ER s15e21 Episode Script

I Feel Good

I got a meeting at 9, maybe the weekend will be better.
-No.
He's getting discharged tomorrow.
-You're about to start a shift.
I can get someone to cover.
[AMBULANCE SlREN WAlLlNG] Look, it's okay to be nervous.
-We don't know about this baby.
-Most times you don't.
He seems perfect right now.
I'd rather do this when we can spend time with him.
Let's start with five minutes and take it from there.
-Good morning.
MORRlS: Yes, it is.
I will pick you up at 8:30.
-What should I wear?.
-Something fancy.
-I hate surprises.
-Okay.
Okay.
It involves fine dining and some other things.
-Archie.
-Gonna be a big night.
Big night?.
Popping the question?.
Are you crazy?.
We're in the honeymoon phase.
Year from now, we could hate each other.
And I thought romance was dead.
Big surprise is I've been studying an instructional DVD for two weeks.
What happens in your bedroom stays in your bedroom.
I'm taking her salsa dancing.
She's Puerto Rican, in her blood.
And I have to work on it.
-Yes, you do.
-I do.
You should be dressed before you start your shift.
I'm not on today.
I'm volunteering at Camp Del Corazon.
-ls that today?.
-Camp Del what?.
For kids who've had open-heart surgery.
Kids with heart disease running around?.
We should get some business here.
It's nothing strenuous.
Arts and crafts, face painting, a little charades.
Excuse me.
Cate, can we--?.
[DOOR BUZZES] I'm gonna go and check on him.
Felix Kirsch, found unconscious in park.
Scalp hematoma, blood from the ear.
-Trauma rooms are full.
-Curtain 2.
BARDELLl: Started seizing.
Gave four of Ativan.
-Another two.
Did he fall?.
BARDELLl: Maybe mugged.
-Police there.
-Gotta consider cardiac metabolic and toxicologic etiologies.
All right.
That's more like it.
Um, I'll just start them off.
MARQUEZ: Ready.
One, two, three.
[GATES AND MARQUEZ GRUNT] Okay.
Felix, open your eyes, look at me, Felix.
He's postictal.
Call parents?.
-Didn't have time.
-Here's his lD.
Ruptured his eardrum.
I can come back after work.
Pupils equal and reactive.
You got everything under control, I'm going to Pediatrics.
All right.
Gram of dilantin over 2O.
BANFlELD: How are you doing today?.
Hmm.
Did you get a good night's sleep?.
Did you?.
Did you?.
-He likes the rocker.
-Ah.
I want you to meet someone.
[BABY GURGLlNG] I want you to meet my husband.
His name's Russell.
-Hello.
-Wash your hands?.
Yes.
[CRYlNG] Settle down little man.
Settle down.
Settle down.
You know what?.
He seemed happier with you.
[BANFlELD CHUCKLES] -Do you wanna take him?.
-Oh, no, no, no.
No need to fuss.
-Okay.
-Russell's a good guy.
That's better.
That's better.
Yeah.
He's tracking objects with his eyes.
Mm-hm.
And he smiles at people.
RUSSELL: Yes, you do.
Yeah, developmental milestones of a two-month old.
Ah.
You're a very advanced young man.
Uh-huh.
[BABY BABBLES] [BOTH CHUCKLE] My protective custodianship is over when he's discharged.
RUSSELL: Mm-hm.
If we're serious about adopting, we have to take a state-certified parenting class.
[RUSSELL COOS] When do we start?.
Huh?.
We gonna start now.
[MlCHAEL JACKSON'S ""BLAME lT ON THE BOOGlE"" PLAYlNG OVER SPEAKER] [CHATTERlNG AND CHEERlNG] WOMAN: Woo! Woo! Hey, Archie.
-Archie Morris?.
-Yeah.
I'm Vera.
Um, you need to see the Big Kahuna.
-Okay.
-Kahuna, this is Archie.
Been looking forward to meeting you.
Hey.
Why don't you jump in and, uh, follow my lead?.
On second thought, see that kid over there?.
His name is Logan.
See if you can get him to join us.
-Okay.
All right.
-Yeah.
Over there.
Hey, Logan.
How's it going?.
-Looks like fun out there.
-Lame.
I never cared much for, uh, dancing when I was a kid either.
[DANCERS CHEER] You play basketball?.
No.
What do you like?.
