In Trauma One, Elizabeth tells Weaver that CP suffered an open fracture, and that there's "active bleeding through the perineum." Ew. Ewwwww. (Ew.) Machines are beeping. Weaver says she'll put in a central line. Elizabeth asks how the other patient (I really have to assume she's referring to Danny, formerly "maybe-Danny") is doing, and Weaver says it looks like they're putting in a chest tube: "Elizabeth, you should go check on him." Elizabeth says she can't leave CP and yells, "Where's Peter?" "Didn't Romano fire him?" asks Chuny flatly, because nurses know all. "What?" yelps Elizabeth, and Weaver scoffs, "No! I saw him earlier. Try paging him." She exhorts Elizabeth, "Go on! I can handle this!" Elizabeth lists all the things CP requires (part of her orders include the phrase "suprapubic," which makes me giggle and picture a crime fighter with a costume made of coarse, black, curly hairs -- because I'm four), and concludes, "You can't possibly do all of that at once, and I'm certainly not leaving him until he's stable." Weaver counters, "The other patient has a blunt chest trauma! He might be bleeding out!" Elizabeth says that if he is, Luka will come get her. Weaver yells to someone, "Tell Mark Greene he looks like the love child of a walking phallus and a baby chick, and that we are closed to trauma!" Except, not the first part.
Episode Report CardWing Chun: D | 369 USERS: C+
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