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Chicago Med
#107 : Saints

 

Résumé : Lorsque des questions juridiques ralentissent une greffe de moelle osseuse qui pourrait sauver une vie, Sharon Goodwin doit choisir entre désobéir aux ordres directs où les respecter et mettre la vie d’un patient en danger. April traite un sans-abri qui est évalué par le Dr Charles. Ce dernier parvient à un diagnostic inhabituel qui pourrait expliquer son comportement récent. Les parents de Natalie Maning arrivent en ville pour découvrir leur petit-enfant, au grand désarroi de sa belle-mère Helen.

Le Dr Conor Rhodes traite un couple blessé lors de leur premier rendez-vous  suite à une course de voiture et le Dr Halstead découvre les raisons de l’accident.

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Titre VO
Saints

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Saints

Première diffusion
26.01.2016

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Mardi 26.01.2016 à 21:00
7.58m / 1.7% (18-49)

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Scénario : Mary Leah Sutton  

Réalisation : Jann Turner

Guest Starring : (Annie Potts (Helen), Michael Hendricks, Regan Rohde, Jesse Lee Soffer (Détective Halstead)

Entrance

April Sexton: Look at...

Sarah Reese: Oh, he's so cute.

April Sexton: Of course he is. He's half Natalie. Look.

Maggie Lockwood: Aww! So precious. Oh, and would you look at that. He got my eyelashes.

April Sexton: You delivered him. That doesn't give him your DNA.

Maggie Lockwood: You'd be surprised. The power of these hands.

Will Halstead: You can sign out the patient in four.

April Sexton: Look... Look at Owen.

Will Halstead: Cute.

Maggie Lockwood: Have you been up to see Natalie today?

Will Halstead: Not yet.

April Sexton: What's up with him? Thought he wouldn't leave her bedside.

 

Connor Rhodes: Dr. Zanetti.

Sam Zanetti: Dr. Rhodes.

Connor Rhodes: How was the conference?

Sam Zanetti: I spent an entire week listening to people talk about surgeries. All I wanted was to actually do one. Kept hoping a speaker would choke on his dentures so I could cric him.

Connor Rhodes: Dinner tonight?

Sam Zanetti: I can't. I'm in-house on call.

 

Maggie Lockwood: Head's up. Incoming traumas. CFD called with a Plan 1. Multi-victim car crash. Let's go!

Sam Zanetti: Maybe someone'll need surgery. I'm ready to cut.

 

Connor Rhodes: What do we got?

Paramedic 1: Female, mid-20s. GCS 3. Struck the dashboard and starred the windshield.

Connor Rhodes: BP?

Paramedic 1: Uh, 90 over 50. Tachy 140. Stats 100%. Pressure dressing on her head, but she's seeping through.

Trauma

Connor Rhodes: All right, we're gonna replace the King with an ET. Grab an intubation kit. Let's move her on my count. One... Two... Three.

Entrance

Mike Carter: Jess? Jess... Jess...

Paramedic 2: Mike Carter, 24. GCS 10. Vitals holding steady.

Mike Carter: Jess?

Ethan Choi: Blood?

Mike Carter: Not his.

Mike Carter: Jess, talk to me! Jess!

April Sexton: Mike. Mike. I'm gonna ask you to calm down.

Mike Carter: Jess! Where is she? Where is she?

Ethan Choi: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. You have to lie back down. Easy.

Trauma

Ethan Choi: All right, on my count.

April Sexton: All right.

Ethan Choi: One... Two... Three.

Maggie Lockwood: Does Jess have any family in the area we should notify?

Mike Carter: I think... Her mom lives here. Maybe.

April Sexton: Any allergies to medications?

Mike Carter: I don't know.

April Sexton: Do you know if she's currently on any medication?

Mike Carter: I don't know.

Maggie Lockwood: Is there anything you can tell us about Jess that could help us?

Mike Carter: No. I'm sorry, I... I don't even know where she lives. We're on a first date.

Trauma

Sarah Reese: Breath sounds good on both sides. Good colour change.

Connor Rhodes: All right. She is still bleeding pretty bad. Hang two units of blood.

Nurse: Yes, Doctor.

Connor Rhodes: Get me a plastics tray.

Nurse: Got it.

Connor Rhodes: We need to stop these bleeders. Saline?

Nurse: Got it. Here's saline.

Sarah Reese: Okay, she's still got glass shards in her scalp.

Nurse: Heart rate is erratic.

Connor Rhodes: Suction.

Nurse: Yeah, got it.

Trauma

Mike Carter: Please, I need to know how she is.

April Sexton: Jess is in good hands. Right now, we just need to make sure that you're okay.

Mike Carter: I'm fine, just please, help her. Ah!

Ethan Choi: Sorry. I'm guessing that's tender.

Mike Carter: Ah. Yes.

Trauma

Nurse: Pressure's falling.

Connor Rhodes: Get me the ultrasound.

Nurse: Got it. Call pharmacy. Get dopamine going.

Connor Rhodes: There's free fluid in her abdomen.

Nurse: Pressure's still low.

Connor Rhodes: She's not stable enough to go to CT. We need to open her up now. Call the OR and tell them we're on our way up.

Nurse: Yes, Doctor.

Entrance

Maggie Lockwood: Talk to me.

Paramedic 3: Walter Blevins. 53 years old. GCS 14, SBP 104 over palp. Stats 100.

Maggie Lockwood: Dr. Halstead, Treatment 1.

Will Halstead: Got it.

Paramedic 3: 4 of morphine per the tele doctor.

