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#212 : La cinquième page

Alors que Maia est toujours hospitalisée, Diana remarque qu'une page manque au dossier médical de sa fille. Shawn, quant à lui, ne réussit plus à guérir. Seule Lily est au courant de son état. Shawn lui demande de garder le secret. Le NTAC s'inquiète, de nombreux 4400 semblent malades. 

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Titre VO
The Fifth Page

Titre VF
La cinquième page

Première diffusion
21.08.2005

Première diffusion en France
31.03.2006

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Réalisation
Scott Peters

Scénario
Ira Steven Behr & Craig Sweeny

Casting (guests)
Keegan Connor Tracy - Alison Driscoll
Harris Allan - Sam Marsden

  Alana emménage enfin chez Tom et Kyle. Mais ce matin, Alana semble absente, elle demande à Kyle de lui prescrire un traitement le croyant médecin. Tom est assez surpris…

Camp Dekker, en quarantaine
Diana feuillette le dossier médical de Maïa, quand elle découvre que bizarrement la cinquième page du dossier est manquante. Elle demande des explications au médecin qui lui explique que son infirmière avait fait une erreur sur la page. Selon lui Maïa souffre d’une pneumonie.

Shawn est toujours aussi malade, il ne peut désormais plus guérir. Seule Lily est au courant, il lui demande de ne rien révéler à personne. De son côté, le NTAC tente de comprendre ce qu’il se passe, de nombreux 4400 sont malades et voient apparaître de petits boutons sur le corps. Au même instant, Ryland fait son retour, il remplace Jarvis qui est toujours blessée. Tom et Diana sont ravis de le revoir.

 

  Au Centre 4400
Lily suspecte toujours la nourrice d’Isabelle. Quant à Matthew Ross, il découvre Shawn totalement affaibli.

Kyle s’en veut lorsqu’il découvre les gros titres d’un journal : « La maison du meurtrier de Collier vandalisée », il se rend sur les lieux. Au même instant la petite amie de Roy, le sois disant tueur, sort. Elle découvre que l’une des roues de sa voiture a été volontairement crevée. Kyle lui propose son aide.

Tom est appelé au Centre 4400, Alana est perturbée. Elle réclame le musée Collier et ses tableaux. Tom tente de la raisonner, il surprend alors de petits boutons sur le bras de sa femme il décide de l’emmener en quarantaine.

 

  Au NTAC
Ryland fait le point sur la situation. Puisque la « maladie » se propage, Washington demande que chacun des 4400 soit remis en quarantaine, qu’ils soient malades ou non ! Les 4400 ont alors ordre de se manifester dans les douze heures.

Au chevet de Maïa
Diana consulte à nouveau le dossier médical de sa fille. La cinquième page manquante est réapparue mais certains passages ont été noircis, ce qui étonne Diana.

 

  Brian prend contact avec Lily. Il s’inquiète pour elle, tout comme sa fille Heïdi. De leur côté, Tom et Diana demandent à Matthew Ross de livrer chaque 4400 présent au Centre. Celui refuse, mais propose cependant que chaque 4400 qui le souhaite soit pris en charge par les médecins du Centre.

Kyle aide maintenant la petite famille de Roy à repeindre la porte de leur pavillon qui a été taguée. Il se fait passer pour un autre. Quant à Shawn, totalement abattu, nomme Richard à son poste. Il décide d’intégrer le centre de quarantaine, là bas il rencontre Maïa. Tous deux discutent du fait qu’ils n’ont plus leur pouvoir respectif.

Kevin Burkhoff, membre de l’équipe scientifique du Centre 4400, révèle les résultats de ces recherches au Docteur Max Hudson, membre de l’équipe médical du NTAC, en échange de quoi ce dernier fera de même. Mais le docteur refuse invoquant le secret d’Etat. Tom et Diana demandent alors à Marco de récupérer les dossiers et les transmettre secrètement à Kevin Burkhoff.

Lily et Richard surprennent toute une équipe, dirigée par Matthew Ross, en train d’effectuer des expériences sur Isabelle. Fou de rage, le couple décide de quitter le Centre, mais aux vues des circonstances Lily et Richard préfèrent tout de même rester.

 

  Kyle reste dîner avec la petite amie de Roy et son frère, Sam. Ce dernier fouille le porte feuille de Kyle et découvre alors sa véritable identité et le fait que son père travaille pour le NTAC. De son côté, le NTAC envahit le Centre afin de récupérer tous les 4400 mais il est trop tard : Matthew Ross et Richard les ont emmenés ailleurs. Quant à Lily, avec l’aide de Brian, s’enfuit avec Isabelle pour la protéger. Elle ne met pas Richard au courant.

Tom et Diana rencontrent Kevin Burkhoff. En colère, il leur révèle que tout cela est dû au NTAC lui-même. Lors de la toute première quarantaine, les médecins ont injecté à chaque 4400 une substance nommée Promicine Inhibiteur, ce qui altère leurs défenses immunitaires.

La Cinquième Page
(2x12: The Fifth Page)


Written by CRAIG SWEENY & IRA STEVEN BEHR
Directed by SCOTT PETERS


**Previously on The 4400**

When Tom first meets Diana.

Ryland: This is where I give you the speech about how you’re my best field scientist, and Tom is my best lead investigator, and how together you’re gonna make a good team.