You're wasting your time, I don't want to be here, okay?.
My parents made me come.
Have you been out of the country?.
Uh, two months ago.
Machu Picchu.
I might not need a scalpel, then.
-Kayson called about a biopsy.
-I'll call him back.
He faxed a report.
Thanks.
ERlC: Hey, doc?.
Do I need a tetanus shot?.
If it's been more than five years, yeah.
Oh, my God.
Bot fly larva.
It's, uh, endemic to South America.
Are--?.
Are they taking over my body?.
The fly lays eggs on you and the larva burrows under the skin.
You'd know if there's more.
I'll be back.
GATES: Your bookshelves are empty.
FRANK: You need some artwork.
NEELA [OVER COMPUTER]: I'm still in boxes.
Way they're working me, it'll be a year before I get settled in.
[GATES CHUCKLES] Neela's showing us her office.
Hey, look, Simon's here.
Hey, there.
This is my new home.
That's impressive.
Oh, check this out.
GATES: Wow, assistant professor of surgery.
We get residents from Tulane, so I do have a faculty position.
Well, I'll be sure to tell Dubenko.
RAY : I brought the stuff you wanted from home.
-Who are you talking to? -County.
Yeah? -Hey, guys.
-Hi, Ray.
Ray.
Um, I'm gonna be late for the OR, I just wanted to check in.
-Call anytime.
-Y eah, we miss you.
T ake care.
Bye.
[ALL CHEERlNG] Yeah.
Rule of the friendship bracelet is you can't keep it for yourself.
You have to give it to someone really special.
Who are you giving yours to, Xena?.
I haven't decided yet.
You can give it to your husband.
I don't have one of those.
-Do you have a boyfriend?.
-Not right now.
You?.
A boyfriend?.
Pfft.
Y eah, right.
-Why not?.
-Guys tend to avoid me.
What?.
Come on.
You' re pretty and you' re smart.
I' m a freak with scars and a bad heart.
I had a cardiac arrest in class and the paramedics had to give me CPR.
It's kind of a buzzkill to the guys.
That and my internal defibrillator.
-What's your heart defect?.
-Tetrology of fallot.
-So you had a BT shunt?.
-Mm-hm.
I had hypoplastic left-heart syndrome.
I needed a Norwood, Glenn and Fontan before my transplant.
You know, the great thing about camp is that we all fit in.
You don't have to worry about your scar.
Just be yourself and go crazy.
[PLAYERS GRUNTlNG] MAN: Come on.
Let's make those.
Let's make those.
Woo! Nice shot, nice shot.
[MORRlS SlGHS] What's up, Xena?.
Nothing, just a little arts and crafts.
Oh, I gotta cool down.
Emily, you wanna check out the slime slide?.
Um, l, uh, have to get something from my backpack.
-ls she not supposed to exercise?.
-She's in good shape.
This is her first time at camp.
Her parents don't let her do very much.
-Thread to 4O centimeters.
-All right, needle's out.
OpSite.
We'll titrate to 1 0 cc's an hour.
You did great, Felix.
This is Dr.
Kirsch, Felix's dad.
-Hi, I'm Dr.
Gates.
-I'm Dr.
Banfield, we spoke.
[SlGHS] -Hey, there.
-Hey.
-Are you a physician?.
-No, physics professor.
At the world-famous Enrico Fermi lnstitute.
Are you okay?.
-How'd you hit your head so hard?.
-I don't remember.
Trying to figure out if he fell or something made him faint.
I've heard that, uh, sometimes sleep deprivation can lead to seizures.
It can.
He was up all last week burning the midnight oil.
But he aced all his midterms.
Indeed, I did.
You wanna have a seat?.
Thank you.
BANFlELD: Yeah, it could be a while before they take him upstairs.
""How much of human life is lost in waiting?.
"" Ralph Waldo Emerson.
-We'll be back.
-Okay if I take him to Curtains?.
Uh, that'll be fine.
Can you imagine having a dad like that?.
I like him.
He's concerned, devoted.
Think about the pressure that kid's under.
Fits the profile.
Acting out, doing drugs.
We'll check it out, but I doubt it.
I'll have Psych come for an assessment.
Knock yourself out.
Dr.
Banfield, there's someone's here to see you.
BANFlELD: Hmm.
FRANK: That's, uh, Megan.
I dropped off a baby a couple weeks ago.
I remember.