Walter Blevins: Ah.

Maggie Lockwood: Let's rotate. Give him the head. Give him the head.

Treatment 1

Maggie Lockwood: Let's go.

Will Halstead: What happened?

Paramedic 3: He was driving the car that t-boned the couple they just brought in. A stolen car.

Will Halstead: On my count. One... Two... Three. Transfer.

Maggie Lockwood: Get this out.

Will Halstead: Airway's intact. Let's get him off that backboard. Mr. Blevins, we're gonna roll you onto your right side. I need you to take these handcuffs off.

Sean Roman: He carjacked a woman at gunpoint 50 yards from me and my partner. Led us on a high-speed chase before hitting that couple. This guy's dangerous.

Will Halstead: I'll take my chances.

Sean Roman: He served nine years for armed robbery. He's an ex-con.

Will Halstead: He's also my patient. I can't treat him properly until the cuffs are off.

Sean Roman: All right.

Maggie Lockwood: Dr. Halstead, you got this?

Will Halstead: Yeah, we're good.

Walter Blevins: Ah...

Will Halstead: All right. Okay, you're all right. Any pain on contact?

Walter Blevins: No.

Will Halstead: Good.

Walter Blevins: I'm sorry.

Sarah Reese: Oh, Dr. Halstead, his arm.

Will Halstead: All right. Yep. That's likely a two-bone forearm fracture. Let's get an X-ray.

OR

Sam Zanetti: Lap sponges, keep 'em coming.

Nurse: Yes, Doctor.

Connor Rhodes: There's too much blood. I can't see where it's coming from.

Sam Zanetti: Feel for it.

Marty Peterson: Pressure's dropping.

Sam Zanetti: Dr. Rhodes, I'll clamp.

Connor Rhodes: The belly's packed. The spleen is in pieces. Something else is bleeding.

Sam Zanetti: Okay. Run the bowel… Oh, the mesentery's bleeding. I will clamp it, Dr. Rhodes. You get the spleen.

Connor Rhodes: Curved 8 to me… Metz scissors.

Nurse: Scissors.

Connor Rhodes: And bowl.

Nurse: Bowl.

Connor Rhodes: Thank you. I'll hold the clamp, you tie.

Sam Zanetti: All right, the bleeding stopped. How's she doing?

Marty Peterson: Pressure's coming up.

Connor Rhodes: There we go.

Sam Zanetti: Okay. You guys finish up here and bring her down to ICU.

Nurse: Okay, let's close him up.

Connor Rhodes: Happy to be back in the saddle?

Sam Zanetti: Boo-yah.

Treatment

Bobby: April. Nice to see you.

April Sexton: Bobby, back so soon?

Bobby: Yeah, my feet this time.

April Sexton: What happened to your shoes?

Bobby: There's this new guy at the shelter. He needed winter boots. I still have my slippers, though.

April Sexton: All right, this is a tetanus shot. Is that okay?

Bobby: Oh. Anything you say.

April Sexton: Okay. Thank you.

Bobby: Mm-hmm.

April Sexton: All right. Now, Bobby, you shouldn't be giving away your boots. Particularly in January.

Bobby: Oh, I'll manage. I always do.

April Sexton: How did you manage last week after you gave away your gloves?

Bobby: Frostbite's all healed.

April Sexton: You're too much. All right, soak your feet.

Bobby: Ah.

April Sexton: I'll be back to check on you.

Bobby: Okay. Thanks.

Entrance

Maggie Lockwood: That excuse is so lame it needs crutches. Roger, I put in that order hours ago. No, I will not hold. Roger? Rog? Oh. Normally after that, I would go downstairs and ring Roger's ass. But not today. I'm in too good a mood.

Sharon Goodwin: And why is that?

Maggie Lockwood: Christy Pierce.

Sharon Goodwin: Oh, yeah. Today's the big day.

Maggie Lockwood: Uh-huh.

Sarah Reese: Christy Pierce?

Sharon Goodwin: Yeah, a teen with aplastic anemia. Been in and out of Med the last ten years due to infections, but finally, today she's getting a bone marrow transplant.

Maggie Lockwood: It hasn't been ten years.

Sharon Goodwin: Yes, it has. I know because I was sitting in your chair the first time her mother brought her here.

Maggie Lockwood: You think I'm tough? You should've seen her.

Sharon Goodwin: I'm going up to say hello.

Maggie Lockwood: Give Christy a kiss for me.

Christy’s room

Sharon Goodwin: So Dr. Farinas has told me that a transplant isn't painful. You'll be awake the whole time.

Dr. Farinas: It's a simple process. We'll administer the donor's stem cells through your central line.

Sharon Goodwin: It's just like a blood transfusion.

Kathleen Pierce: Is it really happening? Finally.

Sharon Goodwin: Well, we just heard from the clinic in Springfield. The bags are en route.

Kathleen Pierce: Oh, my God.

Christy Pierce: Mom, you promised.

Kathleen Pierce: No crying. I'm sorry, I just... I can't help it.

Sharon Goodwin: And, Nick, I can't believe you. You're almost as tall as me.

Kathleen Pierce: And he has been a very busy little brother. He's got all his friends together and they've been shovelling driveways to raise money. Oh, show Mrs. Goodwin the flyer.

Nick Pierce: We're gonna send Christy's donor and her family on a vacation.

Kathleen Pierce: They've already raised $1,000.

Sharon Goodwin: That's a sweet gesture.

Christy Pierce: He's just trying to build up his muscles to impress the girls.

Nick Pierce: Am not!

