Grey's Anatomy S3E15 Script

Walk on Water (2007)

[Richard] Previously on Grey's Anatomy...

Marry me, Cristina Yang. Are you saying yes?

Yeah. We're married!

Adele and I are getting a divorce.

Has it even occurred to you that maybe I'm not interested?

I raised you to be an extraordinary human being, so imagine my disappointment when I wake up after five years and discover that you're no more than ordinary!

You want to know why I'm so ordinary?

You want to know what happened to me? You. You happened to me.

["The Hop" playing]

[Meredith] Disappearances happen in science.

Disease can suddenly fade away. Tumors go missing.

We open someone up to discover the cancer is gone.

It's unexplained, it's rare, but it happens.

We call it misdiagnosis.

Say we never saw it in the first place.

Any explanation but the truth.

That life is full of vanishing acts.

If something that we didn't know we had disappears, do we miss it?

Meredith?

♪ Rolling in my lacky in a twisted cap ♪ Meredith? What are you doing?

♪ Doing rolling top down ♪

♪ Ready to fly on the streets ♪

[Meredith] I was taking a bath.

[Derek] That's not a bath. I know what a bath looks like.

Drop it! Look, your mother...

Drop it! Your mother...

Look, your mother was lucid and she said things, and now she's...

Gone!

And everything's back to normal. It's not a big deal.

Yeah, except she's having heart surgery today.

Hey. Do you want to talk to the chief?

I know you have the triage thing, but he'll give you the day off.

Stop. I do not need rescuing.

You would have drowned in the bathtub had I not been there.

I'm a surgeon. I do the rescuing.

You are not my knight in shining whatever.

So we're gonna fight because I pulled you out of the tub?

You have a place. You could sleep at it.

And then you don't have to pull me out of the bathtub.

You're everywhere, all the time, saying things.

This is the happy ever after part.

And in the happily ever after part, the guy is there all the time, saying things, and the girls love it. Go to work. I'll see you there.

Just for the record? I am your knight in shining whatever.

Morning.

I did not try to drown myself in the bathtub.

Hey, I ate everything out of the fridge last night.

Everything. Including a tub of butter.

There's no judgment here.

You ever feel like you're disappearing? All the time.

Why can't I just be that happily ever after person?

Why can't I believe in that?

I don't know what I believe in anymore.

We're not telling people. I haven't told anyone.

I know. I know. Just don't. [laughs] I'm not going to. Yet.

Well, I just, I... I need to tell my friends here first.

I have friends here.

Shepherd. Oh, no, you can't tell Shepherd.

You cannot tell Shepherd until I've told Meredith. It will be a thing.

You act like this is a disaster. The world won't implode if people know.

I will tell them. Today. Just... wait.

[happy music playing]

[clears throat]

Morning. Good morning.

Morning. Morning.

What's different?

Nothing. Leave him be.

What happened to your hair? Nothing.

Mm-hmm.

[whispers] See? Look. Watch.

What happened to your hair? Ahem. Leave him be.

He dyed it. But why?

Ow! Leave him be.

What are you doing? What?

OK, but why?

Men who have gray hair are noticed less than men who don't.

By who?

Well... By the ladies?

[laughing]

[coughing]

Looks good, chief. Very natural.

Ladies will love it.

He is alone. All alone.

Do any of you know what that's like?

Lives with Cristina, dates the perfect 12-year-old, man-whore!

His wife left him after 25 years of marriage.

So if the man wants to dye his hair for the ladies, let him dye his hair for the ladies. Leave him be.

It's weird. Weird. It's weird, right?

I need more triage tear tags.

Working with somebody I'm married to is weird.

I mean, I'm his boss and his wife.

At work, I'm giving him orders. In bed, he's giving me...

Stop, right there! I don't need to know this. I'm tired, I'm busy.

While I will concede you and O'Malley have some challenges to overcome, I'm asking you to remember that this day is a marathon, and my mind can only hold what it needs to know.

Your sex life can not be held in my mind today. Ever.

