HawthoRNe (2009) s02e09 Episode Script

Picture Perfect

Why are you here with her when you know you love me? Are you okay? Yeah.
I guess I was just, uh, dreaming.
How's it going? Oh, I'm just really tired.
How's Isabel? You know what? She's good.
They dropped the charges, which is great, but she still can't see Moses.
How's she taking that? I mean, as good as anybody would, but she's just happy that he's healthy.
Good morning, Nurse Jackson.
Christina, can I have a word with you? Yeah, sure.
Is it true that you, uh, spent an entire day outside the hospital helping a detective apprehend a homeless woman? Her name is Isabel.
Yes, I was.
Thank you for your concern.
The Joint Commission inspection, it could happen at any moment.
They don't give you a warning.
If we don't pass that inspection, the hospital will be closed.
John, you do what you do.
I do what I do.
I just need you to keep your focus! Your job is to help save this hospital.
Let everybody else save the patients.
Tom! We're finished.
Uh I've been meaning to sit down with you and discuss the timetable for you taking over as Chief of Surgery.
Erin spoke to me and Yeah.
I'm still not sure that, uh, that's the best fit.
I think you're absolutely the best man for the job.
But maybe not the right man.
Look, the hospital needs a Chief of Surgery.
Even on an interim basis.
Is this about the Joint Commission? If you agree, I'll keep the search open until we find a permanent replacement.
There's a department heads' meeting scheduled for 2:00 p.
Can I count on you to be there? Actually, I'm scrubbing in on a bowel resection at 4:00.
Plenty of time for you to make it.
See you then.
Sounds like Morrissey's got some big plans for you.
I thought you didn't want that position.
I actually thought that wasn't even an option for you.
Well, he wouldn't be pushing so hard if the hospital didn't really need me.
Besides, it's on an interim basis.
It's a big commitment.
I would hate for him to guilt you into something that you really don't want.
How does Erin feel about this? Erin? Well, I mean, she's an intelligent woman.
I'm sure you value her opinion.
She challenges me.
All right.
As long as you're staying true to yourself, I don't see anything wrong with that.
I should get going.
Have you got a second? I need a hand with a patient back here.
Just give me a minute to straighten out this insurance issue.
I'll be right there.
So, are we still on for tonight? Guillaume! Guillaume! All right, mate? It's Andrew.
Andrew Lee.
We went to med school together back in the U.
Do you know this guy? Uh, no, I've never seen him before in my life.
Seems to know you.
We used to knock pints back together all the time.
We were always hitting on those American mingers in the student union? Yeah, sorry, I think you must have the wrong guy.
What are you doing? Stealing my lunch money? You can't even ask me? I just want to take a bus and go home.
Hey, what's wrong? Are you crying? Hey, what happened? I got in a fight with Marcus.
Did he do that to your face? I just want to go home.
Camille, look at me.
Look at me.
Oh, God.
Where is he? Where is he? Wait.
Mom, stop! Hey, you.
I heard you were looking for me.
What's wrong? You never told Morrissey I turned down the chief position.
You must have been pretty confident in your powers of persuasion, huh? I just wanted to buy you a little bit of time.
I know how tentative you can be about things.
I saw how hard it was for you to make that decision about the elbow surgery, and I pushed you then and things turned out for the better, and I thought I'll just give you a little push now.
Yeah, well, I accepted the job on an interim basis.
But I really don't appreciate being put in that position.
I'm sorry.
I just don't want you to miss out on an opportunity that you might look back and regret.
Did Morrissey tell you about the 2:00 meeting? Tom.
I need to talk to you.
Marcus! Look, I can No! Listen to me! I can explain! Hit me! I didn't do anything! I didn't Come hit me! Calm down! Calm down! Come here.
What the hell happened? He hit Camille.
Who? Marcus? Yes! She's got a bruise on her face.
Where's Camille now? She's in my office.
Stay here, okay? I'm not kidding.
You stay here.
Don't move! Can I please have Detective Nick Renata? Kelly.
I didn't know if you'd be able to make it.
Thank you.
Of course.
How are you holding up? The planning's been a distraction.
Everyone at James River loved your daughter.
I can't tell you how sorry I am for your loss.
Well, we wouldn't have been able to make it these last few months if it weren't for you.
You kept her comfortable and kept her smiling.
If you need anything Thank you.
Oh, um, when we were packing up Rebecca's things, I couldn't find my camera.
I know exactly where it is.
I put it in a drawer in the nurses' station for safekeeping.
