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#118 : Fin de parcours

Dr Rhodes s’occupe de la prise en charge du Dr Downey, tandis que Goodwin est forcée de faire face à des problèmes personnels. Avril reçoit un coup de poing en soignant un patient mais cet incident pourrait finalement être un mal pour un bien. Le Dr. Halstead découvre que Goodwin mijote quelque chose et le passé du Dr Manning l’a rattrape. Le jour de l'obtention du diplôme de Sarah arrive enfin, mais elle reste en conflit sur sa prochaine affectation et sur ses plans de carrière.
Pendant ce temps, à la demande du Dr Charles, le Dr Choi se tourne vers une source improbable pour obtenir de l'aide.


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Connor Rhodes (Colin Donnell)

Connor Rhodes (Colin Donnell)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo) et Joey Thomas (Peter Mark Kendall)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo) et Joey Thomas (Peter Mark Kendall)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto) et Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto) et Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) et Jeff Clarke (Jeff Hephner)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) et Jeff Clarke (Jeff Hephner)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto) et Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto) et Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto) et Jeff Clarke (Jeff Hephner)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto) et Jeff Clarke (Jeff Hephner)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss), Sharon Goodwin (S. Epatha Merkerson) et Ethan Choi (Brian Tee)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss), Sharon Goodwin (S. Epatha Merkerson) et Ethan Choi (Brian Tee)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo) et Joey Thomas (Peter Mark Kendall)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo) et Joey Thomas (Peter Mark Kendall)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss)


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Scénario : Diane Frolov & Andrew Schneider

Réalisation Michael Waxman

Guest Starring : Gregg Henry (Dr Downey), Jeff Hephner (étudiant Jeff Clarke)


Joey Thomas: Is your mom flying in for tonight?

Sarah Reese: No, she's got an early day tomorrow. Doesn't want to red-eye back. She sent me a check.

Joey Thomas: Well, then after the ceremony, let's you and I go out and celebrate.

Sarah Reese: Depends on how late it is.

Joey Thomas: Reese, it's your graduation. You've earned it.

Sarah Reese: Okay.

Joey Thomas: Okay, well, I'll be the guy clapping the loudest.

Sarah Reese: Please don't.

Joey Thomas: I'll see you later.


Maggie Lockwood: Morning.

Natalie Manning: Hey.

Maggie Lockwood: Oh, no, don't tell me you lost it again.

Natalie Manning: What?

Maggie Lockwood: Your wedding ring.

Natalie Manning: Oh, uh... No. I decided it was time to take it off. Can't get used to it not being there, though.

Sarah Reese: Dr. Manning? Six-month-old boy, Michael Thomas. Suffering from diarrhea, vomiting.

Maggie Lockwood: You're going to Treatment Six.

Natalie Manning: Hi, I'm Dr. Manning.

Shannon Thomas: Something's really wrong with him.

Sarah Reese: Hey, don't worry. We're gonna take good care of your baby.

Nick Thomas: Okay.

Maggie Lockwood: Page Dr. Rhodes. Dr. Halstead, you're with me. It's Dr. Downey.


Maggie Lockwood: Talk to me.

Paramedic: BP's 90 over 60. Rate of 110. Respiration's at 38.

Maggie Lockwood: Okay, we're going to Trauma Three, Baghdad.

Paramedic: He was found at home. He dialed 911 himself, but he was down by the time we got there.

Will Halstead: Dr. Downey, can you hear me? Are you in pain?

Maggie Lockwood: Get ready to rotate.

Will Halstead: No breath sounds on the right. Need an X-ray.

Trauma 3

Maggie Lockwood: Sharon, we need you in Baghdad.

Will Halstead: On my count. One... Two... Three.

Maggie Lockwood: Transfer. Get it out.

Nurse: X-ray clear.

Will Halstead: There's fluid in his chest.

Connor Rhodes: He just had an RFA yesterday. His liver must be bleeding into it.

David Downey: Yeah.

Connor Rhodes: Yeah?

Will Halstead: All right, hemopneumothorax on the right.

Connor Rhodes: All right, we're gonna put in a chest tube to drain the blood. 2 of Versed. 5 of morphine.

