Good Sam (2022) s01e09 Episode Script

A Light in the Storm

1 Previously on Good Sam He was driving.
I got hurt.
I had to have surgery, and he couldn't be in it.
The reason he didn't come into the ER that day is because I wouldn't let him.
- I was drunk.
- And you knew.
I just want to focus on my patients, and I want to get you through your proctorship.
You in to something, all right.
You and Malcolm didn't work it out? No.
I can't get emotionally involved.
I just need to stop thinking.
- Doctor.
- Doctor.
That lock is gonna give out eventually.
Yeah, given its current rate of use, I'd say sooner than later.
I'll reinforce it.
Keep the outside world out.
Yeah, for the next, uh, nine minutes.
What? - No.
- Rounds.
You know what? How is it that it's me reminding you it's time for work again? Huh? You were always the first one in.
I know, I know.
You got to talk to your dad.
Why would I do that? Because it's been two weeks of this.
I mean, you're dragging your feet to work, you're making that face every time his name comes up, hiding out in here with me, not that I mind that part, - Mm-hmm.
- But it can't make it easier to work with the guy every day.
I mean, it does make it a little easier.
You know? I don't have anything to say to him.
Okay, so then say it to me.
Pretend I'm your dad.
Pretend you're my dad? Do you never want to have sex with me again? Just say whatever comes to mind.
- Okay? You've got seven minutes.
- Caleb, I don't Six and a half.
You shouldn't drink and drive with your child in the car.
Keep going.
If you do drink and drive with said child in the car and you get in an accident, don't lie to them about it for the next 20 years.
Doctors are supposed to hold themselves to a higher standard.
How else do we expect patients to put themselves in our care? You are supposed to be able to trust your doctor.
And your dad.
I mean, not my dad.
My mom, yeah, but she was there, too.
She covered for him.
She kept this secret from me for 20 years, Caleb.
I just So, I take it you haven't talked to her either.
She's still at that conference, I am ignoring her calls.
I am not ready to talk to her.
Are you ready for rounds? I'm going to the ER.
- Hey.
- Hey.
It's really coming down out there.
Seriously? We're talking about the weather now? Is that what it's come to? I mean, I guess we're a little out of practice, small talk-wise.
You sleep okay last night? What? - You look a little - Oh.
No, I slept great.
You? - Oh, yeah, good.
- Good.
Your dad's been better.
No more nightmares, the headaches are basically gone, and he hasn't missed a session with Pyne.
I'm glad.
You don't seem glad.
I am.
I I just don't know how long it's gonna take me to get over it.
Okay? The DUI's bad enough, but him hiding it from me for so long, - it's - What DUI? He didn't tell you? - You know what, don't worry about it.
- I'm No, I-I want to tell you.
I want to be able to talk to you about this.
I just don't know what's mine - to share.
- It's fine, Sam.
If Griff wants to tell me, he'll tell me.
It's really coming down out there.
Here we go.
Kevin Dunn, 12 years old.
- He was hit by a bus.
- What? GCS of 15.
Chest wall abrasions and multiple lacerations on the arms and legs.
So, he was hit by a bus? Skidded off the road.
Why didn't you dress this wound en route? We tried, but he wouldn't let anybody touch him.
Kevin, hey, I'm Dr.
Griffith and this is Dr.
Trulie, and we're gonna help you, okay? Yeah, yeah, your arm is bleeding really bad.
Leave me alone! Don't touch me! Hey, Kevin, who sits in front of you in math? Uh, what? In your math class, who sits in front of you? Oliver S.
Oliver S.
Okay, who sits behind you? Oliver V.
Oliver V.
There are two Olivers in your math class? - Wow.
How many Kevins are there? - Just one.
Just one? See, that's why we've got to get you fixed up, 'cause there aren't any to spare, okay? - Okay.
- Okay.
Good job.
- Look at that.
- I'm going to stitch this up for you - and have a listen to your chest, okay? - Okay.
You're doing great.
- I got him.
- Okay.
It's gonna be a little cold.
Hey, Gladys, after Dr.
