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:13 01:02:46:17 01:03:03:29 01:03:05:29 01:03:52:15 01:03:55:28 01:03:57:02 01:03:58:07 01:04:05:28 01:04:11:00 JIMMY: Genisys, do your thing. TAMMY: Okay, we have takeoff sequence. Do you copy, Seattle Tower? SEATTLE TOWER: We copy, Genisys Center. JIMMY: So did you bring anything to read? PARKS: Yeah, really. If this thing works, we may be out of jobs. Check list up. Levels are good. All systems functioning. And airborne. CORBETT: I did it. "F"ing-A, I did it. REECE: Well done, Mr. Corbett. CORBETT: Thanks to you. ALAN: Congratulations, Sir. JIMMY: Wow, this is as good as simulation. I'm passenger and pilot on the same flight. NICK: Drink up, Tammy. Hey, come on, Gabriel. Drink up, man. You deserve it. JIMMY: I know you want to, Reece. REECE: No, I know you want to. I just think we'd last longer as friends, Jimmy. JIMMY: So at least you're not saying no way, then. REECE: Just like a kid, aren't you? I was taken maybe straight to the bank. You're starting to remind me a little of someone I used to know. JIMMY: That's not a bad thing, is it? REECE: I'm not sure. CORBETT: I think we deserve a pat on the back, don't you? NED: Hey, check it out. CORBETT: Corbett Aviation and the first 100% automatic-pilot flight in history. A job well done, everyone. Thank you all so much. REECE: You'd better get going. JIMMY: What, no good-luck kiss for the Captain, Captain? I'm about to make history here.
CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 2 01:04:13:09 01:04:17:24 01:04:24:19 01:04:26:02 01:04:30:14 01:04:33:17 01:04:34:28 01:04:42:00 01:04:46:00 01:04:49:23 01:04:55:21 01:05:01:09 01:05:03:02 01:05:05:04 01:05:07:22 01:06:13:05 01:06:16:29 01:06:21:19 PARKS: It's no good, Jimmy. Nothing works. We have no control. JIMMY: Jesus. We're going down. We're going down hard. ALAN: Altitude decreasing. JIMMY: We're going down. TAMMY: Genisys, come in. PARKS: No control. Nothing works. JIMMY: We're going down. CORBETT: Goddamn you, Wingfield. How could this happen? You said we were ready. GABRIEL: We were. Look, Mr. Corbett, it's too early to start speculating, but actually caused the crashes-CORBETT: This was a computer-controlled aircraft. What else could it be, pilot error? You heard those guys up there. They had no idea what was happening. They had no control. GABRIEL: Oh, I get it now. I'm the invisible man around here till something goes wrong? CORBETT: Stop being paranoid. In case you've forgotten, two people just died. GABRIEL: Yeah, well, maybe you've forgotten. I designed this system, but you owned it and you signed off on it. Mr. "F"ing-A, "I did it." CORBETT: Get out of here. You're fired. GABRIEL: You can't do that. I have a contract. CORBETT: And I just bought you out, and you'll be lucky if I don't sue you for 50 times that amount by the time the dust has settled. PARKS: Jimmy, look at the systems. JIMMY: What the hell? Center, we appear to have a situation here. GABRIEL: What is it? What's happening? JIMMY: I'm not sure. System failure. It's all shut down on us here, guys. GABRIEL: What? That's impossible. Disengage from the computer. JIMMY: I already have. GABRIEL: Smythe, go to a soft reboot. Alan, as soon as we're back on, restore mains. Tammy, keep trying the backup systems. I'll try and manual override.
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CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 3 GABRIEL: You slimy bugger. Do you have any idea what working for you has already cost me? CORBETT: If I were you, I'd start looking for another line of work. Maybe you can get a job gathering wool at a sheep farm down in Oz, which is where I should have left you in the first place. GABRIEL: Get out of my way. TV REPORTER: Hey, take it easy. TV REPORTER: Mr. Corbett. Excuse me. A couple of questions, if I could. PETE: I am not BSing. I am a pilot. Why don't you believe me, hmm? I'm going to hurt myself. You want another drink? You like that money, right? You want a drinkypoo? 'Kay, I'm just going to return the contents of this where they came from. TV REPORTER: Yes, Gene, this was the grim scene earlier this evening in a farmer's field on the outskirts of Seattle. TV REPORTER: So you knew the pilot and the co-pilot? REECE: I knew them both. They were colleagues of mine. I can't believe this has happened. TV REPORTER: Do you have any idea what might have gone wrong with the Genisys, Captain Robinson? REECE: No. NED: Hardaway here. Okay, I'll meet you at the north door. You wait for me. NED: All right, buddy. We know you're there. Now, stand up, raise your hands above your head slowly. PETE: All right. Just don't shoot, okay? NED: Jesus Murphy. Bird Dog Dewmont? PETE: Ned? Is that you? Oh, my... I heard you washed up in a nice blue Corbett Aviation suit, but, oh, man. You look good, Mr. Chief of Security. NED: It's all right. I know this lunatic. MAD DOG: Oh, man. Unbelievable. NED: Look at you. Jesus. What are you doing here, Pete? I mean, I haven't seen you since... hell, since we all shipped back from the Gulf in '91.
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NED: Well.. you're still flying. I mean. I've got a business partner who's got the money. is all I need right now is a dry place to keep these stupid shirts until I can get the key to my office from the terminal. no.. I mean. Ty Corbett's a real hard-ass.. I'm working on that one. Meanwhile. and I've got a line on a lease on a 737. NED: A charter company? Bird Dog? Well. anyway? PETE: You see. I'm not selling these things. The door was open. This is a private hangar.Sun and Sand Charters Incorporated. okay? 01:12:32:03 01:12:33:01 01:12:33:15 01:12:37:20 01:12:46:20 01:12:48:04 01:13:05:05 01:13:10:28 01:13:16:04 . this and that. Ned. giveaways. The FAA didn't have much of a sense of humor when I told them that I flew straighter drunk than sober. PETE: No. then? PETE: Well. you know? NED: So what's in the boxes? PETE: Boxes? Oh. I don't know. NED: No. SECURITY GUARD: I didn't. PETE: Well. PETE: I'm coming from way down. okay. okay. flown in about two years. they wouldn't. check this out-. Well. but anyway. huh? Here you go. NED: I told you your ass was grass if you ever forgot to secure one of these doors again. both personally and professionally. all right. okay? The Pacific Northwest's first discount discount holiday travel service. NED: No kidding? PETE: Yeah. SECURITY GUARD: Whoa.. I haven't actually. you know. These are. you know. They're promos for my new customers. NED: All right. well. but if you think you're actually going to sell one of these shirts.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 4 01:11:27:01 01:11:31:12 01:11:33:08 01:11:43:00 01:11:45:06 01:11:47:18 01:11:50:18 01:11:55:03 01:11:59:13 01:12:02:16 01:12:06:27 01:12:09:26 01:12:16:18 PETE: Yeah. A day or two tops. Bird Dog. so what I'm saying. PETE: Sweet. but I'm on my way back up. fine. I don't-NED: Shut up already. Now. it's not that tight. PETE: No. That's loud. Ned-NED: Pal. the thing is. NED: How'd you get in here? This place is locked up pretty tight. What the hell does my sister see in you. I don't want to piss in your pageant.
