Melrose Place s06e14 Episode Script

To Kill a Whirlybird

1 Kyle: Come on, Taylor, let's go! Be right there.
Hi.
We better get a move on if we're gonna catch that flight to Vegas before the storm hits.
My jacket.
Right.
All right.
Now, I managed to scrape together everything I got for a stake of $3,000.
Are you sure there's no cash left in the restaurant accounts? I mean, you know, we could transfer it.
We could do a partial payment to cover what was stolen from the club.
Well, I'm sorry, Kyle, the restaurant's still struggling.
I'm flat broke.
All right.
Okay, you know what? What the hell? We will gamble our way out of trouble.
But if this idea of yours doesn't work, I am finished.
But who cares anyway, right? Baby, you're never finished as long as you and I are together.
We are not together.
And I am not your baby.
Whatever you say, boss.
This is nice.
You make a girl feel so warm and safe.
Peter, I'm so sorry for all the trouble I've caused you lately.
You haven't caused anything.
Life can be difficult, and I have a feeling things are gonna be better from now on.
Did you hear that? No, it sounded like somebody was out there.
It's just the wind.
Don't let it get to you.
Yeah.
It's just that the storm, it came up so quickly, there's something kind of eerie about it.
That is not just the wind.
There's somebody out there.
All right, I'll check it out.
What the hell? Hey! Hey! Hey! Whoa! Help! I can't swim! Great! Peter! Pull yourself up, damn it! Oh, my God! Oh, my God! Well, let's see who's ruined our night.
It's Bob! That's the man I hit with my car, isn't it? I thought you made this problem go away.
Well, so did I, but it looks like it's come back home.
We better get him inside.
Sent a shiver up my spine From the feeling in my heart Seems to see when I look your way My insides fall apart I like to smile, babe But I really don't remember when Sittin' on my happy face Was such a silly grin I want to get to you Hold your hand Walk by your side I'm gonna get to you Talk to you See what's inside Get to you as the morning gets Into the night Get to you And when I do Gonna hold on real tight Get to you Get to you I'm really sorry about all this trouble.
It's just that after I got out of rehab, I made it back to LA, And, and everything just started falling apart on me again.
So I thought I'd come find the only people who seemed to care about me and who helped me out at the hospital.
I wasn't sure if this was your place and when you came out last night, I kind of panicked.
That's totally understandable, Bob.
You see, ever since I was little I've had trouble trusting people.
Excuse us for a minute.
Lexi: What? Listen, that's it.
I am taking him out of here, I'm giving him a couple of bucks and I'm dropping him off someplace.
Would you calm down, Peter? Please.
Look, I'll take care of this, okay? Just let him have a little bit more to eat and a chance to relax, and then I'll take him back out to the street if that's what you really want.
'Course that's what I really want, but I'm already late for the office right now.
I don't want to leave you here alone with him.
Oh, yes, you can.
He's totally harmless.
And besides, I can take care of myself.
Now, you are going to the office, and I'm gonna take care of everything here.
I don't think this is a good idea.
I insist.
Go.
Go.
You think I could have some more toast? I haven't eaten in days.
Of course, Bob.
Of course you can.
Thanks for loaning me some of Peter's clothes.
Lawyer: I'm sure you'll find these documents are in order, Dr.
Mancini.
Nothing like being stabbed in the back first thing in the morning.
Oh.
This leaves me with no participation in any part of the glove or the company that I founded.
I started the company with my own money.
Why don't you put a sock in it, you two-faced weasel? And you, my sister.
My blood relation.
Can't you see this is a setup? Coop had the patent and then acted like he didn't.
It's entrapment! You can't cheat an honest man, Michael.
And you can't ride a charlie horse.
So what? Dr.
Mancini, please calm down.
Look, Michael, just sign the papers so we can all put this behind us.
Fine.
I'm still chief of staff at Wilshire Memorial.
When I get back to my office, I'm gonna outlaw the use of this device in the hospital.
