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#103 : L'alternative


Lorsque le Dr Connor Rhodes prend le cas d'un ami proche de la famille qui a été empalé par des éclats de verre, il se retrouve avec sa soeur, Claire Rhodes, et il est donc obligé de faire face à son passé.
Pendant ce temps, le Dr Natalie Manning convainc un jeune musicien de subir une intervention chirurgicale qui va lui sauver la vie, mais qui pourrait détruire son audition.


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Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) et April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) et April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

Daniel Charles (Oliver Platt)

Daniel Charles (Oliver Platt)

Taylor Kenney (Kelly Severide) et Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett)

Taylor Kenney (Kelly Severide) et Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto)

April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss), Connor Rhodes (Colin Donnell) et April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss), Connor Rhodes (Colin Donnell) et April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) et Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) et Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto)

Ethan Choi (Brian Tee)

Ethan Choi (Brian Tee)


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Scénario : Simran Baidwan  

Réalisation Tara Nicole Weyr

Guest Starring : Claire Rhodes (Christina Brucato), pompier Herrmann (David Eigenberg), James McCaffrey, Leia (Julie Berman), Pompier Severide (Taylor Kinney)


Russell Rollins: Okay, let's bring it up a bit.

Claire Rhodes: I love it. My dad is gonna hit the roof when he gets the bill.

Russell Rollins: What's he gonna do, fire you?

Claire Rhodes: I wish he would.

Russell Rollins: You liar. All right, it needs to go 6 inches lower. The street level sight line. Look out!


Claire Rhodes: Russel! You're okay. Oh my God, you're okay. No, don't. Don't touch him. Go call 911. You're okay, you're okay. No, no, no, look at me. Look at me, honey. Could someone please help over here?

Chicago Med

Maggie Lockwood: Trauma 4. Incoming.

Sylvie Brett: 45-year-old male, multiple penetrating injuries to the chest. GCS 12, BP's 90 over palp.

Will Halstead: Did you give him anything for pain?

Chout: We've given him 4 morphine and 500 saline.

Will Halstead: What happened?

Kelly Severide: Chandelier fell from about 20 feet and landed right on him.

Will Halstead: How long ago was this?

Kelly Severide: Maybe 30 minutes.

Will Halstead: Did he lose consciousness?

Kelly Severide: No.

Trauma 4

Will Halstead: All right. Let's get ready to move 'em. Very gently on my count. One, two, three.

Russell Rollins: Ah!

Will Halstead: All right, can you tell me your name?

Russell Rollins: Russel Rollins.

Connor Rhodes: Russel?

Russell Rollins: Connor, oh, thank God. Help me.

Connor Rhodes: All right, we're going to, bud.

Will Halstead: All right, airway's in tact. Get me a set of vitals. Someone draw a gas and get a chest X ray. You know him?

Connor Rhodes: Since I was a kid. Russel, can you move your fingers and toes?

Russell Rollins: I think.

Connor Rhodes: Where did this happen?

Claire Rhodes: At the store.

Connor Rhodes: Claire?

Will Halstead: Sat's 90. Heart rate's 124.

Connor Rhodes: All right, everybody, quiet. Russel, take a deep breath for me, huh? I don't hear much on the left side. We're gonna need a chest X ray. It's not optimal, but we're gonna do it from here.

Russell Rollins: Am I going to die?

Connor Rhodes: Hey, Russel, listen to me. No, you are not.

Claire Rhodes: No, you are gonna be fine, Russel. You're gonna be fine.

April Sexton: You have to wait over here.

Connor Rhodes: All right, I'm gonna hold the plate from here. You just shoot as head on as possible, okay? Here, Russ. Listen to me. You're doing great, buddy. I just need you to keep as still as possible, please.

X-Ray Tech: X-ray. Everyone clear?

Both: Clear.

Will Halstead: Big hemopneumothorax with some shift. He needs a chest tube.

Connor Rhodes: I got it. Who's the trauma attending on call?

April Sexton: Dr. Zanetti.

Connor Rhodes: Page her. Tell her we need her down here right now.

April Sexton: Got it.

Maggie Lockwood: I'm sorry, are you family?

