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Port Charles Transcript Monday 6/24/02

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Rafe: What is it about this thing? Why can't I just let it go?

Rafe: There's something I have to do for her, this girl I keep seeing. But what is it? What is it? I can feel it, but what is it? Come on. Tell me what it is. Just tell me what it is.

Rafe: It's the candle. It's the candle. Whatever I have to do for this girl, whoever she is, it has something to do with this. And if I do it, maybe I'll stop being haunted by her -- her lovely face.

Jack: What's the matter, sweetheart? Aren't you happy to see me?

Livvie: Get out, Jack.

Jack: Don't mind if I do. I think I'll take a seat. This is a nice place. Nice couch. You know something, Livvie --

Livvie: Whatever it is, I don't care.

Jack: I swore to myself I would never let you surprise me again. But you never cease to amaze me.

Livvie: Not only don't I have any idea what you're talking about, I am not interested.

Jack: Oh, neither am I, not if you're going to sit here and deny it. But come on, please make my day. Tell me how you pulled it off.

Livvie: Pulled off what, Jack?

Jack: I mean, it was brilliant. That was some brilliant work. I got to give it to you. But it was also kind of sick. But I guess when the family you come from, crazy --

Livvie: I said get out!

Jack: Oh. Do you know where they put insane people? Mental hospitals.

Livvie: Damn you, Jack.

Jack: Just for old time's sake, though, Livvie, come on. What do you say? I mean, I've seen you in the morning. I've seen you make all your moves. So come on. Dazzle me. How did you manage to pass of your dead uncle Ryan's ashes as Kevin's?

Lucy: Doc, I don't remember this sketch of me. I don't remember you doing it, but -- I know I would remember if -- I certainly wouldn't have thrown it away or let it get out here. Wonder where it came from.

[Phone rings]

Lucy: Hello. Ye-- yes, Kate, I -- what? No, no. I understand. I'll be right there. Oh, my God. Alison.

Ian: Karen?

Karen: Ian.

Deneice: O.R.'s standing by.

Ian: Cerebral aneurysm.

Deneice: Amanda Barrington just called. She landed in Port Charles. She's on her way in.

Karen: Ok, get a CT trauma panel, tox screen.

Deneice: Ok, got it.

Ian: Pupils are unequal.

Karen: Her pulse is weak.

Ian: Call neuro for a consult, please.

Deneice: I'm on my way.

Ian: We need a chest x-ray for for tube placement.

Nurse: Ok.

Jamal: Hey, Karen. Hey, what's going on?

Kate: What's happening?

Karen: We'll let you know as soon as we find out something.

Jamal: Is she going to be ok?

Karen: I'll let you know, ok? Hold on.

Jamal: Listen, please. All right.

Kate: Oh, Jamal, I'm so sorry.

Jamal: Hang on, Ali. Please just hang on.

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Rafe: Ok. Hmm. One last look before I move off to start my new, happy married life with Livvie.

Livvie's Voice: I want to be a good wife, Rafe, and I want to make you happy.

Rafe's Voice: That's my profession.

Livvie's Voice: Thank you. We're going to make such wonderful memories together.

Livvie's Voice: Yes? Oh, sweetie!

Rafe's Voice: Ok, ok, ok, ok, ok.

Livvie's Voice: Oh, God, we're going to be so happy, I promise you.

Minister's Voice: I now pronounce you man and wife.

Livvie's Voice: I do love you, Rafe, more than I ever loved anyone else.

Rafe's Voice: You, my beautiful, beautiful wife.

Livvie's Voice: My home is here with you, and you are my family.

Livvie's Voice: We're married. Oh, We're finally married.

Livvie's Voice: we're going to go away and we're never going to look back and it's just going to --

Rafe's Voice: I know, I know. No looking back.

Rafe: I just wish that --

Rafe: I wish I knew who you are. I wish I knew why I can't get you out of my mind. Livvie's right. Yeah, that's all in the past, and it's time for me just move on to the future. Ok. I got the candle. I think I know what to do with it. All right, goodbye, Port Charles, and goodbye, whoever you are.

Kate: Hang on, Jamal.

Jamal: Don't tell me. Tell Alison.

Jamal: Mrs. Barrington.