Do you mind if I come by later today to pick it up? Not at all.
I'll be there.
Thank you again.
Of course.
Excuse me.
Tom! What was that back there? I can't talk right now, Erin.
Why are you getting in the middle of all this? We really need to talk about this.
You don't understand the situation.
Tom, you are Chief of Surgery.
Tom, we talked about this.
You need to calm down with the "we," okay? Look, I'm sorry.
I just can't do this right now.
I got here as fast as I could.
Thank you.
No problem.
You okay? I'll be better once you get down there and handle Marcus in the ER.
I'll take care of it.
All right? Okay.
You don't look so good.
I'm not feeling that well, but I think I just need to get something to eat.
I'll try to pick something up for you, okay? Hey.
Thank you.
Good morning.
Is it? Malia? Malia, did you see the digital camera that I put in that drawer? The only thing I ever see in that drawer is stale gum and the occasional pack of cigarettes when Tommy's wife kicks him out.
That camera belonged to Rebecca Davis' family.
I need to find it.
Hey, do you think you could help me? Okay, do you want me to tack up these pansy-ass butterflies and ladybugs, or would you like me to help you look for the camera? 'Cause I can't be every place at once.
Forget it.
I'll find it myself.
Do you want to talk about it? Marcus, I know something went down with Camille.
I didn't do anything.
Okay? You Marcus Leeds? Yeah.
Step over, sir.
What's going on? No, wait.
Hold on.
Hold on.
Be nice.
Be nice.
I didn't do anything! Palms together, please.
Thank you very much.
I didn't do anything! What's going on? Put your hands together, man.
Look, Bobbie, can you call somebody? Please, now! Look, I didn't do anything! Camille, are you in there? This is Dr.
I'm coming in.
You okay? This is the women's locker room.
You're not supposed to be in here.
Yeah, I called out.
You didn't answer.
Maybe I had a reason? What's going on, Camille? Come on, man.
Seriously? Handcuffs? Seriously? That would be a "yes.
" That's how we treat felons, bro.
What makes you different? Look, this is all a misunderstanding.
Oh, yeah? Really? It's a misunderstanding.
Look, just let me talk to Camille.
I can get this all straightened out.
I just really don't want to talk about it.
I know.
But it looks to me like you need to.
Just keep him away from me.
If that's what you want, I'll make sure that's what happens.
But I need you to talk to me, Camille.
Look, just let me talk to Camille, and I can get this straightened out.
You can straighten it out? Is that what you're saying? What are you gonna straighten out? Your jab, man? Don't play with me.
You hit her, Marcus.
I didn't hit her! She said I hit her? He was sexting.
What's "sexting"? Some girl sent naked pictures of herself to his cell phone.
It wasn't even mine.
My buddy was just fooling around and sent me a picture of some girl he messing with.
And you don't know this girl.
No! And when Camille saw it, she went nuts.
But you wouldn't do that, right? No! I wouldn't.
What did he say about the picture? What does that matter? He got caught cheating.
Who cares what he says? Okay.
What happened next? I tried to tell her what happened, but she wouldn't believe me.
I even told her she can call my friend and ask for herself.
But she kept saying, "All you guys stick together.
" Yeah.
Of course, we do, right? So, what was I supposed to do? Yeah, that's crazy.
Camille thought this one up all in her head.
It's like anything I said was wrong or a lie.
So, you lose your temper, right? She wasn't listening, she didn't believe you, so you just punched her in the face.
No! I didn't! I didn't do that! Stop saying that! I wouldn't hit her! So, how did she get that bruise on her face, man? Hmm? You want to be all smart? How'd she get the bruise on her face? What bruise? What are you talking about? Well, I got mad, and I asked him why.
He kept saying this and that, but he wouldn't give me an answer to the question.
And I told him I just wanted a straight answer.
He owes me the truth.
And he needs to get what he deserves.
You're right.
You're right.
And that's why we're trying to figure out what happened.
What did he do? You don't believe me, do you? You wouldn't believe me anyway.
What does that mean? I don't want to get anybody in trouble.
Give me a break.
Just promise me, if I tell you what happened, Camille won't get in trouble.
Let me tell you what I'm gonna promise you.
Okay? That if you keep playing with me, you're gonna be in a whole lot of trouble.
You're gonna be in a whole lot of trouble if I keep thinking what I'm actually thinking.
I understand what you're saying, but you have to listen to me very carefully.
All right? Did he or did he not put his hands on you? Because if he did, I will personally make sure that kid goes to jail.
Do you understand me? Jail? I will take him down there myself.
