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Nick: How's the leg?
Sharon: I don't care about my leg. Why aren't they telling us anything about Noah?
Nick: Look, I'm sure as soon as they know something--
Sharon: Yeah, we'll know. He was down there all alone, Nick, without us.
Nick: Sharon, he's alive. You gotta be grateful for that.
Sharon: I am. I am grateful. Jack is still down there. He's all alone. He must be terrified. You know, I keep thinking... maybe there was some way all three of us could've gotten out of there.
Nick: There wasnít. There wasn't, Sharon. You need to stop worrying about it. Otherwise, you're just gonna make yourself sick.
Sharon: Well, too late.
Nick: Okay. Hey, you know, you could... pretend to be calm, and then that would make me calm, and then maybe you'd be calm then. Wanna try that?
Sharon: Have you talked to Phyllis?
Nick: I was hoping to have some good news about Noah.
Sharon: So she knows about Jack?
Nick: I was hoping to have some good news about him, too. But I did tell her that... you know, Jack helped us out.
Sharon: I can't believe he's still down there, trapped.
Doctor: Mr. and Mrs. Newman?
Nick: How's our son?
Doctor: A few cracked ribs, which we expected, and a ruptured spleen.
Sharon: Oh, my gosh.
Nick: Uh, so what do you do now?
Doctor: If the spleen can be repaired, we'll go that route, but, frankly, it's not likely. In which case we need to remove it. I need to get permission to go either way depending on what I find when we get in the O.R.
Nick: You'll keep us posted on, you know, what happens?
Doctor: Of course. I need one of you to sign the necessary paperwork.
Sharon: Can we see him?
Doctor: We need to get him to surgery right away.
Nick: Yeah, okay. Then let's do it. You--you go see Noah, I'll fill out the paperwork.
Sharon: Okay. Thank you.
Colleen: Kevin? I would've come sooner. I was in class.
Kevin: Hey. I got my dad's message and I came right over. Um, who do we give this to?
Kevin: What is it?
Colleen: It's Adrian's shirt. My dad and Victor told me to bring something--
Kevin: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Come with me.
Colleen: It's for the rescue dogs.
Kevin: Excuse me. Excuse me. Excuse me. Hi, we have this and we know the dog isn't supposed to smell it until right before he starts searching--
Woman: Oh, I'll take that for you. Whose is it?
Colleen: It's, uh, Adrian Korbelís.
Kevin: Uh, white male, thought to be accompanying white female Victoria Newman, both missing.
Woman: Thank you.
Colleen: White male missing. I hate the sound of that.
Kevin: I know.
Colleen: You know, just the thought of him, like, trapped down there, it's, uh...
Kevin: Listen, the rescue workers are on top of their game, okay?
Colleen: Have they-- have they found my uncle?
Kevin: Your Uncle Jack is too toxic to die. But I'm gonna put my personal feelings aside for the moment, okay?
Colleen: I mean, Kevin, can't we do something? I mean, like--like help or something?
Kevin: No, no, no. They're trained professionals, we're not. We could make the situation worse. And the reason that they're moving so slowly is because they have to make sure they don't cause any further structural damage, okay?
Colleen: If we go slowly, Kevin, someone could die down there.
Kevin: Yeah, I know.
Colleen: This is crazy. I mean, this isn't real. I donít... I don't understand--
Kevin: Well, look, look, look, we don't know for sure that--that Adrian and Victoria are down there, true?
Colleen: I mean, they were supposed to be at the local museum, touring the development, right?
Kevin: See? Hey, so--so, there's lot of places they could be. They--they could've lost cell service. They could've lost track of time.
Colleen: No, Kevin, I wish I could believe you. It's--I mean, has anyone checked, like, above ground or anything?
Kevin: Yeah, yeah, yeah, your dad and David Chow have been looking nonstop.
Colleen: You really think that they're down there, don't you?
Kevin: No. What I really hope is that they're not, okay?
Colleen: See, Adrian's cell is going straight to voice mail and it's full. He would've checked in by now, okay? And the only reason he wouldn't is if he was down there.
Kevin: No, no, in the words of my brother, objection! Because that calls for a conclusion, okay?
Colleen: If he could've called me, he would've.
Kevin: May I remind you that you and I were trapped in a burning freezer and we lived to tell the tale. But if Adrian is down there, he's gonna gonna live to tell the tale, too.
