Okay, dramatic closer here. Price finds out from a security guard that King Ossie it outside causing trouble. They run outside and sure enough, he's standing in the middle of traffic as police try to get to him. He is bellowing and raving. The police draw their guns. Every person who has ever written a script in their life has already changed the channel because they know what's going to happen. "He says he's got a gun!" a cop yells. Turner runs over, screaming, "Don't shoot!" Suddenly, we're in slow motion as Ossie pulls out his scepter. He, of course, gets shot. He falls over. Turner comes to him. "Call an ambulance!" Turner yells. Okay, wait. Turner just ran out of the hospital. What the hell does he need an ambulance for? Shouldn't he be asking for a stretcher or something? Are they gonna drive fifteen feet? Ossie suddenly comes out of his medieval fantasy world to lecture Turner on a patient's right to die. Then he says he has a daughter living in Dayton he wants Turner to contact. You know, if you were going to do some real acting, Ossie, you could have started in the first of these two episodes. Ossie dies moaning the word, "...to..." as Turner holds his head in his hands. The ambulance rolls fifteen feet over to come assist. Turner walks away as we fade to black and white.
Next week is the thrilling season finale where we'll learn what the hell is up with Ed O'Malley and whether Dr. Turner will remove his shirt to boost ratings. See you here next week.