General Hospital Transcript Wednesday 1/28/09
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Patrick: We got the survivors out of the O.R. We did what we could for them. We realized that it spread to the rest of the hospital and we were looking at multiple casualties. Little did we know that the real disaster hadn't even started yet. But I was handling it. I was making decisions. I was setting priorities. And then between everything, talking to you guys, keeping you up to date, I couldn't stop thinking about one of our O.R. nurses, Elizabeth Webber or Spencer. I'm not sure which she's going by right now. But she's got these two little boys, and I couldn't -- I couldn't stop thinking about Elizabeth leaving her two little boys. And I should have been thinking about Robin and Emma. I should have been with them.
Winnifred: Yes, sir. Michael "Sonny" Corinthos. Anthony Zacchara. Jason Morgan. Sir, I don't think you can put him in the same category as -- no, sir! You're wrong, sir. Damian Spinelli is a wonderful, brave, selfless, patriotic individual who -- okay, you want facts? Here are the facts. Damian Spinelli did not have to be in that hospital. He knew what he was facing, and he went anyway. He risked his life to save those people. So I'm not going to put his name on a list with alleged criminals. You know what, sir? I'm telling you. You need to make a new list, a list of heroes. And at the top of the list you need to put the Jackal, Damian Spinelli.
Jason: You saw what happened to the Russians, right? Now you don't want that to happen to you or your people. No, look, it's not a threat. I'm just appealing to you in the spirit of mutual cooperation. So do you want to answer some of my questions or not? All right, good, good. So have you sold any of the cargo from the truck you hijacked? Just the weapons? Just the weapons, nothing else? Now did you sell directly to a buyer? What did he look like?
Nikolas: Happy birthday, baby. I miss you. I'm sure that comes as a big shock to you, right? Now that's one thing that will never change, no matter how much time goes by, because you're still everywhere. You know, I still walk into the living room, and I can see you on the couch with your nose stuck in some medical book. When I go to the hospital for a board meeting -- and you know how much I love those board meetings, right? I can still see you standing behind the desk, reading the charts and giggling with Elizabeth about something. Sometimes I wonder if we lived in, like, Manhattan or Los Angeles or some other sprawling metropolis like that, would it be easier to maneuver through the day without getting slapped in the face with some memory? I don't know. I don't know because we shared a space together. It was a home. It was our home. And it -- damn, it hits me every single day I wake up, every day. I wake up, and I see that gargoyle in the bedroom, and I can literally hear you teasing me about it, reminding me to keep it real, despite all the princely paraphernalia and --
Nikolas: Yeah, yeah, I miss you a lot.
Nikolas: And I'm really sorry, but I have to tell you that I met someone. And no, she's great. She's funny, really funny, light, pure.
Nikolas: Kind of just like you. And I thought that's what I needed, but she's just not you.
Nikolas: I swear, Emily, I have tried so hard, so hard, to open my heart.
Nikolas: I'm just still so in love with you, I can't.
Carly: Okay, we need to make sure the catering truck gets to the hospital early because I don't want these potential benefactors standing around eating from that crappy vending machine and drinking that terrible coffee.
Olivia: Okay, it's already taken care of.
Carly: Wow, you're, like, on top of things.
Olivia: It's not that hard to anticipate.
Carly: I'm going to like having you around here.
Olivia: Well, good. I'm going to like being here.
Lulu: Carly, I need to talk to you right now or I'm going to cut off all my hair and swear off relationships forever.
Olivia: Uh-oh, the dreaded hair-clipping phase. All right, you've got your work cut out for you.
Carly: Hey, take a breath. Tell me what happened. What's going on?
Lulu: I am starting to think after all these years that my dad had the right idea. You know, to just be emotionally unavailable and, if all else fails, hit the road. Anything to avoid making a real life, having a real job, and putting up with someone just because you have the misfortune of loving them.
Carly: I take it things aren't going so well between you and Johnny?
