Nurses (2020) s01e07 Episode Script


1 How strong do we have to be to face what we face every day treating people on the worst day of their lives every shift? He has hep C, 'kay? And he fell.
He's sick and you gotta help him.
The madness of ordinary moments, accidents, incidents, unexpected pain unknowable outcomes and the unpredictability of human nature.
Please just come and get your stuff so that I don't have to look at it anymore.
No, Kabir, there is no us.
- It's over! - Thanks for these.
Rough day? No.
I'm in a really great place.
I went for a 5k run this morning, I'm focused on work, and I started a juice cleanse.
Stupid! Stupid! Stupid! (CLANKING) Thank you.
(PADLOCK CLOSING) It's Keon again at St.
Your son Sheldon is still down here.
Please give us a call.
When is your dad usually finished at work? - (MONITOR BEEPING) - What does he do? Contract stuff.
Like, fixes things.
Am I stuck here? Can I just go? We need to discharge you to an adult family member, bud.
- So, stuck here?! - Is there anyone else you can contact? Not really.
Sasha Devens? - And what's the issue? - Hmmm my family doctor is worried that he's underweight.
And he just cries and cries unless I'm rocking him.
But not too fast though.
Not too slow.
Just right.
- Okay? - You want a break? - I can take him.
I can do it.
- He's not radioactive.
- Hahaha! - I'm sorry.
It's, uh it's my first time in the obviously, in the family clinic.
- So fragile, eh? - Oh, I know.
The first time the doctor said that I could take him home, I was just like, "What?" Like, "Are you sure?" Couldn't show it though.
I had to prove that I was up for the task.
My parents were so far up my ass to give him up.
I'm like in major overshare these days.
It's like I'm permanently drunk.
Two toes down.
Yeah, pedicures will never be the same.
Maybe you'll get a 20% discount.
You know, when you're going downhill, you don't ever think that you'll literally gonna fall apart.
Haha! Sorry.
I shouldn't laugh.
Really? It's the only thing that gets me through.
(NURSE SIGHING) Life is hard.
You have to laugh.
And then buckle down, take responsibility and be your best you.
You can't just do whatever you want because it feels good in the moment.
You have to make - choices and stick with them.
- Oh, good Lord! I'm just saying, life is all about accepting - how things are.
- Okay, that's enough! - You want me to give up? - No.
No, you misunderstood me.
- No, no, I understand.
- In fact, suddenly, everything has become very clear, so thank you.
What are you doing? I have become a professional patient.
I eat, drink and crap on a schedule! You live in the hospital, it has to be on schedule.
Yeah, but is that a life?! Well, I can tell you it's not.
No, no.
- I'm getting out of here.
Haha! - Okay, well, you can't just leave.
You have to get a signed release from a doctor.
- Who cares? I don't care.
- You should.
- I don't care.
I don't! - You're a diabetic with chronic renal failure.
You're a long-term patient; if you leave, you're gonna lose your bed.
I don't care.
This place is keeping me alive, but I am dying inside.
Look, there is a proper way to do this.
- Screw the proper way! - Do you want to lose your bed?! Do you even have anywhere to go? Okay.
This is a leave of absence form.
We will fill it out together.
And then the doctor will come, you'll do your dialysis, we'll do an health examination, and then he will sign you out legally.
And then you can go and visit family.
Or get some fresh air.
- Okay? - (PATIENT SIGHING) But then you get to come back in the morning, and you get to keep your bed.
Come on! Okay.
Reason for absence? Come on, we're on the same team here.
My brother passed away.
I am so sorry for your loss.
It's a little late for a memorial service.
It's more of a celebration of life.
Great! Uh, address for where you will be staying.
Put 546, Tindale Street.
It's the first place I lived in when I moved to Toronto.
Oh yeah, that place ended badly.
- As all true love does.
- A sore subject? No, I'm.
recently single.
Honestly, I'm totally over it.
He's tongue-tied.
His frenulum is too tight, and he can't get a good latch because of it.
