7th Heaven (1996–2007): Season 2, Episode 7 - Girls Just Want to Have Fun - full transcript

Simon's gentle schoolmate Stan sleeps over but has a horrid nightmare. Simon promises to keep his friend's secret but big brother Matt, who already suspected the boy's weird sister Lauren 'Babydoll', spills the beans to dad, who informs the incredulous parents she's in a street gang. The girls fuzz about mall shopping, and Lucy's secretive romantic reason.


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No. No, please.

No, please. Please.


No. No, please. No, no.

Come on, Stan. Stan, wake up.

Come on, wake up.
You're having a nightmare.

What's going on? Everybody okay?

Yeah, we're okay.
Stan just had a bad dream.

- Yeah, sorry.
- That's okay.

What was the dream about?

I can't remember.

We were telling scary stories
before we went to bed.

The call is coming
from the upstairs phone.

They drove away
but when they got home,

there was a hook hanging
in the handle of the car door.

Great plan, Crypt Keeper.

- Are you guys gonna be okay?
- Oh, yeah.

Good night again.

You sure?

Dad, please,
you're cutting in on my beauty rest.

- Beauty rest?
- What?

It's not all genetic.


Hey, thanks for making that stuff up.

I didn't make anything up.
That stuff you told me was really scary.

I know. But you're not
gonna tell anyone, right?

You promised.

My most excellent promise,
and I won't.

Come here, Happy. Come here.

That's a good girl.
That's a good girl, all right.

She's tougher than she looks.

- Thanks.
- No problem.

So, what time's your sister
supposed to pick you up?

Twenty minutes ago.
She's always late.

- I wish I didn't have to go home.
- Yeah.

Maybe you can come back later.
Stay over tonight.

- You sure?
- Yeah, if it's okay with your parents.

- What about yours?
- They won't care.

And don't worry about that other stuff.
We're gonna figure something out.

- I don't know.
- I do, and it'll be okay.

I love that mall.
It has all the cool stores.

RUTHIE: Thank you.
MARY: You're welcome.

- How fast is 100 miles an hour?
- Fast.

- Great, I'll be ready. See you later.
- You know,

you're the only person I know that gets
that jazzed about going to the mall.

It's not about just going to the mall.
It's the whole mall experience.

The neon, the blinking lights, the air.

The air is recirculated
probably a thousand times.

I know. And it smells like...shopping.

When I die, I want my ashes
to be sprinkled from Level 8,

so that way they'll blow around
and some will land in the plants,

and some will be
sucked up into the vents,

and some will land
on that grill stuff on the escalator.

And that way part of me
will be part of the mall forever.


Yeah. Freak.

Besides that,
I like hanging out with my friends.

Oh, yeah, I forgot,
you're running with the cool group.

- You're just jealous that I have friends.
- Oh, and I tried so hard to hide it.

- But how fast is 100 miles an hour?
- Really fast.

Look, I don't know how to explain it,
but I will.

- Eventually.
- When's eventually?

Sometime in the future,
but you're not sure when.

- Is it for sure?
- What?




MARY: Go ask Matt.
RUTHIE: He won't know.

Hey, you know what,
I'll catch a ride with you to the mall.

I don't think you will.

These are my friends,
this is my thing and you're not invited.

That's okay.
We can find our own thing.

- Hey, Karen.

- Sorry, I'm late. I got hung up.
STAN: It's okay.

- Did you have a good time?
- Yeah, I had a great time.

In fact, we had such a great time,

we were wondering
if Stan could stay over again tonight.

- It's okay with my mom and dad.
- Cool with me.

Stan will call you
after he asks our parents.

- Okay.
- So you ready?

Yeah. I just gotta go get my bag.

Well, hurry up.
I have other stuff I've gotta do.

- Nice belt.
- Thanks.

- So, what does the B stand for?
- My nickname: Babydoll.

- Almost everybody calls me that.
- Yeah, except for Stan.

It takes Stan awhile
to get with the program.

Yeah, must come
with the age or something.


This it?

- I'll call you later.
- Okay.

See you later, Stan.
It was nice meeting you.

Thanks for taking care of my brother.

No problem.

When did Mom and Dad say
Stan could stay over?

Earlier, when you weren't around.

Yeah, right.

Your buddy looked weird
when I got here.

- What did you say to him?
- Nothing.

You better not have.

