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Port Charles Transcript Wednesday 2/13/02
Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Beth
Alison: Excuse me. I know that you're really busy up there and all, but Rafe's time on earth is -- is almost running out. And he's helped so many people. Isn't it time that maybe we helped him? I mean, it's not really like I'm asking for any special favor or anything. I mean, no, that's not true. I'm sorry. I am sort of asking for a special favor. I mean, I know that he can't stay forever, but can't we just cut him a break? I mean, what harm would be done if maybe giving him like one summer? You know, like one perfect summer. You could call it a bonus for a job well done. And maybe since we're already talking, I'm really worried about Jamal. But I'm sure that you already know that by now.
Rafe: I'm not sure the boss does. But I do.
Alison: Rafe, I'm so sorry. I --
Rafe: No, don't be sorry. I know what we have is magic. But I also know that Jamal is still very much on your mind.
Jamal: Oh, ok. I see you want some more of this, huh?
Man: Come on.
Jamal: You want some more? Huh? Bring it on, baby.
Jamal: Oh, yeah?
Jamal: Who's next?
Eve: Ok, you say that he called 911. Did you trace the call?
Andy: His call cut off before we could pinpoint the location. But we know the general area, ok? It's outside town on the interstate.
Eve: Is he hurt? Does he need medical help?
Andy: We don't know. But, hey, we'll find him. Just hang tight.
Chris: Hey, it's going to be ok.
Eve: You don't know that.
Chris: Eve, the cops are on it.
Eve: I don't care. I am not going to just sit here and wait for the cops to find my husband. I'm going to go out there and look for him myself.
Ian: I'm not sure about this.
Amy: What choice do we have?
Ian: Well, if I could get my leg free, then maybe I could drive.
Rafe's Voice: You have to tell us now. There are four of us. There are five chairs. So someone's got to be coming back with us, right? Someone's going to die?
Ed's Voice: People die every day.
Rafe's Voice: Right, but this is different, isn't it? It's going to be someone who's close to one of us.
Amy: Let's roll.
Ian: Ok. Sorry about the close quarters.
Amy: Well, you could always let me steer, unless you got a thing against blind people driving.
Ian: Are you going to give me a break with that?
Amy: Here goes nothing.
Ian: Just give it some gas. Nice and easy.
Amy: Mm-hmm. Aren't we a pair? Your leg is stuck and I can't see.
Ian: Well, I think considering the circumstances, we're quite a pair.
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Jamal: I hit hard, don't I? Come on, who's next? Come on! Give me what you got! Right here! Who's next?
Gabriela: I am.
Gabriela: You ready for me, little brother?
Alison: You're right. What we have is magic. You know, and I should not be talking about Jamal when we're together.
Rafe: No, no, listen to me. I know that you can't just turn off your feelings for him. I understand that. Come here. This must be ripping you up inside.
Alison: Well, it's just that, you know, Jamal will always have a special place in my heart. He was my -- my first love, you know, and the only person that I'd ever been with until now. I mean, I'm sad that Jamal and I couldn't make it, but there's no way that I would ever let you go.
Rafe: I just -- I don't want you to feel guilty or --
Rafe: Or pushed into anything.
Alison: No, no. No, no, no, no. I don't -- I don't feel wrong being with you. I mean, I'm not hiding from life. I feel like I'm sort of coming back to life. And the way that I feel with you is -- it feels so right and so perfect, you know?
Rafe: Except that ticking clock.
Alison: You know what? We're just going to have to make every minute count, ok? Unless, you know, maybe I got through to your boss.
Rafe: Well, if anybody could, you could. But, listen, about my time limit here --
Alison: No, listen. Stop it. Listen, there's nothing to even talk about anymore, ok? We just -- we just have to -- we just have to make the most of it. The most of it and the best of it.
Rafe: I want you so much, but I'm -- it's just I'm not sure if this is fair to you.
Alison: What do you mean, fair to me?
