He was smart and handsome. I could never understand why he was interested in me.

Nikolas: No, don't say that. You have a lot to offer any man, Colleen.

Colleen: It's amazing what a woman will tolerate.

Nikolas: No. No, some people can't help the way they feel. At least you recognized it was a problem.

Colleen: Right. I used to read fairy tales to their little girl. "Sleeping Beauty," "Snow White." You know, it's hard not to buy into that, you know? The chance that Prince Charming will waken you with a kiss and take you away on his beautiful horse.

Nikolas: Sorry.

Colleen: Um -- you'd think I'd know better by now.

Nikolas: Hmm.

Alfred: Excuse me.

Colleen: Oh.

Alfred: I came for the tray, Sir.

Nikolas: Thank you, Alfred.

Alfred: Anything else I can get you, Nikolas?

Nikolas: No. No, that's -- I'm fine. I'm going to turn in, I think.

Alfred: Good idea, Sir. Let's go, colleen.

Colleen: Good night, Nikolas.

Nikolas: Hey, Colleen -- don't give up your idea of your prince on a horse. You never know.

Alexis: I can't believe it took the specter of chemotherapy to get you to do the dishes.

Ric: Well -- well, watching you fight for your life is highly motivating. Keep it up, I'll start painting the trim or something. There you go. Dr. Trent didn't say anything about indulging in alcohol.

Alexis: They're going to pump poison through my body tomorrow. I hardly think a little pinot noir is going to hurt anything.

Ric: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, wait a minute. Wait a minute. To your health.

Alexis: I second that. I was thinking that chemo is really just a notch above leeches for arthritis, or using a nuclear warhead to kill a mosquito. It's going to suck all the energy that I have right out of me.

Ric: Well, it'll destroy the cancer. That is the point.

Alexis: We're also going to be pulling globs of hair out of the sink. Molly and Kristina are going to be pretty scared when they see mommy bald. And we're not talking about the nice, neat Sinead OíConnor look.

Ric: Huh.

Alexis: We're talking about nasty handfuls of hair, with ugly wisps left behind. It's horrible.

Ric: Well, maybe there's something I could do.

Carly: Sonny started this. He manipulated me into staying here, so if he gets a nasty dose of the truth, he has no one to blame but himself.

Jason: So you are here to punish Sonny? You admit that?

Carly: No, I admit no such thing!

Jason: Then why aren't you and Jax at the hotel for the evening?

Carly: I do not have to adjust my life for Sonny.

Jason: This is his house. Have a little respect.

Carly: He wanted me here. You know? Ok. But with Milo and Max gone and Sonny away, the boys are really safe with you.

Jason: You know, you're right. You are right.

Jax: So what's he doing?

Jason: I'm making myself comfortable. The boys and I aren't going anywhere tonight.

Lucky: Elizabeth --

Elizabeth: Go back to rehab.

Lucky: We need to talk first.

Elizabeth: There is nothing you can say that I want to hear.

Lucky: Well, listen anyway.

Elizabeth: I already know! Maxie's pregnant.

Lucky: I went to the hospital to tell you, but you walked away before I could. You didn't give me the chance to say what I wanted --

Elizabeth: Chance? I gave you a million chances. I have done nothing but give you chance after chance, and now she's pregnant. Nice work, Lucky.

Lucky: It doesn't have to change what's happened between us.

Elizabeth: It changes everything.

Lucky: These change everything.

Elizabeth: Just sign them, Lucky. Please. If you really love me, you'll just sign them.

Colleen: Good night, Prince Charming.

[Spencer cries]

Lucky: I will never sign those divorce papers. I won't give up on us.

Elizabeth: There's nothing left to fight for. You are about to have a whole new life with Maxie and the child you conceived together.

Lucky: I would never, ever walk away from you and our baby.

Elizabeth: I told you what would happen if you ever touched drugs again.

Lucky: Wait, wait -- Maxie -- Maxie was a terrible mistake. It's you that I love. You just got to give us a chance, Elizabeth.

Elizabeth: What makes you think we could ever be happy again? Maxie is pregnant with your child. She will forever be a permanent part of your life!

Lucky: No, you are my -- my life. You are my life. My place is with you. You and our family.

Elizabeth: Go to rehab, Lucky.

Lucky: Elizabeth --

Elizabeth: Just go. Please.

Ric: No, you know what? It's -- this is -- this is a bad idea. It's really --

Alexis: Well, you can't just come out here with a present and then take it back.

Ric: No, no, it's -- it's just not a good idea. You're going to hate it. You're going to hate me. It's --

Alexis: Hey, no guts, no glory. Besides, I've already seen it.

Ric: Ok. Well, it occurred to me when I was talking to one of those -- those chemo patients --

Alexis: That you met in the support group that you never joined?

Ric: Yeah, one of those.

Alexis: So what's in that box that you're holding on to like the Holy Grail?

Ric: Right. Um -- one woman that I spoke to -- she -- she told me that the hardest part of the whole procedure wasn't necessarily the chemo, or the labs, or the surgeries. She said it was -- it was looking in the mirror and thinking that her husband wasn't going to find her -- which is not true -- it's -- it's not true at all, Alexis. I -- oh. I think you're beautiful. I've always thought you're beautiful. I -- I probably don't tell you enough. But you have this light inside of you that shines through. I mean, sometimes, it -- it goes away, because you're angry or you're -- you're hurt, but -- or when you were diagnosed with cancer, and you -- you were afraid, but -- I mean, it's just -- it's always there. It's there right now, and -- look, I just want you to know you should never think that you're not beautiful to me. But just in case --

Alexis: Oh, dear Lord.

Ric: Mm-hmm.

Alexis: You bought me a wig?

Ric: Told you it's a bad idea.

[Alexis laughs]

Alexis: You bought me a wig!

Ric: Yeah.

Alexis: That is the most abs--

Ric: Right. Good, good. That's great. I made you cry. Wonderful.

Alexis: No, you made me laugh.

Ric: That's -- that's -- that's a good thing, I guess, huh?

Alexis: It's the best! It is the best!

Ric: I don't know. It's just not your color, I guess.

Alexis: There's highlights in it.

Ric: You know, I got -- I got something else for you.

Alexis: No, don't! I can't take any more.

Ric: No, no, no, this one's -- this one's all mine. Yeah. Yeah. Help you out. Here. Reach in.

Alexis: Ahem. Here.

Ric: That's -- that's great. Here. Reach in there.

Alexis: Oh. Hmm. It's the Eiffel Tower.

Ric: Mm-hmm, that's the Eiffel Tower.

Alexis: That's what I said --

Ric: Yeah.

Alexis: It's the Eiffel Tower. Is this supposed to mean something?

Ric: Well -- um -- I want it to. I want you to hold it when you're going through the procedure. You know, kind of a talisman of hope. And I want it to be a reminder to you, because when -- when you're done with your chemo and the doctors say that it's ok, I really -- I want us to go to Paris. I want us to see the Eiffel Tower, you know? I want us to have what we didn't have, and that was a real honeymoon. You know, the two of us. I just want to --

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