Amanda: Alison?

Jamal: Mrs. Barrington -- she's --

Amanda: Oh, no, no, dear God, no.

Jamal: No, no, look, she's alive, ok? Everyone's here and the doctors are working on her, ok?

Amanda: Ok. Please, dear God, not my granddaughter.

Jamal: Look, Mrs. Barrington, she needs you to be strong.

Amanda: Yes.

Jamal: She needs all of us to be strong.

Amanda: Yes, she needs our strength. You're right. You're so right, Jamal.

Jamal: Yeah, come on.

Ian: All right, I'm in. Let's hope we're not too late.

Karen: We should see something soon.

Ian: Vitals?

Karen: B.P. is 138/74, pulse is regular, 76. Let's see here. Right pupil is responding just slightly.

Ian: Well, they're all good signs. It's like she's starting to stabilize. I'm going to suture the tube and do a dressing, ok?

Karen: Ok. Well, if you're ok, I'm going to go bring everybody else up to speed.

Ian: Right. Give me a hand with this first, please.

Karen: Ok.

Amanda: Thank you for keeping us all advised, counselor.

Kate: Oh, no problem.

Amanda: I appreciate all you've done for my granddaughter. You've been very kind.

Jamal: Here you go, Mrs. B.

Amanda: Thank you.

Lucy: Jamal, what's going on?

Jamal: I -- I don't know.

Lucy: Well, what is it? What's wrong with Alison? Karen?

Karen: Everyone, hey.

Jamal: Karen, what is going on with Alison? Please tell me.

Kate: Well, how does it look?

Karen: Well, Alison is stable right now.

Amanda: Oh.

Jamal: What do you mean, "right now?"

Karen: Well, we brought down the intercranial pressure, but in cases like this, the first few recovery hours are critical, so Dr. Thornhart and I will stay with her just for a little while, just in case.

Jamal: Ok. Ok. All right. All right.

Amanda: Thank you so much for my granddaughter.

Jamal: Yeah, thank you for everything, for you guys taking care of her.

Karen: Yeah. Well, we'll let you know if there's a change, ok?

Jamal: Mm-hmm.

Lucy: Yeah, thanks. Mrs. Barrington, I'm so sorry. Listen, it sounds kind of so far so good. I don't know.

Amanda: So far, yes, but I suppose I should -- I suppose I should telephone her parents and let them know. If you'll excuse me. Isn't there a telephone around here someplace?

Kate: It's right here.

Amanda: Oh, thank you.

Jamal: Look, if you two are cool and everything, I'm going to give Jack a call just to see if I can get in contact with him again, ok?

Lucy: Yeah.

Kate and Lucy: Good idea.

Jamal: All right. Cool.

Kate: Lucy --

Lucy: I don't get this. I don't get one minute Alison is in the courtroom swearing she killed Kevin, and now she's in there.

Kate: Well, things can change awfully fast in this world.

Lucy: In this whole universe. I don't understand anything anymore. I don't think I -- I just don't understand how Alison could have murdered Doc and now to have her in there. I don't even know what to think or feel anymore at all.

Kate: Well, you know how I feel? I feel guilty. I feel so guilty.

Lucy: For what?

Kate: Alison didn't kill Kevin. She just said that to spare you and Victor and everybody the pain of the trial.

Lucy: What are you saying?

Kate: Alison doesn't have any more idea what happened to Kevin than the rest of us.

Lucy: Then why -- why would she do --

Kate: Me. She did what she did in court today because of me.

Lucy: You mean, as -- as her lawyer, what exactly did you tell her?

Kate: I told her that the only way that she could save herself was to throw away everything that she believes in and plead insanity.

Lucy: What? Even though you knew she didn't kill him?

Kate: We were going to lose, Lucy. She was caught up in this world that is based solely on reason, so she had to play by the rules of the world I live in. I told her no magic candles and no mysterious lovers and no 100-year-old witches. I told her that her world of angels and sunshine had failed her and that she had better wake up and start living in my world before it was too late.

Lucy: So Alison lied.

Kate: She got up on that stand and took the blame for Kevin's death.

Lucy: So what you believe happened is because you, what, I guess you couldn't fight for her in court? She's now in there fighting for her life?