Sharon Goodwin: Well, I'll leave you in good hands with Dr. Farinas. I'll check back later.

Kathleen Pierce: Thank you.

Elevator

Sam Zanetti: Dr. Rhodes, pretty slick in the OR.

Connor Rhodes: Thank you.

Sam Zanetti: That was a very fast splenectomy for a fellow. Had to be under 30 seconds. Where'd you pick that up?

Connor Rhodes: Riyadh.

Sam Zanetti: Mm.

Connor Rhodes: Oil workers got a lot of abdominal injuries on the derricks.

Sam Zanetti: Hmm.

Nurse: Hold the elevator, please! Hold the elevator!

Sam Zanetti: Ah! Ow! Damn it.

Nurse: Sorry. Thanks.

Connor Rhodes: You okay?

Sam Zanetti: Yes. I, um, just banged it on the shower in Orlando.

Connor Rhodes: Let me take a look at it.

Sam Zanetti: No, no, no. It's fine.

Connor Rhodes: No, no.

Sam Zanetti: It's fine, really.

Connor Rhodes: Just... Hey, hey. Shush, shush. Just, shh.

Sam Zanetti: Wait, no. No, no, no. What are we doing?

Connor Rhodes: You are going to Ortho to get that checked out.

Sam Zanetti: No, it's not necessary.

Connor Rhodes: Uh, your elbow is red and it feels hot. So, yeah, it is.

Sam Zanetti: Yeah, well, I put myself on Cipro, so...

Connor Rhodes: Oh, so you know you have an infection?

Sam Zanetti: Just as a precaution.

Connor Rhodes: Well, as a precaution, you are going to get it checked out, because that may need to be drained. Look, Sam? Sam. This is serious. You know better. Don't mess around.

Sam Zanetti: Okay. All right. I will get it looked at.

Connor Rhodes: Okay. That's all I'm asking.

Entrance

Will Halstead: Ouch.

Sarah Reese: You were right. Two-bone distal fracture, moderately displaced. Needs to be plated.

Will Halstead: It didn't take a diagnostic genius. Not with that degree of deformity.

Treatment 1

Will Halstead: Mr. Blevins...

Walter Blevins: I'm done here. Let 'em take me away.

Will Halstead: Well, I'm afraid, first, you need surgery to realign the bones in your arm. We're gonna have an orthopedic surgeon come down right now to...

Walter Blevins: No. No surgery.

Will Halstead: Well, without it, your arm may not heal properly. You could have a permanent deformity and reduced function.

Walter Blevins: Put a cast on it.

Sarah Reese: Mr. Blevins, you want some water?

Walter Blevins: No... No, what I want is to be taken out of here. Put the cuffs... Put the cuffs on!

Will Halstead: Whoa. Mr. Blevins. Okay. I need... All right, I need suction. Get a crash cart and have atropine ready in case his heart rate drops. We are not losing this guy.

Entrance

Mrs. Blevins: Where is he? Where is Walter?

Sarah Reese: We are running a few tests right now. When he's done, I can take you to him. Oh, Dr. Halstead, this is Mrs. Blevins.

Mrs. Blevins: Please, someone tell me what's going on.

Will Halstead: Your husband was in a car accident. He has a badly broken arm and in the last half hour he began coughing up blood and passed out.

Mrs. Blevins: Oh, my God!

Will Halstead: Is Walter being treated for any illnesses?

Mrs. Blevins: No. No, he's... He's fine. I need to see him.

Will Halstead: Okay. I can take you to his room.

 

Jay Halstead: Excuse me. Um, Mrs. Blevins? My name's Jay Halstead. I'm a detective with the Chicago Police Department. I need to ask you a few questions about your husband.

Mrs. Blevins: Why are the police involved? I thought Walter was in an accident.

Jay Halstead: Uh, yes. He was driving a car that he stole. At gunpoint.

Mrs. Blevins: What?

Jay Halstead: There's multiple witnesses.

Mrs. Blevins: That son of a bitch.

Jay Halstead: I'm sorry. Ma'am?

Mrs. Blevins: My husband is no angel. I knew that when I married him, but he has been straight for 18 years. Has a job, a kid, and now, out of the blue, he throws it all away? I warned him, if he ever committed another crime, I would leave him, and that is exactly what I'm going to do. What do you want to know?

Jay Halstead: Um, why don't we go sit down somewhere?

Will Halstead: Yeah.

 

Daniel Charles: I'm looking for a Robert Parker.

April Sexton: Bobby's in Treatment 3. Wha... Who called for a psych consult?

Daniel Charles: The attending, Dr. Movitt. Why?

April Sexton: I know Bobby. Treated him for a month now. He's just really kind.

Daniel Charles: Huh. I guess there's some concern that he can't take care of himself?

April Sexton: Because he gave some clothes away? He just likes to help people.

Daniel Charles: Oh, just gonna have a little chat.

Natalie’s room

Helen: He is such a good nurser. I think it took Jeff three or four days to actually get the hang of it.

Natalie Manning: He's so beautiful. Mm-hmm.

Helen: Oh, look at this. I couldn't resist. A little something for him to wear on the way home. Isn't that cute?

Natalie Manning: Oh, I think he's finished.

Helen: Oh, you think he is? Here. I'll get him. You come here. You come here to me. Yeah. Oh. Oh.

Natalie Manning: You know, my parents emailed. They should be here soon.

Helen: Oh. Well, they'll be so happy to see the baby. They must miss you terribly.

Natalie Manning: Yeah, they complain about it all the time. Always asking when I'm gonna move back to Seattle.