Trulie's done with him, will you get him up to imaging for a pan scan, please? Hey.
We were waiting for rounds, and then we heard about the bus crash.
Bus crash? I thought he was hit by a bus? Oh, he was, and then it crashed.
How many passengers? More than we have room for, and my shift ended about 15 minutes ago.
Where's your relief? Waiting for the plows like everybody else.
Okay, we have a bus crash in the middle of a shift change.
Half the hospital's on their way out, and the roads are so bad The other half can't make it in.
We got to stop everybody from leaving.
I'll put out a hospital-wide bulletin.
Okay, just tell every department with available personnel that they've got to send them down here.
We are all on trauma today.
Okay, so 20 so far.
Yeah, they're setting up an auxiliary triage upstairs.
We'll keep the most critical down here.
Have you talked to Mom? No.
Looks like her flight took off from Denver, but the weather in Detroit's gonna delay the landing.
- All right.
- Have you talked to her? - I'm not - Sam.
Sam, it's killing her.
Now, look, I get you've ignored my calls and emails the last couple weeks, I get it, but at least I get to talk to you at work.
We have a cervical spine fracture in Consult Room Eight.
Have you paged Anders? He's stuck on the Lodge, so is Robinson.
Well, they got farther than Isan.
He's stuck in his driveway.
I'll take the fracture.
You gather supplies.
Uh, excuse Supplies? Gloves, gauze, syringes, needles.
We need them all down here.
If you advanced my proctorship, I could do more than raid the supply closets.
You know that I can't clear you.
Dad I know your symptoms are subsiding, but you are still in treatment for PTSD.
You did not complete your solo surgery.
You know that I cannot advance you until you do.
These are extenuating circumstances, maybe just - on a temporary basis? - It's not happening.
I get you don't want to talk about the accident.
- Is that what this is about? - This is about the patients.
I get that you don't want to follow the rules, and you don't care who your actions hurt, but there is a line between right and wrong, and somebody's got to hold it.
I just want to help.
Then get supplies.
Hey, Tim, Joey's got you.
This is Carla.
Her arteriovenous fistula for dialysis was - damaged in the accident.
- That is unfortunate.
And that's what happens when the state of Michigan gives a driver's license to a horse's ass.
She's very mad about the crash.
I can see that.
I've been a licensed driver for over 40 years.
You know how many tickets I've gotten? Zero.
Now look at me.
How many times a week do you get dialysis, Carla? - Usually three.
- Uh-huh.
But, um, I missed them all this week.
I was in Akron.
My son had a baby.
You missed three dialysis sessions? It's my first grandchild.
Well, congratulations, though.
Well, thank you.
What is he still doing here? I asked for a pan scan.
Why isn't he in imaging? CT is backed up, and they're asking for consent forms.
I need you to get Kevin bumped to the front of the line for imaging and call his parents.
- Who? - The kid.
Is that beneath you? No, no, no.
I just didn't assess him, - that's all.
- Okay.
Well, I would say start there.
Look, I I know what I did was wrong, of course I do.
I've been sorry every day since.
No, you have been lying to me every day since.
You pushed me away, and you let me think that it was my fault.
All this time.
So I do not need you to be sorry now.
I needed you to be better then.
I needed you to not get behind the wheel.
I needed you to hold the line.
And you couldn't do it for me, so please just do it for him.
Looks like I'm gonna have to reschedule our appointment.
Uh, what appointment? With the jeweler.
For the wedding bands? How are you thinking about rings right now? It actually helps me to think about it.
Eases my stress.
Spending thousands of dollars on a piece of metal - does not ease my stress.
- Okay.
I can't repair her fistula.
I'm gonna have to put a dialysis catheter in her neck.
Well, good luck with that.
All right, what do we got? This is Dorothy, according to her shirt.
Looks like she hit her head pretty hard in the crash.
Knocked her out.
Is that glass in her knuckles? Could be from the windows.
Or the windshield.
Contusion on her forehead could be - from the steering wheel.
- She was driving the bus.
I think so.
We have an open femur fracture.
If that's true, we're gonna have to reduce it manually.