Lulu: No, they are not going well. He is not an easy person. He is dark and moody and -- trust me when I tell you, his family has screwed him up royally.
Carly: So which personality trait in particular are you ticked off at?
Lulu: Well, let's see. Johnny loves what he hates, so he's always in conflict. He hates the Zacchara name and being known as the mob heir apparent, but he loves the power and the privilege that comes with it. He loves scaring people. And now that he's left his family, he's not scaring anyone anymore. So guess what he's done now?
Carly: He's decided that it's all your fault.
Lulu: Yes, thank you.
Sonny: Kate, the last time I saw you, you froze me out at the hotel. Remember that? You told me you didn't want anything to do with me. Now you're in my living room. Is everything okay? Have you got something to tell me?
Kate: Yeah, no.
Kate: I should probably tell you why I'm not going to be at the benefit tonight for Michaelís foundation.
Sonny: Why didn't you tell me before, at the hotel?
Kate: Uh, because I'm telling you now, unless you don't want to hear it.
Sonny: I want to hear it.
Kate: So I can say it?
Kate: Um, I fully intend to make a generous donation. And I would really like to be there in person to show support, but I'm sure it would be self-gratification on my part. I'm sure I wouldn't add anything positive to Carly's evening and --
Sonny: That's nice.
Kate: Probably not to yours, either.
Sonny: Look, listen to me. You don't have to stay away on my behalf because I never mind having you around.
Kate: Oh, that night, Sonny -- that night, it still haunts me. You know, that surreal moment when Michael was shot, it's just inconceivable what I was seeing with my own eyes. It's completely inconceivable. And you know we never really came back from that moment. I mean, really, every step that we took was a reaction to that moment.
Sonny: Whoever shot Michael or was responsible cost me everything. My sons, I can barely see my daughter, it cost me the woman that I love. And I think about that all the time. Was there somebody else involved aside from that guy Devlin? But I do know that soon the door will open, and that piece of scum will be revealed to me.
Kate: But what if you find out who that person is, Sonny? What will you do?
Claudia: Sorry. I didn't realize that we had company.
Elizabeth: What happened?
Paramedic: Head-on collision. Contusions, patient complains of pain in her wrists.
Sam: Yeah, but I'm sure it's just a sprain, which is what I tried to tell this nice man, but he insisted on bringing me here anyway.
Elizabeth: That's why he's good at his job. Come with me.
Sam: Thank you. That guy came out of nowhere like a bat out of hell.
Matt: You're distracted.
Patrick: I'm doing my job.
Matt: Why? You don't have to. I'm perfectly capable of taking over here. Okay, look. You have your wife and a newborn baby at home alone with a blizzard on the way. This is one patient out of many, surrounded by one of the greatest surgical teams General Hospital has to offer, if I don't mind saying so myself. So if you think that there's a chance Robin might need --
Jason: White male, mid 30's, five-ten, 170 pounds. All right, I've got it. Now listen, I'm going to do you a favor in return, okay? I'm going to give you a heads up. This is a lot more trouble than you want to handle. I would get the hell out of town as soon as you can. No, I can't tell you anything, okay? You're going to have to trust me that I know what I'm talking about. Just leave that truck on the north side of Route 10, three miles past the railroad crossing, keys in the ignition, remaining cargo intact and get the hell out of there and pray that it ends there. Did you get it?
Spinelli: Yeah, for what it's worth. I mean, there may be millions of men in the New York registry of motor vehicles that fit that description. How do you want me to proceed?
Jason: Well, you're done. I'm done, we're done. That's it. I'm giving the buyer's description to Rayner. I'm going to tell them where the truck is and they can figure it out from there.
Spinelli: According to Agent Winnifred, there was deadly poison in that truck. And if Masone is correct, and there's no reason to assume otherwise, that means both poison and anonymous buyer are just floating free in the universe. Doesn't that fact alone warrant further investigation on our part?
Sam: This is silly, you know? I've got a bump on the head and a sprained wrist. I shouldn't be taking up space in the E.R.
