New Amsterdam (2018) s04e16 Episode Script

All Night Long

1 Previously on "New Amsterdam" Your husband is very lucky.
If only I'd met you 15 years earlier.
How does your girlfriend have a residency slot here? I made a donation, okay? You know, when the staff finds out, you're gonna lose all their respect.
You already lost mine.
If this child isn't yours, there's no shame in stepping away.
Lyn and I will be just fine.
Shake your groove thing, shake your groove thing ♪ Yeah, yeah ♪ Show 'em how to do it now ♪ Shake your groove thing, shake your groove thing ♪ Yeah, yeah ♪ Show 'em how to do it now ♪ Show 'em how you do it now ♪ Let's show the world we can dance ♪ Bad enough to strut our stuff ♪ Let's show 'em that we can dance ♪ We do more out on the floor ♪ - You ordered another one? - Yes, yes.
You know how many calories this one has? No, get off! Oh, my God.
This is amazing.
- No more alcohol for you.
- Oh, come on.
Shake your groove thing, shake your groove thing ♪ Yeah, yeah ♪ Show 'em how to do it now ♪ Shake your groove thing, shake your groove thing ♪ Yeah, yeah ♪ Show 'em how to do it now ♪ Hi, how are you? I smell of airplane.
I don't care.
Can we get out of here and Hold that thought for a couple of hours.
The next round's on me! - Oh, no way! - Where are we going next? - You're ridiculous.
- No, I'm done.
I might be done for good.
Lauren? Oh, no, I'm sorry.
Elizabeth, I'm dying.
I can't.
Oh, no, no.
I'm dangerously close to forgetting my own address.
- His liver - Good night, everyone.
- See ya, guys.
- Night.
- No, even that's too loud.
- Oh, my - What were we thinking? - That we're still 28.
But we're not.
Anybody our at age who drinks that much booze and thinks they still can be okay is a liar.
- Who's still got it? - We still got it.
- What's up, fellas? - Oh, no, no, no, no.
- Why is everyone screaming? - You guys are as bad as Helen.
She couldn't even get out of bed this morning.
But I'm gonna need you to dust off those cobwebs, all right? - Break through that wall, yeah? - Yeah.
How are you not nauseous and dying? Well, I've got English tolerance now.
More than that, I've got the greatest hangover cure in the world purpose.
Today is a big day at New Amsterdam.
Yeah, you don't work at New Amsterdam.
Yeah, you work at a third-tier urgent-care center inside New Amsterdam.
Yeah, but Urgent Medicine, Inc.
Has a, um, bold vision, not to mention a seat on the board at New Amsterdam, which happens to be meeting tonight.
So tonight we're gonna take Veronica down.
- All right.
- Yeah.
- Guys, guys, great news - Board meeting got bumped, so we get to go home early, and I can finally set this taco hat on fire.
"Bumped"? Today was my day.
It was my whole thing.
I was gonna do my whole Yeah, well it's gonna have to wait two weeks till Veronica's back from whatever conference is more important than running this hospital.
What am I supposed to do for two weeks? Well, you do work at Urgent Medicine, Inc.
- Theirs is a bold vision.
- Thank you.
Look, I know that the clinic may not be glamorous, but we get to help people, so just grow up and - Oh, God.
- Jeez.
Um That was close.
What was that? Well, if I'm ever gonna get back together with Leyla, I have to make it crystal clear that I am not pursuing her.
I can't have fake accidentally bumping into her, can I? No, 'cause that would make you look crazy.
Which way is the stupid clinic anyway? This way.
We have to take the service elevator, and we're not allowed to talk to anyone.
Can somebody help me? - Let's get him into a chair.
- Sir, what's your name? Uh, Max Max Bloomstein.
Um, why don't you have a seat? Okay, how were you injured, Mr.
Bloomstein? - I slipped in the shower.
- Aah! Ah! Let's get him into a procedure room.
Tachy's at 110.
Let's hang a bag of normal saline, wide open.
- How's the wound look? - Pretty extensive.
And there's a superficial retained object.
- What is that? - I don't know, an antenna? Uh, all right, uh, let's, uh Tachy's up to 130.
Let's hang a second bag of normal saline, wide open.
