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|Monday, December 10th Daily Discussion|
|Topic Started: Dec 7 2012, 02:37 PM (9,410 Views)|
|Will&Sonny||Dec 11 2012, 07:53 PM Post #161|
Yeah -- the exact quote (from Maggie) was, "[...]we store all the emergency medical supplies for the lake islands out there [at the Horton cabin]. They need to be updated, um...expired medications replaced -- you know, things like that."
Which makes sense, I suppose, since they're treating the lake islands as secluded places that a person can become trapped on for at least four hours (per this episode, where Nicole and Daniel mention that the ferry is on a four-hour schedule) and, at most, overnight (per the episode where John and Kristen got trapped at the cabin overnight, as well as the episode leading into that situation, where Marlena had to wait until the following day to join John at the cabin because she had missed the last ferry of the evening).
No word yet on whether the ferry runs on weekends.
|Lil||Dec 12 2012, 09:27 AM Post #162|
||LOL Oh well...I still like the idea of antibiotics being in the fridge at all times. With Dr. Perv around, especially.|
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