Trauma s01e11 Episode Script

Tunnel Vision

Previously on Trauma We gotta go.
It's a big one.
Yeah, awesome.
Hey, I'm glad you're not dead, butthead.
Me, too.
I'm gonna have to put you into hypothermia, okay? What? It's going to help stop the swelling of your spinal cord until we get you to the hospital.
How the hell do you even know about hypothermic treatment, anyway? Well, I read it in a medical journal, okay? How is he? If he walks again it's because of you.
That bastard stole my helicopter.
And when we find him, I am going to mess him up.
And we are going to find him.
Hey, partner.
Do you have to say that every day? Yep.
Glenn, I need gauze.
Glenn? I'll see if I can't put him with somebody else.
Actually, I was coming by to say, "Can I keep him?" Why? It turns out I've got a big heart.
All right.
Airway is clear.
IV is in.
Give me Okay.
Dude, what are you doing, man? What do you mean, what am I doing? This Captain thing? Going right to your head.
I don't like it.
Doesn't look good on you.
I'm muting you.
You are seeing someone, aren't you? Just drop it, okay? Hey, I won't eat the hot dogs from the car at 2:00 a.
Krys, have you ever had one? I'm a vegan.
How can you be a vegan and a total drunk? I am not a total drunk.
Come on.
HEIDl: You totally would.
There's meat and there's Satan food.
And your body is a temple, right? Ooh.
Medic 78, Medic 114.
Bay Bridge on-ramp two for single vehicle accident.
Fire Rescue is behind you.
You're gonna be okay.
Help is on the way.
I've got it from here.
Thank you.
Help me.
That's what I'm here for.
Help me.
Okay, please, just try to relax.
I'll try and get someone to get you out of here.
Her leg's pinned.
Grab C spine.
Yeah, I got it.
I'm here.
I'm here.
HEIDl: Help! Okay, does anything hurt? Can you tell me? Sir? Sir, can you hear me? Sir, can you hear me, sir? Does it hurt anywhere? What do we got? Driver's DRT.
Dead right there.
Passenger is trapped.
The girl back here in the back seat is fine, but she needs a neck brace.
And the guy needs your help real fast.
I'm here.
I'm here.
Hey, Nance, we can't wait on Fire Rescue.
We've got to wait for Fire Rescue.
Rabbit ain't going to wait for Fire Rescue.
Damn right I'm not.
Hey, Tyler, Boone, you got the back seat there? Got it.
Hey, hey, hey! Grab her.
Hey, hey, hey! Listen.
Hey, Boone.
Got a head injury? No, no, no.
I think it's shock.
Okay, listen to me.
You were in a car accident.
I think you're okay, but we need to get you to the hospital to make sure.
All right? Got his legs? All right.
One, two, three.
Straight ahead.
Please try and not move your head, okay? Just breathe deep.
Can we get the board in here? Hey, Nance, I think I've got a crushed larynx here, okay? I've gotta get an airway.
Bag him until you get him out of the car and then you intubate.
Yes, ma'am.
All right.
We need the board in here.
Rescue 11, where are you? Dispatch got the address crossed.
We're still 10 minutes.
Okay, we're extricating without you, okay? Yeah.
Big surprise, there.
Go with God, Rabbit.
Stand back.
Her leg's stuck.
All right.
On my count.
One, two, three.
Okay, can you wiggle your toes? Can you feel them? No! I can't feel my toes! Okay, don't panic.
Don't panic.
That's just fine.
Rabbit? Get her on a line.
Push some saline.
Bolus? Exactly.
Okay, what are you thinking? Crush syndrome? I want to be prepared.
What's crush syndrome? What is that? That's if something has gotten crushed, and this load comes off, your system suddenly gets flooded with potassium, myoglobin, phosphorous.
And that can shut down your kidneys, your heart, all sorts of things.
And we're being a little cautious.
All right.
That's good.
Get that board under there.
Get that under there.
Hang in there, buddy.
All right, Tyler.
There we go.
There we go.
Deep breath.
This is going to hurt.
That's it.
Good girl.
I know.
I know.
You're doing just great.
