Trauma s01e18 Episode Script

Crossed Wires

San Francisco paramedics.
Hello? 911.
Miss? Miss, can you hear me? Miss, can you hear me? Miss! Can you hear me? Let's get this on.
Damn it.
Come on.
That's it.
You can do this.
Come on.
Come on.
Bad dream? Yeah.
It was weird.
I was doing CPR to myself.
How do you do that? No, there were two of me.
Well, that's trippy.
Yeah.
What do you think that means? That I need a vacation.
I'm gonna be late for work.
Shh.
Oh.
Hey, you got a sec? I have got to go.
No, stay here.
Sorry.
I want to talk to you about something.
Stand there, listen to me and respond.
Mmm-hmm.
That sounds like therapy speak.
That's what it is.
Mmm-hmm.
So, Nancy Carnahan, we've known each other a long time now.
And we're finally, kind of Seems to be working.
Mmm-hmm.
Totally.
Yes.
Come on.
Anyway, uh, my place is small and your place is small.
And, um, I haven't been to my place in, like, two months.
And for the money that we pay for both of them, we've put it together, we could get a really awesome place.
Are you asking to move in? No.
No.
I'm I'm saying that maybe we could talk about getting a place together.
It's your birthday.
Yes, it is! Yes, it is! And I'm driving.
No, you're not.
You are not Dude, I'm about to pass out.
You, driving? No, dude.
Do not pass out.
Dude, it needs to be my birthday every day, man.
What are you doing for your birthday? Uh, plan on wearing a headband, dancing with glow sticks, double-fisting them, maybe drink till I go blind, at least in one eye.
I like that.
You like that? I do.
That's good.
I call it Tuesday night normally, but it'll be my birthday.
Hey, uh, control, this is Medic 78.
We are dual medic.
Gonna stage out at Union Square.
Copy that, Medic 709.
Staging out at Embarcadero.
Uh, did not copy that.
Uh, this is Medic 78.
You want us at Union Square or Embarcadero? Copy that, Medic 78.
Cleared to stage out at Union Square.
We're having some technical troubles here.
Ooh.
Technical troubles.
Okay, it's gonna be a fun day, huh? Fun day.
Yeah.
David.
Oh, God.
You're gonna be okay.
David, can you hear me? Come on.
911.
What's your emergency? My friend, he's really bleeding.
We were riding ATVs and he hit some barbed wire.
Is he breathing? Yes, he's bleeding! Is he breathing? Yeah, he's breathing.
Where is he bleeding? His neck.
Can you stop the bleeding? What? I can't hear you! What is your location? We're out on the main property.
It's maybe 50 acres.
I don't think I can move him.
Don't Hello? Can you hear me? Angel Rescue 2, we have an ATV accident.
Unknown trauma in Marin.
Copy that.
This is Angel Rescue 2.
We are on our way.
Hello? What's going on? We're sending a rescue helicopter.
Please.
Please hurry.
Help is on the way.
We're at Bailey Road.
We are sending someone.
Are you getting any of this? You're gonna be okay.
Control, this is Angel Rescue 2.
Flying over our coordinates, but there's no visuals.
Are there any updates? Negative.
The system is still down.
All right, I'll make another pass.
Sir, can you hear me? Can you see the helicopter? No.
Control, this is Angel Rescue 2, flying over our coordinates.
We've been flying blind for 15 minutes.
I'm sorry.
We're having some technical troubles here.
What are your nearest landmarks? What? Are you close to any landmarks? Aren't you supposed to know where we are? There's a bunch of trees, redwoods.
Angel Rescue 2, can you see two people near a cluster of trees? Negative.
There.
Of course there's trees, Rabbit.
We're in Marin.
Yeah.
The cluster of trees with the two people underneath them.
Oh, crap.
You're right.
Control, we have a visual and we're arriving on scene, over.
How long have we been holding them up? Uh, about 20 minutes, maybe more.
