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[ ringing ] claire: hey. dr. browne, where's my patient? and before you say, "imaging," i already know that's not true. he's with me and morgan. he just needed to process a few things. everything's -- watch out! what's going on? [ tires screech ] morgan just missed a turn. she's a terrible driver. uh, no, we're on our way back now. -hurry. -okay. ♪ [ tires screech ] ♪ [ tires screech ] ♪ save time and get right to same day deliveryour door. and b♪tter ways to age gracefully. how long was i out in the open? get ready for the season 13 minutes. from dinner, to home decor, and more. we got all of the infected tissue. for all the merry multi-taskers... [ cellphone dings ] that's annoying. get a free, four-week trial it was necessary to save your life. of same day delivery from target. no, i meant your phone. oh. it is. i bet it's your girlfriend. with lindor. a milk chocolate shell how did you know? with a smooth, melting center only annoying girlfriends text that much. from the lindt master chocolatiers i used to text my boyfriend all the time. lindor, only from lindt. it annoyed him, too.
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to transduce her dna with the modified ada gene. if it works, she's cured. and if it doesn't work, she dies. there's a 50% chance her body will have an acute toxic reaction. we're going to treat the infection. she'll get another infection. and another, and another, and eventually, one of them will kill her. you don't know that. she's already beaten the odds. by cutting herself off from the world. traditional treatment is the safer course. ♪ he's blowing off steam. he's with the doctors. he's safe. april: he's scared and overwhelmed, and obviously he felt like he couldn't tell us -- because you've been keeping him under lock and key. i'm protecting him. [ crying ] we have to stay strong. ♪ i think charlie knows you're strong. and he knows you love him. but the moment you all heard the word "cancer," everything in charlie's life changed. and i think he needs to know that, at some point,
it's going to start to feel like his life again. ♪ my mom and dad used to do these things called spontaneous family adventure days... sfads. they were pretty lame. but they let me skip school. got to go to baseball games, drive around with blaring music. i got to eat food that was inorganic and genetically modified. sometimes i even got to stay up past midnight. ♪ now we go to doctor's appointments. ♪ and my mom makes lists. and cries.
♪ and my dad's...quiet. ♪ just one more quick stop. morgan, andrews is expecting us to -- please, just 20 more minutes. ♪ 15. ♪ [ door opens ] park told me you rejected his gene therapy idea. we can't dismiss plausible treatment options out of fear. it's not fear. it's a reasonable degree of caution. since when are you cautious? the benefit of the cure may be worth the risk. let park take it to her. no. it's not worth it. the cure is riskier in the short term, but the long-term upside is much greater.
we can give you the chance to live a long, healthy, normal life. no, you can't. i've been a freak my whole life. and curing my disease, letting me take a breath of fresh air, it's not gonna make me normal. [ coughs ] increase the oxygen to 15 liters. start her on the ivig. [ beeping ] we need to let her rest. i'm a freak, too. ♪ people have called me that because i am not neurotypical. and i used to be alone, like you. sometimes that was easier. because it is hard to be around people when you're not like them. but now i have dr. glassman, and a roommate who is a girl,
and a girlfriend who is only annoying some of the time. and i think it is better than being alone. ♪ if you're...cured, you can be..."outdoorsy" like your parents. or you can stay inside and have phone sex. it will be your choice. ♪ the next time you go over my head will be the last. prep her for the gene replacement. nice work, shaun. no. no way. he's going blind. it's his last chance to see a naked woman.