Okay, short, sharp breaths, okay? You want to hyperventilate.
You want your system to get alkaline.
Right now, you're all acidic.
Get some of that in your system.
How is that leg coming? It's looking good.
What's she doing? What is she doing? No! Danny! No! Sweetie, please.
You've got to try and stay calm.
Keep your neck straight.
You've lost a lot of blood.
Okay, you need to calm down.
You need to calm down.
Breathe out.
Breathe out.
Keep breathing.
Breathe out.
That's good.
That's it.
That's better.
You've got it.
We're ready to load.
Let's load and go! We're loading them now.
We should be about three minutes away.
How are you doing, Rabbit? Hey.
Why don't you go home? Why? It's not like I'm going to sleep.
I hear you.
Hey, 11 calls in 10 hours? That was a crazy day, man.
That's right.
Have a seat, my friend.
Sela and the kids are in bed.
They're sleeping.
What are you going to do? I'm in.
There is something seriously wrong with us, you know that? Yeah, there is.
With the two of you.
Oh, no.
Not tonight.
Why don't you come here and go where the love is? Hey.
What's up, man? I think I hate my job.
You're too new to hate your job.
Next time I hear someone say that, I'm just going to punch them.
You're too new to hate your job.
I'm too tired to punch you.
Hey, hey, hey.
You okay, Rabbit? Yeah.
Couldn't be better.
So, you've got a game going, huh? Yeah.
Oh, man.
All right.
Who wants to make some overtime? You're kidding me.
I'm way short on the graveyard shift.
I'll take anybody I can get.
Look, this is totally voluntary.
Hey, Nance.
You want to drive? No.
Thanks, guys.
You got it.
That's what I'm talking about.
San Francisco's finest.
All right.
Here, let me see your eyes.
We're going to get caught.
Don't worry.
My parents are out all night.
Is this how you want people to find out about us? Nope.
Oh, my God.
I want a better visual than that.
Oh, baby.
Can I stash my lunch in your fridge? Sure.
Rabbit eats anything I put in ours.
I swear it's like flying with a goat.
That is both hurtful and untrue.
How did you get in here? Same way I swipe your lunch.
Basra wants us in the gym.
What? I'm not leaving my lunch alone with you.
Shut the door.
Look, I'm going in for a stress test today.
They're going to put me on a treadmill and get an ultrasound of my heart.
You going to be okay? Well, the doctor's not really sure.
That's why I'm going in.
Well, I can take care of the desk if you need me.
Let's keep this between us, okay? Yeah.
Whoo! What's with all the happiness? I'm high on life.
Ain't it nice? Actually, it's kind of creeping me out.
You're broken inside.
That's sad.
I just want to make sure this isn't some manic stage, before you shave your head and start shooting at planes.
Not today.
Why are you so happy? You're really not going to tell me? No.
Is it a girl? Two girls? Cheerleading squad? Even better.
Swedish volleyball team? Hey, Denny.
Have a good weekend? Drank too much.
Ate too much.
Spent too much.
You? You know me.
Got drunk, woke up in a stranger's bed, staggered home, husband and kids wondering where I was.
You volunteered at the soup kitchen, didn't you? What gave me away? The imaginary husband and kids? I appreciate the effort not to make me look bad.
Don't mention it.
You should come with me sometime.
The economy gets any worse, you'll be serving me.
Oh! L.
J! Medic 114, respond to fall victim.
31-year-old female, Hey, one of my workers is down here.
She's unresponsive.
What's her name? Laura Jean.
Hey, we were waiting for you to get here before we moved her.
Is she conscious? Barely.
You're the medic, right? Yeah, but Glenn will go down.
Glenn will come and help you out.
Really? Can I? Okay, but, listen.
You look her over carefully.
You tell me exactly what you see.
You know enough.
You can be my eyes.
I don't know about that.
But I'll do my best.
All right, miss.
Can you tell me your name? Laura Jean.
Nancy, I've got a weak pulse.
Can you tell me if this hurts? It stings.
More of a sting or a tingling? I don't I don't know, both.
Can you feel that? Does that hurt? Is that my foot? Okay.
