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#223 : Comme une évidence

Un nouveau médecin arrive au Chicago Med provoquant de la concurrence pour le Dr Rhodes. Le Dr Halstead et le Dr Manning travaillent ensemble pour diagnostiquer un réfugié syrien sans dossier médical. Lorsque Robin est admise de nouveau à l'hôpital suite à des complications, le Dr Reese utilise une approche différente de son traitement. Distrait au travail en raison de l'aggravation du cas de sa fille Robin, le Dr Charles est rappelé à l'ordre par Goodwin et Noah  organise une fête de remise des diplômes qui rassemble tout le monde. 


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Comme une évidence

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France (inédit)
Mercredi 27.03.2019 à 22:50

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Jeudi 11.05.2017 à 21:00
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Réalisateur : Michael Waxman

Scénario : Diane Frolov, Andrew Schneider et Gabriel L. Feinberg

Guests : Ato Essandoh (Isidore Latham), Mekia Cox (Robin Charles), Roland Buck III (Noah Sexton), Eddie Jemison (Stanley Stohl), Patti Murin (Nona Shore), Peter Mark Kendall (Joey Thomas), Branscombe Richmond (Keoni), Norma Kuhling (Ava Bekker), Scott Morehead (Jack Kellogg), Kenneth Choi (David Kwon), Jesse Lee Soffer (Jay Halstead), Paola Sanchez Abreu (Sammie Sullivan), Stephanie Quirk (Morgan), Emily Lane (Christina Bayliss), Michael Fry (Don Crocker), Shay Rose Aljadeff (Leah Bardovi), Jeremy Shouldis (Marty Peterson), Courtney Rioux (Courtney), Cesar Jamie (Cesar), Lorena Diaz (Doris), Tonray Ho (Leah), Casey Tutton (Monique), Karissa Murell Myers (Candace), Salim Jabali (Marwan Haddad), Aniria Turney (Amira Haddad), Paul Farahvar (Karam Haddad), Naima Hebrail Kidjo (Naima), Tasha Anne James (Patty), Tod Kent (Taylor Stafford)


Robin Charles: Get them off! Get them off of me, please! Get them off of me! They're on me! Get them off of me! Get them off of me!

Chicago Med: ER

Naïma: Robin Charles, early 30s. Delusional and combative. Lacerations on the soles of her feet.

Nurse: Treatment 6.

Connor Rhodes: She's on 4 milligrams of risperidone... Nothing given in the field.

Sarah Reese: Vitals?

Connor Rhodes: No. Too agitated. Couldn't get her hooked up.

Robin Charles: Get them off of me!

Chicago Med: treatment 6

Connor Rhodes: Are we set? On my count. One, two, three. Gentle.

Sarah Reese: Robin, do you know where you are? Do you know who I am?

Robin Charles: Help me! Help me, please!

David Kwon: We need to sedate her. 5 of olanzapine, 50 of Benadryl.

Connor Rhodes: Shh.

David Kwon: 2 of Ativan. 2 of Ativan!

Robin Charles: No! No!

Daniel Charles: Dr. Rhodes?

Chicago Med: ER

Daniel Charles: So, you, um... You starting to figure out why I didn't want her leaving the hospital?

Connor Rhodes: She was rational. She was lucid.

Daniel Charles: I warned you.

Connor Rhodes: Robin was fine, okay? Suddenly she just...

Daniel Charles: Suddenly, look at her now! This is on you. You did this.


Sarah Reese: I gave her 5 milligrams of olanzapine, and she responded well, so we're gonna titrate up to 10 a day.

David Kwon: Past that, Med isn't the place for her. Robin belongs in a long-term locked facility.

Connor Rhodes: Dr. Latham.

Sharon Goodwin: Go, Dr. Rhodes. We'll text you if there's any change. Go.

Connor Rhodes: Okay.

Sharon Goodwin: Thank you.

Chicago Med: treatment 6

Sharon Goodwin: Daniel... You should go home and get some rest… You have to take care of yourself. Are you taking your meds? Well, at least go up to your office and lie down.

Chicago Med: ER

Stanley Stohl: You see this? Mandatory penis examinations. Under Illinois state law, all male emergency department workers are required to have a yearly penis exam, to be administered by Dr. Stohl. Please contact him directly.

Maggie Lockwood: Want me to prep you a treatment room?

Stanley Stohl: Ugh. Graduation week. Childish pranks, not to mention the binge drinking and the stunts! Every year, we have an ED full of morons.

Maggie Lockwood: Youth, Dr. Stohl.

