TEAM DOC TESTIMONY
Dr. Rubich: "Apart from being a pro hockey player, which is already questionable, I didn't see too much wrong about his concussion after that game. I gave him a fifteen-minute exam..."
Alicia: "And three days later he was in the hospital and never played again. And you didn't say anything in his file about his head injury?"
Rubich: "Um, it's hockey."
Apparently one thing they do, to make it easier to figure out if somebody's concussed or really damaged, is take a baseline exam before you hit the ice so they have a simple control to test you when it's time-sensitive. You can already see where this is heading, if you know anything about pro sports you know that these things were designed to be cheated, but Alicia's building the case.
TV'S FRANK MICHAEL THOMAS/THE TRIUMPHANT RETURN OF KURT MCVEIGH
This character always makes my head hurt because it's a real-life politician who is also an actor who, on the show, is a lawyer who is also an actor, and I think both real and not real FMT has been on the same shows, and it's just this whole meta thing, but he's a funny old bird so that's as far as I wish to think about it. Kalinda follows the neurologist who froze us out to meet with, she thinks, Canning, but it ends up being this third recurring lawyer. She immediately calls Diane, who is too busy having a thousand boyfriends to deal with it, and is told to just call Alicia and Will about it, and do her usual Kalinda stuff. Like, hilariously verbatim, Diane just goes, "Um, just take some pictures and... Uh, yeah, just do what you normally do."
Meanwhile, Jack the Australian is forty minutes late when he calls to break their date again, so Diane does the obvious thing and immediately calls Kurt McVeigh instead. She gets voicemail, but this is Diane Lockhart we're talking about: She's not dickin' around with voicemail. Not tonight.