That is too long.
Is he conscious? I didn't think anybody was coming.
Yeah, looks like he's in hemorrhagic shock.
Pressure to the trauma dressing and lots of it.
I've been soaking up the blood.
Yeah, but you didn't stop the bleeding.
Ooh, that is gnarly! All right, we'll go bilateral.
Okay.
Large bore.
All righty.
Bigger the better.
Ready? Is he gonna be okay? We lost a lot of time.
We are gonna have to load and go.
Hang in there, buddy.
How's he doing? Skin signs are getting better.
Pulse ox is rising and vital signs are stabilizing.
That's good, right? That's That's pretty good, all things considered, yeah.
You've been in a nasty accident, you've lost a lot of blood, and you're on your way to the hospital.
I need you to Just hold his hand.
Hold his hand.
You need to stay calm and stay still, okay? What took you so long? Hello? Hey, Flygirl.
Casey? Are you overseas? No, no.
I'm, uh I'm in San Francisco.
What's going on? Oh, let's just say I'm not in the Army anymore.
I want to see you.
Well, I'm a working girl, buddy.
I can't just leave whenever you want to see me.
Where are you? VA Hospital.
I'm on my way.
Hey, Rabbit, I need you to cover me for an hour, okay? Sure.
What's up? Uh, Casey called from the VA Hospital.
When did he get back? I don't know.
It's just Are you good? Oh, yeah, sure.
Okay.
I got it.
Is he all right? Hey.
I'm sorry.
Landers! Save it for someone who needs it.
You're a sick pig.
I got shot, though.
I did get shot.
No.
Oh, did you? Really? Where? In the ass, I hope.
Yes.
Yes, Afghanistan.
Oh, Afghanistan.
Hey, if you play your cards right How could you? I'll show you the scar.
Hey, I did get a medal though, and honorable discharge.
How cool am I? Really? You mean how cool am I? Because of me, you're a hero and not a court martial.
You're welcome.
You look great.
So how long they, uh They got you here? They're kicking me to the curb today.
And what are you doing after that? I was hoping you could tell me.
Well, let's see, I do have a couch.
Nah.
We didn't make it to the couch last time.
Is this Saint Joey? Told you I'd bring him back.
Medic 78, respond to 940 Frederick for an ETOH.
Whoa! There we go.
No, hold on.
Hold on.
I don't trust them.
Dispatch, this is Medic 78.
Will you please repeat the address for the ETOH? 940 Frederick.
And that would be an extremely trashed or hammered call? Alcohol poisoning? Copy that, Medic 78.
Yeah, it better be.
Excuse me? You're excused.
This is Medic 78 responding Code Two.
Ah, I like that.
Yeah? Hell, yeah.
Busting on dispatch.
I'm betting it's the new digital system.
So, technology's messing with us.
Yeah, today.
But, uh, I don't know about those people answering the phone, you know? Dude, I Yes, I know.
I don't trust them.
Yeah, let's stay on them.
That's right.
Let's keep on them.
Excuse me.
Sir, are you okay? Anybody call for help? Okay.
Alcohol poisoning in a Laundromat.
But this is the address.
Why don't you chalk up another one for our friends in dispatch? You pissed about this yet? Control, this is Medic 78.
Medic 78, you have control.
Uh, who am I speaking with? This is Medic 78.
No.
Uh, what's your name? Caroline.
Hi, Caroline.
I'm Tyler.
Uh, you know what just happened? Uh, my partner and I were just sent to for an acute intoxication call.
You know, we don't have anything.
We got a Laundromat.
That's what we got.
I mean, you realize someone may be dying out there? Control, this is Medic 114 arriving on scene.
I called almost half an hour ago.
Yeah, I'm sorry.
Dispatch is having some trouble today.
So, how long has she been like this? I found her on the bathroom floor when I got here, then I called you.
She said she's been vomiting for two hours straight before that.
