T.C. is still suspended but insists on taking his surgical team to man bleeding to death crushed under an elevator, which Jordan gets Scott do handle despite great risks for them and the hospital. Back after a torturous cancer treatment, administrator Michael Ragosa has enrolled in medical school again, insists on joining a night shift and throws his resignation into his boss's face, only to regret that fast. Army veteran Dr. Joey Chavez makes a cheerful entrance. Drew and on orderly mate's insistence at discretion costs them cruel pranks. An Asia couple is brought in, impaled together.
Did You Know?
Ragosa begins work as a Physician Assistant. Even though his position as late shift administrator required his involvement nearly every week in Season 1, his replacement is never seen in Season 2. See more
The guard at the courthouse said the man was stuck in the elevator and panicked about being late for something, so he tried to squeeze his way out. However, it shows him crushed between the bottom of the elevator floor and the elevator shaft. If he had been stuck in the elevator and tried to squeeze out, his body would be lying within the elevator (between the roof and the elevator car), not within the open elevator shaft. See more
I did it because, um, I wanted to do one decent thing in this job before I quit.
Yeah. I quit. I don't wanna do this job anymore. I had a piece of my brain removed to give to my tumor. Most people could barely recite the alphabet after that, but I have all of my faculties and I refuse to push paper at a place where everybody hates me! Aaaah, this feels so good. You have no idea how good it feels to finally do what you want to do. Yes, yes. I quit and I could not be happier.