Um, okay, so what do we do? Just a quick surgical cut.
Are you okay with that? What? Wha Hmmm I guess.
Sure, I guess so.
If that's what you have to do.
I mean, what are you gonna do? Are you gonna do it right now? You're gonna do it right here? Some moms prefer to leave the room as there is - a bit of blood.
- They do? Okay, well, I don't know.
Is he gonna be It'll be a moment, and then you can nurse him.
- (SNIPPING SOUND) - (BABY CRYING) Oh, my God! Oh, my God! - Jay! It's my baby! - He's fine.
He's fine.
He's fine.
Nurse him now, it's the best thing for healing.
Oh, it's alright.
It's okay, it's okay.
Oh, I'm sorry.
It's okay, baby.
Come here.
There you go.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
I'm not like full-on hysterical, I just I should have stayed.
I should have stayed.
Do you need anything? No, I'm fine.
I just haven't been getting very much sleep, but yeah we're good.
Do you have help at home? My parents live a couple of hours away.
When I reneged on the adoption, I decided to prove that I can do this by myself, but I can't just go home.
I would like to see you back here for a follow-up in a week.
I I don't think she's safe to go home.
She's exhausted.
We'll keep the baby overnight for monitoring.
Tell her to go home and sleep.
- (MONITOR BEEPING) - Multitasking? Sorry.
I am studying for the OR nurse exams.
Sikka, how are you today? I am fine.
Any news? Dr.
Reyes has winnowed out the sedatives inducing his coma, which means he could emerge in the next 12 hours.
We can't know anything for sure, but we are already seeing an increase in brain activity, as you can see - here and here.
- Haha! My darling, we are here waiting for you.
Your fever's breaking.
I don't even know what happened.
I mean, everything was fine.
Standing one minute, I'm standing there, and suddenly You took my money, you bitch! - I did not! - You're a junkie! Yes, you did! You took my money! You're always taking my money! - Calm down! - Every time, that's it! Hey! Get off him! Get off of him, ma'am! - You've lost it, you know it! - I'm gonna call security if you don't calm down right now! Okay, let's check.
The needle didn't puncture the glove.
You're good.
Alright, we can wait down here until your dad comes.
Cool? - Cool.
- So, what kind of cool ankle break story you're gonna tell your friends? I don't know.
Can't say I was at the skate park 'cause - someone would have seen me.
- True.
Don't want to say that I just stopped and fell backwards - like an amateur.
- Well, in your chart, it says you almost made it over the second car, which would have been an incredible feat after so clearly clearing the first car! - You didn't laugh.
- (LAUGHING): It wasn't funny.
- Hahaha! You hungry? - Yeah.
- Alright.
I'll be right back.
- Okay, cool.
Nurse Khan? (MUMBLING) Sorry, I-I-I-I saw the OR wasn't booked and thought I'd use my break to familiarize myself with the Yankauer suction tube? Ah.
You don't have to leave.
I was just coming in here to decompress before my next case.
I think it's great that you're so interested in growing your career.
Oh, of course.
I I want to do my best.
You know, I I think there's something that you'd be interested in.
Have you heard of surgical care practitioners? (HESITANT): I think so I don't know.
It's a really exciting new field in OR nursing.
Goes way beyond handing over instruments.
It requires a master's, but you seem game.
Haha! Oh, I'm I'm a giant nerd.
- I miss school.
Haha! - You know I learned to suture on fruit.
Do you want to give it a try? Alright.
I'm gonna ask you, and our friendship depends on your answer, how was the sub? - It was good.
It was like all meatball.
- Right? You stick around for breakfast, I'll get you a Lumberjack Special.
- Now, we're talking.
- Hahaha! Let me grab this.
Uh, hey, Dad.
How did you do it, bonehead? I was skating and, like, I kind of stopped fast and fell off my board.
That's it? You stopped fast, huh? Hahahaha! Champ, eh? It's not really funny.
You think? I'm the one who's gonna take care of him.