Hey, Nancy, I'm going to need you down here.
You've got a firefighter down there.
He can board her and bring her up.
No, I need you.
What's going on? Severe back pain, numbness, tingling in extremities.
Do not let her move a millimeter.
Is she going to be all right? It's a pretty bad fall, but we will do our best.
Hey, hurry up! I'm trying.
You all right? Not really.
I am really bad with small spaces.
Possible tenderness on palpations.
It could be a burst fracture.
I know.
Two broken ribs.
Possible fracture of the left tibia and right fibula.
Put her on a pulse and start an IV.
Send down a line and a stokes basket.
It's on its way.
You cannot send her up this way.
Why not? Look, you take her vertical, you're going to paralyze her or kill her.
So, how do we get her out of here? Hey, guys? What's going on? Look.
If this is a burst fracture, the compression could send bone fragments into her spinal cord.
So, we need somewhere that's bigger, that's wider, so I can take her out horizontally.
Yeah, look.
We need a larger opening.
We'll check on that.
Are you sure we can't just hoist her up? Sure? No.
Believe me, I wish it were different.
The iron Nancy Carnahan has a flaw.
Excuse me.
Do you have a pen I could borrow? No, I don't.
Maybe you should have filled that out earlier.
I'm sorry.
My head's a little off today.
This is a nice pen.
Just hurry up, okay? The teller is ready for you.
Look, all I want is the money.
No dye packs, and don't push any buttons.
Get on the ground! Get on the ground! Now! Drop the cell phone now! Get on the ground! Get on the ground! You! Out from behind the desk! Let's go! Put the 100s in a bag, and I'm gone, all right? Okay.
Hands behind your head! Put your hands behind your head now! You be quiet, and you be calm.
You do something stupid, and I swear to God, I will shoot you right in the head.
Shut up.
I don't want to hear it.
How do we know you won't kill us all anyway? That's kind of the point.
You don't.
Back up! What are you doing? Stay down! Baby, are you okay? Yeah.
Shoot him.
Shoot him.
It just got a little worse after the accident.
Being trapped in the rig for an hour kind of flipped me out.
Hey, Nancy, listen to me.
You'll be okay.
All right, but I can't say the same about her.
Vitals and repeat neuro exam are unchanged.
All right, no deterioration, but she's in a lot of pain.
Well, push morphine.
Four milligrams, slow IVP.
Narcotics are all you.
I looked at some schematics.
Do you see this tunnel to your left? Yeah.
Roger that.
That leads to an air duct that's part of the BART system.
You get to that, and there's an opening to the street.
How big? About eight by eight.
How far? Not far, 1,000 yards.
All right, then.
Oh, sorry.
Hey! Sorry, Leo.
Whoo! Hey, is that today's paper? Yeah.
What the hell, Rabbit? I told you.
It's an emergency.
Come on, man! You went back to get a lawn chair? Rabbit, we're late.
Yeah, well, I get the crossword and the cartoons.
We're going to a bank robbery, not jury duty.
Correction, we're going on stand-by at a bank robbery.
Now, last time I got called to do standby, we held the wall for about 10 hours before the guy finally surrendered peacefully.
Control, this is Angel Rescue 2 en route to Bayside Mutual.
We're five minutes out.
Copy, Angel Rescue 2.
Got that? Yeah.
Hey, Captain.
The Feds here yet? On their way.
Anything I can do to help? Let's hope not.
See? Nothing is happening.
Feds ain't even here yet.
Here's a good spot.
So, really, we just sit here and wait? That's right.
And the emergency chair.
All right, well, in that case, I guess, give me the health section.
Oh! Hey, guys.
They start negotiating yet? No.
We know how many hostages? No.
Can I get the sports page? No.
What What is this? Rabbit, lose the damn chair.
Yes, Captain.
Don't answer that.
No, don't.
Oh, God.
You're bleeding.
Oh, God.
Hello? I need you to send in a medic.
Just try not to sweat it, all right? You're in a stupid sewer tunnel with your stupid probie partner.
That's what I keep telling myself.
Yeah, how's that working? Not so great.
I'm Special Agent Reynolds.