Okay, Dorothy, I'm not gonna lie to you, this is gonna hurt, but we're gonna do it fast, okay? Ready? Here we go.
One, two, three.
You ever see that before? No reaction to that degree of pain? This could be a major head injury.
I'll get her a scan.
Governor just declared a state of emergency.
- What? - They're closing the roads.
How will on-call doctors get here? Could we send our, uh, ambulances to pick them up? I think our ambulances are gonna be a little busy right now.
So, the only people coming in Are more patients.
And I hate to bring this up now, but with all these trauma cases, we're gonna run short on blood.
Uh, can we call the Red Cross? Well, we could.
They'll be dealing - with their own shortages.
- So, we're almost at capacity, we're short on doctors, and we're running out of blood? What do we do? We have to figure it out.
We have resources.
We're gonna have to start allocating them according to need.
Who determines need? There's no CMO.
Well, I need IV start kits.
- We need more beds.
- The storm isn't letting up.
How are we supposed to keep these people alive? All right, here's what Okay, okay, everybody calm down.
Let's call down to the OR and cancel every elective surgery on the schedule.
Let's get an inventory at the blood bank.
Find out how many units and what type.
We will do the same with supplies, and we will not quit until the storm does.
This is what we signed up for.
This is why we do what we do.
So let's get back to our patients because right now we are all they have.
I've got one more.
Hey, patient in Trauma Three needs two ice packs.
How's he doing? Uh, CT shows a few broken ribs.
Head wound is superficial.
Okay, that's good news.
Who is that? Hey, Kevin, can you turn the camera? Uh, hello.
I'm Dr.
I didn't see you there.
Kevin's parents, I presume? - Yeah, hi.
- Randy and Cathy Dunn.
They went to the corner deli and got stranded.
Look, we were only supposed to be gone - ten minutes.
- 20, tops.
Plows are just taking forever.
What do we pay taxes for? Randy and Cathy tell me that there's nothing of note in Kevin's medical history, but they have a pontoon, so it's been productive.
Hey, Kevin, How are you feeling? How's your breathing? Bad.
My chest hurts.
- Mom Mom, I - I'm right here, sweetie.
Why is he so pale? - What's happening? - I'm not getting a heartbeat.
- What? - How could he have no heartbeat? He's sitting there talking.
May I have your arm? I've got a pulse here.
Dextrocardia? Wasn't there a minute ago.
Pressure in the pleural cavity - could have turned the heart.
- 90 degrees? I need a thoracostomy kit and an ultrasound in here.
Randy, Cathy, we're gonna - have to call you back.
- Wh-What? You can't be here for this procedure.
We don't have any available nurses.
I'll get the kit myself.
I-I'm not hanging up.
You just said he doesn't have a heartbeat.
Well, no, he's got one.
It's just on the wrong side of his chest.
What? I don't know what to tell you.
Your potassium is off the charts.
I know, I know.
Forgive me, father, for I have sinned.
What you have is end-stage renal failure.
Ooh! She should be in jail for attempted homicide.
Sorry? The bus driver.
You her doctor? Yes, ma'am.
Tell her she has got a date with the business end of my umbrella, soon as I get out of here.
Simmer down now, Carla, you don't need high blood pressure - on top of everything else.
- Dr.
Costa, why does your patient want to attack my patient with an umbrella? And which end is the business end? And I am going to sue her.
Tell her, would you? The roads are very bad out there.
Roads have nothing to do with it.
She was asleep at the wheel.
Literally asleep? You saw this? I saw it with my own eyes.
I was in the first row.
I saw her.
I even poked her with my umbrella.
She wasn't knocked unconscious by the crash.
She crashed because she was unconscious.
- Take a bus.
- Whoa.
Fill it with money 'cause that's how much I'm suing her for.
Nurse Opal, fosphenytoin, please.
No bleed according to her scan.
But according to one of the passengers, she blacked out at the wheel.
I'm loading her up on fosphenytoin.
The meds you asked for.
What causes a generalized onset seizure that doesn't show up on a CT scan? Could be a reaction to medication she's on.