- I got it.
- Max he's lost a lot of blood.
Yeah, he needs a unit of packed red cells.
We don't have anything like that.
- No, but New Amsterdam does.
- I'll ask Wilder.
Excuse me.
Hey, uh, Ben, Elizabeth's not responding to any of my texts, and I really need a bag of O negative.
- Uh, I'll have some sent up.
- Great, thanks.
- You okay? - It's, uh Five years of working together, Elizabeth's never been late, not once.
Oh, well, she went pretty hard at karaoke last night, so I'm sure she's just sleeping it off.
- Let me know.
- Mm-hmm.
- Just one patient left? - Just got to wrap a cast.
Great, that shouldn't take long.
So, um how do you feel about duets? Specifically "Reunited" or "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now"? I'm not going to karaoke night.
- But everyone's going.
- Exactly.
Look, there's gonna be so many people there, you probably won't even see Dr.
An old army buddy's leaving town, and we're grabbing a drink, preferably where people aren't singing.
Well, how about a drive-by? Well, that's what it's called, right? When you just stop by Please, just for me.
- Fine, fine.
- A drive-by.
- Ah.
- La, la, la, la ♪ - No singing.
- I'll take it.
- Jiminy Constantinople? - Yes.
Hey, I'm Casey.
I'll be wrapping your cast this evening.
Boots were made for walking ♪ And that's just what they'll do ♪ And one of these days these boots ♪ Are gonna walk all over you ♪ Hey, I got my digital card right here.
Just hang on.
It's connected to this stupid app that never frickin' works.
You keep lyin' when you ought to be truthin' ♪ Yeah, don't care, man.
Dude, I have two shots and a booster.
I-I'm a nurse at a hospital.
- Like I said, don't care.
- Go on in.
You keep samin' when you oughta be a-changin' ♪ Um, I realize the irony of this, but you really shouldn't let anyone without a vaccine card in.
These boots are made ♪ Casey in the house! One of these days these boots ♪ Are gonna walk all over you ♪ Time to make a new path ♪ I have never seen anyone down three Flaming Zombies, and I'm Australian.
- Yeah, please.
- Yeah, take it.
- Whoo.
- Nice.
- Oh.
- Hey, sorry.
- Oh, hey.
- Hey.
- Uh, it's just water, so - Okay.
- How much longer? - What? How much longer am I gonna be in the doghouse? Like, a month, a year? Give me a ballpark figure.
Okay, can we not do this here? I screwed up, okay? I know that I screwed up, but I'm doing everything I can to make it right.
You know I am.
I lost everything Leyla, my job, my best friend.
I'm a shell of a person now.
Is that not penance enough? No, it's not.
- Why? - 'Cause honor matters.
What, are we in "Serpico"? Okay, now I'm leaving.
No, no, no, no, no, no, wait, wait, wait.
I'm sorry, I'm sorry, okay? I know how you feel about Sidney Lumet.
I will do anything, anything to get you to talk to me again.
Wear that hat for the rest of the night.
- Done.
- And all day tomorrow, too.
- Absolutely not.
- That is just bad doctoring.
Oh, maybe if you explain to your patients why you're doing it, they might smile.
Maybe even humanize you.
Uh, I would like to purchase the taco hat.
No, but you can win it if you finish a fry bucket.
- Why is it a taco hat? - It just is.
- Lauren, forget it.
- I'm just being dumb.
- No, never mind.
- Let's do it.
Let's get the hat down, 'cause honor matters.
- No way! - That is ridiculous! - Where we going next? - I'm done.
I might be done for good.
Lauren? Oh, no, I'm sorry.
Elizabeth, I can't.
- I dying.
- Oh, no, no.
I'm dangerously close to forgetting my own address.
I got to call it for, like, my liver.
The livers take care of your livers, everybody.
Bye, guys.
And then he took out the magazine Oh, and a gallon of sand poured out.
- Oh, my God.
- Oh, man.
That fool's lucky to be alive.
- Oh, we all are, man.
- Yeah.
Yo, man, it was so good to hook up with you before you head out, bro.
Hey, um, Houston's not happening, bro.
What? I don't want to talk about it.