Tom’s home, around the dinner table, after meeting Alana.

Kyle : Let me see if I’ve got this straight: you two met, fell in love, and spent eight years together in some kind of alternate reality.
Tom: Yeah.


Tom to Alana, as she prepares to take Kyle abroad

Tom: What time is the flight?
Alana: Uh, noon.
Kyle: Say goodbye to Mom for me.


Diana to Tom at the bus terminal

Diana: They arrested a suspect forty minutes ago. Claim he’s our guy.


In a car garage.

Nina: Roy Keith Marsden.


In Tom's office; to Alana on the phone

Tom: Forget about the flight. Bring Kyle home. They just arrested a suspect in the Collier killing.


In Shawn's office; to Olivia who is blind

Shawn: It’s gonna feel a little weird, but when we’re done, you’ll be able to see again.
Olivia: When does it start? When do I see again?


Shawn has lost the ability to heal.


Shawn: Just give me one moment, okay?


At the Abendson Mental Facility.


Tess:
Kevin’s a genius, you know.


A scene after Kevin attacks Tom when he and Diana take Tess from the facility.

Tom: You’re saying that Burkhoff is the father of the 4400 technology.


Kevin to Dr. Clayton

Kevin: I can think again, too.


In Diana's home; to Maia

Diana: You’ve got a real fever, young lady. 


In the NTAC Medical.


Diana to Dr. Hudson, referring to Maia’s rash


Diana: I’ve worked at the CDC for seven years, and I never saw anything like it.


Lily to Richard in their apartment

Lily: I was changing her. She has these marks on her skin.
Richard: Marks? Bruises?
Lily: No. Like irritations. Like someone had her hooked up to something.


Nina to the rioting male agents

Nina: What did I just tell you?


Park shoots her.

After the situation ends, to Tom as she is placed in an ambulance

Nina: You’re in charge until I’m relieved. Whatever manpower is still up walking, start picking up the pieces.
Tom: I’ll handle it. Don’t worry about it.


Opening scene: Tom’s home.


Moving boxes, Tom to Kyle


Tom: Okay. Seriously. My back is about to call it a day. Okay? Just come on.
Kyle: You’re not helping.
Tom: Where’s this going? 


Alana moves to help.

Alana: Right there.

Alana is Putting down the box, laughing.

Tom: Please say that was the last box.
Alana: That’s it.


Tom is breathless.

Tom: Okay.
Alana: We’re officially living in sin.
Tom: Oh, really. Well, I prefer to call it: “resuming our eight-year marriage.”  


He kisses her.

Kyle: Call it whatever you want, just don’t kiss in front of me again, okay? That’s disgusting.


He breaks into a smile.

Alana: Oh, your father thinks this is so romantic, but what he doesn’t know is the reason I’m moving in is to take down his tacky golf stuff.
Tom: What? And replace it with what? Oh, oh! Paint splatters? Maybe a picture of a triangle that sells for three grand?
Kyle: Kids!
Alana: It’s art.
Kyle: Kids!  Work out these decorating issues amongst yourselves. But I’m dead serious about this kissing rule, okay? It’s non-negotiable.


Tom kisses her, and they both laugh.

Alana: Oh, Kyle, my allergies are bothering me again. Could you write me another prescription before you go?
Tom: Uh, Alana. Kyle’s only a doctor in the world you created for me, remember?


Alana double-takes.

Alana: I’m sorry. Ah! I had a brain freeze.


She laughs it off.

Alana: Right.


She leaves.


Scene change: hospital room.


Diana tries to decipher Maia’s medical writeup.

Hudson: Trying to decipher my handwriting?
Diana: I was just on the verge of giving up, actually.
Hudson: Good. Bad penmanship is the best way for a doctor to keep his mystique. 


He takes the paperwork from Diana.

Diana: There’s a page missing in there. It goes from page four to page six.
Hudson: Sorry. I’m breaking in a new nurse.  

Diana murmurs.

Dr Hudson: So, listen. I think we finally know what’s wrong with your daughter. Maia’s suffering from a type of pneumonia called pneumocystis jiroveci; it’s “PJP” for short.
Diana: I’ve never heard of it.
Hudson: It’s rare, but we can treat it.


Diana is relieved.

Diana: Well, thank God!
Hudson: But this kind of pneumonia could be a symptom for something more serious. Now, we’ve tested her for every virus: all negative.
Diana: So, where is it coming from?
Hudson: We don’t know, but we’re running more tests. We’ll figure it out.


Scene change: 4400 Center.

Shawn to Lily

Shawn: It’s not that big of a deal. You know. I’ve just—I’ve been working real hard lately. I think I got the flue or something.  Everybody gets that, right?
Lily: Sure. It’s just—Shawn—you can’t heal.
Shawn: For now.
Lily: I think you should get it checked out.
Shawn: If I can’t kick it in a day or two, I will. But—uh—until then, can you reschedule all my foundation appointments?  Tell them that it’s temporary.


Lily murmurs.

Shawn: Make sure they know that. 


As she starts to leave

Shawn: Lily, don’t tell anyone I can’t heal.

Lily: Sure. 


She starts to leave.

Shawn: Thank you. 


Pause.  

Shawn: Lily, I mean it. Nobody. 