Claire Rhodes: I'm... I'm his employer. Claire Rhodes from Dolan Rhodes.

Maggie Lockwood: The department store?

Claire Rhodes: Yeah.

Maggie Lockwood: Dr. Rhodes, is he...

Claire Rhodes: He's my brother.


Dr. Zanetti: What are we looking at?

Connor Rhodes: 45-year-old male. Impaled glass in his left chest. Arrived hypotensive, but responded to blood and fluids. Left tension pneumo.

Dr. Zanetti: That's a cluster.

Claire Rhodes: Oh, God.

Maggie Lockwood: Ma'am, let me show you where you can wait.

Connor Rhodes: Got a chest tube in on the left side. Pressure's improved. Base deficit was 8.

Dr. Zanetti: We need to get this thing off to see what we're dealing with. What did you sedate him with?

Connor Rhodes: Got two of versed with the chest tube.

Dr. Zanetti: Which one of you is in charge?

Kelly Severide: That's me.

Dr. Zanetti: I need to remove it without allowing this piece to vibrate in the slightest, so I'm thinking cuts here, here, and here.

Kelly Severide: Yes, ma'am.


Will Halstead: Nat. Guess who Connor is.

Natalie Manning: I'm not talking to you.

Will Halstead: Oh, come on.


Natalie Manning: What was it you said? "Try thinking like a doctor, not a pregnant woman?"

Will Halstead: I was crazed, all right? I didn't mean it.

Natalie Manning: You meant it.

Will Halstead: Look, I need to ask you about a patient. You wrote that article review on vertigo, right?

Natalie Manning: Yes, that and other pediatric vestibular disorders, why?

Will Halstead: Well, I got a 24-year-old in four who lost her balance and took a header. I'd like a second opinion… Get that package yet?

Natalie Manning: What package?

Will Halstead: I sent you an olive branch. Not a real olive branch obviously, although now that I'm thinking about that, maybe that was the way to go… I'm trying to apologize.

Natalie Manning: What's the patient's name?

Will Halstead: Dylan. Her name is Dylan.


Ethan Choi: Captain Trevor Jackson. Ma'am. Army?

Trevor Jackson: Ranger. First Battalion. 75th Regiment.

Ethan Choi: Cool. Follow my pen line.

Trevor Jackson: You served?

Ethan Choi: Navy. Reservist now. You're a long way from Georgia. What brings you in today?

Trevor Jackson: Fender bender. It was my fault. I got light-headed. Thought I was gonna pass out.

Ethan Choi: Well, you been drinking, soldier?

Trevor Jackson: No, sir.

April Sexton: Blood work. You two in town for business, pleasure?

Lauren Jackson: Visiting my family. Lincoln Park.

Trevor Jackson: I got to get back to duty. Mother-in-law's cooking packing on the pounds.

April Sexton: Kids?

Lauren Jackson: Not yet.

Trevor Jackson: One day, baby, one day. I don't want her to have to raise kids alone while I'm still being deployed.

Ethan Choi: Captain Jackson, are you diabetic?

Trevor Jackson: No.

Ethan Choi: I'm afraid these numbers indicate differently. Your blood sugar's at 350.

Trevor Jackson: What? No. There's no way I have diabetes.

Lauren Jackson: Baby, listen to the doctor.

Trevor Jackson: If I have diabetes, they won't deploy me, and that's it. I'm done, and I can't be a soldier anymore. You understand.

Ethan Choi: Well, it's true you don't have the classic risk factors... Obesity, family history... And your white blood count is elevated, so it's possible there's some underlying infection driving your blood glucose up.

Trevor Jackson: Okay.

Ethan Choi: We'll run some more tests, see if that's the case.

Trevor Jackson: Please.

April Sexton: All right, we'll be right back.

Lauren Jackson: It's gonna be okay, honey.


Natalie Manning: Can you smile for me, Dylan? All right, now I'd like you to tilt your head to your left for me, all right?

Will Halstead: I tried an Epley already. It didn't seem to help.

Natalie Manning: Can you hear this?

Dylan: Yes.

Natalie Manning: How about now?

Dylan: Not as well as the other.

Natalie Manning: You a musician?

Dylan: Mm-hmm. Getting my master's at CCPA.

