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Port Charles Transcript
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Karen: Ok, Colleen, how many more? Four or five?
Colleen: Try 22.
Karen: What? Are you kidding me?
Colleen: Do I look like it?
Colleen: Sixth floor. Can I help you? You'll have to speak up, please. Yes, Dr. Wexler's here, but she's busy --
Karen: No, it's ok. I'll take it, Colleen.
Colleen: Oh, ok. Great. I'll just file these.
Karen: Yeah. Thanks. Dr. Wexler. Who --
Ricky: Karen, it's me.
Ricky: Sorry to call at work, but I'm sick.
Karen: Ok, ok. What's happening? What are your symptoms?
Ricky: Headaches. I'm dizzy. Everything's going black.
Karen: Ok, you're at home, right? I'm going to call 911.
Ricky: No, no, no, no, no. Please, just come. Just -- ugh.
Karen: Ricky? Ricky, what happened? Can you hear me? Ricky?
Rebecca: Oh, Alison, where are you? I need to talk to you about Kevin -- why I sent him away. He wanted to close the candle shop. I mean, I couldn't let him do that. I just wanted to teach him a lesson, that's all. But now it's gone too far. And if you don't come back, I can't make it right. Oh, Alison, you must come back and soon, before it's too late. Oh, Alison, where are you?
Alison: You heard what the policewoman said. They might not even let me out on bail.
Jamal: Hey, you are a Barrington, remember? They can't keep you in here. As soon as Amanda gets back, she can start pulling strings and everything. You'll be fine.
Alison: No, no. No, no, no. I can't -- I cannot wait for my parents or my grandmother to do anything. Rebecca knows where Kevin is. But if I can't get to Rebecca, then I can't get to Kevin.
Jamal: Ok, wait. Just take it easy, ok? We'll get you out of here.
Alison: The longer Kevin stays away, the more I'm afraid he might not ever be able to come back. Jamal, I've got to get to the barn now, before it's too late. What am I going to do?
Ian: So, you have Kevin and Mac in drag at a spa?
Lucy: They shaved their legs.
Ian: They what?
Lucy: Shaved their legs.
Lucy: They looked kind of good that way, actually. Mac has great legs. And Kev -- Kevin has even greater legs.
Ian: I don't -- I --
Lucy: He's kind of clumsy, though. He does have two left feet, actually --
Ian: Probably not as clumsy as I am.
Lucy: Oh, please. You should see him at basketball.
Ian: You play basketball together?
Lucy: No. No, no. We went to a game. We sat right on the 50 yard line, and we learned to do the wave.
Ian: The -- in the -- the wave?
Lucy: Yeah. You know the wave, where people go like this.
Lucy: I learned it right off. I liked it. When the people come, I go like this --
Lucy: Calmly raise my hands and go down. Not Kevin. He had to outdo me. So he would start at his tippytoes, and he'd go up, and he'd throw himself back as hard as he could.
Ian: Oh, oh, oh, all right.
Lucy: Oh, sorry.
Livvie: What are you doing? Couldn't you even wait until my father was dead a month?
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Jamal: Listen to me. I swear I will figure something out, ok? You are not alone in this.
Alison: Jamal --
Jamal: Look, look -- if you can't get out on bail, then I'll just go to the barn and do whatever you got to -- that you would've done with Rebecca --
Alison: No, no -- no, it's not that easy, though. She -- she won't talk to you. She only talks to me --
Doree: Hold the door, ok? Dinnertime, Miss Barrington.
Doree: Sorry, though. Single servings.
Alison: That's ok. I'm -- I'm really not that hungry.
Doree: I'm sure. Not exactly gourmet cuisine at the PCPD.
Jamal: Yeah, not exactly.
Doree: Relax. I'm on your side. Really, I'm sorry about everything.
Alison: Thank you.
Doree: Listen, I don't know if you did what they say you did --
Jamal: She didn't.
Doree: But it's hard for me to think that anyone who makes such incredible candles could be capable of doing -- well, what they're saying -- just kill some guy.