Woman: Mr. Winters, can you tell us how this happened?
Neil: There's no definitive answer to what caused the collapse.
Woman: Could it have been some sort of seismic activity?
Neil: That would only be speculation at this point.
Woman: What about survivors?
Neil: Yes, ten people were rescued, two of them remain in the hospital, one with a fractured leg, one in surgery. The other eight sustained minor or no injuries.
Man: Are there more people trapped inside?
Neil: Yes, there are. That's been confirmed by search and rescue dogs. We don't have all the names yet, but we're trying to find out who was in the building at the time of the collapse. Now luckily, there have been no fatalities.
Man: How many neighboring counties have sent rescue units and equipment?
J.T.: All right, let me know if you hear anything. Thanks. No one's seen Victoria's car.
Daniel: There's a million places she could still be. She could be in one of the condominiums, the restaurants.
Victor: They still haven't found Jack Abbott.
Man: Mr. Newman? We found some personal items in the rubble.
Victor: Can we see them?
Nikki: Oh, my God! Wait!
Victor: What? What?
Nikki: Oh, my God! This is her purse! This is Victoria's purse! This is her purse! Oh, God! Oh, Victor, it's her purse.
(Cell phone ringing)
Woman: This should help with the pain.
Sharon: Thank you. How long do operations like this one my son's having take?
Woman: It varies. I can tell you Noah has a great surgeon. He's in good hands.
Sharon: What is it? Is it Jack? What happened?
Nick: The rescue teams found... Victoria's purse. Vick's down there.
Sharon: Okay, well, that doesn't mean that she's injured and Adrian's with her, right? So--so she's not alone.
Nick: Yeah, but the whole pregnancy...
Sharon: Adrian will help her.
Nick: But what if Adrian is--is trapped someplace else? What if he's injured? What if he's dead?
Sharon: Okay, listen, don't think like that, all right? We got out of there alive, and so will she. Come here.
Victor: Can I get you anything?
Nikki: No. Just find Victoria, please.
Man: Mr. Newman?
Victor: So, Robert, when is the rest of the equipment coming that I ordered?
Robert: We've got several trucks that just came in.
Victor: Oh, thank God.
Daniel: Is there anything I can do to help?
Robert: Yeah, yeah, sure, we got a bunch of supplies coming in from other towns.
Daniel: Anything's better than standing around doing nothing, right?
Robert: Good. Follow me.
Victor: Thank you for everything you're doing.
J.T.: What sort of equipment did you bring in?
Victor: The latest kind of video equipment and microphones, made especially for very narrow spaces, so if someone is alive, they'll detect that.
David: I'm sorry. I don't have any more news. What's going on? Did they find your daughter?
Nikki: No. She's in there. They just don't know where.
David: How do they know that?
Nikki: The rescue team found her purse.
David: Oh, Nikki, I'm sorry.
Nikki: She's in such a fragile state right now with this pregnancy. I don't know how much stress she can take.
David: If she's anything like you, she's not giving up until she's out of there.
Nikki: I can't lose her. I-I canít. I mean, after almost losing Nicholas... I can't go through this. We've gotta find her. We've gotta find her.
J.T.: I can't stand this anymore. I'm going to look for her.
Victor: J.T., whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Don't you go anywhere. I do not want you to endanger my daughter with heroics. These people know what they're doing, all right? Please don't do it. I understand what you wanna do. Don't think I'm not impatient.
Victoria: Adrian?! Adrian, can you hear me?!
Colleen: What's going on? Excuse me! Excuse me! What's going on?
Daniel: The rescue workers found someone.
Nikki: Is it a woman?
Robert: Male, Caucasian. Pronounced dead on the scene.
Colleen: Dead?! Do you know who it is?
Robert: No, Ma'am.
Colleen: Oh, my God! Don't be Adrian or Uncle Jack. Please! Oh, God! Please! Please!
Woman: Has the body been identified?
Woman: Can you confirm it was a male?
Woman: Did he have any identification?
Neil: Okay, listen to me, one question at a time. The body has not been identified, and the victim is a male.
Man: Does anyone recognize him?
Neil: I really don't have the information to that right now.
Woman: There must be something you can tell us.
Neil: Okay, I can tell you that even if we did have a name, we couldn't release it until the next of kin has been notified.
