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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:04,371 --> 00:00:07,975 An isobar is a line of equal barometric pressures. 2 00:00:08,109 --> 00:00:10,011 Not to be confused with an isotach, 3 00:00:10,144 --> 00:00:11,279 which is a line of equal wind speeds, 4 00:00:11,411 --> 00:00:13,547 or an isodrosotherm, 5 00:00:13,680 --> 00:00:18,052 which is a line of equal dew point temperatures. 6 00:00:18,186 --> 00:00:21,354 And now that you have swallowed excess air, you need-- 7 00:00:23,590 --> 00:00:24,791 Very good. 8 00:00:27,494 --> 00:00:30,932 His poop was orange brown, which is expected, 9 00:00:31,065 --> 00:00:32,934 given his iron supplement. 10 00:00:35,769 --> 00:00:39,006 He is changed, fed, and burped. 11 00:00:39,140 --> 00:00:43,110 Mmm. Best dad ever. 12 00:00:52,220 --> 00:00:54,088 I think it worked. 13 00:00:54,222 --> 00:00:55,890 Jazz is soothing, 14 00:00:56,023 --> 00:00:58,326 and kind of sexy at the same time. 15 00:01:02,997 --> 00:01:05,465 You know, since we got back together, we haven't... 16 00:01:05,599 --> 00:01:06,901 Had sex? 17 00:01:08,069 --> 00:01:09,337 It's been almost two months. 18 00:01:11,806 --> 00:01:13,341 We have a good excuse. 19 00:01:16,277 --> 00:01:18,980 People with kids have sex, right? 20 00:01:21,949 --> 00:01:24,417 You want to? 21 00:01:38,866 --> 00:01:39,867 Oh. 22 00:01:46,439 --> 00:01:48,109 Maybe we should go somewhere else. 23 00:01:48,242 --> 00:01:49,944 Yeah. 24 00:01:50,077 --> 00:01:52,113 Ah, but later. 25 00:01:52,246 --> 00:01:53,814 We have to get ready for work. 26 00:01:57,550 --> 00:01:59,452 You want the head trauma or the rebar through the shoulder? 27 00:01:59,586 --> 00:02:01,554 Rebar. It will be much more exciting. 28 00:02:01,688 --> 00:02:02,924 In that case, Dom, you're with me on-- 29 00:02:03,057 --> 00:02:04,392 No, Dom is with me. 30 00:02:08,229 --> 00:02:09,397 Welcome to Team Park. 31 00:02:17,071 --> 00:02:18,072 Mom? 32 00:02:20,074 --> 00:02:21,608 Hey, Audie. 33 00:02:21,741 --> 00:02:23,710 Well, what are you doing here? Are you okay? 34 00:02:23,844 --> 00:02:26,513 Oh, I'm great. I'm just here for a drug trial, 35 00:02:26,646 --> 00:02:29,749 for my hyperthyroid. I... For two weeks, 36 00:02:29,884 --> 00:02:32,286 I am making $5,500. 37 00:02:32,420 --> 00:02:33,787 Why didn't you tell me you were coming? 38 00:02:33,921 --> 00:02:37,457 I just... I figured I would call you once I settled in. 39 00:02:38,259 --> 00:02:39,592 I found a cute hotel 40 00:02:39,726 --> 00:02:41,561 with a microwave and a mini fridge and-- 41 00:02:41,695 --> 00:02:43,397 Mom, you are not staying at a hotel. 42 00:02:43,530 --> 00:02:46,533 Mmm, you and Clay need your privacy. 43 00:02:46,666 --> 00:02:48,302 Clay is in Chicago doing a fellowship, 44 00:02:48,436 --> 00:02:49,636 and he'll be gone for another month, 45 00:02:49,769 --> 00:02:52,539 which you would have known if you had called me. 46 00:02:52,672 --> 00:02:55,076 Cancel the hotel. 47 00:02:55,209 --> 00:02:59,413 I have a microwave and a maxi fridge. 48 00:02:59,546 --> 00:03:00,747 Yeah, I know. I'm on my way. 49 00:03:05,019 --> 00:03:06,420 Cameron Howard, 38, 50 00:03:06,553 --> 00:03:07,554 drove his car through the back of his garage. 51 00:03:07,687 --> 00:03:08,823 BP is stable. 52 00:03:08,956 --> 00:03:10,825 Stat trauma panel labs and an E-FAST. 53 00:03:10,958 --> 00:03:13,227 -Whose garage? -Our garage, Cam. 54 00:03:13,361 --> 00:03:15,029 He just, you know, forgot which was the gas 55 00:03:15,162 --> 00:03:16,763 and which was the brake. 56 00:03:16,897 --> 00:03:19,066 And also that he's not supposed to drive. 57 00:03:19,200 --> 00:03:20,368 Who said I'm not supposed to drive? 58 00:03:20,500 --> 00:03:22,203 Your doctor. 59 00:03:22,336 --> 00:03:24,472 He's been diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer's. 60 00:03:25,672 --> 00:03:28,476 At 38? That is so young. 61 00:03:35,383 --> 00:03:36,884 He's tachycardic and hypotensive. 62 00:03:37,018 --> 00:03:39,220 -He is in hemorrhagic shock. -What? 63 00:03:39,353 --> 00:03:41,322 Pushing a 500cc bolus. 64 00:03:42,323 --> 00:03:43,723 Call the OR. We're on our way. 65 00:03:47,294 --> 00:03:49,397 John Doe, scalp abrasions, 66 00:03:49,529 --> 00:03:51,832 possible head trauma and drug overdose. 67 00:03:51,966 --> 00:03:53,767 His name is Nathan Speed. I know him from my church. 68 00:03:59,639 --> 00:04:01,909 No deep lacerations or skull or c-spine step offs. 69 00:04:02,043 --> 00:04:03,244 Body is limp, shallow breathing, 70 00:04:03,377 --> 00:04:05,413 old track marks, 71 00:04:05,545 --> 00:04:07,214 constricted pupils. What'd you take? 72 00:04:07,348 --> 00:04:09,417 S-S-S-- 73 00:04:09,549 --> 00:04:11,018 Slurred speech. Could be an opioid overdose. 74 00:04:11,152 --> 00:04:13,686 I need 8 milligrams naloxone and a urine tox screen. 75 00:04:13,821 --> 00:04:16,424 He's tachycardic and warm. Doesn't correlate with an OD. 76 00:04:19,493 --> 00:04:20,895 This looks more like a stroke. 77 00:04:21,028 --> 00:04:23,097 His respiratory rate is fast. 78 00:04:23,730 --> 00:04:24,697 And he has a port. 79 00:04:26,801 --> 00:04:30,004 Si-Sick. 80 00:04:30,137 --> 00:04:32,139 Sick. Sick. 81 00:04:32,273 --> 00:04:34,442 Those aren't track marks. They're blown veins 82 00:04:34,574 --> 00:04:35,910 from IV placements. It's not an OD. 83 00:04:36,043 --> 00:04:37,545 Nathan has sickle cell disease, and he's in a crisis. 84 00:04:39,013 --> 00:04:40,448 Push IV fluids and morphine for pain. 85 00:04:40,580 --> 00:04:42,116 Check a CBC and hemoglobin S. 86 00:05:22,323 --> 00:05:24,492 You have an amazing voice. 87 00:05:24,624 --> 00:05:26,994 -So do you, Dr. Allen. -Thank you. 88 00:05:27,128 --> 00:05:29,696 Seems like you're feeling a little better today. 