You told me not to, so I didn't.
I swear.

- You just missed Stan's sister.
- So, what did I miss?

- She's...interesting.
- Interesting, how?

Stan looked a little rough
around the edges.

Did you happen to take a look
at Simon this morning?

It comes with the sleepover territory.

They probably got
a total of one hour's sleep last night.

- What about Stan's nightmare?
- No sleep, chilidogs, nachos,

assorted foods on a stick, Orangina.

We're lucky they didn't throw up.

- I hope you're right.
- I hope I am too.

But how fast is 100 miles an hour?

- I don't know.
- Why don't you?


I'll get it.

Hey, you.


What are you up to today?

I don't know.
I like to keep my Saturdays open.

In case Mary and Lucy
wanna hang out and catch up.

Uh-huh. And how's that going?

Well, Lucy's going to the mall,
but she'll come home eventually.

- She always does.
- So true.

And Mary's upstairs cleaning her room.

But she'll be done eventually.
She always is.

Would you like to call
Lynn or Skyler

and see
if they can come over and play?

Why? I have two perfectly good sisters
to play with right here. Eventually.

That eventually isn't quite right.

Is it close?

- I'll keep working.
- Good idea.

You know what,
I've got a lot to do today,

so you're more than welcome
to help me.

I'll get back to you.


- Do you mind?
- Not if you don't.

Why play games?
We both know you're up to something

and it'd be a lot easier to plan my
day if I had an idea of what's coming.

- What?
- Like, do I need to stick by the phone

so I can intercept a call for you?

Do I need to warn Matt we'll have
to sneak out to the mall to get you?

Do I need bail money, which means
do I negotiate with Simon now,

which is a whole different ugly thing, or
do I raid everyone's piggy bank later?

I don't know. But what I do know
is that your doing something stupid

makes a lot of work for me,
so I would really appreciate

any little hint
about coming attractions.

I'm going to the mall
with a couple of friends. That's it.

And for the record,
it's none of your business.

- I wish.
- And I'd wish you respect my privacy.

It'd be a lot easier
if you weren't so public with it.

MATT: Hey, Luce, your ride's here.
- Listen.

If you're trying to hide your plan,
your plan must be really stupid.

So whatever it is,
just don't do it, please.

You don't know anything.

- What's going on?
- I'm learning how to ride thermals.


Seems like something
I should know.


So Stan seems pretty cool,
but his sister's a piece of work.

Yeah, I guess.
But then again, we can trot out Lucy.


- So did you checked out her belt?
- Yeah.

It's so big, at first I thought

it was a World Wrestling Federation belt
or something.

But, well, then Stan told me
the B stands for "Babydoll."

Nice-- Nice nickname.

- It wouldn't have been my first choice.
- No, no. "Babycakes" is more you.


Anyway, it's weird though.
I've seen these guys at school,

they have the same kind of insignia
tattooed on their hands and arm.

But it stands for "Blackburn 16."

I don't think that Karen's belt
has anything to do with her nickname.

I think she's in their gang.

What do you think?

I promised Stan I wouldn't tell anyone.

I didn't wanna get him in trouble.

Look, if Stan's sister is in a gang,
he already is in trouble.

but we're gonna figure something out.

That's part of the reason
he's coming back over.

We're gonna work on a plan.

Simon, there is no plan
that can fix this.

- This is way too big for you guys.
- No, it's not.

Especially now.
And if you know, you can help us.

I am gonna help you.
I'm gonna talk to Mom and Dad.

No, no, no, you can't. Wait.

Please, I promised.
My most excellent promise.

- I didn't. And I'm getting help.
- No, no, no. You can't tell anyone.

- Look, I have to, Simon.
- But I trusted you.

- Simon, look--
- I wish you weren't my brother.



I told Simon I thought
Stan's sister was wearing a gang tag

when she came to pick up Stan.

According to Simon, who got it from
Stan, it's because she is in a gang.

Blackburn 16.

No wonder
Stan was having nightmares.

No kidding.


Hello? It's Stan's mom.


No, we're perfectly fine
with Stan spending the night again.

No, Simon's telling the truth.

Stan is absolutely no trouble
and we're happy to have him.

Great. Okay. So we'll see him later.
All right, bye-bye.

- Simon's been busy.
- I forgot.

Simon told Stan's sister that you said
it was okay if he stayed over tonight.

And it is, it's fine.