I can't sleep at night.
The baby's doing fine.
-He is?.
-Yes.
He's well taken care of.
Are you all right?.
No.
No.
I made a mistake.
I want him back.
I wanna keep him.
My mom says she can help.
I'll be getting a check from the state, so we'll be okay.
What about high school?.
I can go back.
You know, being a mom isn't so easy.
I see girls younger than me doing it.
You're sure about this?.
Okay, I'll talk to our social worker.
But, uh, it might be a while.
I'll wait.
Megan, you know-- You just seem confused.
Are you sure you don't wanna think about this more?.
I already have.
I made a bad decision and I just wanna do what's right.
So there's a tear in the dura mater.
Outermost, toughest of the three meninges covering the brain.
-AP Biology.
-Okay.
You're gonna be on bed rest for five days till it heals.
I canceled my appointments, but I've got classes.
-Okay if I'm back at 6?.
-No problem.
-I'm not going anywhere.
-All right.
Cell phone's on.
See you, kiddo.
GATES: Okay.
What do you remember about this morning?.
I cut through the park on my way to school.
Sometimes I jump over these rocks.
I guess I slipped.
Anything else?.
So tell me, how does a freshman end up in AP Biology?.
All my classes are AP.
Sounds like a lot of stress.
Not really.
You been sad lately?.
Alex on line two.
Says it's important.
After a concussion, as time goes by, you start to remember.
Make sure to tell me if that happens.
-I've got something to tell you.
-All right.
Hello.
What do you mean it doesn't fit?.
I specifically ordered for a '65 dashboard.
FRANK: How was camp?.
TAGGART: Amazing.
I wish I could stay all day.
I'll call for a return authorization.
No, they were not supposed to send a six-CD changer.
Okay.
Okay, bye.
Getting a new stereo?.
No, actually, my-- My car got broken into.
Oh, I'm sorry.
Oh, P.
D.
has some new info.
Witnesses saw a fight in Lincoln Park where they found your kid.
At least four teenagers grabbing and shoving each other.
T AGGART: Frank.
-Thanks.
-What's Neela doing on your computer?.
-A screen shot.
-You missed her video chat.
-Oh, how is she?.
Never thought she'd be happy in Louisiana, I was wrong.
She looks good, she sounds good.
Three new ones to present.
Why am I the only attending on the floor?.
Good afternoon.
Hedda Lanford, 24 weeks pregnant.
Congratulations.
-Left-leg pain and swelling.
-lt got so bad, I couldn't walk.
-Any shortness of breath?.
-No, just the leg.
-Good vitals.
-Okay.
Trauma 2.
Paramedics are five minutes out with a hot Ml.
Call the cath lab and grab me when they're here.
-Has the baby been moving?.
HEDDA: Mm-hm.
Maybe a little less, but I could be imagining things.
Let's get some fetal heart tones and prep the SonoSite.
-Simon?.
-Y eah?.
-Want me to take her upstairs.
-What for?.
After 2O weeks, we like to send them to OB.
Baby's viable, they get better monitoring.
If she had belly pain.
-They can check her leg.
-We'll do a better job.
Worried about a clot, Mom comes first, not baby.
Then she needs an NST.
So get a fetal monitor.
-Are you okay?.
-Y eah.
T AGGART: You seem a little-- I'm looking after 4O patients by myself.
Set up a duplex scan.
Keep going, man.
[BELL RlNGS] [ALL CHEERlNG] Good job.
Wow, this is pretty cool.
It's a baby wall.
I've been up one twice that size.
You wanna race me to the top?.
-I'll give you 1 0 bucks if you win.
-Think you can bribe me?.
-That is so pathetic.
EMlLY: No, I can't.
VERA: It's not as hard as it looks.
-I don't want to.
-It's-- It's fun.
-Hey.
What's going on?.
-She's afraid to try.
You know what?.
Have you ever have a dream where you were flying?.
What was it like?.
Don't look at the ground.
One more step.
[MORRlS PANTlNG] Yeah, I'm-- Yeah, I'm coming down, guys.
EMlLY: No.
Keep going.
Okay.
[CAMPERS CHEERlNG] I'm gonna keep going.
Oh, no.
I don't think I can do this.
Yeah.
[BELL RlNGS] [MORRlS LAUGHS] EMlLY: We did it! -Yeah! -You got it.
MORRlS: Two, three.
