Bailey: Oh, Dr. Dixon. What can I do? How can I help?
Virginia (panicky): You can observe protcol, and I was getting to that, but it was too much-- It was just too much. Too much yelling, too much touching, too much...
Bailey: Okay... then I'll leave you alone to...
Virginia: No, no. I don't need alone. I need pressure.
Virginia: I need my nervous system supressed, I need constant, deep, tight pressure across large areas of my body. ... I need you to hold me. I need you to-- (Bailey walks over to her, and hugs her awkwardly) Tight- Tightly. Tighter... You're a very tiny person. I need a bigger person, I need more...
Cristina (comes in): Should I... (sees them hugging) Oh. Wh-What can I do?
Bailey: Get over here and hug on Dr. Dixon.
Cristina: I was thinking more like a shot of thorozine...
Bailey: Get over here. (Cristina comes over and hugs the other side of Virginia awkwardly. Scene change, then back to them)
Virginia: Cows are squeezed tightly in a chute before they're slaughtered. The chute applies intense pressure, resulting in decreased pulse rate, and muscle tone.
Bailey: It calms them down.
Virginia: It calms them down. The same principles apply to people like me. A hugging machine is used to relax the sympathetic nervous system, it slows the heart. This is good, it's working.
Cristina: Oh, good. So we can stop now?
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