It just doesn't feel like much
in light of this whole situation.

Well, it's not like there's
a "how to" guide for this kind of thing.

We're gonna have to take it
one step at a time.

I know, and you're right.

Do you have any idea
what the next step might be?

Yeah, talking to Stan's parents.

- But first, I'm gonna talk to Simon.
MATT: Good luck.

I talked to him, and now
he wishes I weren't his brother.

Honey, he's just upset.
You know that.

Sure. He'll get over it.

- I'll see if I can't help him get over it.
- Make it sooner than later, okay?


Hey, Stan's mom called.
It's okay if he spends the night tonight.

I'm sorry
I didn't ask you and Mom first.

It was just sort of an emergency
and, thanks to Matt's big mouth,

you probably know why.

Well, thanks to Matt, your mom and I
do know. And it is an emergency.

I'm glad you recognised that
and went to Matt for help.

I didn't go to Matt for help.
I promised Stan I wouldn't tell anyone.

But then Matt and his slick ways
came in to talk,

wheedled it out of me
and went and told the whole world.

Your mom and I
are not the whole world.

But you're most of it.

I mean, how could he do this to me?

I promised Stan
my most excellent promise.

Matt cares about you
and your friend.

If Matt cared about Stan or me,
he would help us figure out a plan,

not spilled his guts
and broken my promise.

Matt's older,
he knows some things that you don't.

It comes
with the being-older territory.

It's possible
that he looked at Stan's situation

and saw a few things
that maybe you didn't.

Stan's my friend, not Matt's.

I think I know a little bit more
about him and his situation than Matt.

Your mom and I knew something was
up with Stan before Matt said anything.

We were there
after Stan's nightmare.

He looked a little off
when his sister came to pick him up.

And then you, you invited him
to stay over without asking first.

- Something you never do.
- No, I'm very good about that.

Yeah, you are.

Your mom and I
were gonna talk to you about it.

Matt just got to you first.

He got to me
because my defences were down.

Maybe he got to you
because deep down on some level,

you knew your big brother
would help you out.

- You're reaching, Dad.
- You know, your mom and I

can't be with you guys
every second of every day,

so we have to count on you
to handle a lot of things by yourselves.

We also have to count on you

to know which things
you shouldn't try to handle alone.

Knowing which is which
is a big part of growing up.

Matt did the right thing.
He looked out for everybody.

Everybody except for me.
Stan's gonna think I betrayed him.

Matt made me look like a traitor
and I'll never trust him again.

I've felt that way before,
but believe me,

when it comes
to the really important stuff,

I'm pretty sure you can trust
your big brother to do the right thing.


He packs a lot of stubborn
into that little body.

He'll get bored after a while
and move on.


I hope so. I'd better get moving too.

I'm gonna see what
Sergeant Michaels has on this gang

and then head over to Stan's.

Good luck.

You just never know what your kids
are up to when you're not around.

- Thank you.
- You're welcome.

Okay, time to synchronise
our watches.

We have to be back here and changed
before our moms come to pick us up.

- Check.
- Check.

Check. Let's roll.

Do me a favour
and wrangle Ruthie for me, will you?

- I wanna head out to the mall in a bit.
- Okay.

Is there a problem?

No, we were
just playing hide-and-seek.

If you're the one who's hiding,
you're not doing a very good job.

If you're the one who's seeking,
you should start.

- I'll start.
- Thanks.

Mom, you're picking Lucy up
a little early, aren't you?

But she won't be expecting you
until later.

That's why they call me "Mom."



Okay, Ruthie, you win.
Come on out.

- Please.
- Honey, how's my lipstick?

- Do I need to blot?
- Yeah, blot.

- Okay.
- Mom, I can't find Ruthie.

I'm sorry, but she weaselled herself
in somewhere and I can't find her.

I know where she is, but I'm not
the one who promised to find her.

So seek quickly, my darling, because
now that I've blotted, I'm ready to go.


Come on, Simon,
let's talk about this.

There's a thermal now.

There is no thermal in your bedroom.

- This is the dumbest thing I've seen.
- Hey.

It's bad luck
to open an umbrella in the house.

Well, it's bad luck to be your brother.

- We're going to the mall.
MATT: Whatever.

As soon as I can find Ruthie.

Why didn't you tell me
she was hiding in here?

I didn't know.
I thought she was sleeping in here,

which she usually does.