It can not be held in my mind ever. Never.

Whatever. Sydney Heron here to lend a hand.

Hey! Hi! Hello! Oh, Miranda. Hey, nice clinic. Very nice.

Hey, Sydney. I mean, real, real nice and cheerful.

No better way to distinguish yourself for chief resident than to open a multi-million dollar clinic.

Smart thinking. Strategic. Chief resident?

I myself have used the time to master several complex surgical procedures.

But this is, um, another way to go.

What is she talking about? Chief resident.

Chief resident.

Yeah, for next year. The one fifth year resident that rules all residents.

Oh, she, OK, she's cute.

She's acting like she didn't know about it. Cute!

I'm not cute. I'm on to you, OK? I'm a competitor.

Grr! I bite.

Oh! Well, I'll just wait for you in the pit.

[mysterious music playing]

[playful music playing]

What? Nothing.

What? OK, cranky. Forget... Forget it.

Am I the only one who thinks the triage test is a waste of time?

There's a platysmaplasty on the board.

I had Sloan all prepped to let me scrub in.

George, hey. Hey.

How's it going? Good.

You like living in a hotel? Yeah. It's good.

Because your room's still there. Next to mine.

Oh, Izzie... I'm just saying, if you don't like the hotel, you can always just move right back in.

You think I'm this boy that you need to save.

I get that, and it would be sweet if it weren't so condescending.

[Alex] Seriously, is it too much to ask to be performing actual surgeries?

We are actual surgeons.

What? Nothing.

A lot of arm swelling, but good distal pulses so we can rule out compartment syndrome.

I suspect a radius fracture so I'd splint and get an ortho follow-up.

Anything else?

No. OK. Then I guess this means...

Time. And I'm dead!

Dead?

You sent her home. The bone punctured through her skin.

Yeah, but she had multiple wounds and abrasions...

A puncture over a break is an open fracture until proven otherwise. Yeah.

I got septic and I died at home, thanks to you.

[scoffs] Oh, whatever.

Not "whatever" to dead "minor puncture wound that's not" guy.

[Bailey] Be quick and thorough while using your instincts.

You can't be fooled by what your eyes see. If you assess wrong, your patient could die while waiting for treatment. Karev, you're next.

I already killed her. You can't do more damage than that.

People. Triage is one of the most important tools a doctor has.

In a real emergent scenario, you'll have only minutes...

And it's something you'll be tested on in your surgicals.

Sorry. George.

I'm just recording the drill. Yeah.

All right. We're working, George, OK? I'm your boss right now. All right?

Yes. A very sexy one. No. You can not undermine my authority in front of the other interns, in front of my peers.

O'Malley, take that back to the clinic where it belongs.

Sorry. People. Look, I'm sorry.

I have to interrupt the session for a moment.

Chief, I like your new hair. It really brings out your eyes.

Do you need something, sir?

We just received word of a mass casualty incident nearby.

All available Level I trauma centers have been asked to respond.

I need to send a team into the field immediately.

[Cristina] Is this a part of the exercise?

Are we supposed to act appropriately, uh, tense?

This is not an exercise or a drill, Yang.

This is an emergent situation and I need all hands on deck.

What happened? I don't have details, just orders.

[intense music playing]

Meredith. I have a thing. News. You're not pregnant again, are you?

Because I can't handle the extra months of bitchiness.

We're catching a ride with Seattle 34.

Space is tight, so hold your kits on your lap.

Where are we going? We'll know when we get there.

Fire? Flood? Volcano? I'm not really dressed for a volcano.

Stevens. Sorry. Inappropriate. Sorry.

Whoa, whoa, whoa. I'm hauling supplies. I only have room for five.

Ugh. Yang. Yes?

Stay with the chief and take care of the incoming wounded.

The rest of you come on. Stevens was inappropriate.

Hey, what was your, uh, news?

[sighs]

Just forget it. Forget it.

[ambulance siren whoops, blares]

Oh, everybody, move your IDs to the outside of your jacket.