Stroke? - Meningitis? - Mm, we could do a lumbar puncture - to rule out infection.
- Okay.
She's not epileptic, is she? No MedicAlert band.
She's Air Force.
Like you.
A lot of ways to get a traumatic brain injury when you're in the military, especially if you saw combat.
Once the meds kick in and she's responsive, we can take her history.
Find out what might've caused the seizure.
I'm gonna wait with her.
She's not gonna know where she is when she wakes up.
Might not even know there was a crash.
Or that she caused it.
- Poor thing.
- Yeah.
Thank you.
Donna, is this the overflow? I just take what they send up.
I had no idea it was this crowded up here, and you're by yourself.
- I'm gonna get you some help.
- It's butterfly stitches and tetanus shots.
I got this.
Do you know that you are the best person? Well, that must be why they pay me so well.
And besides, I'm not alone.
Why don't you sit right there? There you go.
My head is bleeding real bad.
Okay, I got you.
All right.
Hey, Donna, patient with the dislocated shoulder is asking for you.
Oh, he needs an ice pack.
I'll be right there, Eddy.
Did you do this? Uh, no.
This is all Donna.
I'm just trying to stay out of her way.
Do you guys need anything up here? We are good.
You need anything? I could use about 100 units of blood.
Caleb's doing an inventory of our blood bank, but with this much influx of trauma, it's safe to say we're gonna run out.
I can make some calls.
See if there's any hospitals with spare blood.
Piedmont and St.
Mary's are the closest, - so I can start with them.
- Thank you.
So, the thoracostomy has successfully relieved the pressure on his chest, and his heart is, uh, shifting back towards the right side.
- The right side? - Yeah, your right or his right? Uh, to the right side.
I mean, his left s-side.
Sorry, sorry.
I understand how that could be confusing.
Is he gonna be okay? When can I go home? Where is his heart? It's where it's supposed to be.
So everything is back to normal? I wouldn't say that.
The heart's nearly back in position, but that movement has caused the arteries to get in a tangle, and he may need surgery to correct it.
- What, surgery? - Heart surgery? - Mm-hmm.
- Widened mediastinum.
With an irregular aortic contour.
I'm waiting for the CT angio.
Why didn't you tell me this sooner? Uh I would've called, but Kevin has my phone.
I don't want to have heart surgery.
I want to go home.
I know.
Everything's gonna be okay, sweetheart.
Okay, what-what is the surgery, exactly? Well, it, uh, depends on the severity of the damage, and as I said, until we get imaging Okay, can you walk us through all the scenarios? - Sure.
- Wait, let me get a pen.
Hold on, she's getting a pen.
What happened? Wi-Fi's out.
And you have, like, no bars.
How am I supposed to talk to my parents? Um I I don't think you can.
I'm sorry.
Uh, hey, Kevin, I'm gonna be right back, - okay? - Me, too.
I think you should stay here.
I think Dr.
Costa needs our assistance.
Imaging will be back any time.
If the phones are down, I need to be able to find you quickly.
Run pre-op labs just in case.
You want me to do a blood draw myself? Be better.
Anything, Donna? I'm messaging dispatch right now.
What's going on? Dispatch sent Tim on a call an hour ago to North Corktown and then lost contact with his rig.
He's supposed to check in.
He promised that he was gonna check in.
- But cell service is down.
- Yeah, well, radios should work.
They might not in a storm like this.
It's bad.
I know it's a bad storm, but he's supposed to check in.
- All right.
- What is it? Dispatch just sent a bulletin.
- Uh-huh.
- Another wreck, looks like an overpass collapsed on I-75.
Where on I-75? I can't get the news.
Hospital Wi-Fi's down.
What does the bulletin say? I-75 and Trumbull Avenue.
How many people have you killed? How many people have you killed? People die in surgery.
People die in bus crashes.
You're on a lucky streak, kid.
What happens if I die? Well, that would be very bad for me.
For you? Kevin, I'm one of the top-rated surgeons in the country.
That's according to U.
News and World Report.
I don't know what that is.
It's a big deal.
It's a very competitive list.
And you know how you get on there? Patients not dying? Exactly.
