Chicago Med (2015) s07e22 Episode Script

And Now We Come to the End

Were you able to track down any info on my biological father? I don't wanna disrupt his life.
But it's what Vanessa wants.
Sharon, I'm lost.
This is my colleague, Dr.
Richardson.
We've met.
We did the family therapy, remember? Does she not know about us? I haven't found the right time to tell her.
Is that really it, Daniel? The Vas-COM trial, please tell me - you're not gonna testify.
- I am.
These people will do anything to protect themselves.
You don't know what they're capable of.
Some gang members got away.
I'm afraid there's a mole in CPD who tipped them off.
- I've been made.
- It's too dangerous to stay with me, but I have a friend who's fixing up a building.
Dylan, my name, it's Jo.
Come on, Jo.
Let's get you safe.
Bus schedule? Headed to Cicero.
It's safer to wait till tonight.
You got everything Cash, burner phones? Yeah, I'm good.
I'll find some fleabag and buy a beater in the morning, and then I'm gone.
You know, if you're right and there's a dirty cop in the middle of all this, you can't contact anyone.
You trust your dad? Of course I do.
Hey.
Come here.
Give him this My covert wire device.
Every conversation I recorded with the unwittings, and police reports, evidence of busts where less money and drugs were recovered than were supposed to be there, and it all points to some dirty cop with sticky fingers.
Okay.
You stay safe, all right? Yo, birthday girl, what are you doing here on your special day? I'm meeting with Dr.
Halstead about the trial.
But I'll celebrate tonight.
Is Anna coming? Your birthday party? She wouldn't miss it.
And Lonnie said she's coming too, so I'm guessing you told Anna about the two of you.
You know what? I actually I haven't yet.
I tried to do it the other night, but, you know, her boyfriend was breaking up with her, - and it just - And, and, and, and what? Well, it just didn't seem like the right time.
But, you know what? I have to, and guess what.
- Hmm? - She's coming here, and we're going to your thing together tonight.
So I will tell her this afternoon.
I'll see you tonight.
- Talk to me, Cesar.
- Donna Woods, 55, GCS 14.
You're going to Treatment 6.
Donna, honey, what happened? - You know her? - Close the door the cat will get out.
You're wasting water.
Frequent flyer She's an alcoholic.
She fell, hit her head, won't stop bleeding.
Okay.
On my count.
- One, two, three.
- Hit her head.
Thank you.
It's all right, Donna.
We got you.
Pulse is rapid.
We can use the eggs.
- Caput medusae.
- Bad sign.
All right, press on the midline of her abdomen.
It's all right, Donna.
- Ascites? - Yeah, a lot of fluid.
All right, let's get a CBC, CMP, coags, ammonia labs, - and a CT abdomen and pelvis.
- I'm on it.
- End-stage liver disease? - Yeah.
Every indication.
Let's rinse her head wound, and I'll staple it shut.
All right.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Thought you'd be in a gown by now.
Oh, I'm putting that off as long as possible.
Why? I think you'd wear it well.
- Pamela.
- Sam.
- You mind? - He can stay.
Thanks for coming in on a Sunday.
A C5/C6 corpectomy with a C4-7 anterior fusion - Wouldn't miss it for the world.
- Share your plan? To mitigate risk of complications, I've ordered pre-op solumedrol and riluzole.
Intraop, we'll maintain MAP goals and spinal cord perfusion.
- How's that sound? - Sounds like a blast.
Let's hope not.
You should be gowned.
See you on the other side.
Ooh, I gotta say, I do not like being on this side of the scalpel.
Hey, in no time at all, you're gonna be back in the O.
R.
giving me hell.
- I'll let you get changed.
- Okay.
Listen, um, before Avery gets here, I want you to have this.
You sure? Absolutely.
No one I trust more.
Don't accept the defense's statements as facts.
Read documents thoroughly before answering any questions about them.
Don't hesitate to correct mistakes.
Listen, I'm not a lawyer.
But it sounds like you're ready for tomorrow.
I'm ready to get it over with, that's for sure.
There's a lot of people who aren't happy I'm testifying.
I'm sorry, Dr.
Halstead.
When I asked you to take this on, I didn't fully account for the stress that Ms.
Goodwin, I'm not complaining.
Yeah, I should probably get downstairs.
- My shift's starting soon.
- All right.
Well, I'll call you tomorrow after my testimony's over with let you know how it went.
Oh, that won't be necessary.
I'll be in the gallery watching for myself.
- Ms.