Alison: Yeah. So, then, you liked them?
Doree: You've made my life so wonderful.
Alison: Well, I'm glad.
Doree: Listen, it's almost lights out. See if you can eat a little, huh?
Alison: Yeah, thanks. I'll try.
Jamal: Hey, Officer Doree, think I can stay until she finishes?
Doree: Five minutes. No more or my boss will have a fit, all right?
Jamal: All right. Thanks. Oh, hey -- whoa, I'm sorry. Sorry. You ok?
Doree: Yeah, I'm ok.
Doree: Remember, five minutes.
Alison: Yeah. Well, she liked my candles. Too bad she can't get me out of here.
Jamal: Yeah, well, if she can't -- maybe I can.
Ian: You got it all wrong.
Livvie: Are you crazy? My father's not even cold yet, and you're dancing on his grave?
Lucy: How dare you.
Livvie: How dare I?
Lucy: You know that I love your father with every cell in my soul.
Livvie: No, Lucy, I know what I saw!
Ian: What you saw was Lucy remembering what they had.
Livvie: "Had." Oh, what, so now it's time to move on? Is that right? You do that really well, don't you, Lucy? Love the one you're with?
Ian: You don't know what you're talking about.
Livvie: Oh, no?
Lucy: I am not going to stand here and listen to this.
Ian: Lucy, wait -- this is -- I --
Livvie: Go, Ian. Run on. Run after her. Why am I not surprised?
Ian: What did you say to me?
Livvie: Go. Follow her. Comfort the widow -- the same way you comforted Lucy when my father was still alive.
Karen: Ricky -- oh, thank God. What happened?
Ricky: Oh, slow down. Look, I'm ok, all right?
Karen: I thought you passed out. Come here. Let me take a look at you. Sit down.
Ricky: Look, I'm sorry I kind of collapsed, but I'm ok.
Karen: Well, nobody just kind of collapses. Any pain?
Ricky: Karen, I'm fine, all right?
Karen: I'll be the judge of that.
Ricky: You know, I think that maybe I'm having some sort of reaction to that -- that bump you gave me.
Karen: With the skillet? No, that was weeks ago. If you were going to have a reaction, you would have had it a lot sooner.
Ricky: Well, anyway, at any rate, I feel a lot better now that you're here. You know, I kind of feel like having a beer. You want one?
Karen: A beer?
Ricky: Yeah. I'm -- I'm kind of thirsty.
Karen: You know, this is starting to sound a lot worse than I thought.
Ricky: Just because I'm thirsty, I want a beer?
Karen: Post trauma alcohol cravings on top of cranial injuries -- you know, I haven't seen this in a while, but --
Ricky: But what? What are you --
Karen: We'd better take you in to run some tests -- although you should know that some of them are pretty invasive.
Ricky: Invasive what?
Karen: You know, but it's better to be safe than sorry. So an injury like yours, Ricky -- I mean, you need cat scans, x-rays --
Ricky: Wait, wait, wait -- Karen, you really don't have to do that. I'm -- I'm --
Karen: Oh, I think I do. In fact, I think you need a brain scan so I can see if you even have one, you idiot! What were you thinking, Ricky? You drag me here from the hospital, and you're faking?
Ricky: Look, Karen, I'm sorry, ok?
Karen: No --
Ricky: Karen, I missed you, ok? And I was trying to figure out a way to see you. Sorry.
Karen: No, no, it's not ok. You're lonely for Casey because she's gone, and you chose me as a replacement?
Ricky: Karen --
Karen: I work in a hospital, Ricky, where people are really sick.
Ricky: I said I'm sorry.
Karen: Well, not to mention that Frank is going nuts on me, Kevin Collins has disappeared into nowhere, Alison's in jail for killing him, and my best friend just died a few weeks ago. So what kind of adolescent, insensitive moron --
Ricky: I'm sorry, ok? I am so sorry.
Karen: You know what? I don't have the time or the energy for this.
