Station 19 (2018–…): Season 3, Episode 16 - Louder Than a Bomb - full transcript

Andy becomes painfully suspicious of the circumstances surrounding her mother's death. Meanwhile, the members of the crew work to evacuate a doctor from Pac-North hospital and find themselves in a life-threatening situation.

[ The Avener's
"Under the Waterfall" plays ]

♪ Under the waterfall ♪

♪ Take your time ♪

Let me see what you got.

♪ I don't mind
if we stay in the rain ♪

♪ These liquid skies
will show the way ♪

♪ Let it fall to the ground
and your soul ♪

Go. Go!

[ Laughing ]
Oh, my God.

Oh, I heard you broke up
with your hot doctor lover.

I heard you broke up with yours.


Yeah, we're dumb.
So dumb.

We're so dumb.

Hey, where's your baby?

I have a baby?

[ Both laugh ]

She's ‐‐ She's having
a sleepover

with my sister
in some fancy hotel.

Which means that I can have
an adult sleepover.

Oh. Hot.

Hey, I think I love you.

♪ Waterfall ♪

♪ We could be hiding ♪

I can't hear you.

Excuse me.

♪ We could be hiding, love ♪

So, are we talking about it
or drinking about it?

The second thing.

[ Liquid pours ]


Oh, my God!

My house!
My life!

[ Siren wails in distance ]
Don't worry.
My dad's coming.

Right, Mami?
Sí, mi amor.

They're coming.
They're coming.

[ Wailing continues ]

Let's go, fellas!

Move it, Souza.


Herrera, charge that hose!

Let's go, boys.

Need that delta wall opened up

so I can check for a connection.

♪ Washing away ♪

[ Sighs ]
[ Glasses thud ]


Have you at least talked to him?

Who, my husband?

Or you mean the guy
who turned himself in

to the Civil Service Commission

without consulting his wife?

Or, wait, do you mean the guy
who got suspended without pay

for stealing narcotics

in order to take down
our Fire Chief ‐‐

which didn't work, by the way ‐‐

and all it did was
delay my father's funeral?

You mean that guy?

See, I'm confused 'cause...

[ Glasses clink ]
I thought those were all
the same guy.

♪ In this pouring rain ♪

[ Glass thuds ]

♪ No one can break us ♪

You know, I don't think
I've ever seen you

not mad at your husband,

which [Laughs] is kind of funny

'cause I don't think
I've ever seen you

not mad at your dad, either.

[ Laughs ]

♪ This endless rain ♪

No, not funny. Okay.

♪ We could be hiding love ♪

[ Sighs ]

♪ We could be hiding ♪
[ Cellphone clicks ]

Lawrence: Ma'am, is there
anyone else in the house?

No, no.
My husband's at work, thank God.

[ Radio squawks ]
Souza, help Herrera
knock that fire down!

Souza: On it!


Cap, looks like we've got
an electrical short.

Well, you know what to do.


Andy. Your dad ‐‐
he's one of the greats.

[ Chuckles ]
Thank you, ladies.

Hi. It's Sandra.
Leave me a message.

[ Scoffs ]


I don't want to talk
about my dad or my husband,

so if it's either
of those things ‐‐
It's not.

Okay, it was gonna be,

so now I'm just gonna stand here
in awkward silence.

Come on. Come dance.

We haven't all hung out
on our night off in forever.

Okay, fine, but...

I need another shot first.

Yes! Look who I convinced
to dance!

[ All cheering ]

Maya: [ Laughs ]

[ Applause ]

Well, your old man did
pretty good today, m'ija, right?


Elena: Let me take a picture
of the two of you.

Of course. Okay.
Let's see.

Look serious, like
a firefighter. Come on.

One, two, and...

[ Laughs ]

[ Camera shutter clicks ]

Okay, back to work.

Love you.

[ Laughing ] Oh!
Travis: Yes! Yes!

[ Laughs ]
That's awesome.

♪ Waterfall, waterfall ♪


♪ Making it wonderful,
wonderful ♪

♪ Toeing the line, yeah ♪

[ Cellphone ringing ]

♪ This endless rain ♪

♪ Under the waterfall,
waterfall ♪

♪ We could be hiding, love ♪

[ Birds chirping ]

[ Cellphones chiming, buzzing ]

[ Chiming, buzzing continues ]

Andy: Ugh.

Wake up.

We're getting called in.


Where's my phone?

[ Cellphones chiming ]

Ohh, fffffffor God's sake.

[ Groans ]

[ Shouts ]
[ Shouts ]

What happened?

Ahh! Why are you
in my bed?

'Cause Travis and Emmett
slept in mine.

Why are you yelling?
You can't just
sleep in my bed.

Wait. Where's ‐‐
Where's my girlfriend?

You have
a girlfriend?