Let's go.
One of you has worked a hostage situation before, right? Well, if you call sitting around waiting, working.
You're in.
You're not.
What? Hey.
What? I need an extra pair of hands.
You will have it.
Special Agent Rader will be going in with you as a paramedic.
You go in there, keep your head down, do your job, and let Agent Rader do his.
Now, get the hell in there.
Get your dress on.
How you doing? Mind if I check out your helicopter? Why? I don't know.
I spent a full-on day chasing it around the city.
Want to see what's so cool about it.
Check out its guts.
Yeah, knock yourself out.
Yeah? Oh, cool.
You've got an infusion pump.
You've got a handheld blood analyzer.
How did you even get all this stuff? Okay, you know what, Tyler, please, okay? This is what I'm talking about.
Breaker, breaker.
Okay, yeah.
No, no, no.
No, no, no touching.
No, I'm not touching.
I'm just looking.
Yeah, well, look with your eyes.
I was looking with my eyes.
What are you No.
No, no, no.
See, you were looking with your hands.
And us grownups, we call that touching.
No, no All right, I get it.
I'm 800 hours into my paramedic training, okay? Don't patronize me.
Okay, fine.
Well I know you look with your eyes and Okay, well you touch with your hands.
Thank you.
Now, you can get out.
Good day.
Thank you.
That's fine.
All right.
I'm not touching anything.
I saw that.
Throw the bags down and put your hands on your head.
No, we're here to help.
Yeah, and I'm here to get out alive.
Now, put your hands on your head.
Check the bags, babe.
Check the bags.
What am I looking for? Guns.
Anything weird.
What's that? A scalpel.
I'm going to need that.
Look, do you want me to check out that wound? Hold on to that.
I just want to take a look, okay? The pen's right on top of your lung there.
You're probably finding it hard to breathe.
They clean? This one is good.
So, try not to move too much, okay? I'm just taking a look.
This Oh, that is brutal.
That's good.
I'm going to take your pulse now, okay? All right, now.
Don't move.
What are you looking at? Nothing.
No, no, no, you're looking all around the bank.
He's over here helping me.
You're over there looking at them.
What's going on? Just making sure everyone's okay.
Are you cops? No, no, hey, hey.
You got to calm down, sir.
I'm serious.
You keep moving around like that, you've lost blood, you're getting dizzy, it's uneasy.
If you just sit down, it will get better.
You keep moving around, it's going to get worse.
That would be good for you, wouldn't it? Come on.
People dying on me is never good.
They're lying, Christine.
They're cops.
This is a set-up.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Hold on.
Hold on.
Come on.
You don't want to hurt anyone.
We're not cops.
We're just here to help you.
Yeah, you're just a couple of medics here to take care of the injured.
Is that it? Right.
Pretty much.
All right.
All right.
Take care of him.
It's okay.
Find the exit wound.
Right here.
You're going to be okay, sir.
This is falling straight to hell.
You're not very good at this, are you? Huh? He's just, uh, not as experienced as I am.
That's all.
That ought to do it.
You, you're real good.
You pass the test.
You, not so much.
Maybe you need another patient, huh? Maybe, I'll put a bullet in her knee, huh? Please don't! You think you can handle that? I mean, you don't have to be too experienced for that, right? You're right.
I'm not a paramedic.
You a cop? FBI.
And you do not want to shoot a federal agent.
Really? What makes you so special? Nothing.
But there are 40 of my co-workers outside with guns.
Think about it.
Shooting him is not going to help anyone.
Baby, he's right.
He's right.
You do not want to kill a cop.
Okay? I'm going to tie him up.
Get down on your stomach and put your hands behind your back.
Do it now and don't move.
You got anything like handcuffs in there? No, I don't.
I've got, what, bandages and, um Here, I have gauze cuffs.
Try them.
They've made our man in there.
I don't know what the hell that paramedic is doing.
It's Rabbit.
I know him.
He's a good man.
Would you really trust a cowboy paramedic with their lives? Stop worrying with him and fix me.
He's got no time.
You do.
But I've got a gun.
Okay, bud.
I hear you.
