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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:32,028 --> 00:00:34,333 - I was late! - It's okay, sweetie. It's not your fault. 2 00:00:34,364 --> 00:00:36,197 I just wanted to play one more game at Gary's. 3 00:00:36,199 --> 00:00:38,533 Well, you did great. You called 911 right away. 4 00:00:38,535 --> 00:00:40,301 - He looked dead. - Daddy's not dead. 5 00:00:40,303 --> 00:00:41,769 He's gonna be okay, right? 6 00:00:41,771 --> 00:00:43,504 - He had a stroke. - That's not possible! 7 00:00:43,506 --> 00:00:45,506 Well, the CT confirmed a ruptured aneurysm. 8 00:00:45,508 --> 00:00:46,908 We have to operate to clip the bleeding 9 00:00:46,910 --> 00:00:48,276 and reduce intracranial pressure. 10 00:00:48,278 --> 00:00:49,811 No, he had a stroke six years ago. 11 00:00:49,813 --> 00:00:51,717 They put him on diltiazem. 12 00:00:52,076 --> 00:00:53,576 We're gonna take good care of your dad. 13 00:00:56,547 --> 00:00:59,949 Naja Modi... 28 years old, suffered a burn to her left hand 14 00:00:59,951 --> 00:01:01,918 as a result of a cooking accident. 15 00:01:01,920 --> 00:01:05,254 Are Jared and I being punished? 16 00:01:06,890 --> 00:01:10,259 This is not a very interesting case, is it? 17 00:01:10,261 --> 00:01:11,694 Lesson one... 18 00:01:11,696 --> 00:01:13,663 Don't suggest to the the head of surgery 19 00:01:13,665 --> 00:01:15,398 that working with the head of surgery 20 00:01:15,400 --> 00:01:16,799 is form of punishment. 21 00:01:16,801 --> 00:01:20,770 Dr. Melendez is very unhappy with Jared 22 00:01:20,772 --> 00:01:22,805 for how he got his job back. 23 00:01:22,807 --> 00:01:25,875 And Dr. Melendez is unhappy with me for t-taking... 24 00:01:25,877 --> 00:01:27,576 taking two days off. 25 00:01:27,578 --> 00:01:31,013 I don't think he wants to talk about this, Shaun. 26 00:01:34,752 --> 00:01:36,218 I was an idiot. 27 00:01:36,220 --> 00:01:38,621 It's on the stove. Of course it's hot, right? 28 00:01:38,623 --> 00:01:41,123 You wouldn't believe how often we see these types of accidents. 29 00:01:41,125 --> 00:01:42,892 Well, there are a lot of idiots. 30 00:01:42,894 --> 00:01:45,161 Okay, what do we need to do here, Murphy? 31 00:01:45,163 --> 00:01:47,663 A superficial partial-thickness burn 32 00:01:47,665 --> 00:01:49,231 should be managed conservatively. 33 00:01:49,233 --> 00:01:51,267 Cleanse the area, debride with soft gauze, 34 00:01:51,269 --> 00:01:53,703 and then cover with an antimicrobial 35 00:01:53,705 --> 00:01:54,870 petroleum dressing. 36 00:01:54,872 --> 00:01:56,038 All of which means, 37 00:01:56,040 --> 00:01:58,541 this should heal with minimal scarring. 38 00:01:59,911 --> 00:02:01,978 Naja, are you having chest pain? 39 00:02:01,980 --> 00:02:03,679 I think I'm having a heart attack. 40 00:02:03,681 --> 00:02:04,947 It's hard to breathe. 41 00:02:04,949 --> 00:02:07,450 Just relax if you can. 42 00:02:07,452 --> 00:02:09,218 Put her on oxygen, a 12 lead EKG, 43 00:02:09,220 --> 00:02:10,653 and order a portable chest X-ray. 44 00:02:10,655 --> 00:02:14,156 - Murphy, let's move. Come on. - Her vitals are stable. 45 00:02:16,427 --> 00:02:17,727 What the hell is going on here? 46 00:02:17,729 --> 00:02:19,695 I don't know. 47 00:02:19,697 --> 00:02:22,285 But it is interesting. 48 00:02:22,348 --> 00:02:27,362 Synced & corrected by kinglouisxx www.addic7ed.com 49 00:02:35,145 --> 00:02:37,246 We've got a subarachnoid hemorrhage. Suction. 50 00:02:37,248 --> 00:02:39,482 I need to isolate the aneurysm. 51 00:02:39,484 --> 00:02:41,684 Poor kid. 52 00:02:41,686 --> 00:02:44,153 Imagine finding your dad like that. 53 00:02:44,155 --> 00:02:46,489 Well, that's exactly how I want to die. 54 00:02:48,292 --> 00:02:49,392 If the dad doesn't make it, 55 00:02:49,394 --> 00:02:51,293 the kid will always remember that moment... 56 00:02:51,295 --> 00:02:52,561 be traumatized by it. 57 00:02:52,563 --> 00:02:54,063 Because he loves him. 58 00:02:54,065 --> 00:02:56,599 The idea of dying without anybody getting hurt... 59 00:02:56,601 --> 00:02:59,201 There's nothing sadder than an empty waiting room. 60 00:03:02,072 --> 00:03:04,206 Okay, what do you see? 61 00:03:04,208 --> 00:03:06,809 A bulge on the anterior communicating artery. 62 00:03:06,811 --> 00:03:08,611 Yeah, the ruptured aneurysm is compromising 63 00:03:08,613 --> 00:03:10,079 blood flow to the frontal lobe. 64 00:03:10,081 --> 00:03:12,248 Prep an 11 millimeter standard clip. 65 00:03:12,250 --> 00:03:13,916 Are you married? 66 00:03:13,918 --> 00:03:15,351 Not anymore. 67 00:03:15,353 --> 00:03:17,987 Turns out he had even worse judgment than I did. 68 00:03:17,989 --> 00:03:20,289 Oh, speaking of creeps, you hear Coyle got transferred? 69 00:03:20,291 --> 00:03:22,658 I'm so glad they shut him down. 70 00:03:22,660 --> 00:03:24,894 Well, yeah, I guess. 71 00:03:24,896 --> 00:03:27,696 Just wish they'd spent the money on a Pediatric Trauma Pod. 72 00:03:29,967 --> 00:03:33,302 They gave him a raise. 73 00:03:33,304 --> 00:03:35,738 Clip. 74 00:03:35,740 --> 00:03:37,540 The EKG confirmed 75 00:03:37,542 --> 00:03:39,208 you weren't having a heart attack. 76 00:03:39,210 --> 00:03:41,110 I-I wasn't faking. 77 00:03:41,112 --> 00:03:43,379 - I wouldn't do that. - We know. 78 00:03:43,381 --> 00:03:44,513 The imaging also confirmed 79 00:03:44,515 --> 00:03:46,248 that you have considerable lung inflammation. 80 00:03:46,250 --> 00:03:47,716 Is it possible you inhaled smoke? 81 00:03:47,718 --> 00:03:49,251 I guess I must have. 82 00:03:49,253 --> 00:03:51,620 There was a minor grease fire. 83 00:03:51,622 --> 00:03:54,423 - What happens now? - You need a bronchoscopy. 84 00:03:54,425 --> 00:03:56,559 We put a camera down your throat to see how much damage there is 85 00:03:56,561 --> 00:03:58,260 and what we need to do to repair it. 86 00:03:58,262 --> 00:04:00,196 But don't worry. You'll be sedated. 87 00:04:00,198 --> 00:04:01,330 Please don't. 88 00:04:01,332 --> 00:04:02,765 Oh, I'm... I'm sorry. 89 00:04:02,767 --> 00:04:04,333 The test is absolutely necessary. 90 00:04:04,335 --> 00:04:05,601 The test is fine. 91 00:04:05,603 --> 00:04:06,836 But, um... 92 00:04:06,838 --> 00:04:09,505 please don't touch me, except for medical purposes. 93 00:04:09,507 --> 00:04:11,173 Yeah, of course. 94 00:04:16,280 --> 00:04:20,282 That does not make sense. 