I wouldn't call her
your girlfriend.

Where is my girlfriend?!

I don't know.
Why are you yelling?!

My head hurts!
Aah! My head hurts, too!

Guys, it is
a five‐alarm fire.
We got to go.

[ Sighs ]
No. No.

Ow. Ow!

No! Stop.

Did she sleep in here?

[ Groans ]

Emmett was so smart to quit.

Has anyone seen my phone?

[ Cellphone ringing ]

That's it.
That's it.

Is one of you calling me?

Vic: Mnh‐mnh.

[ Ringing continues ]

[ Ringing stops ]


No. Tía Sandra finally called me
back, and I missed it.

Damn it!

Uh, who's Tía Sandra?

Hey, you know what?

It doesn't matter,
'cause we got to go!

I'm supposed to have lunch
with Marsha, Inara, and Marcus.

Change it to dinner, Jack.

Robert's surgery.

I'm supposed to be
at Grey‐Sloan, like, now.

You know what?
You get a pass, okay?
You sit this one out.

I love a good five‐alarm.
[ Door opens ]

Hey, don't worry.
There will be others.

Go be with your...
battalion chief.

Oh, my God, I still can't say
"husband," either. [ Chuckles ]

Hey, dude,
where's your girlfriend?

[ Klaxons sounding ]


Dad, what are you doing here?

Well, I figured I'd stop by

and see my daughter
the captain in action.

I've been calling you for days.

I'm ‐‐ I'm ‐‐ I'm sorry.
There's been a lot going on.

And I have to go, but just
hang here until I get back.

Sure, kiddo.


Go, Captain.

[ Siren wailing ]

[ Horn honks ]

[ Laughs ]

[ Exhales sharply ]

I can just tell
from the way you smell

that I am very glad
I had to stay home

with two sick kids last night.

Yeah, you're so lucky.

[ Chuckling ]

Tell me when we get there.
Will do.

Chief Sato:
Dispatch from hospital IC ‐‐

we've had an explosion
at Pac North.

Contact Puget Sound Energy
to request a supervisor

and gas‐leak response team.

Additionally, we need Seattle PD
to shut down all traffic

north and west of the hospital.

Maya: Thought the hospital
was closed.

Chief Sato:

ER's open
and transferring admits.

Radiology on the first floor,
research wing in the basement.

Gas leak?
That's our guess.

Utilities are off.

[ Explosion ]


[ Radio squawks ]

Dispatch, this is Pac North IC.

We just had an explosion
on the third floor.


Ben: Seattle Fire!
Everyone needs to evacuate now!

Duncan: Help!
Help, please!

C‐Can someone help?!


Hi! Yes!
I'm inside here!

I have a bad back,
and I ‐‐ and I can't get out.

There was an explosion
or something,

and the kid just left,
ran out screaming.

So I see they haven't improved
their staff much here.

Alright, we'll get you out.

[ Button clicks ]

What‐‐ What's happening?

It's jammed! I ‐‐
Machine must be faulty.

Great hospital.

And we can't use tools
because ‐‐

Because this thing's
a giant magnet,

and if it turns back on,
we're screwed.

Oh, cool. That's just great
for my anxiety.

Hey, buddy, what's your name?

Uh, Duncan.

Okay, Duncan,
we're gonna get you out.

I weigh like 250.

Well, that's okay,

because our job is to work out.

[ Grunts ]

It's not.

Seattle Fire!

Everyone out!
Let's go! Let's go!


Everyone, we need
to evacuate now!

Monica, don't forget
the lab notes.

And grab those samples
over there.

Jack: Ma'am,
did you hear me?

Th‐There's a fire.

I am not letting my life's work
burn to the ground.

Lives depend on it.

And it's not "ma'am."
It's "Doctor."

Vic: Really?

Because your lives depend on us
evacuating you right now.

This floor
is an active fire scene.

[ Glass shatters ]
Oh, damn it!

Help me!

Dr. Alba is really close
to a cure for lymphoma.

You're firefighters.

Your risk of developing
occupationally derived cancer

is what?

[ Keyboard clacking ]

Grab all of those
frozen specimens in there.


Ben: Hey, uh, Duncan...
[ Whimpers ]

why were you
in the hospital today?

Is it your back?
You rupture a disc?

[ Cries ]

Hey, Duncan, the more you talk,

the less anxious you'll be.

I cheated on my wife

before we got married.

[ Cries softly ]

It was a mistake.

It was just one night,

and I've always,
always regretted it.

But I can't never tell Carla.

But I got to tell somebody,

especially if I'm about to die.

[ Sobbing ]

Hey, hey, hey, hey!

Hey, you know what?

I slept with an engaged friend.

Yeah. I did.

Even after
he wasn't engaged anymore,

I kept sleeping with him
because I liked it.

