Danny's wife arrives on the scene, and Kim takes her to the machine he's in, and she asks what happened. Bobby starts talking to her in Spanish, and I would tell you what Bobby said, but the closed captioning said "speaking in Spanish" and "more speaking in Spanish." Anyway, we get the idea that the woman is upset by all of this. Meanwhile, the older guy tells them about a way that they can dismantle the machine.
Doc and Carlos arrive at Doc's dad's apartment, and there is an EMT there who tells them that his dad is having an MI. I have no idea what an MI is, but that's what Doc's dad is having, along with a pulmonary edema, and he is refusing to go to the hospital. ["An MI is a myocardial infarction -- a heart attack. All that ER recapping really pays off." -- Sars] Doc tries to put an oxygen mask on his father, but he tells Doc that he wants to die and that he hasn't been taking his pills. Doc keeps trying to help his dad, but his dad keeps refusing until he goes unconscious. What I want to know is, if he wanted to die, why in the hell did he call for help and have the paramedics come in the first place? Oh, that's right, that would mean consistency. Sorry.
The EMT surgeon arrives, and Kim gives the surgeon Danny's stats. The surgeon listens to Kim, and then yells to Jimmy that if he doesn't get Danny out of the machine by the time he gets set up, Danny's legs will have to be amputated. Of course, Jimmy figures out a way to dismantle the machine and get Danny out in time. They get him out and do CPR on him, and take him off to the ambulance.
Doc's dad is in the hospital and on a ventilator as Doc and Morales stand next to him and debate about whether or not Doc should keep his father alive. Morales knows that his dad wants to die, but Doc won't let him go. Since he is next of kin and Morales isn't, Doc wins. I'm surprised Morales didn't have the last word and then walk off, since that's what she does best.
Ty and Sully debate about Candyman and the pimp. Blah blah blah, Sully tells Ty to tell anyone who asks that he didn't see anything, because he really didn't see anything and he needs to give a fellow officer the benefit of the doubt. Ty should work for Internal Affairs, because he obviously loves to get other cops in trouble.
Carlos comes up to Doc, who is sitting next to his father's bed, and gives him some coffee. Doc asks him if Carlos thinks he is doing the right thing. Before Carlos can tell him what he's really thinking, Doc's father's doctor comes in and tells them that, because of his father's age and condition, he isn't a candidate for TPA or angioplasty, and they need to keep him on a ventilator. Doc's dad gets wheeled away, and Morales comes up to Doc and tells him that she needs an updated insurance card for his dad. Carlos tells Doc that he will take him to his father's apartment to get the insurance card.