Hmm? Take him to school, have to put his big-boy pants on, huh? (CHUCKLING) Carry his purse for him, - Hey! - Hey, what's your problem, man? Your son's been waiting here doing his homework the last seven hours waiting for someone who gives a crap to show up.
Not this, not you.
Well, I'm his dad, you jerkoff! - You're a jerk! - Hands off! Keon! - Who the hell are you?! - Keon! - You want a piece of me?! - Get off me.
What happened? What happened?! The guy's a dick.
Mocking his son who's been waiting here all day for him I know, Okay, but you gotta rein it in.
You cannot talk to patients like that ever! Go! Cool off.
I'll cover your patients.
You know, uh let me try again.
I think it's efficiently butchered.
- Hahaha! - (NERVOUSLY): Haha.
Sorry, I I don't know what's wrong with me.
I I-I-I must have had too much coffee.
Hey, 10,000 hours, right? You just gotta grow a thicker skin.
I mean, if emotion gets the better of you in here, it could cost a life.
- Let me show you something.
- Hey, uh, Naz, Veer Sikka's family is looking for you.
- Is he okay? - I don't know.
Uh, sorry.
Thank you so much for taking the time.
I'm going to practice.
I don't doubt it.
So, this room is reserved for Jay who'll have around-the-clock nursing.
And you can go home, you can rest, and you can come back feeling so much better.
What? You think I'm just gonna leave him here overnight like in some psycho orphanage? No, no.
If he needs to stay, then I'm gonna stay with him too.
Well, let me take him, and you can rest.
Yeah? No, my baby needs me, not some stranger.
I got it.
Look! Oh, my God! He's moving! Veer? (SPEAKING HINDI) Baby, it's Ma.
Do you feel my hand? (ALARMING BEEPING) Dr.
Reyes! Dr.
Reyes?! ICP is spiking! Okay, let's sedate him immediately.
- What is it? - What is happening? A surge in brain activity is is causing Veer's brain to swell.
We have we have to reinduce a coma in order to avoid brain damage.
- Oh, God.
- (NAZ GASPING) - (SOB) - Naz excuse yourself.
Good news! The doctor approved your leave.
So, what's your actual plan for tonight? Where's the closest bar? There is this really lovely bed and breakfast close by.
I gave them a call, they have a room available.
It is called The Swan's Rest.
Hahaha! That's exactly what I need: a swan's rest.
What about this place, The Sterling? I wouldn't go there.
There's this really good organic place right next to the Swan's Rest.
I'll just go where the wind takes me.
You know, life is what happens while you're making other plans.
That's Lennon.
- John, not Vladimir.
- (KNOCKING) Don't wish slightly - On a star - (INAUDIBLE SPEAKING) No matter how lucky you think you are You're the one so obsessed with returning this bag.
Just take your stuff I don't want at my place anymore.
Get it yourself, it's in locker 26.
Combination 34-54.
Okay, hold on.
Look, I'm sorry.
It feels wrong for it to end between us.
Did it feel wrong to sleep with me and then go home to your fiancée? - - So where were we? A boyfriend betrothed to another, the plot thickens.
I'm impressed.
I didn't think you had it in you.
You know what they say About playing it safe If you're not living on the edge You're taking up too much space - (SIGHING) - You know what they say About playing it safe If you're not living on the edge - You're taking up too much space - Why didn't he What a lousy day! Does anybody want to get a drink? - Absolutely.
- Hell yeah.
Come back to our house, we'll have people over.
I'm not off 'til 12, but yeah.
Great! Guys, any time after 10.
Oh! No, I was thinking like now.
I'll do the booze run.
Just text me orders.
- What? - Hey, this is the first time we're hanging out, I'll tell you what, like friends.
No, guys (SIGHING) - Right.
Just me.
- Playing it safe (HONKING) - (INDISTINCT SONG PLAYING) - Thank you.
Keep up on the green juice, I see.
Look like you could use a refill.
Two tequilas.
Oh, no, no.
Shouldn't you be careful with alcohol - and your blood-sugar levels? - No, no, no, don't nurse me.