I slept with him
even after I knew

he was falling in love with me.

I actually slept with him
last night.

And a little bit this morning.

Do you love him?


Th‐‐ That's cold.

Yeah, I know.

[ Sobbing ]


And, uh, you know ‐‐ And I ‐‐

I‐I'm, uh ‐‐

I am extremely judgmental.


You know, I'm a ‐‐
I'm a friendly guy.

I like people.

But, uh, I secretly judge them

for not living up
to my standards.

You serious?
I am.

I, uh, am silently judging you
right now.

Both of you.

[ Plastic creaks,
radio squawks ]
Vic: Hughes here.

Requesting backup
in the research wing.
[ Grunts ]

[ Radio squawks ]
Copy that.

Warren and I are on our way

as soon as we evac our patient.

[ Indistinct conversations ]

[ Telephone rings ]


Lawrence: Andy, your dad ‐‐
he's one of the greats.



[ Breathing heavily ]


Robert, I'm so sorry I'm late.

You didn't come home last night.

I‐I told you.
What ‐‐

I was ‐‐ I was hanging out
with the guys.

You didn't tell me you were
sleeping over with the guys.

You're right.
I'm sorry.

I ‐‐ I'm ‐‐

I'm still getting used to
this whole marriage thing.

Sandra finally called me back,

but she didn't leave a message,
and now she's not answering,

which is ‐‐ I mean,
she must know something, right?

Maybe she heard about your
dad's passing and then tried to

extend her condolences.
That's why she called.
She hated my father.

She ‐‐ They didn't
speak for decades.

He kept her from me.
He kept my cousins from me.

You know, sometimes it's easier

to be mad at someone you lost
than to grieve them, Andy.

I am grieving him.
You're trying to
find a reason...

I‐I miss him...
to be mad at
your father and ‐‐

every minute of every day,

and I'm furious with him
for lying to me

and keeping my family from me.

Why can't both of
those things be true?

Because he just died!


Saving your entire team.


[ Clears throat ] I'm
interrupting something, clearly.

[ Stammers ]
Dr. Shepherd, right?
Andy. Yeah.

Good to see you again.
Good to see you.

[ Cellphone ringing ]

[ Gasps ]


Jack: Alright, everybody,
let's double‐time it.

Come on.
Keep it moving, guys.

Keep it moving.

Double time.
Come on.

Hey, Cutler, take them outside
and make sure they stay there.

I don't want anyone else
coming back inside the building.

Let's go.

This incubator
and all these files ‐‐

we need all of this out.

Travis: So, we're
a moving service now?

Does she know
there's a fire upstairs?

This is her lymphoma research.

She's refusing
to leave without it,

and we can't leave
without her, so...

Isn't all this stuff digitized?

You can't digitize
a living organism.

I mean, she's right.
You can't.
[ Radio squawks ]

Maya: Gibson, I need all of 19
out of that building now.

Copy, Captain.

Doctor, it's time to go, okay?

No! Get your hands
off of me!

[ Explosion ]

[ Woman screams ]
Look out!

[ Groans ]


[ Groans ]

[ Objects clattering ]

[ Groans ]


Miller, you good?

Everybody okay?


Oh, no.
My God.

Maya: We have two firefighters
from 23 with blast injuries.

19.19, do you copy?

[ Radio squawks ]

Explosion above us caused
collapse of the hallway outside.

Gibson here with Hughes, Miller,

Warren, Montgomery,
and one patient.

[ Radio squawks ]
But where's Dr. Alba?

Dr. Alba?

‐Dr. Alba!

Oh, no. Warren.

Vic: Come on.
Come on.

Doctor, we're gonna
get you out, okay?

My phone!

I need my phone!
I need to call my partner!

Maya: Gibson,
do you have egress?


Bishop. Sato. Report.

Third explosion and fire
on the third floor

weakened structural integrity,
causing partial collapse.

We have two from 23 injured

and five currently trapped
in the basement research wing.

Reporter: Chief! Chief Dixon!
Over here, sir!
Requesting USAR company
to come in

Dixon: Afternoon, all.

[ Scoffs ]
Happy to answer any questions

you may have at this time.

[ Sighs ]

What's USAR's ETA?

He said
five minutes out.
[ Sighs ]

[ Indistinct announcement
over P. A. ]

Pruitt: Anytime I say anything,
you think it's a criticism.

You sound like it!
You're criticizing me!

Because I'm unhappy!

Oh, you're unhappy.
God, what ‐‐


[ Chuckles ]


[ Telephone rings ]


So, the surgery is happening?

Oh, it's happening.

And the odds of it working
are still just 50‐50?

But I'm feeling lucky.

[ Chuckles ]

No narcotics
after surgery, okay?

I'm not gonna let this
take me out.