Stanley Stohl: Yeah… No. No, there are no exams. It's a practical joke!

Noah Sexton: Dr. Shore, Dr. Halstead, don't forget... Keoni's Luau tonight, my grad party.

Nina Shore: We'll be there.

Will Halstead: Absolutely.

Noah Sexton: Great.

Will Halstead: Mai Tais and poke.

Nina Shore: Piña colada for me.

Will Halstead: See you later.

Natalie Manning: Hey. You and Nina look happy.

Will Halstead: Yeah.

Maggie Lockwood: Hey, you two need to know that... Robin Charles is in 6.

Will Halstead: What happened?

Maggie Lockwood: Psychotic break.

Natalie Manning: Oh, my God.

Maggie Lockwood: You're up. Incoming. Poly trauma. Go, go, go, go, go.

Courtney: 22-year-old male, peds versus auto. GCS 12, BP 100/70, heart rate 125.

Jay Halstead: Got a student ID. Kid's name is Marwan Haddad. Hit-and-run. The car dragged him, like, half a block.

Will Halstead: Sexton, fast his belly.

Noah Sexton: On it.

Chicago Med: treatment

Natalie Manning: Need X-rays: chest and pelvis.

Will Halstead: And left lower leg. Probably a tib-fib fracture. Let's move him. One, two, three.

Natalie Manning: Poor breath sounds on the left side.

Marwan Haddad: Christina.

Natalie Manning: It's okay. It's okay. I'm Dr. Manning. This is Dr. Halstead. We're gonna take really good care of you, okay?

Marwan Haddad: Christina.

Will Halstead: Easy. Easy.

Noah Sexton: Belly's clear.

Will Halstead: He's shocky. I'm intubating.

Natalie Manning: Bilateral rib fractures. Bilateral pulmonary contusions.

Will Halstead: And hemothorax on the left. Sexton, chest tube.

Noah Sexton: On it.

Will Halstead: Doris, hang two units of O-neg on the level one.

Doris: Got it.

Will Halstead: We got a medical history?

Jay Halstead: No. I spoke to his roommate. Marwan's a Syrian refugee. He's here to go to school. That's about all the guy knows. His parents are on a plane. They're flying in from Germany to go to his graduation.

Natalie Manning: Poor guy.

Noah Sexton: Chest tube's in.

Will Halstead: Good work.

Jay Halstead: Can you imagine? The kid survives cluster bombs in Aleppo just to come to Chicago and get hit by a car. Let me know when he wakes up, all right? I want to get a statement, figure out who did this.

Will Halstead: Absolutely. Thanks, Jay.

Chicago Med: hallway

Isidore Latham: Dr. Rhodes, I have news for you. Oh, I should say "good morning."

Connor Rhodes: Good morning, Dr. Latham.

Isidore Latham: If I'm not mistaken, you don't seem to be your usual self. Tired?

Connor Rhodes: No. I'm all right. Thanks.

Isidore Latham: Okay. Good.

Connor Rhodes: Did you page me?

Isidore Latham: Yes. You remember when I told you that you weren't my first choice for this fellowship?

Connor Rhodes: Yeah.

Isidore Latham: It was a South African woman from Groote Schuur. Well, the hospital has allowed for another second-year CT fellow, so she's here, joining our team. Dr. Rhodes, meet Dr. Bekker.

Ava Bekker: Ava.

Connor Rhodes: Connor.

Isidore Latham: I'm sure you two will enjoy working together. I'll leave you two to get acquainted.

Ava Bekker: He's very odd. Asperger's?

Connor Rhodes: Dr. Latham is a great surgeon, teacher, and friend.

Ava Bekker: Oh. Loyal. That's sweet.

Connor Rhodes: You know what, Dr. Bekker? I'm not sure we will enjoy working together.

Chicago Med: ER, waiting room

Maggie Lockwood: Leah? Okay. Mr. Kellogg, I'm the charge nurse.

Jack Kellogg: Is Dr. Charles ready to see me? I texted him I was coming.

Maggie Lockwood: He may not be checking his messages. He had a family emergency.

Jack Kellogg: He told me that I could see him any time. He promised.

Maggie Lockwood: I'm sorry. But I can have one of his residents see you.

Jack Kellogg: I'm not talking to some underling. Is Dr. Charles here?

Maggie Lockwood: Yes, but I don't think he's going to be available.

Jack Kellogg: You tell him that I'm not gonna be treated this way. I'm gonna stay right here and wait until he comes out.