Woo-hoo.
KAHUNA: Yeah.
Good job, Emily.
-You too.
-Hey.
KAHUNA: All right, who's next?.
[GlGGLlNG] -That was awesome.
-Oh.
Hey.
Russ.
I got some bad news.
Definite DVT, there's a large blood clot in the thigh.
How does that happen?.
As the uterus grows, it presses the pelvic veins.
Pregnancy makes the blood more coagulable.
We need to treat you with a blood thinner called heparin.
HEDDA: Is that safe for the baby?.
-Yeah.
JASON: Sure?.
T ook us years to get pregnant.
Doesn't cross the placenta.
What if you don't give it to me?.
A piece of the clot could break off and travel to your lungs.
-It's called a pulmonary embolism.
-And you can die.
Um, my brother-in-law's an OB.
Do you mind if we discuss this with him?.
-That's a good idea.
-I think we're wasting time.
This is a no-brainer.
Heparin's safe.
It'll save your life, save your baby's life.
-So let's prep a 5OOO-unit bolus, please.
-Excuse me.
Hey.
Hey.
-What is their problem?.
-They just need a little time.
Banfield can deal with them because I'm supposed to go to this heart camp.
Oh, they're gonna love you with that attitude.
[BRENNER SlGHS] Well, maybe I won't go.
Look, I know it's a hard time.
It'll get better.
-What are you talking about?.
-Neela.
Neela?.
Look, Sam, tell your gossip circle not to worry.
I've moved on and I'm fine.
Okay?.
-You really need me here?.
-You're my designated runner.
Okay.
On my way.
[CAMPERS CHEERlNG] Oh, oh-- Oh, no, no.
KAHUNA: Okay.
Okay.
All right.
Two down.
-Bases loaded.
-Bring me home, baby.
Bring me home, Vera.
MORRlS: Yeah.
KAHUNA: Make the play.
Make the play.
Bring it in.
We could get a grand slam.
Bring it home.
[GRUNTS] -What happened?.
GlRL: Vera, are you okay?.
Okay.
What's going on, honey?.
-My defibrillator's firing.
-Let me check the carotid.
[VERA GROANS] I think she's in V-tach.
BOY 1 : Somebody help her.
BOY 2: What's wrong with her?.
BANFlELD: Now do a Hennepin with him sitting up.
Back in the socket.
All right.
Immobilizer and post-reduction film.
When we lived in San Diego, I saw a surfer throw his shoulder out.
-San Diego's nice.
-We were there for about two years.
-Hmm, how long have you lived here?.
-Since September.
Are you having any eye pain?.
Archie, I know I volunteered, but if you've got enough help, then-- We're completely short-staffed now.
-You need to get over there.
-This is not necessary.
Good, it's not gonna take very long.
-lCD discharge.
T AGGART: You want a 1 2 lead?.
I gotta grab the programmer, we're gonna interrogate.
-Who is that?.
-The Big Kahuna.
Chief of Pediatric Cardiology at Rush.
-He runs the camp.
-Normal sinus, 84.
Okay, send lytes and a troponin.
-Hey, I'm Vera.
-Felix.
-What happened?.
-I have a defibrillator in my chest.
Cool.
Ha.
I think it shocked me by accident.
-Did it hurt?.
-A little, ha.
Like a horse kicked me.
[CHUCKLES] Hey, Rojo, Xena.
Um, can you call and tell them I'm all right?.
Rojo?.
Xena?.
[VERA CHUCKLES] Vera says she's fine and she'll be back really soon.
[ALL CHEERlNG] MARQUEZ: You ready?.
-Okay.
We all have to get from this side to the other side without going through the same hole twice.
-Can I go first?.
-Sure.
Go ahead.
[ALL CHEERlNG] Huh, wow.
It's like Cirque du Soleil.
[SlGHS] GlRL: Good job! MAN: Don't touch the web.
Hey.
What?.
Well, if everyone goes through the web, it kind of builds a team.
That's stupid.
He doesn't have to if he doesn't want to.
It would mean a lot to the kids if you'd join in.
It wouldn't mean a lot to me.
Why don't you do it for them?.
You really want me to go to the other side?.
Yeah.
[LOGAN SCREAMlNG] [CAMPERS YELL] I did it.
Look at me, I'm on the other side.
Bingo.
That'll tell you if it was V-tach?.