And when other hospitals hear about that, good luck trying to convince them that it's good enough to poke around in their patients.
This company is dead without me.
And I'm gonna make sure it's buried.
I'm sorry I bought all of Michael's lies before, but I do think he has the power to kill this company.
Not if he isn't the chief of staff.
Billy, tonight is your first experience with the Samantha Reilly birthday party express, so I thought I'd better prepare you for a Billy Campbell birthday you will never forget.
Good.
Sam has always been a birthday fanatic.
For my 21st, she did this whole teen doll thing.
She had dolls, tons of little outfits, and, of course, tequila.
Sorry to interrupt all the fun in here but I have just landed the opportunity of a lifetime for the company and for you, Sam.
We're partnering with a commercial production company to launch the nation-wide opening of Active Wear Outdoor Stores.
Oh, great.
What can I do? Pack a bag and meet me at Burbank airport at 5:00 tonight.
We're flying to Barstow to meet the client for a two-day location survey.
And they want input, especially on the visuals.
And that's you.
But it's well, unless you're planning suicide, there's not an excuse that'll get you out of this.
So I'll see you at 5:00.
Oh! And happy birthday, Billy.
I'm sorry but I can't make it to your party tonight.
Oh, my God.
I'm sorry.
What can I do? Well, you could've asked Amanda to delay the trip a day.
Billy, that's not fair.
Yeah, I guess it isn't.
Don't worry about it.
I'm late for a meeting.
I'll see you.
Hey, it's no big deal.
You'll be back in a couple of days.
I know, I know.
It's just that everything between Billy and I has been screwed up or put off since the day we got married.
I cut our honeymoon short, and now this.
Oh, Sam, don't worry.
By the time you're back from your trip, everything will be cleared up.
I promise.
Hello? Megan, hi.
It's Coop.
Hi.
Listen, I've got a couple more patients to see so I'm gonna be a little late picking you up tonight.
Uh, listen, you know I was thinking about us today and you know, to tell you the truth, I just I don't think I should be dating anyone right now.
Well, this is a surprise.
Did I say or do something? No, no, it's just that, you know, everything that happened with Michael has kind of ruined guys for me for a while.
It's just, you know, our working together, it's just complicated.
Did Michael say something to you? No.
No.
Listen, we'll talk about it later, okay? Okay.
But I do care about you, Megan.
A lot.
Bye.
Mancini.
Excuse me.
I don't understand you.
First you insist that everybody use your cauterizing glove.
And now, this memo, forbidding us to use the glove in surgery anytime, anywhere.
Are you a lunatic? For God's sake, we spent hours of valuable time training people to use it in the first place.
You know what, Irene? This is not my problem.
My job is to give orders, directives, you know, make the big decisions.
You're just supposed to carry them out.
It's simple.
Don't think, just do.
Now, are we all clear on this? Don't touch me, Mancini.
Fine.
Don't you question my authority.
Well, I guess I'm not the only one around here who has a problem with Dr.
Mancini.
Mancini is the one with problems, Dr.
Cooper.
Every time he loses a wife or has some other myriad of personal problems, he becomes completely unhinged.
Yeah.
It certainly doesn't help that he's chief of staff, does it? Well, unfortunately, there's not much we can do about that.
Kyle: Come on! Woman: All right, shooter, come on! Another 9.
We need a nine! Yes! Nine! Pay the line.
Come on! My, mister, you're doing well.
What's your name? What are you pulling, Taylor? Nothing.
But since you insisted on separate rooms I just thought we would act like strangers instead of the incredibly hot husband and wife that we are.
Were.
Yeah! Seven.
Front line, winner, seven.
Wow.
Mr.
and Mrs.
McBride? Not really.
Yes! The name's Edward Tyler.
I'm with the hotel.
We're so glad to see you're doing so well at our tables.
We'd like to make your stay more comfortable by offering you a suite we reserve for our high rollers.
Perhaps you can stay a few more days, keep playing.
Edward, that's so nice of you.
Isn't that nice of him, honey? Yeah, I guess.