Natalie Manning: The Conservatory? Impressive. Follow my finger for me, all right? I don't mean to scare you, but becoming a doctor was actually my fallback plan. I wanted to be a musician; a violinist, in fact.

Dylan: I don't have a fallback plan. Music's all I ever wanted to do.

Natalie Manning: You see, that's what I was missing. Here, can you squeeze my hands? Plus, Paganini's C minor Caprice broke my will.

Dylan: You and just about everyone else. It's a bear.

Natalie Manning: Yeah.

Will Halstead: I played snare in marching band freshman year.

Natalie Manning: What do you call the guy who hangs out with the band but isn't a musician? The drummer.

Will Halstead: Thanks.

Dylan: I've got my recital next month, all Bach program. Maybe you can come.

Natalie Manning: Sure, I'd love to. Dr. Halstead.


Natalie Manning: She's got a slight nystagmus in her...

Will Halstead: In her right eye, I know. And the hearing loss in the left. I'm thinking it could be syndromic.

Natalie Manning: Well, apparently you didn't need a consult.

Will Halstead: Come on, I value your opinion. How come you never told me you wanted to be a musician?

Natalie Manning: You want an opinion? Call a neurosurgeon and send her for a stat head CT.


Dr. Zanetti: I want a CTA of his chest ASAP. Figure out exactly what's bleeding.

Connor Rhodes: Got to get him on his back before we get him upstairs.

Sarah Reese: Oh, you're gonna use...

Dr. Zanetti: Yes, he is. Can you hold the patient steady please? Thank you.

Connor Rhodes: All right, hang in there, Russ.

Dr. Zanetti: All right, we're gonna flip him over onto his back gently on my count. One, two, three.

Connor Rhodes: Okay.

Dr. Zanetti: All right, let's start to package him up. Newbie, start a femoral line… I got this.

Connor Rhodes: Reese, get over here and help me splint the glass to keep it still. One wrong move on the way, and he could have a massive hemorrhage.

Dr. Zanetti: Maggie?

Maggie Lockwood: Yep.

Dr. Zanetti: Call the blood bank. Tell them I want five more blood, five plasma, and six platelets typed and crossed.

Maggie Lockwood: Yes, ma'am.

Dr. Zanetti: All right, are we ready?


Connor Rhodes: Look, I wish I had more to tell you. Russel's on his way to CAT scan right now, so we can figure out what's injured. We think that it has something to do with the subclavian artery.

Claire Rhodes: English?

Connor Rhodes: The one that supplies blood to the arm. He's gonna need an operation. We have to remove the glass and...

Claire Rhodes: You haven't removed the glass?

Connor Rhodes: It's actually keeping him from bleeding to death. We are trying to get good imaging so that when we operate, we're not going in blind.

Claire Rhodes: So get it.

Connor Rhodes: Is this how it's gonna be?

Claire Rhodes: What did you expect?

Connor Rhodes: I had to leave, okay? The way things were with dad, there was no...

Claire Rhodes: Right, you left him, Connor, but you left me too… Just go take care of Russel.


Maggie Lockwood: Did you hear? He's that Rhodes.

Daniel Charles: Oh, a prince in disguise.


Will Halstead: Your friend with the glass shards?

Connor Rhodes: Uh-huh.

Will Halstead: These are them. Unusual case. Couldn't help myself.

Connor Rhodes: Yeah, I get it.

Will Halstead: Looks like this thing goes through the left subclavian.

Connor Rhodes: There's just so much scatter with the leaded glass. It's impossible to make out the details. I think we're gonna have to go to interventional for an angiogram.

Will Halstead: Want my opinion?

Connor Rhodes: Yeah, sure.

Will Halstead: Try Surgical Theater's SNAP.

Connor Rhodes: What's that?

Will Halstead: S-N-A-P? Surgical Navigation Advanced Platform? You ought to crack a journal once in a while.

Connor Rhodes: Yeah, well...

Will Halstead: SNAP three-dimensionalizes CT images. Because it's 3-D, you see your surgical point from every angle.

Connor Rhodes: Okay, well, where do I find this SNAP?

Will Halstead: There is one in the main OR neuro room.