Okay.
Lynda, can I take a look? Is she on any medications? The kitchen sink, dear.
She's stage four breast cancer.
She wants to go to the hospital.
The doctors and the nurses, they know how to Yes.
Make you comfortable.
Mmm.
Yeah.
Lynda, I'll try and see if you can come back here, but I don't know No, don't look so devastated.
I will miss this place.
I haven't wasted one of the 72 years I've been given.
This is Lynda.
She's stage four breast cancer.
Uh, she's suffering from vomiting, intermittent shortness of breath.
Her vitals are stable, but she's got fluid in her lungs.
She's requesting admission to the cancer ward for end-of-life care.
Right.
Hold up.
Got it.
She's gonna need some pain management.
Yeah, we've got her chart here, Nancy.
The hospice has very specific instructions for her care.
We just need to get her a bed.
Thank you.
It's nothing.
You take care, now.
You, too.
Seems like a cool lady.
Yeah, very.
You okay? Yeah, I'm fine.
By the look of that smile, Casey's doing just fine.
Yup.
Casey took a bullet in battle Ooh.
which was enough to get him an honorable discharge and a medal.
A medal! Mmm-hmm.
Which means that I now have myself a new roommate.
No way.
Way.
What, the guy that you called the MPs on and had sent to the brig? Not the brig, Afghanistan.
What's the difference? And this guy has come back for more.
Yeah.
Wow.
You are a cat in the sack, aren't you? That is sexual harassment.
Yes, you are.
This is Rabbit.
Leave a message.
Ready? Yeah.
You ever been to Cambodia? What? Cambodia.
Have you ever been? Are you actually asking a question about me? Look, I know you've done a lot of traveling.
I'm just wondering.
Three or four years ago, I spent the summer backpacking through Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia.
Wow.
That's cool.
You're making fun of me, aren't you? No, I'm interested.
I want to know.
I was a history major before I went pre-med.
Really? Listen, I know it's none of my business, but lately, you've I don't know, you seem to just not Not be yourself.
Rabbit asked me to move in with him.
For the past 15 years, I think I have done nothing but look after other people.
You know? Like my brothers, my dad, Rabbit, you.
You know, maybe it is time that I took care of myself.
Man, I don't get it.
I mean, look around.
You see an earthquake? You see a hurricane? Wait, what are you talking about? When New Orleans got slammed, they had an actual reason.
Dispatch got flooded.
All the operators left.
All the calls got routed to Baton Rouge, but Baton Rouge couldn't handle that load.
So any calls that we actually did go on, we were either too late or we just didn't get there at all.
You just eat yourself alive wondering if you could have actually helped somebody if you got there earlier.
these people safe, man.
It makes them feel like they're connected to help.
So, yeah, if it's gonna go down, yeah, I want a reason, a good reason.
It's a system.
Systems rely on people.
People screw up.
My waiter screws up, my soup is cruddy.
You know? My cable guy screws up, I don't get the hockey game.
people die.
And on my birthday.
Hey, it's Nancy.
Leave me a message.
Hi, uh Oh! I'll call you back.
Hey! The war hero.
More like the numb-nuts who gets shot.
Come on, show me the scar.
Damn.
That's through and through.
Yup.
Dude, did they take your kidney, or what? It was a fair trade.
Spleen for walking papers.
I think they were just sick of me, though.
Go figure, huh? Yeah.
Is she around? There she is.
Shall we? Go have fun.
See you later.
We will.
Bye, Dad.
Don't stay up too late.
Tap that.
Hey, it's Nancy.
Leave me a message.
Hello.
Hey, Nancy.
Yeah, I'm trying to call you back again, but I can't get you 'cause you're not answering your phone again.
Bye.
I thought we were going to lunch.
We are, but this is the second best way I know to work up an appetite.
Wow.
Rat-infested dump.
You really know how to impress a girl.
Just this girl.