89 00:05:29,830 --> 00:05:33,633 And you remembered how much I love that song. 90 00:05:33,766 --> 00:05:36,170 We've missed you in choir for the past couple months. 91 00:05:36,303 --> 00:05:38,172 Mmm. I had another crisis, 92 00:05:38,305 --> 00:05:39,807 ended up in a different hospital, 93 00:05:39,940 --> 00:05:42,610 and it took me days to convince the docs I wasn't an addict. 94 00:05:44,278 --> 00:05:45,446 But you know, it seems like God decided 95 00:05:45,579 --> 00:05:47,014 I was due for an upgrade this time around. 96 00:05:48,748 --> 00:05:50,650 That's an excellent compliment. 97 00:05:50,783 --> 00:05:52,386 I think you're flirting, which is fine, 98 00:05:52,520 --> 00:05:54,455 because I think she likes you. 99 00:05:54,588 --> 00:05:56,590 You know, I think so, too. But how come she turned me down 100 00:05:56,723 --> 00:05:57,625 when I asked her out a few months back? 101 00:05:58,259 --> 00:05:59,994 Bad timing. 102 00:06:00,127 --> 00:06:02,229 Is it still bad timing? You haven't mentioned a boyfriend. 103 00:06:02,963 --> 00:06:03,964 Oh, that's good to know. 104 00:06:04,098 --> 00:06:06,467 Charlie, Mr. Speed is our patient. 105 00:06:06,600 --> 00:06:08,002 Let's keep it professional. 106 00:06:10,271 --> 00:06:12,640 At least until he's discharged later today. 107 00:06:28,622 --> 00:06:31,292 Balloon catheter in position. 108 00:06:31,425 --> 00:06:33,527 How is fatherhood treating you? 109 00:06:33,661 --> 00:06:36,564 Steve is very good. 110 00:06:36,696 --> 00:06:40,367 Lea and I are exchanging 42 words per day on average. 111 00:06:43,604 --> 00:06:45,406 Jerome's been in Sydney for the last 10 days 112 00:06:45,539 --> 00:06:47,041 for a nursing course. 113 00:06:47,174 --> 00:06:49,009 I've called him like three times. 114 00:06:49,143 --> 00:06:50,678 All I've gotten back are like two one-word texts 115 00:06:50,811 --> 00:06:51,679 and a thumbs up. 116 00:06:54,048 --> 00:06:57,585 And Carter Nix, that cute pedes nurse, is there. 117 00:07:00,554 --> 00:07:03,891 Okay, let's remove the rebar. 118 00:07:04,024 --> 00:07:06,260 Set up a FaceTime date with him. 119 00:07:06,393 --> 00:07:07,695 Last year I played for Cal, 120 00:07:07,828 --> 00:07:09,330 my girlfriend got a job in Zurich. 121 00:07:09,463 --> 00:07:12,199 Had to schedule our phone calls like doctor's appointments, 122 00:07:12,333 --> 00:07:15,035 but it was the only thing that kept us going. 123 00:07:15,169 --> 00:07:17,671 Mmm! How long have you been together? 124 00:07:17,805 --> 00:07:20,074 We aren't anymore. She cheated on me. 125 00:07:26,847 --> 00:07:27,715 Oh. 126 00:07:29,817 --> 00:07:30,750 He tried to get out of bed and fell. 127 00:07:30,884 --> 00:07:33,753 Nathan, are you in any pain? 128 00:07:33,887 --> 00:07:35,788 The transfusions didn't work. He's in crisis. 129 00:07:35,923 --> 00:07:37,324 Get him subcutaneous tinzaparin. 130 00:07:37,458 --> 00:07:39,293 - I-I can't hear out of this ear. 131 00:07:39,426 --> 00:07:40,694 That's not from his sickle cell. 132 00:07:40,828 --> 00:07:42,263 He needs a brain MRI and audiogram. 133 00:07:49,737 --> 00:07:52,539 You okay, Nathan? 134 00:07:52,673 --> 00:07:55,476 Yeah, um, I'm just going to close my eyes and think of where I'mma take you to dinner 135 00:07:55,609 --> 00:07:56,810 when all this is over. 136 00:07:56,944 --> 00:07:58,946 Aw, he's so romantic. 137 00:07:59,079 --> 00:08:00,481 Are you going to go out with him? 138 00:08:00,614 --> 00:08:01,949 You have to go out with him. 139 00:08:02,082 --> 00:08:04,852 So when you said you "knew him from church"? 140 00:08:04,985 --> 00:08:06,687 Moving on to the next imaging sequence. 141 00:08:06,820 --> 00:08:08,255 -Okay. -Okay. 142 00:08:08,389 --> 00:08:09,757 He asked her out. She said no. 143 00:08:09,890 --> 00:08:10,958 I think it's because of another guy, 144 00:08:11,091 --> 00:08:12,626 but he's still interested, and so is she. 145 00:08:12,760 --> 00:08:14,361 Makes sense. 146 00:08:14,495 --> 00:08:16,130 He does seem to tick your boxes. 147 00:08:16,263 --> 00:08:18,299 T2 axial images are ready to be viewed. 148 00:08:18,432 --> 00:08:19,833 By that, you're saying he's smart, 149 00:08:19,967 --> 00:08:21,535 educated, talented, funny-- 150 00:08:21,669 --> 00:08:23,304 He needs you. 151 00:08:23,437 --> 00:08:24,438 What's that supposed to mean? 152 00:08:25,773 --> 00:08:26,974 Is that normal? 153 00:08:39,153 --> 00:08:41,355 I got your text. 154 00:08:41,488 --> 00:08:43,257 Not sure I have time for lunch. 155 00:08:46,260 --> 00:08:47,494 How about a snack? 156 00:08:49,596 --> 00:08:50,998 I love snacks. 157 00:08:52,232 --> 00:08:54,368 Yeah? 158 00:08:56,503 --> 00:08:59,173 -This is going to be so hot. -So hot. 159 00:09:03,477 --> 00:09:04,478 Morgan? 160 00:09:04,611 --> 00:09:05,713 Uh, just a second! 161 00:09:12,953 --> 00:09:13,987 Hi. 162 00:09:14,121 --> 00:09:15,322 Why didn't you tell me my mother 163 00:09:15,456 --> 00:09:16,924 was in one of your clinical trials? 164 00:09:17,057 --> 00:09:18,859 Eileen Lim? 165 00:09:18,992 --> 00:09:21,362 I didn't know she was your mother. She never mentioned it. 166 00:09:21,495 --> 00:09:23,197 -She was accepted into the trial? -Mmm-hmm. 167 00:09:23,330 --> 00:09:26,033 Which means no significant underlying health issues? 168 00:09:26,166 --> 00:09:28,068 I can't tell you that, but solid deduction. 169 00:09:30,104 --> 00:09:31,905 I need you for a surgical consult. 170 00:09:32,039 --> 00:09:33,440 And you missed a button. 171 00:09:38,679 --> 00:09:41,048 What about the third floor supply closet? That's new. 172 00:09:41,181 --> 00:09:42,851 Sexy. I'll text you a time for tomorrow. 173 00:09:49,223 --> 00:09:51,826 And there was surprisingly little muscle damage. 174 00:09:51,959 --> 00:09:53,160 With physiotherapy, 175 00:09:53,293 --> 00:09:55,362 he should make a complete recovery. 