Elizabeth: Well, I can't release you until you've seen a doctor. And I don't want you walking out of here with an undiagnosed concussion.
Sam: Okay, that's a good point. I guess I shouldn't press my luck.
Elizabeth: So this guy just ran into you out of nowhere? And then what happened?
Sam: Well, I -- gosh, I skidded off the road, and he slammed into a tree -- hard. I just -- you know, I wouldn't bet on his chances of survival.
Matt: Abdomen is very distended.
Patrick: Probable internal bleeding. Epiphany -- do we have a name yet?
Epiphany: Earl Bragg.
Patrick: Okay, Mr. Bragg?
Bragg: Help me. Pain -- so bad.
Patrick: We're going to care of that. We're just going to need you to take some tests first, all right?
Sonny: Okay, for whatever reason you came, it's good to see you again.
Kate: It won't happen again. Sonny, if you do find someone else to blame for Michael and you make them pay, it won't actually change anything.
Sonny: Oh, yeah, it will. Because I will finally get justice for my little boy.
Claudia: How long was Kate here before I came downstairs?
Sonny: I don't know.
Claudia: Well, I'm sure she couldn't resist telling you that she found me in your bedroom.
Sonny: Kate didn't say a word, but you just did.
Lulu: So Johnny shows up with this gift that he can't afford because he's walked away from all his money, and he doesn't have a job. And the practical side of me called him out on it.
Carly: Oh, okay. So I'm sure he hit the roof.
Lulu: Yes, he yelled at me for lying to him. Do you want to know how that works? It's because I let him believe that he fooled me when he lied to my face about not having a job. I'm sorry -- am I crazy or is he being completely irrational?
Carly: Well, he's being completely irrational, but his pride has been hurt. I mean, the guy has no money. He doesn't have a job, and you caught him in a lie. He probably feels like a bum right now. I mean, getting angry was not the way to handle it, but I'm sure he doesn't know what else to do.
Lulu: Well, yeah. I mean, that makes sense. I wish that I could have handled it better, but I can't even think of how I could have handled it better because when he came back, I was apologizing for fighting with him. And I was completely supportive.
Carly: And he hit the roof again.
Lulu: And so, what -- I should have been honest from the beginning and told him he's too arrogant and defensive, and if he acts like that, no one's going to hire him?
Carly: Okay, you may want to pretty that up a little. I'm a new convert to this whole honesty thing. I'm trying to embrace it. It's really important to Jax. But sometimes you just have to realize that you just can't make it better.
Matt: Easy, easy. How's the pain?
Bragg: It's still there. It's still bad.
Matt: Sir, I know, I know. You need to take a deep breath, okay? We believe the test results are going to reveal internal bleeding. We're probably going to have to open him up.
Patrick: We might not have to. The bleeding might not be as bad as we think. The test results and x-rays will be here soon. I say we wait.
Epiphany: Elizabeth's with a head contusion in cubicle two. She needs a doctor to sign off before she can release the patient.
Patrick: Okay, keep monitoring Mr. Bragg and notify me if anything changes.
Matt: My offer still stands. Go home if you want.
Patrick: I've got it, Matt. Thank you.
Jason: Yeah, I found the Equinox truck. And you're going to find it on the north side of Route 10, three miles past the railroad crossing.
Rayner: The cargo?
Jason: Some of the weapons were sold. But what you're interested in went to a white male, mid-thirties, five-ten, 170 pounds.
Rayner: That's it? That's nothing. What, do I have to question these hijackers myself, get a better description?
Jason: Are you kidding me? You don't see my problem here? You pick these guys up ten minutes after they've given me information -- this is ridiculous. You know what? Why don't you just save us all a lot of time right now and put a target on my back?
Elizabeth: Sam was involved in a car accident, a head-on collision. She has a bump on her head.
Patrick: Well, you should see the other guy.
Sam: He's here?
Patrick: Yeah, he's in trauma one. So he hit you?