Connor Rhodes: Great, thank you.

Will Halstead: Dolan Rhodes. I bought some socks there once, the only thing I could afford.

Connor Rhodes: If this works out, I'll get you a tie.


Natalie Manning: Captain Jackson, Mrs. Jackson, I'm Dr. Manning, Natalie Manning.

Trevor Jackson: Ma'am?

Natalie Manning: I understand you're a Ranger. First Battalion?

Trevor Jackson: Yes, ma'am.

Natalie Manning: My husband was in the First Battalion. Captain Jeffrey Manning.

Lauren Jackson: Was?

Natalie Manning: He was killed in action six months ago, Kandahar Province.

Trevor Jackson: I'm very sorry, ma'am. I didn't know your husband.

Natalie Manning: Jeff always got so uncomfortable when people would say, "Thank you for your service." But I guess that's what I want to say.

Trevor Jackson: Appreciate it.

Natalie Manning: And thank you for your sacrifice.


Ethan Choi: Nat?

Natalie Manning: I thought I would pay my respects, but it was really about Jeff... Me looking for Jeff.


Connor Rhodes: Dad.

Cornelius Rhodes: Doctor. How's our patient doing?

Connor Rhodes: Russel's stabilized for now. I have found something that could help us with the surgery. It's an imaging system called Surgical Theatre SNAP.

Claire Rhodes: Okay.

Connor Rhodes: It's FDA approved, so insurance is gonna cover it, but Russel is going to be looking at a lengthy hospital stay afterwards, and I just want to make sure that...

Cornelius Rhodes: That somebody covers the co-pay?

Claire Rhodes: We will.

Cornelius Rhodes: Hang on there, Bernie Sanders. Now, I love Russel as much as you do, but we have to be responsible to the company. Are you prepared to do this for every one of our employees?

Connor Rhodes: We are talking about Russel here. God, he's worked for us since he was 14 years old. He's family.

Cornelius Rhodes: Us? When did it become "us"?


Daniel Charles: That's your dad?

Connor Rhodes: Yep.

Daniel Charles: Fathers like that keep me in business, baby.


Ethan Choi: Dr. Charles, do you have a minute?

Daniel Charles: Sit down. Don't mind if I eat. I missed breakfast.

Ethan Choi: Please. It's my patient, Captain Jackson. He's a physically fit active service army ranger, but his blood sugars indicate he has diabetes.

Daniel Charles: You run labs? Do a CT?

Ethan Choi: His pancreas is healthy. There are no signs of tumours. His labs came back clear for infection and autoimmune disease. I can't find a reason for his diabetes, but I did find this… He fractured two thoracic vertebrae.

Daniel Charles: Ouch.

Ethan Choi: Exactly. So why hasn't he said anything?

Daniel Charles: Why do you think he hasn't said anything?

Ethan Choi: Overseas, I saw a number of soldiers who were away from home a lot. They were depressed.

Daniel Charles: Depressed patients tend to mask or hide pain.

Ethan Choi: Right. The thing is, diabetes is a red flag for the military. You test positive, you don't go back to combat.

Daniel Charles: So if you were depressed about overseas deployment...

Ethan Choi: You'd think he'd be happy to have diabetes. He's home for good. Well, that's not the case. Jackson's extremely upset at the possibility of not going back to active service. Something's going on with him.

Daniel Charles: Let's go say hello to Captain Jackson.

Ethan Choi: Thank you, sir.


Ethan Choi: Captain, this is Dr. Charles. He's a senior attending physician here. 've asked him to consult, just to make sure we're covering all our bases.

Trevor Jackson: Yes, sir.

Daniel Charles: Please, as you were. You're Mrs. Jackson?

Lauren Jackson: Yes.

Daniel Charles: It's nice to meet you. I just wanted to make sure that I have your history straight. So you've seen combat before?

Trevor Jackson: Yes, sir.

Daniel Charles: And this was your first tour?

Lauren Jackson: Seventh.

Daniel Charles: Seventh. And...

Trevor Jackson: What was in the test results?

Ethan Choi: You have a couple fractured vertebrae that will heal on their own, but all your other tests failed to give us an answer. We can't find a clinical reason for your high sugars.