I'll cut you a deal, all right? You're in no position to make a deal.
Oh, and you are? I'm listening.
You let me get him outside and treated, I can patch you up and get you ready to go.
Look, if he's dying, I can't think straight.
But he's okay, I can focus on you.
Sound fair? Listen to me.
He has no authority to make deals with you! Shut up! Shut up.
Sounds fair.
All right.
All right.
Tell them we've got one coming out.
It's all right.
We've got you.
Clear! Clear! All right! On me! Come on! One, two, three.
Go! How's Rabbit? I don't know.
Things are starting to get hectic, though.
Even for Rabbit.
Damn it.
Okay, this is different.
And cool.
Control, this is Angel Rescue 2 en route to City.
We're five minutes out.
All right, here we go.
All right, give me two large bore IVs, wide open, four milligrams of morphine.
Uh Maybe it's here.
Let me Hey.
Hey, whoa.
Like I definitely know where this is.
Okay, how are we supposed to work like this? Well, you can start by putting your seatbelts on.
Where are the bags? Where's the saline? Okay.
Bags, saline, all that stuff is by the patient's arms.
And we've got endotracheal tubes by the patient's head and trauma dressing by his feet.
Oh, wow.
You're actually paying attention up there? You have no idea the things I've seen.
Whoa! Hey! Oh, man! Man, I thought it was hard working while you drove.
I heard that, Boone.
Oh, you think this is funny, Tyler? Sharps away.
I don't want to lose him, guys.
Come on.
Guys, this is just going on forever and ever.
I think we're going around in circles.
Hey, can we just keep moving? We're going to have to turn around.
It stops here.
Damn it, Fred.
A dead end.
Oh, no.
Oh, what the hell? Oh, no.
Hey, we've got us a blocked passage here.
What? Yo.
All right.
I can't do this.
I'm not seeing that on the map.
Listen to me.
The passage is blocked! Roger that.
We'll find you another way out.
Wait! Wait! Jake, down, down, down.
Go down.
Hey, Jake, I need you here, man.
Yeah, I got it.
I need you here.
Nancy! Hey! Nancy! Nancy! Hey.
We're going to get out of here.
I can't! Listen, we're getting out of here.
We will.
We will.
We'll get out of here.
Just let me go.
I need your help.
Please, just let me go.
No, I need your help, okay? You can do this.
We're gonna get out of here.
We are gonna get out of here, all right? Hey, I've got an abnormal respiration here! She's not breathing.
Look at me, Nance.
Look at me.
Nancy? Just tell me what to do.
Okay, that pen is between your jugular vein and the top of your lung.
Then take it out.
Can't do that.
It's the only thing stopping that vein from bleeding freely.
Big vein bleeding freely? Very, very bad.
I take out the pen, you'd be dead in about two minutes.
Really? You could have been a hero.
Save the day.
Well, not too heroic if I kill my patient, is it? He probably doesn't agree with you.
Yeah, well Listen to me.
The most important thing is that everybody gets out okay.
You and everyone else.
Yeah, well Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Okay, you better lie down.
Take the gun.
Be careful.
Now, stop moving.
I don't want you to get hypotensive and tachycardic.
What's that mean? It means I need surgery and a hospital right now.
I thought you said he'd be okay if you just left the pen in.
Well, he's been moving around too much, okay? He's starting to bleed out.
Hang in there, bud.
I'm not going out.
You need a hospital.
Can you make him understand? Baby.
Baby, no.
Don't lower the gun! Put the gun back up! I'm not going to stand here and watch you die.
Put the gun back up.
I'm not going to die.
I'm not going to die.
Put the guns up.
Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Look, guys, I am not joking around.
You need to see a surgeon in the next 15 minutes or you're going to die from blood loss.
It's death.
Fix him.
Please! Please.
She's brady.
Hey, Laura Jean's BP is 80 over 50.
Pulse is low.
Just tell me what to do.
I can't.
Yes, you can.
I can't.
Nancy, come on.
Look at me.
Look at me.
Nancy, come back to me.
This girl is going to die, okay? Just talk to me.
All right? Just talk me through it.
Bradycardic, hypotensive.
