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MEREDITH: <i>For surgeons,
every day is game day.</i>

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[IZZY BIZU'S "ADAM & EVE" PLAYS]

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♪ Yeah, yeah, yeah ♪

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[GROANS]

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♪ Yeah, yeah
- [SIGHS]

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- ♪ Deeper I struggle, deeper I get ♪
- I'm gonna have to sneak you out.

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[GROANS]
- [LAUGHS]

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I feel so dirty.

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Dirty, dirty secret.

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I'm just not ready
for my nieces and nephew

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- to see you.
- You're married, aren't you?

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No single woman
lives in a house like this.

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What? No!
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You're kidding, r...

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♪ Damn, you look so sweet ♪
♪ Oh, you are kidding. ♪

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- You got jokes.
- Yeah, from time to time.

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- We've trained. We've practiced.
- ♪ I'm gonna get it, get it ♪

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- [LAUGHS]
- [ELEVATOR BELL DINGS]

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<i>We know the rules.</i>

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No, no! 18 max.

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♪ You hold me ransom every time ♪

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Okay, I really miss sex,
and this is not helping.

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[SIGHS]

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Are you having sex?

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Mm, on occasion.

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Are you thinking about it all the time?

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I'm thinking about it right now.

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I'm almost positive this constitutes

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a hostile work environment.

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- Note taken.
- [ELEVATOR BELL DINGS]

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♪ Stranger ♪

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Well, hang in there.

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[CHUCKLES]
- ♪ Stranger

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♪ Stranger ♪

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[TELEPHONE RINGS]

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Are you thinking about sex all the time

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with the noises through the wall?

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I am not that loud.

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The walls are thin.

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I miss sex. Don't you?

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My sex drive has become my work drive.
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Plus, I got this really
excellent back massager.

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Clive is nice. You know?
Like, it's more than sex.

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I think I really like him.
I'm seeing him again tonight.

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You're already at two nights in a
row, and you <i>think you like him?</i>

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Well, my mom was the one

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who always told me whether
a guy was a keeper or...

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A serial killer.

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He's not a serial killer. He's too nice.

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You know who says that?

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Neighbors of serial killers.

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We should meet him.

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Judging boyfriends is the number-one perk

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- of having sisters with no sex lives.
- Tonight?
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Sure. My thing with
Dr. Cerone doesn't go well,

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I may just stay home

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and get drunk with my back massager.

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I like this idea of a sister panel.

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So, what? Dinner?

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No, more casual.

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- Game night.
- Game night?

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And he'll have no idea that the real game

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is us judging him.

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I'll spread the word.

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[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS]

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Game night at Grey's place. Sweet.

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Pretty sure we weren't invited.

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[COUGHING]

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CASEY: She's been like this a while.

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Uh, I had some bad chicken salad
from the cafeteria.

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- No, you didn't.
- Snitch.

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I know you don't want it, but we
need to put in an NG tube.

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- You need the nutrients.
- No, please. I-I hate that thing.

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It hurts so bad, and I can't sing.

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[RETCHES]

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I'm sorry, but the anti-nausea
meds aren't working.

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That's the only option.

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[SIGHS]

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I need you to get me some weed.

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- Excuse me?
- I think she means marijuana.

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Yeah, I know what she meant,
and the answer is no.

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- But it's legal in Washington.
- When you're 18.

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[SCOFFS] I'm talking about
medical marijuana.

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- You've been Googling.
- There's an oil. It won't get me high.

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All I need is authorization
from the hospital

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and my primary physician.

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It eases the pain, nausea.

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It's been shown to
help patients on chemo.

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With PTSD.

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Look, it's not regulated
or approved by the FDA.

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- Was this your idea?
- No, it was my grandma's.

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[RETCHES]

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[BREATHING DEEPLY]

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[MOUSE SQUEAKING]

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[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS IN DISTANCE]

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- Is he still alive?
- He's not just alive.

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He's freaking celebrating
that he's alive!

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Don't anthropomorphize the mouse.

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JO: Okay, well, <i>I</i> am celebrating
that he is alive.

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He should've been dead three days ago.
He has no liver!

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- Why are you screaming at me?
- B-Because this is big.

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I mean, we injected him with hepatocytes.

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He grew mini livers, and they're working,

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and you are being way too calm.

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Because it's only a big deal
if Cerone gives us the patent.

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And we can't show him the mouse.

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Because we used his polymer
without his permission?

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Yeah, and if he sees
how well this is working,

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he'll drive the price up
into the millions.

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Okay, she is really peeing
on my parade today.

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Cerone is dead.

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And the parade is canceled.

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- He's dead?
- Yeah. He, uh, died last week.

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That's why they've been stalling.

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So who's in charge of the patent?

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His daughter. That's who
you're meeting with today.

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You couldn't have
led with that, Hellmouth?

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What do we know about the daughter?

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Nothing. I can't find anything online,

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but you look amazing in that dress.

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Excuse me?

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Nothing. Sorry. Nothing.

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- Will this affect my hearing?
- Nope.

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There's just a collection of blood in
your outer ear that needs draining.

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I've never heard of coed rugby.

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How long have you been playing?

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Sarah doesn't play. She's the manager.

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Yeah, you're glad I don't.

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- I'd crush you, Duran.
- Ha!

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Hey, Bachmann.

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Oh, hey, no throwing
that ball in here, okay?

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I, uh, have this heart thing
since I was a kid.

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So, I was on the sidelines
when a ruck got out of control.

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I don't need surgery, do I?
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Nope, I'm gonna do this right here.

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I just gave you a field block
to numb your ear.

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You shouldn't feel a thing.

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Aaah!

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You know, I need another hand here.

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- Uh, DeLuca.
- Coming.

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Do you know, are interns invited to

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this game thing tonight at...
at Dr. Pierce's?

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Games? I love games.

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Hey, stop throwing the ball in my ER!

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Here's your ball, Bachmann.

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Ohh!

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Heads!
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Aah!

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[GASPING] Oh, God.

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- What happened?
- Oh, God.

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- What is it?
- Okay, I need more four-by-fours.

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I got them.

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Wah!

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- Whoa!
- Hey!

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[ALL MURMURING]

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Aaah!

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Okay, it's okay. It's okay.

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Okay. You okay, DeLuca?

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Yep. I'm just gonna...

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No.

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[GROANS]
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Synced & corrected by -robtor-
www.addic7ed.com

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[SIGHS] Wait.
I-I slipped on someone's ear?

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Was it attached to their head?

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Not at the time.

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Okay, no intracranial
bleeding or swelling.

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Congratulations. It's a grade-3
concussion. What's the treatment?

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Uh... rest, minimal stimuli,
dim lights, no screens.

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- Good.
- Cognitive skills still intact.

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You are staying in
a patient room tonight.

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[SIGHS] Ugh.

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Oh, hey, did Sam see me fall?

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Dr. Bello... Did Sam Bello see me fall?

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[WOMAN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY ON P.A.]
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I have to have surgery?
You have to put me out?

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[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS]

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For me to reattach the ear, yes.

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Can it even be reattached?
That guy smooshed it.

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That's fine.
Most ears are smooshed, anyway.

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And once it's healed up,
you'll barely notice it.

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[SIGHS]
- What happened here?

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- Hey.
- Hi.

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Um, long story.

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Sarah, this is Dr. Pierce.

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She is our chief of cardio.

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Sarah tells me she has
ventricular septal defect, so...

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- Little hole in your heart.
- Since I was a kid.

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And she's a little worried
about the anesthesia.

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More worried about calling my dad.

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He's gonna be so pissed.

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Well, let's take a look.

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Um, okay. I will come check on
you before the surgery, okay?

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Thanks.

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[MONITOR BEEPING]

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Do you two have a thing?

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He's so nice.

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A thing? Us?

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I-I just figured maybe because, you know,

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there were a lot of vibes.

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No, I have a...

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You have a boyfriend
that's better than that?

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I would like to see him, please.

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Let's go take a look at your heart.

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I don't understand why you're upset.

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Because this is my OB department,

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- which means you work for me and...
- Ooh, Dr. Lackman.

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- You paged me?
- Yeah. Yes. Yes.

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Dr. DeLuca is asking
for all of my OB records.

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She says you're launching
some kind of investigation.

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Oh, no, no, not...
not an investigation... a study.

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- It's a study.
- That's what I said.

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Well, I know, but you also called

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a seat belt a "strap-on," so,
you know, sometimes, uh...

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Um, it's a study. It's a
maternal mortality study

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on cases in the U.S. versus
other developed countries.

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- Oh.
- Yeah.

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It's for the medical innovation contest.

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- Ah.
- Hey, by the way, Sofia keeps asking

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if she can have a playdate with Lindsay.

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Oh, seems like they were just
in the daycare together.

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I know. It goes too fast.

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Here's my log-in and password.
Use what you need.

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- Mm.
- And call me. Let's set up a playdate.

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Yeah. Definitely. Okay.

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[TELEPHONE RINGING]

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- You want it? [LAUGHS] You want it?
- Come on.

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[WOMAN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY ON P.A.]

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[SIGHS] Okay.
Let's take a look at that leg.

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Uh, no. No way.

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You're the one that chopped
that girl's ear off.

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Oh, you mean Sarah,
the girl who lost her ear

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because you couldn't follow
a simple direction?

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I want someone else, a different doctor.

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Fine.

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[LAUGHS] Schmitt!

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There's your someone else.

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Uh, pass. I'd like a doctor
who's older than me.

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Well, we're a little short
on doctors today

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'cause someone threw a ball.

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So we're just gonna call this
a teaching moment.

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For... me or him?

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Ugh! Does it matter?

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All right.

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Uh, now I need you to get a solid base

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before you reduce that fracture.

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I already lost an ear.
Hate to lose a foot.

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- W-What?
- Hold up, Schmitt.

250
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Kepner, can I, uh,
talk to you for a second?

251
00:08:58,670 --> 00:09:02,173
Um, so, I'm gonna take over, and
you can head home for the day.

252
00:09:02,207 --> 00:09:04,398
- What?
- Chief's orders.

253
00:09:04,432 --> 00:09:07,245
She's talking to legal, and they
said that you should stand down.

254
00:09:07,279 --> 00:09:08,626
Wait. S... I'm... [CHUCKLES]

255
00:09:08,660 --> 00:09:10,066
I'm getting suspended? Why?

256
00:09:10,100 --> 00:09:12,183
Well, you cut a girl's ear off,
for starters.

257
00:09:12,217 --> 00:09:13,325
It's only for the day.

258
00:09:13,359 --> 00:09:14,719
Yeah, because a kid was throwing a ball

259
00:09:14,753 --> 00:09:16,354
after I repeatedly told him to stop.

260
00:09:16,388 --> 00:09:18,923
Yes, everybody knows that, and the
security video will affirm that.

261
00:09:18,957 --> 00:09:21,707
Okay, what's the problem, then?
The problem is I heard it from Bailey,

262
00:09:21,741 --> 00:09:24,262
she heard it from Webber,
and you never reported it?

263
00:09:24,296 --> 00:09:25,830
- [SIGHS] I...
- An accident in your ER...

264
00:09:25,864 --> 00:09:27,498
...resulting in a mangled patient

265
00:09:27,533 --> 00:09:30,435
and an injured surgeon
could mean major lawsuits.

266
00:09:30,436 --> 00:09:32,336
- And there's no incident report?
- No, I was gonna do it later.

267
00:09:32,371 --> 00:09:33,623
You don't mention it to me?
I was working. I...

