Yep, the top button on her blouse reveals a little too much.
She takes care of it.
I told you... Not in the van.
Climbing into the passenger seat, Nancy musses his hair.
Yes, in the van. I mean come on, I
get the residency, no more fun on
(a naughty smile)
... There’s always the trauma room.
That’s just wrong.
Yeah, isn’t it? Relax baby. Life’s
short. Ya gotta enjoy it.
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INT. ANGEL’S FLIGHT EMT SERVICES - DAY (CONTINUOUS) 8
A TV screen reads SONG FAILED on Guitar Hero as ASHER “ROTOR”
REYNOLDS (30s) tosses down the controller. He grabs a FLIGHT
HELMET and HEADPHONES and heads upstairs.
9 EXT. ROOF - ANGEL’S FLIGHT EMT SERVICES - DAY 9
Rotor bolts out on the roof, sees a FIGURE standing on the
ledge. REUBEN “RABBIT” PALCHUCK (36), somewhere between
genius and madness. Smiling serenely, toes 12 stories over
the street, Rabbit looks over the city, his city.
We’re working. Dr. Joe says it’s a
Rabbit’s smile kicks up a couple of watts.
My favorite kind.
10 EXT. TOP FLOOR - INCOMPLETE SKYSCRAPER - DAY 10
WALKER’s turning grey. FITCH listens to a DEEP REASSURING
VOICE on the other end of the line.
...do not touch him or get near him
until you know he’s not in contact
with power. Is there any liquid
Yeah... Yeah... A spilled beer.
11 INT. PARAMEDIC VAN - DAY 11
Insanity at Code 3 as Tyler weaves through traffic. Boone
barely notices, focused on the call.
Stay the hell away from it. Find
the power switch and shut it down.
Casting glances back to Walker, Fitch pulls the power switch.