Well, how about that job I hooked you up with, dude? Just leave it, okay? Oh, listen, bro, if you're scared of missing out on the support group, I can find something out there that would Hey, man! Yo, whoa, bro.
Whoa, whoa, man.
Yo, hey, take it easy.
Take it easy, man.
I don't want to talk about it, all right? Ronnie, you high right now? Always on my case, man, always.
- Stop, stop, stop the car - Stop the car, man.
Stop? How fast you want to stop? Ronnie, Ronnie, to pull the car over now.
Want to stop the car? You want to stop the car so bad? Let's stop the car.
Casey, let's stop the car! - How much you want to stop? - Ronnie, stop! Hey, baby, I was just thinking about you, so I made us a reservation for tonight, somewhere, uh, cozy and a little sexy.
- Uh, text me when you wake up.
- Love ya.
- I cut you off at "sexy"? - Sure did.
Sorry about that.
I need you to sign off on transferring Mr.
Hoffstettington to my floor.
- Mister - Hoffstettington, aka Max Bloomstein, aka Jiminy Constantinople.
Right, right, right, right.
Wait, uh, I thought you already took him? - No, why would you think that? - Be - Oh.
- Damn it.
- He was just here.
- Where could he have gone? - Uh - Max.
- Oh, my God.
- What? He's climbing.
Look out.
Casey, I ate the fries.
I'm wearing the stupid taco hat.
You're supposed to be talking to me again, not sending me to voice mail every time I call.
Where are you? Call me back.
Hell, yeah.
Uptown girl ♪ She's been living in her uptown world ♪ I bet she never had a backstreet guy ♪ I bet her mama never told her why ♪ I'm gonna try for an uptown girl ♪ She's been living in her white-bread world ♪ Oh so you're the one hogging the songbook? I have so much to narrow down.
Why? Are you seriously gonna sing another one? Uh, Adele's "A Million Years Ago," but I need to know what's after that.
I have to say, I think this Urgent Medicine, New Amsterdam team-up thing is so cool.
I just I love to see everyone together.
No, look, I-I've been trying to put together a karaoke night for years Nothing.
Elizabeth mentions it once, half the hospital shows up.
It's messed up.
Why why you looking at me like that? You're definitely tan dominant, but there's encroachment of red and blue in your aura.
What? Your aura is troubled.
I mean, I don't know about troubled, but What if I could make you feel better in five minutes? These are Vaccaria seeds.
You place them on pressure points along the earlobes for ultimate clarity.
All you have to do is squeeze them.
- Oh, my goodness.
- You try it.
- This is insane.
- Right? Yeah.
You ever do this on yourself? Sometimes, but for clarity, my go-to is meditation.
It has to be on the water.
Have you been to the pier in Long Island City? The new one? No.
I love it so much.
- Sorry.
Hold on a sec.
- Yeah.
You all right? Uh, yeah, I'm fine.
You look like you could use a drink.
I don't drink usually.
Excuse me.
- Oh, my God, no way! - That is ridiculous! I'm done.
I might be done for good.
- Lauren? - Oh, no, I'm sorry.
Elizabeth, I can't.
I'm dying.
Oh, no.
Oh, no.
I'm dangerously close to forgetting my own address.
I got to call it for, like, my liver.
For the livers, everybody.
Bye, guys.
Love you, guys.
- Hey! - Whoa! Hello.
Hey, uh Max or or or Jiminy or whatever your real name is, please, come inside.
I couldn't do it.
I couldn't That's good.
That's good you couldn't jump.
You're not hearing me.
No psych ward.
I can't be locked up.
I have to climb.
Okay, okay, you don't want to be confined.
I understand that.
Just please give me your real name, okay? Give me that.
Just give me your first name.
I have to climb.
No, no, you don't.
You don't.
You have a serious injury, okay? We need to come inside.
I can't go back.
I won't go back.
That's fine.
You don't need to go.
Just just tell me why.
Okay? Just just just tell me why, and I can try to help you.
- The toilet.
- What Excrement higher than the rim.
People have weapons.
They hurt you.
You were in jail.
I can't go back to Rikers.
Okay, Gustavo, you're at New Amsterdam.
You're not in Rikers.