It's one of the first things they look at.
Do you think my parents will sue you if I die? You know what? I'm not doing your surgery.
Why not? Well, it's too much of a risk for me.
You seem pretty sure you're gonna die, and, uh, it'd be very bad for my record.
I-I won't die.
What if you do? I won't.
It's just, my reputation's very important to me.
I promise I'm not gonna die.
But I'm gonna hold you to that, you understand? What are you doing? I was told to gather supplies.
That's my personal first aid kit.
Not today.
What if I need a flashlight? Talk to her.
I got imaging back on Kevin.
It's bad.
All right, we got to prep an OR now.
Kevin Dunn.
12 years old.
Type A aortic dissection.
He's being prepped for surgery now.
Question is whether the valve is involved.
His echo shows trace aortic regurge.
I say we repair the dissection with a dacron graft.
I disagree.
I say we go Ben tall.
Bentall's a six-hour procedure on a good day.
Graft is four, tops.
Highly preferable.
Unless the valve is involved.
So, we do the graft.
If the valve is involved, we re-suspend and we repair most of the valve right there.
We have to do better than "most.
" Do you want to open this kid up again in a couple of years? Sam, the power's on the blink.
Half the hospital is running on generators.
Time is of the essence here.
The shorter the procedure, the lower the risk to this kid.
We do the graft, but I want to be prepared to maneuver to a Ben tall if the valve is involved.
No re-suspension.
Hello, my old friend.
What's wrong? I'm the one with a hole in my neck.
My fiancé's stuck in the storm.
He was the one that brought you in.
What a handsome fella.
He seemed so nice.
Yeah, he is.
And the last thing I did was mock him for loving me.
Power out or something? No.
Plus we have multiple generators.
Water's not flowing.
The pipes are frozen.
God, I can't believe I did this.
I don't remember anything.
These are the medications you take? Yeah, why? It's just quetiapine is an anti psychotic.
What are you taking it for? Mood swings.
Bipolar's the technical term.
You know, there's nothing to be ashamed of.
It's more common than you think.
Especially with veterans.
I don't like talking about my service.
No? Not even with a fellow airman? - No kidding.
- Mm-hmm.
- Medic? - Yes.
I was Avionics.
- Staff sergeant.
- Wow.
Why'd you enlist? Let's just say there was no money for college.
So I joined the Air Force, did my time, then went to school on Uncle Sam's dime.
He can be a good sugar daddy.
Looks like things turned out better for you than me after discharge.
This psychiatrist said that he could help.
But the new meds that he's got me on have just made everything worse.
Wait, "new"? So the symptoms are recent? Yeah.
Just in the last few months.
Okay, that might help explain what's going on.
Can the new meds explain this? - Any word from your mom? - No.
It's so weird to be so mad at her and worried about her at the same time.
Mary's can give us 30 units of blood.
- Oh! - That would help.
Uh, yes, uh, but there is a problem.
They can't get it to us.
The bridge collapse has all the roads in Wayne County backed up.
So we're gonna have to start rationing blood.
Everything we have - is already in the hospital.
- Yeah.
- Wait, that, that's a good point.
- What do you mean? We have blood, or-or at least we have blood donors.
We could do a blood drive.
I don't know how many phlebotomists we have I-I got Donna.
I can help.
It takes about four hours to screen and process.
The more arms we stick, the better.
Let's get started.
- Joey.
- Hey.
I've never seen pelvic bleeding like this before.
I can't get it to stop.
Yeah, and I can't get the dialysis machine to run without water.
Do you think it's fibroids causing the bleeding? Maybe, or a malignancy.
I'm running an STD panel, too.
That tends to get overlooked with older patients.
I need water.
The pipes are frozen.
I'm gonna call maintenance, but I don't Oh, no, no, no.
You can't wait for maintenance, uh What about the tanks in the wellness center? Yeah, no, they're filled with water.
But then how am I supposed to get it out, sterilize it, and then feed it into the machine? It's pumps and hoses.
Just like heart surgery.
You'll figure it out.
¿Hablas español? - No? Okay - Hola.