95 00:04:20,284 --> 00:04:22,251 A number of religions have rules about touching. 96 00:04:22,253 --> 00:04:23,452 I don't quite get it, but... 97 00:04:23,454 --> 00:04:24,620 That makes sense. 98 00:04:24,622 --> 00:04:26,122 People shouldn't touch people 99 00:04:26,124 --> 00:04:27,823 unless there's a very good reason. 100 00:04:27,825 --> 00:04:29,859 Okay, then... 101 00:04:29,861 --> 00:04:31,894 what doesn't make sense? 102 00:04:31,896 --> 00:04:34,363 The grease fire. 103 00:04:34,365 --> 00:04:36,165 The grease fire explains the whole thing... 104 00:04:36,167 --> 00:04:37,633 the burn, the smoke. 105 00:04:37,635 --> 00:04:41,070 She told us she forgot the stove was hot. 106 00:04:41,072 --> 00:04:42,805 How can you forget something's hot 107 00:04:42,807 --> 00:04:44,240 when it is on fire? 108 00:04:44,242 --> 00:04:45,574 Shaun, 109 00:04:45,576 --> 00:04:46,942 I'm sure we would have heard more of the story 110 00:04:46,944 --> 00:04:50,513 if she hadn't suddenly thought she was having a heart attack. 111 00:04:54,886 --> 00:04:56,919 Why didn't you fire him? 112 00:04:56,921 --> 00:04:58,521 Because his story was different than yours. 113 00:04:58,523 --> 00:05:01,323 And you believe his story? 114 00:05:01,325 --> 00:05:03,058 I believe your story. 115 00:05:03,060 --> 00:05:04,894 But you can't prove it. 116 00:05:04,896 --> 00:05:06,629 And we simply can't make a policy 117 00:05:06,631 --> 00:05:08,964 of believing every woman who files a complaint 118 00:05:08,966 --> 00:05:10,065 against every man. 119 00:05:12,036 --> 00:05:14,970 After a few thousand years of doing the opposite, 120 00:05:14,972 --> 00:05:16,672 it wouldn't kill us to overcorrect. 121 00:05:16,674 --> 00:05:18,374 And the fact that your boyfriend assaulted him 122 00:05:18,376 --> 00:05:20,442 took away any leverage I had. 123 00:05:20,444 --> 00:05:21,777 I did what I could. 124 00:05:21,779 --> 00:05:23,946 I got him to take a position 125 00:05:23,948 --> 00:05:26,749 where he has very little contact with staff, with patients... 126 00:05:26,751 --> 00:05:27,816 outreach chair. 127 00:05:27,818 --> 00:05:29,652 And it's a lousy assignment. 128 00:05:29,654 --> 00:05:31,520 Sooner or later, he's gonna quit. 129 00:05:31,522 --> 00:05:33,856 And get a job somewhere else. 130 00:05:33,858 --> 00:05:37,560 If you have any better ideas... 131 00:05:37,562 --> 00:05:40,196 I look forward to hearing them. 132 00:05:51,642 --> 00:05:54,710 You're very lucky. 133 00:05:54,712 --> 00:05:57,479 The aneurysm was in a small communicating artery. 134 00:05:57,481 --> 00:05:58,914 We were able to restore blood flow 135 00:05:58,916 --> 00:06:00,316 to the impacted brain areas. 136 00:06:00,318 --> 00:06:01,450 He's gonna be okay. 137 00:06:01,452 --> 00:06:02,785 Thank God. 138 00:06:07,525 --> 00:06:10,459 Is this what life is gonna be like from now on? 139 00:06:10,461 --> 00:06:13,429 A-Are these things just going to keep happening? 140 00:06:13,431 --> 00:06:15,464 We're gonna keep him here for a few days, 141 00:06:15,466 --> 00:06:16,732 do some follow-up testing, 142 00:06:16,734 --> 00:06:19,435 make some adjustments to his medications. 143 00:06:19,437 --> 00:06:22,037 Hopefully, we'll find out why this happened. 144 00:06:24,709 --> 00:06:26,108 I have to go. 145 00:06:27,945 --> 00:06:29,778 Another one? 146 00:06:29,780 --> 00:06:32,448 Post-operative imaging showed a 26-millimeter aneurysm 147 00:06:32,450 --> 00:06:33,682 in the basilar artery. 148 00:06:33,684 --> 00:06:34,950 That size and location, 149 00:06:34,952 --> 00:06:36,552 we're looking at a high risk of rupture. 150 00:06:36,554 --> 00:06:38,087 He must have a genetic predisposition... 151 00:06:38,089 --> 00:06:40,422 maybe a connective tissue disease? 152 00:06:40,424 --> 00:06:43,792 All academic till we repair it. 153 00:06:43,794 --> 00:06:44,927 Through the pharynx 154 00:06:44,929 --> 00:06:47,296 and over to Grandmother's house we go. 155 00:06:47,298 --> 00:06:50,760 There's the epiglottis and the vocal cords. 156 00:06:51,469 --> 00:06:53,836 I know you're not happy that I sued the hospital. 157 00:06:53,838 --> 00:06:55,371 But I'm not gonna apologize for that. 158 00:06:55,373 --> 00:06:57,473 That makes it simple. 159 00:06:57,475 --> 00:06:59,508 I did it because I want to be here. 160 00:06:59,510 --> 00:07:01,043 I believe I can learn a lot from you, 161 00:07:01,045 --> 00:07:03,212 even from your doghouse. 162 00:07:03,214 --> 00:07:04,680 I just hope you give me a chance, sir. 163 00:07:05,716 --> 00:07:08,083 There's the carina. 164 00:07:08,085 --> 00:07:10,552 Gonna pass into the mainstem bronchus of the left lung. 165 00:07:10,554 --> 00:07:14,156 Is breaking up with your fianc´┐Że traumatic? 166 00:07:17,395 --> 00:07:19,428 When I saw a woman get shot, 167 00:07:19,430 --> 00:07:21,096 everyone told me it was traumatic 168 00:07:21,098 --> 00:07:23,198 and that I should be going home. 169 00:07:23,200 --> 00:07:26,402 Should you be going home? 170 00:07:26,404 --> 00:07:28,437 Give me a mucosal brush for a cellular sample. 171 00:07:28,439 --> 00:07:29,505 Loading it now. 172 00:07:29,507 --> 00:07:31,640 How long does it take to get over a breakup 173 00:07:31,642 --> 00:07:33,175 with the woman you love? 174 00:07:35,045 --> 00:07:36,745 I'm seeing a lot of inflammation, 175 00:07:36,747 --> 00:07:38,147 but no smoke damage. 176 00:07:38,149 --> 00:07:39,948 That makes se-sense. 177 00:07:39,950 --> 00:07:41,884 I thought we were doing this because she inhaled smoke. 178 00:07:41,886 --> 00:07:44,053 She said she inhaled smoke. 179 00:07:44,055 --> 00:07:45,821 I didn't believe her. 180 00:07:45,823 --> 00:07:47,156 Whatever the cause, the inflammation 181 00:07:47,158 --> 00:07:48,290 and the damage are real. 182 00:07:48,292 --> 00:07:50,459 Let's get a mucosal biopsy. 183 00:07:50,461 --> 00:07:53,128 I move down here, we... 184 00:07:53,130 --> 00:07:54,663 The scope breached her bronchial wall. 185 00:07:54,665 --> 00:07:55,898 She's hemorrhaging. 186 00:07:55,900 --> 00:07:58,033 - This is bad. - Prep the O.R.! 187 00:07:58,035 --> 00:08:00,740 Type and cross two units of blood. We've gotta move! 188 00:08:02,338 --> 00:08:03,471 We know there was a burn. 189 00:08:03,607 --> 00:08:06,074 Was it something related to the grease fire, 190 00:08:06,144 --> 00:08:07,911 or separate coincidental injury? 