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Mr. Brazil's Caregiver
: I've been Mr. B.'s caretaker for 20 years. He wants to be cryogenically preserved when he de-animates. Jeanie Boulet
: He wants to what? Pickman
: Be put on ice when he croaks. Jeanie Boulet
: Frozen? Pickman
: Like a popsicle.
Waitress at Doc Magoo's
: What'll it be? Dr. Maggie Doyle
: Do you believe in reincarnation? Waitress at Doc Magoo's
: Sure, why not? Next life, I'm coming back as Cindy Crawford. Jeanie Boulet
: Could you do us a favor? A deceased patient of mine wants to be cryogenically preserved. Waitress at Doc Magoo's
] Dr. Maggie Doyle
: We gotta freeze a dead guy. You got any ice?
Hubert Skinner, California Cryonics
: Hubert Skinner, California Cryonics. Mr. Brazil! Jeanie Boulet
: Do you have some sort of ID? Hubert Skinner, California Cryonics
: [handing Jeanie a large envelope
] It's all there. Give him 10,000 units of Heparin, stat! I'll pack him up, and we'll be on our way. Dr. Maggie Doyle
: [aside, to Jeanie
] Is he a doctor? Jeanie Boulet
: I don't think so. What do we do? Dr. Maggie Doyle
: Well, the Heparin can't hurt, him being dead and all...
Dr. Kerry Weaver
: We're talking policy here, people. "Employee X" could be any one of us. Jeanie Boulet
: Excuse me... Just would everyone stop calling me "Employee X"? I am HIV-positive.
[Jeanie puts a star on top of the ER's Christmas tree
] Dr. Maggie Doyle
: It looks good. Where'd you get it? Jeanie Boulet
: My ex-husband brought it by. It came off our first Christmas tree. Dr. Maggie Doyle
: That's an heirloom. You should put it on your family tree. Jeanie Boulet
] I just did.
: I can't go to the movies next Friday, but I can go Saturday. Unless you're too cool to hang out with me. Scott Anspaugh
: You are pretty sorry. Jeanie Boulet
: Speak for yourself, Captain Baldy. Scott Anspaugh
: Next month, my hair will grow back, and you'll still be sorry. Jeanie Boulet
: Yeah, well, just for that, I get to pick the movie Scott Anspaugh
: No way. No chick flicks. Jeanie Boulet
: Oh, right, Mr. "Days of our Lives."
: This is ridiculous. I do not need hand-washing lessons! Dr. Greg Fischer
: Scrub hard Jerry, to scrape off the bacteria. Jeanie Boulet
: But the most important thing is to wash your hands after you go to the bathroom. Jerry Markovic
: What, every time?
: If it's bad news, you can worry about it then. Think about something else right now. Scott Anspaugh
: Like what? Rainbows and dandelions?
: Living with AIDS... that's nothing, but... knowing I gave it to you... there's no pill for that. I just have to face it. Every day. Hating me might feel good, but it won't change anything. Jeanie Boulet
: It doesn't feel good, Al. Nothing about this feels good.
: Look, I don't have AIDS, ok? I don't sleep with gay guys or druggies. Jeanie Boulet
: Neither did I.
: You're not so bad, Dr. Pratt. Dr. Gregory Pratt
: I know. It usually takes people a while, but I eventually win them over.
[Carla is having an ultrasound
] Dr. Janet Coburn
: Oh! Hello. There it is. Turtle sign. It's a boy. Carla Reece
: That little thing? Jeanie Boulet
: They grow. Carla Reece
: Not as much as they'd like to think.
[Jeanie's nose is bleeding. Peter reaches out with a tissue
] Jeanie Boulet
: Peter, don't touch me, for God's sake! I'm poison.
: A man came in today. He sat there, and watched his wife die. And he helped her to die, because she was in so much pain, and he loved her.
] Jeanie Boulet
: But we didn't have that kind of marriage, did we, Al? We didn't love, we didn't cherish. We didn't respect! And now you've killed me!
: You don't like being swept off your feet? Jeanie Boulet
: It's the landing that's the problem.
Dr. Greg Fischer
: La Bohème? Jeanie Boulet
: You don't have to say it like it's a new strain of resistant bacteria.
: You need some help. Dr. Doug Ross
: Okay. Take rashes. Jeanie Boulet
: I was thinking something more permanent. Dr. Doug Ross