No, no, no, no.
I don't I don't think you need to do that.
Truth is, I lost this fight.
Can you finish putting these pictures up? I have to stand on a chair to reach the top row, and I'm severely acrophobic.
Hell no.
Kelly's on a warpath.
I'm not about to get bawled out for some crooked crepe paper.
No, she's pissed because of that missing camera.
And you're in the clear.
I'm the one who took it.
No way.
She's charge nurse now.
Let's see how much she can handle.
I am so friggin' impressed with you right now.
Did you finish the spring collage? Yeah.
But you should probably give it the once-over.
I'm better at puke and anal swabs.
Are you all right? Whoa.
She trusted me.
Mary trusted me.
And now her daughter's dead, and all I could do was bring her orange popsicles, and I can't find the camera anywhere.
She's never gonna forgive me and Wait.
Mary Leukemia's mom? That camera had the last six months of her daughter's life on it.
And now they'll have nothing to remember her by.
What, they didn't back it up? Her daughter was dying of cancer, Malia.
She could barely remember to brush her teeth in the morning.
Oh, my God.
I know.
Mary's gonna be here in two hours.
I don't know how I'm gonna explain it to her.
I have to keep looking for it.
God! Erin, I'm sorry.
I just can't do this right now, so I'll only be a minute.
I need to discuss something with you.
Something personal.
May I? You heard that Tom signed on as interim Chief of Surgery? I did, and I was very surprised considering it's not something that he really wants.
Tom is a brilliant doctor, the kind that just rises to the top.
I'm quite clear on how brilliant Tom is.
So you can praise all day.
You're not gonna get any arguments from me.
Once James River passes its inspection, whoever is the acting Chief of Surgery will receive a great deal of the credit.
And holding that position at a struggling hospital can garner a physician even more attention than what they would receive at an already established institution.
What does that mean to Tom? He can have his pick of any job he wants.
I mean, when he's ready to make his next move.
You just got his whole life figured out, huh? What's going on between you and Tom? You haven't talked to Tom? Well, I've I've heard talk.
Of history, and I was just wondering if that's all it was, talk.
Well, I suggest you talk to Tom.
I don't know what you said to him about the chief position, but you are not helping him.
In fact, I think that you are keeping him from finding real happiness.
You know, if you care about Tom at all, I would suggest that you keep him out of your personal life, you stay out of his way, and let him seek out whatever career he really wants, find some real fulfillment.
There are other people that want to take care of him now.
That guy in the waiting room's something, huh? Yeah, you get all kinds in here.
Still, it's kind of funny though.
What is? Well, the one guy who thinks he knows you went to med school and has a British accent.
Two qualities you possess.
What are the chances? Except he did keep calling me by a French name, didn't he? Guillaume.
Fancy that.
So, how did you, uh, cut your hand, sir? I bought a bottle of whiskey, and the shop didn't take off that little black plastic-cap thingy.
Anyway, I tried to take it off myself, stabbed myself.
Terrorists, be warned, don't steal American liquor.
You said you went to med school in England? Mmm-hmm.
I take it you're a doctor now? I am.
I'm a pediatrician.
Here for a conference.
I'm really glad to see you made it as a doctor, Guillaume.
After you dropped out of school, we were all kind of wondering what you'd do next Aah! Yeah, that's pretty deep.
I think there may be some tendon damage.
I'm gonna call for a surgical consult.
Umm Listen, I know you think I'm somebody else, but I'm not.
Well, that was awkward.
Kind of like being a spare prick at a wedding.
Know what I mean? Sort of.
His hair was longer, but I'm sure that was Guillaume.
Were you good friends? Well, we knocked about together a bit.
Mutual friends.
Well, we were always pissed out of our gourds when we hung out.
That's "drunk" in your language.
Well, it's hard to remember things when you're drunk.
But I am English.
Look, I was the one who hit him.
A couple of times, actually.
He never touched me.
He never touched you.
I see.
So, how did you get that bruise on your face? I don't know.
When I saw the text, I went crazy, went at him swinging and I slipped and hit my face on a defibrillator.
On a what? A defibrillator? Where the hell were you? Tell her.
We were in an ambulance.
You were in an ambulance? Camille, what the hell were you doing in an ambulance? Okay.
You had me chasing this boy around this hospital, thinking that he put his hands on you, and you mean to tell me you hit him? What the hell are you thinking about, Camille? Putting your hands on a man? Do you know what he could have done to you? Here's the deal.
You're not gonna see Marcus ever again.