Trevor Jackson: Clinical? What does that mean?

Daniel Charles: A physical cause.

Trevor Jackson: I'm sorry, what kind of doctor are you?

Ethan Choi: He's a psychiatrist.

Trevor Jackson: A shrink? I don't need a shrink; I'm not crazy.

Daniel Charles: Nobody's saying that you are.

Lauren Jackson: Honey, they're just trying to help you.

Trevor Jackson: How is a shrink gonna help me?

Ethan Choi: As I said, we're covering all our bases.

Trevor Jackson: You think I'm faking this?

Ethan Choi: No. You can't fake blood sugar.

Trevor Jackson: So what are you saying, huh? You think I did something to myself? You think I'm a coward?

Daniel Charles: Not for a second is anybody saying you're...

Lauren Jackson: Trevor.

Daniel Charles: Whoa, whoa, Mr. Jackson.

Ethan Choi: Captain.

Trevor Jackson: I'm out of here.

Daniel Charles: Mr. Jackson...

Ethan Choi: Whoa, whoa, Captain. Whoa, whoa. Jackson! Captain! Captain! Nurse, please, a little help!

Lauren Jackson: Come on, baby.


Maggie Lockwood: Watch your back. Left. Straight to surgery. Thank you.

Sarah Reese: Hey, Maggie? Can you help me out?

Maggie Lockwood: With what?

Sarah Reese: With, you know, an IV. The patient's veins are really small.

Maggie Lockwood: How many goes have you had?

Sarah Reese: Three.

Maggie Lockwood: Oh, man. Okay, I got a kid with a broken arm in two. No needles. Think you can manage that?

Sarah Reese: Yes, ma'am.

Goodwin’s office

Cornelius Rhodes: I'm not sure you're aware, but Connor knows Russel Rollins, and it just didn't seem appropriate to me that my son be the one treating him.

Sharon Goodwin: Well, the degree of familiarity doesn't warrant taking Dr. Rhodes off the case, and Mr. Rollins, when he was lucid, did not request another physician.

Cornelius Rhodes: Let me put it another way. I would like Russel to receive the very best medical care, and I do not think my son can provide that.

Sharon Goodwin: Your son is a first-rate surgeon, otherwise I would not have hired him.

Cornelius Rhodes: I want him off the case.

Sharon Goodwin: It's not your decision to make, sir.

Cornelius Rhodes: Excuse me, but I'm the one writing checks here.

Sharon Goodwin: And while we appreciate that, this is my shop, and I will not be pulling Dr. Rhodes from the case.

Cornelius Rhodes: I want you to remember this conversation, because if anything happens to Russel, you will be repeating it in a courtroom.

Sharon Goodwin: I will remember. And you, sir, have a nice day.

Cornelius Rhodes: This may not be your shop for long.


April Sexton: Dr. Halstead.

Will Halstead: Yeah?

April Sexton: Your violinist. Radiology just sent the report.

Will Halstead: Has anyone from neurosurgery seen these yet?

April Sexton: They're talking about scheduling surgery as soon as possible.


Dylan: Acoustic neuroma?

Will Halstead: Tumours, essentially, caused by a genetic condition called neurofibromatosis. It disturbs nervous system cell growth. So these neuromas are pressing against your inner ear, and that's why you've been experiencing the hearing loss and the dizziness. We need to remove them and stop the internal bleeding.

Dylan: When?

Will Halstead: As soon as possible.

Dylan: What are the side effects?

Will Halstead: There's a good chance you'll lose your hearing.

Dylan: My hearing?

Will Halstead: Yes… Dylan, I know it seems like your world is coming apart right now, but we got lucky here today. Okay, that fall you took might've just saved your life.

Dylan: I'm a musician.

Will Halstead: This could've killed you, and you don't always get a warning sign. I want to transfer you upstairs and admit you into the hospital proper. Is that okay with you?

Dylan: No, I want to talk to the woman who was in here earlier... The violinist.

Will Halstead: Dr. Manning?

Dylan: I'm not going anywhere until I talk to her.

Will Halstead: Okay, I'll tell her.


Daniel Charles: How's he doing?