Helen: Do you ever think about that?

Natalie Manning: Oh, yeah, but I want to finish my fellowship.

Helen: Oh. Well, you met Jeff here. You must have a lot of good memories here.

Natalie Manning: Of course I do.

Helen: I mean, I know the weather's not good in Chicago, but Seattle, ugh. That rain? I'd get depressed. What do you think?

Treatment

Daniel Charles: So, uh, how long you been living at the shelter, Bobby?

Bobby: Uh, about two months now.

Daniel Charles: And where were you before that?

Bobby: At home. Uh, Lincoln Park.

Daniel Charles: Ooh, nice neighbourhood. Shelter must have been quite a change.

Bobby: I don't mind. The people there need me. I don't have much anymore, but what I do have, I'm happy to give.

Daniel Charles: And what prompted you to make the move from Lincoln Park?

Bobby: It's my wife's idea. She said I was giving away all of our savings. Bankrupting the family. She didn't know what happened to me. Why I changed.

Daniel Charles: Uh, tell me how you changed.

Bobby: I used to be a regular guy. Corporate job, a house, a couple of cars. One morning I woke up, and I realized that the only thing I wanted to do, the only thing that mattered, was helping other people. Giving whatever I had to them.

Daniel Charles: Any idea of the, uh... The source of this inspiration?

Bobby: You mean did God talk to me? Or an angel? No, no, I... I just knew... Inside.

Trauma

Mike Carter: I can barely see it.

Ethan Choi: It's the gray spot right here. That's the hematoma. We often see it in car crashes. When the seatbelt you were wearing tightened, it caused a deep bruise around your intestine.

Mike Carter: So I'm, like, bleeding inside?

Ethan Choi: Not anymore. Blood's clotted now, formed a solid mass, causing the swelling and pain you're feeling in your stomach. The swelling should go down in a couple days. For the next few hours, we'll continue to monitor you. So sit tight, all right?

Mike Carter: What about Jess?

Ethan Choi: She's still in ICU.

Mike Carter: We met at this coffee shop, but it was too crowded, so I suggested we drive to one a few miles away. That's when it happened. Can I see her?

Ethan Choi: I'll have a nurse take you up to ICU once Jess has been cleared for visitors.

Mike Carter: Thanks.

Ethan Choi: Sure.

Entrance

Courier: And initial there, please. And sign here to acknowledge receipt. That's two bags HLA-matched bone marrow-regenerating stem cells for patient Christy Pierce.

Sharon Goodwin: Thank you. Careful with these. Thanks.

Maggie Lockwood: Fingers crossed.

Peter Kalmick: Sharon. I'm sorry to have to tell you this, believe me.

Sharon Goodwin: Tell me what?

Peter Kalmick: The hospital's decided to shut down Christy Pierce's transplant.

Sharon Goodwin: What?

Peter Kalmick: Have you seen these?

Sharon Goodwin: Yeah, Christy's brother put them up. He organized a fundraiser.

Peter Kalmick: For Christy's donor. And the hospital is concerned about the appearance of an individual being compensated for donating an organ, which...

Sharon Goodwin: Violates federal law. I know that, but no one's being paid. The donor agreed months ago.

Peter Kalmick: Well, it still puts the hospital and its staff at risk for hefty fines, sanctions, I mean, even imprisonment.

Sharon Goodwin: It's a kid doing a good deed. He's a minor.

Peter Kalmick: It doesn't matter. These flyers have put us in an impossible situation.

Maggie Lockwood: Well how about Christy's impossible situation?

Sharon Goodwin: Maggie.

Maggie Lockwood: It...

Sharon Goodwin: Christy has just gone through five days of chemotherapy and radiation. Her body has been ravaged in preparation for this transplant. Without it, she will die.

Peter Kalmick: It's out of my hands.

Sharon Goodwin: No, Peter, it's still in your hands. Find a way to fix this.

Peter Kalmick: I will do my best, but the law does not give me a lot of room to maneuver on this. You need to look for another donor.

Hallway

Kathleen Pierce: I don't understand. They can't just shut the transplant down. They can't do that.

Sharon Goodwin: I'm sorry, Kathleen. They can and they have.

Kathleen Pierce: No, there must be something you can do.

Sharon Goodwin: We're exploring our legal options, but the only thing we can do right now is look for another donor which we're doing.

Kathleen Pierce: Wha... What if we promise not to give any of the proceeds to the donor?

Sharon Goodwin: Unfortunately, the intent was to give a financial gift to the donor, which is enough in the eyes of the law.

Kathleen Pierce: Intent? Are these lawyers gonna go in there and tell my daughter that intent is more important than she is? Are they willing to let her die?

Sharon Goodwin: Do you want me to break the news to Christy?

Kathleen Pierce: No. I'm her mother. I'll tell her.

Treatment 1

Will Halstead: Mr. Blevins, how are you feeling? I hope that means better. Has anything like that ever happened before?

Walter Blevins: How's the couple I hit?

Will Halstead: She's in the ICU. We're monitoring him.

Walter Blevins: Can they take me away now?

Will Halstead: First, we need to discuss the results of your chest X-ray. We discovered a mass, approximately two centimetres in diameter, in the left lobe of your lungs. Now, a finding like that, in conjunction with coughing blood... I'm concerned. We need a CT scan, and then a possible biopsy...

Walter Blevins: Don't bother.

Will Halstead: Well, we really should determine...

Walter Blevins: It's cancer. I've known about it for a few months.

Will Halstead: When I spoke with your wife earlier, she didn't mention that you were diagnosed.