I am off the clock.
And so you better be too.
Besides, I can take care of myself.
I've got my glucometer, I've got my insulin I am a pincushion and as of a few minutes ago, I was at 5.
8, which is about as normal as the guy over there in the beige Dockers.
I'm not here to nurse you; - just here to kill some time.
- Mm-hmm.
You look like you could use this as much as me.
Let the good times roll.
Screw it.
Here's to not leading lives of quiet desperation.
You'll be drinking most of that yourself.
- I gotta bail early tonight.
- What?! No! Well, maybe if you gave me some notice, I could have swapped the early shift.
Okay, but don't you love how spontaneous I am? Don't you love how I can throw a shindig on the spur of the moment? I love a lot of things: ketchup, chips, baseball, my mom Me.
But, oh, that's right, you already said that today.
- Oh! - Oh, my God, are you okay? Yeah, I am.
- Haha! - Ash, what's up? Um, I'm not hurt, I'm I'm Hey.
Hey, Ash, what's going on? Earlier at work, a patient's used needle pricked me.
- Did it break your skin? - No.
(HYPERVENTILATING) Hey, hey, I'm here, okay? I'm here.
Try to take a deep breath.
Okay? (EXHALING) I'm okay, I'm I'm okay.
Thank you.
Should we make moves? (CRYING) Are you okay? - Is everything alright? - Yeah.
(SNIFFLING) Sometimes, I, uh I just cry.
And by sometimes, I mean all the time.
(BABY COOING) (SASHA SIGHING) (SASHA SNIFFLING) Sometimes, I wonder if I should have just let that couple take him.
I know they were nice.
Lots of money.
They seemed happy together.
They would have been amazing parents, but I just I couldn't do it.
(SNIFFLING AND CRYING) And the thing is he probably would have been better off.
You'll never know.
- You'll never know that.
- Yeah.
The path not taken, right? God, sometimes, I even wonder about me.
The me that I would be if I just let him go.
There she is.
What do you think she's got going on? Well, she's in university.
- Okay.
- Not part time.
Full-on degree with lots of parties and a cute boyfriend and I heard he's a douchebag though.
That sounds about right given my taste, but, um you know, she's having a blast.
You think she ever thinks about the the path not taken too? You know, where Baby Jay is and how he's doing? Because I bet she's looking back at you, and she's thinking she is so strong and she is so brave 'cause she went with her gut and now she's making it all work.
It's just It's hard.
(SNIFFLING) And my mom keeps calling me.
And I'm like, "I got this, I got this", but you know I don't actually have this.
I don't have this.
But everybody needs help sometimes, right? Even amazing you needs help sometimes.
And you seriously need some sleep.
Come on.
- - It's time.
Here we go.
Got it.
Okay, so this guy Could be her.
You love him? - You don't know? - I mean, I did back when we dated in university.
The second time around with all the complications and - Infidelities, secrets, lies? - All that fun stuff.
No one can tell you're not living.
Honestly, I'm not even that upset.
It felt fake.
I felt fake.
Do I come across as fake? You did when you were spouting advice from Styling Girl.
I'm just so tired of holding it all together.
It's become who I am.
Then be somebody else.
Maybe backwards? Forward.
Come on, sleep.
Come on.
Real good, good.
Come on.
We can do this.
We can do this.
Come on, baby, fall asleep If we spin really fast maybe you'll fall asleep (BREATHING AUDIBLY) Yeah, Baby Jay, okay? You've got to hit the hay; your mom your mom, she's on the verge of losing her mind.
Oh, you you understood that? Well, yeah, man.
You know, you've got to look out for her, she she struggles sometimes, right? But she keeps getting back up, and she loves you.
She loves you a whole lot.
Man, and if you've got that, man, you've got what matters.
You've got what matters.
Yeah, Baby Jay, you made me kind of feel like a grown-up.
I like you, man.
Yeah, you're alright.
Just go to sleep.
