Michael must decide if it is worth risking his practice to save a patient's life. Meanwhile, he courts Evan "E-Mo" Morris, a neuropsychiatrist to join his practice after E-Mo determines a patient's diagnosis by reading her body language.
Did You Know?
When Michael is intubating the little boy, he says he can see the glottis but not the vocal cords. By definition, the glottis is not a body part, but a space that comes into being when the vocal cords are apart. If he could see the glottis, then he wouldn't have needed to intubate. See more
[clutching the search warrant
You're not going anywhere until I'm done reading this. Now go back to reception. We got magazines.
Agent Frank Zyckner
Ma'am, you'll move or I'll move you.
Please lay a finger on me. I haven't cold-cocked anyone this week.