Walter Blevins: She doesn't know about it.

Will Halstead: Well, have you started treatment, or...

Walter Blevins: Look, you've run your little test. You've checked all the boxes, but now, I just want the cops to get me out of here.

Will Halstead: Well, I can't release you until I'm sure you're stable enough for jail.

Walter Blevins: Well, do what you have to.

Will Halstead: All right.

Walter Blevins: Don't tell my wife about this.

ICU

Mike Carter: Jess.

Jess: Mike.

Mike Carter: I wanted to see how you were. How are you feeling?

Natalie’s room

Helen: Oh, he smells like heaven. Think he knows me?

Natalie Manning: Of course he does.

Carol Conte: Hello!

Natalie Manning: Mom!

Lou Conte: Hello, sweetheart.

Natalie Manning: Hi, Daddy.

Carol Conte: Helen. Hello, Helen. Congratulations. Oh, let me hold him.

Helen: Well, he... He's asleep.

Carol Conte: Oh, yes, he is. Yes, he is. Oh, yes you are. Yes, you are.

Lou Conte: Look at this beautiful boy.

Carol Conte: Can you believe we're grandparents? Oh, I think he has your daddy's mouth. You think? Watch his head.

Lou Conte: Oh, here. Here he is.

Carol Conte: Oh, my goodness.

Lou Conte: Oh.

Carol Conte: Oh, wait till Auntie and Uncle Cliff meet him.

Lou Conte: We're putting a crib in your room for when you and Owen come to visit.

Natalie Manning: Just don't take down my Nick Carter poster, okay?

Carol Conte: We won't. We promise.

Natalie Manning: Good.

Carol Conte: Right.

Entrance

April Sexton: Dr. Charles. I heard Bobby was upstairs getting a CT?

Daniel Charles: Yeah, just want to rule out any organic cause for his behaviour, that's all.

April Sexton: You think he's crazy?

Daniel Charles: You mean like delusional or psychotic? Not at all. Quite rational, in fact.

April Sexton: Then why the CT?

Daniel Charles: Actions are a little obsessive, if not compulsive. You know, giving your shoes away in Chicago in the middle of the winter? You've, um... Taken quite an interest in Mr. Parker, haven't you?

April Sexton: Yeah, I guess I have. It's... Never mind.

Daniel Charles: Try me.

April Sexton: St. Francis. He reminds me of St. Francis. I was raised Catholic.

Daniel Charles: Ah.

April Sexton: And growing up, we had this little statue of San Francisco in the garden. Of all the saints, he was my favourite. He gave away all his money, all his possessions, to the poor. Took care of the sick with no thought of himself.

Daniel Charles: Remarkable fella.

April Sexton: I'm not saying Bobby is an actual saint, but... Saintly? Yeah.

Daniel Charles: We're just... Want to make sure we're doing the right thing by him, that's all.

April Sexton: Yeah.

 

Maggie Lockwood: Boss?

Sharon Goodwin: Yeah?

Maggie Lockwood: Peter Kalmick's in Treatment 4.

Sharon Goodwin: What?

Maggie Lockwood: Mm-hmm.

Treatment 4

Sharon Goodwin: What happened?

Peter Kalmick: I've been getting these pounding headaches.

Sarah Reese: His blood pressure spiked. Dr. Movitt put him on a nipride drip. Pressure's coming down.

Sharon Goodwin: Thank you.

Peter Kalmick: Christy Pierce, there's nothing I can do. You understand why the sale of human organs is illegal. Once they have monetary value, at best, poor people will sell them. At worst, people will get killed for them.

Sharon Goodwin: I get all that. How about you try this? Bone marrow is not an organ.

Peter Kalmick: According to the National Organ Transplant Act, it is.

Sharon Goodwin: But that's wrong. A donor's marrow regenerates itself within two weeks. It's just like giving blood.

Peter Kalmick: Come on, Sharon. I've done my homework. In 2011, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that bone marrow donors can be compensated because the cells are blood parts, not organ parts.

Sharon Goodwin: So what's the problem?

Peter Kalmick: The problem is that that's the Ninth Circuit. It's Arizona, Montana. We're in Illinois, the Seventh. It hasn't ruled. Look... I shouldn't just gone into estate planning like my brother. It's so much less stressful.

Sharon Goodwin: I'm sorry you're suffering, Peter, but your stress is nothing compared to what's going on upstairs.

ICU

Jess: Help!

Connor Rhodes: That's Jess's room. She must have thrown a clot.

Jess: Help him, please. Somebody!

Ethan Choi: He was complaining of abdominal pain. CT showed a duodenal hematoma.

Jess: Oh, Mike! Mike...

Mike Carter: Ah!

Connor Rhodes: It must've ruptured. We need to get him up to the OR, now.

Nurse: Yes, Doctor.

Jess: Is he gonna be all right?

Connor Rhodes: We'll do our best.

OR

Connor Rhodes: There's too much blood. More suction.

Nurse: Suction.

Connor Rhodes: There's food particles mixed in with his blood.

Sam Zanetti: Slow down, it won't do you any good if you make the injury bigger.

Connor Rhodes: If he bleeds out, it won't help me, either. It's a big duodenal hematoma with pretty brisk bleeding along the anterior perforation. Stitch?

Sam Zanetti: The lac extends into the second portion.

Connor Rhodes: I can see that.

Sam Zanetti: Stay clear of the ampulla.

Connor Rhodes: What did the Ortho say about the elbow?

Sam Zanetti: Just concentrate on your surgery.

Connor Rhodes: Did he drain it?