I will always be at Rikers.
Wait, wait, wait.
I want you to give me your hand.
- I can't.
- Yes, you can.
Yes, you can.
Look at me.
I'm right here.
Please, give me your hand.
- Out of the way! Iggy! - Yeah.
Yeah, yeah.
I got you, I got you.
Hey, hey, what were you doing out there? I wasn't trying to kill myself.
I was climbing.
I was climbing.
When I climb, I'm at peace.
I need a full trauma team now! You all waiting for Dr.
Castries? Yes, and I'm first.
Lady, no one is trying to steal your spot.
You stole my spot.
Uh, I just wanted to quickly thank Mia for her help with some seeds, but it looks like she's swamped.
- She's not here.
- She hasn't been in all morning.
And she's not picking up her phone.
Very nice.
Oh, very dignified.
Ah, yes, champagne.
It's my secret weapon.
Has zero effect on me.
I can drink this entire bottle, - which I will - Yes.
And, uh, still have 100% mental clarity and judgment.
Since we're telling secrets It's not exactly a secret, but, yeah.
- You're on my vision board.
- I was - Oh.
- No, I'm I'm serious.
- Okay.
- I really admire you.
You have it all and make it look so bloody easy.
Respected, successful therapist.
Yeah, well, that's all That's very flattering, Trevor.
- Thank you.
- No, I mean it.
You you're the full package, Dr.
Iggy Frome.
Um To, um - to friendship.
- Yes.
- Okay? - Friendship.
- Here we go.
- Count me all the way in.
All night long ♪ All night long ♪ All night long ♪ All night long ♪ Bartender, one extra-chilly bottle of champagne for me, please, and, um, a shot of your choice for the gentleman in the green frock over there.
Thank you.
Gladys! Gladys! Hi! Oh, my God.
Oh, I love you.
Oh, I love you, too, Iggy.
- You do? - Yes.
Which is why I'm expressing my concern.
- You are? - You've had a lot to drink.
Oh, please.
First of all, champagne has zero effect on me.
Okay? Facts.
- This was made in New Jersey.
- Mm-hmm.
The region of Nouvelle Jersey.
It's wonderful, wonderful new region.
And, secondly, I, uh I don't remember what my second point was at this very moment, but that may prove my first point, because maybe there never was a second point.
Okay, are you sure you know what you're doing? Hmm? Oh, that? That? You're concerned about that? - Yes.
- Why? For what? What are Trev and I are, uh We're here with colleagues.
We're all here having work drinks together.
What are you We're rocking some 'raoke.
And Martin, uh, I would've invited him along, but he wanted to stay home tonight.
He wanted a night in.
So you didn't invite him? No, I didn't invite him, okay? Because he literally said, "I would prefer to stay home tonight.
" All right, would I have even considered inviting him if I was hiding something? - Come on.
- Uh, no more alcohol for you.
- Gladys, no, Gladys.
- Hey.
You are hey, hey.
You are harshing my vibe.
You're killing my vibe.
Your vibe has had two bottles of very off-brand champagne.
It's not that off-brand, and I like it.
Bartender, cut off for the night.
No, no.
- I'm not.
- Thank you.
That's ridiculous.
I'm not.
I'm not.
- He's done.
- I'm not That's not my mom.
All night long ♪ All night long ♪ All night long ♪ Oh, my God! That's ridiculous! Where are we going next? No, look, I'm done.
I might be done for good.
- Lauren? - No, Elizabeth.
No, I'm dying.
I can't.
I can't.
I got to go.
I'm dangerously close to forgetting my own address.
I got to call it for, like, my liver.
- The livers for the livers! - See ya later.
Bye, guys.
Love you.
- See ya.
- Whoo! Oh, what a night.
What a night.
I didn't want that to end.
Yeah, well, you know, all good things, right? - Yeah.
- So till tomorrow.
Till tomorrow, yeah.
I'm down here, the uptown six.
I'm six, downtown.
- Same station.
- Different directions.
We're walking this way, so we can just keep walking this way.
I mean, look-it, we're already - We're doing it.
- Hey! - Whoa! Hello.
- Watch it, lady.
That lady is either incredibly drunk or just learning how to ride a bicycle.
