Lucky: You know, I'm here on police business, and I heard they might be getting ready to spring you.
Sam: No, not yet, but I'm fine. I -- I am fine. I may actually have to spring myself.
Lucky: Well, good luck getting away on one good leg.
Sam: What, did you come to see me hobble out of here?
Lucky: No, I came here to help -- you know, create a diversion while you make a break for it, right?
Lucky: You know, if I'd have listened to you from the beginning, if I believed that you got another text message from the killer --
Sam: Lucky, stop, please stop. I gave you plenty of reasons not to trust me.
Lucky: Yeah, and none of this would've happened. I just wish there was some way that I could --
Sam: What, make it up to me? Well, I could -- I could think of a couple ways for you to make it up to me. And don't worry, I'm not going to try and scam my way back into your life. I know that you'll never forgive me for what I did to Jake, and it's okay because I will never forgive myself, either. But you can stop beating yourself up, for starters. You --
[Taps Lucky with cane]
Sam: Detective Spencer, saved my life.
Lucky: Okay, you said "for starters." What else?
Sam: Could you get me a glass of water? You know, you -- you could find out who the driver was in the hit-and-run. That would be nice. Do you have any leads on that?
Elizabeth's voice: I went to Sam's apartment to tell her that I think I'm the one who hit her.
Sam: What, is there something you're not telling me?
Sam: Thank you.
Lucky: There's -- uh -- nothing new to tell you.
Sam: So that's it? Case closed?
Lucky: We're monitoring all the body shops, seeing if anyone's turned in a vehicle with any front-fender damage.
Sam: Yeah, but if no one's turned anything in yet --
Lucky: We're still working on it.
Sam: I just -- I don't understand people like that. I come across these people all the time when we're taping "Everyday Heroes." They have information, they know something about a crime, they could report on it, but they donít. I feel like that makes you just as guilty as the person who actually did it. And you know what? I can actually relate because I did the same exact thing during the whole kidnapping thing. I just --
Sam: I don't know how these people actually look at themselves in the mirror every day.
Lucky: You know what? You concentrate on getting yourself better, and let us find the person who's responsible for this. If you plan on getting out of here today, I'll just stick around and help.
Sam: You will?
Ian: Sam's not going anywhere with you.
Lucky: She's ready to be discharged today.
Ian: Well, she's wrong. I'm her doctor, and I say she's not going anywhere with you.
Lucky: That's the second time you've said that with me.
Ian: Well, maybe because you're the one acting like a freshman at his first frat party trying to score with the hot coed who's way out of his league. What, were you planning on heavily sedating her to get her around on the hip, huh?
Lucky: What the hell is wrong with you? You're her doctor, not a keeper.
Ian: And you can take that to the designated area, sir.
Lucky: Alexis? What is it?
Alexis: Your brother collapsed. I took him to the hospital.
Lucky: Listen, I'm already here. How bad?
Alexis: He's in surgery right now, I'm just waiting.
Lucky: Okay, thanks for calling. Listen, I got to go. I'll see you later.
Sam: That was unnecessary.
Ian: Yeah, but I think part of you really enjoyed it.