Lauren Jackson: Okay.

Daniel Charles: Don't think it'd be a very good idea for me to go back in there.

Lauren Jackson: No.

Daniel Charles: Wow, seven tours. That must be tough.

Lauren Jackson: Well, I knew what I was signing up for. I'm proud of my husband.

Daniel Charles: Of course. I just... I know you must miss him and worry about him.

Lauren Jackson: Like every soldier's wife.

Daniel Charles: And I know the illness is a blow, but at least, you know, you have him home, and he's close, right?


Maggie Lockwood: Thank you. The chairman is here to see you... Of the hospital.

Sharon Goodwin: That's never good.

Maggie Lockwood: Mm-hmm. He's waiting in your office.

Sharon Goodwin: Okay.

Goodwin’s office

Sharon Goodwin: Barry.

Barry Lindheim: Sharon.

Sharon Goodwin: Nice surprise.

Barry Lindheim: Well, I was on my way to the Art Institute for a preview. I thought I'd drop by.

Sharon Goodwin: A little out of your way.

Barry Lindheim: I got a call from Cornelius Rhodes. He's friends with some members of the board... Golf buddies. Said he spoke with you today.

Sharon Goodwin: He did.

Barry Lindheim: Unfortunately, he feels his concerns were not addressed.

Sharon Goodwin: Oh, no, they were addressed.

Barry Lindheim: He feels he was dismissed.

Sharon Goodwin: Good. I'm glad he got the message.

Barry Lindheim: Sharon, I would never tell you how to run this hospital.

Sharon Goodwin: And I appreciate your faith in me, Barry.

Barry Lindheim: But the Rhodes are wealthy people.

Sharon Goodwin: Mm-hmm, and how much has Mr. Rhodes given to this hospital?

Barry Lindheim: His mother's donated quite a bit.

Sharon Goodwin: No, no, how much has he donated?

Barry Lindheim: Mr. Rhodes was talking about making a $200,000 gift.

Sharon Goodwin: Right. Talking.

Barry Lindheim: I don't think we can ignore the fact that the Rhodes...

Sharon Goodwin: Barry, listen. I can understand the need to cultivate donors. Mr. Rhodes can make a $200 million gift, but I still will not let him dictate who performs surgery in this hospital, and I think going to war for that conniving S.O.B. is not a good idea.

Exam room

Dr. Zanetti: Incredible.

Connor Rhodes: Wait till you get the headset on. It's like I'm moving around inside of his body.

Sharon Goodwin: Okay, so tell me how this thing works.

Dr. Zanetti: It combines images from the CT angiogram and creates a three-dimensional model of the patient's anatomy. With the HTC Vibe, you get virtual reality. It allows us to better tailor our operation. Are you having some concerns?

Sharon Goodwin: No, no, no, just... Just curious. Oh, by the way, Dr. Rhodes, I met your father today.

Connor Rhodes: Yeah? Did he charm you?

Sharon Goodwin: Not exactly.

Connor Rhodes: Hey, Dr. Zanetti. Take a look at the middle-left subclavian artery.

Dr. Zanetti: The glass is going straight through. It's like a finger in a dike.

Connor Rhodes: I can't believe there's still flow past the injury.

Dr. Zanetti: Rotate a little to the left. There. Looks like our dike sprung a leak.

Sharon Goodwin: He's bleeding.

Connor Rhodes: Yeah.

Dr. Zanetti: I think we can get away with a collarbone incision. Come on, let's go.


Connor Rhodes: Claire, Dad, this is Dr. Zanetti. Russel is being prepped for surgery right now, and she and I will perform the operation.

Claire Rhodes: Okay.

Cornelius Rhodes: You must have a lot of faith in him.

Dr. Zanetti: I do.

Cornelius Rhodes: Hmm, I never thought I'd see the day; my son saving lives.


Dr. Zanetti: Your father, is he as big a tube steak as he seems?

Connor Rhodes: That he is.

Dr. Zanetti: You leave him out there, Rhodes. Don't bring him in here.


Dr. Zanetti: Okay. All right. Ready to pull this out?

Connor Rhodes: Ready.

Dr. Zanetti: Okay, take a deep breath, and whatever you do, do not break the glass.