When we get there, remember, triage. Karev?

Green tags, non-emergent. Yellow, delayed care.

Red tags, needs immediate treatment. [Bailey] Good. Assess carefully, tag and get all critical patients into the ambulances as fast as possible.

Don't get in the way of Search and Rescue and stay calm.

Any word yet on what happened? All we know is multiple traumas.

[siren whooping]

Holy mother of...

[people clamoring]

[man] Emergency! Coming through!

[sirens blaring]

[baby crying] [chattering]

[girl] Daddy! Daddy!

[chattering]

Dr. Bailey? Where do you need us?

[Meredith] Where should we start first?

Dr. Bailey!

I don't have time to hold your hands. You know the protocol. Go do it.

Do what? Go help people.

["Opposite Direction" playing]

♪ Get ready for your want ♪

♪ Get ready for your wit ♪ You need some help? Nothing more I can do here.

How did this happen? It was a fog bank.

Container ship clipped the ferry.

[man] Fourteen and fifteen! Let's go!

[wheezing] OK, take a deep breath for me.

OK, you're gonna be OK. Your injuries are minor.

An EMT is gonna come and take you to the hospital, OK?

[girl crying]

Is this your mommy?

Who were you with?

OK. I want you to stay right here, OK?

Stay right here. [crying] No!

Did you wet your pants? That's OK. It happens sometimes.

[man] Coming through! We need a wreck team down on the dock.

[man 2] Line her up, I'll find out where we're going.

This doesn't make sense.

Ferry boats don't get in accidents. They're safe. They're reliable.

The moment you take one for granted, along comes a container ship and boom.

I have a thing for ferry boats.

Reschedule Swanson's valve replacement.

We're going to need the OR for the incoming for the ferry accident.

OK. This whole day has just been...

[sighs]

Something's wrong with Meredith.

I asked her what's wrong, she says nothing.

She tries to drown herself in the tub.

[stammering] Not actually drown, I don't think, but something was going on.

She will not talk about it.

I mean, we were fine, now it's like... [sighs] I'm living with a ghost.

You're confiding in me. Yes.

Cristina and I are engaged.

Congratulations.

She doesn't want to tell anyone.

At least not until she tells Meredith first.

Yeah. They're different than other women.

[scoffs] Yes, these women? Yes, they are.

You know, maybe we'll never know them. I mean really know them.

Now you and Cristina are engaged, you have a lot of work to do.

Right.

You and Yang are getting hitched?

[upbeat music playing]

There's a mass casualty incident rolling in.

Probably be some burn victims. You should be prepared.

Oh! [chuckles]

Sydney, I thought I could take a few patients off your hands.

I appreciate the gesture, Dr. Callie O'Malley.

But the chief asked me to roll the non-emergent ER cases into the clinic and take care of them, so I've triaged these patients and so far it looks like a sore throat, a sprain and a tummy ache. Easy breezy.

So the clinic and I are fine. OK.

I'm not, uh, trying to take the clinic, Bailey's clinic, by the way, away from you.

I'm offering to help, so...

Your offer to help is duly noted and very much appreciated, but I promise you, I got it all under control. Jason Kaye?

Yeah? Fine. I'll leave you to it.

And, uh, find myself a recently traumatized emergency surgery to scrub in on while you stay down here with your sore throat and your sprain, and what was the other one?

Tummy ache. Whoo! [chuckles]

Jason Kaye?

[man] Let's clear a path! Ambulance 15. Search and Rescue, let's go.

[man 2] I got it! Check those pliers.

[clamoring] [sirens blaring]

Are you a nurse? Doctor? Or a medical something?

I'm a doctor, but... Come with me.

Um, no, you need to get checked out. There's a treatment area right over there.

Follow me, please. You've got some really bad burns.

They need to be treated.

My buddy's trapped. He's trapped under a car.

If he's trapped under a car you need Search and Rescue.

They have... They have personal, they have medical...

I called them, they're backed up and he can't wait.