(MURMURING): Go to sleep, okay? Go to sleep.
Okay, yeah.
Okay, good.
(EXHALING) I bet I set a record at St.
Mary's, don't you think? Five months, three days, zero visitors.
Haha! - (INDISTINCT POP SONG PLAYING) - You lived in a lot of cities.
- You don't have family here.
- That's right.
That's one thing I did right.
Yeah, I didn't pass on my family's genes, no.
Although, I did write a book once.
You believe that? Haha! I almost finished my (SNIFFLING) my MFA and here I am.
There's gotta be someone.
You get so good at faking your own strength that you start to fool yourself! And then it's just you and your toes.
Haha! And even they don't stick around.
Don't be like me.
I am alone.
- Not tonight.
- (PATIENT CHUCKLING) (POP MUSIC PLAYING) This is your scene, baby, now - Hahaha! - Haha! This is your scene Baby, now This is your scene, baby, now (INAUDIBLE SPEAKING) Okay.
You're making moves, right? (INAUDIBLE SPEAKING) (WOMAN): Look for the shakes.
That's where the magic is: the outline of whatever.
So, to me, that's a parachute.
- Yeah? - Okay, yeah.
I see that.
So you're falling, but you're supported.
- (INDISTINCT RAP SONG PLAYING) - Okay, you go, your turn.
- Uhh - Think of a question and keep it to yourself.
Flip it over.
- Yo, it's a perfect X.
- (BUZZING) - (KNOCKING) - Hello! - Oh, oh, oh! - (PATIENT CHUCKLING) Hey.
Oh, don't worry about the shoes.
You brought someone.
- Hi, I'm Ashley.
- Oh, hey, hi! Ashley, it's really really, really nice to meet you.
- This is my aunt Nic from my dad's side.
- Hi! Cool! Welcome.
Uh, make yourself at home.
Ooh, wine.
I'm gonna go get some wine.
- You party with your aunt? - Yeah.
Yeah, sometimes.
She's really fun.
I'm sorry that I didn't tell you that I was bringing someone.
Hey, you know, it's all good, as long as she's cool.
Yeah, she's cool and fun.
- I really like your outfit.
- Thanks.
(INDISTINCT RAP SONG PLAYING) (INDISTINCT CHATTER) (ASHLEY): Tell me again why you're leaving me.
Because I work at 6:30 in the morning.
- No, you don't.
- Uh yeah.
- No, you don't.
Since when? - Since all week long.
Keon! Hi! Naz! Wow! - You look amazing! - Really?! - Yeah! - Thank you! Yeah, of course.
Where are you coming from? Were you at, - like, some other event? - Oh, uh yeah.
Hmm baby shower.
You know, a semi-formal baby shower.
- Nice! - Hey! Where are you coming from all dressed up? She's coming from, like, a semi-formal baby shower.
Hey, you want a drink? - Yeah.
- Let me get you a nice! - I'll be right back.
- Mhm.
Hi! I'm Naz, Ashley's colleague.
Oh, another nurse.
You guys are really growing on me.
(WOMAN): Wolf! - Grace, down here! - What are you doing, buddy? How many of Ash's friends are up there? I don't know, like 15 maybe.
- Well, that's manageable.
- (SIGHING) I smoked a joint on the way home, and it's just hitting me.
Can we just, you know, chill for a bit before Ashley's weird friend corners me and asks about how I had leukemia as a kid? Yeah, of course.
Wait, you had leukemia as a kid? Yeah.
- (INDISTINCT POP SONG PLAYING) - (INDISTINCT CHATTER) I like this song! Does anyone know where this basket de fromages came from? That's like really cool crackers.
Uh, can you sit and chat for, like, just a second? Just, I'm not I'm not totally myself today.
- - Yeah.
- Thank you.
- No, thank you.
All night, I can't seem to get anything right.
I lost my temper today, at work.
I never do that.
I broke down in front of a coma patient's family.
This job - So, you just take these? - You never used saline for hangover before? It's like one of the perks - of being a nurse.