Maggie Lockwood: Okay.

Jack Kellogg: Hey, get me a cup of coffee.

Maggie Lockwood: The vending machine's right there.

Chicago Med: ER

Ethan Choi: April, about last night...

April Sexton: No. It's just as much my fault. It never happened.

Maggie Lockwood: Dr. Choi, April, you're up… Cesar?

Cesar: Don Crocker, 47-year-old male, shortness of breath, chest pains.

Maggie Lockwood: You're going to Treatment 4.

Cesar: Passed out on the stairs. Neighbour found him.

Don Crocker: Lucky.

Cesar: BP 90/70. Heart rate's at 110. 12 lead in the ambo.

Ethan Choi: All right, Mr. Crocker, I'm Dr. Choi. We're gonna take good care of you, all right?

Chicago Med: treatment 4

Don Crocker: Okay.

Ethan Choi: Let's transfer on my count. Ready? One, two, three… 12 lead shows a stemi. Activate the team. Mr. Crocker, you're having a heart attack.

April Sexton: Aspirin?

Ethan Choi: Yeah. 81 milligrams and 4 of morphine.

April Sexton: Mr. Crocker, is there anyone we should call? Friends? Family?

Don Crocker: No.

April Sexton: Someone at work?

Don Crocker: Work from home. Most days don't even leave the apartment.

Ethan Choi: So, no one?

Don Crocker: No.

Ethan Choi: All right, Mr. Crocker, you've got fluid backing up into your heart and lungs... That's why you're having difficulty breathing. April, let's give him 10 milligrams of Lasix and place a Foley... We're gonna get the excess water out of your system.

Don Crocker: Okay.

Ethan Choi: Mr. Crocker?

April Sexton: He's lost consciousness.

Ethan Choi: All right, I've got a pulse. Take him up to the Cath Lab. I'll intubate him there. Page Cardiology. Ready?

April Sexton: Yep.

Chicago Med: ER

Will Halstead: Why'd she do it? Cut her hair. A woman changes her hair like that, it's a big deal, right? It means something.

Maggie Lockwood: Absolutely.

Will Halstead: Yeah. So?

Maggie Lockwood: Well, don't ask me.

Sarah Reese: Oh, my God. What?

Noah Sexton: Are you coming to my party tonight?

Sarah Reese: I don't know. I haven't thought about it.

Noah Sexton: Okay. Well, it won't be the same without you.

Sarah Reese: All right. Look, I'm busy, okay?

Noah Sexton: Okay. But you are... Coming to my party.

Chicago Med: treatment 6

Sharon Goodwin: Hey.

Daniel Charles: Hm.

Sharon Goodwin: Glad you took my advice. She's sleeping. At least let me buy you some breakfast.

Daniel Charles: Cup of coffee, maybe.

Chicago Med: ER

Sarah Reese: Dr. Charles? I have been reviewing Robin's history just to make sure we haven't missed anything, and, well, some of her symptoms... They're not consistent with a psychiatric disorder.

Daniel Charles: Dr. Reese...

Sharon Goodwin: Let her finish.

Sarah Reese: Two days ago when Robin came to the hospital, she was running a mild fever, 100.2, and her BP was elevated. Now, at the time, we didn't think anything of it...

Daniel Charles: That's 'cause it's a very mild fever. And of course her BP was elevated. She was on a forced hold. She was agitated.

Sarah Reese: But when Robin was brought in today, it seemed she was experiencing visual hallucinations. Now, auditory hallucinations indicate a mental disorder, but visual hallucinations should be considered organic until proven otherwise.

Daniel Charles: I think we all wish that Robin had a treatable physical condition rather than...

Sarah Reese: I want to check her ceruloplasmin levels and run an FTA-ABS as well as an MRI and EEG to rule out scelerosis and epilepsy.

Sharon Goodwin: Of course. Do it. What's the matter with you?

Daniel Charles: She's trying to make me feel better. And bless her, but she's grasping at straws. Come on.

Sharon Goodwin: Are you so blinded by your fear that Robin inherited her problems from you that you won't even entertain an alternative?

Daniel Charles: False hope, Sharon. Come on. I don't need any.

Sharon Goodwin: You don't know that. Where's the Daniel who leaves no stone unturned when diagnosing a patient? Where's the Daniel who never gives up? Don't you think your own daughter deserves that much?

Chicago Med: Cardiology

Ethan Choi: Thanks. Hey, what are we looking at?

Ava Bekker: He needs a new valve.