This will tell us everything.
-Oh.
Excuse me.
KAHUNA: Mm-hm.
Felix is getting a bed at 7.
-How's your headache?.
-It's better.
VERA: How'd you get a name like Felix?.
-After Felix Bloch.
A physicist who won the Nobel Prize for nuclear magnetic resonance.
-Like in MRl scans.
-Yeah.
His work led to that.
He was a giant.
Studied with Heisenberg and Schrodinger.
Schrodinger had a cat.
-You know about that?.
-He didn't actually have a cat.
It was a thought experiment.
Uh, the cat in the box was either alive or dead depending on a random event.
-Okay, I am completely confused.
-That makes two of us.
Great news, it was just a sinus attack.
When you ran, your pulse rate went up to 1 8O.
That means she can go back?.
Well, she got shocked six times.
So I think we gotta keep you in the hospital.
I'm not getting admitted.
Not during camp.
Honey, this thing zapped you at a heart rate of 1 6O.
-So if you exert yourself at all-- -Why don't you set it higher?.
That's a good idea.
We can do that.
Okay.
Okay, no shocks until 2OO.
[COMPUTER BEEPS] But only till after the dance, all right?.
Huh?.
[TAGGART CHUCKLES] Two weeks later, she can walk in the door like nothing happened?.
-That's what she did.
-There must be a time limit.
-There isn't.
-She's in high school.
We are in a better position to care for that baby.
-That isn't the issue.
-We have resources, we have a home we have maturity.
Doesn't that count?.
She's his mother.
That counts more than anything.
It's not a done deal.
The case worker still has to talk to the mom and grandmother.
Take a week for the determination.
-You let me know how that goes.
-Russ.
Come on.
You know the system.
There's something else to do.
We keep working, we keep praying, and we keep going.
I've been doing that for seven years.
There you go.
They really need me, I have to cancel tonight.
You could come down here.
You would?.
Really?.
Do you own--?.
Do you own a sleeping bag?.
It was nice to meet you.
I'll see you around.
Yeah.
You could take Felix to the dance.
It's only for kids who've had open-heart surgery.
-Has an open skull fracture.
-That's close.
Not to mention a catheter in his spinal column.
He has to stay on bed rest.
Let me see what I can do.
So how's it going in here?.
FELlX: Okay.
Doctor Gates, would you take a seat?.
I-- l-- I get very frustrated, because I like to get to the bottom of things.
I need to know the truth.
Did you know Felix's parents have to move every year or two?.
Academic careers, new universities.
Doesn't give you much chance to put down roots.
-Make friends.
-When you feel like an outsider sometimes you fall in with kids who do dangerous things.
-Like drugs.
-My urine test was negative.
You have Tardieu's spots Iittle red dots near your eyes.
Maybe you don't remember but it can happen when someone tries to choke you.
Felix?.
Felix.
Did someone grab you around the neck?.
[SlGHS] Not the neck.
The chest.
It's called suffocation roulette.
You hold your breath and someone squeezes you from behind.
The first one to pass out loses.
Kids die from playing that game.
Or get brain damage.
You're too smart a kid to be doing that.
They're my friends.
Dr.
Banfield, need you in Trauma 2 right away.
My pregnant DVT lady has sudden-onset chest pain.
-On heparin?.
-For the past hour.
-What's her pressure?.
-1 1 O over 65.
Already did an EKG.
[HEDDA MOANlNG] -Tell me about your pain.
-lt hurts when I take a breath.
-Could a clot have gone to her lung?.
-I would say, yes.
There's new right axis deviation, and an S1, Q3.
-She's on heparin.
-It's not a perfect drug.
-What do we do now?.
-We could try TPA.
It's a powerful clot-busting medicine.
If it works, she's back to normal with only a 1 percent risk.
-What about the baby?.
BANFlELD: There are no good studies.
TPA definitely carries a risk of miscarriage or fetal death.
-How big a risk?.
-T en percent, maybe more.
HEDDA: Oh, God.
What about a vena cava filter?.
If we put a filter in your main vein here we could prevent future clots from traveling to your lung.
-But it takes time.
-We-- We don't want to hurt the baby.
What would you do?.
I don't care.
I don't care if we have to stay here all day.
No, me neither.
They keep bugging me to play their stupid games.
They don't get it.
They don't understand.
We could flush some tennis balls down the toilets.