Sam Zanetti: Make sure you close transversely.

Connor Rhodes: I got it.

Sam Zanetti: In two layers.

Connor Rhodes: I know what I'm doing.

Sam Zanetti: Don't take that tone with me, Dr. Rhodes. I'm your attending.

Connor Rhodes: Right. Close him up. Unless Dr. Zanetti would prefer to.

Hallway

Maggie Lockwood: Helen?

Helen: Maggie.

Maggie Lockwood: Why are you out here and not with Natalie?

Helen: Oh, um, her... Her parents flew in from Seattle, so... They're in there with her.

Maggie Lockwood: Okay. Oh.

Helen: Je... Jeff was my... My only child, and... And his dad and I divorced when he was three. He's remarried and... Lives in Arizona someplace. The rest of my family is... Gone. Jeff is gone... And Natalie and Owen... They're... They're all I have. They're all...

Maggie Lockwood: Oh, honey.

Helen: I don't want Natalie and the baby go to Seattle.

Maggie Lockwood: I'm selfish too. I don't want Natalie to go.

Treatment

Daniel Charles: Hey there, Bobby.

Bobby: Hey.

Daniel Charles: Got your CT results back. I'd like to go over them with you if you have a sec.

April Sexton: I can finish this later.

Bobby: No, no. Stay. It's... It's fine.

Daniel Charles: So... When we talked before about the change you experienced, you said that it was sudden.  Happened overnight.

Bobby: That's right.

Daniel Charles: The abrupt nature of the change made me wonder if there might be a physical cause. So here, I want you to take a look at something. This... Is an image of a typical brain. And this... Is yours.

Bobby: Why does it look different?

Daniel Charles: Because you, my friend, had a stroke.

Bobby: That's... I know stroke victims. They're... They're crippled or can't speak.

Daniel Charles: There are actually many different kinds of strokes. Yours caused lesions to form in the frontal lobe. That's the region of the brain that controls, among many other things, behaviour and judgment.

Bobby: So you're saying I'm brain damaged?

Daniel Charles: I'm saying that, in your instance, the stroke didn't cause any physical impairment, but it did cause you to become what, clinically, I would describe as pathologically generous. Making you compulsively driven to give.

Bobby: So I help people because of damage to my brain?

Daniel Charles: Basically, yeah.

Bobby: But it feels good. It makes me happy.

Daniel Charles: Makes sense.

Bobby: I... I... Don't want you to fix it.

Daniel Charles: Well, that's fortunate because, truthfully, even if you did, aside from some behavioural therapy, we can't.

Bobby: Okay.

Daniel Charles: Okay. I got back in touch with the shelter. They're happy to have you back. In case you didn't know, you've become something of a star there. Do you mind if I share some details of your condition so that they can help take care of you?

Bobby: Sure.

Daniel Charles: Great.

Hallway

Sharon Goodwin: Please call me if there are any changes. Thank you.

Kathleen Pierce: Was that the National Registry?

Sharon Goodwin: So far no matches, but we're in touch with every donor network in the region. We're not giving up.

Nick Pierce: Mom!

Kathleen Pierce: What is it?

Nick Pierce: Something's wrong with Christy.

Kathleen Pierce: Oh, God. No, Christy!

Sharon Goodwin: No, no, no. We should stay out here. No.

Entrance

Will Halstead: Mr. Blevins is stable. I'm gonna go grab a cup of coffee.

Maggie Lockwood: Take that basket to Natalie, would you? Radiology sent it.

Will Halstead: Maggie?

Maggie Lockwood: Uh-huh.

Will Halstead: You know, I don't want to give anyone the wrong impression.

Maggie Lockwood: The wrong impression?

Will Halstead: Natalie just had a baby.

Maggie Lockwood: Oh. Uh-huh. I know that.

Will Halstead: Her husband died only six months ago.

Maggie Lockwood: I know that too.

Will Halstead: So, I don't want to give anyone the wrong impression.

Maggie Lockwood: It amazes me how dumb a doctor can be. Everybody knows you like Natalie.

Will Halstead: They do?

Maggie Lockwood: So, don't make things too complicated. Just take the basket.

Natalie’s room

Will Halstead: From your fans in radiology.

Natalie Manning: Well, hey there, stranger.

Will Halstead: What can I tell you? These crazy sick people just keep rolling into the ED.

Natalie Manning: Owen started to think you forgot about him.

Will Halstead: Pretty sure the only thing he thinks about is his next hit of dairy.

Natalie Manning: So, tell me what's been going on downstairs.

Will Halstead: You want to talk shop?

Natalie Manning: I'm desperate.

Will Halstead: Well, I do have this one patient. He...

Helen: Hi, Will.

Will Halstead: Hi, Mrs. Manning.

Helen: Oh, please. Call me Helen. I'm so glad you came up. Natalie's been looking for you.

Natalie Manning: Oh, don't guilt him out, Helen.

Helen: I'm afraid I'm good at that. You're a Chicago boy, aren't you, Will?

Will Halstead: Canaryville. Three generations.

Helen: We used to live out in Canaryville. South Aberdeen.

Will Halstead: Okay.

Helen: You guys are talking, so...

Natalie Manning: You know, Mom and Dad just went down to the cafeteria to grab a bite if you want to join them.

Helen: Oh, yeah, I'll do that. Great.

Will Halstead: What's up with her?

Natalie Manning: What do you mean?

Will Halstead: Yesterday she wasn't so friendly.

Natalie Manning: It's the birth. It was very stressful for her.

Will Halstead: Yeah.