191 00:08:12,050 --> 00:08:13,661 You don't have a theory, 192 00:08:13,724 --> 00:08:16,025 or are you refusing to talk to Jared? 193 00:08:16,027 --> 00:08:17,459 I didn't answer because it doesn't matter 194 00:08:17,461 --> 00:08:18,861 until we can repair this puncture 195 00:08:18,863 --> 00:08:21,764 before bacteria passes through and spreads an infection. 196 00:08:21,766 --> 00:08:22,831 That's true. 197 00:08:22,833 --> 00:08:24,033 Cut this suture. 198 00:08:24,035 --> 00:08:26,301 Let's approximate the edges with forceps. 199 00:08:26,303 --> 00:08:29,905 Are you and Jared even now? 200 00:08:29,943 --> 00:08:32,274 He made a mistake. So did you. 201 00:08:32,276 --> 00:08:33,976 Exactly what mistake did I make? 202 00:08:33,978 --> 00:08:36,345 This breach was your fault. 203 00:08:37,882 --> 00:08:40,916 Is that traumatic? 204 00:08:46,956 --> 00:08:49,425 I had breakfast by myself. 205 00:08:49,427 --> 00:08:50,793 Where were you? 206 00:08:50,795 --> 00:08:53,295 I'm sorry. Were we supposed to have breakfast this morning? 207 00:08:53,297 --> 00:08:54,596 I had an early consult. 208 00:08:54,598 --> 00:08:58,400 Yes, we always have breakfast on Mondays. 209 00:08:58,402 --> 00:09:00,903 - We do? - Every Monday. 210 00:09:00,905 --> 00:09:02,304 Every Monday. 211 00:09:02,306 --> 00:09:03,972 Thank you. 212 00:09:03,974 --> 00:09:07,876 Well, I guess our streak has been broken then, huh? 213 00:09:07,878 --> 00:09:10,379 If someone punctures the bronchus 214 00:09:10,381 --> 00:09:13,916 during a routine bronchoscopy, that's a mistake, right? 215 00:09:13,918 --> 00:09:16,685 Well, I can't imagine how it wouldn't be. 216 00:09:16,687 --> 00:09:18,187 Why? What did you do, Shaun? 217 00:09:18,189 --> 00:09:21,857 I'm wondering if I need to report Dr. Melendez. 218 00:09:21,859 --> 00:09:23,692 Dr. Melendez did that? 219 00:09:23,694 --> 00:09:25,761 The protocol is very clear. 220 00:09:25,763 --> 00:09:28,664 I need to report it. 221 00:09:28,666 --> 00:09:32,167 But I've seen how Jared is being treated. 222 00:09:32,169 --> 00:09:35,904 Will Dr. Melendez treat me badly if I report this? 223 00:09:37,440 --> 00:09:38,774 He shouldn't, obviously. 224 00:09:38,776 --> 00:09:42,244 But human nature being what... 225 00:09:42,246 --> 00:09:44,179 Human nature? 226 00:09:46,182 --> 00:09:47,249 Shaun, you know what? 227 00:09:47,251 --> 00:09:50,319 You should make this decision for yourself. 228 00:09:53,924 --> 00:09:55,812 In fact... In fact... 229 00:09:55,837 --> 00:09:57,736 you should to make all your decisions yourself 230 00:09:57,761 --> 00:09:59,728 from here on in. 231 00:09:59,730 --> 00:10:02,831 That's what we agreed on, right? 232 00:10:08,706 --> 00:10:09,771 Have you considered 233 00:10:09,773 --> 00:10:11,240 an endovascular embolization procedure? 234 00:10:11,242 --> 00:10:12,307 I have. 235 00:10:12,309 --> 00:10:13,408 It's a little less risky, 236 00:10:13,410 --> 00:10:14,610 but I haven't done as many, 237 00:10:14,612 --> 00:10:16,745 so I'm not sure which way we're better off. 238 00:10:16,747 --> 00:10:18,213 You want me to check the roster... 239 00:10:18,215 --> 00:10:20,449 see if there's somebody available with more experience? 240 00:10:20,451 --> 00:10:24,119 I would like to assist, but yes. 241 00:10:24,121 --> 00:10:25,921 Okay, here we go. 242 00:10:27,757 --> 00:10:28,991 No, he's not available. 243 00:10:28,993 --> 00:10:30,425 So make him available. 244 00:10:30,427 --> 00:10:32,060 I got a husband and father 245 00:10:32,062 --> 00:10:34,429 who presented with two aneurysms in the last 12 hours. 246 00:10:34,431 --> 00:10:36,165 I'd rather not. 247 00:10:36,167 --> 00:10:39,601 This particular surgeon was recently... 248 00:10:39,603 --> 00:10:41,637 transferred. 249 00:10:45,709 --> 00:10:47,609 Not a chance. 250 00:10:47,611 --> 00:10:51,213 Coyle is the best available surgeon for the job. 251 00:10:51,215 --> 00:10:53,315 Coyle should've been fired, and if he'd been fired, 252 00:10:53,317 --> 00:10:54,449 he wouldn't be available. 253 00:10:54,451 --> 00:10:55,584 And if he wasn't available, 254 00:10:55,586 --> 00:10:58,253 you would be the best person for the job. 255 00:10:58,255 --> 00:11:00,489 Our ultimate duty is to the patient. 256 00:11:02,927 --> 00:11:05,494 No, it's not. 257 00:11:05,496 --> 00:11:08,114 - You agree he should have been fired. - Of course. 258 00:11:08,139 --> 00:11:09,865 Even if he was the best doctor in this hospital, 259 00:11:09,867 --> 00:11:11,400 he should have been fired, right? 260 00:11:11,402 --> 00:11:12,968 Yes. 261 00:11:12,970 --> 00:11:14,736 So some things have to matter more 262 00:11:14,738 --> 00:11:17,239 than who is the most skilled. 263 00:11:17,241 --> 00:11:19,875 If we forgive Coyle just because he's good at something, 264 00:11:19,877 --> 00:11:22,678 what does he do next? 265 00:11:22,680 --> 00:11:25,047 Either he matters or we matter. 266 00:11:34,224 --> 00:11:37,726 Were you upset during the procedure? 267 00:11:37,728 --> 00:11:40,529 Did Murphy tell you that I was "traumatized"? 268 00:11:40,531 --> 00:11:42,264 You think that I might have almost killed a person 269 00:11:42,266 --> 00:11:43,632 because you dumped me? 270 00:11:43,634 --> 00:11:45,867 The fact that you're describing it as "me dumping you" 271 00:11:45,869 --> 00:11:48,470 suggests that you are upset. 272 00:11:48,472 --> 00:11:51,306 Look, I'm fine. You're fine. 273 00:11:51,308 --> 00:11:52,641 Nobody's upset. 274 00:11:52,643 --> 00:11:54,576 Great. 275 00:11:54,578 --> 00:11:55,844 But you do understand 276 00:11:55,846 --> 00:11:57,980 that I have to ask you these questions, 277 00:11:57,982 --> 00:11:59,548 that I need a statement from you. 278 00:11:59,550 --> 00:12:01,350 Yes. 279 00:12:01,352 --> 00:12:03,151 Here's my statement... 280 00:12:03,153 --> 00:12:04,653 "I wasn't distracted. 281 00:12:04,655 --> 00:12:06,021 I didn't screw up." 282 00:12:06,023 --> 00:12:07,256 You get all that? 283 00:12:17,801 --> 00:12:19,568 Your bronchus was punctured during the procedure, 284 00:12:19,570 --> 00:12:20,636 but it's been repaired. 285 00:12:20,638 --> 00:12:23,338 How? How could that happen? 286 00:12:23,340 --> 00:12:24,740 Why did you lie? 287 00:12:24,742 --> 00:12:26,608 You said that you inhaled smoke, 288 00:12:26,610 --> 00:12:28,977 but there was no evidence of smoke. 289 00:12:28,979 --> 00:12:31,179 So, what do you gain by lying to your doctors? 