268
00:09:33,648 --> 00:09:35,406
- What is going on, Kepner?
- You know, wh-what's going on

269
00:09:35,441 --> 00:09:37,008
is that somebody broke the rules

270
00:09:37,042 --> 00:09:38,676
and somebody else
is getting punished for it.

271
00:09:38,710 --> 00:09:41,179
That's what's going on.

272
00:09:41,213 --> 00:09:44,782
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS]

273
00:09:44,817 --> 00:09:46,784
- [PULSING]
- Okay, see that color there?

274
00:09:46,819 --> 00:09:49,353
That's where your blood
is flowing through your VSD.

275
00:09:49,388 --> 00:09:50,955
Still there.

276
00:09:50,989 --> 00:09:52,924
- They found it when I was 8.
- [CLICKS, PULSING STOPS]

277
00:09:52,958 --> 00:09:54,827
But they said having a big surgery

278
00:09:54,862 --> 00:09:56,561
would be riskier than just keeping it.

279
00:09:56,595 --> 00:09:57,862
Well, it was back then.

280
00:09:57,896 --> 00:09:59,964
Now I could use a catheter
281
00:09:59,998 --> 00:10:01,599
to place a patch on the hole.

282
00:10:01,633 --> 00:10:04,802
It's way less invasive,
which means way less risky.

283
00:10:04,837 --> 00:10:06,104
Wait. What?

284
00:10:06,138 --> 00:10:07,972
Just like that? No open-heart surgery?

285
00:10:08,006 --> 00:10:09,509
Nope.

286
00:10:10,175 --> 00:10:12,415
Then my dad would let me play rugby?

287
00:10:12,450 --> 00:10:15,046
Well, is your dad anti-rugby?

288
00:10:15,080 --> 00:10:16,881
He's anti-me dying.

289
00:10:16,915 --> 00:10:19,984
He made me quit because of my
heart, so I'm team manager.

290
00:10:20,018 --> 00:10:21,586
But, I mean, after this,

291
00:10:21,620 --> 00:10:23,654
I could totally get off the sidelines.

292
00:10:23,689 --> 00:10:24,960
Could you fix it while you fix my ear?

293
00:10:24,994 --> 00:10:26,791
No, it would have to be
two separate surgeries...

294
00:10:26,825 --> 00:10:29,894
your ear first, and then your heart.
295
00:10:29,928 --> 00:10:31,574
But I will assist Dr. Avery

296
00:10:31,609 --> 00:10:33,736
with the vascular reconnections
on your ear,

297
00:10:33,771 --> 00:10:36,000
and I can monitor your heart
while I'm there.

298
00:10:36,034 --> 00:10:37,969
- [BED RAIL CLICKING]
- Hmm.

299
00:10:38,003 --> 00:10:39,226
What?

300
00:10:39,260 --> 00:10:41,807
Even when you say his name,
there's vibes.

301
00:10:41,841 --> 00:10:43,147
Stop it.

302
00:10:43,181 --> 00:10:44,809
[LAUGHS]
- Please.

303
00:10:44,843 --> 00:10:48,989
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS]

304
00:10:49,023 --> 00:10:50,449
You got a minute?

305
00:10:50,483 --> 00:10:51,949
Ha, do I look like I have a minute?

306
00:10:51,984 --> 00:10:53,184
You never look like you have a minute.

307
00:10:53,218 --> 00:10:55,453
Then read my face, and I'll come
find you when I'm done here.
308
00:10:55,487 --> 00:10:57,088
[SIGHS] I want to give
my 12-year-old patient

309
00:10:57,122 --> 00:10:59,524
authorization for medical marijuana.

310
00:10:59,558 --> 00:11:03,794

311
00:11:03,829 --> 00:11:05,963
Karev, have you met
the Grey Sloan Legal Team?

312
00:11:05,998 --> 00:11:10,301

313
00:11:10,335 --> 00:11:11,869
MEREDITH: So, there's nothing else online

314
00:11:11,904 --> 00:11:13,191
about Cerone's daughter?

315
00:11:13,225 --> 00:11:15,973
No, she's an only child. She has
an MD after her name. That's it.

316
00:11:16,008 --> 00:11:17,008
Okay.

317
00:11:17,042 --> 00:11:18,209
- So we smile...
- Mm.

318
00:11:18,243 --> 00:11:19,410
...uh, act polite,
- Mm.

319
00:11:19,444 --> 00:11:22,880
...kill her with kindness,
and we do not mention the mouse.

320
00:11:22,915 --> 00:11:24,949
Do we really have enough
for the presentation without it?
321
00:11:24,983 --> 00:11:27,618
Well, the presentation with it
is definitely too much.

322
00:11:27,653 --> 00:11:28,986
MARIE: Meredith?

323
00:11:29,021 --> 00:11:30,855

324
00:11:30,889 --> 00:11:35,193
Look at you all grown up.

325
00:11:35,227 --> 00:11:37,061
Auntie Marie?!

326
00:11:37,095 --> 00:11:38,396
"Mer-Mer"!

327
00:11:38,430 --> 00:11:40,031
[BOTH LAUGH]

328
00:11:40,065 --> 00:11:41,367
Twist.

329
00:11:41,401 --> 00:11:42,967

330
00:11:47,512 --> 00:11:49,851
I was so sorry to hear about your father.

331
00:11:49,876 --> 00:11:52,010
Oh, thank you.
He was sick for a long time.

332
00:11:52,045 --> 00:11:53,612
It was time.

333
00:11:53,646 --> 00:11:55,586
- And he was ready.
- Hmm.

334
00:11:55,621 --> 00:11:59,852
Ah, you look just the same but prettier.
335
00:11:59,886 --> 00:12:01,787
And the last time I saw you was...

336
00:12:01,821 --> 00:12:04,022
- 8th birthday party.
- Oh, my goodness.

337
00:12:04,057 --> 00:12:05,431
The balloons?

338
00:12:05,465 --> 00:12:06,725
- The balloons!
- [LAUGHS]

339
00:12:06,759 --> 00:12:08,794
She filled the entire bedroom,

340
00:12:08,828 --> 00:12:10,696
floor to ceiling, with balloons.

341
00:12:10,730 --> 00:12:12,364
It was... insane.

342
00:12:12,398 --> 00:12:14,466
[CHUCKLES] You were a disembodied giggle.

343
00:12:14,501 --> 00:12:15,801
[BOTH LAUGH]

344
00:12:15,835 --> 00:12:17,703
Are you really her...

345
00:12:17,737 --> 00:12:18,837
Oh, no, I'm sorry.

346
00:12:18,872 --> 00:12:19,972
This is Dr. Jo Wilson.

347
00:12:20,006 --> 00:12:21,707
She's my partner on the project.

348
00:12:21,741 --> 00:12:22,763
This is Marie Cerone.

349
00:12:22,798 --> 00:12:24,343
Hi. So, are you really her aunt?

350
00:12:24,377 --> 00:12:26,011
N-Not by blood. [CHUCKLES]

351
00:12:26,045 --> 00:12:28,847
Her mother and I were friends,
best friends.

352
00:12:28,882 --> 00:12:30,382
I watched Meredith grow up.

353
00:12:30,416 --> 00:12:33,318
And then you just sort of
disappeared after...

354
00:12:33,353 --> 00:12:34,853
What... What... What happened?

355
00:12:34,888 --> 00:12:36,889
Ugh. Your mother didn't tell you?

356
00:12:36,923 --> 00:12:38,199
I had to go back to Spain.

357
00:12:38,233 --> 00:12:40,092
My father wanted me to run the business.

358
00:12:40,126 --> 00:12:41,894
- Oh.
- Ah!

359
00:12:41,928 --> 00:12:43,862
I just want to squeeze you, my Mer-Mer!

360
00:12:43,897 --> 00:12:44,997
- Mer-Mer?
- [LAUGHS]

361
00:12:45,031 --> 00:12:46,532
You don't go by that anymore?

362
00:12:46,566 --> 00:12:48,293
- Unh.
- Ah!
363
00:12:49,235 --> 00:12:52,938
I really wanted to get in touch
when I heard about Ellis.

364
00:12:52,972 --> 00:12:56,161
I wanted to, but...

365
00:12:56,196 --> 00:12:57,336
[WHISPERING] It's okay.

366
00:12:57,370 --> 00:12:59,887
I have watched you all these years.

367
00:13:00,613 --> 00:13:03,015
She would've been proud of you, Meredith.

368
00:13:03,049 --> 00:13:04,783
She would've been very proud.

369
00:13:04,817 --> 00:13:08,854

370
00:13:08,888 --> 00:13:10,556
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS]

371
00:13:10,590 --> 00:13:12,157
Uh, took a spill in the kitchen.

372
00:13:12,192 --> 00:13:14,860
Aw. Okay. Ma'am, let's take a look.

373
00:13:14,894 --> 00:13:16,862
I'm gonna shine
a bright light into your eye.

374
00:13:16,896 --> 00:13:19,228
Oh! You think you're so hard.
I've been carrying us all year!

375
00:13:19,263 --> 00:13:21,033
Why don't you come over here
and say that to my face?

376
00:13:21,067 --> 00:13:22,134
Oh, man, you are so lucky

377
00:13:22,168 --> 00:13:23,135
- I'm on the bed right now.
- I'll be right back.

378
00:13:23,169 --> 00:13:24,436
LUKE: If you hadn't
tackled me from behind,

379
00:13:24,470 --> 00:13:25,470
I'd still have a season.

380
00:13:25,505 --> 00:13:27,439
You're the reason that
we had to forfeit that game.

381
00:13:27,473 --> 00:13:28,974
I didn't start the stupid thing!

382
00:13:29,008 --> 00:13:30,642
- Okay, okay, knock it off.
- Oh, so you're saying I did?

383
00:13:30,677 --> 00:13:31,843
- Back off, man!
- Knock it off!

384
00:13:31,878 --> 00:13:33,579
Whoa!

385
00:13:33,613 --> 00:13:34,813
Aah!

386
00:13:34,847 --> 00:13:36,289
Aah. Damn it!

387
00:13:36,323 --> 00:13:37,816
Just stay down there for a second.

388
00:13:37,850 --> 00:13:38,908
Aah!

389
00:13:38,942 --> 00:13:40,219
[GROANS]
390
00:13:40,253 --> 00:13:41,587
What kind of doctor are you?

391
00:13:41,621 --> 00:13:43,222
Military doctor, and this is my ER.

392
00:13:43,256 --> 00:13:45,424
You guys seem to think that
our rules don't apply to you,

393
00:13:45,458 --> 00:13:46,959
and it's cost me two good surgeons today,

394
00:13:46,993 --> 00:13:48,994
so if one of you so much as makes a sound

395
00:13:49,028 --> 00:13:50,896
before you're discharged from my ER,

396
00:13:50,930 --> 00:13:54,211
I will send you out of here
on a stretcher. Understood?

397
00:13:54,245 --> 00:13:55,431
- Yes, sir.
- Yes, sir.

398
00:13:55,465 --> 00:13:57,336
- Okay.
- Yes, sir.

399
00:13:57,370 --> 00:14:01,406
Oh. I like a man with authority.

400
00:14:01,441 --> 00:14:02,941
Me too.

401
00:14:02,976 --> 00:14:04,076
[TELEPHONE RINGS]

402
00:14:04,110 --> 00:14:05,688
Ohh.

403
00:14:05,723 --> 00:14:06,812
Aah!
404
00:14:06,846 --> 00:14:09,207
God, my leg! Ow!

