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into this dish, please?
There's just no stopping
in a white zone.
Really Vernon, why pretend?
We both know what you're
talking about.
You want me to have an abortion.
It's the only sensible thing to do.
If it's done properly,
therapeutically, there's
no danger involved.
Taxi!
I'll be back in a minute.
Hello sir, take this flower from the
Religious Consciousness Church.
Would you care...
- Hey, Larry, where's the forklift?
- Forklift?
It's over there by the
baggage loader.
Look out!
- Elaine!
- Ted!
I came home early and
found your note.
I guess you meant for me to read it
later. I've got to talk to you.
I don't want to go over it any more.
Things haven't been right
for a long time,
but it'll be different, like it
was in the beginning.
Just be patient and I can
work things out.
I have been patient and
I've tried to help,
but you wouldn't even let me do that.
Don't you feel anything
for me any more?
It takes so many things
to make love last.
Most of all, it takes respect.
I can't live with a man I
don't respect.
What a pisser.
Captain Oveur, white courtesy phone.
Captain Clarence Oveur,
white courtesy phone.
No, the white phone.
This is Captain Oveur.
One moment for your call
from the Mayo Clinic.
Captain Oveur, white courtesy phone,
Captain Clarence Oveur.
- I've got it.
- Thank you.
Go ahead with your call.
This is Dr. Brody at the Mayo Clinic.
There's a passenger on your
Chicago flight,
a little girl named Lisa Davis,
en route to Minneapolis.
She's scheduled for a
heart transplant.
Tell her mother we found a donor
a hour ago.
The heart is ready for surgery.
We must have the recipient on the
operating table within six hours.
Make sure she's kept in
a reclined position,
that a continuous watch
is kept on her IV.
Also, it's very important
she remain calm.
Excuse me, this is the operator.
I have an emergency call on line
five from Mr. Hamm.
Give me Hamm on five, hold the Mayo.
You'll be back tomorrow night.
We'll have dinner. We'll
talk things over.
I won't be back. I've requested
the Atlanta run.
Elaine... I promise I can change.
Then why didn't you take the job that
Louie Netz offered you at Boeing?
I haven't been able to get near
a plane since the war.
And they wouldn't hire me because
of my war record.
War record? You're the only one
keeping that alive.
For everyone else, it's
ancient history.
- You expect me to believe that?
- It's the truth.
What's hurt you the most is
your record since the war,
different cities, different jobs,
and not one of them shows you can
accept any real responsibility.
- Elaine, just give me one more...
- It's too late, Ted.
When I get back to Chicago,
I'm going to start my life all
over again. I'm sorry.
Excuse me, take this flower from
the Church of Religious...
Good evening.
There you go. Just follow them to
the back.
Any word on that storm lifting over
Salt Lake, Clarence?
No, not likely, Victor.
I just reviewed the area report
for 1600 hours through 2400.
There's an occluded front stalled
over the Dakotas,
backed up all the way to Utah.
If she decides to push over the Great
Lakes, it could get plenty soupy.
What about that southern route
around Tulsa?
I double-checked the terminal
forecast,
and the wind's aloft and IFR ceilings
all the way.
Where do they top out?
Light scattered cover at 20,000
icing around 18.
Looks like over Denver is best.
Denver it is.
Sorry, Clarence.
Latest report shows everything's socked
in from Salt Lake to Lincoln.
Hi, Roger. Glad to have you aboard.
Victor, this is Roger Murdock.
Victor Basta.
- How do you do?
- Nice to meet you.
I was telling Victor
I reviewed the area report...
for 1600 hours through 2400.
There's an occluded front
stalled over the Dakotas.
There you go. Thank you.
Can you tell me if Elaine Dickinson
is on this flight?
The whole flight crew has boarded.
Let me see.
Oh, yes. She is on board.
I'd
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