After she exits, he rises.


Shawn: Oh, God!


He examines himself in a mirror. He is covered with the rash.


Shawn: Ah!


Scene change: San Antonio, Texas.


Rose Woodard [disappeared December 1, 1991] examines her arm with the same rash.


Utica, New York: Matthew Lombard, a homeless man [disappeared May 30, 1977], coughs as he sits on a street.


Frankfurt, Germany: Werner Loecher [disappeared April 19, 1973] is wheeled into an ambulance.


Scene change: NTAC.


looking at a screen in the operations room showing a depiction of hundreds of people becoming sick.

Tom: How many are sick?
Marco: Three hundred—that we know of. Medical says more calls keep coming in.
Tom: So, what is it?
Diana: Well, it’s some kind of immune system disorder, and it’s leaving the 4400 vulnerable to all kinds of diseases.


Scene change: NTAC helipad.


Agent to a female agent

 
Agent: His plane landed at Seatac on schedule. Chopper should be here any minute.


He takes a folder from her; he looks at a Styrofoam cup.

Agent: What’s that?
Woman: They told me he likes green tea.


In the operations room.

Tom: Is it contagious?
Diana: We don’t know.
Marco: Were they infected while they were gone? Maybe they brought this back with them.
Diana: Well, maybe, we just don’t know.


Agent to Ryland
    
Agent: The situation is fluid. 


Agent hands Ryland a folder.

Agent: But here’s a summary of what we know so far.
Woman: Uh, sir?  


She hands Ryland the green tea.


Woman: They told me you’d want this.


Diana: The numbers just keep getting bigger.
Marco: So, we’re recovering from an attack on this building, the Division commander’s still in the hospital, what are we supposed to do?


Ryland addressing the room

Ryland: We take to the field.
Garrity: Ryland? Where did he come from?
Ryland: We’re gonna have every 4400 in this jurisdiction tested for this sickness by day’s end.
Tom: Dennis! Is it good to see you!


Ryland shaking his hand.

Ryland: Tom. Diana.
Diana: What brings you to Seattle, Ryland?
Ryland: I’m assuming temporary command of this division. My orders are to do something about the spread of this epidemic. I’m gonna figure out a way to do just that.


In Nina’s office, referring to Nina’s nameplate.

Tom: You might want to move that, unless you want people calling you “Nina.”


Tom picks up the nameplate.


Ryland chuckles.

Ryland: How’s Jarvis doing?
Tom: They set her collarbone. Doctors said she should be back in two weeks.
Ryland: My guess: she makes it in one.


Tom sitting down.

Tom: Yeah. So, how’s DC?
Ryland: Oh, it’s a lot of networking. Lots of dinner parties. Patty loves it.
Tom: And you?
Ryland: Well, the Pacific Northwest is the flashpoint. I kind of feel like I was promoted out of the game.
Tom: A lot of guys here would trade places with you.
Ryland: I wouldn’t blame them. A woman releases plague into the air; a terrorist attack on the building: some people I work for think you’re in the middle of a war.
Tom: I’m sure it looks that way on paper.
Ryland: Well, don’t get defensive. I’m still preaching the gospel of Highland Beach. I still believe the 4400 came back here to change things for the better.
Tom: Yeah. And the people you work for?
Ryland: Don’t worry about them. One day, this’ll be over. We’ll go out for a beer. We’ll kick back. We’ll trade war stories.
Tom: Yeah.


Scene change: 4400 Center; Daycare Facility.


Ruth to Richard and Lily, referring to Isabelle


Ruth: She was a little cranky this morning. I think she’s cutting another tooth.
Lily: They come in fast, huh.
Ruth: She’s at that age.
Lily: Bye-bye, Sweetie.
Ruth: We’ll see you tomorrow.
Richard: Thank you, Ruth.


Ruth leaves.


Lily checks Isabelle for a rash.

Richard: Lily, what are you doing? I thought we agreed nobody was doing science experiments on our baby.
Lily: Just making sure.


Scene change: in Shawn’s office.


Matthew entering.


Matthew: Shawn, we need to rearrange your healing schedule. There’s something going on: some sort of illness spreading among the 4400.


Shawn feeling and looking very ill.


Shawn: I know all about it.


Scene change: at home, Kyle reads about Marsden’s home being vandalized in the paper.


He visits the home. Alison exits and sees the flat tires on her car.


Alison to Kyle


Alison: You. Did you do this?
Kyle: No, no. It wasn’t me.
Alison: Then what are you doing here?
Kyle: I read about this place in the paper. I just—I was curious.
Alison: Yeah, well be curious somewhere else, because people still live here, okay? 


She kneels down next to her car.

Kyle: Need some help?
Alison: What, are you a mechanic now?
Kyle: Well, I can change a tire. 


Alison sighs.

Kyle: There’s probably a jack in the trunk, right?
Alison: Yeah. I’m sorry I snapped at you. I just—I’m in a hurry, and—uh—my boyfriend’s little brother is in the principal’s office again. 


She opens the trunk and tosses the jack onto the lawn.

Alison: And, he’s not here again.
Kyle: I guess he’s in a lot of trouble, huh.
Alison: Yeah. Yeah, you could say that.
Kyle: Well, I mean, it’s none of my business. I can just change the tire and go.
Alison: Please. 