Size queen.
You ready? I am starving.
That's because you were shooting.
Adrenaline lets you go without food or sleep.
Once it wears off, you get hungry.
I remember that.
Not as well as I did.
You know, they took me off of helo.
They did? Yeah.
They put me on the.
50 caliber on APC.
They put you on an M2? That is so gnarly.
Yeah, it is.
It's different on the ground.
Yeah? Up in the air, they're It's like spots, you know? It's more like a video game.
You just take them, lead them, and that's it.
Yeah, but on the ground, it's, uh You can see them.
You can see their eyes and see the looks on their faces.
You just see it all go away.
This is Rabbit.
Leave a message.
Oh, you are kidding me.
Everything okay? Huh? Did you miss a date? Uh, kind of.
I've been trying to speak to someone all day and I keep missing them.
We just have had trouble connecting, that's all.
Your husband? Not even close.
Boyfriend? Yes, boyfriend.
So, uh, what'd you want to talk to your boyfriend about? No, just consider me a sounding board, an impartial observer.
Okay.
Um Have you ever had one of those moments where you ask yourself, "Is this it?" About every 30 seconds.
And what do you come up with? Are you happy with your life? Huh.
Wow.
I thought this was gonna be a picking-out-the-tile in-the-bathroom kind of thing.
Uh, yeah.
I'm happy.
Do you live alone? Yeah.
How come? I don't know.
Um, I lived with someone for a few years.
It was nice.
But, uh, you know, I guess it really wasn't it, you know? And I am where I am.
And it's all right.
Just all right, or satisfied all right? Little bit of both.
If you don't mind me saying so, it's kind of a dangerous conversation to have with your boyfriend.
It's even more dangerous with a stranger.
True.
Number 77.
Wait.
That's me.
Just in case you want to continue a weird conversation and, uh, you keep missing your boyfriend.
Come on.
Is it beer 30 yet or what? You're not even close, man.
Shoot.
All right.
Now.
You got it.
Man, my birthday sucks! Ha, ha.
It's 'cause you're at work, but it might get better.
Dude, seriously, if you're planning something, don't, okay? I Seriously.
No, King Ego, I'm not.
What do you mean, "King Ego"? No, I've got plans.
Listen, man Ego! Dude, it's not about ego, man.
Look, honestly, it's just I got some plans with a few friends of mine.
And it's not like that.
You're my boy.
It's just, look, what I'm doing, where I'm going, you're not gonna dig it, okay? Not the rainbows, not the glitter, none of it, okay? I'm protecting you.
Well, try me, man.
No, I'm not gonna dig worrying about what you're thinking all night.
Come on.
It's like that? It is not like Dude.
I don't want to hurt your feelings, man, but it's my birthday.
Come on, please.
Of course.
Cool.
Medic 78, respond to welding accident.
Welding shop 3563 Houston.
Code One.
Okay.
Dispatch, this is Medic 78 responding to Verify, please.
Address verified.
Thank you very much.
Huh? Keeping them honest.
Taking names, huh? So, you knock one out at lunch or what? I am not talking to you about this.
You did! You did, didn't you? No, we went to the range.
Golf? Guns.
Okay, that is strange.
Come on, seriously.
Is he okay? Yeah, he's He's fine.
He's adjusting.
Think about if you were forced to quit your job.
Yeah, well, I was, and I went crazy.
And that was the fun part.
Yeah, well, just because you lost it, it doesn't mean everyone else will, too.
Oh, yeah? Well, guys like me and Casey, we're not everybody.
Look at this.
It actually is a welding shop! Are you kidding? Spoke too soon.
Hey, kids! Welding shop accident.
You guys were called? Yeah, but they didn't say anything about a second rig.
It wasn't even a priority call.
Okay.
Control, this is Medic 78.
We are at the welding shop call.
Was there a second rig requested on site? Negative, Medic 78.
Mmm.