176 00:09:55,496 --> 00:09:57,698 Physically. 177 00:09:57,832 --> 00:09:59,933 Your husband is on all of the recommended meds 178 00:10:00,067 --> 00:10:02,002 for Alzheimer's. 179 00:10:02,136 --> 00:10:03,570 I'm afraid to say there's nothing more we can do. 180 00:10:07,141 --> 00:10:10,411 God. Three months ago, he was nothing like this, 181 00:10:10,544 --> 00:10:13,914 just a bit forgetful. 182 00:10:14,047 --> 00:10:18,485 Now, I mean, there are moments still. 183 00:10:18,619 --> 00:10:21,588 But then he slips back into the fog. 184 00:10:23,690 --> 00:10:24,925 I miss him. 185 00:10:29,763 --> 00:10:32,132 And it just breaks my heart to know how much he will miss. 186 00:10:36,370 --> 00:10:37,971 I'm pregnant. 187 00:10:44,244 --> 00:10:46,246 Cam's Alzheimer's is so atypical, given his age 188 00:10:46,380 --> 00:10:47,882 and the rate he's declining, I just think it's worth 189 00:10:48,015 --> 00:10:49,316 reconsidering all treatment options. 190 00:10:49,450 --> 00:10:50,919 There are no viable treatment options, 191 00:10:51,051 --> 00:10:52,486 so it is not worth reconsidering. 192 00:10:52,619 --> 00:10:54,955 How about vagus nerve stimulation? 193 00:10:55,088 --> 00:10:57,124 -Nice. -It hasn't been tested for early onset cases. 194 00:10:57,257 --> 00:10:58,959 -Not viable. -Focused ultrasound. 195 00:10:59,092 --> 00:11:00,761 That may stabilize the plaque burden, 196 00:11:00,895 --> 00:11:02,629 but would not improve clinical symptoms. 197 00:11:02,763 --> 00:11:04,631 -Not viable. -Deep brain stimulation. 198 00:11:04,765 --> 00:11:06,033 I did some homework. 199 00:11:06,166 --> 00:11:07,768 Highly invasive with limited efficacy. 200 00:11:07,902 --> 00:11:10,337 -Not viable. -What about non-invasive 201 00:11:10,471 --> 00:11:13,540 deep brain stimulation, using temporal interference? 202 00:11:13,674 --> 00:11:16,945 Stimulating the hippocampus could improve episodic memory. 203 00:11:17,077 --> 00:11:18,345 So...viable? 204 00:11:19,746 --> 00:11:20,949 Yes. 205 00:11:23,450 --> 00:11:26,186 Alright. Nice. 206 00:11:26,320 --> 00:11:27,822 You have benign tumors near your brain stem 207 00:11:27,956 --> 00:11:30,023 called vestibular schwannomas. 208 00:11:30,157 --> 00:11:33,026 The one on your right is very large, 209 00:11:33,160 --> 00:11:34,963 causing the imbalance and hearing loss. 210 00:11:36,096 --> 00:11:37,798 Benign is good, though, right? 211 00:11:40,100 --> 00:11:41,870 They're growing. 212 00:11:42,002 --> 00:11:44,238 If left untreated, eventually, they will kill you. 213 00:11:46,306 --> 00:11:48,977 We recommend surgical removal of both. 214 00:11:50,677 --> 00:11:51,980 Surgery will be complicated 215 00:11:52,112 --> 00:11:53,982 because of your recent sickle cell crisis. 216 00:11:56,583 --> 00:12:00,989 And removing the tumors risks complete hearing loss. 217 00:12:36,156 --> 00:12:39,726 If I can't hear, I can't sing. 218 00:12:39,861 --> 00:12:41,795 That's not living. 219 00:12:44,331 --> 00:12:46,034 I'll take my chances. 220 00:13:09,256 --> 00:13:10,490 Okay. 221 00:13:51,298 --> 00:13:52,733 Good morning. 222 00:13:53,533 --> 00:13:55,003 Denver omelet. 223 00:13:55,135 --> 00:13:57,437 Home fries, extra crispy. Your favorite. 224 00:13:57,571 --> 00:14:00,340 When I was 13 and burning 2,400 calories a day. 225 00:14:05,445 --> 00:14:07,147 What are you doing here, Mom? Really? 226 00:14:08,248 --> 00:14:09,316 I told you. 227 00:14:10,818 --> 00:14:13,087 There is a website that lists all the drug trials 228 00:14:13,220 --> 00:14:16,090 currently running, including one for hyperthyroidism 229 00:14:16,223 --> 00:14:17,925 that is 10 miles from your house 230 00:14:18,059 --> 00:14:20,895 and pays $500 more than we do. 231 00:14:21,029 --> 00:14:22,229 But that one doesn't come with a visit 232 00:14:22,362 --> 00:14:24,132 to my high-powered doctor daughter. 233 00:14:26,266 --> 00:14:27,001 If there's something going on with you, 234 00:14:27,135 --> 00:14:28,702 I just wish you'd tell me. 235 00:14:31,005 --> 00:14:33,340 I'm here because I am worried about you. 236 00:14:33,473 --> 00:14:36,309 -I'm fine. -You always say you're fine, 237 00:14:36,443 --> 00:14:39,013 whether you're in a wheelchair or you're in the middle of a pandemic 238 00:14:39,147 --> 00:14:41,214 or recovering from PTSD-- 239 00:14:41,348 --> 00:14:43,216 Mom, I told you I didn't want to see anyone-- 240 00:14:43,350 --> 00:14:45,719 I know, and I respected your wishes. 241 00:14:45,853 --> 00:14:47,554 But then I call you, and you rush me off the phone, 242 00:14:47,688 --> 00:14:49,023 or you say you're going to call me back, 243 00:14:49,157 --> 00:14:50,524 and you don't. 244 00:14:50,657 --> 00:14:52,726 -You always deflect. -I'm not deflecting, 245 00:14:52,860 --> 00:14:54,695 -I'm working. -Of course, especially 246 00:14:54,829 --> 00:14:56,663 now that you're hospital co-president 247 00:14:56,797 --> 00:14:58,900 as well as chief of surgery. 248 00:14:59,033 --> 00:15:01,869 I mean, it's a lot, but I'm handling it. 249 00:15:02,003 --> 00:15:03,871 I'm your mother. 250 00:15:04,005 --> 00:15:05,572 I was there when you melted down 251 00:15:05,706 --> 00:15:08,208 because you had a book report and a science project 252 00:15:08,341 --> 00:15:09,877 -due the same day-- -I can't have this conversation again. 253 00:15:10,011 --> 00:15:11,179 That was 30 years ago. 254 00:15:11,311 --> 00:15:12,980 And by the way, I aced them both. 255 00:15:13,114 --> 00:15:15,116 Well, of course you did. You've always taken after your father. 256 00:15:15,248 --> 00:15:17,018 -Why is that a bad thing? -It isn't. 257 00:15:17,151 --> 00:15:18,853 He was driven, and he was brilliant. 