They say that every failure brings with it a valuable lesson to those that are willing to learn. Brandee. the first in the world.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 5 01:13:19:10 01:13:23:01 01:13:25:08 01:13:29:08 01:13:32:10 01:13:36:23 01:13:43:10 01:13:46:20 01:13:50:00 01:13:56:00 01:14:25:15 PETE: Hey.. You're beautiful. for those who haven't had the pleasure. CORBETT: I'm very happy to see everybody here this afternoon. Don't suppose you'd have this in extra large. don't quit.. as the case may be. You're a good man. you got it.. or you. You look good. I've very pleased and excited to tell you that 18 hours from now. no one more than my board of directors. PETE: Self-important windbag. David Caulfield is not only one of the hottest trial attorneys on the west coast.. who thought that Corbett Aviation would not take to the skies again. Corbett's no dummy. SECURITY GUARD: Woo. NED: Unbelievable. PETE: Is that the same Senator Caulfield that's behind the big push in Congress to triple federal funding for the private aerospace RNDs? TV REPORTER: Well.. bud. David. They didn't quit when their first prototype refused to take flight.. That's Ned. there was a lot of people in the media and the aerospace industry itself here in Seattle who thought I was finished. I might add. he also happens to be the son of my good friend Senator John Caulfield. the Genisys II. let's. for you. now gives Corbett Aviation a fail-safe fully computer-integrated aircraftcontrol system. to all of them.. And last but not least. but the point is every major advance in the history of aviation has been made by the bold. PETE: All right. CORBETT: And now. Well. would you? PETE: Hey. man. PETE: You too. and I could go on. well. I'd like to take this opportunity to introduce you to my very lovely daughter Brandee..let's get this stuff stowed. man. The Wright brothers knew that over a century ago. I know you all want to 01:15:34:01 01:15:37:22 01:16:13:05 01:16:20:12 01:16:22:23 . Well. Ned. listen. not the faint-hearted. do you? SECURITY GUARD: No. Hey. CORBETT: The software we've developed after the last year's tragedy. would you and my future grandson please stand up? And the man who made an honest woman out of Brandee is my son-inlaw David Caulfield. I love you. NASA didn't quit after the Challenger disaster in 1986. for you I've got a triple X. this very important trio behind me will be joining me onboard Genisys II for her maiden flight between Seattle and Los Angeles. NED: You don't have a problem with me helping out an old Air Force buddy. Thank you for your faith. Six months ago. a valuable lesson I learned after the tragic crash of Genisys I last September's this. NED: Okay.
we utilized 320 cross-functional build teams that in turn accessed 2. basically. lands. Captain. CORBETT: Who is the asshole in the flight jacket? Do you know? NED: Nope.200 terminals and three-dimensional interactiveapplication cadia systems to produce what we like to call pure perfection in flight.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 6 meet the pilot for tomorrow's historic flight. PETE: I have one. and we're ready. CORBETT: Well said. wait. but I'll do my very best to answer any of your questions. Thank you. Wait. just an obsolete one. friend. The Genisys II is a jet aircraft that takes off. TV REPORTER: No. A pilot who cannot or will not adapt to new technologies is not a real pilot. and flies itself. little girl? You're welcome. Would you like some candy. I have years of first-class flight training behind me and I definitely am a real pilot. CORBETT: I told you. Reece. TV REPORTER: How does it work? REECE: Terrific. and when you're ready. no. A real pilot is someone who can adapt proven flying skills with the new technologies available to them. I'll be happy to give you all a tour of the cockpit. no. 01:17:14:00 01:17:16:06 REECE: Well. I wouldn't say I know as much as the technicians who designed our computer systems. Captain Reece Robinson. If you want to take any photographs. REECE: Maybe I can put things a little more simply. it looks like we're just about wrapped up here. They're all yours. This is the 21st century here. I mean how does it work? REECE: Well. no. 01:17:23:02 01:17:24:16 01:17:29:10 01:17:31:15 01:17:47:03 01:17:50:17 01:18:02:08 01:18:11:00 01:18:13:15 01:18:20:00 01:18:23:05 01:19:02:00 01:19:12:12 01:19:16:09 01:19:59:11 01:19:59:25 01:20:01:08 01:20:02:13 01:20:05:06 01:20:06:12 01:20:18:02 01:20:18:26 . GABRIEL: Peep! No. Well. please feel free to come on up. I've tested this aircraft extensively. How can you consider you consider yourself a real pilot when a microchip or whatever runs the cockpit? REECE: Believe me. wait.
.. Dewmont. Whoa. mate. yeah.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 7 01:20:22:06 01:20:23:06 01:21:02:19 01:21:13:00 01:21:28:08 01:21:42:24 01:21:48:04 01:21:50:22 01:21:53:07 01:21:53:27 01:21:57:16 01:22:10:08 01:22:18:11 01:22:23:19 01:22:25:07 01:22:27:12 01:22:28:25 01:22:32:29 01:22:33:15 01:22:37:16 01:22:38:16 01:22:39:05 01:22:42:03 01:22:44:07 01:22:45:10 01:22:48:06 01:22:56:14 01:22:58:02 01:23:01:23 01:23:03:14 01:23:06:01 01:23:13:06 PETE: Hey. I thought you were a real pilot. PETE: Okay. SONG: . We're not married anymore. baby. CABLE GUY: Guess what? You called about an ADSL hookup for your computer? GABRIEL: Yeah... For you. Couldn't hear you knocking for the music. PETE: I missed you too. PETE: Okay. I'm not. but I just never took you for the corporate type. Maybe I'm just jealous. PETE: Okay. PETE: Okay. I'm sorry I gave you a hard time today. REECE: Please. you're not.Or do you turn and run away? What the use of it? Try to help with it They won't believe a word you say SONG: Wait a minute to tell someone There's no limit No guarantee that you're going to get it Pass the buck until you're done You're welcome. I just-REECE: No. you know? I mean. I deserved that. Are you still pissed at me? REECE: Asshole.. REECE: At least I'm flying... .. GABRIEL: Hi. REECE: Don't call me baby. jealous and awfully damn proud. SONG: You say you used to be the one You think you used to have some fun Don't go telling lies.
uh. you'll appreciate this. get the sparks going again. PETE: Mm-hmm. 01:25:18:05 01:25:20:19 01:25:23:27 01:25:26:08 01:25:31:09 01:25:36:28 01:25:40:01 01:25:40:22 01:25:49:16 01:25:56:23 01:25:57:21 01:26:00:08 01:26:10:08 01:26:12:14 01:26:13:19 01:26:16:01 01:26:20:00 01:26:25:15 .. REECE: I'm tired. I mean? PETE: Just trying to get my life back together. it's over. you can't blame a guy for trying to get a second chance at a really good thing. PETE: Well. Hey. I've moved on. like have a real talk. I really do. Well. but.. REECE: Sparks were never our problem. Peter. I stopped drinking. then we can order something in. you know. huh? REECE: Does that mean you've got your license back? PETE: Well. charter flights to the Hawaiian Islands. I can't go back there.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 8 01:23:18:00 01:23:19:14 01:24:42:00 01:24:46:12 01:24:49:24 01:24:54:02 01:24:54:24 01:24:55:16 01:24:57:08 01:25:00:28 01:25:03:01 01:25:05:13 You miss me a little bit? REECE: What are you doing here. not yet. REECE: And how is it? PETE: It's really hard sometimes. I thought maybe we'd go out and have some dinner. REECE: Really? PETE: Mm-hmm. REECE: When? PETE: Weeks ago. PETE: You can say that again. maybe something with a little spice. REECE: Have you even talked to the FAA about it? I wish you all the luck in the world on this. REECE: Peter. Cool. Hey. REECE: Yeah. two weeks ago.. Peter. I'm planning on talking to the FAA really soon. PETE: Well. okay. in Seattle. I've been working on getting this business together. PETE: You know.. You know.