Nurse: Right away.

Connor Rhodes: Sorry about the shirt.

Will Halstead: Pulse is thready.

Connor Rhodes: All right, get a groin line in, will you?

Will Halstead: Yep.

Nurse: Dr. Halstead.

Connor Rhodes: Okay, I'm in.

Sharon Goodwin: How's he doing?

Connor Rhodes: His liver is bleeding into his chest. I need to open him up to stop it. How close are we?

Will Halstead: All right, I'm in.

Connor Rhodes: Activate the MTP. Tell 'em to send all the blood they have and meet me in the O.R.

Maggie Lockwood: Copy.


Dr. Vorspan: You gotta stop the bleeding. I'm barely keeping up.

Abby Patel: Dr. Rhodes?

Connor Rhodes: Can't get to the diaphragm. The right lung is in the way. Can you collapse it? Give me some room?

Dr. Vorspan: Yeah.

Connor Rhodes: Set up the Argon Plasma Coagulator.

Dr. Vorspan: Putting in a bronchial blocker right now.

Connor Rhodes: Allen.

Dr. Vorspan: It's coming. In a sec. Lung deflating.

Abby Patel: Good.

Connor Rhodes: Okay, I see the bleed. All set with DRB?

Abby Patel: Bleeding's slowing. It's still pretty oozy.

Connor Rhodes: How much product has he gotten?

Dr. Vorspan: Six platelets, one cryo.

Connor Rhodes: We're gonna have to warm him up in the ICU and continue transfusions. Make sure he can form clots.

Abby Patel: Want me to close?

Connor Rhodes: No. My teacher. I'll close.


Daniel Charles: So, insomnia, obsessive pacing, aggression?

Ethan Choi: Some of that.

Daniel Charles: And this is a parrot?

Ethan Choi: Right.

Daniel Charles: What else you know about the bird?

Ethan Choi: He was kept by a hoarder. Basically lived in a trash heap.

Daniel Charles: Abused?

Ethan Choi: Certainly neglected. Yelled at a lot. Look, I don't know what to do. I tried to give him away, but nobody'll take him.

Daniel Charles: How's he feel about you?

Ethan Choi: How should I know? He's a bird.

Daniel Charles: Will you do me a favour, and before you try and give him away again, can I come by and meet him?

Ethan Choi: You wanna meet the parrot? Very much so.

Daniel Charles: How about lunch today? I'll bring sandwiches.

Ethan Choi: Okay.

Treatment 6

Shannon Thomas: What's wrong with our baby?

Nick Thomas: He's probably just weak, right? From the diarrhea?

Natalie Manning: We've given him fluids, so he's not dehydrated.

Sarah Reese: Was he born prematurely?

Shannon Thomas: No.

Natalie Manning: His liver's enlarged.

Shannon Thomas: Oh, my God.

Natalie Manning: Was he exposed to any toxins in the house?

Nick Thomas: No, we're careful about that.

Natalie Manning: Anything else you can think of?

Shannon Thomas: Only... He... He just started sitting up, but he hasn't been able to do that the last couple days.

Natalie Manning: Okay. Let's order a CBC, CMP, UA, and blood cultures, and let's start a 10cc bolus of albumin and page Dr. Grant.

Nick Thomas: What is all that?

Natalie Manning: We just need to run some further tests, and I'm bringing in a specialist to consult. Okay?

Sarah Reese: We're gonna find out what's going on with you.

Natalie Manning: Be back shortly.


April Sexton: You could have just dropped me off.

Tate Jenkins: My mama told me, "Escort a lady to the door."

April Sexton: Well, here I am.

Tate Jenkins: Mm-hmm.

April Sexton: Safe and sound.

Tate Jenkins: Yes.

April Sexton: Muah. See you tonight.


Sharon Goodwin: Hey, Maggie?

Maggie Lockwood: Yeah?

Sharon Goodwin: Any word on Dr. Downey?

Maggie Lockwood: He's out of surgery and stable.

Sharon Goodwin: Oh, good. Good.

Maggie Lockwood: How's the renovation going? Bert's "man cave."

Sharon Goodwin: You know, I thought it would cheer him up, but he's not showing any interest at all. I feel like I'm being punished for not retiring with him.