He's in a real bad way. Please. He's my best buddy. Please.

[man] Just pull the tools off the truck.

Shepherd, I need you in the next rig.

I want you at that scene. You don't need me here?

They're reporting lots of closed head injuries and I want you to get in there and bring them back alive.

What's the news? Shepherd and Grey are on the rocks.

Burke and Yang got engaged.

[playful music playing]

You need highlights.

In your hair. That's why it looks so odd.

I'm going to go save lives.

[helicopter whirring]

Take him to the treatment area. They'll fix you up there, OK?

[man] Come on. Let's go.

[Alex] I got somebody down here!

Hey! That's not secure!

Hey!

Doctor, I need you to get back up here. There's a pregnant woman down here, Just shut the... Oh, hell. [man] She dead?

[Alex] Yeah.

[woman grunts]

[strained breathing]

[dramatic music]

Hold on a second. Hold on. Hold on.

Immediate! Immediate! I need help down here!

[alarm buzzing]

He's back! He's got help.

[man] You hear that, Rick? We got help.

We got a doctor. You're gonna be OK now, man.

He's going to be OK.

Right?

[man] What we do know at this time, or what we can tell you, is that there have been deaths.

We don't know how many and we may not know that for hours or even days.

We also know that passengers are still being evacuated.

A ferry of this size can carry anywhere up to 1,000 or 1,500.

Alright. You're gonna need these to handle the influx.

We're going to need plenty of available open chest trays, central line kits and the difficult intubation cart. Yes, sir.

[man] We don't know how many people could still be left on the boat.

Oh, Yang? I... I know.

Communicate with the scene as needed. No. I heard you were engaged.

Congratulations. Thank you, sir.

All right, go. Remember, we're hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst. Right.

You got anyone for me? Yeah, those two need to be transported.

Uh, these five didn't make it, four adults and one child.

A child? You found a dead child? Boy or girl?

Ma'am, you're injured. You need to lie down. Get a stretcher, now!

Is the child a boy or a girl? I can't find my son.

We got separated. I need to know if my little boy is alive.

She was a girl. The child was a little girl. No, no, no.

I need to examine you and I have to take you to the hospital.

No, I can't leave! He's only seven. No! And... And he's all alone!

No, I will not leave my son behind! No, I will find him.

Listen to me. I will find him.

If you'll let me take you to triage, I promise you I will find your son.

He's so scared. All right. I know.

I'll find him.

OK. OK?

He's a mechanic. We... We work together.

We... We drive together to work and suddenly there's this huge jolt.

It was awful. We were just trying to get out of there, but Rick went back.

He figured we could help, we should help.

He went back. There were people trapped, he was trying to help We were behind him, we were right behind him.

[Izzie] There's injuries to his chest and leg. It looks like his arm is broken, and I guess there's damage to his spine and pelvis. I can't...

There's... There's not much that I can do until we get him out of here.

You got to do what you can.

I mean, we'll, uh... Greg, go find some more guys!

Hey. Go find Search and Rescue, OK?

Give them this. Tell them I said he can't wait. He has to get to a hospital.

All right, I'm going.

["Liar" playing]

Let them know he needs a CT. Make sure you keep his neck stable.

Ask for Weller. Weller's not available, ask for Krychek.

OK? Keep him stable. What do you got?

Nurse, let me have some bandages. Thank you. Stop here.

Derek. Hey. You got a free hand?

Hold this bandage for me, will you? You all right?

Yeah. It's just a lot.

Do you want to get married?

You haven't told me, and I haven't asked, and now we have a problem.

What? No, I don't want to get married. You want to get married?

No. Good.

So if that's not it, what is it? It isn't anything.

Are you good? Because I got to get this kid to triage.

Is she all right? Yeah, she's good. She's just lost.

Hang in there. We're going to get you to the hospital soon, OK?

♪ No, I don't miss you anymore ♪ All the non-emergent surgeries have been postponed.

[Richard] Good. I'm going to go check on discharges.