Connor Rhodes: Damn it.

Dr. Zanetti: You lacerated the subclavian vein. I need suction.

Connor Rhodes: We have 20 seconds before he bleeds out.

Dr. Zanetti: More suction.

Marty Peterson: Systolic's 90. What's going on? Are you guys in trouble?

Dr. Zanetti: Shut up, Marty, just give him blood. 4-0 Proline. Suction there. Right there.

Connor Rhodes: No, that's not it.

Dr. Zanetti: Damn it, I can't see anything.

Marty Peterson: He's 34 degrees.

Dr. Zanetti: I can't see a thing. More suction.

Connor Rhodes: Dr. Zanetti, let me. I got this… Let me.

Dr. Zanetti: You better not screw this up… Gentle.

Connor Rhodes: Okay, I got it.

Dr. Zanetti: That wasn't about your father, was it? I really hope you weren't trying to prove something.


Ethan Choi: The Captain has been gaining weight, seems to bruise easily.

Daniel Charles: That's totally consistent.

Ethan Choi: I just can't believe it.

Daniel Charles: Let me do this… Mrs. Jackson?

Lauren Jackson: I'm sorry, I don't want these to get cold.

Daniel Charles: I... I won't keep you long. In reviewing your husband's symptoms, I'm pretty sure I know what's causing his diabetes.

Lauren Jackson: Hmm.

Daniel Charles: And, um... And I think you do too.

Lauren Jackson: What? What are you talking about?

Daniel Charles: You don't lie a whole lot, don't you? I mean, you're certainly not very good at it, to your great credit. To lie well, you have to loosen up. You know, make eye contact, stuff like that.

Lauren Jackson: I don't understand what you're saying. I mean, lie? Lie about what?

Daniel Charles: Somebody's got to go in there and tell your husband the truth. I could do it… Let me hold those for you.


Sharon Goodwin: Maggie, any word from Dr. Rhodes on the surgery?

Maggie Lockwood: Nope, he's still in the OR.

Daniel Charles: I'm afraid I've got some bad news.

Sharon Goodwin: Oh, please, I am having a terrible day.

Daniel Charles: It's about to get a little bit worse. We have a case of domestic abuse on our hands.


Trevor Jackson: You couldn't! Are you out of your mind?


Daniel Charles: That woman has been poisoning her husband with prednisone.


Trevor Jackson: Why would you do something like that? Oh, my God.

Goodwin’s office

Lauren Jackson: I read on the Internet that if I gave him some prednisone, it would look like diabetes. I just wanted him home safe. It's been ten years of worry, of nightmares. You can understand why I did it, can't you?

Sharon Goodwin: Well, whether I understand or not, it doesn't matter.

Lauren Jackson: There's a doctor here. Her husband was a ranger, and she lost him. He's dead. Isn't it better to be sick than dead?

Sharon Goodwin: Why did you let it go so far? Why didn't you talk to someone?

Lauren Jackson: What good would talking do? I wanted him home. Talking wouldn't bring him home.

Sharon Goodwin: Mrs. Jackson, I'm sorry. What you did is a crime, and I have to report it.

Lauren Jackson: Am I going to go to jail?

Sharon Goodwin: I don't know.


Natalie Manning: She's not gonna do the surgery, at least not until she's given the recital.

Will Halstead: You told her those tumours might kill her first?

Natalie Manning: Hearing and being heard it's how Dylan interacts with the world. She can't imagine her life without that ability. She needs more time to process all of this.

Will Halstead: She doesn't have more time.

Natalie Manning: I don't know what to tell you. It's not our decision to make.

Will Halstead: I don't believe this. I miss something with one patient, and it's too late to fix it, then I catch something like this early on, and I still can't fix it. Nat, the medicine is clear. The patient should not be making this decision. I should.

Natalie Manning: So you became a doctor to tell people what to do?

Will Halstead: I became a doctor to save people's lives. It's all I've ever wanted to do. I don't have a fallback plan or some hidden passion. This is it for me. It's just... No one ever told me there'd be this much loss involved.