Bradycardic, hypotensive.
What do I Good.
What else? Keep going.
No, no.
It's not good.
It's not good.
She's going into neurogenic shock.
You need to give NS bolus.
NS bolus.
NS bolus.
Okay, how much? Uh 500 ccs IVP.
Okay, I've got it.
Now, what? Now, what? Now, what do I do? Is she stabilizing? Let me see.
Her heart rate is normalizing.
BP is still low.
What do I do now? Push dopamine.
of weight.
Nancy, I can't do that.
I'm an EMT.
You have to.
Hey, I didn't see anything.
Go for it.
All right.
She's about 125.
How much is that, Nancy? I can't do math right now.
All right, 125.
Two kilograms.
That's like 250.
Back off.
Back off.
All right, respirations are decreasing.
She's still in respiratory distress.
What's causing that? Oh, God.
I can't breathe.
I can't breathe.
What? Neither can she, and she's the one dying here.
Just tell me what to do! Okay, if it's a burst fracture, I Talk to me.
It means that it could be That it could be interfering with the phrenic nerve.
Okay, she's losing control of her diaphragm.
You have to intubate, Nance.
You have to intubate.
I can't.
He's in decompensated shock and suspected intraperitoneal hemorrhaging.
We've got to stop the bleeding.
How much longer? We're one minute out.
Trauma team is standing by.
Hey, Marisa, I can't do this with all the movement, huh? Tyler, it's a helicopter.
I can't just pull it over to smooth things out.
Got him? All right.
Yeah? All right.
Roll him.
Oh! Whoa! Whoa! Shoot.
Okay, okay.
Whoa! Hey, hey, hey! It's not stopping! It's not stopping! I know.
Stick your finger in the exit wound.
Okay, uh Whoa! There you go.
There you go.
I got it.
I got it.
I got it.
All right.
Come on, buddy.
Come on, buddy.
What's going on? Great.
How is he doing? All right, hold on.
What's happening? Okay.
He's stabilizing.
Yeah? Oh.
All right.
Here we are, boys.
That was freaking awesome, huh? Come on.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Take a breath.
You can do this.
I know you can do it.
Come on.
Okay, give it to me.
Okay? Here.
There you go.
Back up, back up, Jake.
She's coming in.
Come on.
I am shaking.
Glenn, I can't do this.
It would be irresponsible of me.
You're good enough.
You can do this.
Go in.
All right.
And at the roof of her mouth, imagine a half moon.
Be very, very gentle.
She's awake, Nance.
She's not awake.
It's a reflex.
Okay? Okay.
Here we go.
Go in and flick your wrist.
Remember, flick your wrist.
There we go.
There we go.
I'm in, I'm in, I'm in, I'm in.
I'm in.
Okay, but make sure you've just got airways.
No esophagus.
Okay? I'm in.
I'm in.
Okay, good.
I'm in.
You got it? Okay.
You got it? I've got it.
You got it.
Okay, guys.
We found you a way out.
If you backtrack about 100 yards, we can lift you out of a maintenance hatch.
All right, all right, all right.
Let's go.
You and me together.
He is really running out of time.
He needs a doctor.
You need a doctor and a surgeon.
Baby, you have to go to a hospital.
We have to get you out of here.
No hospital.
Hey, look.
No hospitals.
If you give up now he's got a chance, okay? We'll go to jail.
You had a big problem with me coming in here as a paramedic, and now you're a hostage negotiator.
Shut up.
Okay? If I can get you out of here and into an ambulance, we'll work the rest out later.
Come on.
Just put down the guns.
You stop talking to her.
Shut up.
You don't tell her what to do.
Baby, listen to me.
I've got a shot.
How close is that paramedic? Close.
Shut up! Just stop talking to her.
Baby, baby, baby.
Be quiet.
Stop it.
Just don't listen to him.
Be quiet.
You are going to die, Jason.
I don't want to die.
I'm not going to die.
It's over.
Let me think, okay? No.
No need Let me think.
There's nothing to think about, Christine.
We're not going to give up, okay? What should I do? Don't listen to him.
Christine, no.
Give me the guns.
