While You Were Sleeping

Lucy Eleanor Moderatz works for the Chicago Transit Authority in the ticket booth for the el. Her mother died when she was little and her father passed away a couple of years ago. There's a man who comes to her booth at about 8:30 every day and in her opinion, he's perfect and one day, she dreams of marrying him. The only problem is that she doesn't know his name and has never spoken to him. This is about to change though.It's almost Christmas and because she has no family, she has to work on Christmas Day.

Mr Charming (aka Peter Callaghan) comes to the station and promptly gets pushed onto the tracks by a couple of kids and is knocked unconscious. Lucy runs out to rescue him, jumping onto the tracks and pulling him out of the way of an oncoming express train.At the hospital, she's not allowed to see him and when she quietly sighs that she was going to marry him, she is overheard by a nurse who takes her up to the Intensive Treatment Unit. When Peter's family arrives, Lucy is mistakenly introduced as his fiance.


Continuity mistake: When Lucy and Jack are walking along the river, a long shot shows them approaching a lamppost with a kissing couple. In the next shot, they pass the lamppost but there is no one there. They finally pass the couple at the next lamppost. (00:46:55)

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Suggested correction: The couple is there. They are walking one lamppost before the couple in the long shot, and they are walking very slowly. In the close-up, it shows them just passing the lamppost before the couple. When they do pass the next lamppost, the couple is there as they were in the long shot.

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Saul: Did you know I'm Peter's godfather?
Lucy: Really? I thought you had to be catholic for that.
Saul: Ox fudged it over. He donated 50 folding chairs to Father O'Shea's bingo night.

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