Those eToys commercials are sort of sweet. I like the one with the fish.
Hawkeye sits in the back of an empty ambulance, brooding. Kerry crutches up to him and he apologizes to her, calling his behavior "unprofessional, and totally uncalled-for." Kerry asks if he wants to talk about it, and Hawkeye says there's nothing to talk about: "I screwed up, I lost my cool." He says he hasn't had multiple traumas like that in a while, and Kerry tells him, "If you were in trouble, you should have asked for help." Hawkeye says that Kerry had her hands full, and that he just got overloaded, that's all. He segues into a story from Kerry's third year of med school when a double-decker bus crashed on a bridge, and everybody lost it except Kerry. Then he says, "I don't know if I should be telling you this." "What is it, Gabe?" Kerry asks softly. Hawkeye says that, as a student, Kerry drove him nuts asking questions, but that it paid off -- she was "great in there," and he's proud of her. He adds, "Damn, I was a good teacher." Kerry says that he was, and that he still is, "according to Carter." Well, according to Carter, "go away" means "please pester me some more," so let's not go by Carter's opinion, shall we? Anyhow, Hawkeye agrees grudgingly to use the new lavage kits, but says that his way "may be older, but it's still faster and better -- kinda like me." Kerry, blinded to his symptoms by the folksy-wolksy banter, smiles tolerantly.