Kyle picks up the jack.


Scene change: 4400 Center lobby.


Alana visits.


Man to Alana


Man: Hi there. Welcome to the Center. Are you here to take the tour?
Alana: This is wrong. It’s all wrong.
Man: Excuse me?
Alana: This is the Collier museum. Where are all the paintings? 


Later, Tom arrives.

Alana: Thomas.
Tom: Hey, Sweetie. What’s going on?
Alana: I have a board of directors meeting, and they won’t let me go upstairs.
Tom: Yeah, yeah. They called me. They said you were a little mixed up. Alana, this isn’t the Collier museum, Honey. It’s the 4400 Center.
Alana: What are you talking about?  I come here all the time.
Tom: Look at me.  Look—Alana, the place you’re thinking of—it’s somewhere else.


Alana is angry.

Alana: No. No! Why are you confusing me?


Tom struggles with her.

Tom: Just calm down!
Alana: No!
Tom: It’s okay. It’s all right.


He finds the rash on her arm.


Scene change: NTAC medical.


Alana is wheeled inside.


Ryland briefing his staff in the operations room.


Ryland: The infection rate is eighteen percent.

Tom: One in five of them is already sick?
Marco: One in five today. I mean, tomorrow—
Ryland: The National Institute of Health is worried that this illness—whatever it is—can mutate and cross over into the general population.
Marco: Whoa. Would it even have to mutate? There’s no guarantee that this is going to stay exclusive to 4400s.  And—uh—meanwhile we’ve got two dozen sick ones right downstairs.
Ryland: They’re not going to be there long.
Tom: Why?  What are we doing with them?
Ryland: DC wants to put all the 4400 back in Quarantine and keep them there for the rest of the crisis. I know it’s a big move, people, but it’s the best one we’ve got at the moment.
Tom: Can we do that?
Ryland: According to Emergency Quarantine Order 74 we can.
Diana: But wait. You’re just talking about the sick ones here, right?
Ryland: No. All of them. Every 4400 in the country is subject to this order.
Marco: Okay. But that’s only half of them. This thing’s worldwide, right?
Ryland: England and France are passing similar legislation. We expect other countries to follow.
Diana: But why—why are you forcing them all to come in?
Ryland: Because the disease seems to be showing up at random. Until we understand how it’s transmitted, we have to assume that every 4400 is a potential vector.
Tom: How much time are we giving them?
Ryland: We’ll be making the announcement in the morning. They’ll have twelve hours to get to a local NTAC branch. Then they’ll be transferred to Camp Dekker and the Quarantine Facility.
Tom: What if they don’t report?
Ryland: Then it’ll be our job to bring them in.


Ryland exits.


Later in a corridor; to Tom and Diana


Ryland: You’re not hearing me. It’s temporary.
Tom: Can you be sure? You already told me people in Washington think we’re fighting a war.
Ryland: Washington is full of opinions. The town runs on them.
Diana: Listen. The 4400 aren’t just names in some report, and they’re definitely not enemy combatants. Now, you’re talking about my daughter, Tom’s nephew—
Tom: The woman I love.


Tom is seeing Ryland’s stunned look.


Tom:
I was going to tell you over that beer.
Diana: Now, what assurances can you give us that these people aren’t just being thrown down some hole permanently?
Ryland: You have my assurance, and that should be enough. 


Diana is doubtful.

Ryland: I was the one who pushed to let them out in the first place, you remember?
Tom: We’re not trying to second-guess you, Dennis. But people we love are sick.
Ryland: I get it. But getting them all together in one place is going to make it a lot easier to find out what the hell this is.  When it’s over, everybody goes home.
Tom: We know you’ll fight the good fight, Dennis.
Diana: I just hope you can win.


Ryland retreats to his office.


Scene change: in Maia’s hospital room.


Diana reviews Maia’s chart.


There are several lines blackened out.

Maia: Mommy?
Diana: You’re awake! How are you, Baby?
Maia: I’m tired of being sick. When can I go home?
Diana: Why don’t you tell me? I was kind of hoping you had a vision about how all this will be over soon.
Maia: They’re not coming anymore. I’m not seeing things.


Hudson entering

Hudson: My favorite patient is awake.
Diana: More awake than you look.
Hudson: Hmm. 


Hudson to Maia

Hudson: Open wide.


He inserts a thermometer into her mouth.


Hudson to Diana


Hudson: I do my best work when I eliminate sleep altogether.
Diana: Well, if you need someone to splash cold water on your face, you just let me know.
Hudson: Thanks. He removes the thermometer. Do you mind?


Diana handing the chart to Hudson.

Diana: I noticed that missing page made its way back in.
Hudson: Oh. Yeah. I told you it’d be back.
Diana: What are those two lines blacked out for?
Hudson: Well, looks like we duplicated a test. They cross it out, so we don’t read the same results twice. 


He writes the temperature results on the chart.


Hudson to Maia

Hudson: Okay. Let’s see how that rash is doing.


Scene change: in a park.


Lily and Brian are walking and talking.