Man: Can we speak with the incident commander?
Neil: The incident commander is very busy conducting the rescue mission.
Woman: What about one of the rescue personnel?
Neil: Their priority is getting to those people who are still trapped. I'm asking--I'm begging you to please respect that, okay? The same thing goes for those who are waiting for word on friends and family. Now please, no more interviews until after this crisis is over.
Woman: Mr. Winters, has the specialized equipment Victor Newman ordered arrived yet?
Neil: Yes, I believe that equipment has arrived and more is on its way.
Colleen: Hey. Um... they found a man's body, but they haven't identified him. I doubt its Adrian, because he's supposed to be touring the development with Victoria, right?
J.T.: That's what we thought, but, um... they found her purse in the rubble.
Colleen: Oh, God, no! Oh, my God! Oh, no! Oh, God!
Sharon: Nick, what is it? Just say it. It's better if you just say it.
Nick: They're bringing up the first casualty now.
Nick: They don't know, but... it's a male, Caucasian.
Sharon: Oh, God! Oh, God! Oh, I feel sick. I-I have to find out.
(Cell phone ringing)
Sharon: It's Sharon. I heard they have a casualty.
Nikki: They're bringing him up right now.
Sharon: Is it my husband?
Nikki: I don't know.
Sharon: Nikki, find out for me, please?
Nikki: I will.
Nick: What did she say?
Sharon: She's trying to get the information.
Nikki: Victor, who is it?
Victor: Never seen him before.
J.T.: It's Joe Boddington.
J.T.: The construction supervisor I worked for.
Nikki: Sharon, you don't know him.
Sharon: Thank you. Thank you, Nikki.
Sharon: It wasn't Jack.
Victoria: Oh! Oh, was that a protest? Or are you just letting me know that you're in there? Its okay, Baby, I'm gonna-- I'm gonna get us out of here. (Digging noises) (Grunting)
Victoria: Oh, my gosh! Who's there? Adrian, is that you? Adrian, you're okay!
Adrian: Oh, thank God, Victoria.
Victoria: Let me help you. Thank God you're all right.
Adrian: Are you okay?
Victoria: Yes. Oh, come on. Oh, my gosh! Thank God you're okay. Oh, my God!
Victoria: Okay. Do you feel as bad as you look?
Adrian: I couldn't possibly feel any worse, so... let's just say I'm happy there's not a mirror around. How's--how's the baby?
Victoria: He's kicking. A lot.
Adrian: That's a good thing, I hope.
Victoria: Well, let's just say, uh, it's his reminder of our priorities, which is to get him out of here.
Adrian: Okay. How's the baby's mom?
Victoria: I'm having a hard time breathing is all. I'm fine, though. I've made a little progress over here.
Adrian: Okay, you relax. I'll take over.
Victoria: What do you think happened?
Adrian: I can't be sure. The last thing I remember was I heard a loud cracking noise. I think that minivan probably saved my ass-- my--my life.
Victoria: I don't think that watching your language is a priority right now. It's okay.
Adrian: I was doing it for the baby's sake.
Victoria: Well, the baby kindly thanks you, and requests that you help me save his ass, please.
Adrian: You're in good spirits for somebody in our... predicament here.
Victoria: Yeah, well, it's one of the priorities of parenting. You gotta practice being calm, because when they're teenagers, you have to look like you know what you're doing even if you don't know what you're doing.
Adrian: Hey, do you have a cell phone?
Victoria: No. You?
Victoria: Okay, so... so we're cut off from the outside world. All right. Well, I bet all of those years of you being a scout are kicking in right now, huh?
Adrian: So I guess now is not the best time to tell you that I was... never a scout?
Victoria: (Laughs) it's all right. It's never too late to start, anyway.
Adrian: Hey, Vicki? If something happens to me, I just want you to know--
Victoria: No, I don't wanna hear that kinda talk right now. Okay, I donít. I don't wanna hear it.
Adrian: I want you to know that I really-- I really admire you.
Victoria: Okay. That kinda talk I can-- I can handle that kinda talk.
Adrian: All right.
Victoria: Thank you. Hey, Adrian?
Victoria: Um... I'm glad as hell you're here. It was kinda creepy being alone, you know?
Adrian: Happy to oblige.
Colleen: Kevin said you were down there.