258 00:15:18,986 --> 00:15:20,320 And he was too proud-- 259 00:15:20,454 --> 00:15:21,923 And you just wish that he had worked less. 260 00:15:22,056 --> 00:15:23,523 -I wish-- -Right? And that he was 261 00:15:23,657 --> 00:15:25,425 more present as a husband and father. 262 00:15:25,559 --> 00:15:29,197 I wish that he had been able to ask for help. 263 00:15:29,329 --> 00:15:31,565 Well, maybe he didn't want your help. 264 00:15:36,536 --> 00:15:38,806 I have to grab a shower. We leave in 30. 265 00:15:45,847 --> 00:15:47,815 Mmm, we could try a middle fossa approach 266 00:15:47,949 --> 00:15:49,549 on Nathan's left side tumor. 267 00:15:49,683 --> 00:15:52,452 Mmm, 30% rate of hearing loss 268 00:15:52,586 --> 00:15:55,223 and won't be able to fully resect the tumor. 269 00:15:56,690 --> 00:15:58,192 What'd you mean? 270 00:15:58,325 --> 00:16:01,229 That Nathan ticks boxes because he needs me? 271 00:16:01,361 --> 00:16:03,296 Just that taking care of people 272 00:16:03,430 --> 00:16:04,798 seems to be your comfort zone. 273 00:16:05,766 --> 00:16:07,400 What about radiosurgery? 274 00:16:07,534 --> 00:16:08,803 Delayed efficacy and potential damage 275 00:16:08,936 --> 00:16:10,337 to cranial nerves. 276 00:16:10,470 --> 00:16:12,974 Taking care of people is my job. 277 00:16:13,107 --> 00:16:14,208 And mine, too, but I don't seek that out 278 00:16:14,341 --> 00:16:15,408 in my personal relationships. 279 00:16:16,777 --> 00:16:19,013 Perez was an addict. Nathan has a chronic illness. 280 00:16:19,147 --> 00:16:21,581 Just, you know, seems like you have a bit of a type. 281 00:16:21,715 --> 00:16:24,584 And what's your type? The model who cheats with married men? 282 00:16:24,718 --> 00:16:26,453 -Okay. -Oh, wait, that was your fake girlfriend 283 00:16:26,586 --> 00:16:28,455 who was really with your boss. 284 00:16:28,588 --> 00:16:30,958 That sounds complicated. I don't really have a type. 285 00:16:31,092 --> 00:16:35,163 Short, tall, blonde, brunette, neurodiverse, neurotypical, 286 00:16:35,295 --> 00:16:37,098 I've dated them all. As long as there's chemistry. 287 00:16:37,231 --> 00:16:39,599 Uh, what about a suboccipital approach? 288 00:16:39,733 --> 00:16:42,837 Too high a risk of cerebellar injury or stroke. 289 00:16:42,970 --> 00:16:45,372 You don't know me, okay? So you should stop acting like you do. 290 00:16:45,505 --> 00:16:47,041 -I think I do. -Oh. 291 00:16:47,175 --> 00:16:48,142 I think I see something in you 292 00:16:48,276 --> 00:16:49,342 that you don't even see in yourself. 293 00:16:51,378 --> 00:16:52,779 -You guys like each other. -Don't be ridiculous. 294 00:16:52,914 --> 00:16:54,115 No way. 295 00:16:57,584 --> 00:17:00,353 What I'd like is for us to focus on finding a surgery 296 00:17:00,487 --> 00:17:01,488 to safely save Nathan's hearing. 297 00:17:04,158 --> 00:17:05,592 Okay? 298 00:17:05,725 --> 00:17:06,793 -Okay. -Thank you. 299 00:17:06,928 --> 00:17:08,963 -Mmm-hmm. -Mmm-hmm. 300 00:17:12,766 --> 00:17:13,901 I miss you, too. 301 00:17:14,601 --> 00:17:15,803 Oh. 302 00:17:15,937 --> 00:17:18,471 Dr. Shaun Murphy. 303 00:17:23,177 --> 00:17:25,880 -Mmm! -Okay. 304 00:17:26,013 --> 00:17:29,083 This may not be appropriate workplace behavior. 305 00:17:29,217 --> 00:17:31,551 I know. And I missed it so much. 306 00:17:31,685 --> 00:17:34,354 I've been so tired, and there hasn't been any time for us. 307 00:17:36,190 --> 00:17:37,825 We need to make an appointment. 308 00:17:38,792 --> 00:17:40,393 Yeah. We do. 309 00:17:40,527 --> 00:17:43,231 -We need a date night. -Okay. 310 00:17:43,363 --> 00:17:47,034 Our favorite karaoke bar has a two-for-one special tonight. 311 00:17:47,168 --> 00:17:48,668 We should go there and drink tequila 312 00:17:48,803 --> 00:17:50,537 and sing "Islands in the Stream" just like old times. 313 00:17:53,473 --> 00:17:55,910 I don't know if I'm ready to leave Steve, you know, just yet. 314 00:17:59,180 --> 00:18:00,214 Okay. 315 00:18:03,317 --> 00:18:05,652 You know what? Karaoke sounds great. 316 00:18:05,785 --> 00:18:08,155 -I'll call Jordan. -Okay. 317 00:18:08,289 --> 00:18:10,091 Oh. 318 00:18:10,224 --> 00:18:11,893 My patient is waking up. 319 00:18:12,026 --> 00:18:13,393 Oh. 320 00:18:13,526 --> 00:18:15,897 I'm very glad we are having date night tonight. 321 00:18:21,302 --> 00:18:25,907 What were the four words I asked you to remember? 322 00:18:26,040 --> 00:18:27,741 Apple, elephant, 323 00:18:28,242 --> 00:18:29,542 planet, table. 324 00:18:29,676 --> 00:18:32,412 Very good. And the color? 325 00:18:32,545 --> 00:18:34,949 Oh, that would be the color of my Gilly's eyes. Brown. 326 00:18:37,018 --> 00:18:39,287 -Very viable. -Okay. 327 00:18:40,420 --> 00:18:42,756 -Hello. -Hey. 328 00:18:42,890 --> 00:18:44,724 Uh... 329 00:18:44,859 --> 00:18:46,593 Uh, you... 330 00:18:46,726 --> 00:18:47,761 You have brown eyes, too. 331 00:18:47,895 --> 00:18:49,263 Yeah. 332 00:18:51,032 --> 00:18:52,599 Are you the hospital social worker, or... 333 00:19:04,278 --> 00:19:06,914 I was going to give you a ride. 334 00:19:07,048 --> 00:19:09,917 Mm, seemed like you needed some space. 335 00:19:10,051 --> 00:19:13,054 And so did I. 336 00:19:13,187 --> 00:19:16,190 Co-signed, as we decided, 337 00:19:16,324 --> 00:19:17,691 -together. -Thank you. 338 00:19:17,825 --> 00:19:20,194 Uh, this is my mother, Eileen. 339 00:19:20,328 --> 00:19:21,761 Aaron Glassman, my co-president. 340 00:19:21,896 --> 00:19:22,997 Oh, hi. Nice to meet you. 341 00:19:23,130 --> 00:19:24,764 Nice to meet you. 342 00:19:24,899 --> 00:19:26,334 She taking good care of you? 343 00:19:26,466 --> 00:19:30,338 She is. Now if she'd just do that for herself. 344 00:19:30,470 --> 00:19:32,173 Uh, in the "recommendations" sections, you wrote, 345 00:19:32,306 --> 00:19:35,608 -"same as last quarter." -And? 346 00:19:35,742 --> 00:19:37,345 And Gail specifically asked for detailed feedback, 347 00:19:37,477 --> 00:19:39,080 so I told her we would. 