Lily: I’m fine, Brian. Tell Heidi not to worry. Richard’s fine. Isabelle’s fine.
Brian: Well, the news is making like everybody’s sick. People are terrified. And, if normal people start getting sick—
Lily: “Normal people”?
Brian: Okay. That came out wrong, but you know what I mean. And listen, Lily. Heidi’s not the only one that’s worried about you. I am, too.
Lily: A year and a half ago, you welcomed me home with a restraining order.


Brian is sighing.

Brian: I know. I panicked when you got back. Don’t think I haven’t lost sleep over what I did. I just want you to know now that I’m there for you. You, Richard, Isabelle. You need anything; just call.


Scene change: 4400 Center.


Matthew to Tom and Diana

Matthew: Quarantine? That’s an evocative word these days. Conjures up images of secret prisons and—what’s the euphemism you’re using now? “Coercion tactics”?
Tom: Let me ask you something: you have some doctors on staff here, right?
Matthew: Yes.
Tom: They having any luck getting to the bottom of this thing?
Matthew: Not yet.
Tom: Then get off your soapbox. You want an image to hold on to, try this one: 4400s dying in droves.
Diana: I think what my partner means to say is that our two organizations need each other, and we should cooperate.
Matthew: And how exactly do we do that?
Diana: We want you to issue a public statement. If the Center counsels the 4400s to go along with this order, things will go much more smoothly.
Matthew: And if we don’t?
Tom: Why are we talking to you, anyway? Where’s Shawn? Is he all right?
Matthew: Mr. Farrell is handling urgent business. This situation requires his full attention. Look. I’ll have to run it by him, but I don’t see a problem advising any ill 4400s to seek medical care from NTAC.
Diana: Well, that’s a start.
Tom: What about the ones who aren’t showing symptoms?
Matthew: Uh, that issue’s going to require a little more thought.
Tom: Great. You have twelve hours.


Matthew walks away angrily.


Scene change: Marsden house.


Kyle is painting the front door, obliterating the word “Murderer”.


Sam:
What’s the point of painting it over anyway? They’re just gonna do it again.
Alison: We don’t know that. Look, Sam. Kyle has been nice enough to come over here and help us out. So, the least you can do is pitch in. 


She walks him to the door and hands him a paintbrush.

Alison: Oh, yes. Very good. Picasso. I’m going to make sandwiches.  

She enters the house.


Sam to Kyle

Sam: Okay. Seriously, what’s your story? Why are you helping us? Kyle—whoever you are?
Kyle: My last name’s Bingham, and I don’t know. I was just walking by here yesterday. Alison looked like she could use a hand.
Sam: Yeah, well, if you were thinking about hooking up with her, forget it. Alison’s gonna marry my brother as soon as he gets out of jail.
Kyle: I know. I know. She told me.
Sam: You should listen to her. Roy didn’t kill this Collier guy.
Kyle: I believe you.
Sam: Yeah? Well, you’re the only one.
Kyle: You and me.  And, when he does get out, I don’t think you want him coming home and seeing “murderer” written all over his door, do you?


Scene change: 4400 Center, Shawn’s bedroom.


Richard and Matthew are in attendance.


Shawn is lying down.

Shawn: Richard. You ready for a promotion?
Richard: Me?  A promotion to what?
Shawn: I’m trying here, man. I want to lead us all through this, but I can’t do that right now. 


Shawn tries to sit up. Richard gives him a hand.

Shawn: Thank you.
Richard: I know I’m a 4400, but after that my qualifications are a little thin. They didn’t even give me an ability. To be honest with you, I’m not sure how long Lily and I were planning on staying here.
Matthew: So, it’s not a perfect fit. But you’re articulate and a war hero, and you have the gravitas of a leader. 


Matthew to Shawn

Matthew: I think it’s a good idea.
Richard: But I haven’t given an order since 1951.
Shawn: I was in high school a year and a half ago. I managed. So will you.
Richard: But it’s only temporary, right?  As soon as you get better, I can go right back to being camera shy.
Shawn: Yeah.


Shawn lies back down.

Shawn: Temporary.
Richard: What are you going to do?
Shawn: What I have to.


Scene change: Camp Dekker Quarantine Facility.


Shawn and other 4400s are wheeled inside to a huge hospital room.


Scene change: outside the 4400 Center.


Richard is addressing the staff and media.

Richard: This disease has everyone frightened, and that’s understandable. But no one’s more frightened than we are. And that’s because, in spite of all the rumors that you hear flying around, only 4400s are getting sick. And, now the government wants us to head into quarantine. They say cooperation is essential. Well, here’s the best we can do.

Ryland watches from NTAC.

Richard: If you’re sick, the responsible thing is to report to NTAC. Our best wishes and prayers go with you. But if you’re well, if you’re showing no symptoms, we ask you to consider this: walking into quarantine is an easy step. But walking out—


Richard shakes his head.

Richard: —that might be considerably more difficult. Thank you.


Ryland: Don’t they get it? We’re trying to help these people.
Tom: All they hear is “quarantine”, Dennis. You can’t blame them for being scared.
Diana: Maybe if we gave them another day, half a day even.
Ryland: Does it look to you like they haven’t made up their minds? We tried being reasonable. In ten hours we start rounding them up.


Scene change: Camp Dekker hospital ward.


Maia to Shawn

Maia: Hi.


Shawn is breathless.

Shawn: Hey.
Maia: I know who you are. You’re the one who fixes people.


Shawn nods.