405
00:14:09,983 --> 00:14:12,284
Oh, it hurts! It hurts!
[BREATHING SHAKILY]

406
00:14:12,318 --> 00:14:14,319
- There's no pulse.
- [GROANING]

407
00:14:14,354 --> 00:14:15,954
[BREATHING QUICKLY]

408
00:14:15,989 --> 00:14:18,123
[GROANING CONTINUES]

409
00:14:18,157 --> 00:14:19,324
Okay, it's compartment syndrome.

410
00:14:19,359 --> 00:14:20,926
I'm gonna need Betadine and a scalpel.

411
00:14:20,960 --> 00:14:22,448
A scalpel?! What are you gonna do?!

412
00:14:22,483 --> 00:14:24,696
I need to release pressure,
or you're gonna lose your leg.

413
00:14:24,731 --> 00:14:26,698
- [GASPS]
- So close your eyes, okay?

414
00:14:26,733 --> 00:14:28,133
Yes, sir.

415
00:14:28,167 --> 00:14:29,968
[SUSPENSEFUL MUSIC PLAYS]

416
00:14:30,003 --> 00:14:34,039
- [FLESH RENDING]
- [SCREAMING]

417
00:14:34,073 --> 00:14:35,507
[SCREAMING, CRYING]

418
00:14:35,541 --> 00:14:37,843
- Ohh. Wow, dude.
- Nasty!

419
00:14:37,877 --> 00:14:39,611
[SCREAMING CONTINUES]

420
00:14:39,646 --> 00:14:40,946
I said close your eyes!

421
00:14:40,980 --> 00:14:42,949
Don't you ever do what you're told?!

422
00:14:43,650 --> 00:14:46,551
[MONITOR BEEPING]

423
00:14:46,586 --> 00:14:48,553
- [INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS]
- Oh, that's him.

424
00:14:48,588 --> 00:14:50,656
Oh, the father of the girl
who lost her ear?

425
00:14:50,690 --> 00:14:52,958
She did not lose an ear.
We're putting it back on.

426
00:14:52,992 --> 00:14:54,893
Look, legal wanted someone
who witnessed the accident

427
00:14:54,927 --> 00:14:56,662
to be with me when I spoke to him,

428
00:14:56,696 --> 00:14:58,563
so no more "losing the ear" talk.

429
00:14:58,598 --> 00:15:00,532
- Uh, Mr. Maurer?
- Finally.

430
00:15:00,566 --> 00:15:02,334
Thank you so much for your patience.

431
00:15:02,368 --> 00:15:04,002
I'm Chief Miranda Bailey.

432
00:15:04,037 --> 00:15:06,505
- This is Dr. Richard Webber.
- I want to see my daughter. Now.

433
00:15:06,539 --> 00:15:08,674
Absolutely.

434
00:15:08,708 --> 00:15:11,009
- Let me just explain what happened.
- Mm-hmm.

435
00:15:11,044 --> 00:15:13,011
Oh, I've heard. She got a
bad bruise at a rugby game,

436
00:15:13,046 --> 00:15:16,014
and some incompetent ER doctor
cut her damn ear off.

437
00:15:16,049 --> 00:15:17,983
I want to talk to my daughter.

438
00:15:18,017 --> 00:15:19,985
I'm afraid she's already in surgery.

439
00:15:20,019 --> 00:15:21,365
She's in surgery?

440
00:15:21,400 --> 00:15:23,989
Are you aware Sarah has
a ventricular septal defect

441
00:15:24,023 --> 00:15:25,157
which can cause her complications

442
00:15:25,191 --> 00:15:26,425
under general anesthesia?

443
00:15:26,459 --> 00:15:29,061
Yes, we are aware,
and she's being supervised
444
00:15:29,095 --> 00:15:30,562
by our chief of cardio.

445
00:15:30,596 --> 00:15:31,897
Uh, are you a doctor?

446
00:15:31,931 --> 00:15:35,167
No. Malpractice attorney.

447
00:15:35,201 --> 00:15:37,736
[CHUCKLES]

448
00:15:37,770 --> 00:15:41,773

449
00:15:41,808 --> 00:15:43,942
Cardiac status is rock steady.

450
00:15:43,976 --> 00:15:45,711
Wouldn't even know she had a defect.

451
00:15:45,745 --> 00:15:47,379
- Excellent.
- Mm.

452
00:15:47,413 --> 00:15:49,848
So, um, game night, huh?

453
00:15:49,882 --> 00:15:51,152
Oh, yeah, yeah.

454
00:15:51,187 --> 00:15:53,552
- Amelia told you?
- Yeah, should she not have?

455
00:15:53,586 --> 00:15:54,920
Oh, no, no. No, you're w...

456
00:15:54,954 --> 00:15:57,022
You're invited, of course.

457
00:15:57,056 --> 00:16:01,059
Clive will be there, so you're
welcome to bring someone.
458
00:16:01,094 --> 00:16:03,261
Cool, yeah. Thanks.

459
00:16:03,296 --> 00:16:06,031
So... are you gonna bring someone?

460
00:16:06,065 --> 00:16:08,967
Yeah, I guess I'll, uh...
Yeah, I'm bringing Priya.

461
00:16:09,001 --> 00:16:11,803
Oh. Didn't realize you were
still seeing each other.

462
00:16:11,838 --> 00:16:13,705
Uh, yeah, a couple more dates.

463
00:16:13,740 --> 00:16:16,108
A little bit difficult
to juggle. She travels a lot.

464
00:16:16,142 --> 00:16:18,243
She was in the Netherlands last week.

465
00:16:18,277 --> 00:16:19,811
Oh. Vacation?

466
00:16:19,846 --> 00:16:22,080
Uh, no, work. The Hague.

467
00:16:22,115 --> 00:16:23,715
Right. [LAUGHS] Oh, wow.

468
00:16:23,750 --> 00:16:25,984
Wow, just a... a human-rights lawyer.

469
00:16:26,018 --> 00:16:31,056

470
00:16:31,090 --> 00:16:33,158
Clive's a stockbroker.

471
00:16:33,192 --> 00:16:35,627
It's nice to date someone outside
of the hospital, isn't it?

472
00:16:35,661 --> 00:16:38,397
- It is refreshing, actually, yeah.
- Yeah. [CHUCKLES]

473
00:16:38,431 --> 00:16:40,098
Talk to somebody
about something other than

474
00:16:40,133 --> 00:16:41,566
the latest issue
of <i>The Lancet</i> so that's...

475
00:16:41,601 --> 00:16:43,568
[LAUGHING] Yeah.

476
00:16:43,603 --> 00:16:44,970
Yeah.

477
00:16:45,004 --> 00:16:46,471
Did you read that article

478
00:16:46,506 --> 00:16:48,073
about pre-hospital antibiotics and...

479
00:16:48,107 --> 00:16:49,775
- That was amazing. You read that?
- Yeah.

480
00:16:49,809 --> 00:16:52,310
- Yes, groundbreaking.
- Incredible.

481
00:16:52,345 --> 00:16:53,712

482
00:16:57,984 --> 00:17:01,953
Do you need me to go over it
with you one more time?

483
00:17:01,988 --> 00:17:05,557
No, no. I understand completely.

484
00:17:06,793 --> 00:17:08,719
It's just...
485
00:17:10,029 --> 00:17:12,998
I want so badly to support you.

486
00:17:13,032 --> 00:17:14,359
The people who are courting me

487
00:17:14,394 --> 00:17:16,668
are corporations with money
and none of the art.

488
00:17:16,702 --> 00:17:18,870
I was even willing
to sell to you for less,

489
00:17:18,905 --> 00:17:21,039
but at this point,
your proposal, it's brilliant,

490
00:17:21,073 --> 00:17:23,341
but it's just theory and dreams.

491
00:17:23,376 --> 00:17:25,177
Oh, it'll work. I know it'll work.

492
00:17:25,211 --> 00:17:28,013
You can't know. Not yet.

493
00:17:28,047 --> 00:17:29,281
And I can't sell you my father's patent

494
00:17:29,315 --> 00:17:31,316
just because you're my Mer-Mer.

495
00:17:31,350 --> 00:17:32,851
S-She's not.

496
00:17:33,661 --> 00:17:34,853
I'm sorry?

497
00:17:34,887 --> 00:17:36,621
She's not your Mer-Mer anymore.

498
00:17:36,656 --> 00:17:39,658
She's Harper Avery-winning
surgeon Meredith Grey.

499
00:17:39,692 --> 00:17:41,193
With all due respect, Dr. Cerone,

500
00:17:41,227 --> 00:17:43,228
please don't make the mistake
of underestimating her

501
00:17:43,262 --> 00:17:45,163
just because you knew her
when she was a child.

502
00:17:46,566 --> 00:17:48,843
I'm sorry to disappoint you.

503
00:17:49,535 --> 00:17:51,762
It's the last thing I wanted to do.

504
00:17:52,939 --> 00:17:54,473
Helm, get the mouse.

505
00:17:54,507 --> 00:17:55,874
Yes!

506
00:17:55,908 --> 00:17:57,242
Sorry.

507
00:17:57,276 --> 00:18:03,248

508
00:18:03,282 --> 00:18:09,254
[TELEPHONE RINGING,
INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS]

509
00:18:09,288 --> 00:18:11,323
What's this about you not
putting in the feeding tube?

510
00:18:11,357 --> 00:18:12,557
Well, we might not have to.

511
00:18:12,592 --> 00:18:15,660
I went and got the signatures. I just
need yours, and we can move forward.
512
00:18:15,695 --> 00:18:17,195
Move forward with what?

513
00:18:17,230 --> 00:18:19,164
The medical marijuana.

514
00:18:19,198 --> 00:18:20,532
E-Excuse me?

515
00:18:20,566 --> 00:18:22,267
I'm authorizing marijuana for Kimmie.

516
00:18:22,301 --> 00:18:23,468
She said it was your idea.

517
00:18:23,503 --> 00:18:27,105
To give a 12-year-old marijuana?
Are you out of your mind?!

518
00:18:27,139 --> 00:18:28,740
To relieve her nausea and to keep her

519
00:18:28,774 --> 00:18:30,442
from needing to be
on a... a feeding tube.

520
00:18:30,476 --> 00:18:31,910
She's a child.

521
00:18:31,944 --> 00:18:33,044
There's research that say it's a...

522
00:18:33,079 --> 00:18:36,281
No! I don't care what it says.

523
00:18:36,315 --> 00:18:37,749
You're not gonna turn her
into a drug addict

524
00:18:37,783 --> 00:18:39,117
like her parents.

525
00:18:39,151 --> 00:18:40,252
You're fired.
526
00:18:40,286 --> 00:18:42,354
- I'm what?
- You're fired!

527
00:18:42,388 --> 00:18:44,289
You're off Kimmie's case.

528
00:18:44,323 --> 00:18:48,093
I'm finding another doctor
at another hospital.

529
00:18:48,127 --> 00:18:49,861
[DOOR OPENS]

530
00:18:49,896 --> 00:18:51,062
[DOOR CREAKS LIGHTLY]

531
00:18:51,097 --> 00:18:52,297
[DOOR SLAMS]

532
00:18:52,331 --> 00:18:54,675

533
00:18:57,693 --> 00:19:00,242
Wh... Am I gonna die?

534
00:19:00,267 --> 00:19:03,092
- Yes. Probably not today, but, yes.
- Dude!

535
00:19:03,126 --> 00:19:04,466
There was a buildup of blood

536
00:19:04,466 --> 00:19:05,933
between the layers of tissue
and your leg.