Well, I hate to tell you this, but Medic 114 is on site as well.
Oh, no.
Caroline? Yeah? Look, just tell me there's not somebody out there coding because we're doubled up here.
I have no unanswered calls.
I'm sorry, Medic 78, I Where the hell have you been? We've been calling for half an hour.
You're kidding me.
I can't move him.
Come on! What's his name? Max.
He's my little brother.
Okay, bring a board.
Come on, baby brother.
On Nancy's count.
One, two, three.
Okay.
Max! Max, can you hear me? Come on, Max, speak.
Okay, let's strip this stuff off him.
Come on, baby brother.
Gloves are adhering, Nance.
Leave them.
Come on, Max.
How bad is he? Second degree burns to upper torso.
All right, I got partial thickness on legs.
Guys, looks like full thickness on the arms.
Is he going to make it? Is he gonna make it? What happened? An acetylene line blew.
He was burning before we could get to him.
It's like napalm when it goes.
Okay.
Run a line.
Push morphine.
Burn dressings.
Hang on, buddy.
Yo.
Heads up.
Is he going to make it? All right, guys, I'm tubing.
Is he going to be all right? Hang on, boy.
Got it? Guys, I can hardly bag him.
I'm getting a lot of resistance.
No breath sounds on the left.
He's not breathing? He's not breathing? Okay, hold on.
What the hell are you doing? Okay, go.
Yeah? Is he breathing? Is he going to be all right? Okay, we need to get him to City, ASAP.
It's not supposed to take a half hour to get an ambulance.
I know, sir.
Sorry.
Can I get some help out here? Let's go! Let's go! Severe burns! Got a Code Blue! Code Blue.
Hang on, Max.
Needle thoracostomy in the field, and two large bore IVs with NS.
Administered morphine, okay? Okay.
Yeah.
Yes? Whoa, sir, hey, hey, you cannot go in there.
Sir! I know, I know.
Please.
Tell me something.
If you guys had gotten there sooner, would my brother still be dying? The cops stated en route.
We were told a Code Two.
It should have been a Code Three.
It's been happening all day.
Yeah, I can't Damn it! Excuse me? They're lucky if there's not going to be violence.
These bozos have no idea what they're dealing with.
Bunch of old ladies just sitting around eating donuts while I bust my ass.
Uh, sorry.
Yeah, who's dispatch? I think they're all dispatch.
Yeah? All right, who's in charge? Who do I yell at? There's a much better question.
If you want to yell at someone, yell at me.
Okay, ma'am, can I speak with you for a minute? Listen, we dropped a guy off at City Hospital, right? He's dead because we got to him His brother wants to know why were we Our systems crashed this morning.
We've been using analog for a backup, which means no GPS, which means no way of knowing where the ambulances are, except by the radio.
And things around here have just been going nuts.
Listen, we're trying to do our job out there.
Yes.
Actually, you coming here is trying to do my job.
No, you don't understand, if we don't get the call, how are we supposed to get to the site? No, you don't understand.
You know what, sir? I would like you to try something.
Come around here, please.
I'll set him up.
Caroline.
Yup.
Hi.
You're nothing like I expected.
Have a seat, sir.
You're exactly what I expected.
So, computer's down.
We're going manual.
That's our call board.
So this is SFFD dispatch.
That's SFPD dispatch.
Non-emergency calls are here.
Okay.
Here's your headset.
Okay.
Ready? Uh, yes.
Yeah.
Go.
All right, 911, what's your emergency? Excuse me, sir, do you speak English? He does Can you Is there anyone there that speaks English? It sounds like Russian.
We have translators for You have to patch one in.
You just have to Never mind, I'll patch him in.
Thank you.
Who's All right.
He says the neighbor's dog bit his son and he's bleeding.
He's going to kill the dog, and maybe the neighbor, too.
Okay, uh, listen, can you stop the bleeding with direct pressure, like a hand towel? Something clean.
