Dr. Manning and Dr. Rhodes separately treat complicated cases involving sick babies, only to uncover that the two cases could actually be intertwined. Elsewhere, Dr. Halstead and Dr. Charles treat a homeless man with an upbeat disposition who sheds some valuable insight that prompts one of the doctors to learn a thing or two along the way. Dr. Choi has a Navy corpsman follow him for the day as they deal with the toll of gang violence in the city, while Dr. Reese tries to understand the delicate balance required in her new position.
Did You Know?
It's mentioned that Dr. Halstead's patient, Mr. McGregor, is a Cubs fan. About a month after the episode aired, the Cubs won the World Series for the first time since 1908. See more
We know this episode takes place on August 1 because Dr. Choi is pictured writing the date in his journal, yet at a certain point, Dr. Reese asks her boyfriend, Joey, how the Bears are doing. The NFL regular season doesn't begin until the second or third week of September, and even the first preseason game isn't until the second week of August (August 11 in the Bears' 2016 schedule), so why doesn't Joey say something like, "It's not even football season"? See more
Dr. Sarah Reese
You've created a monster, you know that? Turns out the English language is primarily comprised of buzzwords for borderline personality disorders. And now that I know them, I can't have a conversation without immediately seeing the psych in people, which is clearly an impulsive reaction, which, by the way, could also suggest a borderline personality disorder. I mean, I... I... I can't even not analyze myself. And now I'm using double negatives.
Dr. Daniel Charles
You're a first year psych resident. Compulsive ...