Maggie Lockwood: Rough at home, huh?

Sharon Goodwin: That's an understatement.

Will Halstead: Morning, Ms. Goodman.

Sharon Goodwin: Dr. Halstead.

Will Halstead: That woman... Does not like me.

Maggie Lockwood: You haven't exactly made her life easy. How's the job search going?

Will Halstead: Hey, got an offer yesterday from Mount Sinai, Miami.

Maggie Lockwood: Oh.

Will Halstead: Plus Memorial West in California. So, either way, looks like sunshine for me.

Maggie Lockwood: What about Med?

Will Halstead: Lost cause. Should have heard by now.

Maggie Lockwood: Oh, well. Hey, you know, Dr. Manning...

Will Halstead: What?

Maggie Lockwood: She's not wearing her wedding ring anymore.

Will Halstead: Why would you tell me that?

Maggie Lockwood: Timing, Dr. Halstead. That's what it's all about.

Patient: His fault. Shouldn't have been wearing that shirt.

Will Halstead: Oh, lovely. Oh, that seems like a pleasant one. Take them to Treatment Three, please.

Will Halstead: Oh, thank you. April, you busy?

April Sexton: I'm with you.

Will Halstead: All right, fellas, I'm Dr. Halstead. Follow me.

Patient: Don't need this.

Friend: Just let 'em take a look.

Patient: I'm fine.

April Sexton: All right, come on. Let's get you on this bed.

Patient: No, no, just... Just wanna go home.

Treatment 3

Patient: Ah.

Will Halstead: Okay, what happened?

Friend: Went out to party after the game, he sees these Cards fans...

Patient: Douchebag's wearing a "Cubs suck" shirt. Yet, we won. How could we suck, douchebag?

Will Halstead: Sir, please stay on the bed.

April Sexton: Down... Sit down.

Patient: Dan got the worst of it. Got kicked in the ribs.

April Sexton: Stay on the bed.

Patient: Let me go!

Will Halstead: Security! You, hold him!

Patient: Dan, what're you doing?

Will Halstead: You all right, April? You okay?

April Sexton: Yeah, I'm okay.

Will Halstead: Get this guy in restraints. 5 of Haldol.

April Sexton: I'm okay.

Patient: No! No!

April Sexton: I'm okay.

Will Halstead: You good... Okay.

April Sexton: Oh, God.

Will Halstead: You okay?

April Sexton: I'm fine.

Will Halstead: All right, let's go over here.

Treatment 6

Deirdre Grant: Cardiomegaly.

Shannon Thomas: What?

Natalie Manning: Michael's heart is enlarged.

Nick Thomas: What would cause that?

Deirdre Grant: Given everything else, I'd say we're looking at a genetic disease.

Nick Thomas: How can that be? We're both fine.

Deirdre Grant: You could each be carrying one faulty recessive gene which, when paired together, can express in Michael.

Sarah Reese: Dr. Manning, BP and sats are dropping.

Natalie Manning: He's not breathing.

Shannon Thomas: Oh, my God.

Deirdre Grant: Tube him now. 10 mics dopamine per kilo and 15 of fentanyl.

Nurse: Right away.

Natalie Manning: I'm in.

Sarah Reese: Sats are coming up.

Deirdre Grant: All right, let's get him up to the PICU.

Sarah Reese: Okay, I'll go with him.

Nick Thomas: Where is he going? What's happening?

Natalie Manning: He's stable. We're taking him up to pediatric intensive care. You can come with.

Nick Thomas: And then what?

Deirdre Grant: There are many genetic diseases that could be causing this. We need to determine which one.

Natalie Manning: Chicago Med can do fast genetic sequencing. We'll need blood samples from the three of you to analyze. Hopefully we'll have a diagnosis in 26 hours.

Nick Thomas: But what if he keeps getting worse?

Natalie Manning: We're gonna do everything that we can. Okay? Go ahead.


Patient: Didn't mean to hit her. I'm sorry. I'm sorry.


April Sexton: Really, I'm fine.

Will Halstead: Your lungs are clear.

April Sexton: So can I go back to work?