How about that? No phone calls.
I don't want him in the house, nothing.
Okay, Christina.
Calm down.
I'm gonna go down there and tell him myself.
I told you that he didn't hit me, and you owe him an apology! I owe him a what? Okay, okay.
You know what? Just, everyone, calm down.
All right? I'm gonna take Camille for something to eat.
Okay? Come on.
Do you hear her? I owe him an apology? I understand.
Huh! Judy, I don't know what to do.
Just tell people you're gonna go get supplies.
They don't know the difference.
No, I'm talking about Mrs.
Davis' camera.
Put it back in the drawer if it makes you feel that bad.
It's not the camera she wants.
It's what's on it.
If you take naked pictures of yourself and just leave them around, don't be surprised if they get out.
Can you stop being a complete idiot for one second? There were pictures of her daughter on here.
The last pictures she ever took of Rebecca.
That's why Kelly's freaking out! I feel awful! You got to give them back.
I can't.
I erased them.
The memory card was full, and I just deleted the whole file without even looking at it.
What should I do? Nothing.
Do nothing.
But Mrs.
Davis is coming back to get the camera, and Kelly's still out looking for it.
Listen to me.
This never happened.
There's no camera, no photos, no nothing.
Well, that's not gonna work.
It always works, Malia.
You do something, maybe later you find out it's against the law.
No harm, no foul.
There's nothing you can do to help Mrs.
Davis now, so you might as well try to save yourself.
Suit yourself.
I tried.
Why did you call me here? I called you because I was in trouble and you got a gun.
Well, Dr.
Beautiful seemed to have everything under control.
Oh! "Dr.
Beautiful"? I love it.
Well, guess what? Dr.
Beautiful and I are just friends, so He's a friend? A friend.
I see you.
I know you.
Don't ask me how.
I know exactly who you are.
Really? Yeah.
So, what do you see? I see how you stare at that Dr.
Wonderful guy when he comes in.
Okay, well, just so you know All right? Uh-huh.
It's a thing of the past.
That's done.
Today's your lucky day.
Oh, today's my lucky day? Yeah.
Oh, okay.
I'll give you a prescription.
All right? Prescription? Yeah.
All right, number one.
Number one.
I want you to sit with Marcus.
I know.
I know.
Tsk, tsk, tsk Come back.
You got to make it right with Marcus.
All right? You went a little hard.
And, uh, you'll get what I'm saying when you look him in the eye.
Trust me.
Okay? You'll get what I'm talking about.
Number two.
You are gonna run up to your daughter and apologize for giving her your DNA.
Hear me? Let me tell you something about Camille.
She needs her mom.
She doesn't need you to be Dad.
She doesn't need you to fix everything.
So, just talk to her.
Okay? She needs you.
Okay? That's two.
Number three.
You got to tell Dr.
Wonderful how much you love him.
He needs to hear it.
Nick? You don't want me to do that.
You're right.
I don't want you to do that.
But you need to.
Then, who's gonna take care of Nick? I wish it was you.
Listen, I'll make you a deal.
If he's smart enough to let you go, I'll be dumb enough to catch you.
Three things.
You got to do those three things.
Three things.
Is Kelly around? Uh, why don't Why don't you wait right here and I'll go find her? Thank you.
Davis is here.
God, I feel terrible for her.
What are you gonna say? I'm gonna tell her the truth.
That I lost it.
But you didn't lose it.
Yes, I did.
I left it in an unsafe place, and I should have had it locked up, and it was my fault.
I took it.
What? Why? You've just been so bossy ever since Christina made you charge nurse.
Oh, my gosh! Thank you.
Thank you for telling the truth, Malia.
That's not all of it.
I erased the pictures.
What? How could you do something like that? I I didn't know what was on there.
I swear.
I mean, I never would have taken it.
Are you kidding me? You're making excuses for yourself? No, I'm so sorry! You got to believe me! Look, I know that you don't like me very much.
Okay, at all.
But I'm not that bad of a person.
I swear.
I didn't want to hurt anybody, especially not her, after all she's been through.
But you did! You just did hurt her! You got to give me another chance.
No! I can't even deal with you right now! I have to go out there and break that woman's heart! Mary? Kelly.
How are you? I just need to talk to you for a sec.
I have some bad news, kind of.
Someone accidentally deleted all the pictures.
But this was all that I had.
Who would do something like that? Someone who didn't know what it was.
I should have saved them.
Now I'll never have the chance.
I'm so sorry.