Or both of those things.
Oh, my gosh.
I don't remember the last time I was out this late.
- Oh, really? - What time is it? I love the city at night.
I do, too, but, you know, it's been a while.
Believe it or not, there was a time when, uh, yours truly took in more than his share of sunsets - Sunrises, I mean.
- Oh, really? A bit of a party boy.
No, no.
- Yeah.
- No, not me.
No, I was a I was a good boy, but I did get around, you know? Burned a hole in my Eurail pass after college - Just go to a new city.
- Yeah.
And I would just walk into the night, you know? - Nice.
- I'd get lost.
And I would just meet these people.
- Nice.
- It was great.
It's not as great as you think.
What, getting lost? No, I love that part.
My, uh my life.
It's not as great as you think.
The domestic parts, they just they just take over, and Mark and I rarely go out anymore, if ever.
The kids are just full Full-time, man, you know? They're amazing.
They're amazing.
They're amazing.
They're amazing.
But spontaneity is just out of the question.
Even our responsibilities have responsibilities.
I love so much of it, you know? But I'd be lying if, um, I didn't say that there are moments where I feel like I'm missing something.
Spontaneity feels like a thing of the past.
Well, there's only one way to find out.
He climbed up five flights outside the building? Yep.
Looks like we're clear of adhesions to the pancreas.
Hmm, good to go.
All right, suction.
I heard Lyn started back up today.
Yeah, just part-time I'm sure she'll ignore that part.
Also, I was offered a chief of surgery position.
Claude, that's fantastic.
Beaumont Medical in Denver.
So Yeah, we're moving to Colorado.
They're very lucky to have you.
- Thank you, Floyd.
Thank you.
- Yeah.
- BP's dropping.
- We got a bleeder.
Lap pad.
- Oh, there you are.
- Ah, uh I need you to sign off on Julio Rilian Humperdink, or whoever, ten minutes ago.
Right, yeah.
Sorry, that's my fault.
I've been avoiding my office all day.
That have anything to do with yesterday's trip to Tipsy Town? Um, yes, Gladys, it does.
You were right.
I was making a fool of myself.
We're all entitled to one of those you're fine.
Nothing you did at the bar was beyond the pale.
Yeah, it's what happened after the bar that I'm worried about.
What? What is this? - What's happening? - We're backed up.
We've been scrambling without Trevor.
Where, uh where is Trevor? No idea.
Didn't come in today.
What happened after you left the bar? Now, baby ♪ So don't complain or drive me ♪ Drive me insane ♪ - Baby ♪ - Mm I don't ♪ Spend you around ♪ - Baby, tell me what ♪ - Ouch.
- and I'll tell you what I want ♪ - Yeah.
Girl, you came, so don't complain ♪ - Just tell me ♪ - Come on, get up ♪ Come on, get up ♪ - Just get on down, just turn it up ♪ - Spin it around ♪ Get on down, and let's get up ♪ Now, baby ♪ - So don't complain or drive me ♪ - - Drive me insane ♪ - - Baby, I'm down ♪ - Just spin me around ♪ Mm-mm.
And I'll surely be found ♪ I said I'm up and I'm down ♪ - So spin me around ♪ - Okay.
- Get on down, come on, get up ♪ - Just get on down ♪ You Spin it around ♪ Get on down ♪ Oh, my God! No, that's ridiculous! Where we going next? Oh, I might be I'm done.
I might be done for good.
Lauren? Oh, no, I'm sorry, Elizabeth.
I'm dying.
I can't.
I can barely remember my own address at this point.
I'm gonna call for, like, my liver.
- For the livers, everybody.
- Bye, guys.
- Good night, everybody.
- See ya.
What an awesome night.
Gladys cannot sing, but she puts on quite the show.
And you are awfully quiet.
Well, it could be the singing or the drinking or the fact that I just really want to get you home.
Oh, fair enough.
Well, here I am.
- Wow.
- Whoo! My goodness.
- I had no idea.
- Yes.
Is Luna home with the sitter? 'Cause I really want to wake her up with some kisses.
No, she's with Gwen and Calvin this weekend.
- Oh.
- I really miss my little girl.
She misses you.