Connor Rhodes: Ava Bekker, CT fellow, Ethan Choi, Chief Resident of the ED.

Ava Bekker: So, we crack his chest, replace the valve.

Connor Rhodes: Well, we don't need to crack his chest. Mr. Crocker's been assessed as intermediate risk, and transcatheter aortic valve replacement, TAVR, is now FDA approved for patients at that level.

Ava Bekker: We get excellent results with open aortic valve replacement. With TAVR, you're just inviting complications.

Connor Rhodes: I don't agree. Why put the patient through a long operation and a long pump run? He can have a functional heart again in under two hours.

Ethan Choi: The less invasive, the better.

Connor Rhodes: Exactly.

Ava Bekker: Excuse me. You're an emergency medicine resident. Why are you even talking?

Ethan Choi: Excuse you?

Connor Rhodes: Because I value Dr. Choi's opinion. And I think you'll find that Dr. Latham will back me on the TAVR.

Ava Bekker: Fine.

Ethan Choi: I'm sorry you got brought into this. I didn't know about Robin. I'm sure you want to be with her.

Connor Rhodes: Yeah, I'm all right, but thanks. This won't take long. I'll let you know how he does.

Ethan Choi: Thanks, man.

Connor Rhodes: Mm-hmm.

Chicago Med: treatment

Will Halstead: What level of oxygen is he on?

Natalie Manning: 100%.

Will Halstead: Left upper lobe is segmentally collapsed.

Natalie Manning: Probably plugged up from a clot in his airway.

Will Halstead: Yeah. Let's get a bronchoscopy.

Natalie Manning: Yeah, clear out any obstructions.

Will Halstead: Hey, I never asked, why'd you decide to cut your hair?

Natalie Manning: Time for a change.

Will Halstead: Oh.

Chicago Med: ER

Christina Bayliss: I'm looking for Marwan Haddad.

Maggie Lockwood: Oh, are you family?

Christina Bayliss: We go to school together.

Maggie Lockwood: Well, he's being treated right now. Why don't you wait in the lobby, and I'll tell you when you can see him, okay?

Stanley Stohl: Oh, Dr. Choi, take a look at this girl in 2. Probable distal radial fracture and concussion. This young genius tied a rope around a rafter and tried to swing across the school cafeteria.

Ethan Choi: What?

Stanley Stohl: You'll see. Oh, by the way, I'm missing my coffee mug. Yeah, some cretin obviously thought it would be amusing to steal it.

Maggie Lockwood: I'll make sure to look out for it, Dr. Stohl.

Stanley Stohl: Thank you.

Chicago Med: treatment 2

Noah Sexton: Closed distal radius fracture.

Ethan Choi: Monkey suit.

Morgan: Uh-huh.

Ethan Choi: Of course. Swinging from the rafters, got to have a monkey suit.

Sammie Sullivan: So stupid.

Morgan: No. You should've seen people's faces when they saw you. It was so clutch. Senior prank. We're graduating from high school.

Ethan Choi: We'll need the Ortho resident to see her.

April Sexton: I'm afraid we're gonna have to cut this suit to set your arm.

Sammie Sullivan: No! It's a rental.

April Sexton: I'm sorry.

Ethan Choi: Your friend lost consciousness when she fell?

Morgan: Yeah. I was kind of worried.

Ethan Choi: Concussion is always a concern. I want to get a CAT scan, head and neck, just to be sure.

April Sexton: Don't worry. You'll be out of here in no time.

Chicago Med: ER

April Sexton: I'll call Ortho.

Noah Sexton: Oh, Dr. Choi, you're coming to my party tonight, right?

Ethan Choi: Uh... Thanks, but I'm not gonna be able to make it. Early call tomorrow.

Noah Sexton: You sure? One Mai Tai.

Ethan Choi: Sorry.

April Sexton: Okay.

Chicago Med: OR

Connor Rhodes: The valve is in position and open. Injecting dye now to check it.

Ava Bekker: Fluoro. Left coronary artery looks good, but I'm not seeing the right.

Connor Rhodes: Could be occluded. Can you get the wire in?

Ava Bekker: Let me try and cannulate the right coronary artery… Can't, the lumen's blocked.

Connor Rhodes: There's no flow on the right side.

Ava Bekker: Seeing right side ST changes. Calcium deposit must have broken off from the old valve and occluded the RCA.

Connor Rhodes: His heart is dying. We've got to open him up now.

Ava Bekker: What we should have done in the first place.