She usually does that too.


Where have you been?
I've been hiding here forever.

I know. I'm sorry.

We've gotta go.
Mom's waiting to take us to the mall.

I love the mall.
I love the way it smells.

Come on.

Are you sure you heard this right?

I can't believe
my daughter is in a gang.

Stan has been tired,
but he's been in a growth spurt.

He's always tired
when he adds an inch or two.

I'm so sorry.
I know how tough this must be.

Really? Because ten minutes ago,
our lives were fine.

And now our daughter's in a gang,
both our children are in danger.

So it is comforting that someone else
knows what this is like.

I know the kind of fear
parents have for their children.

I just can't believe this.

I mean, I thought some day
we'd have to talk about gangs to Stan,

but not our daughter.

Well, gangs are
equal-opportunity organisations.

So you never talked
to Karen about this?

We've never had a reason
to talk to her or Stan about this.

Things have been a little tense
between them lately.

But Karen's been spending
a lot of time with her friends and...

We just thought that Stan
felt a little jealous and left out.

We've actually been trying to get them
to spend more time together.

- Great plan, huh?
- Well,

you did the best you could.
You didn't know.

I'm just not sure
we know anything now.

I understand. Have you noticed
anything unusual in Karen's room?

You mean, like have we found
any gang members

milling around in her sock drawer?

No, we haven't.
We don't search our children's rooms.

I don't search mine either,
but usually in cases like this,

there's some kind
of gang paraphernalia around.

Cases like this? We are not a case,
and we trust our kids.

I trust my kids too,
but I gotta tell you,

I have no idea what they do
when I'm not around.

And the possibilities are becoming
more and more frightening.

We need to talk.

I understand.
I appreciate your listening.

Stan started this whole thing
by saying something to Simon?

That's how I hear it.

Let's take a look in her room.

I didn't know
what to look for before today.

I didn't even know I needed to look.

But I should've been looking harder
at my kids, at their friends, everything.

Let's go.


I'm not sure what we were looking for,
but I am sure we didn't find it.

I'm sorry.

I mean, that's great,
I'm happy to be wrong, but I'm sorry.

I've invaded your privacy

and made some apparently
unfounded accusations.

Yes, you have.

But I'm glad you were wrong too.

Listen, I hope
you'll still let Stan stay over tonight.

I'd feel terrible if this impacted
somehow on the boys' plans.

Of course Stan can stay over.

It's been great for him
to have Simon to hang with.

I just wish I knew
what the real story is.

Me too. And again, I apologise.

It's okay. I'm just glad
we were right about our kids.

My jacket looks so good on you
I can't believe it.

- Really?
- Oh, yeah.

Don't look now, but there's
a total hottie at 12 o'clock

and he is checking you out.

- Hey, how you doing?
- Great. How about you?

Can't complain.

But I'm afraid you ladies are gonna
need my professional services.

- Why is that?
- Because anybody who looks as lovely

as you ladies do
must need protecting.

- Hi, I'm Jim.
- Nice to meet you, Jim.

But how fast
is 100 miles an hour?

Well, it means that in one hour,
or about as long as it takes

to watch one Xena,
we could go 100 miles.

I wouldn't go.
I don't like to miss Xena.

Why don't I run in, find Lucy
and meet you guys back here?

You won't have to get out of the van.

That's okay.
I need to pick up a few things anyway.

That's part of the reason
I wanted to come early.


Well, I'll run in, find Lucy
and meet you at the food court.

Don't want you wasting your time
looking for Lucy.

That would be great, thanks.

I'll go find a parking spot
and we'll meet you inside.

It's a plan.



I wouldn't carry a gun
even if they'd let me.

- You must be very brave.
- Well, yeah.

But it's easy to be brave when
your hands are registered weapons.


She's 14. They're all 14. Get lost.

I knew that. We were just talking.

- Yeah, you were.
- I'll be 15 in six weeks.

Who do you think you are?

I'm gonna have to ask you
the same question,

because I can't tell by looking.

Me? How could you do this to me?
You totally betrayed me.

What? I asked you what
you were up to. You said, "Nothing."

I said, "Don't do anything stupid,"
and you said, "Okay."

And yet, here you are.
You lied to me.

In case you didn't know,
this is what stupid looks like.

Well, you don't know everything.
All I was doing was talking to Jim

and expressing myself as a person,
not just the younger sister.