537
00:19:05,967 --> 00:19:07,234
But I-is that fatal?

538
00:19:07,269 --> 00:19:09,036
Well, it could've caused you
to lose the leg.

539
00:19:09,071 --> 00:19:10,438
But I got it in time.

540
00:19:10,472 --> 00:19:11,906
Now we just need to make sure

541
00:19:11,940 --> 00:19:13,374
that it doesn't continue to bleed.

542
00:19:13,408 --> 00:19:15,676
It's just that, um,
there's a lot of blood,

543
00:19:15,710 --> 00:19:17,378
and... and I have a term paper
I haven't finished,

544
00:19:17,412 --> 00:19:19,280
and... and I have a present
for my girlfriend,

545
00:19:19,314 --> 00:19:20,581
and, like... like, you know,

546
00:19:20,615 --> 00:19:22,750
it's j-just a sweatshirt s-she likes,

547
00:19:22,784 --> 00:19:23,751
and, like...

548
00:19:23,785 --> 00:19:25,019
My parents! [BREATHES SHAKILY]

549
00:19:25,053 --> 00:19:27,688
[VOICE BREAKING] I never,
like, thanked them for, like...

550
00:19:27,722 --> 00:19:30,024
like, being my parents, and,
like, I almost died, you know?

551
00:19:30,058 --> 00:19:33,094
Okay, Chris, I need you to shut
up so I can keep saving you.

552
00:19:33,128 --> 00:19:35,963
Okay. Oh, I'm...
I'm sorry I threw that ball.

553
00:19:35,997 --> 00:19:38,432
- We're good.
- [MUFFLED] Okay.

554
00:19:40,168 --> 00:19:42,970
Patient number 66055. 38 years old.

555
00:19:43,004 --> 00:19:45,739
Emergency C-section due to cord prolapse.

556
00:19:45,774 --> 00:19:46,941
Hmm.

557
00:19:46,975 --> 00:19:48,979
<i>- Questo è strano.</i>
- English, please.

558
00:19:49,013 --> 00:19:51,278
English somewhere else, please.

559
00:19:51,313 --> 00:19:53,380
Oh, your sister's
worried about you, Andrew.

560
00:19:53,415 --> 00:19:56,250
It... Well, it's a headache
made worse by noise.

561
00:19:56,284 --> 00:19:57,651
[SIGHS]
- Sorry.

562
00:19:57,686 --> 00:19:58,652
Ugh.

563
00:19:58,687 --> 00:20:02,089
[QUIETLY] Um, I said,
"This is strange." Look.

564
00:20:02,124 --> 00:20:04,943
That's our hospital's,
uh, C-section rates?

565
00:20:04,978 --> 00:20:07,294
- Uh-huh.
- It was steady until three years ago,

566
00:20:07,329 --> 00:20:11,899
when it started trending up,
and... look which doctor

567
00:20:11,933 --> 00:20:14,802
does way more of them
than the hospital average.

568
00:20:14,836 --> 00:20:18,105
- Huh.
- We should say something.

569
00:20:18,106 --> 00:20:19,673
O-Or maybe you could just mention it

570
00:20:19,708 --> 00:20:21,075
during Lindsay and Sofia's playdate.

571
00:20:21,109 --> 00:20:22,943
Oh, no, that's not what we're studying.

572
00:20:22,978 --> 00:20:24,411
Besides, C-sections don't kill moms.

573
00:20:24,446 --> 00:20:26,013
But they are major surgeries,

574
00:20:26,047 --> 00:20:28,315
therefore more dangerous
than vaginal birth.

575
00:20:28,350 --> 00:20:29,783
We should only perform them

576
00:20:29,818 --> 00:20:31,685
when the benefits outweigh
other risk factors, just...

577
00:20:31,720 --> 00:20:34,955
Can we just... Can we focus
on the bigger picture?

578
00:20:34,990 --> 00:20:36,802
Fine.

579
00:20:38,059 --> 00:20:40,275
[SPEAKING ITALIAN] _

580
00:20:40,300 --> 00:20:42,596
_

581
00:20:42,630 --> 00:20:44,631
- Ah. That's sexy.
- What does that mean?

582
00:20:44,666 --> 00:20:47,396
I'll tell you if you leave.

583
00:20:48,370 --> 00:20:51,105
Now, I know it looks rough now,

584
00:20:51,139 --> 00:20:54,508
but... once the swelling goes down,

585
00:20:54,542 --> 00:20:56,777
it'll... it's gonna be hardly noticeable.

586
00:20:56,811 --> 00:20:59,513
It'd be a lot less noticeable
if it'd stayed where it belongs.

587
00:20:59,547 --> 00:21:01,882
Uh, no, that surgery went very well.

588
00:21:01,916 --> 00:21:04,051
- When can we schedule my next surgery?
- [CELLPHONE CAMERA CLICKS]

589
00:21:04,085 --> 00:21:05,285
Your <i>next</i> surgery?

590
00:21:05,320 --> 00:21:07,888
Dr. Pierce said she could fix my VSD.

591
00:21:07,922 --> 00:21:09,990
No doctor in this hospital

592
00:21:10,025 --> 00:21:11,992
is gonna lay a hand on you again.

593
00:21:12,027 --> 00:21:13,660
And with the money
we're gonna sue them for...

594
00:21:13,695 --> 00:21:15,996
Dad. We're not suing anybody.

595
00:21:16,031 --> 00:21:17,998
I don't want to be
on the sidelines anymore.

596
00:21:18,033 --> 00:21:19,316
I want to play.

597
00:21:19,350 --> 00:21:22,369
If I'm gonna get hurt, I'd
rather get hurt on the field.

598
00:21:22,404 --> 00:21:24,505
Can't you just cheer me on?

599
00:21:24,539 --> 00:21:26,507
Please?

600
00:21:26,541 --> 00:21:28,876

601
00:21:28,910 --> 00:21:30,711
What do you mean they're leaving?
Where is she taking her?

602
00:21:30,745 --> 00:21:32,880
I don't know. We need to stop it.

603
00:21:32,914 --> 00:21:34,081
I'll talk to Grandma Peg.

604
00:21:34,115 --> 00:21:35,318
- No. No, you won't.
- No, you won't.

605
00:21:35,352 --> 00:21:37,551
CBD oil is not gonna
make Kimmie an addict.
606
00:21:37,585 --> 00:21:39,053
Addiction is what makes people addicts.

607
00:21:39,087 --> 00:21:40,254
Can <i>you</i> talk to her?

608
00:21:40,288 --> 00:21:41,422
[SIGHS] No, Alex, I don't disclose

609
00:21:41,456 --> 00:21:43,057
my personal history to patients.

610
00:21:43,091 --> 00:21:44,725
Because people hear
the word "addict," and they...

611
00:21:44,759 --> 00:21:46,260
they make a lot of assumptions.

612
00:21:46,294 --> 00:21:48,529
- You're an addict?
- Like that.

613
00:21:48,563 --> 00:21:50,097
She likes you. She trusts you.

614
00:21:50,131 --> 00:21:52,232
Just talk to her.

615
00:21:52,267 --> 00:21:55,002
[TELEPHONE RINGS IN DISTANCE]

616
00:21:55,036 --> 00:21:56,870
Wow.

617
00:21:57,906 --> 00:22:00,862
- What?
- Well, you've been through the darkness.

618
00:22:00,896 --> 00:22:02,943
That's... sexy.

619
00:22:02,977 --> 00:22:04,445
[CLEARS THROAT]
620
00:22:04,479 --> 00:22:05,913
Should we check on Andrew?

621
00:22:05,947 --> 00:22:07,748
What if the CT missed
a tiny epidural hematoma

622
00:22:07,782 --> 00:22:09,127
and this is his lucid interval

623
00:22:09,162 --> 00:22:10,751
and it's just in there
growing and growing,

624
00:22:10,785 --> 00:22:12,586
and then... bam!
and he's got gravy for brains?

625
00:22:12,620 --> 00:22:14,221
Yeah, I'm familiar with that scenario,

626
00:22:14,255 --> 00:22:16,557
and avoiding it is high on my list.

627
00:22:16,591 --> 00:22:19,359
But, yes, you may check on Andrew.

628
00:22:19,394 --> 00:22:20,527
And while you're there,

629
00:22:20,562 --> 00:22:23,697
you might want to tell him
that you are in love with him.

630
00:22:23,731 --> 00:22:26,867
Uh... w-we're bad for each other.

631
00:22:26,901 --> 00:22:28,322
Pretending you're
not in love with each other

632
00:22:28,357 --> 00:22:30,137
is what makes you bad for each other.

633
00:22:30,171 --> 00:22:33,307
And denying reality to this degree

634
00:22:33,341 --> 00:22:34,775
makes you useless to me

635
00:22:34,809 --> 00:22:36,810
and, by extension, to this whole project.

636
00:22:36,845 --> 00:22:38,812
[HUMMING]

637
00:22:38,847 --> 00:22:40,981

638
00:22:41,015 --> 00:22:42,082
[SIGHS]

639
00:22:42,117 --> 00:22:43,984
Oh, that's sexy, too.

640
00:22:44,018 --> 00:22:46,487
I mean, a kid's dying while
you play matchmaker, but...

641
00:22:46,521 --> 00:22:48,222
[WHISPERING] I found it hot.

642
00:22:48,256 --> 00:22:49,723
You want to...

643
00:22:49,757 --> 00:22:51,558
No! No. No.

644
00:22:51,593 --> 00:22:53,627

645
00:22:53,661 --> 00:22:55,229
Denying reality to that degree

646
00:22:55,263 --> 00:22:56,663
can make you...

647
00:22:56,698 --> 00:22:59,133
[BREATHES DEEPLY]
648
00:22:59,167 --> 00:23:00,234
[MOUSE SQUEAKING]

649
00:23:00,268 --> 00:23:03,403
You said the future of science.

650
00:23:03,438 --> 00:23:07,007
I was half-expecting
your mouse to have wings.

651
00:23:07,041 --> 00:23:08,775
Well, he's got better than wings.

652
00:23:08,810 --> 00:23:10,477
He has mini livers.

653
00:23:10,512 --> 00:23:14,181
This mouse had his liver removed
over a week ago.

654
00:23:14,215 --> 00:23:16,116
We injected him with hepatocytes,

655
00:23:16,151 --> 00:23:18,752
which took over his liver
function and saved him.

656
00:23:18,786 --> 00:23:20,654
He should've been dead three days ago.

657
00:23:20,688 --> 00:23:24,525
I mean, even his energy
and appetite have returned.

658
00:23:24,559 --> 00:23:28,128
You've already used my polymer
even without permission.

659
00:23:28,163 --> 00:23:30,864
Well, you understand
we had to test my theory,

660
00:23:30,899 --> 00:23:32,666
so we just re-created the polymer
661
00:23:32,700 --> 00:23:35,402
using your original methodology.

662
00:23:36,371 --> 00:23:38,438
[CHUCKLING] My God.

663
00:23:38,473 --> 00:23:40,674
You are your mother's daughter.

664
00:23:40,708 --> 00:23:41,708
[MOUSE SQUEAKING]

665
00:23:41,743 --> 00:23:43,110
[TELEPHONE RINGS IN DISTANCE]

666
00:23:43,144 --> 00:23:45,445
[KNOCK ON DOOR]

667
00:23:45,480 --> 00:23:47,114
- Hi!
- Hi.

668
00:23:47,148 --> 00:23:49,049
You must be Priya. I'm Maggie.