Shawn: Yeah. Shawn.
Maia: How come you’re in here? Why don’t you just make yourself better?
Shawn: I wish I could. 


He raises his hands.

Shawn: They’re broken. Kind of like the rest of me.
Maia: I used to see things: stuff that was gonna happen. That’s gone now, too.
Shawn: It’s funny, huh?  When I found out I was different, all I wanted to do was be normal again.
Maia: Me, too.
Shawn: But you get used to it. Now that it’s gone, I feel like I’m missing an arm.
Maia: It’ll come back, once we get better.
Shawn: Any idea when that’s gonna be?
Maia: Not exactly. But my Mom told me everything’s gonna be fine, and I believe what she says.
Shawn: That must be a nice feeling.
Maia: Don’t you have someone to believe in?
Shawn: I used to. But now I guess I’m just gonna have to believe in you.


Scene change: NTAC.


Kevin eating walnuts and spitting the shells into a waste basket.


Kevin to Tom

Kevin: You’re the one I attacked at the hospital.
Diana: Oh. We didn’t think you’d remember us.
Kevin: I remember. I was very sick back then. I’m better now.


Hudson is approaching.

Hudson: Diana. You wanted to see me?
Kevin: Kevin Burkhoff.


Kevin rises to his feet.

Kevin: I’ve been doing neurological research on the 4400s.
Hudson: Oh. I’ve heard of you. 


Hudson shakes hands.

Hudson: Everybody here has.


Kevin hands a package to Hudson.

Kevin: Here. There’s some—uh—very interesting data on the blood work I’ve been doing. Have a look. See if it helps you figure out what’s going on with this disease.


Hudson looks at Tom.

Hudson: Well, thank you. I’ll comb through this.
Kevin: Good. And, I can expect to see your work—when? 


Hudson hesitates.

Kevin: I showed you mine. You show me yours. That is the way it works, isn’t it?
Hudson: Usually, but the research we do here is classified.
Diana: Max. Max, if ever there was a time to bend the rules a little, I think it might be now.
Hudson: Well, it’s not a wink-and-a-nudge situation, Diana. I give over classified documents, I go to jail.
Tom: Yeah. And if you don’t, people might die.
Hudson: Are you implying we’re not doing everything we can? We’ve got dozens of doctors working around the clock to try to solve this thing. 


Hudson to Kevin

Hudson: Now, I will look over everything that you’ve given me. If I find anything that can help you, I’ll give you a call. That’s the best I can do.


Hudson walks away.


Diana to Kevin


Diana: I am so sorry.
Kevin: You know, I’m not interested in apologies. I want to see that information.


He starts to exit.

Kevin: Or is NTAC not interested in curing these people?


He leaves.


Scene change:  in an elevator.


Marco to Tom and Diana


Marco: I know you guys are kind of cavalier about putting your own careers on the line, but—uh—do me a favor: stop asking me to join in the fun, okay?


They all exit the elevator.

Marco: I like what I do here.
Tom: They’re medical records, Marco, not national secrets.
Marco: Wrong. They’re medical records and national secrets. That is why they keep them in a database you need six passwords to get into. And, that’s why sport-o wouldn’t give them to you.


They enter the Theory Room.

Diana: All right. Let’s just leave Max out of this. He’s under a lot of pressure.
Marco: And he wants to keep his job. I don’t blame him. You know, I just opened up a 401(k). Yeah. Pretty sure the government stops matching donations once you commit treason.
Diana: Listen. The government just turned down an offer of help from Kevin Burkhoff. Remember him?
Tom: Yeah. The future built a giant tower to wake him up. I guess they think he matters.
Marco: If anyone in Washington read my report, they know he matters, too. You know, it’s weird. Hundreds of people are sick. You’d think they’d want any help they could get.
Diana: Well, they’re gonna get his help.
Tom: Yeah. Whether they want it or not.
Marco: Gotcha.


Scene change: 4400 Center Day Care Facility.


Ruth takes Isabelle into the corridor.

Ruth: Yeah. Is Isabelle ready to go for her walk? Okay. Let’s go have some fun. 


Lily is shadowing her.


In a basement hallway.

Richard: How long has she been in there?
Lily: I don’t know. Five minutes? I came and got you as soon as I saw.


Richard tries to open the door, but he is locked out.

Richard: What are they doing to her in there? Step back. 


Richard breaks down the door.


Isabelle is hooked up to a brain scan machine.


Matthew is observing.


Matthew to the others

Matthew: Would you excuse us, please?


Richard to Matthew

Richard: How long has this been going on?
Matthew: Richard, your daughter has never been in any kind of danger.


Lily is angrily.

Lily: He asked you a question.
Matthew: Jordan was going to initiate these tests as soon as he convinced you to come back into the fold.


Richard is upset.

Richard: What tests?  What have you been doing to her?
Matthew: All we’re doing is what you should have done a long time ago: trying to figure out who—or what—Isabelle is.
Lily: She’s our daughter. That’s all you or anyone else needs to know.
Matthew: Your daughter is the Rosetta Stone for understanding what happened to the 4400, and yet you both cling to the illusion that she’s gonna go to preschool, first communion, the prom—
Lily: She’s not communal property. We’re her parents. We decide.
Matthew: Parents?  You are the stewards of the future, and—forgive me for saying so—but you’re doing a piss-poor job of it.
Richard: We have given up everything we have for that child.


