Wilson The Angel of Death gets to help Foreman talk to Lupe. He's hoping Wilson will give him the kind of advice that makes people thank him after the bad news. Too bad Wilson didn't have any advice before they treated Lupe for cancer, like, "It's not cancer." That might have been even more helpful. Also, I'm pretty sure that people don't thank you when you're the reason why they're dying, no matter how good you are at breaking the news. In fact, I daresay Cameron's method of being too upset to say the bad news would work best here, as Lupe would die before she even knew she was going to. Wilson tries to help Foreman anyway. His advice is to "minimize" the hurt and not "pussyfoot" around the word "dying." Then give her time to process the news and tell her he'll be there through all of it (all ... two days or so). And then, if he feels it's appropriate, make some body contact. Wilson demonstrates this by touching Foreman's arm and Foreman totally makes a "Did you just touch me? Don't touch me!" face. Wilson says that if Foreman's freaking out about this, then he shouldn't try to hide it. Lupe will feel a little better, and he might get nominated for an Emmy!
Episode Report CardSara M: B+ | 1604 USERS: B-
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