and the wisdom to know the difference. So Ned-NED: What? PETE: I could use a friendly ear tonight. courage to change the things I can. and it might end up being a bartender's in the space I'm in right now. it's Bird Dog. What the hell were you doing? PETE: I don't know. NED: That was quite the performance out at the airport this afternoon. PETE: Hey. GROUP: God.. Can you meet me there in half an hour? PETE: Okay. okay? PETE: Okay." 01:28:56:19 01:29:00:11 01:30:52:00 . GABRIEL: "And Caesar's spirit ranging for revenge with Ate by his side. Um. NED: Everyone got a chair? Okay. look.. NED: All right. Have a seat. come hot from hell.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 9 01:26:29:14 01:26:35:06 01:26:42:10 01:26:43:12 01:27:29:07 01:27:31:15 01:27:32:29 01:27:37:18 01:27:41:21 01:27:42:23 01:27:50:18 01:27:52:01 01:27:55:01 01:27:57:10 01:28:04:18 01:28:06:02 01:28:17:24 01:28:19:12 01:28:22:23 01:28:25:16 01:28:27:10 01:28:32:28 01:28:34:00 01:28:37:12 01:28:39:29 01:28:45:00 REECE: I've a flight plan that I've got to write up and file tomorrow. NED: Hardaway here. Ned. I'm going to take a shower. I'll give you an address. I guess I was just having a little bit of fun. Amen. Number 27. Let's open with our serenity prayer. shall in these confines with a monarch's voice cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war. why don't we get started? Welcome. 1652 Oakmont. grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change. everyone. NED: Where are you? PETE: I'm in a parking lot next to trouble. See you there. Welcome. NED: So I see we have a visitor or two with us tonight.
That's interesting. but I know it's big time. BRANDEE: Thanks. GABRIEL: Let me guess. GABRIEL: Is this for me? It's lovely. Would you like beer? CABLE GUY: Beer would be great. GABRIEL: A hacker? CABLE GUY: I don't know what or who you're scamming. Aren't you supposed to still be at work? CABLE GUY: Nah. GABRIEL: You think so? CABLE GUY: Yeah. . Maybe we could talk about teaming up. no. definitely. Would you like to come in? BLAIR: Okay. no. Go right ahead. You are a heavyweight. Holy shit. I'm flattered. CORBETT: Reece.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 10 01:31:04:10 01:31:27:03 01:31:29:07 01:31:30:17 01:31:37:06 01:31:42:08 01:31:44:23 01:31:48:22 01:31:50:00 01:31:52:18 01:31:53:26 01:31:58:23 01:32:02:08 01:32:07:06 01:32:12:03 01:32:13:15 01:32:26:19 01:32:27:24 01:32:29:10 01:32:36:07 01:32:40:15 01:32:42:12 01:32:45:16 01:34:22:08 01:34:23:07 01:34:30:04 01:34:31:02 01:34:35:18 01:34:36:26 01:34:38:16 01:35:12:00 01:35:13:10 GABRIEL: Hmm. GABRIEL: I see. and? CABLE GUY: Not to brag or anything. Yeah. Tell me something. no. I punched out an hour ago. GABRIEL: Thank you. you forgot your tools? CABLE GUY: Not exactly. a hacker always recognizes another hacker. Mind? GABRIEL: No. but I'm pretty good myself. How do I put this? See.
Ty. Your mother might be worried. Go on. CORBETT: Well. How are you feeling? BRANDEE: Well. REECE: Okay. Peter. REECE: Great. Hi. are we? REECE: Good morning. I'm holding up. we're doing just fine. Captain. . CORBETT: How's the weather in LA? REECE: Clear and sunny with a high of 70. I think you better go home now. yes. we're linked. REECE: Sounds like a plan. CORBETT: We'll have lunch at the beach. JOHN: Good morning. I mean it. GABRIEL: It's that door. In fact. GABRIEL: Do you like my computer game? BLAIR: Can I play? GABRIEL: Maybe later. the President has a slightly nicer home than I do. Very nice. Slightly. DAVID: Oh. how do you like her so far? REECE: I like her just fine.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 11 01:35:14:04 01:35:15:13 01:35:17:20 01:35:19:23 01:35:22:06 01:35:24:07 01:35:24:23 01:35:25:15 01:35:27:20 01:35:29:09 12:35:30:10 01:35:46:20 01:35:50:14 01:35:58:10 01:36:07:17 01:36:09:11 01:36:32:17 01:36:35:02 01:36:37:02 01:37:01:24 01:37:03:05 01:37:05:15 01:37:09:04 01:37:10:19 01:37:24:29 01:37:27:23 01:37:46:23 01:37:48:10 01:37:49:10 01:37:51:23 01:38:01:05 01:38:25:08 Oh. Corbett. CORBETT: Well. Mr. REECE: Well. I think I'd take this over Air Force One any day. GABRIEL: What are you doing? BLAIR: I have to go to the bathroom. we are. BRANDEE: Oh. Senator Caulfield. if you could see me now. Uploading.
ABBOTT: Okay. Mama's going back to bed. 01:39:53:22 01:39:57:11 01:40:05:02 01:40:06:20 01:40:13:04 01:40:16:09 01:40:20:17 01:40:23:19 01:40:26:00 01:40:27:23 01:41:17:00 01:41:18:08 01:41:30:20 01:41:31:20 01:41:51:22 01:41:55:18 . Oh yeah. Genisys II clear for takeoff. You watch TV. SETTLE TOWER: You're a go for 34. you know. John? JOHN: Please. We're just waiting for clearance from the tower. Thank you. MRS. too? TAMMY: We're right here. REECE: Copy that. okay? CORBETT: Good morning. MRS. BLAIR: No. CORBETT: And now I'm your flight attendant. ABBOTT: Where were you? BLAIR: Downstairs. are you with us. Are you hungry. SEATTLE TOWER: Genisys II. runway 34 right. Ladies and Gentlemen. runway 34 right. Have a good one. Genisys II. This is your co-pilot speaking. Genisys Central. Seattle Tower. I plan to. Thank you. MRS. GABRIEL: Exciting? You have no idea. This is going to be so exciting. ABBOTT: You didn't leave the building? 'Cause it's not safe outside. What do you want to drink? Scotch. you're cleared for takeoff. I hope everybody's buckled up and relaxed back there. REECE: Roger that. Reece. Seattle Tower.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 12 01:38:26:08 01:38:59:01 01:39:00:12 01:39:03:24 01:39:09:29 01:39:15:00 01:39:16:00 01:39:19:10 01:39:20:10 01:39:24:00 01:39:25:00 01:39:26:00 01:39:28:08 01:39:33:02 01:39:45:05 Hey! Thank you. PETE: Oh yeah. REECE: Thanks.
CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 13 01:41:56:18 01:41:57:15 01:42:00:13 01:42:02:10 01:42:04:01 01:42:06:26 01:42:08:04 01:42:10:29 01:42:21:08 01:42:26:00 01:42:30:19 01:42:32:21 01:42:34:26 01:42:38:13 01:42:41:15 01:42:54:17 01:42:59:22 01:43:03:09 01:43:05:05 01:43:10:20 SEATTLE TOWER: Genisys II.. Genisys Central. can you help us out with this? TAMMY: We're already on it. GABRIEL: That's it. Our route just disappeared.fast? CORBETT: David? DAVID: It's a little early in the day for me. SEATTLE TOWER: What's happening up there. SEATTLE TOWER: Genisys II. Thank you very much.. Seattle Center here. DAVID: That is assuming it's something like the machine in our kitchen. I'll make the coffee.. too. I said we show you in a left turn. CORBETT: Nothing for you. not today. I know. Reece. Now it's showing some crazy holding pattern over Seattle. The fun is about to begin. REECE: Should I switch to manual? TAMMY: No. you relax. but thank you. Captain. BRANDEE: Okay.. Seattle Center. What's the matter. SEATTLE TOWER: Copy that. REECE: Say that again. no. What the. Captain? REECE: Confirm a turn. Seattle to LA. Think I'll take over now. Everybody relax and get comfy. BRANDEE: I'll go make us some coffee. Hang in there. DAVID: Oh. sweetheart. Flight and nav both say we're flying a straight heading. Genisys II? REECE: My question. We show you in a left turn. this is Seattle Center. We're going through your settings right now. Must be some sort of malfunction in the nav database. How about nowhere. Genisys II. Where should we go instead then? I know. I know. Let's see. 01:43:23:23 01:43:25:29 01:43:30:06 01:43:33:20 01:43:35:11 01:43:38:16 01:43:43:00 . Seattle Tower. We're clearing you some airspace at present altitude. you forgot the way to LAX.