Natalie Manning: All right, tell me about this patient.

Will Halstead: Okay, so, he was in a car accident. Severely fractured arm, lung cancer, and as soon as I discharge him, he's going to jail. Oh, and his wife just left him.

Natalie Manning: Ooh, sounds like a country song.

Will Halstead: Yeah. Pretty hopeless case.

Natalie Manning: Hmm. Well, the one thing he's got going for him. At least in prison, he'll get the treatment that he needs.

Will Halstead: Yeah, he will.

Hallway

Connor Rhodes: Hey.

Sam Zanetti: Hey.

Connor Rhodes: About what happened in the OR today...

Sam Zanetti: Pro forma, I was acting as your supervising attending physician.

Connor Rhodes: I think maybe it was more than that. Look, Sam, you're a surgeon, that's who you are, and right now, you can't operate.

Sam Zanetti: Oh, I see. So out of my frustration, I laid into you.

Connor Rhodes: Well...

Sam Zanetti: Couldn't possibly have anything to do with you or your performance, it's just me. I'm the crazy bitch.

Connor Rhodes: Aw, come on. Look. You're taking this the wrong way.

Sam Zanetti: You are such a macho cliché.

Connor Rhodes: Sam, you put yourself at risk to do some serious damage to your arm, and for what? This need to be the big, mighty surgeon? You know that was stupid.

Sam Zanetti: You have this all figured out. You are so full of yourself.

Connor Rhodes: Come on, that's... That's hilarious, coming from you.

Sam Zanetti: You know what, I think this whole thing was a mistake.

Connor Rhodes: Yeah, I'm with you on that.

Hallway

Dr. Farinas: Christy developed staph myocarditis, causing her cardiovascular system to collapse.

Sharon Goodwin: Well, considering her suppressed immune system, it was just a matter of time. How is she now?

Dr. Farinas: Antibiotics are controlling the infection, but it's not a long-term fix. Only by giving her a new immune system can the infection be eradicated. Otherwise...

Sharon Goodwin: Wait... Is Christy stable enough for the transplant?

Dr. Farinas: You mean right now?

Sharon Goodwin: Right now.

Dr. Farinas: Yeah, she is.

Sharon Goodwin: Then do it. Do the transplant.

Dr. Farinas: But the hospital shut it down. We...

Sharon Goodwin: Yes, I'm aware.

Dr. Farinas: Sharon, they'll have your job. And legally, we...

Sharon Goodwin: I will take full responsibility.

Dr. Farinas: All right, I'll prep the team.

Sharon Goodwin: Thank you.

Treatment

April Sexton: Now, you got to promise not to give these away.

Bobby: Okay.

April Sexton: Or any other pieces of clothing. I don't want to see you back here.

Bobby: I promise. I'll be... I'll be...

April Sexton: Bobby? Bobby! Dr. Choi! He's stroking.

Ethan Choi: Let's roll him on his side.

Treatment 1

Will Halstead: Mr. Blevins? Mind if we talk?

Walter Blevins: Nurse says I'm being discharged.

Will Halstead: Yeah, we're almost finished with the paperwork.

Walter Blevins: Then what's there to talk about?

Will Halstead: My brother. He's a cop.

Walter Blevins: Good for you.

Will Halstead: He tells me stories about dumb crimes people commit. He says there are no smart criminals. If they were smart, they wouldn't be criminals.

Walter Blevins: Okay. And?

Will Halstead: I don't think you're dumb, Walter. Yet you carjacked a woman right in front of two police officers… When you first came in, you said you were sorry. I think you really were. You never meant to hurt anyone. That wasn't part of your plan. You don't have health insurance. And without it, the cost of surgery on your arm, that'd be pretty expensive. Not to mention the cost of cancer treatments. Those could easily exceed $200,000.

Walter Blevins: Man, what do you want from me?

Will Halstead: You wanted to get caught... Because in... In prison, health care is free. You don't owe me an answer, but your wife, she ought to know the truth.

Entrance

Daniel Charles: Bobby suffered another ischemic stroke, much more severe this time. His judgment remains impaired despite the medications we've given him, and we have noticed further changes to his temperament.

April Sexton: What kind of changes?

Daniel Charles: They're profound. I've contacted DHS, and they're gonna provide a guardian who can help Bobby get placed in a... In a state-funded nursing home. I'm sorry, April.

Treatment

April Sexton: Hey, Bobby. Here, let me fill that for you...

Bobby: It's mine.

April Sexton: I just want to fill it up...

Bobby: It's mine!

April Sexton: Okay.

ICU

Ethan Choi: Thank you.

Connor Rhodes: Vitals are stable. Incision looks good. He's gonna be fine. They both are.

Ethan Choi: A few hours ago, they didn't even know one another.

Connor Rhodes: Really? Yeah, wouldn't know it to look at 'em.

Ethan Choi: Shared trauma. Saw it in the Navy. People who experience a life and death situation together, it creates a bond.

Connor Rhodes: Hm.

Ethan Choi: Some kind of brain chemistry. I'm sure Dr. Charles can explain it.

Connor Rhodes: Right, so what happens later? After they get back to normal lives? Does it last?

Ethan Choi: I have no idea.

Connor Rhodes: Doubt it.

Hallway

Sharon Goodwin: Nick, you'll have to say "Happy Birthday" to your sister.

Nick Pierce: It's not till summer.

Sharon Goodwin: Well, when a patient receives a transplant, we call that "Day Zero." So, in a way, it's like a second birthday.

Kathleen Pierce: We're so grateful, Sharon. What changed their minds?