- What are the other perks? Well, you know: offering a helping hand, cleaning up piss, vomit, diarrhea, all the fluids.
All the fluids, all the feels.
This fluid's kind of beautiful though.
Let me see.
Oh yeah, look at that.
It is kind of beautiful.
Hold that pose.
- Can you see me through it? - I think I can.
(GRACE SIGHING) I broke up with my boyfriend.
- Wait, you had a boyfriend?! - Well, we all really need - to talk more.
- Yeah.
Haha! Come on, let's do this.
- Okay, let's do this.
- Let's do this.
- (INDISTINCT POP SONG PLAYING) - Ah! Ah! Ah! Hahaha! - Bye! - Bye! Bye! Ah, you choreographed that? (KEON AND NAZ LAUGHING) Hey, you guys! Has anybody seen, uh Nic, my aunt? Yeah, yeah, yeah! Auntie Nic? Hmm - not lately.
- Actually, not for a while.
- Oh.
- Grace, you're not gonna dance? - Cut the rug? - (SHOUTING): Wolf! I was just telling Jeremy how you faced death at such a young age! He had leukemia! We're good.
- Ashley, Ashley.
- Oh, hey, Grace.
What? What's going on? I messed up, Ashley.
I messed up really bad.
- Okay, what's happening? - Aunt Nic is sick in the bathroom.
- Your aunt? Did she drink too much? - And she's not my aunt.
She's a long-term patient at St.
- What are you saying? - She's my patient.
You brought your patient into my house and let her party with us?! Grace, what the hell! I know, I know.
Please, I need your help right now.
Okay, okay, nurse mode.
Grace, patient update.
Uh, type 1 diabetic with chronic renal failure.
Poor circulation in right leg with recent double-toe loss.
Oh, is that all? Nic, it's Ashley, I'm also a nurse.
I'm gonna take care of you, okay? Okay.
I'll check her glucose.
Let me take your hand.
Heartrate's irregular.
I can't tell if she's drunk or losing consciousness.
What's her glucose? "2.
7" and dropping.
Severe hypoglycemia.
We need to inject her with the gun.
Okay, I will do it, you've had too much to drink.
- (NIC HEAVING) - It's gonna be okay.
Come to this side.
It's okay, you're gonna be okay.
There you go.
Oh, where's my drink? Ha! Hey, uh-uh.
Text text Wolf for help.
(NIC BREATHING FAST) Okay, heartrate is around 70.
Not irregular.
- Oh, God! - (NURSES HEAVING AND COUGHING) I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry, it smells rank.
- Yeah, it really does.
- Oh, it's okay.
- I'm here.
Is it - - Who is she? Did she wander in? - She's Grace's guest.
Did you bring the saline drips that I asked for? - Yeah, I did.
- Okay, great, let's get her hooked up.
Can you help me? No, I'm good.
I'm good.
Okay, come on.
Let's go.
Up and at 'em! - Uh Uh, can you wipe up? - Yeah.
- Thanks.
- (NIC BREATHING HARD) - (INDISTINCT POP SONG PLAYING) - Alright, everyone, listen up! My friend's aunt has a medical condition that's pretty serious; everyone's gotta go.
Now, come on! - (INDISTINCT COMMENTS) - Please.
Sorry, guys.
Let yourselves out, come on! Don't forget your things! - Thank you! Sorry! - (SONG STOPS ABRUPTLY) (INDISTINCT CHATTER) What's her medical condition? Type 1 diabetic with chronic renal failure.
And between us, Nic is not her aunt, she's her patient on leave of absence from long-term care.
- Her patient? - What? - No, no, no! - Oh yes.
And she can't go back to St.
Mary's until she's sober.
We'll check her sugars every half an hour and keep a record throughout the night.
- Okay, we'll do shifts? - (MEN): Yeah.
Here, drink this.
It'll help you feel better.
Ah, thanks.
Back at the hospital, I have one nurse; here, I've got five.
- It's a good deal.
- (KNOCKING) - Almost done.