That would back them up for days.
Or I know where there's spray paint.
We could tag ""camp sucks"" all over the walls of the gym.
Huh?.
Or we can pull fire alarms and make them evacuate all the patients.
Or we can-- We can just sit here and do nothing.
You think I'm being a jerk.
No.
I think that you're not letting yourself have a good time.
It's not a good time.
Because Sean's not here.
Sean?.
I met him in September, we were in for heart caths.
We both had truncus arteriosus.
-You know what that is?.
-Yeah.
Since we were babies, we had the same operations and were on the same meds.
He had never been to camp.
I kept telling him how great it was.
We made plans, we talked and texted every day.
He thought he could win the Kahuna's fart contest.
We were gonna have so much fun.
He had to go to surgery last week for a conduit replacement.
Died on the table.
Logan, I'm sorry.
[CELL PHONE RlNGlNG] Hello.
Yeah, I know.
I know.
I'll-- I'll-- I'll be there as soon as I can.
Not a good week all around.
What?.
A good friend of mine is in the lCU.
Uh.
I tried really hard to get her a heart transplant but now she's back in rejection.
It's pretty bad.
What are you doing here?.
Well, l-- I stopped by, but she's in a coma.
I've been intubated like 1 0 times.
When I'm deeply sedated, I can hear everything.
I can even tell who's in the room.
She'll know if you're there.
[DOOR BUZZES] Trached a month ago for myasthenia gravis.
Bleeding this morning, opened up in Triage.
Tracheo-innominate fistula from pressure necrosis.
GATES: Four units of O-neg.
-Have Thoracic Surgery hold an OR.
GATES: Pouring out faster than we can transfuse.
Overinflate the trach cuff.
That can tamponade the bleeder.
MARQUEZ: You want the rapid infuser?.
GATES: Absolutely.
This isn't helping.
More air and I'll burst the cuff.
A number four Shiley.
-That's a pediatric size.
-Wait and see.
MARQUEZ: HemoCue is only eight-point-two.
[EKG BEEPlNG FASTER] BANFlELD: Now put your finger in the trach hole and compress against the posterior sternum.
-Like this?.
BANFlELD: Well done.
-Now get your ass up to the OR.
-Thank you.
We took her to Radiology for the filter, crashed before they started.
BP 70 palp, tachy to 1 20.
You may need to intubate her.
Wait, what's going on?.
[HEDDA PANTlNG] Likely it's another blood clot.
We need to think about TPA.
We don't want it.
Don't want to hurt the baby.
Things have changed.
JASON: No, honey, honey.
Honey, honey, talk to me.
Honey, I need your help here.
Wait.
What are you doing?.
Wait, What--?.
What--?.
What are you doing?.
[PANTlNG] BANFlELD: Baby looks great.
Placenta is perfect.
No sign of bleeding.
Thank you.
And the clot in your lung has completely dissolved.
[JASON SlGHS] I thought I was gonna lose both of you.
Well, we like it when things work out.
Dr Banfield, you gave TPA without consent.
Yes, I did.
Well, what if there had been a bad outcome?.
She's young and healthy and was about to die.
Do I need consent to shock her heart if she has cardiac arrest?.
I guess you got lucky.
-You saved that lady?.
-Yep.
And her baby too.
Uh, I'll get these to the lab.
-You're still here?.
-That guy with the bleeding neck?.
He's okay after surgery.
Is there some place we could talk?.
In here.
What's on your mind?.
I've been thinking about it and I want him to be proud of me.
Yes.
To do that, though, I'd want to make something of myself.
You know, be somebody who did something important.
Like you.
Like me?.
Make a difference, you know?.
That's a good goal.
I don't know if I'd really be able to do that if I quit school right now.
Having a kid's gonna be really hard.
That's true.
The nurses told me you were the custodian of the baby.
Does that mean you wanted to adopt him?.
My husband and l were thinking about it.
I'm just scared I'll never see him again.
That-- That doesn't have to happen.
You can watch him grow up get to know him, be part of his life.
It's called an open adoption.
How do we do that?.
I-- l-- If we all agree, we can work it out.
[SlGHS] [CHUCKLES THEN SOBS] [DANCE MUSlC PLAYlNG OVER SPEAKERS] [CAMPERS CHEERlNG] -What is taking so long?.
VERA: Uh, give us two minutes.
Yeah, I'm timing you.