Sharon Goodwin: Just hold on.

Will Halstead: Does this hurt?

April Sexton: No. You finished?

Will Halstead: Here?

April Sexton: Ow.

Will Halstead: Okay. On a scale of one to ten, how bad's the pain?

April Sexton: Three.

Sharon Goodwin: That means it's a seven or eight.

Will Halstead: Hey, you're probably okay, but I'd like to get a chest X-ray just to be safe.

April Sexton: No way.

Will Halstead: April, you have some pain and tenderness. A broken rib could have punctured your liver or your lung. I want to make sure you don't have pneumothorax.

April Sexton: I'm not short of breath.

Sharon Goodwin: We don't want to see you wheeled back in here on a gurney.

April Sexton: Ms. Goodwin, I appreciate that, but you are all overreacting. I'm telling you, I'm fine.


Connor Rhodes: He's been off the lorazepam for two hours, and he still hasn't woken up, and he's still completely reliant on the vent.

Sam Abrams: So you needed me to tell you he should have come to by now?

Connor Rhodes: No, I needed you to tell me why he hasn't. Could it just be that his poor liver function is preventing him from metabolizing the lorazepam?

Sam Abrams: Dr. Rhodes, you called a neurosurgeon in to consult. Obviously, you suspect something else.

Connor Rhodes: I'm afraid he might have stroked on the table.

Sam Abrams: And you were hoping I'd tell you otherwise… I can't. His pupils are sluggish.

Connor Rhodes: We need a head CT.

Sam Abrams: You should have already ordered one.

Connor Rhodes: Call me when he's done in radiology.


Natalie Manning: 100 mics of epi.

Nurse: Got it.

Sarah Reese: What happened?

Natalie Manning Heart slowed to 40. IV's blown. We need to give the epi through the tube… Holding compressions… Heartbeat's normal… I know. Let's just hope this little guy makes it until we get those results back.

Ethan Choi’s house

Ethan Choi: He won't fly. Just does this all day. Paces.

Daniel Charles: What else he do?

Ethan Choi: I know this sounds crazy, but I think he gets nightmares. He'll suddenly cry out in his sleep.

Daniel Charles: It's not crazy. It's actually consistent.

Ethan Choi: To what?

Parrot: Don't touch that.

Daniel Charles: PTSD.

Ethan Choi: Post Traumatic Stress? Come on. A parrot?

Daniel Charles: Parrots are highly intelligent, and very socially attuned. There is, in fact, a program at the VA in San Francisco that matches vets with PTSD with similarly afflicted birds.

Ethan Choi: So he can help me?

Daniel Charles: Possible.

Parrot: Don't touch that.

Ethan Choi: What do I do?

Daniel Charles: Eh, take care of him. Talk to him. Hang out with him. For starters, teach him something else to say.

Parrot: Don't touch that.


Joey Thomas: We've extracted DNA from the baby and both parents, and the DNA samples have been prepared, so that we can load it into the sequencer, which will give us the genetic code of each. Once we have that, we can target specific parts of the baby's genome, based on the baby's symptoms, and give a gene-based diagnosis.

Sarah Reese: Mm-hmm.

Joey Thomas: Reese.

Sarah Reese: Hmm?

Joey Thomas: I mean, that's pretty amazing, don't you think?

Sarah Reese: Yeah.

Joey Thomas: Oh, you're thinking about your graduation?

Sarah Reese: No, uh... I'm thinking about the baby. He's so... Little and helpless and in so much pain.

Joey Thomas: I know that you've had second thoughts, but it's actually a good thing you stuck with pathology.

Sarah Reese: It is?

Joey Thomas: Yes. You don't want to get so involved with patients. What if... That poor little baby doesn't make it? You're gonna feel terrible.

Sarah Reese: Yeah, I am.

Joey Thomas: I would too. That's why I like it down here. I'm... I'm not good with suffering. It's just... Too much up there.


Maggie Lockwood: Dr. Halstead.

Will Halstead: Mm-hmm?

Maggie Lockwood: For you.

Will Halstead: From the hiring committee. Didn't even have the balls to tell me in person. "Dr. Halstead, we are pleased to offer you a full-time position as attending physician in emergency medicine at Gaffney Chicago Med."