I admire your commitment,

and you don't have to
decide right now.

The first couple days
are gonna be painful.

I can take it.

We are gonna want you
up on your feet right away,

walking and standing.

That is gonna be uncomfortable,
to say the least.

I can order you
a nerve block ‐‐
No narcotics.

Oh, my God.
Tía Sandra called.

She's on her way
to Seattle.

She said she couldn't
talk over the phone, but...

What does ‐‐
What does that mean?

Babe ‐‐

Uh, w‐we're gonna be taking
Robert up to the pre‐op area

pretty soon.

Okay. Right, right.
I'm sorry.

It's okay. I'm fine.

Uh, would you show Ms. Herrera
to the plant room?

What's ‐‐ What's that?

Studies have shown
that nature, greenery,

uh, helps calm
the central nervous system.

Works for me.

I ‐‐ Good luck.

I will be
right here.

And I'll see you right after.

Yeah. Okay.
Okay. I love you.

I love you.

Oh, there. Okay.

Robert, is she ‐‐

Is she what?
High? Drunk?

No. She's grieving
her father.

She's spinning out.
That was my next guess.

Um... you are gonna need
her support after the surgery.

I'm gonna have it, okay?

She'll be there for me.

She's just going
through a lot, is all.

[ Inhales deeply ]



What ‐‐ What are you doing?

We're having a meeting,
you and me, right now.

A meeting?
I'm about to have surgery.

And you just got married,

and your wife
just lost her father,

and you could lose your job
and go to jail.

Your life is in session,

and you are keeping it
all inside,

and that is a recipe
for relapse.

I'm not gonna relapse.

I just need to get through
this surgery right now

without using and ‐‐

And how do addicts get
through life without using?

[ Sighs ]
We talk to each other.

Come on.


God, grant me the serenity

to accept the things
I cannot change...

We lost Wi‐Fi mid‐transfer,

so I am going to have to
read you what I can myself,

and I need you to
take it down exactly.

If I die in here,
I need my research not to.

Alright, one more, on three.

One, two...


[ All grunt ]

Jack: Okay, clear the area.
Clear the area.

Dr. Alba: [ Groaning ]

[ Breathing heavily ]

I'm gonna get the first‐aid kit.

Okay, now read those
data points back to me.

[ Grunts ]

I think the universe is trying
to tell me something.

Yeah? What?

I keep getting trapped
in places.

It's like immersion therapy,
but it's not working.

What do we think caused
the multiple explosions?

We turned the gas off.

No. You inverted the last value
I gave you.

Make sure they correspond.

I'm gonna cut.
Right there.

[ Groaning, whimpering ]


[ Coughs ]

[ Radio squawks ]

Captain, we are still trapped,

and we've got a patient
with crush injuries,

including a pelvic fracture

and open radial fracture

and substantial blood loss.


[ Ax thudding ]

Solid here, too.


[ Whimpering, panting ]

Everybody, radios off.
Turn your radios off.

What? Why?

J‐Just turn them off now!
Dr. Alba:
Okay, now plot everything

so that we can assess the ‐‐

Dr. Alba,
turn off your phone!

Miller, what's the problem?

The explosions ‐‐
they're a bravo tango.

[ Panting ]

A bomb?!

Why would you ‐‐

'Cause I just found another one.


we have a suspicious device.

No, no, wait. No, no, no.
No radios. No radios.

If it's a bomb,
we got to call it in,

get the bomb squad in here.

How are they gonna get in here?

How do we even know it's a bomb?

I trained with the bomb squad.

You did?

Yeah. We ‐‐ We ‐‐
We doing this now?

Yeah. Sorry. No.
Wha‐‐ Okay, what do we do?

Get the hell out of here.


Miller, get away from that.

It looks homemade.

Who the hell
bombs a hospital, anyway?


It's not the first time
they've attacked me.

I use embryonic stem cells
in my research.

How can people claim
to be pro‐life

but be willing to sacrifice
millions of lives

that could be saved by research?

Gibson? Gibson!

Chief Sato: This is Pac North IC
requesting SPD Bomb Squad,

Code Red response.

And we still have a news chopper
and a drone.

Medevac's still not clear
to land.

There's my girl.

Being boss.

Dad, what are you doing here?

Well, I saw you on the news.

I wanted to watch you
actually do something.

Dad, you can't ‐‐
Don't "Dad" me.

Go do something, Captain.


[ Sighs ]

[ Groans ]
Hey, Dr. Alba,

you got to stay awake
for us, okay?

Her pulse is thready.

She's bleeding internally.

[ Breathing heavily ]

Miller, you are really
testing me right now.


I just need to see
if there's a clock.

Jack: Hey, Miller,
please don't do that.

I'm just gonna pull this out.