Natalie Manning: I pulled this out of the deep depths of my closet. I reached out to Anne-Sophie Mutter's people, but it seems she's on tour in China, so... I'm guessing you know Bach's "Concerto in D minor" for two violins? In my day, we all learned it.

Dylan: Sure.

Natalie Manning: Get out your violin, Dylan. We're gonna have that recital. Come on.

Dylan: The tumour’s that bad?

Natalie Manning: Yes, but we're gonna get it out.

Dylan: And my hearing?

Natalie Manning: Let me explain something. The memory is not just in the head. We also have what's called kinesthetic memory, the body's memory. It remembers movement, resistance, and the position of its parts. So hearing or not, your body can still remember how to play… Don't focus on the sound. Concentrate on the feel, the vibrations… Just close your eyes and remember.


Ethan Choi: We'll taper off the prednisone, and your system will purge it over the next few days. The side effects will dissipate, and your blood sugars will return to normal.

Trevor Jackson: Where are they taking her?

Ethan Choi: She's turning herself in to the police.


Trevor Jackson: Lauren!

Ethan Choi: Captain, easy.

Trevor Jackson: We'll get through this... Together.


Sharon Goodwin: Dr. Rhodes, how's your patient?

Connor Rhodes: The surgery was successful, and he should be okay.

Claire Rhodes: Oh, thank God.

Sharon Goodwin: Isn't that great news, Mr. Rhodes?

Cornelius Rhodes: Yes, I had every faith in my son.

Sharon Goodwin: That's exactly what I told the Chairman of the Board when he dropped by to see me today.

Claire Rhodes: Thank you.

Connor Rhodes: Of course.

Cornelius Rhodes: Well, looks like we can go. Thank you very much.

Sharon Goodwin: Dolan Rhodes. That's a big name in Chicago. Growing up with that can give a person a skewed perspective, like whatever he wants, he ought to get.

Connor Rhodes: My dad give you a hard time?

Sharon Goodwin: Nothing I couldn't handle.

Connor Rhodes: My grandfather was the one who started the business.

Sharon Goodwin: Oh?

Connor Rhodes: Yeah. Salt of the earth kind of guy. He used to say to me, "You're gonna have to "work harder than everybody else," you know? "Be better than everybody else so that you don't turn out like everybody expects you to."

Sharon Goodwin: Hmm.

Connor Rhodes: "So that you don't turn out like your father." Took me a while to get that message.

Sharon Goodwin: Well, congratulations, Dr. Rhodes.


Maggie Lockwood: Dr. Halstead, messenger just left this for you… Charvet… Ooh, someone likes you. Mm-hmm.

Will Halstead: Yep.


Maggie Lockwood: Reese. Treatment 1.

Treatment 1

Sarah Reese: Where's the patient?

Maggie Lockwood: You play golf?

Sarah Reese: No.

Maggie Lockwood: Me neither. Who's got the time? There's something that golfers get. The "yips." Some kind of mental block. They can't make the simplest putt. Even really the golfers.

Sarah Reese: I'm not following this conversation.

Maggie Lockwood: You got the yips with needles, and I'm gonna help you get over it. Let's get started.

Sarah Reese: You want me on...

Maggie Lockwood: Yep. Jab me. Let's go. I don't have all night… Mm-hmm.


Dr. Zanetti: Dr. Rhodes. Back in the OR? Pretty ballsy move, pushing an attending aside. Someone with a fragile ego would've chopped your head off.

Connor Rhodes: Sorry.

Dr. Zanetti: Don't apologize. Never apologize.


Natalie Manning: How'd it go?

Will Halstead: They got everything. She's gonna be fine.

Natalie Manning: And her hearing?

Will Halstead: I'm sorry.


Natalie Manning: So what was in that package you sent me?

Will Halstead: Three bars of chocolate: dark, milk, semisweet. Wasn't sure which you'd prefer... And a jar of olives.

Natalie Manning: Olives?

Will Halstead: Well, I know you've been craving brine these days, so...

Natalie Manning: An olive branch. I've got a patient I got to check on in peds… You're forgiven.

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schumi  (07.12.2017 à 10:15)

Beaucoup de rythme dans cet épisode où les dossiers se succèdent pour nos médecins et où chacun se trouve confronté à des problèmes personnels.


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