Goodwin, you don't - You think I'd abandon you in the home stretch? Uh-uh.
We're seeing this through together.
Thank you.
Maggie! And a good morning.
How was your Saturday night? Eh, I survived.
I'm glad I ran into you, though.
I wanted to ask, any luck on finding my biological father? Look, I don't mean to be pushy, but ever since meeting him became this real possibility, I - I understand.
- Look, if you just even wanna give me his name, I can still Vanessa, no.
I told you.
I have to be the one to reach out to him, - and once I find him - Okay.
But if you need any help, just let me know, all right? I'm, like, a bona fide internet sleuth.
- I can find anyone.
- Thanks, Sherlock.
That's frightening, but It's good to know.
Ms.
Lambert, I'm Dr.
Halstead.
It's Julia.
This is my boyfriend, Owen.
- Hi.
- BP 108/72, heart rate 68.
Good, but I understand you're experiencing some discomfort with urination? Really mild, though.
Okay, well, let me check your belly for areas of tenderness.
This was totally overkill, coming into the emergency room, - but Owen insisted.
- Well, I just didn't wanna take any chances before tomorrow.
Sit up for me, would you? What's on deck tomorrow? Uh, Julia is donating one of her kidneys to me.
Oh, wow.
That's in incredible.
I don't know about that.
I'm pretty crazy about this guy.
Just wanna make sure he sticks around.
I have polycystic kidney disease, and I've been managing with dialysis for years, but about six months ago, I developed eosinophilia, and the doctor said it was probably time I needed a new kidney, so.
And Julia, you offered to get tested - to see if you're a match? - Like I said, I'm invested in keeping him around.
Please tell me this is nothing.
May very well be.
The discomfort you described could be an allergic reaction to underwear or soap or even physical activity like cycling Oh, I took a spin class on Monday.
Ah, there you go.
But I do wanna run a urine analysis and culture to rule out a UTI.
An infection would delay the transplant, wouldn't it? - I'm afraid so.
- Babe, that's fine.
If that's what the doctor says has to happen, we can wait.
Well, let's not get ahead of ourselves just yet.
We'll see what the labs say, and in the meantime, I'm gonna have our OB-GYN, Dr.
Asher, come by.
If she think it's necessary, she'll perform a pelvic exam.
- Okay, thanks.
- Thank you.
You got it.
It's okay.
Donna, are you sure you don't want a family member with you? Your daughter, Erin, is listed as your emergency contact.
Would you like us to call her? Over a bump on the head? Don't bother her.
My Erin works too hard.
Donna, it's more than just a bump on the head.
Do you remember what I just told you? You're in end-stage liver failure, and your kidneys are also beginning to shut down.
Whatever you gotta do.
Donna, honey.
You don't have much time.
I'm sorry, but you're dying, and we wanna make you as comfortable as possible.
Don't go making a fuss over me.
Put a Band-Aid on it and send me on All right, Donna.
You rest.
Okay, sweetie.
I don't think she has the capacity to make end-of-life decisions, but I'd really like a second opinion.
Well, I happen to know that Dr.
Charles is in his office today.
It's his day off, though.
Maybe he wouldn't mind doing a quick capacity eval.
- Let's ask him.
- Yeah.
Hey, Dean, just a little reminder I got my dad's military committal service.
Oh, I was just gonna offer to chauffeur since I'm going too.
It's nice of you, but it's just going to be me, a few neighbors, and a couple guys he served with.
Oh, okay.
I'm just saying, you don't have to No, I want to.
Your father was one of us.
Appreciate that.
Dr.
Choi or Dr.
Archer, I've got Zach Dayle-Kalmick in Treatment 4 16-year-old male, injured his knee playing lacrosse.
Ah.
Do you know the origins of lacrosse? - Pops, stop.
- Truly, Peter, give it a rest.
It was used to prepare warriors for combat.
Does that sound like a game 16-year-olds should be playing? Okay, this is Zach's third injury this season.
- Agh.
- Sorry, buddy.
- Pes anserinus.
- Pes what? Can can you spell that? Is that one word or two? Okay, Peter.
We're going for a walk.
What are you talking about? Zach needs us here.
- I don't.
- He doesn't, and the doctors need you out of their way, so come on.
Page ortho.
I want a full work-up on that knee.
Pes ans whatever.
Is that serious? 'Cause there's a scout from Villanova coming in two weeks, and he's gotta see me play.
Pes anserinus is just a fancy way of saying bursitis, which is another fancy way of saying sac on the side of the knee.