Sam: Yeah, really hard. I think he was going way too fast for the weather conditions, if you ask me.
Patrick: Well, he's going to pay for it with serious internal bleeding. He's probably going to need surgery. Can you stand by for scrub-in?
Elizabeth: Yes, absolutely.
Sam: What are you doing?
Patrick: Examining you.
Sam: I'm okay. But Elizabeth already did this.
Patrick: Humor me, Sam.
Sam: Okay, so how's the family?
Patrick: Emma is amazing. Follow my finger. Seeing the world through her eyes is -- well, it's eye-opening.
Sam: What about Robin?
Patrick: Robin -- that's a different story.
Carly: Can you believe this? The blizzard hits early, tonight of all nights. What if I throw a benefit and no one shows up?
Jax: Well, it's snowing hard, but the roads are still open. Most people are motivated to come to this thing, so I think we'll get a good turn out.
Carly: Well, I should be there to welcome the guests. Are you ready to go?
Jax: I can't.
Carly: You can't? Are you bailing on me?
Jax: No, no, I'm not bailing on you. It's just that Hong Kong deal with my mother, you know? You know my mother when she sets her mind to something. I think it's her way of distracting herself from grieving for Jerry. So I've just got to make a call, deal with it, and you know I'll be at the hospital as soon as I can.
Jax: You're not mad?
Carly: No. You have to help your mother.
Jax: Because I want you to understand that no deal is more important than being there for you. I'm not going to make that same mistake again.
Carly: And I want you to understand that I am not going to try and make you pick sides between me and your mom. You mom needs your help, and I understand. Greeting the guests won't be as much fun without you, but I'm a big girl. I can handle it.
Jax: All right, I'll see you in an hour or so.
Jax: Okay, see you there.
Sonny: Why were you in my room?
Claudia: You know what -- the pertinent question here is, why was Kate in your room? I mean, what gives her the right to walk into your house and into your bedroom, unless you gave her some kind of an invitation that you didn't tell me about?
Sonny: No, no, no. I assumed Kate was in my room because she was looking for me, because she had to tell me something. It still doesn't answer the question, why were you in my room?
Claudia: I don't know, Sonny. Call me crazy, but we're legally married. I'm your wife. I wanted to see what your room looks like.
Sonny: Right, you -- do you think I buy that?
Claudia: Well, you should.
Sonny: Well, that's bull.
Claudia: Because it's the truth.
Sonny: It's bull. You know why? Because you were looking for information.
Claudia: About what?
Sonny: Uh, you know, that's another good question. Maybe you were trying to look for some evidence.
Claudia: You got me.
Claudia: You do.
Sonny: I figured I did.
Claudia: I was bored, so I went to the PCPD, and I signed up to work undercover. Would you like to search me for a wire, maybe?
Sonny: If I want you in my bedroom, I will invite you. Other than that, stay out.
Claudia: Touchy touchy.
Sonny: Are we clear?
Claudia: As mud.
Sonny: Okay, the storm's getting worse, so we need to go.
Claudia: Are you sure that you want me to go with you? Because --
Sonny: I already told you. If you don't want to go, that's up to you. I don't have a problem with that.
Claudia: Well, then let's go.
Sonny: Let's go.
Jerry: Hello, Claudia. Congratulations in clearing that hurdle in your quest to conceal your guilt in little Michaelís shooting.
Patrick: I love Robin and Emma more than I ever thought possible. But, and just tell me if I'm crossing the line here, but you had an emergency C-section a few years ago so you would understand. See, it's taken Robin quite a while to recover.
Sam: Oh, gosh, I mean, I honestly don't remember the operation at all. The pain of losing my daughter sort of took over.
Patrick: I'm sorry, Sam. I should have never said anything.
Sam: No, don't worry. There's no harm done. I actually think I get what you're trying to say. You're really worried about Robin.
Bragg: Pain -- so bad.
Leyla: I'm sorry.
Bragg: Something wrong. You've got to get it out.