Here's your key.
We'll move your things for you.
Oh, thank you, Edward.
Oh, just one more thing.
Make sure there's plenty of unblended scotch and I'll need oysters and other sensual foods to eat, you know? I understand completely, Mrs.
McBride.
Kyle: Okay, let's go for an 8.
Hi, Peter.
Look, I've got something to tell you.
Let me guess.
You haven't gotten rid of Bob yet.
No, I haven't, but hear me out.
I think I have a way to solve our problem.
No, I know how to solve the problem.
I'm gonna kick his mooching butt back on the street where it belongs.
Hey, wait, listen to me.
And don't dismiss me.
If we're gonna be together, you better damn well take me seriously.
All right.
What is it? Okay.
Well, whether you feel you owe this man something or not is immaterial to me.
I do.
I hit him with my car, I turned this guy's life upside down, and now, I have a chance to do something about it.
So by God, I am.
So do you have faith in my design business? Yeah.
Of course I do.
Good, 'cause so do I.
And I need an assistant to help me carry things to the job, and help me with installations.
And the assistant is gonna be Bob.
And he is gonna stay with us, just until he has enough money to get a place of his own.
No more than a week.
Now, can you live with that? Guess I don't have much choice, do I? No.
Not much of one anyway.
But I'll be very, very grateful, if that's any consolation.
I worry about you.
You're way too nice for his world.
Now, don't you worry about me.
I got a big, strong doctor looking out for me.
I can't believe it, we are almost there.
8 more grand and we will have our stolen 25,000 back.
Well, the way things are going, we could end up with a lot more than that.
I told you we were lucky together and you just didn't believe me.
I got to admit, when we get into a casino, you and I start popping.
Kyle, do me a favor and hand me that glass of champagne on the table there, please.
Yep.
Thank you.
Maybe you should pop in here with me.
No, no.
I gotta stay out of hot water.
Don't wanna get distracted.
Whatever you say, but it's awfully warm in here.
I'll turn on the air conditioner.
There you are.
Where have you been? I've been worried about you.
Sam called from Barstow, I didn't know where to say you were.
Oh, I've been celebrating.
Yeah, I saw some friends, went to a couple of bars.
I was not the designated driver, of course, but it's my birthday, remember? Don't worry, nobody's coming over, I cancelled that whole thing.
It was a stupid idea.
Sam was the only one getting, you know, making a big deal about it.
It is a big deal.
You stay right there and you and I are gonna have your party right now.
You can handle one more beer, can't you? Sure, why not? You miss Sam as much as I miss Charlie.
After all, Sam wanted you to have a good time.
I know she was majorly disappointed she had to poop out on you.
But what could she do? Business got in the way.
Yeah, no matter what I do these days, somehow, there's always something getting in the way.
Happy birthday, Mr.
Campbell.
Thank you.
When I met Samantha I thought she was a regular kind of woman.
You know, normal, simple, "this is this, that's that" kind of woman.
She's very complicated.
She's not here right now.
I'm sure when Sam gets back she'll do all kinds of things to make up for her absence.
I know I would.
Yeah, you would, wouldn't you? Billy, what the hell do you think you're doing? I'm sorry.
It was the alcohol, you know.
Oh, gee I don't know what to say.
I'm sorry.
Yeah, well, I think you should sleep it off.
And I'll try to forget this happened.
Yeah.
I was way off-base, way wrong.
Sorry.
Please, let's not tell Samantha, okay? It was just a silly little mistake, that's all.
Well, I have to say I'm pretty disappointed in you, Billy.
I mean, I thought we had a friendship.
But I'll keep it between us.
I promise.
Thank you.
Hello.
It's Connie.
I'm sorry to bother you on your trip, but, um It's okay.
What's up? Uh, I don't know how to say this.
Oh, maybe it's my fault anyway.
What? What happened? It's Billy.
He must be so angry with you.
But then to use me I don't know, maybe I did something, though.
Connie, tell me.