Sorry. Come again? Oh. listen. I can't tell you how much I appreciate your support on this federal R-and-D thing. pushing the military potential on this technology was a stroke of genius on your part. that's all. Corbett's got to know what's going on. CORBETT: I know you are. Hey. Yeah. Have you got that glitch figured out yet? TAMMY: That's a negative. either. NED: She's right. Well. It says here you can get about a month of Sundays for a pretty decent. Those guys on the hill are hard to figure out some days. I'll talk to you later. I just ran across this quote for print ads in the Seattle Tribune. No.. but I think I have to bring Mr. I got a 737 and everything. man.. there's no guarantee in the lobbying business.. You know what.. Reece. Obviously the possibility of a pilotless war plane in the future should go over well with the mothers of America. Chuck. Our stock price is finally starting to rebound. but we're definitely giving it the full-court press. Yeah. this is Genisys II. Do you like it? REECE: Genisys Central. If I was a horse. never mind. JOHN: Well. CORBETT: John. 01:45:03:22 01:45:11:20 01:45:22:19 01:45:31:18 01:46:28:27 01:46:30:03 01:46:31:07 01:46:36:22 01:46:39:29 01:46:53:04 01:46:54:13 01:47:03:20 01:47:07:13 01:47:11:02 01:47:16:11 . Hey. I thought we talked this all through. Chuck. I understand it's your money. Yeah.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 14 01:43:52:06 01:44:05:16 01:44:08:01 01:44:18:28 01:44:23:03 01:44:37:27 01:44:45:00 01:44:46:03 01:44:50:07 Oh. Sun and Sand Charters. You just caught me by surprise.. thank you for that.. I wouldn't bet on me. Ty. boy. JOHN: Yeah. and I better let someone else know. Between the crash costs and all the capital it's taken to redesign our software and get airborne again. GABRIEL: How did you get in here? BLAIR: The door was open. and let me tell you. I know the poop's going to hit the prop. PETE: Yeah. REECE: Look. Corbett into the picture now. okay. GABRIEL: It's all right. Yeah. it was pretty touch and go for awhile. John.
Corbett. What? GABRIEL: You want to play? BLAIR: Okay. we disengage from the computer and bring her down the oldfashioned way. CORBETT: Well. We are no longer in business. and listen to me. Corbett. CORBETT: Good. NED: I have no idea what you're talking about. isn't it? Idiot. I don't know what to say. this is Seattle Center. PETE: Hey. but-NED: Bird Dog. It shouldn't be happening. I'll be right there. it is happening. The best and the brightest. you're a little late. Ned. them. I really hate being embarrassed in public. Logically.. PETE: Boop. God almighty. huh? Push that one all by yourself. Mr. 01:48:03:20 01:48:07:00 01:48:08:20 01:48:21:14 01:48:26:29 01:48:35:01 01:48:40:29 01:48:42:00 01:48:47:15 01:48:49:02 01:48:50:02 01:48:52:04 01:48:53:05 01:49:01:14 01:49:03:06 01:49:04:29 01:49:18:26 01:49:20:29 01:49:21:20 . it can't be happening. You've reached Sun and Sand Charters. Dewmont. It seems Reece's plane is in some kind of trouble here. it's Ned. After that. huh? Are you getting anywhere on. SEATTLE TOWER: Genisys. but you might want to haul your ass over to Genisys Control Center. so let's all hope that we don't have to go there. TAMMY: We hear you loud and clear. too. GABRIEL: That's neat stuff. I guess.. CORBETT: I'm giving you 10 minutes to find this little problem and fix it. PETE: What? All right. CORBETT: Are you telling me that none of that high-priced help down there can tell me how a routine Seattle-LA flight plan that Reece downloaded from her laptop has suddenly mutated into 45 minutes of Ring Around Seattle? TAMMY: Mr. Please check your altitude.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 15 01:47:22:26 01:47:24:27 01:47:26:28 01:47:46:04 01:47:51:04 01:47:54:05 01:47:55:11 NICK: Sarah Caulfield's people in Washington? NED: Yeah. We have you descending into levels with other traffic.
Seattle Center. MRS. go. NED: It's all right. REECE: It's not working. She can't be very much older than you. BLAIR: Where is she? GABRIEL: I'm not sure. ABBOTT: Blair! GABRIEL: Better go. Go to manual override. too? It's true. ABBOTT: Blair. are you downstairs? GABRIEL: Go. CORBETT: What the hell is going on here? GABRIEL: Did I tell you I have a little girl. Genisys II is in an uncontrolled decent. This is a restricted area. He's Reece's ex. go. MRS. . ABBOTT: Blair? GABRIEL: It's our little secret. We have a REECE: We can't wait for them to figure this out. right? MRS. go. go. Genisys II is declaring an emergency. Mom. Go. hurry. hurry. Hurry. I can't disengage from the computer. go. REECE: We're supposed to be at 230. Don't panic yet. whoa. CORBETT: Goddamnit. Somewhere with her mother. NICK: Whoa. PETE: Someone tell me what the hell's going on here. whoa. Sir. MRS. are you downstairs? Blair? BLAIR: Coming. we're talking serious danger. TAMMY: Seattle Center.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 16 01:49:26:07 01:49:29:01 01:49:31:11 01:49:36:23 01:49:43:19 01:49:44:25 01:49:48:06 01:49:53:07 01:49:55:19 01:49:57:17 01:49:59:00 01:50:02:01 01:50:04:15 01:50:10:00 01:50:11:10 01:50:12:23 01:50:16:20 01:50:17:14 01:50:18:15 01:50:36:00 01:50:39:09 01:50:43:05 01:50:48:05 01:50:54:12 01:50:56:12 01:51:02:29 01:51:09:17 01:51:11:08 01:51:13:18 01:51:14:25 01:51:16:03 We seemed to have leveled off. We're not talking embarrassment anymore. Stand by. Fine. ABBOTT: Blair. Take it back up.
NED: Should have brought the rest of the damn bottle with you. No premature immolation here. PETE: What do we got here? NED: They just leveled off at 15.000. What now? SEATTLE TOWER: Genisys! Genisys II! Traffic alert. Turn him over. DAVID: You. JOHN: What's going on. COMPUTER: Descend. I can't override anything in this damned airplane. Is everything all right? REECE: Everything's just fine. no. We can't have that.you turned the seat belt sign back on. REECE: I can't. Easy. uh.. CORBETT: Then who did? GABRIEL: I did it. That's it. BRANDEE: David! JOHN: Here.. BRANDEE: David. Ty? CORBETT: I don't know. Reece. Dave. 01:51:23:29 01:51:27:24 01:51:29:10 01:51:31:14 01:51:35:07 01:51:36:11 01:51:38:17 01:51:41:14 01:51:44:29 01:51:47:19 01:51:49:26 01:51:52:04 01:51:53:18 01:51:57:24 01:51:59:25 01:52:01:03 01:52:04:26 01:52:07:00 01:52:17:17 01:52:18:25 01:52:22:25 01:52:26:11 01:52:29:05 01:52:31:05 01:52:33:06 01:52:34:20 01:52:35:20 01:52:38:17 01:52:40:13 CORBETT: Sweet Jesus. CORBETT: Just a bit of weather. . REECE: I didn't do that. PETE: I think we were better off when pilots actually flew the planes. Descend now.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 17 computer malfunction. CORBETT: That's our T-cast. Could have used a double myself. You have traffic at 12:00. CORBETT: You just saved our lives. NED: You been drinking? PETE: I only had time for one. GABRIEL: Oh.
