In the next room, Weaver is performing an ultrasound on Julie's stomach and tells Elizabeth that it "looks like a surgical belly." Heh. That sounds funny, like it's a particular piece of equipment you wear for surgery -- like surgical gloves. Maybe it's a sterile belly you can scratch while performing, or in the navel of which only sterile lint would collect and spontaneously form itself into gauze pads. Anyway, Julie is totally awake and not in nearly the distress Amy -- from the sound of the machines attached to her -- is. Anyway, Julie asks how Amy is, and Elizabeth says that "there's some bleeding in the chest." Julie asks what that means: "Is she okay?" Oh, yeah, she's fine. She's just bleeding from her chest. It's a perfectly normal thing for a young girl to be doing -- in fact, it's part of puberty. Elizabeth says that Amy's stable for the moment but that her injuries are serious. Julie asks about her husband: "Is he here, too?" Elizabeth and Weaver exchange a look of alarm, like that's not totally transparent. Julie looks from Elizabeth to Weaver, and starts to cry, "Oh, God, no!" Weaver says, "We don't know anything for sure, yet," which is a kind lie for her to tell. Carter detects a liver laceration on the ultrasound screen. Elizabeth tells Julie that she's having some internal bleeding from her abdominal injury, and Weaver adds that they need to get her up to the OR right away. Julie says nothing, and Weaver tells Carter to notify the OR. They cover her up and move her out.
Watching through the glass doors, Luka sees Julie and her posse on the move, just as Lisa tells him that Amy's lost over a litre of blood. Finch says that they need to intubate her immediately, and Luka overrules the order, asking that they just bag her for now. He bolts from the trauma room and into the hall, where he intercepts Julie's bed on its way to the elevator and tells Elizabeth to bring the patient into Amy's room. Elizabeth says that she's "redlining" her to the OR. He stands at the end of Julie's bed and turns it toward Amy's room. Elizabeth angrily tells him that they're barely maintaining Julie's blood pressure, and asks what he's doing. Luka leans into her face and urgently says, "Her daughter should see her first," when he really means, "She should see her daughter...for the last time." Julie faintly speaks up that she'd like to see Amy.
Luka and Elizabeth continue arguing even as the trauma team scuttles Julie's bed into Amy's room. They push Julie's bed up so that her head is in line with Amy's. Amy looks pretty out of it. Julie reaches out and strokes Amy's forehead, and Amy's eyes flutter open. Julie says that Amy will be all right, and that Julie is about to go up for surgery, but she'll see Amy soon. Amy's eyes drift closed, and Finch says, "She's out." "That's it, we're going, now," growls Corday. "Amy?" Julie calls, starting to cry again. They hustle Julie out as Finch intubates Amy. Orders. Beeping. Lost pulse. Starting compressions. Get more blood. Shock Amy. The Velcro Sneaker of Pathos tumbles off the end of her bed as her body lurches at the paddles.