Leyla: The painkillers don't seem to be having any effect. The patient is still complaining of severe abdominal distress.
Matt: Up the pain meds five milligrams. We're in a holding pattern.
Leyla: Don't tell me. Radiology's backed up.
Matt: Oh, yeah, what else is new? Patrick doesn't want him on the table until we've seen the films.
Jason: I give you the truck. I give you the description of the guy that you're looking for. You feds are so smart, you figure it out.
Rayner: I don't have time to run off on a wild goose chase following nebulous leads. I need to find this guy now.
Jason: What do you want from me? I've done everything I can to help you.
Rayner: You have no idea how serious this situation is. If I don't find that cargo, this thing will get uglier than you can even imagine. Now I understand your concern for exposure. And it is in my best interests to protect you as a source, so I will promise you this much. At some point, I will find some innocuous reason to pull your guy in. And during the process of investigation, I will discover the hijacking. I know it's not much, but it's all I can give you. Now you give me a name, or I swear to God, I will make it my personal endeavor to see to it that Damian Spinelli goes to a federal prison and never again sees the light of day.
Jason: Sandy Masone. A biker gang, the Satan Riders. They deal in arms. They took the military weapons to pass through the black market.
Rayner: Let me just clarify something, all right?
Jason: This is where you're going to find them. Good luck.
Rayner: Your assistance on the Equinox problem does in no way alter our original deal. You will provide us with enough information to secure a conviction against Anthony Zacchara on RICO violations and preferably murder.
Jason: I'm working on it.
Rayner: And keep the violence to a minimum. Zacchara's no good to us dead. We want to publicly try and convict that man. Alive, he's a high profile get. Dead, he is a useless corpse.
Spinelli: The Jackal is most distressed. Because of him, Stone Cold has violated his code of ethics.
Jason: Yeah, and I hate it. I hate it, Spinelli. But you heard me. I warned Masone to get the hell out of town, and if he didn't and he has to go down to save you, what am I supposed to do? That's worth the trade-off.
Spinelli: I am humbled by your show of friendship and loyalty. If I may offer a suggestion?
Jason: Yeah, what?
Spinelli: Perhaps it would aid Stone Cold's cause if we were the ones to find the mysterious buyer of the contraband cargo.
Spinelli: Here's the Jackal's reasoning. You need to get out from under the clutches of the feds as soon as possible. What do they want? They want information. So the more Intel you give, especially in such a dire circumstance as this, the more grateful they'll be.
Jason: That might be too optimistic.
Spinelli: But what is the down side to such an attempt? I mean, the worst thing that can happen is that you turn in a perpetrator that is in possession of lethal poison and thwart his evil plan, whatever that might be.
Jason: Okay, all right, then lets try to break it down. All right, so we know that the buyer contacts Masone. He seems to know exactly what he's looking for, right?
Spinelli: The buy happened near Port Charles because that's where the original hijacking took place, but it doesn't necessarily follow that the buyer is a resident or that this city was his intended target.
Jason: Okay, then for argument's sake let's just assume that he is from out of town. So he flies in. He gets the poison. He can't fly out because of the weather and because of security issues.
Spinelli: So he might have rented a car.
Jason: That's a long shot. What are you doing?
Spinelli: I am going to pull up all the cars rented in the last 24 hours in or around Port Charles, and then I'm going to cross reference those with driver's license numbers and photos to see if anyone matches our profile.
Nikolas: So this is it?
Nikolas: Love. What it means. What is feels like. I never knew until now.
Nadine: Hi. I've been looking for you. I'm really looking forward to tonight.