Chicago Med: Psych

David Kwon: And we're already making calls to find her another bed. We'll keep Robin here until we can get her transferred to a long-term facility. We'll take good care of her. I've dialed back on her sedation.

Daniel Charles: Robin? Honey?

Robin Charles: Get away from me. Get away. Get away from me. Get away from me! Make him go!

Daniel Charles: Dan, Dan, Dan, we got this.

Sarah Reese: You were right. The tests I ran... There's no indication of any organic medical condition... I'm sorry.

Daniel Charles: Robin's showing dyskinesia. Did you notice that before? The jerky movements?

Sarah Reese: Yeah, I assumed it's from the antipsychotics.

Daniel Charles: Yeah. It could be. Did you order a paraneoplastic panel?

Sarah Reese: For auto-antibodies? Why?

Daniel Charles: Could we just run one?

Sarah Reese: Of course.

Chicago Med: OR

Connor Rhodes: Graft is in place. Let's get him off of bypass.

Ava Bekker: Unclamping the aorta.

Connor Rhodes: Let's get his heart beating on its own. Defibrillate.

Ava Bekker: Clear. Sinus rhythm.

Connor Rhodes: Cut to 2 liters.

Ava Bekker: Hold on. His right heart is ballooning.

Connor Rhodes: Back on full support. Marty, what's he on?

Marty Peterson: Dobutamine at 8, dopamine at 5.

Connor Rhodes: Give him a milrinone loading dose, epinephrine bolus of 50 micrograms, and start inhaled nitric.

Ava Bekker: That's not gonna cut it. His heart isn't coming back. He's not leaving this room without ECMO.

Leah Bardovi: Won't that just set him up for complications later?

Ava Bekker: Why do all the residents in this hospital think they can offer their opinions?

Connor Rhodes: No ECMO. His heart is strong enough to come back on its own.

Ava Bekker: I disagree.

Connor Rhodes: Noted, but this is my case… All right, cut to 2 liters.

Leah Bardovi: The heart's coming back. Septum is midline, SVR acceptable.

Marty Peterson: Pressure's holding.

Leah Bardovi: Good call, Dr. Rhodes.

Ava Bekker: Yeah.

Connor Rhodes: Let's decannulate.

Chicago Med: treatment

Doris: His sats are down to 80. There's his latest X-ray.

Natalie Manning: No improvement.

Will Halstead: How much vent support are we giving him?

Doris: Maxed out.

Natalie Manning: He's on bronchodilators, and he's still not getting enough oxygen.

Will Halstead: 75%. If we don't correct his hypoxia, we're looking at anoxic brain injury.

Natalie Manning: Mm-hmm. Let's get him up to the ICU and put him on cardiopulmonary support.

Doris: Right.

Maggie Lockwood: Your patient has a friend here. Girlfriend, maybe.

Natalie Manning: Oh, good. I'll go talk to her.

Maggie Lockwood: Okay.

Will Halstead: Thanks, Nat.

Chicago Med: ER, waiting room

Jack Kellogg: How long you been waiting?

Patient: I don't know... About an hour.

Jack Kellogg: Typical. They lie to you here. Stand up for your rights.

Natalie Manning: Hi. Are you Marwan's girlfriend? Is your name Christina?

Christina Bayliss: Yes. How do you know my name?

Natalie Manning: When he first came in, he called out for you… Do you know anything that may help me treat him? Any medical history? Medications?

Christina Bayliss: We haven't known each other that long.

Natalie Manning: Okay. We're taking Marwan up to the Intensive Care Unit. If you want, you can come wait up there… All right. I'll have someone come grab you, okay?

Chicago Med: ER

Maggie Lockwood: Dr. Stohl, I, uh... I found your mug.

Stanley Stohl: Where?

Chicago Med: doctor lounge

Stanley Stohl: Thank you.

Maggie Lockwood: I'll, um, call maintenance to get it down.

Chicago Med: ER

Stanley Stohl: Hello? It's a joke. There are no inspections! It's a joke!

Maggie Lockwood: Get me maintenance.

Chicago Med: hallway

Sarah Reese: Here's the paraneoplastic panel.

Daniel Charles: Wow. Look at that. You were right, Dr. Reese. It is objective. It's physical. Well done.

Chicago Med: scan

Daniel Charles: Where's the tumour?

Doctor: There.

Daniel Charles: It's so tiny… And all that… Page Dr. Latham.

Chicago Med: treatment 2

Ethan Choi: Good news. Your CT was negative.

April Sexton: You're gonna be fine.

Morgan: See? I told you!

Sammie Sullivan: It isn't that.