J.T.: Yeah, I was, uh, I was down there with Cane and Mrs. Chancellor.
Colleen: Yeah, I heard. Did you get hurt?
J.T.: No, I... I got lucky.
Colleen: Well, I'm glad you're okay.
J.T.: Thanks. I hope Adrian's all right.
Colleen: I hope Victoria is, too. You know, um... I just keep thinking that... I can't remember what he was wearing the last time I saw him, you know? I, uh, had no idea it might be the last time.
Victoria: Maybe I should help you.
Adrian: You shouldn't be helping at all. Just... okay?
Victoria: You don't have to worry about me, you know? I'm--I'm pregnant, I'm not sick or anything.
Adrian: Yeah, not worrying? Okay, this is me, not worrying.
Victoria: You know...
Adrian: It's a dead end.
Victoria: What do you think about our air supply?
Adrian: We should be all right for a little while.
Victoria: You're just saying that to make me feel better, aren't you?
Adrian: If I said no, would you believe me?
Victoria: I'll be skeptical.
Adrian: All right, how about this? I'm a professor. This head is filled with knowledge.
Victoria: Oh. About getting out of a pile of concrete and rebar?
Adrian: Well, there's not a serious book about the aftermath of 9/11 that I haven't read. That, and the isolation after the levees broke in New Orleans and lots of other disasters where people were trapped in small places. It's kind of an obsession.
Victoria: That's kinda weird.
Victoria: So, uh... how did they get out?
Adrian: Any way they could. One thing they had in common was a good attitude.
Victoria: I need-- you know, I need to rest.
Adrian: Okay, here. Here. Take this.
Adrian: Here. Here you go. All right?
Victoria: Good attitude, huh?
Victoria: Well, that's nice and vague. So there's no other secret to survival? Just a good attitude?
Adrian: One other component-- pure dumb luck.
Victoria: There's that.
Victoria: And you and me-- we have one other thing at play, though. My dad.
Adrian: The infamous Victor Newman?
Victoria: Yeah. You know, even if we can't dig ourselves out of here, my family will make sure that the rescuers find us. In fact, my dad might be leading them here right now.
Adrian: I will be the first person to shake his hand and buy him a drink.
Victoria: You think I'm exaggerating, don't you? One time I left the house after I got into an argument with my parents. Nobody knew where I was. My dad was frantic, so he sent out a plane to sky write messages in the sky ordering me home.
Adrian: He still orders you around?
Victoria: Yeah, sometimes. But my dad is famous for doing the impossible. Trust me, the cavalry is on its way right now. I'm just tired, I just need to close my eyes for a minute.
Neil: Hey. Is the system operational?
Victor: They're lowering the camera right now. Isn't that something?
Victor: Let me have that. Excuse me for a moment. Would you turn the camera a little bit to the left? And now turn on the lights?
Nikki: I don't know, that just looks like a piece of metal, doesn't it?
Victor: What's that?
Man: All right, we need to drop this in the next location.
Robert: I don't know how much longer I can safely keep people out here. The methane levels are rising.
Nikki: Well, I can't leave. My daughter's in there. She's pregnant.
Robert: I-I realize that, Ma'am, but the more the gas accumulates, the more combustible it becomes. And the likelihood of an explosion increases, above ground and below.
Sharon: Your mom's not answering?
Nick: Neither is my dad, or anyone else I call.
Sharon: Well, that could be a good sign.
Nick: Or a bad one.
Sharon: There's nothing else we can do.
Woman: Excuse me. We have to replace two units of blood and we're proceeding with a full splenectomy.
Sharon: Is he gonna be okay?
Woman: The doctor will give you the update as soon as possible. Is there anything I can get for you?
Sharon: I feel sick.
Nick: How about some water for her? Thank you.
Woman: Of course. Excuse me.
Sharon: Why couldn't he have just gone fishing like he was supposed to?
Nick: There's no answer for that.
Sharon: You know, every time I think our son just cannot go through one more bad thing-- not one more-- then something else happens.
Nick: Sharon, if I could undo it, I-I would.
Sharon: I know. I know, but we're supposed to be his parents looking after him.
Nick: We can't control the world. Okay? Thank you.
Woman: Can I get you anything else?
Nick: Just tell the doctor we'd like to speak with her as soon as possible.