Tony, we're on next.
We didn't do a sound check.
VERA: Just start without us.
-Go on, I'll wait.
-All right.
CLAUDlA: Archie.
Hey.
I'm so glad you're here.
[ARCHlE CHUCKLES] His name is Rojo.
Who are you?.
Uh, this is my friend Claudia.
-Do you have a scar?.
-A big one.
From here to here.
What do you think?.
T AGGART: Hey, beautiful.
GATES: Looking good there, Felix.
-It's good to be the king.
MORRlS: All right, let's go.
[DANCE MUSlC PLAYlNG OVER SPEAKERS] [CAMPERS CHEERlNG] MORRlS: Hello, is this thing on?.
All right, hello, Chicago.
[CAMPERS CHEERlNG] Yeah.
Prepare to be blown away.
[CAMPERS CHEERlNG] [DRUM PLAYS] I have one question.
-How are you feeling out there?.
CAMPERS: Good! I can't hear you.
I said, how you feeling?.
CAMPERS: Good! Hey, Rojo, how're you feeling?.
Wow! [BAND PLAYlNG JAMES BROWN'S ""l FEEL GOOD""] [lNAUDlBLE DlALOGUE] -Doctor Brenner.
-Hey.
What are we stopping here for?.
Checking on a patient.
You people have some very unusual therapies.
Seem quite effective.
[FELlX & VERA SlNGlNG JAMES BROWN'S ""l FEEL GOOD""] All right, shh.
Everybody's sleeping.
Room 209.
-Can I stay for a little while?.
-We'll be quiet.
You need to get back to camp.
[WHlSPERlNG] Visiting hours were over three hours ago.
Yeah, but you can say good night.
GATES: Good night.
-Night.
TAGGART: Good luck, Felix.
[DOOR OPENS] All right, hey, give them some privacy.
Quite a day today, huh?.
Yeah.
Oh, thank you for coming out to dinner with my mom.
You're welcome.
It took the heat off of me.
She loves you.
Well.
Wanna go to her colonoscopy with me next week?.
[BOTH CHUCKLE] Excuse me?.
Privacy?.
[lNAUDlBLE DlALOGUE] [CAMPER CHUCKLES] MORRlS: Hey! [GlRL LAUGHS] GlRL: Busted.
Back to your tent.
Boys stay on the boys' side.
Got that?.
[CHUCKLES] [SlGHS] Let me know if you hear anything out there.
-Yes, sir.
-All right.
-You thirsty?.
-No.
-Ah.
You hungry?.
-Ugh, I had too many s'mores.
Not quite as good as Charlie Trotter's would have been.
-This was way more fun.
-Really?.
Definitely.
You are something else.
You went from a night on the town to a night in a pup tent without a hitch.
Ah.
Life's too short to whine.
It is.
You know, you spend a day with these kids, you realize.
This-- This is totally random but sometimes I imagine a night in the future.
A night where I would take you out, spend money, make a deal about it.
And it would end like this.
When I ask you to marry me.
What do you think?.
I think I'd say yes.
VERA: Dr.
Morris.
I can't fall asleep.
Yeah, she's never been to a sleepover before.
She's homesick.
Well, what do you--?.
What do you need, Em?.
My dad tells me a bedtime story every night.
Not a problem.
All right.
[GRUNTS] Okay, let me see.
All right, once upon a time there was a little blood cell who couldn't find his way to the lungs.
Now, he was-- He was blue all the time but he wished that he was red.
He needs a Rastelli operation.
MORRlS: What?.
No, no, no.
A Blalock-Taussig.
He has tetrology.
Hey, who's telling this story anyway, huh?.
[EMlLY GlGGLlNG] [MORRlS CHUCKLES] RUSSELL: Three ounces down the hatch.
How about a nice burp for Russell?.
[BABY GURGLES] RUSSELL: Uh-huh.
[BABY BURPS] BOTH: Oh.
[BOTH CHUCKLlNG] That was a good one.
BOTH: That was a quick one.
Here we go.
High-five.
Yes.
Now, tomorrow, we gonna work on that fist bump, okay?.
[CHUCKLES] [BABY CRYlNG] RUSSELL: Aw.
There we go, there we go.
There we go.
[BABY GURGLlNG] BANFlELD: There we go.
[BANFlELD AND RUSSELL SPEAKlNG lNDlSTlNCTLY]