Carter jogs straight past Mitchell, who reaches out for Weaver's arm as she calls her name and then, when Weaver draws near, remembers where she is and pulls her arm back. Mitchell confirms that Weaver's called her down to see to a "suicide ideation." As they head for Shannon's trauma room, Mitchell asks whether Shannon had "a plan." Weaver says that she parked her car in front of a train. A little too cavalierly, Mitchell chirps, "Oh! I suppose that qualifies." Weaver adds that Shannon's also in a major depression. Mitchell asks, "Flat affect?" "No real remorse," Weaver replies. "About the suicide attempt?" Mitchell asks, not getting it. "For the train wreck," Weaver says quietly. Mitchell fidgets with her papers and switches gears, asking Weaver if she thinks she'll get off before twelve. Weaver says probably not. They exchange a secret smile; Weaver says she'll try to be quiet, and Mitchell instructs her, "No. Wake me. You know. So we can do it." And...the big blow-up last week? No aftermath? Never happened? We're supposed to pretend we never saw all that raging gay yang? Mitchell decided not to be insulted anymore? I don't get it. Bad continuity. I don't need to see everything spelled out, but, hi. A little hint at how they found their way back to liking each other would be nice.
Episode Report CardWing Chun: B | 270 USERS: C+
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