669
00:23:49,083 --> 00:23:50,684
Oh, it is such a pleasure to meet you.

670
00:23:50,718 --> 00:23:52,686
- [INHALES DEEPLY] Oh.
- I understand you're revolutionizing

671
00:23:52,720 --> 00:23:55,022
ventricular assist device technology.

672
00:23:55,056 --> 00:23:56,365
So impressive.

673
00:23:56,399 --> 00:23:57,824
Wow! Jackson told you.

674
00:23:57,859 --> 00:23:59,693
- And you know what it is.
- [BOTH LAUGH]
675
00:23:59,727 --> 00:24:01,295
I represented a Burmese dissident

676
00:24:01,329 --> 00:24:05,399
who died after his LVAD failed
during a prison power outage.

677
00:24:05,433 --> 00:24:06,660
I needed to learn my way

678
00:24:06,685 --> 00:24:08,235
- around some medicine.
- Yeah.

679
00:24:08,269 --> 00:24:11,071
Are any of your friends, like,
ballplayers or accountants?

680
00:24:11,105 --> 00:24:12,673
[LAUGHTER]

681
00:24:12,707 --> 00:24:14,007
Trying to keep up here.

682
00:24:14,042 --> 00:24:17,311
- [LAUGHS HEARTILY]
- [CHUCKLES]

683
00:24:17,345 --> 00:24:18,723
This is Clive.

684
00:24:18,757 --> 00:24:20,814
He, um... He's being modest.

685
00:24:20,848 --> 00:24:22,816
He actually came up with the algorithm

686
00:24:22,850 --> 00:24:25,419
to predict stock values
based on social-media hashtags.

687
00:24:25,453 --> 00:24:27,187
- Get out of here.
- Mm-hmm.

688
00:24:27,222 --> 00:24:29,156
Hey, well, I have heard
so much about you.

689
00:24:29,190 --> 00:24:31,158
Oh! [LAUGHS] Yeah. He's joking.

690
00:24:31,192 --> 00:24:34,161
Whatever she told you, it's
probably true. I'm pretty boring.

691
00:24:34,195 --> 00:24:35,295
[BOTH CHUCKLE]

692
00:24:35,330 --> 00:24:36,520
- Do you want me to help you with this?
- [KNOCK ON DOOR]

693
00:24:36,554 --> 00:24:37,864
- Yeah, let's go out here.
- Yeah, sure.

694
00:24:37,899 --> 00:24:39,099
- Okay.
- Okay.

695
00:24:39,133 --> 00:24:40,701
Hmm. Thank you.

696
00:24:40,735 --> 00:24:41,766
Ah!

697
00:24:41,801 --> 00:24:43,537
So you guys are a thing now. Huh.

698
00:24:43,571 --> 00:24:48,041
[LAUGHING] Your parents must be thrilled.

699
00:24:48,076 --> 00:24:50,010
- Wait. Who?
- Who's a thing?

700
00:24:50,044 --> 00:24:51,248
No, no, no. She's just...

701
00:24:51,282 --> 00:24:53,280
Oh, I'm just his ex-wife and baby mama.

702
00:24:53,314 --> 00:24:55,515
- Whoa, okay. Are you all right?
- Oh, yeah, never better.

703
00:24:55,550 --> 00:24:57,217
Hey. I'm April. How's it going?

704
00:24:57,252 --> 00:24:58,452
- Hey.
- Hey. Hi.

705
00:24:58,486 --> 00:25:00,254
MAGGIE: Hey, April, thanks for coming.

706
00:25:00,288 --> 00:25:02,289
Do you want, uh, something to drink?

707
00:25:02,323 --> 00:25:03,890
Oh, no. I brought my own.

708
00:25:03,925 --> 00:25:05,959
Ha!

709
00:25:05,994 --> 00:25:10,030

710
00:25:10,064 --> 00:25:11,131
She seems fun.

711
00:25:11,165 --> 00:25:13,033
- Ha.
- [CHUCKLING] Yeah.

712
00:25:16,782 --> 00:25:17,982
Where are Amelia and Meredith?

713
00:25:18,017 --> 00:25:19,017
That would help us get started.

714
00:25:19,051 --> 00:25:20,785
Yeah, these games
aren't gonna play themselves.

715
00:25:20,819 --> 00:25:22,787
- How long are we gonna wait?
- We can start now.

716
00:25:22,821 --> 00:25:23,857
Well, we need teams of two.

717
00:25:23,891 --> 00:25:25,256
Why didn't anyone tell me
to bring my own team?

718
00:25:25,291 --> 00:25:26,457
I could just watch.

719
00:25:26,492 --> 00:25:28,159
No. Oho! No.

720
00:25:28,193 --> 00:25:30,428
Everyone plays at game night.
That's the rule.

721
00:25:30,462 --> 00:25:31,963
[DOORBELL RINGS, DOOR OPENS]

722
00:25:31,997 --> 00:25:33,831
Whoever that is can be your partner.

723
00:25:33,866 --> 00:25:35,133
- Wow.
- Oh.

724
00:25:35,167 --> 00:25:37,897
This looks like a... rager.
Where's Shepherd?

725
00:25:37,931 --> 00:25:39,337
Uh, she wasn't with you in the lab?

726
00:25:39,371 --> 00:25:41,372
N-Nope. Th-These are the games?

727
00:25:41,407 --> 00:25:43,975
I got to warn you,
I play a mean charades.

728
00:25:44,009 --> 00:25:45,176
Wh-What's this?

729
00:25:46,412 --> 00:25:47,378
Drink?

730
00:25:47,413 --> 00:25:48,880
Yeah. I'd love one. Thanks.

731
00:25:48,914 --> 00:25:50,348
[LAUGHS]
- Mm.

732
00:25:50,382 --> 00:25:53,017
[LAUGHING]

733
00:25:54,586 --> 00:25:56,721
- [SIREN WAILING]
- [INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS]

734
00:25:56,755 --> 00:25:58,956
[WAILING FADES]

735
00:26:04,596 --> 00:26:06,130
[CHAIR CREAKS SOFTLY]

736
00:26:06,165 --> 00:26:07,565
[BREATHES SHARPLY]

737
00:26:07,599 --> 00:26:09,867
Uh, how's your head?

738
00:26:09,902 --> 00:26:11,202
Do you need anything?

739
00:26:11,236 --> 00:26:14,138
[BED RAIL CLICKING]

740
00:26:14,173 --> 00:26:17,017
[SIGHS] We were really young, Sam.

741
00:26:17,910 --> 00:26:21,412
Back then, we were young...

742
00:26:21,447 --> 00:26:24,024
and we were stupid, and...
743
00:26:25,017 --> 00:26:29,520
we're older now, and we're here together.

744
00:26:29,555 --> 00:26:32,924
And you were never just sex to me...

745
00:26:32,958 --> 00:26:34,993
not then, not now.

746
00:26:36,562 --> 00:26:38,539
I just needed to say that.

747
00:26:40,232 --> 00:26:41,366
I-I need to say that...

748
00:26:41,400 --> 00:26:43,067
I love you, too.

749
00:26:44,403 --> 00:26:45,970
Oh.

750
00:26:51,110 --> 00:26:53,077
[WOMAN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY IN DISTANCE]

751
00:26:53,112 --> 00:26:54,946
Hey, Kate!

752
00:26:54,980 --> 00:26:56,914
Thank you. Thank you for the data.

753
00:26:56,949 --> 00:26:58,182
Oh, not a problem.

754
00:26:58,217 --> 00:26:59,951
Sorry I misunderstood your partner.

755
00:26:59,985 --> 00:27:01,252
Oh, God, no, that's okay.
Um, you know what?

756
00:27:01,286 --> 00:27:03,221
We... Uh, we actually have only
just been dating a little bit.
757
00:27:03,255 --> 00:27:05,556
I'm not even actually sure
what you would call...

758
00:27:05,591 --> 00:27:07,225
You... Ha ha!

759
00:27:07,259 --> 00:27:08,760
You mean my research partner, huh?

760
00:27:08,794 --> 00:27:10,962
Yep. But I appreciate the update.

761
00:27:10,996 --> 00:27:12,930
- [BOTH LAUGH]
- Did you get everything you need?

762
00:27:12,965 --> 00:27:16,567
Yeah, um, I actually...
I wanted to give this to you.

763
00:27:16,602 --> 00:27:19,270
[VEHICLES PASSING IN DISTANCE]

764
00:27:19,304 --> 00:27:21,472
Grey-Sloan's C-section rates?

765
00:27:21,507 --> 00:27:22,586
Yeah.

766
00:27:22,620 --> 00:27:24,542
Th-The rates are climbing, you know,

767
00:27:24,576 --> 00:27:26,310
and t-the procedures look like they're...

768
00:27:26,345 --> 00:27:29,113
they're done out of convenience
more than medical necessity,

769
00:27:29,148 --> 00:27:31,949
and you and I both know
that some unnecessary C-sections

770
00:27:31,984 --> 00:27:34,051
cause unnecessary complications.

771
00:27:34,086 --> 00:27:36,988
And, um, it's actually, uh,
broken down by doctor.

772
00:27:37,022 --> 00:27:38,589
I thought you were
working on a global study,

773
00:27:38,624 --> 00:27:42,059
not starting a witch hunt of my OBs.

774
00:27:42,094 --> 00:27:44,395
Kate...

775
00:27:44,430 --> 00:27:48,499
you did twice as many
as the next highest doctor.

776
00:27:48,534 --> 00:27:49,967
[SIGHS]

777
00:27:50,002 --> 00:27:51,969
We're friends. We're...
We're Facebook friends.

778
00:27:52,004 --> 00:27:53,471
And it looks like every single one

779
00:27:53,505 --> 00:27:55,006
of these scheduled C-sections
occurs on a Friday

780
00:27:55,040 --> 00:27:56,307
when you're about to go out of town.

781
00:27:56,341 --> 00:27:58,142
Are you accusing me of something?

782
00:27:58,177 --> 00:28:01,179
No, I just want you to be aware
of it as a friend.

783
00:28:01,213 --> 00:28:02,580
- I...
- [SIGHS]

784
00:28:02,614 --> 00:28:03,748
- [CAR DOOR OPENS]
- Have a good night.

785
00:28:03,782 --> 00:28:05,683
[CAR DOOR CLOSES]

786
00:28:05,717 --> 00:28:07,819
[ENGINE STARTS]

787
00:28:07,853 --> 00:28:13,157
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS]

788
00:28:13,192 --> 00:28:15,906
You ready to go to game night?

789
00:28:15,941 --> 00:28:17,028
I don't know.

790
00:28:17,062 --> 00:28:19,197
- Ah.
- I have something else in mind.

791
00:28:19,231 --> 00:28:20,300
Ooh!

792
00:28:20,335 --> 00:28:21,599
Uh, vomiting.

793
00:28:21,633 --> 00:28:23,353
Uh, uh, spewing.

794
00:28:23,387 --> 00:28:25,769
Uh, uh, uh, mouth confetti.

795
00:28:25,804 --> 00:28:27,038
Uh, uh, uh, ceiling, attic.

796
00:28:27,072 --> 00:28:28,398
Uh, "Flowers in the Attic"!

797
00:28:29,041 --> 00:28:30,174
Uh, sky.
798
00:28:30,209 --> 00:28:31,309
Star.

799
00:28:31,343 --> 00:28:32,426
Puke star.

800
00:28:32,460 --> 00:28:33,644
[LAUGHTER]

801
00:28:33,679 --> 00:28:34,685
Rain.