He was the best com guy in the Air Force in Kuwait. do you? Come on. Just let him do his thing. This guy has piggybacked an Iline onto our communication channels.000. TAMMY: What do you think you're doing. NED: Shove over. SEATTLE TOWER: We've got a Cessna reporting a near miss with Genisys II about four minutes ago.000 feet. Genisys Center.000 feet over Seattle. We have to land and get him to a hospital. Let me in there. Sounds like he's got a filter on his voice. we're requesting protected air space for Genisys II at 15. Something's blocking their com lines now. PETE: Who the hell is that? NED: It's the transmission to Genisys II. We're 15. NED: Gotcha. It's bad. TAMMY: Seattle Center. 01:53:14:16 01:53:18:26 01:53:24:10 01:53:25:28 01:53:28:11 01:53:30:00 01:53:31:00 01:53:35:15 01:53:38:11 01:53:42:27 01:53:44:26 01:54:15:00 01:54:16:08 01:54:22:20 01:54:23:20 01:54:28:29 01:54:30:02 . or someone. Already done. this is Seattle Center. do you copy? Genisys II. The radar shows them holding at 15. How much longer until we reach LA? REECE: We're not going to LA. Genisys Central. Are you still there at least? TAMMY: We're still here. Seattle Center. over. Hardaway? PETE: It's okay. Seattle Center. GABRIEL: You don't think I would go to all the trouble of setting up this little performance just to call it off now because somebody's bumped their noggin. SEATTLE TOWER: Roger that. I'm picking up bits and pieces of an outside transmission to the plane.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 18 01:52:42:00 01:52:47:21 01:52:50:23 01:52:52:10 01:52:56:28 01:53:05:24 01:53:06:25 JOHN: David's been hurt. NICK: Yeah. TAMMY: Copy that. PETE: Who is he? NED: No idea. We can't raise them. I can't get a fix. anyway. either. NED: What frequency? NICK: I don't know. but we can't contact them. JOHN: What? SEATTLE TOWER: Genisys II.
01:54:53:10 01:54:57:25 01:55:05:17 01:55:40:08 01:55:42:23 01:55:45:10 01:55:52:05 01:55:56:10 01:56:00:22 01:56:07:27 01:56:13:08 01:56:15:05 01:56:18:04 01:56:22:13 01:56:30:24 01:56:32:29 01:56:34:16 01:56:56:10 01:57:04:22 01:57:06:26 . 7.000. PETE: Hey. Who's flying the plane. The son of a bitch can see us in here. NED: That's it. two. We need to start a triangulation search right now and see if we can find this guy. really. GABRIEL: How touching. CORBETT: Who are you? Why are you doing this? GABRIEL: Wrack your brain. Corbett. we can all see it for ourselves. it'll be the last think you ever do. all right. I'm saying screw you and your head games. GABRIEL: Don't even think about it. GABRIEL: Why not? REECE: Well. GABRIEL: You saying you don't want to live as long as possible? REECE: No. GABRIEL: One. 6. BRANDEE: Oh. I don't know how. I count five of you back there.500. CORBETT: He can see us. but I think he's got a fractured skull. three. You know. my God. GABRIEL: You are a clever girl. REECE: The only thing we can do for him now is keep him completely still and hope there's been no bleeding onto his brain. hmm? REECE: I can't say for sure. for one thing-PETE: That's Reece. He's got them trapped up there.000. He's on the ground. REECE: --we'll eventually run out of fuel. 6. You touch that camera or the one I installed in the cockpit.500.01:54:33:25 01:54:35:21 01:54:37:03 01:54:37:24 01:54:38:11 01:54:40:05 01:54:42:09 01:54:44:02 CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 19 REECE: You can't keep us holding like this forever. Why do you suppose anyone would want to do this to you. REECE: Who cares? You're going to kill us anyway. GABRIEL: You sure about that? NICK: 7. Captain Robinson? REECE: You are. four. five. aren't you? PETE: He's going to take them down. dickhead. It's heartwrenching. Wrack your brain.
JOHN: I can't take this.. Senator Caulfield's people in Washington have called in the FBI. No one is dying on my airplane. Sweetie. My mistake. what. BLAIR: All right. NED: Yeah. PETE: So it means he could be transmitting from anywhere.come on. My son may be dying right in front of my eyes.and then by some system only he knows. I guess I really am flying this plane. that's great. Thanks for the update. John. Seattle Tower. everyone.. is being thrown up against a kind of cyber wall which scatters it to a million different locations all at once. We sure as hell don't need the Bureau running around here right now. talk to Mama. Sweetie. come on. this is our little secret. every bit of code he's transmitting. TAMMY: I hear you. Their agents are all over the tower and air-control center now. He's got some sort of sophisticated digital echo working for him. Just talked to air-traffic control. it all bounces back to Genisys II and reforms on their computer..CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 20 01:57:32:27 01:57:37:13 01:57:49:27 01:57:53:29 01:57:57:17 01:58:20:18 01:58:22:05 01:58:23:07 01:58:28:04 01:58:29:13 GABRIEL: Golly. okay? Ah! MRS. what is it? Come on. CORBETT: No. NED: Well. NED: Anywhere in the goddamn planet. PETE: Splattering. damnit. ABBOTT: Blair? Blair? Honey. NICK: What? NED: We can't triangulate. what is it? Honey. TAMMY: We copy. sweetie. Ty. It's called splattering. I'll see what I can do about holding them off.. What's the matter with you? Come on. huh? That's what I'd like to do to his brains. PETE: So what do we do now? NED: We cross our fingers and hope that these fine folks can figure out how this guy got control of the plane and how we can cut him off. Somebody help me! 01:58:38:08 01:58:41:21 01:58:47:28 01:58:50:15 01:58:52:05 01:59:01:06 01:59:04:29 01:59:07:16 01:59:09:07 01:59:17:10 01:59:20:12 01:59:25:01 01:59:51:02 01:59:52:15 02:00:04:09 . NED: Oh. PETE: What does that mean? NED: It means that every word.