Rafe: Before you met me, you were in love with Jamal. Your life was great --
Alison: No, no. No, no, no, please, please don't go there, ok? No. You and I both know neither one of us meant for this to happen. I mean, I'll always care for Jamal, but what -- what I feel for you is -- well, I mean, it's like nothing that I have ever, ever felt or will ever feel ever again.
Rafe: No, no, no, don't say that.
Alison: No, but that's what I feel.
Rafe: That's what I'm talking about. That's why it's not fair to you. After I'm gone, I want you to have love in your life.
Alison: And I just want us -- I want us to concentrate on what we have right now, ok? Because I feel like the time that we have right now is a gift for both of us.
Rafe: You're right. You're right. And I am grateful. Very grateful. I just never want to leave you.
Alison: And I never want you to go. Ok? So, given that we only have a few weeks, what if you had one wish? Just one -- one little wish? What would you wish for?
Rafe: Just you --
Alison: No, come on --
Rafe: Right here in my arms.
Alison: You can do better than that.
Rafe: No. What about you?
Alison: Well -- well, let me put it to you this way. Come here.
Rafe: Where are we going?
Amy: o/~ 99 Bottles of beer on the wall 99 bottles of beer take one down o/~
Amy: o/~ Pass it o/~
Ian: Your singing is only slightly better than your driving.
Amy: Well, I just thought a little traveling song might lighten the mood. So, how am I doing, coach?
Ian: We're not in a ditch. It's got to count for something. You kidding? You're doing great.
Amy: Really? Because it feels like we're going so slow. It's freezing in this car. Maybe we should speed it up a bit.
Ian: Hey, hey, hey, when you're in Indianapolis next week, you can put your foot down, but right now we got to go slow. There's animals and stuff on the road.
Amy: Right. I'll be sure to look out and watch for them.
Ian: I get it, all right? Just, please, give me a break with this.
Amy: I'll be ok just as long as you keep your arms around me -- to steer.
Ian: A little too close for comfort, maybe.
Amy: No, your touch is comforting.
Ian: I just got to do the -- I'm sorry.
Amy: No --
Ian: I was reaching for the thing.
Amy: It's ok. You don't hear me complaining.
Ian: Watch out!
Jamal: What the hell are you doing here?
Gabriela: Throw this on, tiger.
Jamal: Yo, I'll be right back. Just chill out, all right? I'm taking a five. What's up?
Gabriela: Are you trying to get yourself killed?
Jamal: How did you find me?
Gabriela: Well, if you order enough beer in enough sleazy bars --
Jamal: By yourself, Gabby? You went out looking alone? Do you know what kind of trouble you could have gotten yourself into?
Gabriela: What about you, Jamal? Look at what you're doing, what you've turned into.
Jamal: Look, why don't you chill out.
Gabriela: And for what? Why?
Jamal: I know what I'm doing.
Gabriela: Is slamming some guy's face into the pavement going to bring Valerie back? Or is it because you pushed Alison out of your life? Is that why you're so out of control?
Jamal: Go home! Go home! Ok, this is not a place for you, anyway, Gabby.
Gabriela: Well, this is no place for a brother of mine, either, so come home with me. We'll talk this out.
Jamal: No, I'm through talking, Gabby! I need some action, ok? No, no, no, I'm back to my roots, ok, working the streets, and it feels good.
Gabriela: Jamal, stop talking like a fool.
Man: Hey, pal --
Jamal: Hey, Gabby, come on.
Jamal: You ok? Huh?
Rafe: Oh, yeah. This is definitely magic. Wait. There's -- there's something else.
Rafe: Something like --
Alison: You have hay in your hair.
Rafe: This must be what happiness feels like. Yeah, I got some strong magic. Are you sure you're not the angel here?
Alison: I just think that we can, you know, create all the magic that we want to. I mean, there might not be, like, dancing lights shooting out of our fingertips or anything, but --
Rafe: Oh, no. I was showing off when I was doing all that kind of magical stuff.