♪ you're a woman. i bet under those clothes, you're a naked one. i'm his sister. ♪ i'll slip you 50 bucks. [ clicks tongue ] [ sighs ] ♪ my budget proposal, for your approval. surgical cases, for your review. before the board meeting tomorrow night. [ sighs ] the pregnant woman...? [ phone beeps ] how's neil taking it? five minutes, please. i'm with dr. lim. i see there's a new member on the clinic team. how's that going? well, it's been half-a-day. we're working out the kinks. well, if it's still smooth-sailing by close of business, let me know your secret. i guess that answers my initial question. [ sighs ]
he keeps telling me he's fine. you're the last person he'd tell if he weren't. i'd be the second to last. [ phone beeps ] i'm almost done. you're the president. he has to listen when you talk. or, pretend to. [ door opens ] hey, the four-year-old with the ear infection has been here half an hour, his mother just pulled out fingerpaints. you need to go. [ taps desk ] debbie, this is dr. lim, chief of surgery. i know. it's very impressive. come back if you get an ear infection. ♪ one more. no. we're done. the surgery can't start without me. where are we going next? yosemite? the great wall? the top of everest? it's never gonna be enough. claire, stop. you can't pack a lifetime of things you're gonna miss into one day. your situation sucks, and it is unfair. but you know what, life sucks, and it's unfair,
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what do you want to know? nothing. i... i just want someone to be here. in case i croak. hmm. it's probably all your annoying girlfriend wants, too. just to know you're there. carly's in good health and unlikely to die soon. some girls have all the luck. [ beeping ] debbie! you bellowed? this thing is broken. can you call someone from i.t. and send them over, please? oh, i meant to tell you that i, um, upgraded our software. it's gonna be faster, more efficient.
not if i don't know how to use it. you can't just change my entire software system without asking me. i didn't change it. i upgraded it. [ beep ] there. or kick out my chief of surgery. or interrupt my appointments. you'll be here 20 hours a day if you don't stick to a schedule. it's my call. i'm not here to slap on band-aids or to write prescriptions. that woman had serious issues we needed to discuss. the one with the rodent in her purse? it's a squirrel. it's a northern flying squirrel. you weren't gonna fix whatever issues she has with an extra five minutes. it's my clinic, okay?! i decide how it runs! okay. i thought that you wanted me to be a part of it. you know, to actually help and to... make changes, have opinions. but if that's not what you want, then i -- i should do what i promised... i quit. ♪
you're out of sutures. ♪ i'm sorry. i -- i shouldn't have said any of that. i lost somebody recently. and it hurts. a lot. and i took it out on you, and that is unfair. but if you don't have this surgery, you won't ever drink another slushy at a baseball game. or feel the wind in your hair when you speed down the road.
or... or touch a naked woman. ♪ now, this sucks. it really, really sucks. but it will get less sucky. and the part that hurts so much right now will start to hurt less. ♪ and life goes on, and you will have wonderful moments, and you will have sucky moments. and it will be your life. and it'll be a good life, charlie. i suspect it might even be a great life. ♪ ♪ oh, thank god. [ whimpers ] morgan: sorry it took a while.
car trouble. andrews: welcome back, charlie. you had some good people very worried. i'm really sorry. you guys can ground me forever for this, but i just... i just wanted to have one last day of fun. we can be fun, too. again. i was thinking it might be time to reintroduce the sfads. baseball games, concerts, staying up late. that sounds pretty lame. [ laughs ] ♪ we're running a little late, and we need to get you prepped. ♪ i'm sorry. i need some 5-0 nylon sutures. and apparently we need to talk. you can report back to the chief of surgery that i'm fine. [ beep ] [ indistinct talking over p.a. ]
you don't have to talk to me. you don't have to talk to her. but you need to talk to someone. i'm not a med student, aaron. i've lost patients before. but you never lost someone who should have lived. no one would be fine. i wouldn't be. you're not fine. if for no other reason than your boss doesn't think so. and the bigger problem is your girlfriend agrees with her. ♪ ♪ ♪ we'll be right there as soon as you wake up. ♪ ♪
[ sighs ] i forgot to take his vitals. i'm sorry. go ahead, i'll -- i'll bring him out. [ breathes deeply ] i-i thought you already took my -- shut up. ♪ [ gasps ] ♪ we're bringing the patient down now. vitals okay? temp might be a little up, but he's ready now. ♪ [ monitor beeping ] i just need you to count back from 10. 10... 9... 8... 7...
6... 5... ♪ (mom vo) it's easy to shrink into your own little world. especially these days. (dad) i think it's here. (mom vo) especially at this age. (big sis) where are we going? (mom vo) it's a big, beautiful world out there. (little sis) whoa... (big sis) wow. see that? (mom vo) sometimes you just need a little help seeing it. (vo) the three-row subaru ascent. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru.
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