02:00:33:03 02:00:35:03 02:00:37:22 02:00:46:29 02:00:50:29 02:00:54:10 02:00:57:08 02:01:01:00 02:01:02:24 02:01:15:14 02:01:23:14 02:01:24:16 CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 21 GABRIEL: What's happened? What wrong with the little girl? BYSTANDER: I don't know. It wouldn't be his first one today. and it was amazing. CORBETT: Are you all right? GABRIEL: Did you really think I'd leave any opening to chance? 02:01:31:11 02:01:33:29 02:01:43:09 02:01:45:25 02:02:18:01 02:02:31:02 02:02:32:18 02:02:39:08 02:02:44:05 02:02:49:12 02:02:52:25 02:02:55:22 02:03:02:07 02:03:04:01 02:03:07:05 . Her mother said she just got sick all of a sudden. and actually. CORBETT: So basically. I must have passed it straight through to the FMC when I uploaded my flight plan in the cockpit this morning. maybe it'll help reformat the FMC hard drive.000 feet. what you're saying is we're screwed. If I run a full quick restore through it. A quickie with the pilot at 15. Hey! CORBETT: Are you even there? REECE: I've been thinking about this. CORBETT: And now he has total control of the aircraft. Too bad you missed it. I have a question. REECE: Yeah. I'm going to miss you. anyway. he must have created a flight-simulation program that could interface between his computer and ours. REECE: Gee. Listen. you. Got a cigarette? GABRIEL: Oh. it's a shame I can't say the same about you. REECE: And then somehow. CORBETT: Yeah. I'm not even sure about that. The only way that he-CORBETT: No. REECE: You're right. This might be a trick. REECE: My laptop is still linked. About the only thing he can't do is flush the toilet. That would destroy his program and flip us into manual. CORBETT: Good. he hacked it into my laptop. REECE: Hey. you old devil. in order to pull this off. Captain Robinson. REECE: Every critical function on Genisys II is computer controlled and they're all user interfaced. That's the theory. Corbett. GABRIEL: Why.
CORBETT: Don't do this. Benson to ICU. Call the entomology department at the university and see if they can send someone over here stat. Okay. There was almost 10. tick. CORBETT: Well. there wasn't. You hate me. tick. I expect this will get your gobs moving again. You could say I tweaked the settings a little bit this morning to make sure that the maintenance guy would leave you with a short load. DOCTOR: Oh. You might want to check your fuel gage. but let's find out what kind of spider this it. tick. NICK: Gabriel Wingfield? PETE: Who in the hell's that? TAMMY: An ex-employee. Corbett. DOCTOR: It might be nothing. but don't forget that there's four innocent people on this plane. GABRIEL: It's me. By my estimation. JOHN: Plus. Tick. REECE: The reading just dropped to 6.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 22 02:03:09:28 02:03:14:17 02:03:22:03 02:03:27:10 02:03:28:22 02:03:30:28 02:03:32:09 02:03:33:16 02:03:34:26 02:03:42:20 02:03:45:12 02:03:49:14 02:03:55:29 02:03:58:25 02:04:05:05 02:04:13:16 02:04:18:16 02:04:24:26 02:04:25:28 02:04:28:00 02:04:35:24 INTERCOM: Dr. dozens. isn't it? We have no idea what kind of a fool we're dealing with. Benson to ICU. who knows how many others are at risk on the ground. CORBETT: Jesus.000 pounds. that's just it.000 there a minute ago. okay. are we? Well. you've got about two hours left. GABRIEL: Actually. 02:04:43:06 02:04:44:20 02:04:48:09 02:04:58:01 . Gabriel. please. probably. I think it ran out of her sleeve. tick. Captain Robinson. NURSE: That spider. tick. two of them are women and one of them is going to have a baby. reaching out to you from that shit farm back in Oz. tick. my goodness. NURSE: Sure. GABRIEL: Struck dumb. NED: Gone postal. Dr.
GABRIEL: 20? CORBETT: How much? Wingfield. yes. PETE: Reece? REECE: Peter? PETE: Reece. okay? GABRIEL: Excuse me? Whoever you are.. Hello. How do we get word to our people on the ground? GABRIEL: Don't worry about that. You think you can couple together that kind of cash? JOHN: Good God. this is my dime. obviously. whatever it takes. GABRIEL: Huh? You'll give me back my career. REECE: Try hundreds. A million dollars? Two million dollars? 02:06:07:16 02:06:09:05 02:06:12:01 02:06:18:23 02:06:20:22 02:06:27:09 02:06:29:19 02:06:30:14 02:06:31:24 02:06:33:15 . $20 million... CORBETT: Please. Corbett. It took them a little while to get into the game. that sounds like a nice round number. Did you miss me? TAMMY: Gabriel? You built a bloody good system here. NED: He's stopped jamming us. my reputation. I had a daughter. how much do you want? GABRIEL: I want it all. boys. Name your price. It's bloody good. but they know exactly what's going on now. Tammy. Corbett. but I can try and compensate for their loss. CORBETT: Okay. just hang in there. just tell me. I want it all! Still. how about my family? I lost my family working for you. CORBETT: I can't give you those back. Alas. I'll give you anything you want. mine's better.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 23 02:05:01:09 02:05:03:04 02:05:05:21 02:05:09:07 02:05:09:28 02:05:12:23 02:05:16:27 02:05:22:00 02:05:23:02 02:05:25:17 02:05:29:25 02:05:34:10 02:05:43:21 02:05:45:20 02:05:46:26 02:05:50:04 02:05:52:12 02:05:53:11 02:05:56:26 GABRIEL: How about 10? CORBETT: If that's what you want.
sweetheart. PETE: What difference does the color make? GABRIEL: Leave the money at the corner of. NED: Call the Tower. deal's off. No. Abbott. Leave the money in the middle of the field where Genisys I crashed. but we suspect that she was bitten. Anarchy is loosed and everywhere the ceremony of innocence is drowned. Only seems fitting. PETE: Look. I just spoke to an entomologist from the university. Things fall apart. It's going to be all right. touchy. MRS. very poisonous. Ball's in their court now. GABRIEL: Touchy. NED: Ah. if you say so. the falcon cannot hear the falconer. It's time to get to work collecting money.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 24 02:06:37:27 02:06:39:09 02:06:46:04 02:06:47:18 02:06:48:28 02:06:54:24 02:06:56:10 02:06:58:10 02:07:02:14 02:07:03:14 02:07:08:07 02:07:11:28 02:07:15:03 02:07:34:12 02:07:34:16 02:07:45:02 02:07:47:02 02:07:59:01 02:08:02:26 02:08:30:18 02:08:42:08 02:08:49:18 02:08:54:04 02:09:11:03 DOCTOR: Mrs. It's being sent to us right now on a Lear Jet. he's jamming us again. The center cannot hold. Well. all of us. It's Australian and very. GABRIEL: Turning and turning in the widening gyre. enough of the idle chitchat. You have one hour starting now. don't you think? One of my. PETE: I'm sorry.. CORBETT: We're going to be okay. GABRIEL: I want $20 million in two large gray suitcases. but it won't be here for an hour. If they're not gray. The bug in your daughter's sleeve was a Sidney funnel-web spider.. Make sure the FBI got all of that. That doesn't matter right now. We'll just have to find a way to keep her with us until then. One of my associates in Seattle will pick up the cash for me. Maybe you brought it home in some fruit or something from the grocery store. you son of a bitch. what's the word? Associates. Our problem is that the nearest antivenom is in San Francisco. it's okay. 02:09:24:16 02:09:26:08 . PETE: Yeah. ABBOTT: How? DOCTOR: No idea. We're still waiting on the blood work to confirm. Bird Dog.