Alison: Well, you still do it, though. You still do it to me. In the way that you touch me and the way that you connect with me. And the way that your lips touch mine. It's like pure magic. So, try and close your eyes and think about, like, a heavenly place right here on earth.
Rafe: Anywhere with you in it.
Alison: Oh, come on.
Rafe: No, I'm serious. I mean, just being here in this barn or ice skating -- or trying to --
Alison: Trying to ice skate --
Rafe: Without falling down. And just lying in the snow and making snow angels -- if you're there, it's just like heaven, only better.
Alison: For me, too. But -- but try and think of a place, you know, that, like, you've never been --
Alison: That you've always wanted to go to.
Rafe: All right.
Alison: Where would that be?
Rafe: Well, I -- I was thinking about something you said earlier about one perfect summer.
Alison: Oh, right.
Rafe: So --
Alison: Ooh, ooh --
Rafe: I'm thinking of the beach.
Alison: Ok, a beach. Ok, well, what kind of a beach?
Rafe: It's a -- you know, the -- a beach beach.
Alison: "A beach beach." Oh, wow.
Alison: You are seriously challenged in the fantasy department --
Alison: That is, of course. Ok, so, you're on my turf now.
Alison: All right?
Alison: So, let me create the magic. Ok. Close your eyes again. And try and picture this, ok? A white, silky beach with a tropical breeze. You know, and the sweet smell of ginger in the air. And the smell of the water. And the -- and the sky is so blue, it almost hurts your eyes. Can you see it?
Rafe: Uh-huh. You're wearing a very tiny bikini, right?
Alison: Concentrate! I'm serious.
Rafe: I am. Hey, you know, that's an image I could focus on for a very long time.
Alison: Ok, and I am -- I'm rubbing suntan oil on your back. It feels so nice and -- and then we -- and then we sort of lay down into the sand. Ok? And the sun feels so warm. Feels so warm, it almost feels like a kiss, you know? And the water is lapping up on us, nibbling our bodies.
Rafe: You know what the best part is?
Rafe: We have all the time in the world.
Rafe: There's as many minutes as there are grains of sand.
Alison: Yeah, so much time. So much time to just do nothing but walk on the beach, hand in hand, for miles and miles and then just fall asleep under the stars together. You know?
Amy: What happened? Did I push the wrong pedal or what? What'd I do?
Ian: No, there was a branch in the middle of the road, but we missed it. Unfortunately, the car stalled.
Amy: Well, here, try it again.
Amy: Just aim me down the right way, and let's hit the road.
Amy: What? What'd I do wrong?
Ian: Nothing. I can't believe it.
Amy: You care to share?
Ian: There's a call box in the middle of nowhere right here.
Amy: We did it.
Ian: We can make a call and get us out.
Amy: We did it!
Ian: Come here.
Eve: Ian? Oh, my God, thank God.
Eve: Oh, you're all right. I was worried sick about you.
Amy: Hey, hey, hey, be careful. His leg is wedged under the dashboard.
Chris: Everybody ok?
Chris: Here, let me help you out.
Eve: Help Ian -- his foot.
Chris: Let me take a look here. I don't think we'll have to amputate.
Chris: Ready? One, two, three, and pull.
Eve: Come on. Oh.
Eve: Ok, ok. Good. Can you walk? Can you stand?
Ian: Yeah, I'm ok. Amy?
Chris: What were you two doing all the way out here?
Eve: I was so worried about you.
Ian: Well, my phone died after I called 911.
Eve: They traced the call, and they said that you were just somewhere in this general vicinity, and so -- but I didn't know where and I didn't know what kind of condition you would be in.
Ian: Hey --
Eve: I didn't even know if you were --
Ian: I'm ok now.
Eve: I know. Oh, baby, I just panicked.