Jerry: Hello, Claudia. Congratulations in clearing that hurdle in your quest to conceal your involvement in little Michaelís shooting. [Laughs] I'm sorry, I'm sorry, it amuses me to no end imagining your face getting another one of my missives. Now you cringing at the fact that highly sensitive information could fall into Sonny's hands, and that would be the end of our little game and your life as well. You see, Sonny doesn't strike me as being the forgiving type, nor terribly rational in the best of circumstances, especially when it come to his passel of rug rats. Now I understand, you know, that you allied with Ian Devlin in order to kill Sonny, and that little Michael getting a bullet in his head was not your intention, but you see, Sonny only sees in black and white. You chose the time and place for the assassination attempt. You chose Ian Devlin to hold that rifle with intent to kill. Unfortunately, all that transpired, as a result, is your fault. But I digress, I'm sure you're well aware of the consequences that you face. Youíre dying to get to that next clue, so listen well. The next clue could be the gateway to your piece of mind. That's it. Happy hunting, darling.
Carly: Thanks for coming.
Sonny: I wouldn't be anywhere else.
Claudia: I could be, if you would prefer. I mean, I came to show my support. I came with Sonny, but I know you don't like me, and if it would be easier for you if I left, I --
Carly: It's okay. It's for a good cause.
Sonny: You know, the fact that you're helping kids with head injuries -- it's going to be fantastic.
Carly: You know, a part of me can't help hoping that by helping others and pouring tons of money --
Sonny: We might find a way to get Michael back, huh?
Carly: Yeah. Edward, thanks for coming.
Edward: Of course I came. This fundraiser to help injured children is to benefit my great grandson. You know, it's too bad that you two didn't grow a conscience in time to actually help Michael.
Patrick: Well, you're not going to like this, but I'm going to order you a cat scan.
Sam: No, I could wind up sitting here all night waiting.
Patrick: You got other plans, Sam?
Sam: Yeah, I have to pilot a ship into the harbor tonight.
Patrick: Really, in a blizzard?
Sam: Hazard pay.
Patrick: Okay, well, I can't force you to stay, but don't blame me or the hospital if you pass out in the cold, which is going to make it a little bit difficult to pilot that ship.
Sam: Okay, fine. Knock yourself out.
Sam: You asked what happened with my C-section, and I know my situation was completely different then with Robin's. I mean, her baby did live and mine died, but for what it's worth, whatever happened between me and Jason after, at the very worst time of my life, he was by my side. Holding me when I cried. Listening to me talk. He even buried my daughter when I couldn't, so I'm just saying knowing that I had that -- you know, someone who loved me, if you can give Robin that, sustain her the way Jason did me, I think that's all she'll need, and it'll get her through it.
Patrick: Thank you.
Monica: What have we got?
Matt: His abdomen is very distended. He's bleeding to death internally.
Elizabeth: His pulse is 150. He's going into SVT.
Monica: What do the labs and x-rays show?
Matt: Oh, we haven't gotten them back yet.
Matt: Yeah, we don't have time to wait.
Monica: No, you don't. It looks like he's going into cardiac arrest.
Matt: Leyla, have them prep O.R. 2 stat and have the lab send the blood back.
Monica: I'm going to meet you there. I'll assist, because if he codes, you're going to need another pair of hands.
Patrick: Hey, any changes?
Matt: Still waiting on those x-rays. He's going into SVT.
Patrick: Okay, I'll do the surgery.
Matt: Would you stop trying to steal my glory. Monica Quartermaine agreed to assist on the surgery. Go home to your wife and kid.
Patrick: Fine. He's all yours.
Matt: All right. Tell Robin she's welcome.
Olivia: Okay, the pilot just called. If you take off in the next 20 minutes you're going to be able to get out. After that, all the runways are going to be closed.
Jax: Listen, I can't get a hold of Carly, so I need you to explain to her that I have to go to Hong Kong in person. I have to deal with this. Tell her that my mother is in over her head. She'll know what I'm talking about, and then I want you to stay for the duration and help her any way you can, okay?
Jax: It's not going to be an easy night for her.
Olivia: I got you covered. I'll go get changed.
Jax: Okay, thank you.
Kate: Lulu -- oh, good. I'm glad I caught you. So, listen, do you really want to be my second assistant after all?
Lulu: Yes, about what happened with Carly --
Kate: No, no, no, we don't need to talk about it, but I have a chance for you to redeem yourself. I want you to go with me to the benefit.