Ask him where he's cut.
Is it on the leg? Is it on his neck? I'm trying to Yes, he's putting pressure on the wound.
We'll have someone there in a jiffy.
What is your address? Jiffy? 5234 Powell.
Thank you.
Okay.
Okay.
Powell is near Union Square.
Um, uh, Medic 265 is staged out there.
Uh No, that one.
Medic 265, will you please respond? Code Two to 5234 Powell.
Uh, dog bite.
Treating blood loss and a very angry dad.
Medic 265 responding.
Yes.
Sir, help is on the way.
That's how you rock the call, right? Really? You're not done.
Why? Guy threatened to kill his neighbor.
Yes.
SFPD.
Yes, okay.
Not that line.
That one.
Which? All you need to do is read.
Read.
Right there.
Read.
SFPD, will you please, uh, send a car to Possible domestic violence.
Boom.
No, still not done.
The dog.
The dog.
Why? Animal control.
The dog.
Where's the animal control? SFPD will dispatch them.
SFPD.
SFPD? Hi.
Yes.
It's me again with the domestic violence Yes? over at Powell.
Uh, it looks like you're gonna have to dispatch, uh, animal control.
Seems like a dog bit a kid or something, so Copy that.
We're on it.
Okay, so, you took three minutes on that call.
Add another five for the rig to get there, Congrats, Tyler.
Tyler just logged a 30-minute response, people.
Thirty minute response, sir.
Protocol is six and a half minutes.
I know how you feel.
It's tough stuff.
My mom died at 43 of breast cancer.
She married my dad right out of college, had kids.
The farthest she ever went was Canada and Mexico.
That's tough.
I mean, you saw her house.
I mean, the places Lynda went.
The life she's lived.
Even the end.
Hell, Glenn, she did it right.
You have no idea how good this feels to be out.
Out of the hospital, out of the sand.
Just out.
I hear you.
Man, I love the city.
It's good to have you around, Case.
Oh, yeah? Yeah.
My life was starting to be all work, no play.
So So? What's the plan? Well, for tonight, the plan is Well, I have several ideas for the plan.
Oh, I'm sure you do.
Uh-huh.
No, I mean the plan.
What are you going to do with the rest of your life? I don't know, get my head straight.
Get a job.
Maybe here.
I don't know.
Really? Hey, man, can I get five bucks for a drink? I don't know, maybe a Not tonight, man.
Sorry.
Uh, what about EMT training? I can try that.
Really? Yeah.
Is it hard? Well, not super hard.
It's just a different mindset.
I think I'd be a good medic, you know? Come on, man.
I know you got it.
Saving people's lives instead of Just five dollars for a beer, man.
Not happening, man.
I'm being honest.
Not happening.
Your boyfriend is a dick.
Yeah, um What about you? Can you hook me up with something? Get your hands off her.
Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Look, I ain't messing with your bitch.
Hey, come on.
Casey Casey! Casey! Whoa! Whoa! Hey! What the hell is wrong with you? Casey, cut it out.
Cut it out! Get off of him.
Get off of him.
Okay, try and stay still.
A broken orbit.
Broken nose.
Someone really unloaded on this guy.
Yeah, not just somebody.
Hey.
Hey.
How's he doing? Pretty worked over.
Could you please not tell Rabbit about this? Sure.
with a broken nose.
Possible septal hematoma.
Possible broken orbit.
Possible broken jaw.
Definitely intoxicated.
Right.
Thank you, Nancy.
Uh, bay four.
Yes, ma'am.
Whoa, rumor has it that Marisa's boyfriend did that? Yeah, I think he did.
It's just a crazy day.
Hmm.
Dispatch has been a disaster.
Nancy's acting really weird.
People we know are beating up homeless guys.
Will I see you later? No, I'm on all night.
Yeah.
Of course.
At least one thing's status quo.
Yeah.
Listen, have a good rest of the night.