Sharon Goodwin: I think they just had to get their priorities straight.

Hallway

Sharon Goodwin: Don't start, Peter. I know what I'm in for.

Peter Kalmick: Hey, hey. I'm the bearer of good news. The hospital's not gonna take action against you given the gravity of the situation. "U.S. prosecutes hospital administrator for saving girl's life." I don't think the Justice Department needs that kind of publicity. So I think it is safe to assume you are in the clear.

Sharon Goodwin: Well, ain't that great.

Peter Kalmick: Sharon?

Sharon Goodwin: A girl has to almost die for this hospital to realize that it's actually here to treat patients? You stay on your blood pressure meds, Peter.

Entrance

Jay Halstead: He puts cops' lives at risk and then he nearly gets that couple killed so he can get free health care? They should let the guy rot.

Will Halstead: The guy was trying to protect his family.

Jay Halstead: Sure. Sure.

Will Halstead: Here's a stat for you. Health care expenses account for over half of all bankruptcies in the U.S. Be thankful you got a great health plan.

Jay Halstead: I hope you report this.

Will Halstead: Doctor/patient confidentiality and you're not gonna say anything, either.

Sean Roman: This knucklehead ready to be signed out?

Will Halstead: Yeah.

Sean Roman: Okay, then.

Will Halstead: It isn't exactly free health care, Jay. The guy is going to prison.

Office

Connor Rhodes: Here. Hey...

Sam Zanetti: I got benched for two weeks.

Connor Rhodes: How about dinner? I'll even cut your steak for you.

Sam Zanetti: Okay.

Connor Rhodes: Okay.

Entrance

Will Halstead: So you're off?

Natalie Manning: Mm-hmm.

Will Halstead: All right. See you later, little man. Oh. Let me know if you need anything.

Natalie Manning: Thank you.

Will Halstead: All right. Helen.

Helen: Will. You know, I think that Will's a very nice man.

Natalie Manning: Yeah, he is.

Carol Conte: Oh! Hi. Dad's outside with the car.

Natalie Manning: Okay, here we go.

Carol Conte: Here we are. Cover him up.

Helen: Want me to take that?

Carol Conte: Oh, I'm good.

 

April Sexton: He's gone. The Bobby I knew is gone.

Daniel Charles: Hmm.

April Sexton: I mean, maybe he never really existed. I wanted to believe that self-sacrifice came from the soul...

Daniel Charles: And not lesions on the brain?

April Sexton: I mean, what if there's no such thing as saints? What if Mother Theresa, Gandhi, Saint Francis... They all just... Were people who suffered a stroke to the frontal lobe?

Daniel Charles: Who knows? Theories abound. I mean, as a shrink, I'm supposed to tell you that we project saintly qualities onto others 'cause we need to. Makes us feel hopeful. Safe.

April Sexton: Hm.

Daniel Charles: But this I know for certain: whoever those people were or weren't, they absolutely understood the power of a simple act of human kindness.

April Sexton: I guess I'm just trying to figure out what to believe in right now.

Daniel Charles: I don't know… Sometimes I think... Proof's all around us.

Will Halstead: You're almost there. You're doing great.

Ethan Choi: Whoa, whoa, whoa. I got him. I got him. I got him right here. Hold him. Oh. You good? Here we go.

 Patient: Be more careful.

Sarah Reese: Yeah. Be careful.

Maggie Lockwood: I got you some tea.

Daniel Charles: You just got to remember where to look.

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Sonmi451 (23:24)

Haaa ça je sais! lol

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Sur ce, moi, il parait que je dois retourner travailler (et pelleter), alors je vous souhaite une excellente fin de soirée et une bonne nuit

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Bon courage au travail
Bonne nuit et bonne fin de soirée.

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Travailles-bien !

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Sur ce j'y vais aussi.

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Bonne journée à tous! Et Joyeuse St-Nicolas!

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Vous êtes nombreux à fêter la Saint Nicolas ?

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En tout cas chez moi aussi ça se fête Alors bonne Saint Nicolas

arween (19:05)

Dans le sud, ça ne se fête pas du tout

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Et oui c'est plutôt du nord et de l'est de la France +la Belgique, si je ne dis pas de bêtise ^^

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ouais donc loin de chez moi ^^

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vous avez des fêtes spéciales par chez vous ?

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Non rien du tout

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Ah attends si on la fête de mai.

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Mais je crois que c'est juste à Nice

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la fête de mai ?

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Oui, chez moi aussi il y a la Saint Nicolas (Nord Est) ! et le père fouettard...pour les pas gentils...ne me sens évidement pas concernée!

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Honnêtement je ne sors pas beaucoup là où il y a foule alors je sais pas trop ce qu'ils font

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coucou ah oui le folklore local ^^

Lolo1710 (19:27)

Saint Nicolas c'est sacré en Belgique, les primaires font un spectacle chaque année puis les autre c'est surtout pour les bonbons ?

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Ou les chocolats et les coquilles

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Ouaip, un truc génial aussi mais c'est peut être que dans mon école, c'est les filles qui font régime et qui troc des bonbons contre des mandarines

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Moi je fais saint-Nicolas car mon homme est du nord-Est mais ma fête à moi arrive jeudi. ^^

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Avec la fête des lumières.

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Bonsoir au fait!

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Bonsoir Ah la fête des lumières ça doit être joli ^^

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Très.

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Cette année, je vais me contenter de mettre les lampions aux fenêtres.

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Case 5 du calendrier de l'avent de Downton Abbey vient d'être dévoilée.

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