Last night he made a pass at me, Sam.
He kissed me.
I just don't think he's the guy he seems to be.
Sam? What? I'm, I'm here.
Are you sure this couldn't be some kind of mistake? Some kind of misunderstanding? Well, he was drunk.
But it's hard to misunderstand when somebody pulls you into their lap and puts their mouth all over you.
Is he there? I wanna speak to him.
Uh, he's out cold.
Sleeping it off.
You could call him later.
I'm sorry, Sam.
No, no, it's not your fault.
I guess I'm gonna have to deal with this when I get back.
I have to go on a scout now.
Bye, Connie.
Ready to go? We're meeting the clients and the helicopter pilot at a local pancake house.
And then we have at least two days of flying all over the mountains.
Kind of nice being out here away from LA, isn't it? Yeah, I guess.
What's wrong with you? Nothing.
I'm sorry.
It's, um it's Billy.
My best friend in the world is staying at our place, and the minute I'm gone he gets drunk and makes a play at her.
And she just called me and told me and she's all messed up.
What is going on? Billy? That's a little surprising.
But I guess he's basically like all of them.
I mean, I want to call him and I want to make him tell me.
But at the same time I just don't think I can stand to hear the excuses.
Mmm.
And the lies.
Look, when you get home you can kick his butt.
But in the meantime get used to the fact that even the most perfect, sensitive guy is, bottom-line, a dog.
I mean, he might be a well behaved dog, but he still howls at the moon, and grabs the first leg he can get a hold of.
So, come on, let's go to work.
Forget about them for a while.
I guess you're right.
Of course I am.
Come on.
Hey, Michael, got a minute? No.
And at the hospital I'm Dr.
Mancini, and you need an appointment to see me.
Listen, I'm sorry about the way the whole glove thing came out.
It got a little personal, especially on my side.
But look, we're still partners and I was hoping that maybe we could smooth things over.
Oh, yeah? Well, we can't.
You know, if Peter wasn't defending you, I'd have you thrown out of the hospital and our practice.
Okay, I accept that.
You have every right to be angry at me.
But in your own best interests, I'd watch your temper around the hospital.
What the hell are you talking about? I ran into that Shulman woman the other day after you spoke to her and she seemed really upset with you, like, like you hurt her feelings or something.
Her? Look, she bitches about everybody.
Oh.
Well, I was thinking, for the sake of the practice and just to be nice, maybe send her flowers or something.
Who are you, Mahatma Gandhi? Look, you want to make nice, go ahead.
It's not my style.
Whatever you say.
Oh, and I really do hope that we can work things out between us.
Goodbye.
Oh, and I'm gonna send those flowers in your name, okay? Get the hell out of here.
Seven, shooter out.
Come on, sweetie.
Double the loss.
We can get it back.
Come on.
No, we're gonna double it right down the drain, Taylor.
I've lost the touch.
No, don't touch that, okay? We're gonna lose everything.
Well, for God's sakes, Kyle, don't be a weenie.
We're a team for God's sakes! The hell we are, I don't even like Taylor! Kyle! Mr.
And Mrs.
McBride, I must ask you to moderate your behavior.
Really, I'm so sorry.
This is nothing.
We're just joking around, that's all.
I remind you that the casino can take away privileges as easily as it gives them, and that includes your room.
So let's keep it together, all right? Just keep her away from me.
Come in.
Dr.
Shulman, I was wondering if I could get a neurology consult on a patient that came in the ER last night.
How soon do you need it? Tomorrow'll be fine.
He's gonna be here for a while.
Car wreck.
You know you got a couple of dozen roses sitting in your wastebasket there.
Not much of a vase.
Those aren't roses, Dr.
Cooper.
Those are a pathetic attempt at manipulation by Mancini.
Yeah, he's a handful.
But I might be able to help you out with him.
No thanks.
Hospital politics bore me.
Besides, I have patients to see.
All right.
Then I guess I'll leave you alone.
That would probably be a good idea.
I'll see that patient of yours tomorrow morning.