Ethan Choi: Hey... Congrats.

Maggie Lockwood: Well, well, well. "Lost cause," huh?

Will Halstead: I can't believe it. I must have some, uh, mystery friend on the committee. Overruled Goodwin.

Maggie Lockwood: You dope. Nobody overrules Goodwin. You wouldn't have gotten that without her say-so. Congrats.


Sharon Goodwin: What do you see?

Sam Abrams: You want the good news or the bad?

Sharon Goodwin: Let me have it all, Sam.

Sam Abrams: David didn't have a stroke. He's gonna wake up, but the problem is here in his temporal lobe. It's a mass.

Connor Rhodes: The cancer spread to his brain.

Sam Abrams: Metastic hepastatic carcinoma. It's very bad news.


David Downey: Is it operable?

Sam Abrams: No.

Connor Rhodes: Hold on just a second.

Sam Abrams: The core of the mass is centered over area 5, the superior parietal gyrus.

Connor Rhodes: Meaning?

Sam Abrams: If I resect, he'll have asteriognosis. You won't recognize objects by touch. You won't know the meaning of sensations or be able to coordinate between your visual and tactile systems, and that would be a good outcome.

Connor Rhodes: You can't be sure that's gonna be the case.

David Downey: Without the surgery, what can I look forward to?

Sam Abrams: Well, headache...

David Downey: Already got that.

Sam Abrams: Loss of motor skills, bodily functions, uh, neuropathic pain, seizures, delusions...

David Downey: A smorgasbord.

Sam Abrams: Look, I'll give surgery a shot. It's your call, David. You know my reservations.

Connor Rhodes: All due respect, Dr. Abrams is not the only neurosurgeon in this hospital.

David Downey: No, but he's the best. No surgery.

Connor Rhodes: Dr. Downey, we should at least get a second opinion.

David Downey: I'm satisfied with Dr. Abrams' prognosis. Thank you, Sam.

Sam Abrams: David.

David Downey: By the way, Sam... I've always appreciated your bedside manner… Come back later. I may feel like some company.


Will Halstead: Ms. Goodwin. I want to thank you. I'm going to accept Med's offer.

Sharon Goodwin: My fear is, is you're gonna find a way to get yourself kicked off the staff. I'm curious to see how long it'll take… I'm headed home, Mag.

Maggie Lockwood: Any plans?

Sharon Goodwin: I'm just gonna make a big meal. Bert always loves my cooking.

Maggie Lockwood: That should put him in a better mood.

Sharon Goodwin: Let's hope.


Natalie Manning: Hey.

Sarah Reese: Hey.

Natalie Manning: I checked on the baby. He's stable.

Sarah Reese: Oh, I'm gonna go up and see him.

Natalie Manning: You're graduating tonight, right?

Sarah Reese: Mm-hmm.

Natalie Manning: Well, why don't you just take off? We won't know anything until the morning.

Sarah Reese: I won't stay long.

Natalie Manning: Bye.

Sarah Reese: Night.

Ethan Choi: Night. Hey.

Natalie Manning: Hey. Remember when you were a kid and you lost a tooth and you kept running your tongue over the gap? Without my wedding ring, it's like the same thing. Something's missing.

Ethan Choi: Well, I don't know if it's any consolation, but what do they say? "One door closes and another one opens."

Natalie Manning: I don't know about that, but thanks. Night.

Ethan Choi: Night.


Will Halstead: Natalie.

Natalie Manning: Yeah.

Will Halstead: Hey, did you hear? I got an offer from Med.

Natalie Manning: That's great. You're gonna take it, right?

Will Halstead: Of course, yeah.

Natalie Manning: Good.

Will Halstead: And I promise, from now on, I'll never argue with you.

Natalie Manning: You will be an attending, so you won't have to argue with me. You can just boss me around.

Will Halstead: That's a good point.

Natalie Manning: Yeah.

Will Halstead: No, uh, I'll never do that either.

Natalie Manning: Well, congratulations.

Will Halstead: Thank you.

Natalie Manning: Good night.

Will Halstead: Night.


David Downey: Between the incision and my head, I'm not sure which hurts worse.