802
00:28:34,719 --> 00:28:36,180
- "Singing in the Rain"!
- Yes!

803
00:28:36,215 --> 00:28:37,348
[LAUGHS]
- Yes!

804
00:28:37,382 --> 00:28:39,317
- Beat that, suckers!
- [LAUGHTER]

805
00:28:39,351 --> 00:28:40,451
- Hey.
- Yes.

806
00:28:40,486 --> 00:28:41,659
- Puke star was good.
- [LAUGHTER]

807
00:28:41,694 --> 00:28:42,765
- All right.
- Okay. Uh...

808
00:28:42,799 --> 00:28:43,855
Ah! Okay.

809
00:28:43,889 --> 00:28:44,939
- Mm.
- Yeah. Ah.

810
00:28:44,973 --> 00:28:46,123
Oh, yeah. Okay, go.
811
00:28:46,158 --> 00:28:48,059
Okay. Um...

812
00:28:48,093 --> 00:28:49,961
Kneel, take a knee.

813
00:28:49,995 --> 00:28:51,588
Uh, proposing, proposal.

814
00:28:51,830 --> 00:28:53,798
- Uh, a ring... a ring. Ring.
- N-No, no, no, no.

815
00:28:53,832 --> 00:28:55,132
- You can't use props.
- You can't use props.

816
00:28:55,167 --> 00:28:56,501
- It's fine.
- Oh, no, no. It's... Keep going.

817
00:28:56,535 --> 00:28:58,015
- It's fine. Go ahead.
- It's okay. It's okay.

818
00:28:58,050 --> 00:28:59,903
- No, that's against the rules.
- It's fine. It's fine.

819
00:28:59,938 --> 00:29:01,372
- Keep going.
- Engagement ring, wedding ring.

820
00:29:01,406 --> 00:29:02,874
Uh, uh, uh...

821
00:29:02,908 --> 00:29:04,041
I don't... Uh, uh, pr...

822
00:29:04,076 --> 00:29:05,209
Uh, uh, uh, uh.

823
00:29:05,244 --> 00:29:06,375
- "Lord of the Rings"!
- Yes!
824
00:29:06,410 --> 00:29:07,712
- [LAUGHING] What?
- Major.

825
00:29:07,746 --> 00:29:08,838
- [LAUGHTER]
- That's a good clue.

826
00:29:08,873 --> 00:29:10,053
- Yes.
- My turn!

827
00:29:10,087 --> 00:29:12,183
- "My precious."
- [SIGHS]

828
00:29:12,217 --> 00:29:14,552
- Okay.
- Oh, my gosh.

829
00:29:14,586 --> 00:29:16,587
All right.

830
00:29:16,622 --> 00:29:18,155
April.

831
00:29:18,190 --> 00:29:21,158
April. April. You're... Okay.

832
00:29:21,193 --> 00:29:22,593
I'll just do it myself.

833
00:29:22,628 --> 00:29:23,828
- Okay.
- All right.

834
00:29:23,862 --> 00:29:25,062
All right.

835
00:29:25,097 --> 00:29:26,264
Uh...

836
00:29:26,298 --> 00:29:28,599
- Uh, bird.
- [LAUGHS]
837
00:29:28,634 --> 00:29:30,167
Um...

838
00:29:30,202 --> 00:29:31,297
"One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"!

839
00:29:31,331 --> 00:29:32,336
Ah! [LAUGHS]

840
00:29:32,371 --> 00:29:33,504
- Ah! Yes!
- [LAUGHTER]

841
00:29:33,539 --> 00:29:34,539
I'm s... You got that

842
00:29:34,573 --> 00:29:36,207
from her flailing her arms?

843
00:29:36,241 --> 00:29:39,510
- We are like this.
- [LAUGHTER]

844
00:29:39,545 --> 00:29:40,945
That was impressive.

845
00:29:40,979 --> 00:29:42,093
[LAUGHS]

846
00:29:42,095 --> 00:29:43,249
[LAUGHTER]

847
00:29:43,315 --> 00:29:45,116
Can we get back to the game, please?

848
00:29:45,150 --> 00:29:49,720
[SARAH BAREILLES' "FLOORPLAN" PLAYS]

849
00:29:49,755 --> 00:29:51,355
- ♪ I want to draw you
- [KNOCK ON DOOR, DOOR OPENS]

850
00:29:51,390 --> 00:29:54,125
♪ A floorplan of my head and heart ♪
851
00:29:54,159 --> 00:29:56,093
She finally got some sleep.

852
00:29:56,128 --> 00:29:58,262
I'm going to call in the morning
to see about having her moved.

853
00:29:58,297 --> 00:29:59,513
♪ I want to give directions [SIGHS]

854
00:29:59,547 --> 00:30:01,132
Parker, can you give us a minute?

855
00:30:01,166 --> 00:30:03,100
♪ Helpful hints ♪

856
00:30:03,135 --> 00:30:05,069

857
00:30:05,103 --> 00:30:07,438
- ♪ What you'll be looking for ♪
- You've always trusted me.

858
00:30:07,472 --> 00:30:09,240
Do not think about asking me again.

859
00:30:09,274 --> 00:30:11,976
Kimmie is suffering. She needs to eat.

860
00:30:12,010 --> 00:30:14,312
And there's no reason not to
give her medicine that can help.

861
00:30:14,346 --> 00:30:17,048
Look, it won't get her high.

862
00:30:17,082 --> 00:30:19,083
I get where you're coming from.

863
00:30:19,117 --> 00:30:21,752
My parents were addicts, too.

864
00:30:21,787 --> 00:30:23,955
And Kimmie's better off than I was
865
00:30:23,989 --> 00:30:25,301
because she has you.

866
00:30:25,335 --> 00:30:27,291
♪ I know I'll hold this loss
in my heart forever ♪

867
00:30:27,326 --> 00:30:28,559
[SIGHS]

868
00:30:28,594 --> 00:30:31,329
- ♪ I know I'll hold, I'll hold ♪
- I see how you support her,

869
00:30:31,363 --> 00:30:32,763
how you... how you protect her,

870
00:30:32,798 --> 00:30:34,298
and I know how hard
you fight to make sure

871
00:30:34,333 --> 00:30:36,334
she gets the very best medical care.

872
00:30:36,368 --> 00:30:39,637
- ♪ All eyes are on me now ♪
- And this <i>is</i> the best option.

873
00:30:39,671 --> 00:30:42,340
[BREATHES SHARPLY]

874
00:30:42,374 --> 00:30:49,313
♪ All eyes are on me now ♪

875
00:30:49,348 --> 00:30:53,284

876
00:30:53,318 --> 00:30:59,256
♪ All eyes are on me now ♪

877
00:30:59,291 --> 00:31:01,692

878
00:31:01,727 --> 00:31:09,867
♪ All eyes are on me now ♪

879
00:31:09,901 --> 00:31:12,269
So, I was thinking
maybe we could go to dinner

880
00:31:12,304 --> 00:31:14,805
and we could toast your dad
and my mom and talk price.

881
00:31:14,840 --> 00:31:16,841
[CHUCKLES] Mer-Mer's all grown up.

882
00:31:16,875 --> 00:31:19,877
I don't mean to sound crass,
but I am anxious to get started.

883
00:31:19,911 --> 00:31:23,547
Sweetheart, I would love it,
but... jet lag.

884
00:31:23,582 --> 00:31:24,949
- Of course.
- I'm exhausted.

885
00:31:24,983 --> 00:31:27,184
- Okay.
- I'm gonna go back to the hotel

886
00:31:27,219 --> 00:31:29,186
and open a mini bottle of champagne,

887
00:31:29,221 --> 00:31:31,055
and I'm gonna celebrate your mini livers.

888
00:31:31,089 --> 00:31:32,056
[CHUCKLES]

889
00:31:32,090 --> 00:31:34,492
And then I'm gonna sleep
like I haven't in years.

890
00:31:34,526 --> 00:31:37,228
And then, tomorrow,
we can get down to business.

891
00:31:37,262 --> 00:31:38,362
Deal.

892
00:31:38,397 --> 00:31:39,497
♪ All eyes are on me now ♪

893
00:31:39,531 --> 00:31:41,966
[BREATHES DEEPLY]

894
00:31:42,000 --> 00:31:44,368
It's been almost too wonderful.

895
00:31:44,403 --> 00:31:49,306
♪ All eyes are on me now ♪

896
00:31:49,341 --> 00:31:51,175

897
00:31:51,209 --> 00:31:52,209
[MUSIC FADES]

898
00:31:52,244 --> 00:31:53,577
Was that Marie Cerone?

899
00:31:53,612 --> 00:31:54,791
Yeah, it was.

900
00:31:54,826 --> 00:31:57,525
[CHUCKLES]
- I haven't seen her in years.

901
00:31:57,559 --> 00:31:59,185
Uh [CHUCKLING] what is she doing here?

902
00:31:59,219 --> 00:32:00,918
Is she less angry?

903
00:32:00,952 --> 00:32:02,386
What do you mean angry?

904
00:32:02,421 --> 00:32:04,555
Meredith, she hated your mother.

905
00:32:04,589 --> 00:32:06,323
No, she didn't. They were best friends.
906
00:32:06,358 --> 00:32:07,491
Until they weren't.

907
00:32:07,526 --> 00:32:08,775
What do you mean? What happened?

908
00:32:08,809 --> 00:32:11,529
I heard some ugly rumors,
but I never really knew.

909
00:32:11,563 --> 00:32:14,765
NURSE: Dr. Webber?
Dr. Bailey's looking for you.

910
00:32:14,800 --> 00:32:17,401

911
00:32:17,436 --> 00:32:18,641
Uhh, land.

912
00:32:18,675 --> 00:32:20,094
- China. Wall. Great Wall of China?
- Yes!

913
00:32:20,128 --> 00:32:21,101
- Yeah!
- Yes!

914
00:32:21,135 --> 00:32:22,247
- Wow.
- Yeah.

915
00:32:22,281 --> 00:32:23,941
You got Great Wall of China
from a rectangle?

916
00:32:23,975 --> 00:32:25,409
I did. Are you gonna question
everybody's integrity,

917
00:32:25,444 --> 00:32:26,722
or just the people I'm dating?

918
00:32:26,757 --> 00:32:29,447
Hey, she questioned me...
I'm not dating you.

919
00:32:29,481 --> 00:32:32,883
[LAUGHING LOUDLY]

920
00:32:32,918 --> 00:32:34,043
You're up, Pierce.

921
00:32:34,077 --> 00:32:35,386
If you get this one, you win the game.

922
00:32:35,420 --> 00:32:37,221
- Okay.
- All right, let's go.

923
00:32:37,255 --> 00:32:39,256
- All right.
- It's a close one.

924
00:32:39,291 --> 00:32:42,026
- Ah.
- Hmm.

925
00:32:42,060 --> 00:32:43,497
Oh, no. This one's kind of hard.

926
00:32:43,532 --> 00:32:45,262
- Can I pass?
- Uh, no. You can't pass.

927
00:32:45,297 --> 00:32:47,264
You got to do it. [CLAPPING]

928
00:32:47,299 --> 00:32:48,866
- Okay.
- Mm.

929
00:32:48,900 --> 00:32:50,134
[WHISPERING] Hey, you okay?

930
00:32:50,168 --> 00:32:51,802
[WHISPERING] Can you stop asking me that?

931
00:32:51,837 --> 00:32:54,205
[PAPER RUSTLING]
932
00:32:54,239 --> 00:32:56,140
Okay, go.