Livvie: I don't know what you're talking about.

Jack: "I don't know what you're talking about." You know, if I had a buck for every time you said that, I'd be a millionaire. Come on, start telling the truth.

Livvie: Oh, "come on, come on." If I had a buck every time you said that -- Jack, please, do you really think I could dig up my uncle's grave and try passing the ashes off as my father's?

Jack: Yeah, I do. I think it would be simple for someone like you.

Livvie: What do you mean, someone like me?

Jack: Come on, just admit it or not. All right, it's one way or the other.

Livvie: Oh, God.

Jack: It's -- what?

Livvie: Jack, what are you whining about now?

Jack: It's just like the old Caleb thing. All those rotten things you did were supposedly protecting all the people you love.

Livvie: I destroyed Caleb.

Jack: That's after wrecking everybody's lives, because that was just part of it. Kind of the same thing, huh?

Livvie: I don't understand.

Jack: And now you're protecting us from this evil monster from evil Alison and trying to make her pay with her life for Kevin's death. Just like Rachel, huh? All the crazy things she did trying to protect you, and then she told her lunatic self that it was all for the greater good. Is this starting to sound a little bit familiar, Livvie?

Livvie: Yeah, that's right. Good for you, Jack. Good for you. You know how to hurt me.

Jack: Yeah, well, I didn't know you could still feel.

Livvie: Yes, you did. Why are you doing this to me?

Jack: Because if you have one ounce of decency left in you, you would admit to what you have done so we could find out what really happened to your dad.

Livvie: I know what happened to my father. He is dead. Jack, Alison murdered my father.

Jack: Livvie, you've got to be kidding me. And buried his ashes in her grandmother's back yard? Come on! Start telling the truth!

Livvie: The truth is I -- I miss you just as much as you miss me, Jack.

Jack: What?

Rafe: Ok, Mrs. Kovich, ready or not, it is time for the start of our new life.

Livvie: And I want you just as much as you want me.

Jack: Oh, but, Livvie, I don't know what you're thinking.

Livvie: I'm thinking nothing.

Jack: No. No, no, seriously.

Livvie: Just, Jack, please, please --

Jack: No -- no, hey --

Livvie: Help me, please, Rafe! Help me!

Lucy: You actually told Alison to lie under oath?

Kate: No. No. I just wanted her to tell the truth -- her truth, her magic witch-candle truth.

Lucy: And she knew if she did --

Kate: The judge would think that she was crazy and he would sentence her to a hospital and not prison.

Lucy: Which would mean that all of us who believe like she did were crazy, too. We'd have to end up in the loony bin, also, because we all still believe there's magic in the world.

Kate: You're right. She decided to plead guilty. She had to do her own way.

Amanda: Oh, she always has. I've argued with her because, virtually, from the time she could speak, she was willful, she was impulsive --

Jamal: Spunky?

Lucy: Mrs. Barrington, I bet you were just like Alison when you were her age.

Amanda: You know, looking back now, I regret all the time we wasted fighting and arguing, particularly when it comes to the man she loved. I'm so sorry, Jamal, and now it may be too late.

Jamal: No, no, not a chance. Don't count her out.

Amanda: I hope you're right.

Lucy: No, we all hope you're right.

Kate: Yeah, keeping our fingers crossed.

Ian: So far, so good.

Karen: Ventriculostomy's doing well.

Ian: Let's get her over to I.C.U. We'll be right behind you, all right?

Karen: Wait, Ian, wait. B.P.'s dropping.

Ian: What?

Karen: Pupils fixed, dilated.

Ian: Are we draining?

Karen: It's draining, but it's not relieving the pressure fast enough.

Ian: That bleed's got to be bigger than we thought.

Kate: We'll need a new CAT scan.

Ian: We need an E.E.G. machine down here right away.

Deneice: I'm on it.

Ian: I'm going back in here. Got to relieve the pressure. Need some help?

Rafe: Livvie, are you all right?

Livvie: Yeah, I'm fine. I'm fine. Let's go.

Rafe: Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Livvie: Now, Rafe, please. Let's go.

Rafe: What happened here?

Livvie: Are you crazy? You saw it with your own two eyes. He forced his way in and he tried to rape me.