Ricky: Karen -- Karen, please --
Karen: Now what? Dr. Wexler. Hey, Colleen. No, everything's fine. False alarm. Just some messed-up kid playing a stupid prank. What? Miss Hastings did what? Ok. Well, tell her for me that she can't skip her meds just because she feels like it. And tell Mr. Schneider that he'll probably be going home tomorrow. Mm-hmm.
Ian: Who do you think you are, coming in here talking like that? I don't care what you feel about me, but you will show that woman some respect.
Livvie: When I walk in here and see her with --
Ian: And see what? You see a woman trying to keep it all together. I got some news for you, you stupid little girl. You're not the only one feeling pain around here. She thinks Kevin's still alive.
Livvie: Yeah, right. And Jack is seeing magical pictures with ghosts. Meanwhile, Alison says she's innocent. And my dad, whose blood was found all over that barn, is supposed to be alive?
Ian: That's what she thinks.
Livvie: Yeah? Then where is he, Ian? Tell me that if he's not dead.
Ian: Look at me --
Livvie: Get your hands off of me!
Ian: Not until you listen.
Livvie: He's dead, ok? He's dead!
Ian: If that's what you want to believe, so be it. But you will keep it to yourself because Lucy's out there believing with all her heart that you're wrong. Look at me! And maybe she's on to something. We both know that things in this town aren't always what they seem, don't we?
Livvie: You think he could still be alive?
Ian: I'm keeping an open mind. And I'm asking you to do the same.
Livvie: Lucy? I am so sorry. I had no right to say those things to you. I know how much you loved my dad. Love, I mean, still. I just don't understand how you could be so sure when everything tells me he's gone.
Lucy: Thanks for apologizing. I -- I just have the feeling what's going on here, Livvie, is you're so angry, you're so ready to blame Alison, that you can't see anything else and you can't feel your dad's presence like I can.
Livvie: I still don't understand.
Lucy: You're his daughter. Your father's blood is running through your veins and through your heart and through your soul. And if you just focus, if you just try, I think you can feel him.
Livvie: And what if I let myself hope?
Lucy: That's all we got. Hope is it. Listen, I know after everything you've been through, it's really hard. But you got to try. Because if you let yourself freeze up inside, that's no good at all. Trust me -- your father is alive. If he were dead, I would feel it in my bones.
Livvie: You sound so sure.
Lucy: I am. Somehow, I just am. We just have to find him, that's all. He is out there somewhere. He's just missing, and we have to find him.
Livvie: Yeah, but where, Lucy? Where?
Rebecca: I can't just stay here and wait. What if Alison doesn't come back? Oh, no. I have to go find her. Oh, God. I don't have a choice, do I? Ok. Alison's friend threw the candle just -- just somewhere outside. You need to do this, Rebecca. You need to get the candle so you can get Kevin back. Just open the door. Just open the door. Just open the door. I have to do this for Alison.
Voices: Kill her! String her up!
Voices: She's a witch!
Rebecca: Please. I'm innocent. No. No! No!
Rebecca: Oh! I can't go out there. Oh, Alison, please come back! I can't do this alone.
Alison: Are you crazy? You stole her keys?
Jamal: Look, this is your get-out-of-jail-free key.
Alison: Jamal --
Jamal: Come on, do what you got to do.
Alison: No, no, I can't.
Jamal: Why not?
Alison: Because -- I just can't -- not like this. If I let you do this, you're going to get into a lot of trouble. I'm serious.
Jamal: Hey, I've been there, done that. Ok? You got to get to that barn, right? Look --
Alison: Jamal --
Jamal: I swear -- I swear this will work.
Alison: No, no --
Jamal: Put this on. Put this on. Please, just put it on.
Alison: This will never, ever, ever work.
Jamal: Just keep your head down, stay calm, ok? Here, put this in your pocket.
Alison: But what -- what if they see you?
Jamal: Look, they won't. Put your hair up in there. Not if I'm sleeping -- pretending like I'm asleep under that blanket, ok? You'll be long gone, and you'll be back before they even check.
Alison: You really want to do this for me, don't you?