- Thanks for doing that.
We set up Nic on the couch, she's doing much better.
Vitals stable, blood sugar right where we need it.
We'll take turns checking on her.
She'll be okay.
I'm really sorry.
It's okay.
You live and you learn, you know? Ruined your party, I brought a patient into your home; so, so dumb! It's like I want to lose my job.
Hamilton will take the first opportunity to fire my ass, and I took a chronically ill patient on a bender.
Why am I so stupid? You're not stupid, Grace.
It was sweet.
It was naive! I knew.
I always knew.
Why did I get a spot on his team? Because I'm so smart? I knew what he wanted.
All that attention, the hand, the graze, always finding a way to touch me.
And I thought that I was so talented.
I never did anything about it.
I would just stand there and smile and laugh, and I never said anything.
And every time that he crossed the line, and I knew he was crossing the line, I just would just freeze! So stupid! And that was six of us in this room, and it was open-heart surgery, so nobody's looking at me.
(SOBBING) And he was behind me, his hand on my back down my waistband, he's touching me, and I didn't do anything, I didn't say anything.
I didn't tell anybody.
I knew I knew, I always knew! So what if you knew? - - It doesn't make it okay.
Nothing makes it okay.
I'm sorry that I didn't tell you.
No, I I get it.
I'm so sorry, Grace.
- Whatever you need, we're here.
- I hate him.
Me too.
Holy crap, I'm hungry! Does crying burn calories? Uh, yeah.
Same amount as laughing.
See? God.
God is fair.
I didn't go to a semi-formal baby shower.
That was a lie.
And this this is my cheese basket.
(GRACE LAUGHING) You know, I have always wanted a rich friend.
(GRACE GASPING) Oh, my God! Oh, shoot! Oh, shoot! Nic! Nic! It's 10:39! You have to be at the hospital at 11 or you're gonna lose your bed! Ash! Ashley! Ash! Come on, come on! Let's go! Ash! Okay, you were up last, what are her ratings? Uhhh Uh, she "5.
2 at 10, 5.
3 at 9:30 and a 5.
5 at 9".
Okay, she's good, she's good.
You think she's good? - Yeah, she's good.
- Okay, come on, lady! We gotta get you up or you're gonna be late! Are you okay, ma'am? - Did you just call me ma'am? - I don't know.
Come on! Come on, we gotta get you up! Oh no, God, I'm so hungover.
- Come on! - The car's out back.
Get up! Get up! Let's go! Come on! Up, you get! Let's go! - (WHISTLE BLOWING) - (DOG BARKING) What? It's a rape whistle.
Let's go! - Sink to the bottom - Okay, let's hurry up here! We really don't have much time to get to the hospital, so - Maude only has 8 toes, Ashley.
- What do you want me to do about it? She's moving as fast as she can.
- Take your time.
- Ahhh Ohhh Give you a hand here.
I can walk.
I can walk.
I can walk.
Alright, we don't have much time, so we're gonna Okay, okay, hold up.
- I might spew.
- Oh, God! Get in the car, you can spew out the window.
We'll be alright in the morning When the world is on fire We'll be treading in the yard 'Til I'm ready to float And you carry me home I'm gonna be a patient again.
I'll go the rest by myself.
- You're sure? - Yeah.
Dragging me back in there is not a great look for you guys.
- Besides, you've done enough.
- You carry me home to swim - Swim - (EXHALING) Auntie Nic, how was that celebration of life? Just what I needed.
Now, I'm gonna go sleep for a week.
Flash me your front teeth, it's cherry and bone Cherry and bone You are the athlete I am the astronaut For thousands of miles, I float Still, you carry me home (WOMAN): Maybe it's not about how strong you need to be to face what each day brings, but who you need around you to make it okay.
'Til I'm ready to float And you carry me home We're dancing outside in the purple dark - By the blood that we shed - I just heard.
And I know that you carry me home And you carry me home to swim Swim To swim You carry me home to swim Watch an all new Nurses, next Monday on Global.

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