Great.
Woman: Dr.
Mancini, this just came for you.
Yeah.
Thanks.
Oh, my God! I don't believe this! Peter, Peter.
Look, look.
A note from Irene Shulman thanking me for the flowers delivered by messenger, no less.
You sent that woman flowers? Yeah.
Well, no, not really.
But look, it doesn't matter.
She says I'm very sweet.
And here, listen to this.
"I always felt comfortable with you, Michael.
" "As if somewhere at the core we really understood each other.
" Now, you tell me.
Does that sound like a come on or not? I think she wants me.
My God, Michael.
Every time you lose a wife you lose about 50 IQ points.
I know Irene! She would rather gargle with glass than sleep with you.
Oh, yeah? Then why the note? I don't know.
Maybe she's having a psychotic episode.
I gotta go, Michael.
Just can't admit I got the touch, that's all.
Coop, what are you doing here? I thought I told you I, uh, I need a little more time.
Yeah, I know, and I think that's fine.
But I was thinking that you might need a little nourishment while you're staying away from the opposite sex.
So I got you some pate, some beluga caviar, very nice baguette.
Some chilled English gin, Spanish olives, ole.
Silver cocktail shaker.
You know, there are two martini glasses in there.
Really? Mmhm.
That must've been a slip up.
But I could shake us up some of this truth serum here and you could tell me where all this is coming from.
Or I could just come in for a second and put this stuff down.
Half second.
Quarter second.
I'll be out quicker than a candle in a typhoon.
Okay.
Just tell me.
Does this have anything to do with Michael? Maybe a little.
But there's other stuff.
He did say something.
And that was? He said that you're obsessed with getting back at him for Kimberly and that's the only reason that you're interested in me.
I promise you from the bottom of my heart that no matter how much I loathe and despise Michael Mancini, and would like to see him buried up to his neck in all the lies and pain he's inflicted on you and on others, it has nothing to do with us.
Meeting you out here, it gave me hope.
It brightened my life, it made me look forward to getting up in the morning for the first time in what seems like forever.
So what do you say I make us a snack here and we sit down and talk about how wonderful you are.
First this.
Hi.
Can I help you? Yes, I'm looking for Connie Rexroth.
She's a friend of Samantha Reilly's.
Yeah, she's not here right now.
Oh.
Do you know where she is? I'm Charlie.
Charlie? Charlie, like, like her, uh Lover? Yes.
She took off today, actually.
She left a note saying she's staying someplace else till Samantha gets back.
But she didn't say where.
Huh.
Then give her this number if you talk to her? It's my hotel.
Sure.
Thanks.
Connie got Samantha away from you yet? No.
Good.
Tell her to give me a call.
Good morning, Irene.
It's a beautiful day, isn't it? That's Dr.
Shulman to you, Mancini.
Well, yeah, but at the core you're Irene and I'm just plain Mike, right? Look, I thought we might skip the cafeteria today, find someplace nice for lunch.
Uh, Mike? I don't know what drugs you're on, but I'm here to do a job and I'd appreciate it if you'd let me do it.
Oh! Oh, of course, you're right.
We're working.
We should get together at a more appropriate time, you know, where we can be comfortable together.
I sure don't know where that would be.
Oh, Irene.
Irene.
I gotta say, I gotta say I love that sparring thing.
No, just tell Amanda that I called.
Are you sure there isn't any way I can get a hold of her? Yeah, okay, I will.
I'll, uh, I'll try her on cell phone.
Oh, Kyle, this is so disappointing.
You've hit a little bump in the road and the first thing you do is you try to crawl back to that witch.
I don't get it.
She only cares about herself, and I only care about you, and I think you'd figure it out by now.
You and I are bankrupt.
And last night I realized that just because you talked me into throwing the rest of my money away I wasn't gonna throw away the only woman that ever meant anything to me.
Oh, well, that is so very touching.
But instead of giving up I'm gonna take my last $200 and I'm gonna go down to that casino and win the money back for you.
