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to have a shot at it.
Samantha, I need you to lie down.
Hector's not exactly a fox,
but considering what's left,
he's not bad.
- He sounds cute. Is he coming back?
- Yeah.
But we should wait for him
at the radio station.
That's where he'll go.
What's that?
- I'm going to give you something.
- For what?
Well, your skin's
been a little irritated.
Yeah, a rash.
It could be a rash,
but it could also be something else.
- That's one of the main symptoms of...
- The comet? No.
See, I always get rashes,
like, when I have a fight with Doris,
or I break up with a boyfriend.
It's nerves.
And you know, the way things have
been going around here lately,
I'm surprised I don't
look like strawberry Jell-O.
But if I do have that stuff,
this will get rid of it, right?
- Yeah.
- God, you had me worried.
Don't worry. Just a pinch now.
So, you guys are, like, geniuses, right?
Yeah, I thought so.
We have a couple of
geniuses at my school.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
Is that it?
What did you want me to do, Oscar,
take her out back
and shoot her in the head?
I simply meant
I was glad it was painless.
I don't think we have to stay around.
She didn't think that he was coming back.
I feel we can wait.
I feel the radio station
is the more logical place.
Listen, Oscar, you were right
about the condition being progressive.
But it is also accelerating,
We don't have weeks.
We have maybe hours.
I don't know.
- We have a commitment.
- But I do know I don't have enough
to debate the issue. I am not going to be
a party to taking anybody else back.
You have to live up to it.
What do you expect me to do, Oscar,
go for my gun?
Of course not.
It's 450 FM in the p.m.
I'm Steve LaBeau,
and you're listening to 50,000 watts
of rock 'n'roll at the tower of power
over the City of Angels.
Reggie! Merry Christmas.
Did you happen to see two girls
running around here?
One is a cheerleader.
I'm not thinking straight.
I wrote everything down,
but I think I misspelled it.
That pad on the table.
- You need this?
- No, thanks. I have one.
It seems to be
the perfect Christmas gift this year.
I'm going to miss Christmas,
I want you to know that
I thought they were talking hypothetically,
until they found the first survivors.
Then they really did it.
Some of those survivors were just kids.
Hey, wait a minute.
What's all this about blood?
They think they can generate a serum.
- A serum?
- We were exposed. Not a lot. Just enough.
They left the ventilating ducts wide open.
The fans going.
Very scientific.
Very stupid.
In 36 hours,
you will be able to vacuum up
the last of them from the carpet.
Hey, you know what?
She was right. You are cute.
Santa Claus.
Have you ever had hepatitis?
Darned tags.
You have a pair of scissors?
No. Have you ever had hepatitis?
Cute kids.
They part of you guys?
No. They're survivors just like you are.
- Neat girl, huh?
- If you like the type.
Come on, kids. Come with me.
Have you ever had hepatitis?
No. I had mono once, though.
Caught it from this guy named Randy Sharp.
- Anemia?
- No.
- Are you pregnant?
- No. Thought I was once, though.
- That's not important.
- That's what you think.
It was the longest three weeks
of my life.
You know, I can't remember.
How much blood were we expected
to get from these people?
Oh, 300 ccs. Yes, that's it.
That can't be right. If we draw 300 ccs
a day, they'll expire altogether.
No, I don't think so,
now that we've
terminated brain functions.
I mean, they're brain-dead.
All they can do now
is manufacture blood.
Well, maybe.
We aren't gonna get anything like 300 ccs
out of those children.
No. But, we will out of that teenager.
I hope she's just as healthy as she looks.
Boy, did you see her hair?
What I'd give to have hair like that.
What is this place?
Do you have diabetes?
I mean, is this some sort of,
I don'

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