Amy: Actually, it was my fault. It was stupid, but I asked Ian out here.
Ian: I -- I took Amy to go see one of her patients, and the car hit a patch of ice and I lost control and -- anyway, I got stuck under the dashboard and I couldn't drive, so Amy volunteered.
Eve: Well, Amy, you're full of surprises, aren't you? So, you had a patient out here? All the way out here?
Eve: Who was it?
Amy: You're -- you're asking me the name of my patient?
Ian: Amy got a desperate call. That's why we raced out here. But the patient never showed up.
Eve: My God, you two could have been seriously injured or worse. Thornhart, after everything we have been through, I couldn't bear it if I lost you.
Ian: It's ok. I'm fine. We're fine, aren't we?
Eve: Ian, isn't that the scarf that I gave you for Christmas?
Amy: Oh, right. Well, you know, if it wasn't for Ian, I would have -- I would have froze to death.
Chris: You know, they say the best way to avoid hypothermia is body heat.
Eve: Well, in the future, we will make sure the hospital has a car for you to take you to and from any of your consultations --
Eve: Just to make sure that this doesn't happen again.
Amy: It won't.
Eve: Good. Right now I'm going to take my husband home. Hey -- we had that fight, and then you left.
Ian: I know. I should have left a message.
Eve: Let's promise that we never leave each other like that again, ok? Please.
Ian: The last thing I wanted was to worry you.
Eve: Those were some horrible words we said to each other, and if that was my last memory of us -- oh, I'm just so glad you're ok.
Chris: Well, I'm impressed. You're a woman of many talents.
Amy: You can't even begin to imagine.
Chris: Are you cold? Why don't you take my coat?
Amy: Thanks, but I don't want anything from you. Too many strings attached.
Chris: Ok, fine. So you're out here just to see a patient, huh?
Chris: You must think we're all blind.
Amy: Look, Eve, I am -- I'm so sorry for causing any trouble.
Chris: Why don't I take Amy home?
Ian: It's all right. We'll drop her off. Come on.
Amy: No, thanks, Ian. Just go ahead and go home with your wife.
Ian: You going to be ok going with Ramsey?
Amy: No problem.
Jamal: He hit you pretty hard. If I see him, I'm going to rip his face off, I'll tell you.
Gabriela: Jamal, Jamal, if you want to make me feel better, just stop looking for trouble, ok?
Jamal: Are you sure you're not hurt?
Gabriela: Yeah, I'll probably just be really sore in the morning.
Jamal: Hey, hey, hey. Are you sure you're ok?
Gabriela: Yeah, I'm fine.
Jamal: Why did you come here, anyway?
Gabriela: Because I care about what happens to you, you jerk. Please promise me you will stop fighting. Ouch.
Jamal: Hey, hey. Gabby, stand up.
Jamal: Are you ok? Huh?
Gabriela: Yeah, I'll be fine. I just need to catch my breath.
Jamal: No, come on. I'm taking you to the hospital.
Rafe: Wow. That was some hot fantasy.
Alison: I don't think that was a fantasy.
Alison: Am I dreaming?
Rafe: Well, if you are, I must be, too.
Alison: Hey, listen. Do you hear that? That's the sound of the ocean. But we're miles away from the ocean. Ooh!
Alison: Look, look, look!
Rafe: You know -- I always knew you had magic, but how did you --
Alison: I don't know, I don't know. I don't know. I just -- I don't really care, actually. I just know that if you really believe in something long enough and wish for it hard enough, then wishes really do come true. See? I told you.
Ed: Yeah, yeah. I know, I know. I shouldn't have. I couldn't help myself. Happy Valentine's Day, kids.
>> On the next "Port Charles" --
Rafe: I've never felt this way before.
Alison: I hope that I can make all of your dreams come true, Rafe.
Eve: What did you and Amy talk about while you were stranded out in the middle of nowhere?
Paige: I've always wanted a little girl. Now here you are.
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