290 00:12:31,181 --> 00:12:32,381 I wasn't lying. 291 00:12:32,383 --> 00:12:34,016 I was just... 292 00:12:34,018 --> 00:12:35,817 confused, I guess. 293 00:12:35,819 --> 00:12:37,152 I was in a lot of pain, 294 00:12:37,154 --> 00:12:39,388 and it was all happening so fast. 295 00:12:40,691 --> 00:12:41,957 My stomach! 296 00:12:41,959 --> 00:12:43,859 Naja, what are you feeling? 297 00:12:43,861 --> 00:12:46,294 It's really sore and... I feel like I'm going to... 298 00:12:47,464 --> 00:12:49,464 Can we get some help over here?! 299 00:12:49,466 --> 00:12:51,950 Four milligrams of ondansetron. 300 00:12:52,919 --> 00:12:55,137 Airway inflammation, abdominal pain, nausea. 301 00:12:55,139 --> 00:12:57,439 We need a full blood panel and abdominal ultrasound. 302 00:13:00,311 --> 00:13:03,812 The procedure will seal off the aneurysm, 303 00:13:03,814 --> 00:13:07,683 but there will almost certainly be some brain damage... 304 00:13:07,685 --> 00:13:11,119 anything from mild visual or speech disturbances 305 00:13:11,121 --> 00:13:14,990 to significant paralysis. 306 00:13:14,992 --> 00:13:18,093 But without the surgery, he'll die. 307 00:13:27,304 --> 00:13:31,340 No. I-I won't consent to the operation. 308 00:13:31,342 --> 00:13:34,743 There really isn't a lot of choice here. 309 00:13:34,745 --> 00:13:35,944 Without the operation... 310 00:13:35,946 --> 00:13:39,081 After his first stroke, it... 311 00:13:39,083 --> 00:13:42,751 it took him so long to recover. 312 00:13:42,753 --> 00:13:47,789 It was frustrating and painful for him. 313 00:13:47,791 --> 00:13:49,624 But he did recover. 314 00:13:53,797 --> 00:13:58,013 He made it clear he'd never want to live compromised. 315 00:14:01,038 --> 00:14:02,738 Excuse me. 316 00:14:11,027 --> 00:14:14,129 Thank you for having breakfast with me. 317 00:14:14,131 --> 00:14:15,798 My pleasure. 318 00:14:16,120 --> 00:14:18,654 People lie a lot, don't they? 319 00:14:18,738 --> 00:14:20,480 No, I-I meant it, Shaun. 320 00:14:20,511 --> 00:14:21,538 I'm happy to spend time with you. 321 00:14:21,540 --> 00:14:24,608 There are seven reasons that I've thought of. 322 00:14:24,610 --> 00:14:27,213 There may even be more. 323 00:14:28,330 --> 00:14:30,869 Do people ever lie without a reason? 324 00:14:30,901 --> 00:14:32,134 No. 325 00:14:37,807 --> 00:14:40,326 Reason number six. I think you just lied. 326 00:14:40,351 --> 00:14:41,910 I think you just lied to avoid something. 327 00:14:41,912 --> 00:14:43,778 You don't like this conversation. 328 00:14:43,780 --> 00:14:46,314 Shaun, n... Shaun, I'm sorry. 329 00:14:46,316 --> 00:14:49,084 I'm just... just a little distracted. 330 00:14:49,086 --> 00:14:50,500 My aneurysm patient... 331 00:14:50,525 --> 00:14:52,587 We're treating him with blood-pressure meds 332 00:14:52,589 --> 00:14:54,039 to try and avoid a rupture. 333 00:14:54,064 --> 00:14:57,325 You should do an endovascular embolization. 334 00:14:57,327 --> 00:14:58,660 He doesn't want one. 335 00:14:58,662 --> 00:15:00,168 It could leave him with brain damage. 336 00:15:00,193 --> 00:15:03,698 - I thought he was unconscious. - Yeah, he is. 337 00:15:03,700 --> 00:15:06,067 His wife knows what he wants. 338 00:15:06,937 --> 00:15:09,235 It's amazing. I just... 339 00:15:09,259 --> 00:15:11,517 I don't think I'd be able to do that. 340 00:15:11,519 --> 00:15:14,594 She's sacrificing her happiness, her future, 341 00:15:14,619 --> 00:15:16,900 - just because she knows... - She's lying. 342 00:15:16,998 --> 00:15:18,197 She's lying. 343 00:15:18,232 --> 00:15:21,767 It could be either reason number four or... 344 00:15:21,769 --> 00:15:23,469 No, she's not lying, Shaun. She loves him. 345 00:15:23,471 --> 00:15:24,537 She doesn't love him. 346 00:15:24,539 --> 00:15:26,005 You haven't even met her! 347 00:15:26,007 --> 00:15:28,274 You haven't seen what she's like with him, with their son. 348 00:15:28,276 --> 00:15:29,742 I'm not good at reading people. 349 00:15:29,744 --> 00:15:32,411 - Well, I am, and... - I think people-reading 350 00:15:32,413 --> 00:15:35,014 embraces personal biases. 351 00:15:35,016 --> 00:15:38,851 I think we should try to avoid biases. 352 00:15:38,853 --> 00:15:41,420 Knowledge of human behavior 353 00:15:41,422 --> 00:15:44,724 can help us make informed, intuitive decisions. 354 00:15:44,726 --> 00:15:46,759 Mm, my way is better. 355 00:15:46,761 --> 00:15:50,162 It's based on actions. She's lying. 356 00:15:50,164 --> 00:15:51,330 All right. 357 00:15:51,332 --> 00:15:53,499 If you love someone, 358 00:15:53,501 --> 00:15:57,803 you'll do anything to prevent their death. 359 00:16:03,644 --> 00:16:05,644 This... situation... 360 00:16:05,646 --> 00:16:09,014 There seems to be a conflict of interest. 361 00:16:09,016 --> 00:16:11,751 So I would like to bring in someone else from legal 362 00:16:11,753 --> 00:16:13,452 to handle it. 363 00:16:13,454 --> 00:16:15,521 Yeah, I agree. 364 00:16:15,523 --> 00:16:18,157 You're an excellent lawyer, but... 365 00:16:18,159 --> 00:16:20,493 But what? 366 00:16:20,495 --> 00:16:22,061 Do you think this is my problem? 367 00:16:22,063 --> 00:16:23,562 It's understandable. 368 00:16:23,564 --> 00:16:25,064 48 hours ago, we were engaged. 369 00:16:25,066 --> 00:16:26,499 And now, suddenly, 370 00:16:26,501 --> 00:16:27,900 you're supposed to be investigating me? 371 00:16:27,902 --> 00:16:29,568 Yes. 372 00:16:29,570 --> 00:16:30,803 And doing crazy things, 373 00:16:30,805 --> 00:16:33,038 like expecting you to give me complete answers 374 00:16:33,040 --> 00:16:34,273 to appropriate questions. 375 00:16:34,275 --> 00:16:36,809 You were trusting Murphy's judgment over mine. 376 00:16:36,811 --> 00:16:39,178 His judgment about my demeanor. 377 00:16:39,180 --> 00:16:40,913 Seriously? 378 00:16:40,915 --> 00:16:43,115 I asked you a question. 379 00:16:43,117 --> 00:16:44,183 You wanted me to screw up. 380 00:16:44,185 --> 00:16:45,584 You did screw up. 381 00:16:45,586 --> 00:16:46,552 So what? 382 00:16:46,554 --> 00:16:50,122 So we just deal with it. 383 00:16:50,124 --> 00:16:52,658 But if you can't even admit that you're not always perfect, 384 00:16:52,660 --> 00:16:54,827 - then I... - I am not perfect! 385 00:16:57,532 --> 00:16:59,932 Clearly, I have made mistakes in my life. 386 00:17:01,569 --> 00:17:03,135 But not this time. 387 00:17:03,137 --> 00:17:06,539 That punctured bronchus was not my fault. 