Great.
I'm the one you need, Kyle.
And I'm gonna prove it to you.
Yeah? Hey, Amanda, it's Kyle.
W hi, what is it? Look, I need to talk to you.
It's important.
It's about the two of us.
Now is not the time.
I can barely hear you, I'm going on a scout.
Look, Amanda, I've made mistakes, okay? And I know that.
I know I have and I wanna put things right.
Kyle, this is way too late and I'm way too busy to listen to it.
Hi, Connie.
Did you have a nice night away from the apartment? Yes, Billy, I did.
Sorry I just left a note.
I thought it'd be better if I spent some time alone.
Oh, that's too bad, 'cause you missed a visitor.
Yeah, Charlie came by looking for you.
She seemed like a very nice woman, she had some interesting things to say.
You wanna go in my office and talk about it? Let's get this straight.
I'm not ashamed of being a lesbian.
I'm proud of it.
But it happens to be none of your damn business.
You don't have to get defensive, okay? I don't have a gripe with your sexual orientation.
My problem, and Charlie's problem, is with your sexual target, my wife.
Oh! Look, we've been having problems.
Sam is my friend.
Charlie just assumed That is a load and you know it.
All right? I put it all together last night.
This is about you getting Sam.
Okay? And I tried calling her, and then it hit me, you probably already talked to her, gave her your version of what I did.
My guess is now she's avoiding my calls 'cause she's too upset to talk to me.
It's very clever, Connie.
Only trouble is no matter what you do she is straight, and she's with me.
It's not what I did that's the problem, though, is it? You're the one who grabbed at the closest woman as soon as Sam was out of the apartment.
Well, we'll just see what Sam says when she gets back and she gets the whole picture.
However you want to paint this is fine with me.
The bottom-line is I love Sam first and foremost as a friend.
All I want for her is to be happy.
To be with someone who wants what's best for her, someone she can trust.
And I sure as hell don't think that's you, Billy Campbell.
Peter.
Irene sent me another note.
Michael, I really don't care.
You didn't think I still had it, did you? She wants to meet me tonight in her office at 7:00.
Proof, baby.
She finds me irresistible.
Oh, life is great, isn't it? One woman throws you out, another one picks you right up.
You know, one gal's garbage is another gal's treasure.
Michael What? It's right here in black and white.
Yeah, okay.
You have a wonderful time.
Oh, don't worry.
I will.
Kyle, look.
Kyle, look, I did it! I won all of our money back.
The $25,000, I got it all back! I just stuck with it.
And the little bets became bigger bets! You I mean, you did! You did it! Yes, I did, baby! All because I believed in you and me.
And every time I rolled that dice that's all I thought about.
It was you and me and all this money.
The piles and piles of it.
And just how damn much I love you.
Now all I want is for you to make love to me.
Sometimes, Taylor, you amaze me! Well, get ready.
It's gonna happen again.
Irene.
You know, I've heard of office romance before, but romance in the office, that's a little more interesting.
Of course, for comfort's sake, we might want to move to your place after we christen this little workplace.
All right, Mancini.
I don't know what you're trying to prove here, but I think you better leave now! Oh, God.
Irene, this push-pull thing is really exciting.
Time to make my move now, isn't it? Come on.
Come on! Oh, Michael! What are you doing, Michael? Come on! What the hell is going on? Oh, Mancini, he He attacked me.
Don't worry, Dr.
Shulman.
I'm sure Michael was just leaving.
When you finally figure out what it is you want, psycho lady, don't call me.
Call a shrink.
Listen, on behalf of our practice I am profoundly sorry.
And I can assure you, if there any steps you feel you need to take legally or if you want to bring this up in front of the hospital board, I will be glad to be a witness for you.
Thank you, Dr.
Cooper.
And thank you for being here at just the right time.
That was a lucky coincidence.
Yeah, it was, wasn't it? You can give me my jacket back tomorrow.
Good night, Irene.
The last little mountain stream area was perfect, don't you think? Yeah.