Well, maybe we can drive up and see her? - Yeah.
- Yeah, we should.
- What? - Sure you're okay? - I'm good.
- Yeah? Why do you keep asking me? Mm.
Mm, mm, mm.
- You all right? - Mm.
It's just been a really long night.
Well, booze and jet lag and That fourth shot really didn't help.
- I should get you to bed.
- Bed.
- Mm-hmm.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
- Sleep.
- Mm-hmm.
- No.
No? 'Cause I've waited for tonight for a long time, and I'm not giving up now.
So I'm gonna go in there and get ready.
And you're gonna come join me in there.
Be right there.
Just be a minute.
Do you want to Do you want to Do you want to get married? I think we should get married.
Do you want to get married, because I obviously I do, 'cause I got the ring and everything, and I was just wondering if you did, 'cause if you did, I would.
Pop it out.
Don't catch it.
That's stupid.
Just open the frickin' thing.
There you go.
But don't What is that? Slow is nice.
Can't even open the thing idiot.
Just ask her.
I Will you marry me? Surgery went well.
You know, you can tell me your real name if you want.
Secret's safe with me.
Uh, so how long was your sentence at Rikers? 90 days For writing one bad check.
But COVID slowed my trial down, and I couldn't make bail.
I was in Rikers for six months.
And I kept thinking someone would try to come and get me.
This can't be right.
Then you get out, and you start thinking any second someone's gonna come and take you back.
I keep hearing voices in my head saying, "You're trapped.
You're trapped.
" And when the voices get loud I have to climb.
It's the only thing that makes the voice stop.
Here, I want you to do me a favor.
Take a picture.
Don't think about it too much.
Just pick anything in the room and snap an absolutely incredible photo.
Just do it Simple assignment.
Like this? You tell me.
Is that the best photo you can take of that window? Is the lighting good? Is the framing good? I mean, it's dark in here.
All right, well, I think we can handle that.
Let there be light.
All right, then you go ahead and you mess with all the setting on there, okay? Go on.
Do your thing.
The thing about climbing the only thing you can think about is where your hand goes next, where your foot goes next.
That's it.
If you don't, you fall.
It doesn't allow you to think about the past or anything else, really.
Don't look at me.
Focus, you know.
Literally, look.
Your background's getting all wacky.
The light's too high.
All right, well, fiddle with the lighting settings in there.
That's on you, man.
Like this? It's your picture.
Not too bad.
Actually, that's really nice.
So, tell me, at what point during that process did the voices stop bothering you? How how did that happen? Well, trauma locks you in the past.
Climbing keeps you in the present.
That that's not the only thing that can do that, though.
That camera, it doesn't see the past or the future or anything.
It just it just sees what's right in front of it, right here, right now.
What do you see? Maybe you even see a way out? Not literally.
That window is locked.
So, you know Gustavo Moro.
It's a pleasure to meet you, Gustavo Moro.
Well, just call me when you know.
Why are you in a plant? I dropped something.
Was it your taco hat? - Yes.
- Found it.
I'm trying to give you space.
I really want to give you that even if it means hiding in a plant, so Thank you.
You okay? There's a problem with my visa.
What kind of problem? I think I'm being deported.
- Hey.
- Hey.
So nice seeing you around here again.
- Floyd, I need to - It's all good.
Claude already told me about Colorado.
He did? Yes, and You know, I'm happy for you, for both of you.
You know, you deserve a fresh start together and Stop, stop.
What? The baby is yours.
- You okay? - No, I'm not.
I'm getting hit from, like, a thousand different directions.
What's going on? Well, for one thing, Casey never showed up today.
He's not answering his phone.
Well, they were both drinking.
- Who's they? - Wilder.
She never showed up either.
Hey, have you heard from Elizabeth? - Uh, or Casey? - Uh, no, why? Neither of them came in.
That's weird.
Mia didn't either.
Hey, I got your page.
What's going on? Half our karaoke party is missing.
- No Casey, Elizabeth, Mia.
- No Trevor.
All right, well, this can't be a coincidence.
Did did anyone speak to any of them today? No, and I've left Trevor a ton of messages.
Okay, we were all in the bar last night.
Why is it just those four missing? It's not just four.

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