933
00:32:56,174 --> 00:32:58,209
Uh... Mnh.

934
00:32:58,243 --> 00:32:59,410
CLIVE: Um.
- Mm.

935
00:32:59,444 --> 00:33:00,570
It's a person.

936
00:33:00,605 --> 00:33:02,246
Um...

937
00:33:02,280 --> 00:33:03,380
It's two people.

938
00:33:03,415 --> 00:33:05,316
Okay, they... are they...

939
00:33:05,350 --> 00:33:07,318
- Uh-huh.
- Uh.

940
00:33:07,352 --> 00:33:09,453
- [LAUGHTER]
- Are... Are they... What are they...

941
00:33:09,488 --> 00:33:11,322
Are they hug... they hugging or...

942
00:33:11,356 --> 00:33:13,624
- That ain't huggin'.
- [LAUGHTER]

943
00:33:13,658 --> 00:33:15,426
Oh, my God! Oh, my God! Aghh!

944
00:33:15,460 --> 00:33:16,794
Oh! Oh! It's the, uh...

945
00:33:16,828 --> 00:33:18,395
- the... the... the... the choking thing.
- Yep!

946
00:33:18,430 --> 00:33:19,463
- The, uh... it's, uh... the... the...
- Ee!

947
00:33:19,498 --> 00:33:20,498
...the Heimlich man...

948
00:33:20,532 --> 00:33:22,066
- Time!
- Yes!

949
00:33:22,100 --> 00:33:23,434
No! No!

950
00:33:23,468 --> 00:33:24,737
It's Heimlich <i>maneuver.</i>

951
00:33:24,771 --> 00:33:26,117
And he didn't say it.

952
00:33:26,151 --> 00:33:27,895
He didn't say it when the timer went out.

953
00:33:27,930 --> 00:33:29,507
Okay. I think he got it.
We can let that go.

954
00:33:29,541 --> 00:33:32,190
No. No, no. No. No, no, no.

955
00:33:32,225 --> 00:33:33,366
Whoa.

956
00:33:33,391 --> 00:33:35,412
No. The card says "Heimlich
<i>maneuver,"</i> guys.

957
00:33:35,447 --> 00:33:36,313
See?

958
00:33:36,348 --> 00:33:38,649
- "Heimlich maneuver."
- April.
959
00:33:38,683 --> 00:33:42,153
No, don't [LAUGHS]... don't "April" me.

960
00:33:42,187 --> 00:33:43,454
There are rules, and the rules say

961
00:33:43,488 --> 00:33:44,622
you have to finish before the timer.

962
00:33:44,656 --> 00:33:46,490
Just like the rules to charades say

963
00:33:46,525 --> 00:33:47,946
that you can't point to props.

964
00:33:47,980 --> 00:33:50,361
You know, games have rules,
or they're not worth playing.

965
00:33:50,395 --> 00:33:52,997
We can't have everything
[CHUCKLING] just be chaos.

966
00:33:53,031 --> 00:33:55,666
We can't have everything be like a void.

967
00:33:55,700 --> 00:33:57,301
You know, can we just, like, as people

968
00:33:57,335 --> 00:33:59,670
agree on a code of conduct and follow it?

969
00:33:59,704 --> 00:34:01,205
Can we do that?

970
00:34:01,239 --> 00:34:03,374
So that everything
isn't just meaningless?

971
00:34:03,408 --> 00:34:05,209
So that we're not just like
a race of carnivorous viruses

972
00:34:05,243 --> 00:34:06,771
just eating each other and being eaten
973
00:34:06,805 --> 00:34:08,145
and nothing matters?

974
00:34:08,180 --> 00:34:09,613
Please?

975
00:34:13,652 --> 00:34:16,320
[SLOW CLAPPING]

976
00:34:16,354 --> 00:34:17,454
Brava.

977
00:34:17,489 --> 00:34:19,833
What... Uh... what she said.

978
00:34:22,027 --> 00:34:23,494
[DOORBELL RINGS]

979
00:34:23,528 --> 00:34:26,030
That must be Arizona and Carina.

980
00:34:26,064 --> 00:34:28,032
I need more drinks.

981
00:34:31,169 --> 00:34:33,971
Hi? Can I help you?

982
00:34:34,005 --> 00:34:35,139
Is Clive here?

983
00:34:35,173 --> 00:34:36,246
Clive. Yes!

984
00:34:36,280 --> 00:34:38,242
Yeah, hi. I'm Maggie. I'm his girlfriend.

985
00:34:38,276 --> 00:34:40,578
Friend. I don't... Um, we haven't really

986
00:34:40,612 --> 00:34:41,812
[LAUGHING] put a label on it yet.

987
00:34:41,847 --> 00:34:43,414
Well, we have. I'm Daphne.

988
00:34:43,448 --> 00:34:45,024
I'm Clive's wife.

989
00:34:48,775 --> 00:34:51,606
- What did... You had me followed?
- I tracked your phone.

990
00:34:51,631 --> 00:34:54,065
- You track my phone!
- 'Cause I know your M.O...

991
00:34:54,100 --> 00:34:55,867
every time I have a work trip.

992
00:34:55,902 --> 00:34:57,913
Oh, my God, you're married?

993
00:34:57,938 --> 00:34:59,405
Oh, my God, I am so sorry!

994
00:34:59,439 --> 00:35:01,240
- I had no idea.
- Of course not.

995
00:35:01,275 --> 00:35:02,809
- He's an excellent liar.
- Ah, come on.

996
00:35:02,843 --> 00:35:03,843
All right, clearly this is something

997
00:35:03,877 --> 00:35:05,972
you two need to deal with,
but not in this house.

998
00:35:06,006 --> 00:35:07,099
Come on.

999
00:35:07,100 --> 00:35:08,353
- Maggie, I...
- No, no, no.

1000
00:35:08,378 --> 00:35:09,682
Forget her address and delete
her phone number.

1001
00:35:09,716 --> 00:35:11,184
Let's go.

1002
00:35:11,218 --> 00:35:12,985
[FOOTSTEPS]

1003
00:35:14,354 --> 00:35:15,584
I'm a homewrecker.

1004
00:35:15,619 --> 00:35:16,832
No, you're not a homewrecker.

1005
00:35:16,866 --> 00:35:19,525
That home was wrecked
long before you got involved.

1006
00:35:19,560 --> 00:35:20,935
We should go.

1007
00:35:22,362 --> 00:35:24,197
Well, this was fun.

1008
00:35:24,231 --> 00:35:26,499
I've never slept
with a married man before.

1009
00:35:26,533 --> 00:35:27,967
Well, you can't say that anymore.

1010
00:35:28,001 --> 00:35:31,337
Ohh. Just rules, marriage.

1011
00:35:31,371 --> 00:35:33,539
More rules that no one
pays any attention to.

1012
00:35:33,574 --> 00:35:35,441
Just sleep with whoever. [CHUCKLES]

1013
00:35:35,475 --> 00:35:37,610
You're not driving, are you?

1014
00:35:38,965 --> 00:35:41,166
Are you offering me a ride?

1015
00:35:42,516 --> 00:35:44,617
Oh. If you want one.

1016
00:35:44,651 --> 00:35:46,719
This isn't spring break, Koracick.

1017
00:35:46,753 --> 00:35:48,521
Why don't you pay attention
to your own date?

1018
00:35:48,555 --> 00:35:50,122
- April, you...
- Night!

1019
00:35:50,157 --> 00:35:53,693

1020
00:35:53,727 --> 00:35:54,984
It was lovely to meet you.

1021
00:35:55,018 --> 00:35:56,896
[DOOR CLOSES]

1022
00:35:56,930 --> 00:35:58,631
[EXHALES DEEPLY]

1023
00:35:58,665 --> 00:36:00,466
[DOOR OPENS]

1024
00:36:00,500 --> 00:36:01,868
Are you gonna be all right?

1025
00:36:03,503 --> 00:36:05,805
- You sure?
- I'm good. I'll be fine. I'm good.

1026
00:36:05,839 --> 00:36:12,011

1027
00:36:12,045 --> 00:36:13,579
[DOOR CLOSES]

1028
00:36:13,614 --> 00:36:14,847
[MUSIC ENDS]

1029
00:36:14,882 --> 00:36:15,882
[RICHARD LAUGHING]

1030
00:36:15,916 --> 00:36:17,316
BAILEY: There... There...
There goes the ball!

1031
00:36:17,351 --> 00:36:19,485
[LAUGHING]
- Oh, and there goes the ear!

1032
00:36:19,519 --> 00:36:22,755
[BOTH LAUGHING]

1033
00:36:22,789 --> 00:36:25,258
The look on Kepner's face!

1034
00:36:25,292 --> 00:36:28,094
[BOTH LAUGHING]

1035
00:36:28,128 --> 00:36:31,864
And... And...
And her father's not gonna sue?

1036
00:36:31,899 --> 00:36:34,166
- No, no, no. He hugged Pierce.
- Oh, my God.

1037
00:36:34,201 --> 00:36:36,402
[BOTH LAUGHING]

1038
00:36:36,436 --> 00:36:38,471
- No, play it again.
- [BOTH LAUGHING]

1039
00:36:38,505 --> 00:36:39,906
<i>Unlike the laws of science,</i>

1040
00:36:39,940 --> 00:36:41,978
<i>the rules of life aren't always clear.</i>

1041
00:36:42,006 --> 00:36:43,440
- [EXHALES SHARPLY]
- Hey.
1042
00:36:43,465 --> 00:36:47,125
Oh. Hey. I'm heading
to game night at my house.

1043
00:36:47,126 --> 00:36:49,527
I know you hate games,
but you want to come?

1044
00:36:49,562 --> 00:36:51,096
Uh, no. [CHUCKLES]

1045
00:36:51,130 --> 00:36:52,998
But thank you for helping me
with that kid today.

1046
00:36:53,032 --> 00:36:54,120
Yeah, of course.

1047
00:36:54,154 --> 00:36:55,846
- He was an idiot.
- Yeah.

1048
00:36:55,881 --> 00:36:58,821
- And I think I am, too.
- What?

1049
00:36:58,822 --> 00:37:00,856
That kid was rambling about, you know,

1050
00:37:00,891 --> 00:37:03,459
things he hadn't said, and...

1051
00:37:03,493 --> 00:37:04,994
I was thinking about you.

1052
00:37:05,028 --> 00:37:06,423
And about how great you've been.

1053
00:37:06,458 --> 00:37:09,165
About how easy you made...
just... everything.

1054
00:37:09,199 --> 00:37:12,168
And I'm grateful. I'm grateful for you.
1055
00:37:15,605 --> 00:37:18,874
Grateful enough to give me sex?

1056
00:37:18,909 --> 00:37:20,543
What?

1057
00:37:20,577 --> 00:37:22,545
I'm sorry. I just, um...

1058
00:37:22,579 --> 00:37:23,879
I miss sex.

1059
00:37:23,914 --> 00:37:25,815
I mean, not the complication

1060
00:37:25,849 --> 00:37:29,185
or the absurdities of romance
or our crazy tumor marriage.

1061
00:37:29,219 --> 00:37:30,886
Just the act.

1062
00:37:30,921 --> 00:37:33,556
And there are other options, but
they are less appealing options.

1063
00:37:33,590 --> 00:37:35,891
And maybe it's just that
I know how good we are at it.

1064
00:37:35,926 --> 00:37:38,427
Or maybe 'cause your whole
military doctor thing

1065
00:37:38,462 --> 00:37:40,396
was so damn hot today!