348 00:19:39,213 --> 00:19:41,082 Knock yourself out. Very nice to meet you. 349 00:19:45,585 --> 00:19:47,587 That's another two hours of work. 350 00:19:47,721 --> 00:19:50,458 If he doesn't think it's necessary, why do you? 351 00:19:51,524 --> 00:19:53,727 Because I'm the responsible one. 352 00:19:53,861 --> 00:19:56,263 And please don't tell me I sound like my father. 353 00:19:58,933 --> 00:20:01,002 Could the procedure have made him worse? 354 00:20:01,135 --> 00:20:03,536 No, it just doesn't make sense. 355 00:20:05,705 --> 00:20:08,976 It won't be long before he requires 356 00:20:09,110 --> 00:20:11,479 24/7 nursing care for the rest of his life, 357 00:20:11,611 --> 00:20:14,181 which could be 15 to 20 years. 358 00:20:15,950 --> 00:20:20,653 You may want to consider a long-term care facility. 359 00:20:20,787 --> 00:20:23,057 No. 360 00:20:23,190 --> 00:20:28,728 Even if we could afford that, I-I would never do that to him. 361 00:20:28,863 --> 00:20:32,532 It will be quite challenging looking after both of them. 362 00:20:37,338 --> 00:20:39,874 How far along are you? 363 00:20:40,508 --> 00:20:41,708 I'm, um-- 364 00:20:44,979 --> 00:20:47,014 Wait, do you mean... 365 00:20:47,148 --> 00:20:49,083 I could still terminate my pregnancy? 366 00:20:52,920 --> 00:20:55,523 That is your choice. 367 00:21:17,378 --> 00:21:18,546 Hi, Gilly. 368 00:21:20,047 --> 00:21:22,817 Hi. Hi. 369 00:21:23,851 --> 00:21:25,553 I'm so sorry about this. 370 00:21:25,685 --> 00:21:27,221 -No. -I know that I'm slipping. 371 00:21:30,191 --> 00:21:32,526 You have to put me in a nursing home. 372 00:21:32,659 --> 00:21:34,395 And I-I do not want you to use our savings. 373 00:21:34,528 --> 00:21:37,098 It's got to be a place that our insurance will cover. 374 00:21:37,231 --> 00:21:40,167 - No, I can't. - You have to, Gilly. 375 00:21:40,301 --> 00:21:42,136 -It'll be too much to take care of both of us, okay? -No. 376 00:21:42,269 --> 00:21:43,770 You have to, Gilly. 377 00:21:43,904 --> 00:21:45,573 For our baby. 378 00:21:48,209 --> 00:21:50,578 Okay? Okay. 379 00:21:54,415 --> 00:21:56,083 Where-- 380 00:21:56,217 --> 00:21:57,451 Why am I in a hospital? 381 00:21:59,220 --> 00:22:02,990 Wha-What, um-- 382 00:22:03,124 --> 00:22:05,559 -What's wrong with me? What... What-- -Okay, okay. 383 00:22:05,692 --> 00:22:07,794 -What is happening? -It's okay. 384 00:22:07,928 --> 00:22:10,364 I don't, um-- 385 00:22:10,498 --> 00:22:13,934 Oh, my God. What's happening to me? 386 00:22:14,068 --> 00:22:17,171 - What's happening to me? Oh, my God! - Shh, shh, shh, shh. 387 00:22:17,304 --> 00:22:18,606 Why is this happening to me? 388 00:22:18,738 --> 00:22:21,609 It's okay. Shh. Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh. 389 00:22:35,122 --> 00:22:37,324 This is really not sexy. 390 00:22:37,458 --> 00:22:38,791 Well, we can change that. 391 00:22:48,235 --> 00:22:50,004 Mmm, ow, my hair. 392 00:22:50,137 --> 00:22:50,938 Oh, it's my watch. 393 00:22:52,973 --> 00:22:54,041 What was that? 394 00:22:54,175 --> 00:22:55,708 Something lemon-scented. 395 00:22:55,843 --> 00:22:57,011 Here. Take that off. 396 00:23:00,314 --> 00:23:01,882 -Leave it! -What? 397 00:23:02,016 --> 00:23:04,218 It takes my mind off the smell! Keep going! 398 00:23:18,165 --> 00:23:19,400 Are you okay? 399 00:23:19,533 --> 00:23:20,968 Yeah, the window cleaner broke my fall. 400 00:23:21,101 --> 00:23:22,136 I'm fine. 401 00:23:24,771 --> 00:23:26,040 -Are your eyes burning? -Nothing we can't handle. 402 00:23:26,173 --> 00:23:27,208 No. 403 00:23:31,512 --> 00:23:32,880 Do you smell ammonia? 404 00:23:38,552 --> 00:23:40,787 Dr. Park? 405 00:23:40,921 --> 00:23:42,189 I'm gonna walk this off. 406 00:23:45,593 --> 00:23:47,294 You smell very lemony. 407 00:23:47,428 --> 00:23:49,063 What are you still doing here? Didn't the residents tell you to go home? 408 00:23:49,196 --> 00:23:51,332 I ignored them. This is my one job and my one mission. 409 00:23:51,465 --> 00:23:52,765 Okay, there was a case in Mauritius 410 00:23:52,900 --> 00:23:54,835 where they removed bilateral schwannomas 411 00:23:54,969 --> 00:23:57,037 in a patient with recent sickle cell crisis 412 00:23:57,171 --> 00:23:59,440 using a bilateral endoscopic- assisted keyhole approach 413 00:23:59,573 --> 00:24:01,075 with preserved hearing. 414 00:24:01,208 --> 00:24:02,209 How'd you find this? 415 00:24:02,343 --> 00:24:03,877 I used AI software to search 416 00:24:04,011 --> 00:24:06,180 all potentially relevant non-English-language articles. 417 00:24:07,047 --> 00:24:07,780 This is great, Charlie. 418 00:24:09,416 --> 00:24:12,620 Tell Jordan and Kalu to take it to the patient. 419 00:24:12,752 --> 00:24:14,989 Now my tablet smells lemony. 420 00:24:15,122 --> 00:24:17,591 -But it's streak-free. -Oh. 421 00:24:21,028 --> 00:24:22,429 Hey. 422 00:24:24,164 --> 00:24:26,066 You heard they're calling a board meeting tomorrow? 423 00:24:26,200 --> 00:24:27,835 Mmm-hmm. 424 00:24:27,968 --> 00:24:29,236 Can you cover for me? 425 00:24:30,037 --> 00:24:31,505 I got Warrior tickets. 426 00:24:31,639 --> 00:24:32,640 Show them to me. 427 00:24:34,041 --> 00:24:36,110 You think I'm making up Warrior tickets? 428 00:24:38,612 --> 00:24:40,147 Take out your phone and show me the tickets. 429 00:24:44,285 --> 00:24:45,753 Does it count if I buy them right now? 430 00:24:47,787 --> 00:24:49,523 Honestly, I wish I could cover it. 431 00:24:49,657 --> 00:24:51,759 It would be preferable to taking my mom shopping. 432 00:24:53,394 --> 00:24:55,496 She wants a TV tray, 433 00:24:55,629 --> 00:24:57,097 and tomorrow's my one free night. 434 00:24:57,231 --> 00:24:58,966 You're kidding, right? You'd rather cover a board meeting 435 00:24:59,099 --> 00:25:00,768 than hang out with your mom? 436 00:25:01,769 --> 00:25:03,337 Yeah. 437 00:25:03,470 --> 00:25:05,806 Does she have leprosy? 