Robert: Thank you. May I have your attention? Levels of methane gas in this area have reached a level that requires all persons who are not rescue personnel to leave the area immediately. All civilians must leave the premises. Your cooperation will affect the safety of those still underground. Thank you. Officers, let's move 'em out, please.
Robert: No need to panic, folks, just take your time.
J.T.: Hey. Colleen, you need to get out of here.
Colleen: No, I'm waiting until they find Adrian.
J.T.: I'm not letting you risk your life here.
Colleen: If you're staying, I'm staying, okay?
J.T.: Adrian wouldn't want you to stay, and you know that. Just come to the cafe with me, all right?
David: All right, Nikki, they want us to leave, so we should go.
Nikki: I'm not leaving.
Victor: Do yourself a favor and go with him. All you can do around here is wait, okay?
Nikki: Victor, I'm not going anywhere until Victoria comes out.
Victor: You'll just endanger other people around here. You heard what he said!
Nikki: You're wasting your breath. Both of you, stop.
Victor: It's very dangerous here now.
Victoria: Thank you. Oh, that's much better.
Victoria: Oh, Boy, I tell you, my manicurist is gonna have her work cut out.
Adrian: Yeah, mine, too.
Victoria: So... what's the first thing you're gonna do when you get outta here?
Adrian: I'm gonna tell Colleen I love her. Maybe get the name of that skywriter your dad used.
Victoria: Things are pretty serious between you two? I mean, moving in together is a huge step.
Adrian: Well, it's easy with her. At first I was, you know, afraid she'd be worried what other people thought, but there comes a point where you can't be scared of that.
Victoria: We're gonna make it out of here.
Adrian: You're damn straight, all right? I got a lot to do left in this life.
Victoria: Yeah? Like what?
Adrian: Oh, you know, get married, have kids, um, write the great American novel, climb Mt. Everest. And I am gonna learn to play the flute.
Victoria: The flute? How very random of you.
Adrian: I was a big fan of the pied piper story when I was a kid.
Victoria: Oh. I see. I see.
Adrian: What about you? What are you gonna do?
Victoria: I don't know, maybe I'll go back to Italy. Maybe I'll paint a masterpiece. But mostly, I just wanna be a mom. I've wanted that for a long time. I've just had such rotten luck with it.
Adrian: Well, just think how much more you're gonna appreciate this kid when he comes.
Victoria: Yeah. You know, it's funny, I've been so superstitious about everything. I didn't wanna decorate the nursery, or I didn't wanna pick out any clothes or come up with a name or anything, because I was afraid I was gonna-- I was gonna jinx the pregnancy. Look at me. Don't get more jinxed than this.
Adrian: You know, yeah, it is--it is your fault that the parking structure collapsed.
Victoria: Well, you know, the world does revolve around me.
Adrian: Hey, you're gonna be a terrific mother.
Victoria: Thank you.
Adrian: So what's the first thing you're gonna do when we get outta here?
Victoria: Oh, you mean, after I take a bath? I'm gonna marry the man I love.
J.T.: Can you round up some more rescue workers? This is taking too long.
Robert: Look, as I told Mr. Newman, if the methane levels increase just a few more parts per million, I'm gonna cancel this operation altogether.
J.T.: The hell with the methane levels, you're not leaving my fiancťe down there!
Man: We've got two. We've got two!
Nikki: Look? Where? There! There! There she is!
Victor: Oh, my God, my sweetheart!
Robert: Monitor the air as you go.
J.T.: Give me a harness. I don't care what the methane levels are.
Robert: Look, I'll have you arrested.
Victoria: They found us!
Man: Ms. Newman, Mr. Korbel, rescue workers are on the way.
Victoria: (Laughs) it J.T. okay? Um, what about everybody else? Um, my mom and my dad and Nick? Are they okay?
Victor: My sweetheart, we are all here. We are all here.
Brad: Where's Victoria?
Man: Are you okay?
Brad: My eyes!
Robert: Complete evacuation. Terminate rescue effort. Complete evacuation. Terminate rescue effort.
Victor: Take her out of here.
Robert: Emergency traffic, I got firefighters down. I got firefighters down. Emergency traffic. How you doing, man? You all right?
Man: It's cold down there.
Robert: Come on. Here, here, help.
Victor: Let me ask you something, this--this would be an opportunity, right?
Robert: What are you talking about?