388 00:17:24,192 --> 00:17:27,593 The nurse says his vital signs are stable. 389 00:17:27,595 --> 00:17:28,761 No change. 390 00:17:28,763 --> 00:17:30,262 That's good. 391 00:17:34,000 --> 00:17:35,634 It's... 392 00:17:35,636 --> 00:17:39,071 such a great sacrifice 393 00:17:39,073 --> 00:17:43,275 to respect his wishes enough to let him go. 394 00:17:43,277 --> 00:17:45,744 You must love your husband very much. 395 00:17:57,324 --> 00:18:00,426 But... 396 00:18:00,428 --> 00:18:03,496 there could be another explanation. 397 00:18:03,498 --> 00:18:08,000 Either you love him enough to let him die... 398 00:18:08,002 --> 00:18:12,271 or you hate him enough to let him die. 399 00:18:12,273 --> 00:18:16,175 You don't know what you're talking about. 400 00:18:16,177 --> 00:18:20,980 There's a doctor here who harassed me. 401 00:18:20,982 --> 00:18:23,916 He made me feel vulnerable, worthless... 402 00:18:23,918 --> 00:18:28,287 neither of which I am. 403 00:18:28,289 --> 00:18:32,224 But he never hurt me. 404 00:18:32,226 --> 00:18:37,129 I can't imagine how I would feel if he did, 405 00:18:37,131 --> 00:18:39,899 what I would do, 406 00:18:39,901 --> 00:18:42,601 what I would want to do to him. 407 00:18:45,940 --> 00:18:47,773 What did your husband do to you? 408 00:18:50,778 --> 00:18:53,579 He's a good father. 409 00:18:53,581 --> 00:18:55,748 No, he's not. 410 00:18:55,750 --> 00:18:58,284 A good father doesn't hurt a mother. 411 00:18:58,286 --> 00:18:59,752 Payton loves him. 412 00:18:59,754 --> 00:19:00,819 All the more reason... 413 00:19:00,821 --> 00:19:02,121 No. 414 00:19:02,123 --> 00:19:04,995 Payton doesn't know anything. He never can. 415 00:19:05,192 --> 00:19:08,260 I know you're afraid he'll come after you, 416 00:19:08,262 --> 00:19:11,297 but there are people who can help. 417 00:19:23,344 --> 00:19:25,844 Payton is better off with the memory of a loving father 418 00:19:25,846 --> 00:19:27,379 than the truth. 419 00:19:33,520 --> 00:19:36,655 Let him die. 420 00:19:44,198 --> 00:19:48,567 Methanol is causing her abdominal pain. 421 00:19:48,569 --> 00:19:50,202 She drank wood alcohol? 422 00:19:50,204 --> 00:19:51,470 People drink whatever they can drink. 423 00:19:51,472 --> 00:19:53,439 Well, she's Muslim... Wouldn't let me touch her. 424 00:19:53,441 --> 00:19:55,541 Religious people aren't immune to hypocrisy. 425 00:19:55,543 --> 00:19:59,878 There are other ways to explain the presence of methanol. 426 00:19:59,880 --> 00:20:01,780 It's also produced by the liver 427 00:20:01,782 --> 00:20:04,350 when the body is exposed to certain caustic chemicals. 428 00:20:04,352 --> 00:20:07,553 If inhaled, caustic chemicals could also inflame the lungs. 429 00:20:07,555 --> 00:20:09,488 And caustic chemicals also burn, 430 00:20:09,490 --> 00:20:11,223 so it would explain all her symptoms. 431 00:20:11,225 --> 00:20:12,324 Do you happen to have a list 432 00:20:12,326 --> 00:20:13,959 of which caustic chemicals do all that? 433 00:20:13,961 --> 00:20:16,428 Dimethyl sulfate... 434 00:20:16,430 --> 00:20:18,864 It's used in the pharmaceutical industry. 435 00:20:18,866 --> 00:20:20,633 - She's a school teacher. - It's also used 436 00:20:20,635 --> 00:20:22,968 in water treatment, industrial pesticides, 437 00:20:22,970 --> 00:20:24,370 and chemical weapons. 438 00:20:24,372 --> 00:20:25,804 She has no reason to be involved 439 00:20:25,806 --> 00:20:27,911 with water treatment or industrial pesticides. 440 00:20:27,936 --> 00:20:29,975 But she could be a school teacher 441 00:20:29,977 --> 00:20:31,276 and a terrorist. 442 00:20:37,467 --> 00:20:40,139 - So, what do we do? - The surgery. 443 00:20:40,264 --> 00:20:41,897 We don't have her consent. 444 00:20:41,899 --> 00:20:44,166 Technically, the issue is we don't have his consent. 445 00:20:44,168 --> 00:20:46,468 We go to his wife because we can't get his, 446 00:20:46,493 --> 00:20:48,244 the assumption being that she's operating 447 00:20:48,269 --> 00:20:49,234 in his best interests. 448 00:20:49,259 --> 00:20:52,052 Pretty sure that's not happening here. 449 00:20:52,497 --> 00:20:54,262 Go back to the wife, get her to change her mind, 450 00:20:54,264 --> 00:20:56,298 or we'll take it to court. 451 00:20:56,341 --> 00:20:58,243 Okay. 452 00:20:58,268 --> 00:20:59,367 Hey, you look annoyed. 453 00:20:59,369 --> 00:21:01,136 I'm annoyed we're sending him home 454 00:21:01,138 --> 00:21:02,571 to keep abusing his wife. 455 00:21:02,573 --> 00:21:04,806 She's a world-class liar. 456 00:21:04,808 --> 00:21:06,608 I mean, for all we know, she wants her husband dead 457 00:21:06,610 --> 00:21:09,210 so that she can run off with her Pilates instructor. 458 00:21:09,212 --> 00:21:11,146 I'll get the consent. 459 00:21:11,148 --> 00:21:12,314 Thank you. 460 00:21:17,387 --> 00:21:19,921 She refused initial treatment for methanol toxicity. 461 00:21:19,923 --> 00:21:21,122 It's ethanol... 462 00:21:21,124 --> 00:21:22,557 Because she's Muslim, she can't consume it. 463 00:21:22,559 --> 00:21:24,492 She has alcohol in her system 464 00:21:24,494 --> 00:21:26,528 but won't let us put alcohol in her system to treat it, 465 00:21:26,530 --> 00:21:28,463 because she doesn't want alcohol in her system. 466 00:21:28,465 --> 00:21:30,830 - We put her on fomepi... - Dr. Murphy... 467 00:21:30,876 --> 00:21:33,068 Is this part of your evidence that she's a terrorist? 468 00:21:33,070 --> 00:21:34,736 Because she's Muslim? 469 00:21:34,738 --> 00:21:36,671 There are billions of Muslims that aren't terrorists. 470 00:21:36,673 --> 00:21:39,541 Is that part of your evidence that she's not? 471 00:21:39,543 --> 00:21:42,110 I think she's a terrorist because it's the easiest way 472 00:21:42,112 --> 00:21:44,112 to explain her symptoms and her lie. 473 00:21:44,114 --> 00:21:46,081 Do you have a way? 474 00:21:46,083 --> 00:21:48,650 She had an accident. It scared her. 475 00:21:48,652 --> 00:21:49,718 Maybe we scare her. 476 00:21:49,720 --> 00:21:51,820 Hell, maybe this whole place scares her. 477 00:21:51,822 --> 00:21:53,722 There are a lot of reasons people don't tell the truth 478 00:21:53,724 --> 00:21:54,889 other than criminal activity. 479 00:21:54,891 --> 00:21:56,658 Six other reasons. 480 00:21:56,660 --> 00:21:59,327 If a person comes in with a gunshot wound, 481 00:21:59,329 --> 00:22:00,795 we have to report it. 482 00:22:00,797 --> 00:22:02,130 Why don't we have to report 483 00:22:02,132 --> 00:22:03,965 someone who might be making chemical weapons? 