- Hola.
- Hola.
Okay, muchas gracias.
Okay, can you collect here? Okay.
You speak Spanish.
Yeah, I did a little, uh, volunteer work in Colombia - after med school.
- Mm.
What? I just didn't take you as a volunteer type.
I'm literally volunteering right now with this blood drive.
- Yeah.
- And, uh well, look, also, to be honest the club scene in Cartagena was huge.
Really? Sí, señor.
Now I'm opening Kevin's ascending aorta.
Let's see what we've got.
Damn it.
The valve.
It's too damaged to reconstruct.
Ben tall it is.
You were right.
We were both right.
Let's cut out the damaged tissue.
Cooley scissors to me.
All right, I'm gonna see if I can, uh, find her sister.
Power's out.
Emergency lights are on.
Generator will kick on any second.
Generator's back on.
Sam? If the power's not back by now It's not coming back.
The generator in this cell must have failed.
And we have a six-hour surgery ahead of us.
Begin emergency procedures.
I need hand cranks on bypass right now.
Once we're up to 50% reserves, start manual circulation.
Can we move him to another OR? He can't leave a sterile environment with his chest open.
If I close him up without repairing this dissection, he will die.
I need to repair his descending aorta and get him off bypass, but I need light! What, something like this? Here you go.
Oh, thank God.
Now, those hand cranks have to turn in perfect sync - or he'll turn acidotic.
- Here.
I want some ice packs in here! Put 'em on his head and limbs.
And the machine tubes, too.
Hey! Move! We're not losing this kid today.
Thank you.
I'm just holding the line.
The Bentall's too risky now.
So re-suspend and preserve the native valve.
What if it doesn't work? It will work.
11 blade.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Carla is on dialysis as we speak.
You figured it out.
Turns out I'm not just a great doctor.
I'm also an excellent plumber.
Well, Dorothy's labs are back.
- Hmm.
- Everything's negative except for her pregnancy test.
- The bus driver? How old is she? - Uh-huh.
Wow, that's what I call an advanced maternal age.
Yeah, well, that's what I call a false positive.
Something's messing with her hormones, making her think that she's pregnant, and I don't know what it is.
- Excuse me, guys.
- Hey.
Blood drive, huh? We gonna put a pair of scrubs on you soon.
Donna already tried.
Aren't you working with Caleb? How's that going for you? Oh.
Would you focus on your patient? Hey, if that story ends in a slap fight, somebody page me.
- You know I will.
- Mm-hmm.
- So the test says I'm pregnant.
- Right.
- But I'm not pregnant.
- Uh-uh.
But you're doing an ultrasound, which is what they do when you're pregnant.
It's what we do when we need to see what's going on inside of you, Sarge.
Complex ovarian cyst.
Tiny, but I think this could be our answer.
You want to book an OR to remove it? Normally I would say yes, but her vitals are all over the map.
Her pressure's so low.
She just hasn't stopped bleeding.
She's going into hemorrhagic shock.
She needs blood.
Well, the donor blood should be processed soon.
We can't wait for that What about the blood bank? Yeah, that's gonna be a little harder.
I usually feel better by now.
Your body responded to the dialysis, but your EKG shows signs of ischemia.
Your heart is starving for oxygen because Because I waited too long.
I just wanted to see my grandson.
I thought I could get by this one time.
I think we can turn this around.
But you do need a blood transfusion.
So hang in there, okay? When you see your paramedic, tell him I said thank you for taking such good care of me.
You're gonna tell him yourself.
Hemo's 7.
Vitals are dropping.
Where is the blood I asked for? - Here it is.
- We're down to 7.
- Let's transfuse.
- The units from the blood drive should be ready within the hour.
Until then, this is all I've got.
That's all the blood left in this hospital? Yes, and I have three requests for it, all stat.
What are the other requests? Dr.
Trulie and Dr.
Hemorrhagic shock and acute ischemic heart disease.
We're down to 6.
How do I make this call? You want me to do it? No.
It has to be me.
If he doesn't get this blood It's a death sentence, I know.
Blood's gonna be ready in an hour.