Richard closes in on Matthew.

Richard: Any chance we had of living a normal life—
Lily: —to protect her from people like you.
Matthew: Look, Richard. This is no time for this conversation. In two hours, the government is coming through the front door.
Richard: Yeah. Well, you’re not gonna use my daughter as some kind of weapon against them.
Matthew: That was never my intention.
Lily: You’re never gonna have the chance. We’re leaving now.
Matthew: That’s your choice. But if you do, if we splinter now, they will round up the 4400 one by one, and this movement is over. 


Richard and Lily leave.


Scene change: Camp Dekker.


Tom visits Alana.


Tom on the other side of a glass partition.

Tom: Hey.
Alana: Hey, Thomas.
Tom: Hey. Hey. They said you’ve been asking for me. Shouldn’t you be in bed?
Alana: They’ll take me back soon enough. I wanted to see you.
Tom: How do you feel, Baby?
Alana: They can’t get the fever down, but the worst part is my head. Everything is so mixed up.
Tom: This illness: it affects people’s abilities. Maia can’t see things, and—and Shawn: Shawn can’t heal. And for you, Honey, I think the boundaries between this world and the one you created are breaking down.
Alana: It’s so confusing. I don’t know what’s real anymore.
Tom: I know it’s scary. You just have to hang on. They’ll get this fixed.
Alana: What if they’re too late? What if they can make my body right, but not my mind? I don’t want to live like that, Thomas.
Tom: You’re not gonna have to. You’re gonna get better. You have to believe that, Alana.
Alana: Thomas.
Tom: Yeah?
Alana: I love you so much. I wanted us to get married for real—in this world. That’s all I wanted to tell you, before—before my mind goes, because I don’t know if it will be good again.


Scene change: in the Marsden kitchen.


Alison is puttering around with food.

Alison: So, you’re sure I can’t get you a beer or something?


Kyle sitting at a table.

Kyle: No, no. That’s okay. I don’t drink.
Alison: Okay.
Kyle: You know, this isn’t really necessary. I just did a couple of chores.
Alison: Maybe it’s not a big deal to you, but I just haven’t seen a friendly face in a while. 


She sits down at the table.

Alison: Not since Roy went away.
Kyle: Um, no offense, but—um—the papers make him sound like the second coming of Lee Harvey Oswald.
Alison: Yeah.  Well, I wouldn’t exactly call it “fair and balanced coverage.”
Kyle: But he did have some monstrous gun collection, right?
Alison: Look. I’m not saying that he was a candidate for higher office, and he sure as hell wasn’t the world’s greatest boyfriend. But taking out two NTAC agents and shooting Jordan Collier? Come on.
Kyle: Yeah.
Alison: Yeah. Eat up.


Alison is calling.

Alison: Sam! Sam! Come on! We’re starting.


Sam sitting on a couch.

Sam: I’ll be right there.


He looks through Kyle’s wallet.


Scene change: 4400 Center, exterior.


Staff is lined up in force to prevent the government from entering peacefully.


Marco holding a thick envelope.


He turns to an agent behind him.

Marco: Hey.

No response.

Marco: Okay.


Kevin exiting the front door.

Kevin: Are you Marco? 


Kevin holds out his hands to take the envelope.

Kevin: Thanks.
Marco: Don’t thank me. Hire me.


Kevin quickly exits.

Marco: I’m gonna need a job


Scene change: Richard’s apartment.


Lily to Richard as he enters; she is packing

Lily: Where have you been?
Richard: Talking to Matthew. Lily, he’s got an idea on how to handle this roundup. I think it might work.
Lily: I’m sure he’s full of clever ideas.
Richard: We will deal with what Matthew did but not now. The government is about to declare martial law on all of us. We don’t have time to squabble.
Lily: All I want to hear is that you’re done with this place for good.
Richard: It’s not that simple. We can’t just go off and hide in the woods somewhere. It’s not going to work this time.
Lily: The Center betrayed us. They betrayed our daughter.
Richard: And they learned about her, more than we did in almost a year. Lily, stop! Did you know Isabelle has connections between the right and left hemispheres of her brain that have never been seen before?
Lily: Even if that’s true, Richard, it’s not that they studied her; it’s how they did it.
Richard: Do you trust the government? Because if we go into quarantine, Isabelle will end up right here or with them. And if they find out what she can do, we’ll lose her forever.


Scene change: NTAC operations center.


Agents are gearing up to go.

Ryland: That’s it. That’s the deadline.
Tom: Where do we start?


Scene change: outside the 4400 Center.


The staff is ready for a showdown.


NTAC agents arrive.

Ryland: I want everybody to holster their pistols. My goal is to do this quietly, peacefully, and without incident.
Tom: What if they want an incident?
Ryland: Then, we’ll give them one. 


Ryland, over the radio.

Ryland: Is everybody ready?
Officer: Affirmative, sir. We’re in position.
Ryland: Let’s go. 


Ryland starts forward.

Agent: Moving in now.


Over the radio

Agent: Copy that. They’re on the move.


The staff parts.

Agent: They’re spreading out, and letting us through.