Victor: In other words, the explosion got rid of a lot of the methane?
Victor: Okay, in other words, it will take awhile for it to build up again?
Robert: Yes, Sir.
Victor: Thank you.
Robert: Yes. Where are you going? Mr. Newman!
Neil: Yes? What? Yeah.
Neil: Ladies and gentlemen, uh, may I please have your attention? I've just been informed that there's been an explosion likely due to the high levels of methane gas.
Neil: I'm very sorry, I-I have no further information at this time.
Victoria: Adrian? Adrian, wake up! Wake up, Adrian! Wake up!
Adrian: Ow! Ow!
Victoria: Oh, my God!
Victoria: (Coughing) your leg--oh, my God!
Victoria: Okay, there's, um... there's a piece of rebar stuck in your thigh.
Victoria: Okay, don't pull it out. We can't pull it out. If we do that, you might bleed to death.
Victoria: Oh, God! Help! Help! I think they cut the line. Okay, okay, come on, let's go.
Victoria: Let's go! The explosion made an opening. We can get out. We can walk that way. Come on. Let's go! Let's go! Can you stand?
Adrian: I don't know.
Victoria: Well, you can stand, because you have to. You have to get up.
Adrian: Ow! Ow! Ow!
Victoria: I'm sorry, but if we don't go, there might be another explosion. We have to get out. Go!
Adrian: Ow! Ow!
Doctor: Good news. The operation went just fine. Your son is in recovery and his vitals are stable.
Sharon: So he's gonna be okay?
Doctor: All signs look good.
Nick: The nurse said you had to do a full splenectomy?
Sharon: And--and that he lost a lot of blood?
Doctor: We removed the spleen to prevent further blood loss. Bleeding and infection are rare following this surgery, so we're looking good.
Nick: You said the-- the spleen fights infection?
Doctor: It removes waste and bacteria from the blood. It makes antibodies and red blood cells.
Sharon: So without one, what?
Doctor: He'll need to be closely monitored by your family physician, particularly during the first two years. Not having a spleen makes him very susceptible to infection.
Sharon: So--so we have to monitor this for how long?
Doctor: For the rest of his life.
Nick: When can we see him?
Doctor: As soon as the anesthesia wears off. Excuse me.
Nick: Okay, thank you, Doctor, thank you very much.
Sharon: The rest of his life?
Nick: Sharon... our son is alive, okay? He's gonna be fine. Just keep concentrating on that.
Victor: Somebody help!
Man: All right, we got a pulse here! Come on! Come on, move it! Move it! There we go.
Victor: His name is Jack Abbott.
Man: All right, here we go. Let's go! Let's go! Let's go!
Woman: We have a survivor. Male Caucasian, Jack Abbott.
J.T.: Victor? You did that by yourself?
Victor: I got lucky, because the explosion threw him close to the entrance. Get--get Victoria? The oxygen tank is right-- right down there! Right down there!
Daniel: Jack's alive. The paramedics have him now.
Sharon: The paramedics are with him? What does that mean?
Daniel: He's unconscious. I-I-I don't know. I don't know anything right now. I'll call you as soon as we find out more.
Sharon: Jack's alive.
Nick: Good. Good. Did they say anything about Vick?
Sharon: No. I'm sorry.
Victoria: I can't leave you.
Adrian: Go ahead. Go ahead.
Victoria: We gotta hurry.
Adrian: Yeah, okay.
Victoria: All right, you can do it.
Adrian: Watch out.
Victoria: You can do it.
Victoria: J.T.! Hi! Oh, my God!
J.T.: You okay?
Victoria: I'm fine. I'm fine. The baby's fine. Adrian--
J.T.: Okay, okay, get out of here. It's unstable. The rescue workers are right around the corner. All right? Go! Come on.
Adrian: Oh! Ow!
J.T.: I know. I know it hurts, but we gotta get out of here.
Victor: I don't need this. Please take it.
[Rocks start to fly off the roof of the building. One hits Victoria in the head and she falls down]
Victor: Watch out!
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
J.T.: When will she come to?
Dr. Ryan: I have no way of knowing that.
Sharon: Jack told me your eyes were damaged in the explosion.
Brad: I'd give both eyes if it meant the baby would be okay.
Nick: What about the baby?
Nikki: Please take care of her. Make sure that our daughter comes back to us, please.
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