Yeah, but I like the first one, too.
Let me get the layout.
Here.
It's back here.
What the hell? What was that? What's up, Vince? What's going on? Damn it, no! What, what is it? What's wrong? I'm losing fuel.
I'm gonna have to put it down.
Here.
Hold on.
We'll be all right.
Samantha: Wait, no, not that buckle, it's the other buckle.
Amanda: I can't hook it.
No! Oh, God, no! Amanda.
Amanda? Are you all right? Oh, I don't know.
I'm so cold.
I can't move my legs.
Just be still.
I'm gonna get a blanket, and then I'm gonna check on the pilot, okay? Vince? Vince? Oh, God.
Pilot's dead.
Um, okay I'll get a blanket.
Your cell phone, where's your cell phone? It's in my purse.
Oh, God, my back hurts.
Just don't move.
I'll be right there.
All right.
Here, this will help.
Okay.
The cell phone's out of range.
Don't worry.
I'm sure that somebody is looking for us, okay? This is bad.
I think my back is broken.
God, we might not get out of this.
Don't you worry.
Somebody will find us.
And everything is going to be all right.
Everything's gonna be all right.
Thank you, Jim, for that report from Washington.
And now to local news.
Helicopter pilot and Las Vegas resident, Vince Carlay, who pilots for firms both locally and in Barstow, California, is missing.
With his two Los Angeles passengers, Amanda Woodward and Samantha Reilly.
Carlay was flying in mountains near state line when he didn't return last night.
Barstow Search and Rescue is conducting an investigation into the whereabouts of the missing helicopter.
Hey, sweetie, what's going on? Amanda's helicopter is missing.
I'm going to Barstow.
Kyle, I'm sure she's fine.
She probably just stopped to sharpen her claws on a tree somewhere.
Look, find your own way home, Taylor, because I'm gonna be there when they find Amanda.
Kyle, leave this to the professionals.
Come on.
Goodbye.
And last night was the last time.
It was last time ever.
Kyle! Kyle! Dr.
Shulman: And with my blouse ripped and Dr.
Mancini's hands all over me, Dr.
Cooper walked in and witnessed the incident.
Dr.
Cooper? That's correct.
Dr.
Mancini was obviously pushing his unwanted advances on Dr.
Shulman.
Dr.
Mancini, you have a response to these charges? Oh, yes, I most certainly do.
Irene here has been sending me mash notes for the past week begging me to come on to her.
This is obviously a pathetic setup for her to get me out of my chief of staff job.
Do you have any of these notes? Well, no, I had them in a drawer in my office, but they were gone this morning.
Does anyone see a pattern here? Well, without those notes or at least a witness on your behalf, you're in deep trouble here, Dr.
Mancini.
Well, as a matter of fact, I showed the notes to Dr.
Peter Burns.
Peter? Honestly, Michael, all I remember is a note requesting your presence at a neurology staff meeting.
I'm sorry.
What the hell is going on here? Who paid you off? Enough! Calm yourself, Dr.
Mancini.
It is my considered opinion that you, Dr.
Mancini, be removed from the chief of staff position immediately, pending a further investigation that may involve criminal charges.
Now, if anyone on the board dissents, raise your hand.
I don't believe this! Mr.
Chairman, as an act of leniency, I would be willing to forgo any criminal charges, as long as Dr.
Mancini keeps his distance.
And my colleague, Dr.
Peter Burns, is reinstated into the chief of staff position.
But you hate him! I think we'd be comfortable with that arrangement.
I suggest you get comfortable with it as well, Dr.
Mancini.
All right, fine.
But one day, I swear to God, I'm gonna get even with everybody for this.
I found some water.
Do you wanna sip a little? Do you wanna sip a little water? Come here.
Amanda? Amanda? Amanda? Amanda? Amanda! Come on! Come on, breathe.
Oh, God.
Oh.
Oh, God.
Okay.
One, two, three.
Don't you dare die on me! Come on.
Come on.
Come on, Amanda.