Just give me the guns, okay? Trust me, okay? Give me the gun.
That's it.
Just Okay.
We don't give up.
It's all right.
That's right.
Just Baby.
Stay down.
Yeah, this one's DOA.
What the hell are you doing? She's down, too.
My job.
Did you see me there? You might want to try it sometime.
Did you see me there? You ran a little off the reservation here.
Hey, I had her, okay? Oh, you had her? Yeah, she gave me the guns.
You had her.
Yeah! Who in the hell do you think you are? Hey, you sent that clown in here.
Backed us all into a corner.
That's what you did.
And they're fine.
So are you.
This is fine? Yeah.
But I will be talking to your supervisor.
Oh, like I give a damn.
That seems to be the problem, doesn't it? Yeah, well, get your hands off me.
Oh, you've got a problem with authority, don't you? Get your hands off me.
Here's my problem right here.
See that? Mmm-hmm.
Their blood.
It's on you.
Leave him.
This isn't over.
Okay, fine.
Thank you, guys.
Sela, I know.
I know.
I should be home soon.
Soon! Yeah.
I promise.
How's Griff? I've got you.
I'll help you clean.
Really? Oh, yeah.
Usually, I do this myself.
Funny, so do I.
I've got you.
Least I can do.
You let me dance with your date.
Oh, it's Rabbit's date.
Yeah? Yeah.
I thought it was your copter.
Shut up and spray.
Shut up and spray? Did I get any on you? Did I get Come on.
Seriously, Tyler.
Looks like a Pollock painting in there.
You've got to get your elbow in there.
Get some grease, man.
Well, usually, I don't have to clean this much.
Hey, this is Laura Jean.
She's got two broken ankles, a possible fractured pelvis and what looks like a burst fracture to the cervical spine.
Were you able to keep her horizontal during transport? Oh, you have no idea.
I'm so embarrassed.
I'm so ashamed.
Don't be.
I'm sorry.
You've had my back since I started, every day.
It felt good to finally be there for you.
You're going to put this in your book, aren't you? No.
No, I'm not.
The book's on hold for a while.
Why? I don't know.
It seems the more time I spend doing the job, the less I feel like writing about it.
If that makes any sense.
Glenn, that makes a lot of sense.
Though I might still put the intubation in there.
Because that's a little too good to let go.
You did really good down there.
We had a tough one at the bank.
Yeah, so I heard.
Look, uh, Boone, the stress test didn't go so well.
The doc says he's going to have to put a stent in.
Well, it's good they caught it.
Your bedside manner sucks.
Could be worse.
It could be Rabbit.
Look, I'm going to be in here a minimum of two weeks.
So, I need you to, uh, do something for me.
Oh, you don't even have to ask.
I'm ready to ride a desk.
Well, you may not feel that way after you do what I need you to do.
Hey, you know that woman you brought in earlier? The burst fracture? She was in pretty bad shape.
She made it, though, right? Yeah.
She's stable and has sensation in her feet.
Who did the intubation? Why? Is there something wrong with it? No, it's perfect.
No chipped teeth, no mucosal abrasions.
She probably won't even have a sore throat.
Nancy is a pro.
Yeah, Nancy is a pro.
But she does have a heavy hand.
Her intubations always have some sort of laryngeal trauma.
Maybe she got lucky.
I guess she did.
Nice work, probie.
I didn't dodge any bullets, man.
Have a seat.
Just as a friend, I think you did a great job today.
A save, no hostage casualties.
As a friend.
But as acting captain, I need you to hand over your card.
What's the charge? Assaulting a FBI agent.
You know, he had that woman shot in the back of the head after she surrendered.
She gave me the guns.
Rabbit, that is not our call, bro.
Okay? No, but I was right No, no, no, no.
No, listen, man.
You've been running on the edge for a while now.
You know me, Boone.
Yeah, I do know you.
And so does Basra.
But this time, it went to the guys above us.
You had to know you had it coming.
Yeah, I had it coming.
I know.
You're also being suspended without pay pending review.
I'm sorry.
All right? You don't have to be sorry, man.
You're just doing your job, right? You're a good captain.