Get some sleep when you can, okay? Yeah.
Okay.
All right.
Nance, your patient, Lynda Dunbrook, she passed away a little while ago.
Was she No pain.
She just slipped away.
Very peaceful.
Peaceful, huh? Thank you for checking on her for me.
No problem.
Hey, have a good time tonight.
Thank you.
I will.
I will try.
I know you have plans.
Is it cool if I take you out for a drink? Of course.
Of course it's cool.
Yeah.
Yeah.
I'd like that.
Yeah.
Ah, you got me smiling.
Looks good on you.
Hey, man, uh, I just want to apologize if I was being If I was being a dick today.
Um, dispatch had me spinning.
Yeah.
I know, man.
They had everybody spinning today.
Yeah.
Oh, I am blowing up.
You're blowing up? Yeah.
It's, uh You're popular again.
Just my friends letting me know where my little soirée is tonight.
Yeah.
And it is Wait, dude.
How? How? How? I stole your phone! I copied down all the numbers.
Yes! I don't know what to say to that.
Hey.
Cheers, cheers, cheers.
Thank you.
You picked the music? Yeah.
Yes! Yeah! Speech! Speech! Speech! Hey, everybody, hey! To my friends.
Bottoms up! Hey.
You're not working? No.
Just thought I'd come and see you.
Who told you? My partner ends up on the wrong side of a call, I get to hear about it.
So, broken hand? Yeah.
Three places.
On a homeless guy's face? Guy had his hands all over Marisa.
You'd have done the same thing.
Mmm, not anymore.
A year ago, maybe.
Two years ago, I'd probably kill the guy.
I don't need a big brother.
Well, I don't really care what you need, Casey.
I know how all this goes and I know you need to sort yourself out.
All I'm saying is don't drag Marisa into it.
Rabbit, you and I have always hit it off real well.
It's probably 'cause we're a lot alike, right? Most likely, yeah.
Then you should know threats don't mean much to me.
I've been right where you are now, and No, Rabbit, you haven't.
See, you think you have.
And you think that gives you the right to talk to me like I'm a kid.
I'm not.
And neither is Marisa.
Casey, trust me, this can get real ugly if you don't deal with it.
So, for all of us, don't let it get that far, okay? See you around, Rabbit.
See you around, Casey.
Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Hey! Yo.
Oh, man.
Dude, I saw you busting a move out there.
Yeah, bro, you underestimate me.
I know.
I know.
And I'm sorry, man.
So tell me, what are we doing for your birthday? Uh-uh.
No.
No.
Oh, yes! Yes.
No.
No way.
Okay.
All right.
Okay.
Okay.
All right.
Hands off.
Okay.
Okay.
Come on.
Let me go.
Okay.
Hey! What's up? Are you leaving without saying goodbye? I was gonna do the quiet little drift-away.
Yeah, the quiet drift-away? Before Rabbit gets here? Yes.
Listen, Nancy, what's going on with you? Talk to me.
You know what? Ten years ago, I walked into medical school and tonight I have blood on my boots and my boyfriend, who was certifiably crazy a year ago, has asked me to move in with him.
I mean, I don't know how I got here.
I don't even know if this is the vicinity that I want to be in.
I mean Come inside and have a drink.
I don't need another drink.
You're on shift tomorrow? You on the box? Nope.
Then you need a drink.
Come on.
Are you buying? I'm buying.
Of course I am.
Well, then Atta girl.
Cheers.
Here's to Tyler.
Oh, man! Hey, good to see you, brother.
I'm going through.
Give me your glass.
Hey, Nance.
Nance! One more.
There you go.
There you are.
What are you doing? Not much.
What's up? Thank you.
Well, I don't know if you're gonna be thanking me in the morning.
Thank you for making me come back inside.
And thank you for listening to me today.
You know, I know that I'm hard on you, but I just want your respect.
Nancy, you've had a lot to drink.