he'd want a front-row seat to witness his big finale. ABBOTT: Help her! DOCTOR: It's okay. I taught her how to fly. He's covered his tracks too well. ABBOTT: Hang on. I mean. he wouldn't miss it for the world.. PETE: They're never going to get it. I taught her how to fly. It's okay. NED: God damnit. I mean-PETE: What? NED: Gabriel. Ned? NED: An hour. So big deal. we found the haystack. he's not transmitting from Australia. Abbott. baby. he's going to be on some rooftop or some balcony watching that plane go down in the middle of Seattle and burst into flames. It's just a goose chase.. You're right. NED: You know. Abbott. Mrs.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 25 02:09:42:23 02:09:44:20 02:09:46:28 02:09:50:02 02:09:51:09 02:09:53:29 02:09:59:02 02:10:50:13 02:10:55:12 02:11:00:10 MRS. it's about revenge.. they could still crack this thing in time. It's not about the money. nearly. for crying out loud where surveillance would be a piece of cake. Hurry. ABBOTT: No. It doesn't compare to this. Blair. let's just say I had a feeling. sweetie. honey. sweetheart. In an hour or so. Blair. there's some pretty smart folks back at the Control Center. A guy like that. PETE: I thought I hit hell about six months ago in a Honolulu bar. He's right here in Seattle. All that crap about the suitcases having to be gray.. and telling us to leave the money in an open field. Mommy's here. MRS. NED: Yeah.. but where's the needle. Then again. please. sweetheart. PETE: Well. Bird Dog. I mean. NED: Nobody showed up for the money. PETE: How much time do we have. DOCTOR: Mrs. PETE: Yeah. It's okay. Ned. huh? 02:11:11:10 02:11:14:06 02:11:15:24 02:11:19:25 02:11:25:25 02:11:29:07 02:11:38:19 02:11:43:01 02:11:53:12 02:11:57:22 02:11:58:15 02:12:04:28 02:12:11:16 . Ned. Mommy's here. MRS.. I guess you knew that. and now she's up there and I'm down here on the ground with no way of helping her.
it never could be. Been drinking? 02:12:30:16 02:12:35:13 02:12:37:28 02:12:40:23 02:12:42:23 02:12:44:16 02:12:49:19 02:12:50:29 02:13:00:17 02:13:06:09 02:13:21:14 02:13:23:16 02:13:24:08 02:13:25:13 02:13:29:22 02:13:45:21 02:13:47:09 02:13:53:08 02:13:55:23 02:13:59:15 02:14:00:15 02:14:13:09 02:14:14:18 02:14:16:06 02:14:17:28 . hey.. CORBETT: John-JOHN: For God's sake. Now. GABRIEL: Sick? I really don't think so. NED: Come on. This in not about money. then you'll respect me. believe me. maybe if there is a God. NED: Where's here? PETE: Well. It's about respect. Corbett. I'm here. I just decided to play along for the lark of it. TAMMY: Okay. It's him. NED: Bird Dog. Kitten Robinson.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 26 02:12:15:19 02:12:18:00 NED: Hey.. He'll put me on the right street or something. Wingfield. I mean. can we please end this now? GABRIEL: That's lame. I think you're a true genius. JOHN: What do you mean the deal's off? GABRIEL: Let's just say the duffer fell short. I'm afraid the arrogance and sarcasm I still detect on the tip of your tongue won't be completely swallowed until your airplane spirals into the ground at 400 miles an hour. you have my respect. shit. okay? I have to do something. GABRIEL: You got me what you thought I wanted. wait. JOHN: This can't be happening. Where are you going? PETE: I can't just stay here and do nothing. CORBETT: Well. JOHN: But we got you what you wanted. people. PETE: Yeah. 45 minutes. No. you have to-CORBETT: There's nothing she can do. There has to be a way out of this. even if it's just going out and driving around. NED: You don't sound too good. Oh. I prefer to think of myself as singleminded. REECE: You sick prick. let's try reconfiguring again. you've got to hang in there with us. It's insane.
the antivenom's on the Lear. I know. Ned. Nick. 02:14:46:12 02:14:48:03 02:14:53:14 02:14:54:07 02:14:55:23 02:14:57:04 02:14:59:13 02:15:01:19 02:15:08:26 02:15:10:00 02:15:44:19 02:15:46:14 02:15:48:04 02:15:49:26 02:15:52:24 02:15:57:06 02:15:59:17 02:16:02:10 . Abbott. I'm with the Health Department. all right. right? MRS. Yeah. well. I'm from the Health Department. a funnel-web spider this morning. and then call me right back. and we need your address. NED: What? PETE: The funnel-web spider comes from Australia. and we need to-DOCTOR: Call security. find out what hospital that kid's in.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 27 02:14:20:25 02:14:23:14 02:14:25:03 02:14:27:13 02:14:29:08 02:14:34:11 02:14:37:02 PETE: I think there are more important things to worry about right now than me.. NED: Like Gabriel? I don't know. are you? PETE: Uh. Kid got bit here in Seattle. ABBOTT: Yeah. but there's a Lear Jet on its way up from San Francisco on a medical emergency. what? NICK: It's the Tower. DOCTOR: What's going on here? Who are you? PETE: Oh. NED: Pete. NED: I'll give you that one. okay? NED: Yeah. ABBOTT: Yeah. Bird Dog. NICK: Yeah. PETE: Australia. The FBI's ordered them to divert all air traffic away from Seattle. no. NICK: For God's sake. but it's all we've got to go on. That's a stretch. You're not a doctor. like. PETE: Yeah. She could die without the antivenom. NED: So this little girl's on the Lear Jet? NICK: No. I know. Look. You're Mrs. will you let him land? What harm can it do? NED: Hold on. Some little girl got bit by a. call the Tower. NED: That seems reasonable enough to me under the circumstances. PETE: Your daughter was bitten by the spider? MRS. PETE: Hello..
Oh. REECE: No. I'm busy. MRS. Now. CORBETT: You need me up here. a real live Luddite. you know it'd save me another trip. I'm really sorry to bother you. 02:18:33:21 02:18:35:02 02:18:40:10 02:18:47:00 02:18:48:00 02:18:53:04 02:19:01:20 02:19:05:00 02:19:06:17 02:19:08:09 02:19:11:15 02:19:16:25 02:19:18:26 02:19:21:06 02:19:30:09 02:19:32:10 02:19:34:07 . if it'd make you feel any better.02:16:04:14 02:16:07:13 02:16:12:20 02:16:15:10 02:16:19:18 02:16:24:20 02:16:26:01 02:18:00:16 02:18:02:19 02:18:05:25 02:18:23:29 02:18:26:01 CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 28 PETE: Mrs. GABRIEL: Piss off. Have a seat. PETE: All right. are you sure? I mean. GABRIEL: I know who you are now. whoever you are. They need you. you're going to unlock or undo or unwhatever it is you've got to do to restore manual control of that airplane to the pilot. well. Your little girl's going to be okay. please. Imagine that. PETE: Well. DOCTOR: Sir. You're the touchy voice at the other end of the line. PETE: Yeah. Get up. MRS. Thank you. so I was just wondering if you wouldn't mind-GABRIEL: Yeah. apartment 34. but I have a delivery for the people in the apartment above yours and they're not home right now. and don't worry. you have to leave now. PETE: You're a real funny guy. what a shame. ABBOTT: It's 2649 Clarence Street. and it looks like something that might be important. isn't she? PETE: Yeah. You should be back with Brandee and the Senator. You think that's funny? GABRIEL: Go ahead. They brought the wrong detachment of the cavalry. I mind. ABBOTT: I know. Abbott. Just let me talk to her. This is a matter of life and death. aren't you? GABRIEL: She's lovely.
