Sandy escorts Kerry to the Blackhawks game, the latter clearly not a major hockey fan, for she's rambling on that the puck needs to be bright pink or have a flashing light so that people can follow it. She should watch a FOX telecast. The puck's blue, just for her. Sandy laughs at her silly stereotypically girly girlfriend with the dumb girly talk and the bad haircut. Whoops, that last one was my complaint, actually. Laura Innes is beautiful. Someone, anyone, please fix her head! Kerry, mid-laugh, suddenly spots Susan and Malik and ducks her head, trying to hide in the swarm of people. Malik and Susan breeze right by, with him spouting some nonsense about being the Bruce Lee of love. People have railed about Susan going on a "date" with Malik instead of consoling Carter, but honestly, I think it's pretty clearly not a date. I don't really understand why she bolted without worrying about whether Carter saw Sobriki or not, but I don't like Susan that much anyway, so I'm going to ignore it and assume she's self-involved. Sandy totally busts Kerry for being closeted, railing at how horrible that makes Sandy feel, and reminding Kerry that she hit on Sandy first. Kerry says something very telling: "They're not my friends. They work for me." That speaks volumes to me about her detachment from people in the ER. Sandy asserts that Kerry needs to out herself in the workplace. "I don't got time for this," Sandy says idiotically, disappearing into the crowd. I hate, hate, hate "I don't got." Why does Sandy have to sound illiterate? Who made that decision? What, because she's a firefighter, she's lax with her English? Whatever.
Episode Report CardHeathen: B+ | 535 USERS: C+
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