438 00:25:05,939 --> 00:25:09,143 I mean, look, she's a lovely person with everyone else, 439 00:25:09,276 --> 00:25:11,512 but when it's just us, conversation starts 440 00:25:11,645 --> 00:25:14,048 as a critique of my life and devolves into an argument. 441 00:25:14,181 --> 00:25:15,215 That's a sad story. 442 00:25:17,918 --> 00:25:22,189 I'll take her shopping, for two board meetings. 443 00:25:25,492 --> 00:25:26,593 Deal. 444 00:25:26,727 --> 00:25:27,795 Okay. 445 00:25:36,036 --> 00:25:37,538 The endoscopic keyhole approach 446 00:25:37,671 --> 00:25:39,206 poses a much smaller risk. 447 00:25:43,477 --> 00:25:46,480 If there's any chance of me losing my hearing, 448 00:25:46,613 --> 00:25:48,749 I can't do it. 449 00:25:48,882 --> 00:25:51,820 I mean, my music, it's all I have. 450 00:25:53,754 --> 00:25:55,322 Not too long ago, I thought I had it all. 451 00:25:56,023 --> 00:25:57,725 I traveled the world. 452 00:25:57,858 --> 00:26:00,627 Cushy job, great benefits. 453 00:26:00,761 --> 00:26:02,096 It ticked every box on the list 454 00:26:02,229 --> 00:26:05,766 of what I thought was right for me. 455 00:26:05,899 --> 00:26:07,768 Then luck of the draw brought me back here, 456 00:26:07,901 --> 00:26:10,537 and I realized how much better things might be. 457 00:26:12,873 --> 00:26:14,843 I just had to embrace the unknown. 458 00:26:17,344 --> 00:26:18,746 Best decision I ever made. 459 00:26:22,851 --> 00:26:24,685 What do you think? 460 00:26:29,623 --> 00:26:33,627 That God wants you to really live. 461 00:26:33,761 --> 00:26:37,464 And he brought you here so we can save you. 462 00:26:44,905 --> 00:26:46,940 Let's embrace the unknown. 463 00:27:00,020 --> 00:27:02,891 His numbers all look good. We can discharge him tomorrow. 464 00:27:08,195 --> 00:27:09,730 We always wanted kids. 465 00:27:10,931 --> 00:27:14,067 He couldn't wait to be a dad. 466 00:27:14,201 --> 00:27:16,236 Then I got diagnosed with breast cancer. 467 00:27:16,370 --> 00:27:19,339 Stage three. Really aggressive. I was so sick. 468 00:27:20,407 --> 00:27:22,276 And Cam? 469 00:27:22,409 --> 00:27:25,847 He took a leave of absence so that he could be with me 470 00:27:25,979 --> 00:27:31,151 every miserable hour of every miserable day. 471 00:27:31,285 --> 00:27:35,756 And that wonderful man is still in there somewhere. 472 00:27:38,893 --> 00:27:41,328 If I try to look after both of them, 473 00:27:41,462 --> 00:27:43,297 I won't be enough for either of them. 474 00:27:50,070 --> 00:27:52,539 I'm going to terminate my pregnancy. 475 00:28:11,492 --> 00:28:14,027 First, I check his diaper, if it's pinching anywhere, 476 00:28:14,161 --> 00:28:16,029 then his bottom to see if there's a rash. 477 00:28:16,163 --> 00:28:17,531 If he's still crying, try a cuddle, 478 00:28:17,664 --> 00:28:19,766 but he prefers a swaying motion, not an up and down. 479 00:28:19,901 --> 00:28:21,368 - And if that doesn't work, he-- - I have compiled 480 00:28:21,502 --> 00:28:23,370 a comprehensive "Guide to Steve Care," 481 00:28:23,504 --> 00:28:25,506 which includes links for diagnosing conjunctivitis, 482 00:28:25,639 --> 00:28:26,740 UTIs, febrile seizures, menin-- 483 00:28:26,875 --> 00:28:28,977 Okay, first of all, I'm a doctor. 484 00:28:29,109 --> 00:28:31,678 Second of all, I grew up watching brothers, cousins, 485 00:28:31,813 --> 00:28:33,815 neighbors' kids, and some of their cousins. 486 00:28:33,948 --> 00:28:36,149 I will call you at the slightest issue. 487 00:28:36,283 --> 00:28:37,484 Now, please go. 488 00:29:13,420 --> 00:29:15,823 This does kinda seem like old times. 489 00:29:15,957 --> 00:29:18,927 The karaoke selection no longer offers "Islands in the Stream," 490 00:29:19,059 --> 00:29:21,996 but they do have a lot of A-B-B-A. 491 00:29:22,129 --> 00:29:26,400 Still, look at us, out on a date night, 492 00:29:26,533 --> 00:29:30,771 just the two of us. This is nice, right? 493 00:29:30,905 --> 00:29:32,840 And they replaced the ballast 494 00:29:32,974 --> 00:29:35,043 on the neon sign that was buzzing. 495 00:29:35,175 --> 00:29:36,610 Oh. 496 00:29:38,913 --> 00:29:41,548 Mmm, this is not 497 00:29:41,682 --> 00:29:44,052 the same brand of tequila they used to serve. 498 00:29:47,387 --> 00:29:48,455 It's Jordan! 499 00:29:48,589 --> 00:29:49,857 It's Jordan. 500 00:29:49,991 --> 00:29:51,758 What? 501 00:29:51,893 --> 00:29:54,227 No, it's in the fridge. 502 00:29:54,361 --> 00:29:55,796 Is he crying? 503 00:29:55,930 --> 00:29:57,798 Oh, okay. 504 00:29:57,932 --> 00:29:59,333 Everything else good? 505 00:29:59,466 --> 00:30:01,768 Great. Yeah, okay. 506 00:30:01,903 --> 00:30:03,103 Okay, bye. 507 00:30:04,371 --> 00:30:06,473 She couldn't find his pacifier. 508 00:30:06,607 --> 00:30:07,441 Steve's fine. 509 00:30:08,375 --> 00:30:09,610 Oh. 510 00:30:09,743 --> 00:30:10,945 Yeah. 511 00:30:17,317 --> 00:30:20,621 I'm sorry, but this is not like old times. 512 00:30:20,754 --> 00:30:23,256 It's not just the tequila 513 00:30:23,390 --> 00:30:24,892 and the music that's changed. 514 00:30:25,026 --> 00:30:27,628 Everything has changed, 515 00:30:27,761 --> 00:30:30,999 how I see the world, how I see you, 516 00:30:31,131 --> 00:30:34,668 how I see me. 517 00:30:34,801 --> 00:30:38,973 One teeny-tiny, little baby, and the whole world looks different. 518 00:30:56,390 --> 00:30:59,693 I should go to the hospital. 519 00:30:59,827 --> 00:31:03,530 You go to the hospital. I'll go home to Steve. 520 00:31:03,664 --> 00:31:04,798 Okay. 521 00:31:13,707 --> 00:31:16,176 Hi. 522 00:31:16,309 --> 00:31:18,012 Felt like an apology offering was in order. 523 00:31:19,680 --> 00:31:21,816 Dinner? Shaun mentioned you were babysitting. 524 00:31:26,486 --> 00:31:28,455 I am starving, and it smells delicious. 