It's definitely painful, but not a big problem.
You're gonna get an MRI See if there's anything else going on.
Hey, Dr.
Halstead, can I talk to you for a second? Um, should Julia maybe not donate? Well, we haven't gotten her lab work back yet, so it's too soon to decide if the transplant - needs to be postponed.
- No, no, I don't mean postponed.
I'm asking if she shouldn't donate ever.
Something I'm missing here, Owen? Um, it's just that I've been wanting to break up with Julia for a while.
I'm not in love with her.
Avery.
How's my mom? Yeah, surgery just started.
So far, so good.
Look, Avery, I know we haven't spoken since your mom and I You don't have to do this, Crockett.
No, no, I know.
I wanna make sure you know I was not seeing your mom and you at the same time.
I do know.
It's not like you and I had a thing, and anyway, I haven't seen my mom this happy in, like, maybe forever.
- So we're good? - Mm.
Yeah, so, definitely a lot of denial there, which is, of course, a major component of alcoholism.
But the real issue is her lucidity.
You know, brain damage from years and years of abuse.
She tried so many times to get sober.
She just couldn't do it.
Do you think she has capacity? Well, at this point, gotta say no.
She does not have the capability to make decisions regarding her own care.
She have any family? Daughter she's flying in, should be in in a couple of hours.
Okay, well, until then, you're calling the shots, Dr.
Scott? Yeah.
Owen was already thinking about breaking up with Julia when he was told he needed a transplant.
But then immediately, Julia offered to get tested.
And obviously, Owen didn't try to stop her.
No, I mean, he was so touched by her generosity, he thought maybe he was falling in love with her.
It's gratitude, not love.
Julia told me that they're planning to get married someday, so if he's not serious about her, she should know.
Owen's had multiple transfusions over the years, and now his antibodies That makes him extremely difficult to match.
What if Julia backs out of the transplant? It could be years before he finds another donor, if ever.
Well, she has every right to back out.
How will she feel if Owen gets her kidney and then he just breaks up with her? Hannah, you are willing to jeopardize a life-saving surgery because this kid can't promise eternal love? You're willing to con Julia into this? - I wouldn't put it that way.
- Well, I would, and I'm not ready to medically clear her for surgery tomorrow.
Her urine culture showed no bacteria.
I still wanna run a CBC to check her WBC.
That's a stall.
She doesn't even have a fever.
Hey, you asked me to consult.
I'm gonna run whatever test I see fit.
Okay, there you go.
She's tachy and hypotensive.
Type and cross 4 and 4 and give a half liter of albumin 5% in the meantime.
There's blood in here.
Any update on her daughter's ETA? Her flight should be landing soon.
All right, page general surgery.
- Mm-hmm.
- Given her abdominal pain, I'm thinking she perforated a duodenal ulcer.
Can Donna survive a surgery in her shape? I don't We don't have another option.
Otherwise, she won't make it through the hour.
I'll go grab transport.
- Here you go.
- Oh, thanks.
- Have you heard anything? - Still a little early.
- Can't be done yet.
- We have an issue.
We've encountered significant bleeding from the vertebral artery, which had an aberrant course into the C5 bone.
Well, have you gotten control of the bleed? Temporarily, yes, but obviously, we need a permanent solution.
- So? - Two options: I can either ligate and sac the vessel - or I can try to repair it.
- What's better? Ligating would be the safest option.
It'll eliminate the risk of your mother bleeding to death during surgery.
Thank you for sharing your expertise.
However, that does carry a slight chance of stroke, which could do further insult to her fine motor skills.
And reconstructing the vessel? That's the best course of action to restore full function in your mother's arm.
However, it does carry a high risk of severe acute and post-operative bleeding as well as delayed pseudoaneurysm and dissection formation.
In other words, reconstructing the vessel is much more dangerous.
Thank you once again.
So what do you think your mother would want? Oh, God, um This decision, it needs to be made now.
If there's a chance she could lose even a small amount of function in her hands, she'd be against it.
Knowing your mother, I'd agree.
So the only option is to reconstruct the vessel.
No.
You'd be flying blind.
You won't know till you get going if you can repair it primarily or need to suture in a graft, or worst case scenario, you have to do a bypass.
- No.
- Crockett, it's not your call.
Actually, it is.
I'm sorry, but your mother gave me power of attorney.
What? No.
No, no, no.
Ligate and sac the vessel.
All right.
How could she do this? I'm her daughter.
Avery You better have made the right call.
Oh, good.
You're here already.