It's okay.02:19:38:17 02:19:41:16 02:19:47:11 02:19:49:19 02:19:50:26 02:19:54:03 02:19:55:06 02:19:59:15 02:20:01:03 02:20:50:18 02:20:51:18 02:21:02:07 02:21:04:17 02:21:15:07 02:21:16:16 02:21:19:25 02:21:25:01 CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 29 PETE: Just shut up. Put me through to her. I promise I'll do everything I 02:21:32:12 02:21:36:24 02:21:40:26 02:21:47:17 02:21:50:00 02:21:54:25 02:21:57:02 02:21:58:17 02:22:01:16 02:22:04:21 02:22:08:06 . What do you think. The bad news is. REECE: It's worth a lot. what's happening? Are you okay? PETE: Yeah. tick.. PETE: Shit! GABRIEL: Tick. 20 minutes? REECE: Nice try. it would be nice if you knew something about computers right about now. Help's here. Peter. is that we're running out of fuel. You've got to stop selling yourself short. PETE: Reece! REECE: Peter. tops. Seven. This is not going to be a routine flight. tick. REECE: Okay. I'll tell you later. PETE: Reece? Can you hear me? It's me. REECE: Peter. asshole. NED: No. The Genisys ground team are on site. REECE: Who's there with you? PETE: Just me and Gabriel. Gabriel's dead. It won't take them very long to figure out what he did to us and turn us loose. Brandee. I'll join a computer class first thing in the morning. PETE: Thank God. REECE: Okay. no. The fuel doesn't look too bad. what are you doing there? PETE: well. so please. Gabriel's been taken out. no. don't shoot. everybody. 15. GABRIEL: Yes. for whatever that's worth. Reece. but I want you to hold tight 'cause help's on the way. That's the good news. although I would admit. everybody buckle up tight. Pete. it's kind of a long strange story. Dewmont. why not? But you better hurry if you're going to ask her out on a date. It's just me now. I don't know. So.. it's going to be okay. that's good to know. PETE: Yeah. well.
no flaps. PETE: What else are you going to do.. Give me back my airplane. Goddamnit. If we switch off the flight-management computer now. and no landing gear. any time. PETE: Wait a second. 02:23:02:21 02:23:03:23 02:23:07:15 02:23:09:12 02:23:11:25 02:23:16:24 02:23:25:19 02:23:26:26 02:23:30:01 02:23:32:04 02:23:33:15 02:23:35:08 02:23:39:29 02:23:45:05 . It's practically suicide. doesn't there? TAMMY: Yes. but it'll be manual with no computer-assisted flight controls whatsoever and no hydraulics.. REECE: Do it now. See you on the Tarmac. okay. REECE: He's right. or I'm going to pull the plug myself. We're down to fumes. There's no time. okay? 02:22:26:27 02:22:32:13 02:22:36:12 02:22:38:16 02:22:39:28 02:22:40:25 02:22:42:17 02:22:43:23 02:22:46:14 02:22:48:02 Okay. NED: Tammy.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 30 can not to bounce David around too much. PETE: Done what? What are you talking about? TAMMY: Gabriel reconfigured most of the key onboard systems. Cut us loose. Reece. Genisys II. TAMMY: All right.. they'll have manual. NED: Can it be reconfigured? TAMMY: Onboard. yes. which means extremely limited handling. Disengage us from the FMC. wait until they run out of fuel and just drop out of the sky? I mean. just cut them loose. but not from here. all right. but-PETE: Look. TAMMY: No. there's got to be some kind of emergency mechanical gear extensions for the wheels.. but-PETE: You can't talk them down. I could try and talk them through it. No way. TAMMY: You can't land a plane like Genisys II with that many failed systems. yeah. You're on your own after I do this. NED: What do you mean a backup? TAMMY: He must have done it when he got inside and installed those video cams. NED: What? TAMMY: The bastard gave himself a backup.
Seattle Tower. Bend forward. He's in an awful big hurry to get down. TAMMY: Okay. REECE: Affirmative. this is Genisys II. Must be like this all the time for the birds. . Reece. don't ever forget this. I need to hold your hand. Genisys II. This is Genisys II declaring an emergency. Wings level. your glide's too high. and Reece. grab your ankles. it won't be long now. PETE: Yeah. We just ran out of fuel. It's a Lear. I love you. I'm planning a straight-in approach on runway 34. CORBETT: Look. isn't he? REECE: Okay. nose-up attitude. the way I taught you? REECE: I remember. REECE: I can do that. Be the airplane. I want everybody to assume crash positions. We see you've left your holding pattern. Mayday. I've lost both engines. Seattle Tower.02:23:49:04 02:23:52:07 02:23:58:25 02:24:00:24 02:24:09:23 02:24:11:17 02:24:19:24 02:24:21:28 02:24:28:20 02:24:30:18 02:24:34:01 02:24:40:10 02:24:43:11 02:24:47:09 02:24:55:13 02:25:03:06 02:25:04:26 02:25:07:10 02:25:11:02 02:25:15:09 02:25:33:28 02:25:40:04 02:25:49:13 02:25:55:19 02:26:02:25 02:26:18:10 02:26:20:18 CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 31 REECE: I wish you were with me here right now. BRANDEE: Sure is quiet out there. PETE: I know you can. Do you read? SEATTLE TOWER: Welcome back. but even if I do. PETE: That's right. Damnit. I think I have enough altitude for a glide in. it's still a dead-stick landing. SEATTLE TOWER: Are you still planning 34? REECE: Yeah. and stay down. shit. PETE: Come on. Reece. me too. but you can do this all by yourself. just let her settle down on her own and keep her straight. Just do it by feel. Mayday. Peter. you've got control. REECE: Oh yes. REECE: I love you. too. I'm hoping to drop my landing gear mechanically. REECE: Oh. you know. You be the airplane.
I'm open to any other suggestions. check. REECE: Okay. Genisys II. You can do this. if you can drop it inside. Keep her straight. SEATTLE TOWER: Roger that and good luck. SEATTLE TOWER: Copy that. CORBETT: Come on. CORBETT: You're looking good. Genisys II. The landing gear. your approach wind is 300 at 15. left and right are a-go. I think we're going to overshoot. Check for crosswinds. I have to get her down. It's going to be steep and we're going to be coming in like the space shuttle. CORBETT: On runway 34. REECE: 300 degrees. piece of crap. CORBETT: Well. Be the airplane. just help me. CORBETT: What? REECE: I'm too high and we're too hot. SEATTLE TOWER: It's your call. Oh.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 32 02:26:21:20 02:26:22:25 02:26:25:29 02:26:27:16 02:26:29:27 02:26:39:00 02:26:42:16 02:26:45:11 02:26:49:15 02:26:52:09 I'm going to use the trim to rub the nose and I'll sideslip in. Keep her level. The field is yours. Genisys II. you mean? REECE: Forget 34. REECE: Yeah. this is Genisys II. That's my target then. Okay. REECE: Okay. we're going to go ass over tea kettle. Captain.000 feet. well. REECE: Altitude's good on profile to touchdown point. 15 knots. Seattle Tower. Jesus. I think we're going to overshoot the field. 02:27:01:06 02:27:02:26 02:27:05:07 02:27:07:26 02:27:15:10 02:27:16:29 02:27:18:23 02:27:26:05 02:27:29:00 02:27:34:10 02:27:36:02 02:27:38:05 02:27:53:10 02:28:01:04 02:28:05:00 02:28:07:00 02:28:08:17 02:28:12:12 02:28:14:24 . Reece. so we're not going to make the field. REECE: You don't have to tell me. Look. but the nose gear isn't coming down. you're best bet is probably the old emergency runway out at the southwest corner. believe me. but if we're lucky. How are we looking from down there? SEATTLE TOWER: I have you two miles out at 4. I might make the end of the field. Speed's okay.
Frankly. CORBETT: It's okay.CABIN PRESSURE TIMED DIALOGUE LIST PAGE 33 02:28:23:24 02:28:25:11 02:30:18:03 02:30:19:25 02:30:48:16 02:30:53:21 02:30:55:23 02:30:57:04 02:31:04:25 02:31:07:20 Nose gear is down. REECE: I had a really good teacher once. I'd like to kiss her myself. yeah. Maybe you could teach me some of those new tricks. PETE: Oh. I know she did. He'll be all right. baby. huh? REECE: Maybe it's something we could talk about over dinner? . PETE: I don't remember teaching you any of that. That woman just did one hell of a job.
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