Connor Rhodes: Well, those fentanyl boluses aren't doing much for you. I'll order a morphine PCA.

David Downey: No... I hate morphine. Makes me loopy. Turn that up a little, will you?

Connor Rhodes: How's that?

David Downey: Yeah… I'd hoped to make it to the islands one more time. Flying's such a hassle these days.

Connor Rhodes: As soon as we can, we'll get you out of the ICU and into a room... One with a view… Hey, easy there.

David Downey: Dr. Rhodes... You know what I'm facing.

Connor Rhodes: I do.

David Downey: I'd just as soon skip it. If you know what I mean. Check out a little early. I'd need some help though.

Connor Rhodes: You know I can't do that.

David Downey: Yeah, yeah. Well... I guess we're all given our measure of suffering. God's medicine.

Ethan’s home

Ethan Choi: Parrot's are supposed to fly. Don't you know that? Here. Maybe this'll help…Come on. Like this. Flap your wings, come on. Flap your wings. Come on, fly. Come on, like this. Watch me. Can you fly? Like this. Come on. Flap your wings. Fly. Come on, you can fly. Fly. Fly. Fly! We're not making much progress here.

Jenkins’s house

April Sexton: Mm.

Tate Jenkins: Okay, good night, son. Ah.

April Sexton: Sweet dreams.

Living room

Tate Jenkins: And what you need to do is tell me who this guy is that popped you so I can have a little, uh, talk with him.

April Sexton: No, I do not want to see him back in the E.D. Thank you.

Tate Jenkins: Mm-hmm.

April Sexton: Mm. Thank you.

Tate Jenkins: You're welcome.

April Sexton: Anyway... It's not that bad. I've taken worse shots.

Tate Jenkins: So you been hit like this before?

April Sexton: Lots of times. Nursing is a dangerous profession.

Tate Jenkins: Maybe you should leave it.

April Sexton: What, quit my job?

Tate Jenkins: Yeah.

April Sexton: And do what?

Tate Jenkins: Marry me.

April Sexton: What?

Tate Jenkins: I want you to marry me, April.


Joey Thomas: Reese?

Sarah Reese: What?

Joey Thomas: You missed your graduation.

Sarah Reese: I fell asleep. I was afraid to leave the baby.

Joey Thomas: I texted you. I-I called.

Sarah Reese: What? Dead… Did we get the results? I need to call Dr. Manning.

Ethan’s home

Ethan Choi: "Have a nice day." Can't you say that? "Have a nice day." Okay. I'll be back tonight.

Parrot: Be back tonight. Be back tonight.

Ethan Choi: Say that again?

Parrot: Be back tonight. Be back.

Ethan Choi: Yeah, I will.

Parrot: Be back.


Daniel Charles: Really sorry to hear about David. Can imagine that's gotta be very difficult for you.

Connor Rhodes: He's given me so much. How do I ever pay that back?

Daniel Charles: How do you know you haven't already?

Connor Rhodes: Yeah.


Maggie Lockwood: Get out. What did you say?

April Sexton: I said I had to think about it.

Maggie Lockwood: You better. He give you a ring?

April Sexton: No, it was a spur of the moment thing.

Maggie Lockwood: Hmm. You even love him?

April Sexton: Yeah, I love him.

Maggie Lockwood: It seems you have a big decision to make.

Peter Kalmick: Hey, Maggie?

Maggie Lockwood: Hey.

Peter Kalmick: You seen Goodwin?

Maggie Lockwood: No.

Peter Kalmick: She missed the budget meeting. It's not like her.

Maggie Lockwood: No, it isn't.

Meeting room

Natalie Manning: Michael has a condition called Long-Chain Acyl CoA Dehydrogenase Deficiency, or LCADD. I know it's a lot of words, but what it basically boils down to is he can't process fat. So...

Sarah Reese: When, uh, the body can't use fat for energy, it relies on glucose, but there's only a limited amount available. Michael suffered a severe drop in blood sugar.

Shannon Thomas: Blood sugar? That's what caused him to stop breathing and-and his heart?

Sarah Reese: It doesn't have to happen again. It can be managed.

Nick Thomas: How?