News flash, you are the younger sister,
and the important word is younger.

- Jim is what, 19 or 20?
- He'll be 21 in March. He's a Pisces.

Yeah, and you're 14
and dead if Mom sees you like that.

What kind of guy is interested
in a 14-year-old girl, anyway?

Hm, maybe a loser creep?

- Mom's here?
- No, I drove myself.

Look, if I wanted to betray you,
I wouldn't have tried to warn you.

I would've just let Mom find you
and bust you.

Thanks for the warning.



One month, no hanging at the mall,

no nightly catch-up on the phone,
no nothing.

You go to school, work hard,
get good grades,

do well on SATs and go to college--

- Mom.
- I'm still a little angry.

I know, but why?

All I was doing was expressing
my unique personality.

A personality, I might add, that I'm
not allowed to express at home.

First of all, it didn't appear that you're
expressing your unique personality

because you and your friends
seemed to be expressing

the exact same unique personality.

Maybe you should look up
what "unique" means,

because judging from what I saw,
it's not very clear to you.

There were certain
stylistic similarities, I'll admit.

And the biggest similarity
was the fact

that your looks were
totally inappropriate for your age.

You know, Luce,
it is possible that your behaviour

has implications
that you can't quite see

from your 14-year-old perspective.

- Like what?
- Let's call one implication Jim.

- Mary told you?
- Yes.

It would've made me feel better
about this whole thing if you told me.

I guess
I'm not supposed to feel better.

The bottom line is, I trusted you
and you betrayed that trust.

You asked
if you could go to the mall.

You didn't ask
if you could go work the mall.

We can't write this off
as typical teenage weirdness?

Some of it,
but not the lying and deception.

Even if it were typically teenage,
which I don't think it is,

it would never be
acceptably typical for my teenagers.

You may all be weird, but you're
gonna be my honest little weirdoes.

- I get it.
- Really?

Here's another implication.
How am I supposed to trust you again?

You didn't tell the truth
in the beginning

and you didn't fess up to
the whole story once you were caught.

How can I trust
that you really do get it

and aren't just telling me
what I wanna hear?

We lost something today, Luce.

Can we ever get it back?

- What are you doing?
- Being Lucy.

- What's the matter?
- I get it.

I totally get it. I'm sorry.

- Come on.
ANNIE: Hey, Luce.

The answer's yes.

With some work, we'll get it back.

Okay. Come on.



Hey, I've been waiting for you
to get here.

STAN: My sister and I had
to run some errands.

Thanks again
for letting me stay over.

No problem.

STAN: My mom said that your dad
came over to my house today.

You told, didn't you?

Well, not exactly.
I told Matt and Matt told my parents.

But I didn't tell him everything.

Believe me, I know.

- I got a hunch.
- I'll tell Mom where you're going.


Lucy's a bad example.

But most of the time, she's pretty okay.


She must've learned
to be a bad example from you.

- How did I get dragged into this?
- Well, you were a bad example to me.

So you must have been one to her.

That's where she learned it
and that's why she did it to me.

- Well, when was I a bad example?
- Today at hide-and-seek.

You said you'd seek me
and you didn't.

Well, I was going to, but I started
my homework and I just forgot.

If you didn't wanna play,
you should've told me the truth.

I would've figured out
something else to do.

It hurts your feelings
when you hide and no one seeks.

Oh, I never meant
to hurt your feelings.

I'm sorry, and I will never do it again.
Come here.

So you got any plans tonight?

- Why?
- Well, if you were free,

maybe you could come
and sleep over with us again.

Uh-- I'll get right back to you.

- I am a bad example.
- Sometimes.

But most of the time,
you're pretty okay.

And she's still sleeping with you.



- Oh, hi, Karen. Come on in.
- Stan left his bag in the trunk.

Oh, thanks. This is great.
What does the B stand for?

- My nickname: Babydoll.
- Oh, that's interesting.

There was this woman
at our church

and her son had that same B
tattooed on his knuckles.

But it didn't stand for "Babydoll."

My life is none of your business.

You're right. But your life
does have something to do with Stan's.

That's the way it is with families.
Stuff spills over.

Look at your life, the way you live.

What would you know
about me or my life? Anything?

I know that Stan
loves you very much.

- And your involvement with this gang--
- I'm not in--

If you're involved, is going to destroy
him little by little or get him killed.