Morgan: She never does anything wrong. Straight As, all honours. She got into Harvard.

Ethan Choi: Well, we'll start the discharge paperwork… Parents on their way?

Chicago Med: ER

April Sexton: Yes. The school had trouble getting ahold of them, but yeah.

Noah Sexton: Hey… So, what's with you and Dr. Choi?

April Sexton: Nothing. What are you talking about?

Noah Sexton: Oh, come on, April. I'm your brother.

April Sexton: No. There's nothing with me and Dr. Choi. I... Noah! I just broke up with Tate. You think I'm gonna jump into another relationship?

Noah Sexton: Let me just say: maybe Dr. Choi is no All-Pro football player, but he is one hell of a doc... With decent earning potential... I'm just saying.

Connor Rhodes: Maggie, where's Robin?

Maggie Lockwood: Let me call you back. They took her upstairs. She's getting a scan. Doctor...

Chicago Med: hallway

Sharon Goodwin: I saw Robin's scheduled for surgery.

Sarah Reese: She has anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis. It's very rare. Dr. Charles had the idea to test for it.

Sharon Goodwin: It's some autoimmune response?

Daniel Charles: Gone awry. Robin has a mediastinal teratoma... A benign one, but her body's attacking the tumour, and it's also attacking the brain.

Sarah Reese: Yeah, and the resulting inflammation is what's caused her psychiatric symptoms.

Sharon Goodwin: So, when the tumour’s removed?

Daniel Charles: Hopefully the psychosis should resolve itself.

Connor Rhodes: Wait. What's going on?

Daniel Charles: Come on in.

Chicago Med: pre-op

Isidore Latham: I'll remove the teratoma via mediastinoscopy, a minimally invasive procedure. Shouldn't take more than 90 minutes.

Connor Rhodes: You're gonna be okay… I love you… Dr. Latham, I would like to assist.

Isidore Latham: Absolutely not. Given your relationship to the patient, it would be inappropriate and ill-advised. I do not want you in my OR.

Connor Rhodes: It would still be your surgery. I just want to be there.

Isidore Latham: Dr. Rhodes, my understanding of human behavior may be limited, but you are not acting in the professional manner that I am accustomed to. Like any other friend or family member, you will sit in the waiting room. Dr. Bekker will assist.

Chicago Med: treatment 2

April Sexton: As soon as your parents get here, you can go.

Sammie Sullivan: How can I explain what I did? I don't even understand it myself.

April Sexton: I do. You got into Harvard. Sometimes we work so hard, hold ourselves so tight, when we finally reach our goal, we go a little crazy, swing from the rafters.

Sammie Sullivan: I don't know.

April Sexton: Listen to me. You're gonna go to a fantastic school, get a great job, and ten years from now, you'll just think of this as a happy memory.

Chicago Med: ER

April Sexton: Uh, Noah says you're not coming to his party? I'd really like it if you did.

Chicago Med: Cardiology, waiting room

Connor Rhodes: Should be done soon… I was wrong to take Robin out of the hospital. I'm sorry.

Daniel Charles: Well, I have certainly been wrong too. Seeing the whole thing through the prism of my own fears.

Connor Rhodes: Since I was a kid, I always wondered if there was something I could've done to stop my mom from killing herself… I obviously couldn't save my mom, but I was sure as hell gonna try and save Robin.

Daniel Charles: You know, at one point I considered bringing that up. Decided it probably wouldn't have been helpful.

Connor Rhodes: Yeah, probably not.

Daniel Charles: Well, she's not gonna want to have anything to do with me after this is all over... That's for sure.

Sarah Reese: Any word?

Connor Rhodes: No, not yet.

Sarah Reese: Everything okay?

Daniel Charles: Yeah.

Connor Rhodes: Yeah.

Isidore Latham: She did well. The tumor's out. Now we just have to rid Robin's body of the antibodies with plasmapheresis. Should take two hours, and hopefully she'll be okay.

Chicago Med: hallway

Joey Thomas: Hey, Reese, been looking for you. I thought you might want this back.

Sarah Reese: It was a gift. Why would I want it back?

Joey Thomas: You know, when people break up, you give stuff back.

Sarah Reese: It's a Rubik's cube, Joey. Not a diamond ring. Keep it.

Joey Thomas: One more thing… I'm dating Valerie. I just thought you should know.

Sarah Reese: I'm glad you found someone.

Joey Thomas: Thanks.

Chicago Med: ICU, waiting room

Natalie Manning: Christina? How are you doing? We are doing everything we can for Marwan.