Natalie Manning: We're giving him intravenous dextros... Getting his blood sugar up. That will keep him stable.

Shannon Thomas: So he's gonna be okay?

Sarah Reese: Michael will always have the condition, but by altering his diet, we can control it. He'll be able to live a long and healthy life.

Shannon Thomas: Oh, thank you. Thank you.


Will Halstead: You're in pain.

April Sexton: It's no big deal.

Will Halstead: Enough. April, you're getting that X-ray.

April Sexton: Really, I do not...

Will Halstead: No, go to radiology now. I'm putting in the order.

April Sexton: Okay.

Goodwin’s house

Sharon Goodwin: Bert, is that you?

Maggie Lockwood: No, it's me, Maggie.

Sharon Goodwin: Maggie.

Maggie Lockwood: Sharon, I've been calling you. What happened?

Sharon Goodwin: Bert...

Maggie Lockwood: Is he all right? What is it?

Sharon Goodwin: He left. Oh... He said, uh, "I don't know how much time I have left, but I want to spend it happy."

Maggie Lockwood: No, he didn't.

Sharon Goodwin: I don't make him happy.

Maggie Lockwood: He's just being a fool, Sharon. He's gonna be coming right back. You'll see.

Sharon Goodwin: No, Maggie. He's gone. He's gone.

Maggie Lockwood: Oh, Sharon.

Sharon Goodwin: I can't do this. I gotta get myself together. I gotta go to work.

Maggie Lockwood: No, wait a minute, now...

Sharon Goodwin: I missed that budget meeting this morning.

Maggie Lockwood: It doesn't matter.

Sharon Goodwin: Come on, let's go. Let's go.

Maggie Lockwood: You sure you don't want to stay home?

Sharon Goodwin: Come on. Let's go. Thank you. Let's go.


Joey Thomas: Reese. You were supposed to get this last night.

Sarah Reese: What is it?

Joey Thomas: Open it and find out. Oh, I gotta get back to the lab. Um... Enjoy that.

Ethan Choi: Hey, Reese. Pardon me, Dr. Reese. Well done.


Connor Rhodes: Dr. Downey.

David Downey: Dr. Rhodes.

Connor Rhodes: So you had mentioned wanting to get back to the islands. So I thought... There you go.

David Downey: Hm. Pikake.

Connor Rhodes: Sorry?

David Downey: Hawaiian name... For this jasmine.

Connor Rhodes: I thought you should know, I am starting my cardiothoracic fellowship.

David Downey: So I haven't been wasting my time.

Connor Rhodes: Not entirely, no… I never asked. Do you have any family?

David Downey: I had a sister. Passed away. If you're wondering... I've left instructions. Cremation.

Connor Rhodes: Okay… Thank you... For everything.

David Downey: It's been a good ride.

Connor Rhodes: Yes, it has. Yes, it has.


Nurse: Dr. Downey's coding.

Connor Rhodes: He has a DNR. Let him go.


Sarah Reese: Dr. Shore.

Nina Shore: Dr. Reese. We are thrilled to have you. Hey, you wanna see one badass gastric carcinoma? Yeah.

Sarah Reese: Dr. Shore, you've been really nice, and I appreciate your encouragement... But I have decided not to go into pathology.

Nina Shore: Wh... What are you talking about?

Sarah Reese: I think I would do better treating patients.

Nina Shore: But we're... We're counting on you.

Sarah Reese: I'm really sorry.

Nina Shore: You realize, don't you, that pathology is your match? If... If you don't take this, you won't have a job.

Sarah Reese: I know.

Nina Shore: What're you going to do?

Sarah Reese: I don't know.


Ethan Choi: This is the E.D. you'll be rotating through. On this side are the trauma bays, over there are the treatment rooms. That is called Baghdad. You will learn why later. I have schedules. Uh, Jeff... Jeff Clarke. Welcome.

Sharon Goodwin: Our new fourth-year students. It's time for my "Welcome to Chicago Med" speech. How do I look? Visine? My eyes that bad?

Maggie Lockwood: You can get through this.

Sharon Goodwin: Okay.

Natalie Manning: Jeff?

Jeff Clarke: Hey, Natalie.