And eventually,
it's going to get you killed too.


You don't know anything.
Nothing's gonna happen to me.

My friends are there for me. They
make me strong. They protect me.

Really? Those same friends
who will beat you and rape you

so you can get into a group
where you can mule drugs

and do drive-bys
and be available for sex on demand?

You are so out there.
My friends would never betray me.

And I can handle
whatever it is I have to handle.

It's good that you're strong,

because this is going to take
all the strength that you have.

there are no thermals in your room.

For your information,
we're making our own.

- You're making your own thermals?
- Yeah. I mean, how hard can it be?

- This is a bad idea.
- Here we go.

And just so you know,
Simon didn't break his promise to you.

I manipulated him into telling me

and I'm the one
who told our parents, not him.

I know. Thanks.

No problem.

So, what now?

Maybe my brother
will let us hang out with him.


Yeah. He is.

JOE: Karen wouldn't hide anything
in Stan's room.


How could you do this to us? How?

I work, your father works two jobs,

all so we could live
in a safe neighbourhood.

So our kids will be safe.

And all the time,

the violence, the drugs,
the weapons, were in our house?

In our house?

And you brought them in.

Well, we have to take care of Stan.
No wonder he isn't sleeping.

I'll send him to my mom's.
He'll be safe.

- No, you don't have to.
- I'll see if I can get transferred.

- Maybe we can move.
- What? No. Why are you doing this?

Maybe you haven't heard.
Our daughter's in a gang.

There are weapons in our son's bed.
He is in danger. We all are.

You're not moving.
We're not moving.

I can handle this.

- I'll get out.
- No kidding.

- You'll get out?
- Yeah.

You are kidding. For life.
You made a lifetime commitment.

We'll see.

You try and get out,
they'll see it as a betrayal.

If you want out, put as much distance
as you can between you and them.

Look, this guy's seen
too many movies.

I'll explain. They'll understand.
These people are my friends.

You think
you can survive the goodbye?

If they let her out, if,
they'll court her out.

They might beat her.

You have no idea.
She might not survive it.

- I got in, didn't I?
- Yes, you did.

Maybe we should call the police.

- No, it'll only make things worse.
- How can we not call the police?

Listen, my friends
will be cool with my leaving,

but they're gonna want
their stuff back.

- I gotta give it to them.
- No, no, you are done with them.

You said we had to put distance
between Karen and the gang.

Do you know of any place
where we can send her?

There's a place in Colorado

and there's another one, I think,
in San Francisco,

but chances of getting her in
are pretty slim.

Well, then we have to move.

- All of us, and as soon as possible.
- No, you aren't listening to me.

I know more about this than he does

and I'm telling you,
we don't have to move.

You don't have to do anything.

Look, we're a little overwhelmed
right now.

We need some time
to kind of sort things out,

decide what we need to do.

I understand. Just don't wait too long
to let me know how I can help.

We don't need your help.

I don't need your help.

I hope you're right.

I'm open.

Ruthie, come on.

Go, Ruthie.


MARY: Good shot.
SIMON: Yeah.

You know, I know she's not exactly
travelling, but it didn't quite seem right.

It's called an assist,
and she doesn't even need it.

In fact, Ruthie can play on her own
and I can drag my bad leg around

and we will still beat you guys.

- Yeah.
SIMON: She's probably right.

They're very aggressive.

All the women in my family
are aggressive.

It's because we all set examples
for each other, eventually.

- That's a foul.
MATT: So what?

All right. Now--

Okay, after she shoots,
you get in there fast and block out.

Fast like 100 miles an hour?

- Yeah.
- How fast is 100 miles an hour?


Is it like this?

- Yes.
- Yes.

- Yes.
- Yes.

- Yeah.
- So if something changes

at 100 miles an hour,
it changes like this?

Yeah, that's how fast
things can change.

That's what I thought.

Ha, ha, ha!

LUCY: Yeah!

You're starting to bug me.


I'll be back.


Come on.

No. No, please.

It's okay.

WOMAN [ON PA]: Dr. James Henry,
please report to the ER.

Dr. James Henry,
please report to the ER.

I tried to get out.

I knew you would.

But it's not over. It's never over.

Can you call
one of those places for me?

Yeah, I'll call. And I'll keep calling.


MAN [ON TV]: It's 10:00.
Do you know where your children are?