I'm trying to free up as many beds as I can on the surgical wing.

Oh, I was going to do that, but... I can do it.

Uh, sure. Good.

Unless you want to. No. No, go ahead.

You're still the chief. [laughs] I know that.

It just seems so quiet, you know? Yeah.

We're expecting the first wave from the scene soon.

♪ I've given up my wings ♪

♪ I'm a liar ♪ I dyed my hair blonde.

The day after Derek moved out.

Change is good. Your marriage is over.

You're... you're starting over.

So am I.

Right.

I specifically told you I needed to tell Meredith first.

I was talking to Shepherd and it just came out.

It's no big deal. Wait, it is a big deal.

Because now she's not even going to care about the fact I'm getting married.

All she's gonna care about is the fact that I didn't tell her myself.

And why didn't you?

There was a major disaster.

That was 45 minutes after we discussed it.

You were with your friends for 45 minutes running triage drills, and you weren't compelled to mention it?

The chief says they're rolling in soon, so...

[monitor beeping]

Her pressure's low. Barely registering. I don't see any good veins for an IV.

She's all clamped down from hypothermia. That's why I couldn't find a pulse.

I've never seen a crushed injury so bad and survive. God, she's a mess.

She needs to stay on her left side. We got to move her on her left side.

It's going to take both of us. Got to get that BP up. On my count.

One. Two.

Your baby. Your baby's OK. For now, it looks OK.

Just try to breathe.

We need to move you to help with your circulation, OK?

One. Two. Three.

[intense music playing]

[beeping slows]

Pulse is already better. I'll attempt IV access again.

Just breathe through the pain.

What you can do for your baby right now is take care of yourself. Good girl.

I know it hurts. Come on, now. Keep breathing for me, OK?

That's it.

Keep breathing.

Good.

Uh, what do we...

So, what do we do? We wait.

We wait? We wait.

[sirens blaring]

OK, we need to find a grown-up.

Another grown-up to help you find your mom.

[man] Come on! Come on! Let's go.

Hey. Uh, I need you to take this little girl to the triage tents.

I got to get to my unit. No.

I need you to take this little girl to the triage tents for me. Please.

You're going to be OK. You're going to be fine. I promise.

Thanks.

Help! I need some help over here! Stay right here.

[Derek] How we doing?

It's bad, but a lot of survivors, so that's something.

Yeah, it is. Have you seen Stevens?

No. What about O'Malley? Grey?

I saw Grey about ten minutes ago. She was on her way over here with a kid.

You haven't seen her? No.

I got to head out with this one, so keep an eye out for my interns, all right?

I'll do my best.

[siren whooping]

Jane Doe, six months pregnant, found under a pile of rubble.

Crush injuries to her right torso and upper extremities as well as severe trauma to the face.

BP initially low, but now up to 90/60 after a liter of fluid and placing her on her left side. What do we do? Karev?

ABC.

Her airway needs to be protected.

Her breathing will be compromised because of the pressure injury.

And we need to have blood available. I would do a trauma panel, type and cross, and CTs of her head and neck.

Excellent. Let's get her started. Trauma room two.

[man] One, two and three.

[Richard] Let's see what we have here.

[stuttering] The baby is going to...

Make sure that you shield her in radiology.

Gotta get her stabilized first before we start worrying about the baby.

The amount of rads are negligible. Right, but she's going to need a lot before all of this is over and we need to protect them both.

Yang. You're on this Alex, go to the clinic.

The victims' families are there, they need answers.

This is my patient, I pulled her out of the damn water.

Which is heroic and manly. And you still need to talk to those families right now Why can't Yang do it? This is all hands on deck.

Yang can handle this. Now go.

OK.

He likes fire trucks and police cars. Anything with flashing lights.

Carlee Height, 45-year-old female found at the scene.

Open abdominal wound with omental evisceration.

We need to get her to an OR as soon as possible.

He won't respond if you call him Christopher.

He hates that. Just Chris.

OK. He likes Chris the best.

O'Malley, what is she talking about?