484 00:22:03,967 --> 00:22:07,636 Because unfounded accusations can destroy people's lives. 485 00:22:07,638 --> 00:22:10,105 What does it matter what people speculate 486 00:22:10,107 --> 00:22:11,673 as long as the truth comes out? 487 00:22:11,675 --> 00:22:13,108 Because people make up their minds 488 00:22:13,110 --> 00:22:14,442 before the truth comes out. 489 00:22:14,444 --> 00:22:16,244 Says the guy who played the race card 490 00:22:16,246 --> 00:22:17,646 when he needed an advantage. 491 00:22:17,648 --> 00:22:19,347 Even if you're right, 492 00:22:19,349 --> 00:22:22,217 she's not making bombs while she's in our ICU. 493 00:22:22,219 --> 00:22:24,686 Also, you're wrong. Now, keep me posted. 494 00:22:24,688 --> 00:22:26,755 If she's not better in the next two hours, 495 00:22:26,757 --> 00:22:28,757 I want to know. 496 00:22:39,935 --> 00:22:42,937 We need you to consent to your husband's surgery. 497 00:22:45,374 --> 00:22:47,175 I said "no." 498 00:22:49,178 --> 00:22:53,281 There's a better way, Tessa. 499 00:22:53,283 --> 00:22:55,150 Leave him. 500 00:22:55,152 --> 00:22:57,686 Start a new life. 501 00:23:03,292 --> 00:23:04,926 I'm afraid. 502 00:23:04,928 --> 00:23:06,261 I know. 503 00:23:06,263 --> 00:23:08,792 But... this... 504 00:23:08,965 --> 00:23:11,862 This isn't the answer. 505 00:23:12,402 --> 00:23:14,235 If you don't consent, 506 00:23:14,237 --> 00:23:15,503 we'll take this to the court, 507 00:23:15,505 --> 00:23:18,573 and we'll tell a judge what we know. 508 00:23:18,575 --> 00:23:20,909 I told you those things in confidence. 509 00:23:20,911 --> 00:23:23,144 You are not my patient. Your husband is. 510 00:23:25,549 --> 00:23:28,249 Two things will happen. 511 00:23:28,251 --> 00:23:29,918 We will get the consent, 512 00:23:29,920 --> 00:23:32,253 and Payton will find out the truth. 513 00:24:05,789 --> 00:24:08,857 Tessa? 514 00:24:08,859 --> 00:24:13,194 You are stronger than you think you are. 515 00:24:33,115 --> 00:24:36,484 Your methanol toxicity is abating... 516 00:24:36,486 --> 00:24:38,419 The treatment's working. 517 00:24:38,421 --> 00:24:40,655 Great. 518 00:24:40,657 --> 00:24:44,058 Um... do you think that I'll be able to leave soon? 519 00:24:44,060 --> 00:24:46,461 All of your symptoms are consistent 520 00:24:46,463 --> 00:24:48,730 with exposure to dimethyl sulfate. 521 00:24:48,732 --> 00:24:51,533 I... I've never heard of dimethyl... 522 00:24:51,535 --> 00:24:55,770 Dimethyl sulfate is used to make chemical weapons. 523 00:25:02,044 --> 00:25:05,880 I didn't expect this from you. 524 00:25:05,882 --> 00:25:09,150 I made a statement. 525 00:25:09,152 --> 00:25:11,519 You're different. 526 00:25:11,521 --> 00:25:13,621 I have autism. 527 00:25:13,623 --> 00:25:15,924 You've experienced bigotry. 528 00:25:15,926 --> 00:25:19,127 Yes. 529 00:25:19,129 --> 00:25:24,299 Have... people refused to serve you? 530 00:25:24,301 --> 00:25:27,368 Have you seen people 531 00:25:27,370 --> 00:25:29,470 change their flight 532 00:25:29,472 --> 00:25:32,240 because of you? 533 00:25:32,242 --> 00:25:33,708 Have people cursed you out 534 00:25:33,710 --> 00:25:36,211 before you've opened your mouth? 535 00:25:38,748 --> 00:25:40,982 I'm not prejudiced. 536 00:25:40,984 --> 00:25:43,017 I have evidence. 537 00:25:43,019 --> 00:25:45,753 Nobody's prejudiced. 538 00:25:45,755 --> 00:25:48,790 Everybody has evidence. 539 00:25:48,792 --> 00:25:51,626 And I'm always brown. 540 00:25:53,730 --> 00:25:55,530 Maybe you're not so different. 541 00:25:59,569 --> 00:26:02,937 You're sweating. 542 00:26:02,939 --> 00:26:05,473 Perspiration is a sign of dishonesty. 543 00:26:08,879 --> 00:26:10,044 My chest. 544 00:26:10,046 --> 00:26:12,547 Chest pain can be brought on by anxiety. 545 00:26:14,117 --> 00:26:16,918 Oh, but this time, you are having a heart attack. 546 00:26:16,920 --> 00:26:18,586 EKG, stat! 547 00:26:21,524 --> 00:26:24,225 The endothelial lining had moderate inflammation 548 00:26:24,227 --> 00:26:25,393 that appeared acute, 549 00:26:25,395 --> 00:26:28,129 and there was evidence of mucosal edema. 550 00:26:28,131 --> 00:26:29,898 I made no extraordinary motions, 551 00:26:29,900 --> 00:26:32,467 nor did I apply any unnecessary force. 552 00:26:32,469 --> 00:26:34,302 And yet, the bronchus was punctured. 553 00:26:34,304 --> 00:26:36,104 Which is a risk, albeit a small one, 554 00:26:36,106 --> 00:26:37,772 with this kind of procedure. 555 00:26:39,909 --> 00:26:41,142 Well... 556 00:26:41,144 --> 00:26:42,577 thank you. 557 00:26:42,579 --> 00:26:45,013 I appreciate the thoroughness of your answers. 558 00:26:45,015 --> 00:26:47,515 Not sure I understood it all... 559 00:26:47,517 --> 00:26:51,152 ...but I think I've got what I need. 560 00:26:51,154 --> 00:26:54,656 I probably shouldn't say anything, 561 00:26:54,658 --> 00:26:55,890 but I know you and Ms. Preston 562 00:26:55,892 --> 00:26:57,191 are going through something right now. 563 00:26:57,193 --> 00:26:58,693 That really wasn't relevant. 564 00:26:58,695 --> 00:27:01,062 Oh, I-I know. I know. It's just... 565 00:27:02,364 --> 00:27:05,733 I know she'll get through it, but... 566 00:27:05,735 --> 00:27:08,469 it's good you're handling it better. 567 00:27:08,471 --> 00:27:11,806 It's one thing to be distracted while drafting a contract 568 00:27:11,808 --> 00:27:15,043 and a whole other thing entirely doing what you do. 569 00:27:26,022 --> 00:27:28,122 Inject dye. 570 00:27:28,124 --> 00:27:30,959 Injecting dye. 571 00:27:34,264 --> 00:27:36,798 Hanging a left at the vertebral artery. 572 00:27:39,868 --> 00:27:43,237 Okay, withdrawing the guide wire. 573 00:27:43,239 --> 00:27:44,906 Inserting the platinum matrix. 574 00:27:49,445 --> 00:27:52,347 You know, sometimes, you do the right thing 575 00:27:52,349 --> 00:27:54,515 and things get a little better. 576 00:27:54,517 --> 00:27:56,818 And sometimes, things still suck. 577 00:28:00,089 --> 00:28:02,640 Entering the aneurysm. 578 00:28:04,627 --> 00:28:06,060 Okay. 579 00:28:07,364 --> 00:28:09,297 - Blood pressure's spiking. - Wait, why? 580 00:28:09,299 --> 00:28:10,965 There's no rupture, no bleeding, 581 00:28:10,967 --> 00:28:12,214 no stroke. 582 00:28:12,239 --> 00:28:15,269 If his BP goes up any higher, he will have a stroke. 