No, Miller, stop! Stop! Stop!
What are you ‐‐
Hey. Whoa, whoa,
whoa, whoa, hey!

Hey! How many of you trained
with the bomb squad?


If I don't defuse this,

it will go off,
just like the other three.

USAR will get us out.

The bomb squad will come in.

This ain't your job, Miller.
Stand down.

What time did we get
that first call?

A few minutes
after 11:00.

And the second blast
happened when?

11, uh, 30.

when we got here.

Third explosion
happened around noon.

That sounds like a pattern.

And if it is a pattern,
that bomb will go off

in elev‐‐ 11 minutes.

Stop. Stop it.

Go help ‐‐ Go help him.

Get my life's work out of here.

No, we're not gonna leave you,
Dr. Alba.

I am already dead.

Save my life's work.

Save ‐‐ Save countless millions.




Vic: Okay.

♪ And the sun
comes out again ♪

Amelia: Ready?


Count back from 10 for me.

10, 9, 8...

♪ We could see into forever ♪

[ Telephone rings ]


♪ What goes up ♪

Oh! [ Laughs ]

♪ Must come down ♪

♪ With golden lies,
you filled your crown ♪

♪ It weighs,
it weighs you down ♪

Mami, it's not
even lunchtime yet.

Well, guess what.
You deserve a break, baby.

♪ It weighs,
it weighs you down ♪

[ Horn blaring ]

♪ And the flame,
it keeps me warm ♪

I want you to try
every single one of them, okay?

I want you to experiment,

♪ The fire's been set free ♪

Oh, yum! [ Laughs ]

Promise me that you'll
never settle in life.

♪ What goes up must come down ♪

[ Laughs ]
There you go.

Look at the sky, honey.

Look at the sky.

Never, ever take your eyes
off it.

There we go. Whoo!

♪ It weighs you down ♪

♪ It weighs,
it weighs you down ♪

Oh, my goodness!

Oh. Are you okay?

I'm ‐‐ I'm ‐‐
My husband's in surgery.

I can get an update for you.

My dad died.
He ‐‐ He just died.

I had heard that.
I'm ‐‐ I'm so sorry.

I know the two of you
were close.

I thought we were.

Nothing makes sense anymore.

And, you know, every‐‐

everyone thinks
it's the grief talking,

and maybe it is, but I‐I can't
shake the feeling

that maybe something
really awful happened.

With your dad?

With my mom.
Oh, God, I am sorry.

You don't even know me.

No, no. Listen.
It's okay.

I‐I have plenty of stuff
in my own life.

I could use a break.
You can talk.

I thought my parents were happy.

But I‐I keep getting these
flashes of them fighting,

screaming, my mom crying.

[ Inhales sharply ]

[ Voice breaking ]
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

I just ‐‐ It's okay.

You know, the one favorite
memory I have of my mother,

the one I‐I've kept with me
all these years,

was our last fun day together.

And I‐I've always
held on to that

as an example
of how much she loved me,

how much I lost.

But now ‐‐ now I think maybe

she knew it was
our last day together.

And now I think
maybe she killed herself.

♪ It weighs,
it weighs us down ♪

Oh, no.

[ Sniffles ]

[ Crying ]
I'm sorry.

It's okay.
It's okay.

♪ It weighs me down ♪

This is the best day ever.

[ Crickets chirping ]

I want you to remember
something, baby.

If anything ever happens to me,

Daddy will always
take care of you, okay?

What's gonna happen to you?

Nothing, honey.

Just remember ‐‐
he'll take care of you,

and you'll take
care of him, okay?

I love you.

My mom died when I was 9,

and it's always been
just me and my dad.

But I started to remember ‐‐

we had this big extended family.

And ‐‐ And when my mom died,

everyone just disappeared,
like we were lepers.

And I didn't ‐‐
I didn't even remember them.

I didn't think about them.

I ‐‐ It's like
I blocked them out or something.

Until my dad died.

And, you know, I started
going through his stuff,

and then I talked to my dad's
friend, and he was cagey and ‐‐

[ Sighs ] I don't.

I'm probably being paranoid.

Or you're just remembering stuff

that you tried very hard
to forget.

The brain is an amazing machine.

If there's an event or a loss
that's too traumatic,

it has a way of
walling itself off

so you can survive the trauma.

And then here come the memories.

They come back in fragments
and little puzzle pieces

that then you have
to put together.

And when that happens,
that hurts.

And I'm not talking about
just emotionally.

The body remembers the event.

The brain remembers the trauma.

And that ‐‐
that's a whole body ache.

Thank you.

Thank you for...
[ Sighs ]

The people who love me

keep telling me I sound crazy.

Oh, Herrera, you know what?

For what it's worth,
you don't sound crazy.

And sometimes a breakthrough

can look an awful lot
like a breakdown.