She lost track of her son in the accident Dr. O'Malley and I made a deal. He's going to find my son, so I know that Chris is OK, before I go into surgery.

Miss Height, your injury is extremely serious.

We need to tend to it as soon as possible.

As soon as he's located. I can't go into surgery before I know about my son.

I'm sure he's here, all families are being directed...

O'Malley, just find the boy in a hurry. We'll start your work up.

[strained breathing]

I need more gauze. There's no more here.

Maybe you could find some, uh, paper towels in the head?

I'll find something. Vince.

Man, it hurts like hell. Can you do anything about that?

I mean, You got anything for the pain? I've given him everything I've got.

[Izzie] Where is Search and Rescue? It hurts.

What hurts, man?

Everything.

Maybe if... Maybe if I try to set his arm, it will help some with the pain.

What are you waiting for? I...

[Vince] What? Nothing.

Just, uh, just stay there and hold his hand.

Hold his hand?

You think he's in pain now? He's not. Hold his hand!

Place both hands on opposite sides of the fracture.

Exert, distract, exaggerate and reverse the mechanism in one continuous motion.

You are a doctor, aren't you? Shut up.

All right.

All right, Rick, you ready?

[strained breathing]

Yeah.

One.

Two.

[crack] [screaming]

[man groaning]

What happened? Some metal something hit my leg.

Thrown off. Swimming. God, it hurts!

It hurts! [Meredith] OK.

I started swimming. I needed to go. I got a meeting.

I'm sorry! I'm sorry, sir! Try to stay still.

Don't look. Turn around.

I need you to be brave for me.

Just stand right there and don't move. And don't look.

What do we got? Oh, we just got started.

All right. But I got this.

There's nobody covering my service. We're going to need you to get up to telemetry and check on my patients, pre-op and post-op.

And then I should join you in surgery?

No, and then you should report to the pit.

The chief assigned me to Jane Doe. Yes. And now I'm reassigning you.

To do what? Sutures?

Yes.

OK, so you're saying you don't want me to scrub in?

Dr. Yang, I'm saying that I have an unattended cardiothoracic wing, and a pit full of patients that you have the ability to help.

I don't need you in the OR, I need you on the floor.

Do you have a problem with that?

Nope.

Thank you.

No, not... Chris Height.

He's seven years old, he's got brown hair.

I don't know if he's injured. I'm...

Could you at least check to see if he's there?

Yeah I know all the families were directed here. Could you just check?

Thank you. Yeah. Callie?

I need some help. I can't. I'm busy.

Yeah, OK. It's just I'm trying to find this...

George, I'm busy. I'm about to go into surgery, OK?

I can't be your wife right now. I'm working.

I'm working too. I have a patient who needs surgery So do I.

Yes. Any luck?

Thank you.

OK. Damn it!

Can I get some help over here?

Sweetie? Listen to me. I need you to turn around.

I know told you to face away from me, but we have to work together to help this man.

I don't talk either when I get scared.

I don't talk when bad things happen.

You don't have to say anything.

But I need your help.

OK. Don't look down. Don't look at the blood. Look at me.

Look at me. Can you be my assistant?

OK, good.

I can't move my hands off of where they are right now, so I need you to go over to my kit and pull out, uh, the things, they look like, um, like tweezers.

You know what your mommy uses to pull a splinter out with?

Hey. What was the site like? Was it gory?

Was it trauma bonanza?

I mean, obviously terrible.

I don't talk to thieves. What?

You stole my Jane Doe right off from under me.

I am not a thief. You balked. You're a balker.

I was thinking.

Well, again, not my problem that thinking is such a time consuming process for you.

I rescued her. I climbed down, I pulled a massive pylon off of her.

I got her here alive. Pylons? There were pylons on people?

Whatever. Now I get stuck babysitting the patients' families while you get to scrub in.

Well, I'm not scrubbing in. I'm stitching up patients in the pit.

Ah. Who'd you piss off to get that?

I happen to be pulling gaping pieces of flesh back together.