Matthew to Ryland and company

Matthew: Welcome to the Center. Did you come for the tour?
Ryland: You know damn well why we’re here.
Matthew: Out hunting, I’d guess. Well, I’m afraid you’ve come to the wrong place. You are welcome to look around, but there are no 4400s here. 


Later, Matthew to Ryland, Tom and Diana

Matthew: I have no idea where they went.


Ryland in NTAC.  

Ryland: You had a hundred and twenty 4400s taking shelter at your Center.
Matthew: That sounds about right. I don’t have an exact figure.
Ryland: You just came downstairs, and they were gone.
Matthew: Until seven o’clock this evening, they were free citizens. I had no reason to track their movements, and since I’ve broken no laws, unless you want to talk about lifting this quarantine order, we have nothing left to discuss.
Ryland: We’ll talk again.


Matthew as Ryland exits

Matthew: I suspect your job is going to get rather ugly from here on out: kicking in doors and such. If I worked at NTAC, I might spend a little less time trying to find missing 4400s and a little more trying to cure the ones I had.


Matthew exits.


Ryland to Tom and Diana


Ryland: So, tell me: have we got a list of 4400s who haven’t reported yet?
Tom: Yeah. All the sick ones we know of are in. And, as for the rest, we had about seventy-five percent compliance.
Diana: Nationwide, there’s about five hundred and twenty 4400s unaccounted for.
Ryland: Well, that’s not a few holdouts. That’s an insurgency.
Tom: So, this is it, huh? Us against them.
Diana: You know, it feels kind of like the war Jordan Collier always predicted.
Ryland: Predicted or provoked?

Tom is hotly.

Tom: We declared martial law on them.


Ryland hotly.

Ryland: We had no option! I’m gonna pursue a policy of non-aggression as long as I can. But if it come down to a choice between the safety of the American people and the welfare of the 4400, Tom!—that’s no choice at all!


Scene change: a safe house.


Richard to fellow 4400s in hiding


Richard: Collier left behind thirty-seven safe houses throughout the country. We liquidated the Center’s emergency slush fund this morning. Should last for a while. Any 4400 who contacts the Center for help will be given an E-mail address. If we’re satisfied they’re legitimate, they’ll be told where to go. Our goal is to get every 4400 who wants shelter to safety.
Lily: And then what?
Richard: Matthew will try to continue to end this peacefully. But if we have to protect our own, we’ll be ready. 


Richard is seeing Lily walk away.

Richard: Excuse me. Excuse me. Sorry. Lily.
Lily: You make a good speech, but this isn’t Korea. And, those aren’t soldiers. And, your daughter could get caught in the crossfire.


Isabelle begins to cry.

Richard: You don’t think I’m worried about her? And you, too? Lily, I’m not looking for a fight.  But right now, we don’t have another option.


Scene change: Marsden home.


Kyle walks up the front steps.


Kyle to Alison as she opens the door

Kyle: Hey. Sam said he liked comics—


Alison is angrily.

Alison: You son of a bitch! 


She slaps Kyle.

Alison: You lied to me!

Kyle: What?  Wait a minute!  It wasn’t like that.
Alison: Oh, really? Kyle Bingham? Your last name is Baldwin, and your dad works for NTAC. So, what are you: his little spy? Huh? Did you think you were going to sleep with me? I was going to tell you all about Roy? You go, and you tell you daddy that he didn’t kill anybody.
Kyle: I know that. I was just trying to help you.
Alison: Why? 


Kyle doesn’t answer.

Alison: You come off like you’re this really great guy, and all you were trying to do was use me. You’re a lying prick! 


She reenters the house.


Scene change: on a street corner.


Kevin talks to Tom and Diana.

Kevin: Okay. Okay. This thing that’s killing them: it’s not a disease. It’s a side effect.
Tom: Doctor Burkhoff, just calm down. What are you talking about?
Diana: A side effect of what?
Kevin: I don’t know exactly. But I do know this: there’s a synthetic substance present in the blood of every 4400, all the ones I tested. Every medical report you gave me: sick ones, well ones, doesn’t matter. They all have it. They even gave it a name. They call it: “promicin inhibitor”.
Tom: Promicin?  What’s promicin?
Kevin: I have no idea. And, I don’t know why anyone would want to inhibit it, either. But whatever it is, it’s gathering in their lymph nodes, compromising their immune systems—
Diana: It’s what’s making them sick.
Tom: But NTAC’s been studying the 4400 every since they got back. They should have known about this.
Kevin: They do know! It’s all in here. They know!
Tom: So, why haven’t they told anyone?
Kevin: That’s a very good question. When you find out, won’t you tell me?


Kevin removes the thick envelope from under his jacket and gives it to Tom.


Kevin leaves.


Scene change: outside of a safe house.


Lily is running away with Isabelle.


Brian waiting in a car.

Brian: Are you sure you want to do this? 


Lily gets into the car.


Scene change: NTAC, Tom and Diana’s office.


Tom: PI Dosage: it’s on memos, in every 4400 medical report.
Diana: It’s on the fifth page of every report.  It’s what Hudson had crossed out when I went to see Maia.
Tom: PI: promicin inhibitor. Alana was getting it, too, and Shawn.
Diana: Everyone was getting it. Every time they came to NTAC Medical. Every checkup. We did it to them, Tom. We made them sick.


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