[ Indistinct shouting ]

Maya: We have five firefighters
and a civilian

trapped in the basement

with what we think
is a suspicious device,

and now we have
no communication.

They switched off radios

to avoid
any electrical interference

with the detonator.

Our crew is
on the move.

Hey, kiddo.

Come here.

Hey, Dad, you should
probably wait for me at home.

Your family's falling apart,
and you're playing Fire Captain?

I'm not playing anything.
I am Captain.

Did your mother fill your head
with drama? Hmm?

IS that why you're
treating me this way?

You know, Dad, I have to go,
and you have to ‐‐

Don't raise your voice at me,
young lady.

Eight minutes.

Okay, Miller, what do we do?


Over there.
It looks like a microwave.

Ben: Right.
Right, right, right, right.

It's for sterilization,
but it's airtight.

It can dampen the explosion.

We got to get it
closer to the bomb.

[ All grunting ]

It's ‐‐ It's ‐‐
It's bolted down.

[ Panting ]

Dad, interfering with
emergency personnel is a crime.

I am not gonna ask you again.

Are you threatening me?

I am in charge, and I am
ordering you to leave my scene.

What did you say?
You heard me.

Get your hands off of me!

[ Grunting ]

[ Pants ]

This thing's not going anywhere.

And we are running out of time.

Four minutes.
Four minutes!

[ All breathing heavily ]

Jack: Whoa, whoa,
whoa, whoa, whoa!
Vic: Miller! Miller!

No, no, guys, guys, guys!

Either I put that in there
or we all die.

And my research.

Countless millions, right?

[ Weakly ] Yeah.

Let me do it.
No. No.

Hey, hey.

I'm not gonna let you
orphan your daughter.

I'm not letting you ‐‐ No!
Let me do ‐‐ Let me do it!


Lane: Oh, yeah.

Oh, you need your big, strong
men to fight your battles,

huh, Captain?
No, Dad, I don't!

I don't need to
win my gold medals
through other people.

Unlike you, I win them myself.

[ Helicopter blades whirring ]

I'm fine.
Everyone back to work.

Go on. Get to
the other side. Let's go.

I'm gonna open the door.
Come on.

To the other side!
Let's go!

Go, go, go!
That's an order. Let's go!


Dr. Alba?
Jack: Other side now.

That's an order.
To the other side.
Dr. Alba?

Dr. Alba, we're gonna
move you now, okay?

She's gone.

She's gone.

[ Breathing heavily ]

We got two minutes.
Two minutes.
Vic: Okay.

Help me move her.

One, two, three.

[ Exhales sharply ]

Vic: Here. Go help them.
Go help.

Ben: Take the mice.
Save the research.

Dean: Come on.
Get in, get in, get in.

Help him. Help him.

I got it.
I got it.

[ Jackhammer rattling ]


Here we go.


[ Rattling continues ]



Dixon: And I will let
Police Commissioner Clark

update you on the details
of the bombing investigation.

Thank you all very much.

Sir, a word, please?

[ Rattling continues ]



How much time do we have?

About a minute.
You're fine, Gibson.

Just ‐‐ Just take
your time, okay?

[ Breathing heavily ]

Okay, okay.

Just keep it level.

If that switch moves
and the mercury ‐‐

Got it ‐‐ I die.

Thanks, Miller.

[ Rattling continues ]




[ Exhales sharply ]


Vic: Come on,
come on, come on!
Travis: Okay, Gibson,
get your ass over here!

Come on!
Ben: Move, move, move,
move, move!

Move, move, move!
Get in! Get in! Get in!

[ Chuckling ]
Hey, Smitty. At ease.

Michael Dixon, we have
a warrant for your arrest.

What is this,
some kind of prank?

You're being charged
with fraud and extortion.

♪ I believe in you ♪

You have the right
to remain silent.

Anything you say can
and will be held a‐‐

I know the Miranda rights.

♪ I believe in love ♪

♪ And the darker it gets,
the more I do ♪

♪ Try and fill us
with your hate, and we
will shine a light ♪

♪ And the days
will become endless ♪

♪ And never and never
turn to night ♪

♪ And never and never
turn to night ♪

[ Explosion ]

[ Glass shattering ]

♪ Then it's just too much ♪

♪ I cannot get you
close enough ♪

♪ A hundred arms,
a hundred years ♪

♪ You can always
find me here ♪
[ All coughing ]

Ben: You okay?

♪ Let me hold you lightly ♪

[ Jackhammer rattling ]

♪ Instead of ones
that hold too tightly ♪

[ Coughs ]

[ Thud ]

[ All coughing ]



I want bomb squad

to comb through
every inch of that hospital.

If there were four, who knows
how many more there are.

♪ Ha, ha ♪


♪ Funerals were held
all over the city ♪

♪ The youth bleed
in the square ♪

Is that...