1066
00:37:40,430 --> 00:37:42,012
But, uh...

1067
00:37:43,200 --> 00:37:44,200
Sorry.

1068
00:37:44,234 --> 00:37:45,835
God. Sorry.
1069
00:37:45,869 --> 00:37:48,404
Uh, I-I don't want you to feel used.

1070
00:37:48,438 --> 00:37:50,739
- I-I...
- Amelia. [SIGHS]

1071
00:37:54,978 --> 00:37:58,247
I want you to use me
in every way you can think of.

1072
00:37:58,281 --> 00:38:00,749
- ♪ Legendary
- [PURSE THUMPS]

1073
00:38:00,784 --> 00:38:02,852
♪ Whoa-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪

1074
00:38:02,886 --> 00:38:04,787
♪ Whoa-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪

1075
00:38:04,821 --> 00:38:06,789
♪ Whoa-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪

1076
00:38:06,823 --> 00:38:07,957
♪ Whoa-oh, oh-oh-oh ♪

1077
00:38:07,991 --> 00:38:09,225
♪ Legendary ♪

1078
00:38:09,259 --> 00:38:11,227
- ♪ Whoa-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
- Lie down.

1079
00:38:11,261 --> 00:38:13,129
[LAUGHS]
- Okay.

1080
00:38:13,163 --> 00:38:14,730
- ♪ Whoa-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
- All right.

1081
00:38:14,764 --> 00:38:16,932
- ♪ Whoa-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
<i>- Some rules are unwritten.</i>
1082
00:38:16,967 --> 00:38:17,800
♪ Steady on my grind ♪

1083
00:38:17,834 --> 00:38:20,736
♪ Ain't got no time for playing games ♪

1084
00:38:20,770 --> 00:38:21,937
♪ Money on my mind ♪

1085
00:38:21,972 --> 00:38:24,640
♪ Kicking ass and taking names ♪

1086
00:38:24,674 --> 00:38:26,742
♪ The heat is on, get out the kitchen ♪

1087
00:38:26,776 --> 00:38:28,444
♪ If you can't handle the flames ♪

1088
00:38:28,478 --> 00:38:29,478
♪ I'm hustling ♪

1089
00:38:29,513 --> 00:38:30,546
♪ I was born to win ♪

1090
00:38:30,580 --> 00:38:32,414
♪ I ain't never gonna change ♪

1091
00:38:32,449 --> 00:38:33,582
♪ Yeah ♪

1092
00:38:33,617 --> 00:38:35,417
♪ Lemme tell me now ♪

1093
00:38:35,452 --> 00:38:37,386
♪ I don't know how ♪

1094
00:38:37,420 --> 00:38:40,089
♪ But the whole world's
gonna know my name, yeah ♪

1095
00:38:40,123 --> 00:38:41,123
Ughh!

1096
00:38:41,158 --> 00:38:42,324
- Ughh!
- ♪ Just wait and see

1097
00:38:42,359 --> 00:38:43,459
- [LAUGHS]
- ♪ Oh

1098
00:38:43,493 --> 00:38:45,161
♪ They gonna talk about me No! ♪

1099
00:38:45,195 --> 00:38:46,562
♪ Things ain't never gonna be the same ♪

1100
00:38:46,596 --> 00:38:48,264
<i>Some rules are open to interpretation.</i>

1101
00:38:48,298 --> 00:38:50,099
- ♪ Are you ready?
- [DOORBELL RINGS]

1102
00:38:50,133 --> 00:38:52,434
♪ Are you ready? ♪

1103
00:38:52,469 --> 00:38:56,105
♪ Better make way
'cause I'm coming through ♪

1104
00:38:56,139 --> 00:38:57,973
♪ Are you ready? ♪

1105
00:38:58,008 --> 00:39:00,142
♪ Are you ready? ♪

1106
00:39:00,177 --> 00:39:04,413
♪ Better make way
'cause I'm coming through ♪

1107
00:39:04,447 --> 00:39:06,015
♪ Make way ♪

1108
00:39:06,049 --> 00:39:07,917
♪ Make way ♪

1109
00:39:07,951 --> 00:39:12,154
♪ Make way, 'cause I'm coming through ♪
1110
00:39:12,189 --> 00:39:13,956
♪ Make way ♪

1111
00:39:13,990 --> 00:39:16,258
♪ Make way ♪

1112
00:39:16,293 --> 00:39:17,693
- ♪ Make way, 'cause I'm coming through ♪
- [KNOCK ON DOOR]

1113
00:39:17,727 --> 00:39:20,963
Oh, my God, take the hint!

1114
00:39:20,997 --> 00:39:22,331
♪ Whoa-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪

1115
00:39:22,365 --> 00:39:23,632
Oh!

1116
00:39:23,667 --> 00:39:25,968
Jackson, what are you...

1117
00:39:26,002 --> 00:39:27,102
uh, what are you doing here?

1118
00:39:27,137 --> 00:39:28,637
I, uh, just took Priya home

1119
00:39:28,672 --> 00:39:32,141
and... told her we couldn't
see each other anymore.

1120
00:39:32,175 --> 00:39:33,509
♪ Whoa-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh ♪

1121
00:39:33,543 --> 00:39:35,511
What? What happened? Why?

1122
00:39:35,545 --> 00:39:37,446
- She was so perfect.
- Yeah, she was.

1123
00:39:37,480 --> 00:39:40,049
But, um, all the time I'm with her,
1124
00:39:40,083 --> 00:39:42,051
- I am thinking about you.
- ♪ Money on my mind

1125
00:39:42,085 --> 00:39:44,119
♪ Kicking ass and taking names ♪

1126
00:39:44,154 --> 00:39:45,387
♪ The heat is on, get out the kitchen ♪

1127
00:39:45,422 --> 00:39:47,790
Which isn't really fair to her.

1128
00:39:47,824 --> 00:39:50,459
And I know what you're gonna say.

1129
00:39:50,493 --> 00:39:53,362
I know you think it's
complicated, Maggie, but...

1130
00:39:53,396 --> 00:39:55,497
relationships have complications.

1131
00:39:55,532 --> 00:39:57,866
I mean, you can get hurt in the game,

1132
00:39:57,901 --> 00:40:00,336
you can get hurt on the sidelines.

1133
00:40:00,370 --> 00:40:01,670
Hell, you can get hurt

1134
00:40:01,705 --> 00:40:03,505
'cause people [CHUCKLING]
are secretly married.

1135
00:40:03,540 --> 00:40:04,840
♪ They gonna talk about me ♪

1136
00:40:04,874 --> 00:40:06,875
♪ Thing's ain't never gonna be the same ♪

1137
00:40:06,910 --> 00:40:08,210
How about I take you on a proper date?
1138
00:40:08,245 --> 00:40:09,345
♪ Are you ready? ♪

1139
00:40:09,379 --> 00:40:10,512
♪ Are you ready? ♪

1140
00:40:10,547 --> 00:40:13,882
Hm? Go to that Italian place
that you won't shut up about.

1141
00:40:13,917 --> 00:40:16,670
Maybe we could have some wine...

1142
00:40:16,704 --> 00:40:17,886
a lot of wine.

1143
00:40:17,921 --> 00:40:19,054
♪ Make way 'cause I'm coming through ♪

1144
00:40:19,089 --> 00:40:21,724
And we could order dessert

1145
00:40:21,758 --> 00:40:24,026
even though we're both full
just so we could share.

1146
00:40:24,060 --> 00:40:25,694
♪ Just wait and see, wait and see ♪

1147
00:40:25,729 --> 00:40:26,929
I can get you home...

1148
00:40:26,963 --> 00:40:27,896
♪ They gonna talk about me ♪

1149
00:40:27,931 --> 00:40:29,198
♪ Just wait and see ♪

1150
00:40:29,232 --> 00:40:30,432
...walk you up onto the porch...

1151
00:40:30,467 --> 00:40:32,534
♪ I'm gonna be very legendary ♪
1152
00:40:32,569 --> 00:40:34,903
...open the door.

1153
00:40:34,938 --> 00:40:36,438
♪ Make way for me ♪

1154
00:40:36,473 --> 00:40:38,440
♪ Make way for me ♪

1155
00:40:38,475 --> 00:40:40,743
♪ You know I'm gonna be ♪

1156
00:40:40,777 --> 00:40:42,778
♪ Legendary ♪

1157
00:40:42,812 --> 00:40:44,713
♪ Make way for me ♪

1158
00:40:44,748 --> 00:40:46,382
♪ Make way for me ♪

1159
00:40:46,416 --> 00:40:48,584
♪ You know I'm gonna be ♪

1160
00:40:48,618 --> 00:40:50,019
♪ Legendary ♪

1161
00:40:50,053 --> 00:40:51,220
♪ Are you ready? ♪

1162
00:40:51,254 --> 00:40:52,588
♪ Make way for me ♪

1163
00:40:52,622 --> 00:40:54,123
♪ Make way for me ♪

1164
00:40:54,157 --> 00:40:56,925
♪ Better make way
'cause I'm coming through ♪

1165
00:40:56,960 --> 00:40:58,761
♪ Legendary ♪

1166
00:40:58,795 --> 00:41:00,095
Maggie! Oh, good.

1167
00:41:00,130 --> 00:41:01,597
I need the journals!

1168
00:41:01,631 --> 00:41:03,032
My mom's journals.

1169
00:41:03,066 --> 00:41:04,367
- What, Meredith?
- Our mom's journals.

1170
00:41:04,401 --> 00:41:06,035
I need the journals.
You have to help me find them!

1171
00:41:06,069 --> 00:41:07,069
Please!

1172
00:41:07,103 --> 00:41:08,937
[MUSIC ENDS]

1173
00:41:08,972 --> 00:41:12,708
[SIGHS] I'll...
I'll give you a call, then.

1174
00:41:12,742 --> 00:41:15,110
Okay. Okay.

1175
00:41:15,145 --> 00:41:16,979
Okay, then.

1176
00:41:17,013 --> 00:41:19,782
Okay.

1177
00:41:27,490 --> 00:41:29,658
<i>And just when we think we have
a handle on the rules...</i>

1178
00:41:29,693 --> 00:41:31,894
- [LAUGHS]
- [DOOR SHUTS]

1179
00:41:31,928 --> 00:41:33,762
<i>...something comes along...</i>
1180
00:41:33,797 --> 00:41:39,668

1181
00:41:39,703 --> 00:41:41,070
What's going on? Are you okay?

1182
00:41:41,104 --> 00:41:42,104
No. I'm not okay.

1183
00:41:42,138 --> 00:41:44,239
I showed her the mouse.
I gave her my method.

1184
00:41:44,274 --> 00:41:46,108
I gave everything I had.

1185
00:41:46,142 --> 00:41:48,243
[SIGHS] I got played.

1186
00:41:48,278 --> 00:41:50,079

1187
00:41:50,113 --> 00:41:52,114
[SIGHS] What are we doing?

1188
00:41:52,148 --> 00:41:54,016
Start with these.
We're looking for Marie Cerone.

1189
00:41:54,050 --> 00:41:55,451
"MC."

1190
00:41:55,485 --> 00:41:57,152
'82.

1191
00:41:57,187 --> 00:41:58,954
<i>...that totally changes the game.</i>

1192
00:41:58,988 --> 00:42:00,622
They're all dated...

1193
00:42:00,657 --> 00:42:01,946

1194
00:42:01,971 --> 00:42:09,960
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