Kroll's efficiency boosting methods prove pretty invasive. A TV crew chooses Harper as spokesperson for a documentary. Wyatt takes a personal interest in two high-risk patients. Omari is warned his moonlighting could compromise his job. Their path keeps crossing that of the police. Written by
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You don't have to. You will have already been left behind.
Yeah, along with the patients. You know that kid, from the other day, the swimmer? The one we saved? He has a good long life, a family, kids, maybe one of them will discover a cure for AIDS or run a 3:40 mile. You look into the patient's eyes and in that moment you know. You know. The only thing that stands between them and the big sleep. You need medics like us, Kroll. We may not shave everyday, or shine our shoes, but we fight the ...