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Rachel: Today we shoot the famous date scene.
Warrior Angel's about to stand me up.
lt's heart-breaking.

Clark: ln his defense, Clark takes his side?
l'm sure he has a good excuse.

Rachel: Anyway, um l just wanted to thank you,
personally. That was really brave what you did.
Clark: l'm surprised you're not in the hospital.

Rachel: God, no. l got my start on a medical drama.

She made her Hollywood break-through on a medical TV show?
Two seasons of bad memories.
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MadhulkClark: ln his defense, Clark takes his side?
l'm sure he has a good excuse.
In a manner of speaking. This expression is used most often (but not always by any means) by someone who isn't necessarily an ally but who feels constrained to cite any exculpatory evidence that may apply.
MadhulkRachel: God, no. l got my start on a medical drama.
She made her Hollywood break-through on a medical TV show?
Two seasons of bad memories.
Yes.
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Thanks, Ray!