I need to buy the other two more time.
Trulie can try IV Premarin.
That's a good idea.
Hormones might slow the active bleeding.
Tell Dr.
Costa to put his patient on 100% oxygen.
It might just keep her alive long enough to get the next units of blood.
That blood stays with Kevin.
Come on, Sarge.
No, no, no, no, no.
Come on, Carla.
Come on, come on, come on.
Looks like we just got you a little more time.
Come on.
- Transfusion's working.
- Mm-hmm.
Sam? Suction, please.
You stay with us, Kevin.
Hello? Can anybody hear me? Oh, okay, don't, don't shout You'll bust a stitch.
I lived.
What'd I tell you? Why are we still in here? And why is it so dark? Well, the power's still out.
And we can't move you till the elevator's working, and you are safer where you are.
It's creepy in here.
Creepy how? Are my parents here yet? No.
The weather's still bad.
And the phones are still down.
You are on the other side of it.
- So you get some rest.
- Wait.
Where are you going? You can't leave me alone in here.
You're not alone.
There's a nurse - right behind there.
- Can you stay with me? No.
Just until I fall asleep? I helped you keep your record, but, you know Morning.
You slept in there? Better than the surgeons' lounge.
Residents all take their shoes off, it gets kind of suffocating.
- You know? - Mm-hmm.
And the kid asked me to, so Yeah, he clearly needed a parent.
And, uh so did you.
I pushed you away.
Because I-I was I don't know punishing myself or something.
I didn't think I deserved Okay.
Look, no, I'm sorry.
I won't bring it up until you're ready.
We'll talk about it on your timeline, not mine.
I guess Pyne's really earning his paycheck, huh? Right.
But this kid? He had a tough night.
You were never that alone.
I may not have been there.
But your mother was always there.
- Okay, Dad - No.
- I'm asking you, Sam, please.
- Please Talk to her.
So I was pregnant with that? Mm-hmm, it's called a teratoma.
It secreted hormones that read as a positive pregnancy test.
It also grew brain tissue that sent out signals interfering with your own brain.
This is what caused your blackout.
Oh, the accident.
All those people.
There was nothing you could do, Sarge.
It was not your fault.
Thank you, Airman.
Hold on.
Is that a tooth? - I'll - Gah! Yeah, I'm sorry.
Uh, with these eight, we're up to 94.
- Good.
- 96.
Right, yeah, math.
Yeah, you cover the arm sticking, I cover the numbers.
Wow, and here I thought this would be awkward.
Sorry, that was rude.
I'm just trying to get my mind off Tim.
I'm sorry about the rings.
Oh, no, no, I'm sorry about the rings.
If I were the crying type, I'd be misty right now.
Hmm, see, you definitely strike me as the crying type.
- Hey.
- Hi.
Want some coffee? No, I think I just want a nap.
You were good today.
We were good today.
Tim, oh, my God! I'm so excited you're okay.
Aah! Let go of me! - Hey.
- Oh, it's so good to see you.
Oh, thanks.
Joey, I'm sorry about your patient that was a hard call.
There just wasn't enough blood.
And yet your patient got some.
44 patients survived.
We lost power, we lost water.
Uh, we ran out of blood and we still saved 44 lives.
And the Wi-Fi's back on.
As we wait to hear more about this deadly crash, emergency workers have finally gained access to the victims of the I-75 overpass collapse.
Ambulances are standing by in the hopes of finding survivors.
- Little is known - Are you seeing this? It's awful.
I know.
I was there.
We're definitely gonna need more coffee.
Ah Kevin's parents are here.
Oh, good.
Let's have Donna They didn't come in the front door.
- Dunn? - Cathy? Randy? - Dunn! - Cathy? Cathy and Randy Dunn, - find them.
- I'm on it.
by debris, but emergency workers continue to sift through the wreckage.
We're still waiting Never ends.
That's another wave of patients coming our way.
- Yeah.
- What do we got here? - Dad? - Yeah? determine how many total passengers and cars have been affected by the accident.
Paramedics are currently on site.
And we're being told backup is being sent.
That's Mom's car.

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