When Teddy's patient seeks to end treatment and her life, she turns to Hunt for help. The situation triggers Hunt's memories of his life at war and his past relationship with Teddy. Meanwhile, Callie and Arizona have a difference in opinion on what their future holds, and Richard tries to adjust to his role as a surgeon. Written by
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The title of this episode derives from the Johnny Mandel song written for the film MASH (1970) (and later used as the theme for the MASH TV series (1972)) which focuses on a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during the Korean War. This episode centers around Owen's flashback to his time as an Army surgeon in Iraq. See more
Although Washington state is one of three states allowing physician assisted suicide the situation is false. First, the second patient request has to be in writing not given orally as shown. Second, there must be two witnesses as they say; however, one of the witnesses must not be related to the patient OR be employed by a health care facility. Dr. Altman asks Dr. Hunt to sign because it is necessary for 2 doctors to sign off on it, but they still need 2 witnesses. We never saw the second witness. See more
[a nurse walks out of the operating room
Dr. Richard Webber
If I wasn't happily married, I'd hit her. I'd hit her hard.
Dr. Alex Karev
Sir, I think what you wanted to say was hit *that*.
References Happy Days
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