Jamal: I am doing it. Put that under there. Here.
Alison: Jamal, I don't know.
Jamal: Look, just go, ok? Just go.
Alison: It's too dangerous.
Jamal: Look -- if all you got to do is go to the barn and make everything ok, then go --
Jamal: Ok? We may even know something by the time you get back.
Alison: Ok. Wait. An hour or maybe less --
Jamal: Ok, good.
Jamal: That's my girl. Yeah.
Alison: I just know that if I can get to Rebecca, I'll get through to her and I know that she'll tell me where Kevin is. I'm the only one who can do it.
Jamal: Ok. Ok, well, go -- move! Go!
Alison: Ok, ok. Ok. I'm going to do this. I can really do this. I have to.
Karen: Thanks, Colleen. I'll see you in a few.
Ricky: So I guess you're kind of in a hurry, huh?
Karen: Well, thanks to you, I'll be working all night.
Ricky: I'm really sorry. I know that what I did was dumb.
Karen: And now you're blocking the door.
Ricky: Won't you at least accept my apology? I mean, maybe we can talk this out.
Karen: You know, after what you did tonight, I'm in no mood to talk or --
Ricky: You're not going to even shake my hand?
Karen: You know, when did it get so warm in here?
Ricky: Uh -- feels fine to me. I mean, if you want, I'll -- I'll open the window -- or not.
Karen: Where do you think you're going, hmm?
Ricky: I was just going to go -- oh, God, Karen. You're so incredibly hot.
Karen: Ricky -- oh, my God, I --
Ricky: No, no, no -- Karen -- Karen, it's ok.
Karen: You know, I -- I think you'd better leave now.
Ricky: I don't think so.
Ricky: This is my place.
Karen: Oh, yeah. Well -- maybe I should -- maybe --
Ricky: What? Huh? What? I'm listening.
Karen: Maybe I should --
Lucy: Hey. Listen, I'm sorry, but I'm just not quite in the mood to tell any more funny stories about Kevin, if that's ok.
Ian: I understand.
Lucy: You do, don't you? You seem to know exactly what I'm thinking and what I'm feeling.
Ian: I do.
Lucy: Thanks. That man is my rock. You know that. I just -- I can't understand why, if he's everything to me -- maybe it's because he's not here, you know? I'm completely off kilter. Maybe that's why I can't feel him because I don't understand --
Lucy: I should be able to feel him. I have this whole universe I'm supposed to be so in tune with, right, and feel everything. But the one thing I want to feel, I can't. I can't find him. Why is that? Why?
Ian: Come here. You will find him. Just have faith. Ok?
Alison: Jamal, do you really think this is going to work?
Jamal: Yeah. Hurry up. Just go.
Jamal: Come on, go!
Alison: I can't.
Jamal: Yes, you can. Just --
Alison: No, I can't. Jamal, something could seriously go wrong.
Jamal: No --
Alison: I won't let you give up -- I won't.
Jamal: But I want to, Ali.
Alison: No, I don't care. I don't care, Jamal. I don't care. Listen to me. I love you for this. My God, I do. I do. But I just -- we'll find another way, ok?
Alison: Hurry up -- now. Here, here -- take the keys -- the keys, the keys.
Guard: All right, you two. Party's over.
Jamal: I tried, baby.
Guard: Time's up. Nighty-night, people.
Alison: God. I've got to get to Rebecca. I've got to find some way. And I will. I have to.
Rebecca: What was that? Alison?
Livvie: Ok, Dad. If you're still alive, here it goes.
Livvie: Hello? Is anybody here? If you are, just let me see you. Rebecca. Rebecca, please, talk to me. Please, Rebecca. My name is Livvie, and I'm Alison's friend. You can talk to me, too. Please, Rebecca. Please, you have to tell me, is my father still alive? Please, Rebecca, talk to me! Please!
>> On the next "Port Charles" --
Ricky: You want me?
Rafe: So I get to go home -- back to Alison. Thank God.
James: God had nothing to do with this.
Alison: I think that Rebecca knows where Kevin is.
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