Christina Bayliss: I'm pregnant. We didn't mean it to happen. We thought we were being careful. We were going to get married after graduation… Nobody knows.

Natalie Manning: You haven't told your families?

Christina Bayliss: We were going to tell his parents tonight.

Natalie Manning: I am so sorry you both have to suffer like this.

Chicago Med: Don Crocker’s room

Don Crocker: Dr. Choi?

Ethan Choi: Mr. Crocker. They did have to open your chest, but you came through just fine.

Don Crocker: Thank you.

Ethan Choi: Sure.

Don Crocker: For... For caring.

Chicago Med: Cardiology

Connor Rhodes: Hey.

Ethan Choi: Hey. How's Robin?

Connor Rhodes: She's good. Thanks. You saw Mr. Crocker?

Ethan Choi: Yeah. Pretty young to have that kind of heart trouble.

Connor Rhodes: Could be genetics, or... He said he's alone, right? He's not married. No friends. No family.

Ethan Choi: No.

Connor Rhodes: Loneliness puts you at risk for heart disease. That for real?

Ethan Choi: Yeah. I think we all know that love can hurt, right? But loneliness... That'll kill you.

Chicago Med: ICU

Will Halstead: What is it, Natalie?

Natalie Manning: Look at his X-rays.

Will Halstead: Diffuse airway disease.

Natalie Manning: Even with CPS, his lungs are getting worse. Fast.

Will Halstead: This poor kid. What, his parents just flying here to bury him?

Chicago Med: Marwan’s room

Will Halstead: Why can we not figure out what's wrong with him?

Natalie Manning: We've been so focused on his injuries. Maybe there's an underlying condition not related to the accident that we don't know about.

Will Halstead: When Marwan got his bronchoscopy, his tidal volume dipped... It shouldn't have.

Natalie Manning: Right. The paralytics should've relaxed his chest wall, so why are his airways still so constricted? Why can't he breathe?

Will Halstead: What if it's as simple as Marwan's got asthma?

Natalie Manning: That would make sense. He needs steroids.

Will Halstead: Natalie, if we're wrong, that'll put him at risk for infection and myopathy, and that could wind up killing him.

Natalie Manning: Well, we are out of options. If we don't do something now, he will die.

Will Halstead: Candace, 125 milligrams of Solu-Medrol IV.


Candace: Dr. Halstead, Dr. Manning? The patient's parents are here. They just arrived.

Natalie Manning: Great.

Chicago Med: ICU

Natalie Manning: Hi.

Will Halstead: Hello.

Karam Haddad: Thank you for taking care of him.

Amira Haddad: How is he?

Will Halstead: He was seriously injured, and our main focus right now is his lung function.

Natalie Manning: Tell me: is Marwan by any chance asthmatic?

Amira Haddad: Yes, yes, since he was a child. It comes and goes.

Candace: His X-ray is ready.

Natalie Manning: Please, come with us.

Chicago Med: Marwan’s room

Amira Haddad: Oh, oh, my God.

Will Halstead: Bilateral consolidation's markedly improved.

Natalie Manning: His airway pressures are coming down.

Amira Haddad: What does that mean?

Natalie Manning: It means we think your son's gonna be all right.

Karam Haddad: Thank you.

Will Halstead: Candace, let's start weaning him off cardiopulmonary support.

Natalie Manning: You can stay with your son.

Chicago Med: ICU

Natalie Manning: Marwan's recovering. You should go introduce yourself.

Christina Bayliss: I don't know.

Natalie Manning: They should know who you are.

Will Halstead: Are you good?

Natalie Manning: Yeah.

Chicago Med: doctor lounge

Will Halstead: Some days, I really love my job.

Natalie Manning: Asthma. Astute diagnosis, doc.

Will Halstead: Hey, don't give me all the credit. I wouldn't have gotten there if it wasn't for you. You're the genius.

Jay Halstead: Marwan's awake. I got a statement from him.

Natalie Manning: Great. I'll go check on him.

Will Halstead: Thanks, Nat.

Jay Halstead: So, it's Noah's graduation party tonight.

Will Halstead: Yeah. Should be fun.

Jay Halstead: Yeah. Natalie asked me to go with her… You mind?

Will Halstead: No. Of course not.

Jay Halstead: You sure?

Will Halstead: Yeah.

Jay Halstead: All right, you know, I'll tell her I pass. You need to get your act together.

Chicago Med: Nina’s lab

Will Halstead: Hey.