525 00:31:28,588 --> 00:31:30,691 It tastes even better. 526 00:31:30,825 --> 00:31:32,927 It is, uh, fenkata, 527 00:31:33,061 --> 00:31:36,530 a Maltese stew with vegetable, wine, and rabbit. 528 00:31:36,663 --> 00:31:38,632 Hmm. 529 00:31:38,765 --> 00:31:42,202 What if your favorite dish is something you've never tried? 530 00:31:42,335 --> 00:31:46,174 Y-You think me facing the unknown is eating bunny soup? 531 00:31:46,306 --> 00:31:47,274 -Hard pass. -Look, if you don't like it, 532 00:31:47,407 --> 00:31:49,010 we can order something else, okay? 533 00:31:52,279 --> 00:31:53,580 Um... 534 00:31:53,714 --> 00:31:55,016 Do not be a coward. 535 00:31:58,652 --> 00:32:00,253 Mmm. 536 00:32:01,688 --> 00:32:03,290 -It's-- -Bussin'. 537 00:32:03,423 --> 00:32:06,194 Definitely bussin'. 538 00:32:07,128 --> 00:32:08,595 I'll make you a plate. 539 00:32:10,630 --> 00:32:12,332 I got your ultrasound set up on his left side. 540 00:32:12,466 --> 00:32:13,700 Okay. I am testing a theory. 541 00:32:13,835 --> 00:32:15,203 Wake up, please! 542 00:32:17,404 --> 00:32:19,406 What are the words we asked you to remember? 543 00:32:19,539 --> 00:32:21,274 What are you doing in my house? 544 00:32:21,408 --> 00:32:22,476 I'm... I'm calling the police. 545 00:32:22,609 --> 00:32:24,011 I'm-- 546 00:32:26,713 --> 00:32:28,615 What are the words we asked you to remember? 547 00:32:30,617 --> 00:32:33,087 A-Apple, elephant, planet, and table. 548 00:32:33,221 --> 00:32:34,222 Oh. 549 00:32:34,387 --> 00:32:35,789 What just happened? 550 00:32:35,923 --> 00:32:39,026 His Alzheimer's is atypical because it is not Alzheimer's. 551 00:32:39,160 --> 00:32:40,360 His left jugular is compressed 552 00:32:40,494 --> 00:32:42,362 and restricting blood flow from his brain, 553 00:32:42,496 --> 00:32:43,530 which is only restored when his head is turned 554 00:32:43,663 --> 00:32:45,599 to the right at least 60 degrees. 555 00:32:45,732 --> 00:32:48,502 There definitely is a viable treatment option, 556 00:32:48,635 --> 00:32:50,470 a surgery. 557 00:32:51,939 --> 00:32:53,808 I will tell your wife. 558 00:32:57,677 --> 00:32:59,279 That guy's good. 559 00:33:03,951 --> 00:33:07,088 Let's optimize hemoglobin. Stand by with two more units of RBCs. 560 00:33:07,221 --> 00:33:08,488 It's ethnically matched, and our supply is low, 561 00:33:08,622 --> 00:33:09,656 so I'm working on a plan 562 00:33:09,790 --> 00:33:11,993 to recruit African American blood donors 563 00:33:12,126 --> 00:33:14,162 to help sickle cell patients. 564 00:33:14,294 --> 00:33:15,595 Thank you, Charlie. 565 00:33:15,729 --> 00:33:18,431 Opening arachnoid and draining CSF from cistern. 566 00:33:18,565 --> 00:33:19,533 Retracting the cerebellum. 567 00:33:22,736 --> 00:33:25,472 And there's our big schwannoma. 568 00:33:25,605 --> 00:33:27,440 Dr. Allen, would you like to debulk the tumor? 569 00:33:27,574 --> 00:33:30,144 Rhoton dissector and microsuction. 570 00:33:36,349 --> 00:33:38,152 You did some great work on this case. 571 00:33:38,286 --> 00:33:39,519 Can you tell Dr. Murphy? 572 00:33:43,124 --> 00:33:46,660 Charlie, I know Shaun is your hero, 573 00:33:46,793 --> 00:33:48,361 but I can see that you have a future as a surgeon. 574 00:33:48,495 --> 00:33:50,697 You just need to believe it, too. 575 00:33:50,832 --> 00:33:52,465 Of course I believe it. The only one 576 00:33:52,599 --> 00:33:54,668 who lacks confidence in me is Dr. Murphy. 577 00:33:54,801 --> 00:33:57,305 I just thought it might help if you told him he's wrong. 578 00:34:09,583 --> 00:34:11,319 What's your favorite song? 579 00:34:16,190 --> 00:34:17,992 Say you won't let go. 580 00:34:23,730 --> 00:34:26,533 "Say You Won't Let Go" by James Arthur. 581 00:34:26,666 --> 00:34:28,368 Your hearing is intact. 582 00:34:31,571 --> 00:34:33,406 And we have a spot in our sickle cell disease 583 00:34:33,540 --> 00:34:35,343 gene therapy trial, if you'd like. 584 00:34:41,015 --> 00:34:43,550 Thank you. Thank you for taking care of me. 585 00:34:45,887 --> 00:34:47,355 It's what I do. 586 00:34:48,655 --> 00:34:50,358 You never answered my question. 587 00:34:51,391 --> 00:34:53,261 About dinner. 588 00:34:59,399 --> 00:35:01,735 I think I'm going to take a rain check. 589 00:35:05,106 --> 00:35:07,275 Nathan, you are amazing, 590 00:35:07,407 --> 00:35:10,111 and you're everything I pray for. 591 00:35:10,244 --> 00:35:13,381 But I know myself, and... 592 00:35:13,513 --> 00:35:16,083 I might need to face some unknowns, too. 593 00:35:16,683 --> 00:35:18,386 Mmm. 594 00:35:22,789 --> 00:35:25,725 For now, 595 00:35:25,860 --> 00:35:28,095 I'd love to hear that song. 596 00:35:30,530 --> 00:35:32,400 Mmm-hmm. 597 00:35:59,160 --> 00:36:02,430 - Gilly. 598 00:36:05,665 --> 00:36:08,035 Talk to him from here. 599 00:36:16,243 --> 00:36:17,445 Hey. 600 00:36:21,148 --> 00:36:22,515 Why are you standing? 601 00:36:24,251 --> 00:36:26,786 You should be sitting. 602 00:36:30,157 --> 00:36:32,226 You're pregnant, Gilly. 603 00:36:36,464 --> 00:36:39,367 Yeah. I am. 604 00:36:57,184 --> 00:36:59,020 What if we never get it back? 605 00:36:59,153 --> 00:37:00,553 Get what back? 606 00:37:00,687 --> 00:37:02,490 How hot we used to be for each other. 607 00:37:02,622 --> 00:37:04,091 We used to be unstoppable, 608 00:37:04,225 --> 00:37:06,559 and that was before I even liked you. 609 00:37:06,693 --> 00:37:08,595 We're in a better place now. 610 00:37:08,728 --> 00:37:11,631 We're a team, raising Eden. 611 00:37:11,765 --> 00:37:13,334 I love the new us, 612 00:37:13,467 --> 00:37:15,503 but I don't want to lose the old version. 613 00:37:15,635 --> 00:37:17,004 Me, either. 614 00:37:19,874 --> 00:37:22,009 It took Mia and I awhile to get our groove back. 615 00:37:22,143 --> 00:37:23,344 This is normal. 