583 00:28:15,271 --> 00:28:17,005 I'm terminating the procedure. 584 00:28:17,163 --> 00:28:20,148 Push 20 milligrams of labetalol, stat. 585 00:28:26,026 --> 00:28:29,127 We need to stabilize him before we can retry the procedure, 586 00:28:29,182 --> 00:28:31,549 which means we need to figure out what we missed. 587 00:28:31,551 --> 00:28:33,384 This wasn't our fault. 588 00:28:33,386 --> 00:28:35,620 His BP was stable going in. 589 00:28:35,622 --> 00:28:37,021 He's been on calcium-channel blockers 590 00:28:37,023 --> 00:28:38,756 - for the last six years. - Well, we missed something. 591 00:28:38,758 --> 00:28:42,022 BP doesn't skyrocket for no reason. 592 00:28:42,529 --> 00:28:43,861 Run a full work-up. 593 00:28:46,725 --> 00:28:49,093 Why would a 28-year-old with no risk factors 594 00:28:49,118 --> 00:28:50,639 have a heart attack? 595 00:28:50,698 --> 00:28:51,788 Hmm. 596 00:28:51,887 --> 00:28:54,210 Her heart is burning. 597 00:28:54,657 --> 00:28:55,856 Burning? 598 00:28:55,858 --> 00:28:57,791 From the caustic chemical! 599 00:28:57,793 --> 00:29:00,928 - Murphy. - It's going through her system. 600 00:29:00,930 --> 00:29:03,197 Unlike thermal burns, 601 00:29:03,199 --> 00:29:05,258 chemical burns get worse over time. 602 00:29:05,290 --> 00:29:08,458 And it also explains the punctured bronchus. 603 00:29:08,460 --> 00:29:10,794 The caustic chemical thinned the bronchial walls. 604 00:29:10,796 --> 00:29:12,629 You did not make a mistake. 605 00:29:12,631 --> 00:29:14,464 That's not the only explanation. 606 00:29:15,733 --> 00:29:17,267 But I'll shut up now. 607 00:29:17,269 --> 00:29:18,501 You think you have a good idea, 608 00:29:18,503 --> 00:29:21,004 but you're going to shut yourself up? 609 00:29:21,006 --> 00:29:23,473 It could be caused by an infection 610 00:29:23,475 --> 00:29:27,110 from bacteria that leaked as a result of the puncture. 611 00:29:27,112 --> 00:29:30,647 The treatments are diametrically opposed... 612 00:29:30,649 --> 00:29:33,250 antibiotics if it's infection, 613 00:29:33,252 --> 00:29:35,418 steroids if it's inflammation. 614 00:29:35,420 --> 00:29:38,388 If she needs antibiotics and she needs steroids instead, 615 00:29:38,390 --> 00:29:39,656 it will suppress her immune system, 616 00:29:39,658 --> 00:29:42,025 causing the infection to flourish and kill her. 617 00:29:42,027 --> 00:29:43,627 If she needs steroids 618 00:29:43,629 --> 00:29:45,462 and we give her antibiotics, then... 619 00:29:45,464 --> 00:29:46,863 I get it. 620 00:29:46,865 --> 00:29:49,266 - We'd better be right. - Yes. 621 00:29:49,268 --> 00:29:51,935 Sir, I think we should bring another senior attending in 622 00:29:51,937 --> 00:29:54,104 - to consult on this decision. - Why? 623 00:29:54,106 --> 00:29:56,172 Because if Shaun's right, you're exonerated. 624 00:29:56,174 --> 00:29:57,707 And if I'm right, you may have made the mistake 625 00:29:57,709 --> 00:30:00,010 that could kill this woman. 626 00:30:00,012 --> 00:30:02,212 You don't think I can be objective? 627 00:30:02,214 --> 00:30:04,247 I think you're incredibly professional... 628 00:30:04,249 --> 00:30:05,181 Shut up, Jared. 629 00:30:08,919 --> 00:30:15,525 It is possible that I screwed up. 630 00:30:15,527 --> 00:30:17,694 Let's put her on broadspectrum antibiotics. 631 00:30:17,696 --> 00:30:19,829 You're wrong. 632 00:30:19,831 --> 00:30:21,231 Making a decision 633 00:30:21,233 --> 00:30:23,266 on the assumption you made a mistake 634 00:30:23,268 --> 00:30:24,167 is a mistake. 635 00:30:24,169 --> 00:30:27,093 You're very arrogant. 636 00:30:27,773 --> 00:30:30,307 It helps you be a great surgeon. 637 00:30:32,343 --> 00:30:34,678 Fortunately, I don't need your approval. 638 00:30:44,990 --> 00:30:48,191 We've determined what the underlying problem was. 639 00:30:48,193 --> 00:30:49,993 What caused your husband's aneurysm to rupture 640 00:30:49,995 --> 00:30:52,395 and why his blood pressure spiked in the O.R. 641 00:30:52,397 --> 00:30:55,365 According to his labs, he hasn't been taking his meds. 642 00:30:55,367 --> 00:30:57,200 As far as I know, he has. 643 00:30:57,202 --> 00:30:59,469 I mean, that's just not like him. 644 00:30:59,471 --> 00:31:02,205 We don't think it's like him, either. 645 00:31:04,642 --> 00:31:07,777 You think I had something to do with this? 646 00:31:07,779 --> 00:31:10,447 That I, what, threw his meds away? 647 00:31:10,449 --> 00:31:14,017 He'd just order more. 648 00:31:14,019 --> 00:31:17,554 But if you emptied his capsules and filled them with sugar... 649 00:31:17,556 --> 00:31:20,256 or, even better, salt... 650 00:31:20,258 --> 00:31:22,292 It would end your nightmare. 651 00:31:25,197 --> 00:31:27,597 I was willing to let him die, 652 00:31:27,599 --> 00:31:33,536 but I could never... 653 00:31:33,538 --> 00:31:37,407 If I were strong enough to kill him... 654 00:31:48,053 --> 00:31:50,453 Is there a chance your son knows more 655 00:31:50,455 --> 00:31:52,455 than you think he does? 656 00:32:13,412 --> 00:32:14,844 Her heart rate's 90. 657 00:32:14,846 --> 00:32:16,746 That's in the normal range. 658 00:32:16,748 --> 00:32:19,482 But it was 83. It should be going down. 659 00:32:19,484 --> 00:32:21,985 All her other signs are normal. 660 00:32:21,987 --> 00:32:25,121 You were right. This is the proper treatment. 661 00:32:25,123 --> 00:32:26,289 95. 662 00:32:29,761 --> 00:32:32,095 I'm switching her to steroids. 663 00:32:32,097 --> 00:32:33,730 If we give her steroids, 664 00:32:33,732 --> 00:32:35,932 it will suppress her immune system, 665 00:32:35,934 --> 00:32:37,300 causing the infection to flourish... 666 00:32:37,302 --> 00:32:39,135 I'm going to push 40 milligrams of methylprednisolone. 667 00:32:39,137 --> 00:32:40,537 ...and she'll die. 668 00:32:42,140 --> 00:32:43,684 This is on me. 669 00:32:43,775 --> 00:32:45,608 I know. 670 00:32:52,894 --> 00:32:55,535 We switched her to methylprednisolone. 671 00:32:55,933 --> 00:32:57,099 It's working. 672 00:32:57,153 --> 00:32:58,819 You were wrong. 673 00:32:58,844 --> 00:33:00,210 Yeah, I got that. 674 00:33:00,212 --> 00:33:02,613 Just about the treatment choice. 675 00:33:02,615 --> 00:33:05,135 - You didn't do anything wrong in the O.R. - Don't kiss my ass. 676 00:33:05,322 --> 00:33:08,768 Jared saved her life. 677 00:33:09,907 --> 00:33:12,389 If he hadn't acted so quickly, she would've died, 678 00:33:12,391 --> 00:33:14,954 and that would've been your fault. 