Nina Shore: Is it time to go?

Will Halstead: Nina? I haven't been fair to you. You deserve someone as committed to you as you are to him, and I haven't been that person.

Nina Shore: This is about Natalie, isn't it? You lied to me. You said there was nothing between you.

Will Halstead: I don't know if she has feelings for me, but I have feelings for her, and I can't go on pretending.

Nina Shore: All this time? Pretending?

Will Halstead: Nina, I care about you...

Nina Shore: Get out of here, Will. Go!

Will Halstead: I'll get my stuff out of your apartment.

Nina Shore: Sooner the better.

Chicago Med: ER

Stanley Stohl: There are balloons in my office. Hundreds of them. I can't get in.

Maggie Lockwood: Oh. I'll call housekeeping.

Stanley Stohl: Maggie... Do people hate me?

Maggie Lockwood: No, Dr. Stohl. It's quite the reverse.

Stanley Stohl: Then why?

Maggie Lockwood: You know the saying: "You only hurt the ones you love."

Chicago Med: wake up room

Robin Charles: A tumour?

Connor Rhodes: Yeah. Reaction to your antibodies caused your psychiatric symptoms.

Robin Charles: So, I was crazy, but I wasn't crazy?

Connor Rhodes: Yeah, something like that.

Robin Charles: Okay.

Connor Rhodes: You should know something. It was your dad that came up with the diagnosis… Robin, he's hardly left your side. You should talk to him.

Daniel Charles: Hi, sweetie… Honey… Robin, I... I...

Chicago Med: Cardiology

Ava Bekker: So, I think we can call today a draw.

Connor Rhodes: Didn't realize we were in a competition.

Ava Bekker: Oh, come on. You know, you're quite the gossip magnet. Your mother committed suicide, you drove your girlfriend crazy, and you murdered your attending, Dr. Downey.

Connor Rhodes: Well, then, you'd better watch yourself, hadn't you?

Ava Bekker: I like dangerous men.

Keoni’s restaurant

Stanley Stohl: I want you.

Will Halstead: Come on.

Ethan Choi: April.

April Sexton: Dr. Choi. Ethan.

Chicago Med: ER

Daniel Charles: You're still here?

Sharon Goodwin: Five minutes, and I'm gone. It's so good to hear about Robin.

Daniel Charles: Yeah.

Sharon Goodwin: Well, we made it through another year, Daniel. Gonna get a new bunch of residents to drive us crazy.

Daniel Charles: Le plus ca change, baby. Le plus ca change. Good night, Sharon.

Sharon Goodwin: Good night.


Jack Kellogg: Dr. Charles.

Daniel Charles: Mr. Kellogg?

Jack Kellogg: I've been waiting here all day. You haven't answered any of my messages.

Daniel Charles: I'm very sorry. I've had a, uh... An unusual day. Is there any way we could talk first thing in the morning?

Jack Kellogg: Liar!

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schumi  (23.09.2019 à 10:07)

Oh ben zut je veux vouir la suite moi! Je suis d'accord avec toi Arween je ne m'inquiète pas trop mais bon je saisn qu'avec Chicago Fire il y a déjà eu des surprises alors je reste sur mes gardes!

Très bien trouvée cette explication de la maladie de Robin, je trouve ça bine plus intéressant qu'une "simple" folie! Et Charles fait un super papa même s'il est imparfait.

Bon Nathalie et Will vont finir enemble, je sens qu'on est aprti pour avoir du je t'aime moi non plus pendant toute la série je vais me faire à cette idée lol!

Linstead77  (23.07.2017 à 02:54)

#Manstead arrive! 

arween  (01.06.2017 à 12:51)

Quelle fin !!! Dur de nous laisser comme ça avec un suspense pour Charles (même si je m'inquiète pas trop, on ne sait jamais).

C'était un bon épisode qui bouclait bien cette saison 2. Saison que j'ai trouvé très intéressante aussi d'ailleurs.

Vivement la 3 du coup ! :-)

natas  (13.05.2017 à 16:38)

Excellent final, j'ai aimé la résolution pour Robin et la interaction entre rhode, robin, charles et Reese !

Je suis assez contente des couples des 2 couples...

Je suis moins contente de pour Nathalie et Will, mais c'état bien joué Jay qui s'intéresse à Nathalie mais qui arrive a comprendre son frère et reste loyal.

J'ai très vite deviné ce que serait le cliff de fin... Mais ça fonctionne très bien puisque du coup j'ai vraiment hâte de voir la saison 3 !!!


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