[ Chuckling ]
It sure as hell is.

I never want to
forget this moment.

I want it etched
in my memory forever.

Forever and ever.
[ Laughs ]

See? Told you all.

Sex offender.

Why are we carrying rodents, 19?

Because we're saving the lives
of untold millions.

Y'know. Like we do.


I need a drink.

Don't say "drink."
Vic: [ Groans ]

Hair of the dog?

Oof. Today was ‐‐
Vic: Ugh.

Oh, come on, guys.

Look, Dixon is fired.

And in jail.

We gotta at least
celebrate that.

Okay, sure.

Okay. I'm down.

Alright, fine.
Let's do it.

Pru's still at my sister's.

Ding dong, Dixon is dead.

Yes, he is.
Come on. Let's go.

Oh, shut up.


[ Breathes shakily ]


[ Breathing heavily ]


[ Crying ]

[ Exhales sharply ]

[ Sniffles ]

[ Exhales sharply ]

[ Scissors clatter ]


I was so stupid.

Everyone saw the truth
about my dad but me.


It's how these things
usually go.

I ruined the best relationship
I ever had because of him.

You could apologize.

It's too late for that.
Way too late.

You'd be surprised how far
an "I'm sorry" can get you.

[ Breathes deeply ]

I'm sorry, Jack.

We're all going to
the houseboat.

We're gonna raise a glass
to Dixon's demise.

No. I can't.

Have fun.

Hair looks kinda cool.



[ Ofenbach's "Paradise" plays ]

If I had died today,
Miranda would have killed me.

[ Laughs ] Miranda would have
killed all of us

if we'd let you die.

Yeah, well, if I had died today,

you'd all already be dead, too.

I'd like to
propose a toast.
Vic: Ooh, yeah.

To Dr. Ben Warren ‐‐

Though he may
be judgmental...
[ Chuckles ]

he holds us all accountable.

That's true,
especially Sullivan.

Also, with Pruitt gone,

I think we're looking for
a new father figure.

Okay, you call me old
one more time,

I'm gonna send you to bed
without your dinner, young lady.

Yeah. Oh!
But seriously, though,

can you think of a better way
to honor Pruitt Herrera

than bringing down that asshat?

No. Mm.

Sorry, probie.

No, don't be.
My dad is an asshat.

And I'm not a probie anymore.

Yeah, you'll always be
probie to us.

Dean: You know what?
No more crying.

We're here.
We're still breathing.
Vic: Always be a probie.

So let's act like it.

Alright, get ready to dance!


♪ Bom‐bom‐bom‐bom,
bom‐bom‐bom ♪

Come on, Jack.
Come on.

Come on!
No, no, no,
I‐I don't ‐‐

Dance, Jack.
Come on, Jack.
I ‐‐ I'm just
gonna watch.

That came out weird,
but, you know, I'm just gonna ‐‐

Oh, whatever!
You guys are good.


Coming in hot!

Hey, uh, can I talk to you
for a minute...



♪ if
you're bulletproof ♪

Ben: I didn't know
it was that kind of party.

♪ You mention somethin' 'bout
a room for two ♪

[ Indistinct conversations ]


I think you would have done
okay today.

What? Bombs? Mice?

Oh, you were joking.

Yeah, I'm joking.
Yeah. Of course.

Side to side.
Do the shoulder.

No, cut ‐‐
cut shoulders.

Cut shoulders.
Cut shoulders. Just feet.

Look, uh, I know that I have
a lot to learn about...

pretty much everything.

[ Chuckles ]

But you got me here.

No, you did this, Emmett.

No, I couldn't have done this
without you.

And I owe you so much.

I admire you so much.

And... I'm so grateful
for you, Travis.

[ Lee DeWyze's "Castles" plays ]

I love you.


I, um...

I am really happy for you,

you know, for how far
you've come...

for all this life
that you have ahead of you.

And I am really sorry...

that I don't love you back.

♪ Sun is going down, backs are
to the ground mid‐November ♪

Yeah. Me too.

[ Door opens, closes ]
♪ From your castle in the trees,
hear you call to me ♪

♪ I remember ♪

[ Indistinct conversations ]

♪ Oh, the things we miss ♪


What do you want?

I'm an idiot.

You were right.
I was abused.

My dad was abusive,
but that is no excuse

for what I did to you, and ‐‐

[ Inhales deeply ]

Just please, please,
please take me back.

I love you.

And I've never said that
about anyone before,

except my brother,
so it means something.

I love you, Carina.

I am sorry.
I'm sorry.

♪ Tell me, do you? ♪

[ Voice breaking ]
I'm sorry.

Just please forgive me.

Oh, my God.
Forgive her.