Kelly, can I talk to you? One minute, okay, Malia? No, I need to talk to you now.
One second, okay? What? I know this doesn't make up for it, but We don't need a picture here to remember how beautiful your daughter was.
Thank you.
She needs to be terminated.
She went after a hospital employee.
We witnessed the entire thing, and sadly, so did many of our patients.
Okay, just hold on, okay? Christina was responding to a personal issue.
Now, we can discuss how she handled it, but there's no need to talk about terminating.
She is the director of nursing.
She oversees hundreds of employees.
This was hardly a show of professionalism.
Erin, you have no idea what she was dealing with today.
What she did warrants disciplinary action.
Let me deal with that, okay? John, she's a liability.
And I'm telling you, it's not your concern.
My concern is that this hospital pass inspection, and that should be your concern, too! It's gonna be a lot harder to do without Nurse Hawthorne.
What is going on with you and Christina? You couldn't talk to me today because you had to help her? And now you go against me and defend her when she is so clearly in the wrong.
Tom, what is going on? Look, Christina and I have been through a lot together.
Okay, a lot of difficult times.
And we We had something.
Or, at least, I thought we had something.
We slept together.
And I asked her to marry me.
And she said She said no, so we ended it.
And now, we're just friends.
That's it.
We're just friends, truly.
And I am sorry that I didn't tell you all of this.
I should have.
You should have.
Let me talk to you over here for a minute.
I'm sorry.
That's not acceptable.
She stole a camera.
Can you prove it? She admitted it to me.
This isn't a court of law.
Malia just returned what was missing.
Two-day suspension.
Two-week suspension, without pay, and a letter goes in her employment record.
The union won't accept that.
Won't accept it? Do you know what was on that camera? And she regrets it, but she's also trying to do what's right here.
One-week suspension at reduced salary, but nothing on her permanent record.
You know, take her deal.
The first one.
You don't have to do that.
I can take it, the suspension, everything else.
Why don't you let me do the talking, Malia? Hey, lame-o, why don't you just get out of my face and let me handle this my way? Okay, Kelly? What's that? It means, come sit on my lap.
Why? Because I'm your mother and I want to hold you.
That's a little weird, you know? What's weird about your mother wanting to hold you? Come on! Okay.
But stop doing that.
Ow, ow, ow.
You okay? You got a bony butt, okay? And you get that from your dad, not me.
All right? I've never felt like that before.
I don't know what came over me.
Apparently, my DNA.
Man, when I look at you, Camille, I swear, it's like I'm looking into a mirror.
We take care of each other.
Okay? You think we could find a way to do that a little better? Maybe? Yeah.
I want you to be better than me, Camille.
That's all I ask.
So, I can still see Marcus? I don't really see how I'm gonna be able to get in the way of that, so, I guess, if you choose.
That's it? Bye.
It's been a crazy-ass day at James River.
Do you still want to grab a bite? Get a drink? Get pissed off? Uh, that's "get pissed.
" Oh.
I suppose you could use a drink after today.
Hmm? Yeah.
Mostly, though, I just want to find out what Guillaume's like in bed.
Enough of that, now.
I'm just teasing you.
I don't know why you're so bent out of shape about it.
Guy walks into the hospital, calls you Guillaume, both went to med school.
You have British accents.
Listen, um, I think I'm just gonna head home, if that's all right.
I've got an early start tomorrow, and Okay.
Hey, Marcus.
Looks pretty bad.
You all right? Yeah.
Look, here.
I want you to see who really sent the text.
No, I don't have Just look at it.
Your roommate.
Some girl he had relations with.
She actually doesn't even speak English.
And he likes it that way.
I must seem like a total psycho to you.
I guess saying sorry isn't gonna cut it, no matter how much I really mean it.
We could start there.
You know, see where it goes.
I'm really sorry.
I let my emotions get the best of me.
And I never realized how strong my feelings were for you.
So, what are you saying? I guess I love you? Well, you have a crazy way of showing it.
That runs in the family.
Tell me about it.
You want a lift? Yeah.
Tom, hey.
Come here.
What's going on? Is everything all right? How's Camille? She's fine.
I just Thank you for everything.
You took really good care of her today.
I just Well, I care about her a lot.
You know that.
Tom, um, these last few weeks have been excruciating.
There are a lot of things that I need to tell you, a lot of things I should tell you, a lot of things I want to tell you.
And, um Tom, I Tom? Uh, we should, uh, probably go.
Yeah, just Just one minute.
Okay? There's something Christina really wants to tell me.
You two should have a good night.
Good night.