A high profile double hand replantation becomes Alex’s chance to prove to Kinney that she is still capable of being Chief Surgical Resident. In the ICU, Maggie believes a homeless man may have been misdiagnosed.
I love how the male-ale relationship isn't speficially highlited or treated as special, they have quirks but they are, in essence just a normal couple. Only in Canada, I cannot see an american made show being so open about a non biblical relationship as "it would not play well with our demographics".
I want *more* medacine less saopiness please. ktnkxbai Oh and as you may have realised I am watching 1-2 episodes a day so should be well caught up by the time season 3 premiers on september 22nd, as I was kindly informed in another thread.
Also, watching this for the first time so please, no spoilers!
Phaze on the "Arctic air has Lexa doig, were these two hows swapping members or summat" ID
Loved Scott, some funny and touching moments between him and Charlie.
I know this early on Charlie wants Alex to keep fighting and never forget about him, but at what point would that change? Charlie and Scott don't actually talk about it but you'd have to think at some point Charlie would want Alex to live her life. As Scott said, his wife had a full life without him, and he finally accepts that and doesn't want her feeling bad about it.
I think after 27 years as a (somewhat) free spirit I'd go nuts!
Keep coming back to this episode lately. I think Scott's story is beautiful, tragic, and very thought-provoking. It also fits in so well with the Charlie/Alex timeline.
If I'm doing the math correctly, Scott's wife stuck with him for over two and a half years before divorcing him and moving on. As I said before, as much as Charlie and Alex love each other and Charlie wants Alex to stay by him, I would think after that amount of time he would accept her moving on and living her life.
Eddie and Scott showed Charlie that he has to fight to wake up and keep Alex, but I think her assurance that she will never let him go put him at ease for a little while...
Saw this story on the news a couple of days ago. Similar surgery as Yasidro in this episode, they talk about the hands 'pinking up' in the video. Youngest ever to receive a double-hand transplant, and his name is Zion, believe it or not. Amazing kid, wish him the best.