679 00:33:14,979 --> 00:33:15,953 Yes, it would've. 680 00:33:15,978 --> 00:33:17,311 You should thank him. 681 00:33:24,710 --> 00:33:26,811 Thank you, Dr. Kalu. 682 00:34:21,590 --> 00:34:22,543 Hey. 683 00:34:22,545 --> 00:34:23,777 Can I help you? 684 00:34:23,779 --> 00:34:26,480 I'm Dr. Shaun Murphy. 685 00:34:26,482 --> 00:34:30,584 You're my new neighbor, number 34. 686 00:34:30,586 --> 00:34:32,740 Yeah, cool. 687 00:34:32,899 --> 00:34:35,066 Uh, you wanna come in for a beer? 688 00:34:35,091 --> 00:34:36,167 No. 689 00:34:44,000 --> 00:34:45,966 Nice work. 690 00:34:45,968 --> 00:34:47,211 You, too. 691 00:34:47,520 --> 00:34:50,271 You can have the honors. 692 00:34:51,841 --> 00:34:53,641 This is the first time I'm not looking forward 693 00:34:53,643 --> 00:34:56,143 to telling the family it went well. 694 00:35:22,838 --> 00:35:24,718 You're going to be fine. 695 00:35:24,840 --> 00:35:27,109 The treatment worked? 696 00:35:27,176 --> 00:35:30,077 The second one did. The first one almost killed you. 697 00:35:30,133 --> 00:35:32,300 The fact that you're alive right now is evidence 698 00:35:32,301 --> 00:35:34,034 that you were working with dimethyl sulfate. 699 00:35:34,036 --> 00:35:37,652 You're a terrorist, aren't you? 700 00:35:38,841 --> 00:35:42,029 My brother works for a drug company. 701 00:35:42,177 --> 00:35:45,412 They use dimethyl sulfate to make one of their medications. 702 00:35:45,414 --> 00:35:46,613 He stole some for me. 703 00:35:46,615 --> 00:35:49,216 So you could make a chemical weapon. 704 00:35:49,218 --> 00:35:55,856 So I could make perfume. 705 00:35:55,858 --> 00:35:57,057 Smell that. 706 00:36:09,904 --> 00:36:13,140 It's... beautiful. 707 00:36:13,142 --> 00:36:14,674 But very stupid. 708 00:36:14,676 --> 00:36:16,543 Yeah. 709 00:36:16,545 --> 00:36:19,146 Especially since my brother would get fired 710 00:36:19,148 --> 00:36:20,714 if anyone ever found out. 711 00:36:22,683 --> 00:36:23,617 You believe her? 712 00:36:23,619 --> 00:36:25,752 Protecting someone... 713 00:36:25,754 --> 00:36:27,788 reason number three. 714 00:36:30,359 --> 00:36:32,959 So... we good? 715 00:36:32,961 --> 00:36:34,928 Thing is, I'm not sure it really matters. 716 00:36:34,930 --> 00:36:36,997 I've been told I can only have three residents next year. 717 00:36:36,999 --> 00:36:38,198 That's great. 718 00:36:38,200 --> 00:36:39,466 Not really. 719 00:36:39,468 --> 00:36:42,369 Because of Coyle's transfer, I have to take on his. 720 00:36:42,371 --> 00:36:44,704 Reznick? 721 00:36:44,706 --> 00:36:47,107 She's a pain. 722 00:36:47,109 --> 00:36:49,643 Pain can be a hell of motivator. 723 00:36:49,645 --> 00:36:50,544 Good luck. 724 00:36:57,084 --> 00:36:58,518 You were right. 725 00:37:00,755 --> 00:37:05,158 And I think you were right that I wanted you to be wrong. 726 00:37:05,160 --> 00:37:07,928 And I'm sorry. 727 00:37:07,930 --> 00:37:11,131 You were right, too. 728 00:37:11,133 --> 00:37:15,001 I kept telling myself that I'm fine, but... 729 00:37:15,003 --> 00:37:16,770 it's been hard. 730 00:37:16,772 --> 00:37:18,638 Got me second-guessing myself, 731 00:37:18,640 --> 00:37:21,074 maybe affecting my judgment. 732 00:37:21,076 --> 00:37:23,677 I don't know. 733 00:37:23,679 --> 00:37:26,713 If we're hurting so bad, maybe we made a mistake. 734 00:37:29,384 --> 00:37:30,617 No. 735 00:37:30,619 --> 00:37:33,019 It just means that what we had mattered. 736 00:37:33,021 --> 00:37:36,256 Doesn't mean that it was right. 737 00:37:36,258 --> 00:37:38,959 I've also been thinking that... 738 00:37:38,961 --> 00:37:41,428 arrogance does make me a better surgeon. 739 00:37:43,564 --> 00:37:45,298 But it's not gonna make me a better husband. 740 00:37:48,437 --> 00:37:50,704 I'm sorry. 741 00:38:02,751 --> 00:38:04,985 Kristin? 742 00:38:04,987 --> 00:38:06,620 Hey, I'm Claire. 743 00:38:06,622 --> 00:38:07,854 Hi. 744 00:38:07,856 --> 00:38:11,658 Thanks. 745 00:38:11,660 --> 00:38:13,093 Um, 746 00:38:13,095 --> 00:38:18,532 I am doing some research on Dr. Coyle... 747 00:38:18,534 --> 00:38:23,203 on the women who worked with him and then quit. 748 00:38:23,205 --> 00:38:28,909 I got another offer at SF Muni. 749 00:38:28,911 --> 00:38:33,513 I was harassed by Dr. Coyle. 750 00:38:33,515 --> 00:38:35,482 And I think you were, too. 751 00:38:48,163 --> 00:38:53,800 Doing the right thing can make things a little better... 752 00:38:53,802 --> 00:38:56,136 especially if we do it together. 753 00:39:17,959 --> 00:39:20,427 I have a new neighbor. 754 00:39:20,429 --> 00:39:24,864 Hmm. So, Lea's really gone, huh? 755 00:39:24,866 --> 00:39:28,068 So, can we have breakfast tomorrow? 756 00:39:29,470 --> 00:39:32,138 I'd love to, Shaun, but... 757 00:39:35,410 --> 00:39:37,177 we, um... 758 00:39:37,179 --> 00:39:38,778 We talked about this, right? 759 00:39:38,780 --> 00:39:41,581 I-I said that I would 760 00:39:41,583 --> 00:39:44,117 back off if you stayed, right? 761 00:39:44,119 --> 00:39:45,118 More space, less "fathering." 762 00:39:45,120 --> 00:39:46,774 I don't need a father. 763 00:39:46,799 --> 00:39:48,321 I hate fathers. 764 00:39:48,323 --> 00:39:51,157 - Right, so... - I need a friend. 765 00:39:55,896 --> 00:39:59,532 Shaun, I-I am someone who can't help 766 00:39:59,534 --> 00:40:01,334 but give advice, you know? 767 00:40:01,336 --> 00:40:05,005 I don't know if I can not do that. 768 00:40:07,141 --> 00:40:11,277 So you think I can change and you can't? 769 00:40:13,814 --> 00:40:16,583 I think that we have a certain kind of relationship. 770 00:40:16,585 --> 00:40:19,285 And we can call it something different if we want, 771 00:40:19,287 --> 00:40:22,022 but we can't magically make it different. 772 00:40:22,024 --> 00:40:24,024 You said that you wanted space. 773 00:40:24,026 --> 00:40:26,226 You said that you needed space. 774 00:40:32,299 --> 00:40:37,871 I-I think you should be my friend. 775 00:40:43,278 --> 00:40:44,778 Shaun... 776 00:40:59,027 --> 00:41:00,460 Okay. 777 00:41:03,799 --> 00:41:05,732 Shaun? 778 00:41:52,114 --> 00:41:55,963 What are you smelling right now? 779 00:41:56,493 --> 00:41:58,064 Pine trees. 780 00:42:00,455 --> 00:42:01,654 Mmm. 781 00:42:09,921 --> 00:42:14,921 Synced & corrected by kinglouisxx www.addic7ed.com 55394

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