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Dying changes everything.
There's the emotional fallout, sure.
But there's also the practical stuff.
Who's going to do your job?
Who's going to take care of your family?
The only good thing for you is,
you don't have to worry about it.
People you never knew will be living in your house,
working your job.
The world just keeps on going...
Steph, I need a favor.
I'll do your scut for a week--
two weeks-- and before you say no,
I just want to say that you look really pretty today.
And you're the most talented intern in our class,
and I'm in no way trying to butter you up.
- So you don't say no. - No.
You don't even know what I'm asking you yet.
Yes, I do. I'm not going anywhere near Medusa for you.
I want to live so I will say it again--no.
Nothing to be scared of.
She's just an attending.
We only call her Medusa because--
Because she's a monster of mythic proportions.
What's the problem?
I have these labs for Dr. Grey.
Well, then give them to her.
I've been waiting for those for over an hour.
I had to do an admission--
Stop making excuses.
His lactic acid is normal. What does that tell us?
You can talk now.
That he's probably not septic,
so he's gonna be fine.
Although his white cell count is elevated
so I should probably keep an eye on that.
In fact, I will keep an eye on that so that he doesn't go--
Go to the pit and try not to kill anybody.
I would've expected that level of intimidation from Yang maybe.
How is Yang, by the way? Does she like Minnesota?
She loves it.
And that was before I realized...
-Dr. Parker. -That there was a tumor in there.
I mean, we had spent, uh, three hours
trying to deal with the valve--
-帕克醫生 -啊 楊醫生
- Dr. Parker. - Oh, Dr. Yang.
You've gotta hear about this case Dr. Thomas had--
must be what, ten years ago?
Um, I looked at the Oberman baby's scans.
Uh, I know we discussed doing a thoracotomy,
But I think a V.A.T.S. makes more sense.
But let Dr. Thomas tell you about this story first.
You're not gonna believe your ears.
How about I scrub in with you
and then I can tell you the whole story?
When's your surgery?
唉 那不行 我11點有個搭橋術
Oh, that won't work. I have a bypass at 11:00.
Why don't you move your surgery back
and then I can join you?
Uh, that's really not necessary.
And then you will be able to, uh, watch my 11:00.
It's a port-cabg. Have you ever seen one?
I've done one. Three in fact.
Well, then you'll appreciate my approach.
It's even better.
Well, wait a minute. Where are you going?
My ambulance isn't here yet.
I can start the story now.
The patient was 66.
Although I suppose I should start
when I first met the man.
Just wanted to let you know, we're all set for tonight.
Unless you had some questions or concerns.
How often should her calcium levels be monitored?
Every 12 hours.
And what's the primary cause of hypocalcemia
after parathyroid surgery?
Are you telling me not one of you knows that--
Hungry bone syndrome...
where calcium and phosphorus are rapidly deposited into the bone.
You're not supposed to be here.
Got a last-minute flight.
Couldn't pass it up.
- You aren't on call tonight? - Not anymore.
I switched shifts.
What's your turnaround this time?
12 hours. And I plan to make use of every single one.
Mm. I don't want you to go.
Listen... I wish I could put off Hopkins
so you and I could spend more time together,
but I've already postponed them once.
Mm. I know, but it doesn't mean I have to like it.
I really hate good-byes.
Well, you'll like this one.
Okay, what did I say about the staring?
I'm fine, and even if I weren't,
staring at me wouldn't make me more fine.
I'm sorry, Dr. Torres.
Really, Avery? You too?
不 不是盯着 絕對不是
No, not staring. Uh, definitely not.
Okay, what do we got?
Hey, you tell me.
Looks like a transverse process fracture
at L-3, L-4, but see this swelling?
I can't tell if it's unstable or not.
It's unstable for sure.
Book an O.R., we need to get in there
and relieve the pressure as soon as possible.
As in you and me?
It's no big deal.
Actually, it is. It's...it's...
It's a very big deal.
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