616 00:37:23,477 --> 00:37:24,445 Thanks for comparing me to your ex-wife. 617 00:37:24,577 --> 00:37:25,880 Relax. I'm trying to make a point. 618 00:37:26,013 --> 00:37:28,282 Did you just tell me to relax? That is so dismissive. 619 00:37:28,416 --> 00:37:29,682 I'm offering perspective, but if you're gonna go 620 00:37:29,817 --> 00:37:31,718 from zero to bitch in 10 seconds-- 621 00:37:31,852 --> 00:37:33,686 Oh, you think I'm a bitch now, you have no idea. 622 00:37:41,761 --> 00:37:43,230 This is my wedding dress. 623 00:37:43,364 --> 00:37:45,533 Oh, that's gorgeous. 624 00:37:45,665 --> 00:37:47,401 -She's turning red. -I will have a heart attack. 625 00:37:47,535 --> 00:37:49,904 Ooh! 626 00:37:50,037 --> 00:37:51,439 Take it off. 627 00:37:51,571 --> 00:37:53,274 Go change. Go change. 628 00:37:53,407 --> 00:37:56,077 -Hang in there. Hang in there. -You look beautiful. 629 00:37:56,210 --> 00:37:57,744 It's a beautiful dress, but I just don't see it 630 00:37:57,878 --> 00:37:59,646 for your wedding day. 631 00:38:02,782 --> 00:38:04,485 - We had a date. - Yeah, I know we had a-- 632 00:38:04,617 --> 00:38:05,953 I wore my nice cashmere sweater, 633 00:38:06,087 --> 00:38:07,922 the one that you bought me for our anniversary. 634 00:38:08,055 --> 00:38:09,356 -I know, I-- -But you were too busy, right? 635 00:38:09,490 --> 00:38:10,825 You were probably hooking up with Carter Nix. 636 00:38:10,958 --> 00:38:12,493 -What? -And, sure, we never talked about 637 00:38:12,625 --> 00:38:14,562 ground rules, but I just thought-- 638 00:38:14,694 --> 00:38:17,730 Whoa, whoa, whoa. Stop. 639 00:38:17,865 --> 00:38:20,633 I am so sorry that I missed our date, 640 00:38:20,767 --> 00:38:22,702 but jet lag is kicking my ass, 641 00:38:22,837 --> 00:38:24,771 so I fell asleep, unfed, uncharged, 642 00:38:24,905 --> 00:38:26,941 which is why my phone's been dead all day today. 643 00:38:27,074 --> 00:38:29,742 But I have zero interest 644 00:38:29,877 --> 00:38:31,812 in anyone in the entire world besides you. 645 00:38:33,613 --> 00:38:37,918 And Carter Nix will not stop doing the Aussie accent. 646 00:38:38,052 --> 00:38:39,987 And it's... It's terrible. 647 00:38:43,591 --> 00:38:45,459 You look adorable, by the way. 648 00:38:51,432 --> 00:38:53,434 Alright, I'll get the wine. 649 00:38:53,567 --> 00:38:57,104 Well, mission accomplished. 650 00:38:57,238 --> 00:38:58,405 Thank you for your help. 651 00:38:58,539 --> 00:39:00,007 Oh, no. Happy to help. 652 00:39:00,141 --> 00:39:02,610 You have no idea. 653 00:39:02,742 --> 00:39:05,678 So, how do you like to consume your TV? 654 00:39:05,813 --> 00:39:07,948 Are you a binger or a savorer? 655 00:39:08,082 --> 00:39:09,782 Oh. 656 00:39:09,917 --> 00:39:13,320 Yeah, no, I don't really watch much anymore at all. 657 00:39:13,454 --> 00:39:16,557 Then what's with the TV tray? 658 00:39:16,689 --> 00:39:19,759 Just an excuse to spend time with Audrey. 659 00:39:19,894 --> 00:39:21,529 Thought we'd do better with an activity. 660 00:39:21,661 --> 00:39:23,631 See, and here you are, stuck with me. 661 00:39:23,763 --> 00:39:25,533 Oh. No. 662 00:39:25,665 --> 00:39:28,169 You have been very sweet. 663 00:39:28,302 --> 00:39:32,006 I just wish Audrey liked me more. 664 00:39:32,139 --> 00:39:34,909 Yeah, parenting, not for the meek, huh? 665 00:39:35,042 --> 00:39:37,178 Speaking from experience? 666 00:39:37,311 --> 00:39:39,313 Yeah. 667 00:39:39,446 --> 00:39:41,382 How many kids? 668 00:39:41,515 --> 00:39:44,318 My daughter. She passed when she was 19. 669 00:39:44,451 --> 00:39:48,289 Oh, I am so sorry. 670 00:39:48,422 --> 00:39:49,789 I-I didn't mean-- 671 00:39:49,924 --> 00:39:52,459 No, no, no, no, no. It's fine. 672 00:39:52,593 --> 00:39:54,962 After you. 673 00:40:01,535 --> 00:40:04,371 May I ask, 674 00:40:04,505 --> 00:40:07,774 what was your daughter's name? 675 00:40:07,908 --> 00:40:10,177 Maddie. 676 00:40:10,311 --> 00:40:11,445 What is that smell? 677 00:40:12,980 --> 00:40:15,715 Oh, my God. Best crepes in town. May I buy you one? 678 00:40:15,849 --> 00:40:19,053 I would kill for a Galette Bretonne. 679 00:40:19,186 --> 00:40:20,688 I don't know what that is, but it sounds delicious. 680 00:40:25,492 --> 00:40:27,561 Here we go. 681 00:40:27,695 --> 00:40:30,264 - Thank you. - Hello. 682 00:40:31,999 --> 00:40:33,766 Mmm, olives are gross. 683 00:40:35,436 --> 00:40:37,204 You thought rabbit was gross until you tried it. 684 00:40:37,338 --> 00:40:40,908 Uh-uh-uh. I've had olives. I hate olives. 685 00:40:41,041 --> 00:40:43,644 Don't "uh-uh." You haven't tried Castelvetrano olives. 686 00:40:43,776 --> 00:40:47,114 -Mmm-hmm. Uh-huh. -Okay? They're mild, buttery, 687 00:40:47,248 --> 00:40:48,748 meaty, with a crisp bite. 688 00:40:50,384 --> 00:40:52,253 -Mmm. -Mmm-hmm. 689 00:40:52,386 --> 00:40:53,454 Yeah. 690 00:40:53,587 --> 00:40:55,055 Fine. 691 00:40:55,189 --> 00:40:57,625 But only because I do need to refuel after this. 692 00:41:00,661 --> 00:41:03,230 -How are olives meaty? -How are they not? 693 00:41:03,364 --> 00:41:05,232 Okay, first it was rabbit, and now it's olives. 694 00:41:05,366 --> 00:41:06,267 Like, what is the meal... 695 00:41:14,441 --> 00:41:17,611 Last night, I missed Steve, too. 696 00:41:20,414 --> 00:41:21,949 And it's very difficult, 697 00:41:22,082 --> 00:41:24,084 because whenever I'm away from you, I miss you. 698 00:41:24,218 --> 00:41:27,554 And when I'm away from Steve, I miss him. 699 00:41:34,295 --> 00:41:35,829 I know, Shaun. 700 00:41:35,963 --> 00:41:39,667 But having more people to miss 701 00:41:39,799 --> 00:41:41,635 means having more people to love. 702 00:41:46,440 --> 00:41:47,441 You were right. 703 00:41:50,477 --> 00:41:52,279 Our lives will never be the same again. 704 00:41:56,483 --> 00:41:58,786 They'll be better.50965

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