Lulu: At the hospital?
Kate: Yes, I need to speak to Sonny immediately in private, and I need you to stand guard so that that dreadful wife and your cousin Carly don't stand in my way.
Edward: So any change in Michaelís condition?
Carly: No. He's getting lots of physical therapy, and sometimes I can almost believe that he's laying there sleeping.
Carly: Thanks for coming.
Nikolas: Youíre welcome.
Edward: Hey, you're a delightful looking young lady. Where have you been hiding yourself?
Carly: Pay no attention to Edward. He is an incorrigible flirt.
Edward: Oh, don't you believe it. I'm perfectly harmless. Excuse us. Can I get you a drink?
Nikolas: Excuse me.
Nikolas: Well, I certainly didn't expect to see you here. I would think being around so many things Michael would be a bit difficult for you.
Claudia: Whatever gave you that idea?
Claudia: You know, you could tell everyone the truth. I mean, you could put us all out of our collective misery. Make sure that Sonny gets the revenge that he and I both deserve.
Nikolas: I wouldn't do that. I gave you my word. I'll keep your secret. I'm just saying, seeing you here and remembering how vital Michael used to be, it's a difficult promise to keep.
Nikolas: Excuse me a moment, Edward. I'm going to go call the staff and let them know that I'm spending the night because of the storm.
Edward: I hope that reprobate is treating you well, young lady.
Nadine: Oh, yes, Nikolas has been wonderful to me.
Edward: He damn well better be or --
Sonny: How are you holding up?
Carly: Well, it's a lot more difficult than I thought it was going to be, but, you know, I'll get through it.
Sonny: You always do. Somehow you always find a way to stand up.
Spinelli: Okay, I've found five men that match our description who rented cars in the last 24 hours. Three are from out of state -- Edmund Price from Pennsylvania, Lloyd Stensland out of Florida, and Earl Bragg from Montana. I will now see if any of them have criminal records or any --
Jason: Wait, wait, wait. You're telling me you're going to hack into a government database right now.
Spinelli: It doesn't feel like I have much choice, but not to worry, this is a new computer with uncorrupted software, and from now on, I will be much more --
Spinelli: The car rented to Earl Bragg has been in an accident. EMT was called to the scene. He's been transported to General Hospital.
Nurse: I believe you were waiting for Mr. Bragg's x-rays.
Patrick: He's already going to the O.R. You know, wait, let me just take a quick look. Thanks. Oh, my God. What the hell?
Epiphany: E.R. Yes, Earl Bragg was admitted tonight. Well, he's already on his way up to --
Patrick: This is Dr. Patrick Drake. Why are you asking about Earl Bragg? Poison? Yeah, I know where it is.
Patrick: Call O.R. 2. Tell them to stop the surgery. Do not let Matt operate on that patient under any circumstance.
Monica: This patient is just minutes away from going into v-tach. Did lab bring the blood up yet?
Leyla: They said it's on its way.
Matt: Are we good?
Andy: Good to go.
Monica: Leyla, has he gotten at least a liter in?
Leyla: I'll check.
Matt: Cyndy, I'm really going to need you to follow with suction. I have a feeling it's going to be a mess in there, and I need as much visibility as possible.
Leyla: Dr. Quartermaine, the blood came up.
Monica: Oh, good. Hang the first bag and pour it in. He's going to need every drop he can get.
Matt: Well, I think I found the problem. His stomach is severely distended. I'm going in. Scalpel.
Matt: Heads up, we've got a bleeder. Suction.
Monica: Elizabeth, peons.
Matt: There's so much blood. I cannot see a thing. No. More, more below. Below. Yes. Okay, I think I see the bleeder. Something's wrong here.
Monica: What the --
Patrick: Stop. Matt, no! Get out of the room, Matt. No, get out of the room!
Patrick: No, get out of the room! No, God, get out of the room, guys! No.
[Monitor continuously beeping]
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