Sorry. Sorry.
I ‐‐ [ Sighs ]

She cheated on me
with her ex‐boyfriend.

A‐And then you throw it
in my face just to hurt me,

and what am I
supposed to do now?

Forget that?
Am I supposed to trust you?

I don't know.

I don't know.

♪ Still I know... ♪

But I'm okay spending every day
trying to convince you to.

♪ Of the meadowlark
written for me ♪

Forgive her.

I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

It just ‐‐ If you love her,
forgive her.

♪ ...we find ♪

♪ When the scars
are left behind ♪

I love you, Maya.


Come kiss me.

♪ Do you have to go?
Tell me, do you? ♪


[ Knock on door ]



[ TV chatter ]

[ Chuckles ]

[ Door closes ]
Inara: [ Chuckles ] Yeah.

What are we watching?

Uh, whatever it is, it's awful.

Right, Marcus?

[ All chuckle ]

You're getting better.


[ Both laugh ]

♪ Oh, the things,
oh, the things we miss ♪

♪ Oh, the things we miss ♪


♪ Do you have to go? ♪

♪ Do you have to go? ♪

♪ Tell me, do you? ♪

[ Chuckles ]

[ Laughs ]

♪ You don't wanna go ♪

Uh, we ‐‐

Maybe we should
look it up, yeah?

[ Laughter ]

♪ Do you have to go? ♪

♪ Do you have to go? ♪

♪ Tell me, do ya? ♪

[ Sighs ]

[ Groans ]
You were, like,
really amazing today.

Oh, I was?

That bomb squad stuff?

Damn, Miller.
[ Sighs ]


Aww, shucks.

I mean, I probably would have
done the same thing,

but like an idiot,

and you actually knew
what you were doing.

It was pretty hot.

You got to capitalize on that.

I think you should move out.

[ Laughing ]

[ "The Times They Are
a‐Changin'" plays ]

[ Chuckles ]
I, um ‐‐

I think you should
move out of the houseboat.

♪ Wherever you roam ♪

Okay, is this because
I s‐‐ I slept on your bed?

No. It ‐‐ Well ‐‐
Because [Laughs]
that was not ‐‐ I mean...


It's that and other things.

I'm seeing someone now.

You're ‐‐ You're ‐‐

You're a girl,
and it's confusing.

It's ‐‐ I'm not confused.

I mean, I'm confused right now,
but what...

♪ So you better start swimmin' ♪

We're friends, Miller.

Yes, we are,

and I want it to stay that way,

but it's just been confusing
for ‐‐ for Sasha.

It's been confusing
for Sasha.
For Sa‐‐

Okay, so you're gonna
kick me out

for some girl you've been on
three dates with?

No, no.
It's also confusing for Pru.

For Pru?
Yes, for Pru!

Okay, well ‐‐
When she gets older!

Well, then I'll leave
in two years, Miller.

What the hell?

♪ Come, writers and critics
who prophesize with your pen ♪

You have to go somewhere.

You have to find another place.

I'm grateful for all the help,

you know, with me and Pru,

but it's time.

♪ Don't speak too soon ♪

It's time.
You have to go.

♪ ...still in spin ♪

♪ And there's no tellin'
who that it's namin' ♪

♪ For the loser now ♪


♪ Will be later to win ♪

[ Door slams ]
♪ For the times,
they are a‐changin' ♪

[ Monitor beeping ]

♪ Come senators, congressmen,
please heed the call ♪

[ Groans ]

♪ Don't stand
in the doorway ♪

[ Breathing sharply ]

Aah! Aah.

[ Groaning ]

♪ Will be he
who has stalled ♪

Uh, Dr. Shepherd ordered
morphine as needed.

I‐I need it!
I need it!

I need it.

[ Groans ]
I need it!

[ Groans ]

I need it!

♪ And will rattle your walls ♪

♪ For the times,
they are a‐changin' ♪


♪ Come, mothers and fathers
throughout the land ♪

[ Sobbing ]

♪ And don't criticize
what you don't understand ♪

What's wrong, Mami?

We had a fun day today.

Sí, mi amor.
We had a beautiful day today.

♪ Your old road
is rapidly aging ♪

♪ Please get out of the new one
if you can't lend a hand ♪

♪ For the times,
they are a‐changin' ♪

[ Crickets chirping ]


♪ The line, it is drawn ♪

♪ The curse, it is cast ♪

[ Sighs ]

♪ The slow one... ♪

Oh, Andy.

It's been too long.

Your mom...
is sick, Andrea.

She's very sick.

But everything's gonna be okay.

♪ For the order
is rapidly fadin' ♪

♪ And the first one now ♪

[ Inhales sharply ]
Tía, just ‐‐ just tell me.

Just ‐‐ Just tell me.

Did my mom...


♪ They are a‐changin' ♪


[ Sighs ]