Because, um, there's something that I There's something that I've been meaning to talk to you about.
- What, did I do something? - No.
No, nothing like that.
Um, look, you figured out by now.
You know, it It's probably pretty unlikely that your mom and I are gonna get back together, right? Yeah, you hate each other.
That's not true, and you know it.
Damn.
I thought I did a better job of protecting you from all that stuff.
Yeah.
A for effort, Dad.
Well, anyway, look, sweetie, I have actually started to see somebody.
Um, and she's coming to the party tonight.
You actually know her.
Her name is Lonnie Richardson.
Lonnie, your therapist? You're dating your therapist? Well, hadn't been my therapist for over a year.
- Really? - Yeah.
It seems a little weird, but, I mean, if you're okay with it, then I'm okay with it.
I mean Then great.
- You're okay with it? - Sure.
- Really? - Mm-hmm.
Your white blood count is in what we call the high normal range.
Yeah, emphasis on normal.
There is no sign of infection.
I even spoke with your transplant surgeon.
She feels more than comfortable proceeding tomorrow.
But if you don't feel comfortable, Julia If you wanna wait until you're feeling better No, no, I definitely don't wanna wait.
The sooner we get this over with, the sooner we can start planning our future.
A meniscus tear? How long is that gonna keep me off the field? At least six weeks.
Okay, no.
- No, I - Zach, if you play on it before it's fully healed, the tear will worsen and further injure the joint.
Yeah, it could take you out of the game for good.
But the season's over in a month.
I'm so sorry, Z.
Hey, you'll be able to play again next season.
But that's the second semester of my senior year.
Recruiting will be finished.
Oh.
Oh, of course, you're happy.
- Zach, come on.
- No, no.
He never wanted me to play in the first place.
- Now you got your wish.
- Zach, please.
No, just Just leave me alone.
Subperiosteally dissect the muscle over the transverse processes.
Got it, and drilling them thin will unroot the vertebral artery.
Um, how are you planning to avoid avulsing any important branch arteries? You're welcome to observe, Dr.
Marcel.
But keep your thoughts and questions to yourself, all right? Trauma surgeons I'm just trying to protect him.
- You understand? - I do.
- But? - Personal experience? Sometimes the urge to protect can do more harm than good.
Oh, Dr.
Asher, can you, um Which one do you think Julia would like better? - You know her best.
- Yeah, okay.
Camel then, I think.
I don't know.
I know, stupid.
I just I don't know what else I could do.
Do? Making an effort to repay her, right? For what she's doing for me.
But I just want her to know how grateful I am.
You can't ever repay her.
It's true.
Giving someone your organ's not a transactional thing.
Julia's doing it because she loves you.
She believes that the two of you will build a life together.
Yeah.
Owen, are you having reservations about her donating? Okay, well, whatever you're feeling, you need to talk to her.
Transplant surgery is a deep connection.
It's a union of sorts.
A piece of Julia will be with you forever.
Dr.
Scott, this is Erin Porter, Donna's daughter.
- Her surgery? - Oh, they did the best they could, but there was a lot of inflammation and bleeding.
Ultimately, they weren't able to repair the vessel that carries blood to her heart.
So she's dying? Yes.
I'm very sorry.
How long does she have? Maybe a day or two, but most likely hours.
Okay.
Can she, um Can she hear me? We can't know for sure, but there's a lot of evidence that hearing is the last sense to go.
So, um, we'll give you some time with your mom.
If you're expecting forgiveness or compassion, it's not coming.
You don't deserve it.
I used to hate coming home from school every day, dreaded walking through that door.
I never knew which version of you I was going to get.
Paranoid and ranting mom? Passed out on the kitchen floor mom? What the hell was wrong with you? Probably a good idea for her to get it out, don't you think? Do you have any idea of what you did to me? The misery you put me through? You're already dead.
You died for me a long time ago.
I'm done.
Hey, Zach.
Where are your dads? Dad's getting coffee.
I don't know where Pop is.
Guess I was a little rough on him.
- Hey, you mind? - Yeah.
Uh So, um, my dad, he died recently, and to be honest, the two of us didn't have the best relationship.
Too many things went unsaid.
I had a lot of built-up resentment.
After my dad died, I learned some things that made me see him in a different light.
Sometimes, our parents say things and do things that make us angry that we don't understand until we can stand back a little and look at it differently.
I think you know your pops isn't happy about your injury.
In fact, it's the opposite, right? He hates seeing you hurt.
That's why he struggles so much with you playing lacrosse.
He wants to protect you.