Rafe: I know. Ok, ok. Easy. Easy.

Livvie: Oh, God, are you kidding me? Thank God you're here or else he would have, and then -- please, please, no. I just want to get out of here.

Rafe: I know. Try to calm down.

Livvie: "Calm down?"

Rafe: I'm going to call the police.

Livvie: No. No, Rafe. No. Get me out of here now, please. Please.

Rafe: Ok, ok, ok. Get your stuff together, all right?

Livvie: Ok.

Rafe: Let's go.

Livvie: Hurry, please.

Rafe: What's this?

Livvie: What? Nothing. Nothing. Who cares?

Rafe: What's he trying to do?

Livvie: Leave it. Nothing. I said leave it. Ok, just leave it.

Rafe: Livvie, what are you doing?

Livvie: Nothing.

Rafe: Livvie, wait --

Livvie: Look, it doesn't matter, Rafe. It doesn't matter! It doesn't matter!

Rafe: Ok, ok, listen, it's ok, ok. Just calm down. I know you're upset. I know you're upset, but if this guy -- if he attacked you, we have to call the police, all right? You can understand that.

Livvie: No, no, Rafe, please.

Rafe: Yeah.

Livvie: Please, and I have been through so much already and I've been to the cops with Alison and I don't want to do it again. I can't. Please. I can't. I'm begging you.

Rafe: Ok.

Livvie: I am begging you. Please. Please, get me out of here, please.

Rafe: Ok, ok.

Livvie: Please.

Rafe: Ok.

Livvie: Get me out of here.

Rafe: Let's go. Let's go, ok?

Livvie: Get me out of here.

Rafe: Let's go.

Livvie: Ok.

Jack: Uh. Damn. Ugh. What was that? And who the heck hit me? Oh. Ok, Livvie. You can run, but you can't hide.

Lucy: You know, I thought in your given profession you might be a little bit better at waiting.

Kate: I usually am, but waiting for a verdict is one thing.

Lucy: Yeah, I know what you mean.

Kate: Sure, you do.

Lucy: You know, I'm going to call home and check on my little girl.

Kate: Again?

Lucy: Yeah. Sometimes hearing her voice just helps me get -- I don't have my cell phone. I keep forgetting that. Oh. I forgot about this.

Kate: Forgot?

Lucy: Oh, it's a drawing I found of me.

Kate: May I see?

Lucy: Yeah, sure. Kevin -- Kevin did it. I think it's pretty good.

Kate: Kevin did this?

Lucy: Yeah. He does really nice work. I'm just not sure when he did it.

Kate: You said you found this yesterday?

Lucy: Just -- no, right before I came over here.

Kate: And you've never seen it before?

Lucy: No. Why?

Kate: Well, did you notice it's dated for just three days ago.

Lucy: What? Where?

Kate: June 19, 2002.

Lucy: Those are my Doc's 2s. He has this funny little curly thing he makes at the top.

Kate: But how could he have dated it and sketched it only three days ago?

Lucy: Oh, my gosh. The date's after he disappeared.

Jamal: Hey, Mrs. B., Looks like you're barely holding up. Why don't you go home and rest.

Amanda: No. No, no, no. I'll just sit down.

Jamal: Maybe you should. It's probably better. They don't need you here. It's fine.

Amanda: No. I said -- look, I'm just as stubborn as Alison is, and I will not leave this hospital, not until we have an answer, Jamal.

Jamal: Ok, that's fine. I know how a Barrington is when she digs in. Well, look, why don't we go down to the lounge and grab a cup of tea, and I bet you by the time we get back, she'll be up and running around, wondering what the fuss is all about.

Amanda: Do you really believe that?

Jamal: I more than believe it. I know it. A Barrington fights until she wins, right?

Amanda: Alison has so much to fight for and so much to fight against, hasn't she?

Karen: Ian?

Ian: I'm out of tricks. There's nothing left to do but wait.

>> On the next "Port Charles" --

Karen: First Eve, then Kevin, now Alison. It's just not fair.

Jack: I bet you that those ashes they found weren't Kevin's, but his brother Ryan's.

Rafe: What's going on, Livvie? What are you really running away from?

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