Natalie Manning: What?

Jeff Clarke: Oh, my gosh.

Natalie Manning: You're in med school?

Jeff Clarke: Yeah, um, I hurt my back on the job, so no more lugging fire hose. I always liked the medical side of things. Didn't realize bio-chem would be such a bitch, but...

Natalie Manning: Hey, Maggie. You see who's here?

Maggie Lockwood: Hey, I heard the rumours.

Jeff Clarke: How you doing, Maggie?

Maggie Lockwood: It's good to see you, Jeff.

Jeff Clarke: Good to see you. So, clearly, I am the oldest one in my class. Um, they call me "Pops."

Natalie Manning: Wow.

Jeff Clarke: Yeah, it's cute.

Natalie Manning: Hey, Will, you ever meet Jeff Clarke?

Will Halstead: You were a firefighter, right?

Jeff Clarke: That's right. Hi.

Natalie Manning: Jeff and my Jeff were really good friends. We used to call them the two Jeffs.

Will Halstead: That's great.

Natalie Manning: We had such a great time together. How's Lisa?

Jeff Clarke: We're divorced.

Natalie Manning: Oh, I'm sorry.

Jeff Clarke: No...

Nurse: Dr. Halstead?

Will Halstead: Thank you.

Natalie Manning: Well, it's really great to have you here.

Jeff Clarke: Good to be here.

Natalie Manning: See ya.

Jeff Clarke: Bye.

Will Halstead: Uh, excuse me.

Maggie Lockwood: It's good to see you, Jeff.


Will Halstead: April.

April Sexton: Hey.

Will Halstead: Your X-ray.

April Sexton: Yeah.

Will Halstead: Uh, the blow didn't cause any significant damage.

April Sexton: Told you.

Will Halstead: It did show us something else. Uh, there's a coin legion in the upper lobe of your lung. Given your history, I think we can rule out lung cancer or lymphoma.

April Sexton: Then what is it?

Will Halstead: Well, we'll need a bronchoscopy and an IGRA to confirm, but I'm pretty sure you have tuberculosis.

April Sexton: What? I've got TB?

Will Halstead: Yeah, I'm afraid so.


Sharon Goodwin: Dr. Rhodes, we're so very sorry for your loss.

Connor Rhodes: Thank you. Um, Ms. Goodwin, I'm gonna need a few personal days, if that's all right.

Sharon Goodwin: Of course.

Connor Rhodes: Thanks.

Sharon Goodwin: Yeah.

Daniel Charles: Thinking about you, pal.

Connor Rhodes: Appreciate that.

Daniel Charles: So, uh, how you doing?

Sharon Goodwin: What do you mean?

Daniel Charles: I don't know. Haven't quite seemed yourself lately.

Sharon Goodwin: Eh, hasn't been a good day.

Daniel Charles: Oh. Sorry to hear it… Oh, Dr. Reese. I understand that congratulations are in order.

Sarah Reese: I just quit pathology.

Daniel Charles: Nice fricking move. Right on, sister. I knew you were smart.

Sarah Reese: I don't have a job.

Daniel Charles: So what? You're gonna be fine.

Ethan’s house

Ethan Choi: His vocabulary's improving. He said "be back" to me this morning.

Daniel Charles: Nice.

Ethan Choi: Pretty smart. He knew I was leaving. Come on, show Dr. Charles. Say, "Be back." "Be back tonight."

Daniel Charles: Performance anxiety, man.

Ethan Choi: He did say it. I heard him. He said it to me this morning.

Daniel Charles: I believe you… Whoa.

Ethan Choi: Look at that.

Daniel Charles: Dang.

Ethan Choi: Good job.

Daniel Charles: More success than I have with most of my patients. Congratulations. To the both of you.

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schumi  (18.11.2018 à 23:28)

Au revoir Downey, Connor lui a offert de très beaux adieux, c'était très émouvant et beau.

Je suis un peu inquiète pour Reese, j'espère qu'on va la revoir la saison prochaine car là elle se retrouve au chomage quand même. Par contre je suis un peu rassurée pour le Dr Choi qui m'inquiétait et qui est un de mes personnages préférés!


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