All right, hey, get some rest, all right? Okay, zooming in now.
You've got a good exposure.
What are you waiting for? Okay, this is the moment of truth, Dr.
Marcel.
Are you sure you don't want me to try and repair it? There's no turning back after this.
Sac the vessel.
Let's get her off the table.
Come on.
- You heard the man.
- Medium size hemoclips.
Careful you don't injure the nerve root with that clip.
Stop talking, Dr.
Marcel! Got some bleeding.
Did you just tear the artery? Bipolar to Gottfried.
Just a small bleed from the venous plexus.
It's under control.
Can you zoom in with the exoscope? I need to get a better view of the What you need is to take a walk.
- Sam, come on.
I - Out! Now! Hi, Dan.
Are we still meeting at Sharon's party? You know, I just wanted to, um I thought it'd be a good idea if we had a chat first, uh, because there's something that, um So I told Anna about us, and she's fine with it.
Oh, well, that's terrific, right? All your projecting and conflict avoidance for no reason.
You should feel relieved.
Yeah, but I don't.
That's the thing.
I don't, really.
I don't.
And it's just that you Lonnie, you were my therapist for so many years.
I think I'm having a difficult time adjusting to this phase of our relationship.
All relationships have a period of adjustment.
But I'm thinking that maybe my reluctance to tell Anna wasn't necessarily about Anna That maybe it was more about us, and I just wonder if maybe If maybe your intimacy issues resurfaced.
Now, I expected that to happen Well, you see, that's it right there.
That's it it's like you know too much about me All my all my patterns, all my crutches.
It's like it makes me self-conscious.
You know, I'm starting to censor myself around you, and I really don't wanna do that.
Wait, are you breaking this off? I am, and I'm sorry to do it so abruptly.
But, you know what? I feel myself starting to Yup avoid a difficult conversation, and I don't wanna do that to you.
You deserve better.
Well, I'm I wasn't expecting this.
I, um I don't know what to say.
I'm sorry.
Yeah, you said that already.
Okay, so Julia, here is your discharge paperwork and instructions for surgery tomorrow.
You can't have anything to eat after 10:00 p.
m.
I told her.
He's breaking up with me.
Julia I'm really sorry.
You could've told me a lot sooner.
I know.
I should've.
Okay, so would you like us to talk to the transplant surgeon, - cancel tomorrow's surgery? - Yes.
No.
I'm going through with it.
Julia You don't have to do that.
If we're together or not, it doesn't matter.
The reason I wanted to donate was to save your life.
Julia, are you sure about this? Yes.
I'll see you back here at 6:00 a.
m.
Listen, I'm glad we came early 'cause maybe we'll get a chance to catch the sunset.
Oh, it should be amazing up here.
You maybe wanna sit down.
It's okay.
I don't know if it's worse standing or sitting.
Let me check on our table.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa! - Ooh, I'm so sorry.
We'll get a technician on that right away.
It's fine.
No, don't worry about it.
Anna, you okay? Yeah, totally fine, just like All right, well, let's go to the bar.
Our table should be ready any minute.
Wow, this place is spectacular.
Listen, Lonnie texted.
She said she had to beg off.
Uh, your date's not coming? I will fill you in later.
- Has Donna passed? - Not yet.
Her daughter came back to say goodbye.
Despite all the grief and pain, she came back.
You know, I see this with kids all the time.
No matter how bad the parent is, the kid can't stand the thought of losing them.
Special menu tonight.
First, a fig and walnut amuse-bouche followed by seafood bisque or vegan asparagus soup.
Did you and Lonnie have a fight? We broke up.
I just want one of everything Looks amazing.
Well, this is all Tara's doing.
Bravo, T.
Are you sad? Oh! Oh, my God.
Tara? My water just broke.
- Oh, we have to get you to the hospital.
But your party.
Forget the party.
She's having a baby.
- I'll get the elevator.
- We have a small issue - on that front.
- What? Don't worry.
We'll figure it out.
You only have one elevator? To the restaurant, yes, unfortunately.
How long will it take to fix it? Hydraulics is a couple of hours, maybe.
- Ma.
- Yes? I think I think that the baby is coming.
Oh, my goodness.
Okay, I just need you to start breathing, baby, okay? All right.
Breathe through it, baby.
Breathe through it.
There you go.
That was good.
That was a big one.
I thought they were just Braxton Hicks.
Let's get one of these under your sacrum, okay? Come down a little.
There we go.
And those behind her head.
Good.
No, no, no.