Mm. You're stitching.

You're just one step closer to knitting your grandma a sweater.

Well at least mine's medical.

You're knitting. I pull pylons off people.

[Sydney] Orange juice? Orange juice?

Orange juice? Oh, sweetie.

Yeah, h... his color's not good. Do you want some orange juice?

Or maybe I have some wheat crackers, something to put in your belly?

Yeah. No?

Everybody, if you're... if you're waiting to hear about your families, we should be hearing something very soon. I'm sorry.

He must've saved at least a dozen people who were stuck in their cars.

We told him not to go back. That's the kind of guy he is.

He's the guy that goes back.

He's got kids, too. Five of them. OK, I'm committed to the project.

I don't need to hear about the kids.

Leave the girl alone, Vince. [Vince] Sorry.

You're doing a real great job there, doc.

Hey. How's he doing? He's doing all right.

No! No, he's not!

I can't do anything more until we get him out from under this car.

Can you please tell me why you've come back by yourself?

[man] Search and Rescue, they're buried, they said they'd come when they can.

Did you show them the red tag? He's a red tag.

They said they got 15 red tags.

[intense music playing]

Come on, guys. Don't worry about me. I'll be fine.

[Vince] No, no, no, don't do this, man. Stay with me!

[man] What happened? H... He let go of my hand! He's gone limp!

Rick! Wake up, Rick!

["Make This Go On Forever" playing]

♪ Please don't let this Turn into something it's not ♪ Hey. I'm not going to be able to make it to your surgery.

Here's the thing.

You were crushed underneath a cement pylon.

Dozens of people on that ferry boat died.

But you're still alive. So when I come to check on you after the surgery, you'd better still be alive. All right? You hear me?

All right.

BP's stable. So is the baby's.

You did good, Karev.

Is she going to be OK?

Yeah, we're gonna... We're going to do everything we can.

What about the baby? I mean, is she going to be able to carry it to term?

Um...

You should get back down to the clinic.

♪ The last reason to make This last for as long as I could ♪

♪ First kiss and the first time ♪ Mrs. Height, it's time.

We really need to operate before you lose any more blood, or your bowels start to die.

Just wait until Dr. O'Malley finds my son. Please.

Dr. O'Malley?

George? Did you find him?

Is... Is he OK? Is he awake?

♪ We have got through So much worse than this before ♪ One of his pupils is blown. We don't have a lot of time.

[Vince] What're you going to do? You can't let him die.

Sorry! I'm doing what I can! [Vince] It's not enough!

[Vince] Please!

[Vince] Just, look, they're not going to get him out of here any time soon soon.

So you gotta figure out a way to help him. Right here. Right now.

♪ You say it is much more Than just my last mistake ♪

[man] I don't understand.

I haven't been able to find her yet. [woman] Finally!

Kelly Winter! Fatima! Fatima is a little girl...

Hold on! Hold on! I'm, uh, I'm Dr. Karev.

This is a very rough situation, and I can assure you we're doing everything that we can.

The following are the patients we have identified at this time.

John J. Anders, Kirk Demorast...

This is the same list they gave us a half hour ago. It's posted over there.

I understand. Please, just Kelly?

She's got brown hair. She's about five-four.

Look, we had a lot of people who came in without ID.

[woman] Just take us over to the ER and we'll look for ourselves.

We can't let you do that. Why not?

Those are our kids in there! [overlapping shouts]

♪ The last reason to make This last for as long as I could ♪

OK.

Now, I have to deflate the blood pressure cuff and see if he bleeds.

[air hissing] [sighs]

OK. We saved him. You helped.

We just have to bandage him up.

We're gonna find someone to take him to the hospital, and then we're gonna then find your mom.

[man shivering]

[man] I can't stand it! The pain!

I got to get out of here! You can't move, sir! Don't move!


♪ And I don't know where to look ♪

♪ My words just break and melt ♪

♪ Please just save me from this darkness ♪

♪ Please just save me from this darkness ♪