I'm supposed to have a C-section after my myomectomy.
Yeah, I know.
I know, honey.
But look, I know that's what was recommended, but we may not get to the hospital in time.
Look at me.
I have helped bring hundreds of babies into this world.
I can do this, okay? All right, okay.
Anna, I need you to get your phone and time the length of the contractions and how far apart they are.
- Okay.
- All right, baby.
Just keep breathing.
Come on.
Breathe.
Breathe now.
So limit your activity.
Try not to twist or rotate your knee, and it should heal without surgery.
- Thank you, Ethan.
- Sure.
Look, Pop I'm sorry.
No, I'm the one who should be sorry.
Listen, I, um, I called your coach, and he secured a spot for you in one of Villanova's prospect camps this fall.
- What? - Yeah, he says a lot of kids get recruited in their senior year from these camps, and you're gonna be fine.
You did that for me? - 'Sup, Peter.
- Okay.
It's okay.
Thank you, Pop.
Happy family, huh? Yeah.
Better get going.
Maggie.
Hello, Grant.
Thank you for coming.
Of course.
I'm sorry I broke the adoption agreement - Oh, no.
- And I'm sorry - if I upended your life.
- No, Maggie.
I'm so happy to see you after all these years.
Vanessa's excited to meet you.
I wanna meet her too.
Hi, Mr.
Young.
It's Grant.
Just Grant.
So you're a doctor? Yeah.
A beautiful, young woman.
Please? Okay, I see the head.
I see the head.
What is it? I present this flag to you, in recognition of your father's years of honorable and faithful service to his country.
Lieutenant Commander Patrick Choi departing.
- Ready? - Yes, okay, okay, it's coming.
Okay.
Go, that's it.
That's it.
That's it! That's it! Oh, there he is.
Oh, it's a boy? Oh, this little baby Gerald.
You're the one who should have this.
Well, you got your natural childbirth after all.
It'll be quite the story to tell him when he's older.
Hi, it's me.
It's Dad.
Um, I'd love to hear from you.
So please give me a call.
Oh, my God.
That was nuts.
I'm never having a baby.
You know, for now, I'd say that's a pretty solid plan.
But, I mean, I don't know, maybe you could change your mind.
You know, sometimes, it just takes meeting the right person.
So was Lonnie not baby material then? You are hilarious.
Kay, grab my fingers on both hands, hard as you can.
Good.
Yeah, that's real good.
Marked improvement in grip strength versus pre-op.
Okay, let's do the ol' finger to the nose.
Let's do that again.
What's going on? I didn't have dysmetria prior to the surgery.
We'll need an MRI to confirm, but I suspect you may have suffered a small cerebellar stroke from sacrificing the vertebral artery.
Wait, why did you sacrifice it? Did you even attempt to repair it? Uh, look.
Listen, it was too high risk.
You could've bled out on the table, developed a pseudoaneurysm.
- You didn't - Not to mention, - you'd need anticoagula - Oh, my God.
I trusted you.
- How could you do this to me? - Your life was on the line.
If I can't operate again What does it matter? The window is officially unstuck.
If you were a normal handyman, I'd tip you.
But that might feel a little weird.
It all feels a little weird, doesn't it? Yeah.
Worst meet-cute in history.
I was OD'ing and you narcan'd me.
Well, I mean, we could try starting fresh.
- Like we never met? - Yeah.
New neighbors.
Hi.
Hanna Asher.
Will Halstead.
Care to join me for a cup of ramen, neighbor? Only if you can spare another.
Jo.
Jo, you still there? It's me.
Dylan? What are you doing here? I had to see you before you leave.
- I don't have much time.
- Yeah, yeah.
I know, I know.
I just I just couldn't let you leave, not without telling you.
What the hell? - You smell smoke? - Yeah.
Hey, the building's on fire.
You need to get out.
I need to grab my things.
- We coming.
- Hurry! We're coming.
Yo.
Come on, Jo.
We gotta go.
You lying bitch.
Come on, let's go.
- Dylan! - Go ahead.
- I'm right behind you.
- I won't leave without you.
It's not safe for you to stay here! - Dylan.
- Take the back stairs.
Please, Jo! Go.
I'll call for help.
- Hey, I heard a gunshot.
- He was coming for Milena.
I had to.
Hey, hey! Hey, stay with me.
Hey! Let's get him out of here.
Pick him up.
Yeah.
All right, one, two, three.
It's Jo's.
No, no.
Stop, stop.
Back stairwell.
Here.
Let's go.
Whoa, whoa!
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