The Listener


Season 3, Ep 10, Aired 8/22/12
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  • Episode Description
  • When three patients in Emergency suffer similar life-threatening symptoms, Olivia places the hospital on lock-down. As patients begin dying, Sandy and Oz assist with emergency treatments while Toby, Michelle and Dev race to find Patient Zero and a biotech firm works on an antidote. The case takes a dramatic turn for Toby when Olivia herself contracts the virus while working heroically to save as many lives as she can.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Craig Olejnik

    Toby Logan

  • Lauren Lee Smith

    Sgt. Michelle McCluskey

  • Ennis Esmer

    Osman "Oz" Bey

  • Mylene Dinh-Robic

    Dr. Olivia Fawcett

  • Rainbow Sun Francks

    Corporal Dev Clark

  • Fan Reviews (3)
  • Two hours of tears.

    By t-anajevic, Aug 26, 2012

  • Why? ** SPOILERS **

    By karlmeszaros, Aug 23, 2012

  • SO SAD!

    By MarissaAmaral, Aug 23, 2012

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Olivia: (while having a break) Why don't we do this more often?
      Toby: IIB, EMS, ER, probably a few other acronyms I can't remember right now.
      Olivia: When did we get so busy?
      Toby: I don't know. I don't know. One minute I'm riding on the ambulance with Oz, listening to terrible jokes. Next thing you know, I'm chasing bad dudes all over town. What is that?
      Olivia: And my life as a carefree intern turned into 18-hour days in an overcrowded, under-funded ER.
      Toby: These are the days of our lives. (both laugh)

    • Olivia: Listen, can you do me a favor and help Sandy keep people calm out there? I can't do anything from in here.
      Oz: OK, Liv, can you just please take care of yourself. You're currently the only doctor who doesn't run the other way when they see me coming.
      Olivia: I didn't know that was an option.

    • Oz: How are you feeling? Olivia: Like I got hit by a bus. Oz: Well, at least you didn't get hit by one of those trucks that carry cars around. Right? That'd be much worse. You know 'cause they're bigger probably hurt more.

    • Oz: Hey, how you holding up?
      Sandy: Still on the right side of the barrier. You?
      Oz: Well, it's not exactly how I thought I'd be spending my evening.
      Sandy: (smiles) Yeah! I'm looking forward to catching up with that.
      Oz: I bet you wish you stayed in Africa.
      Sandy: There's diseases everywhere. If I'm going to get sick, I'm glad I'm with you.
      Oz: Thanks, I think.

    • Oz: You know, you found the cure, right? You saved a lot of people's lives.
      Toby: Yeah, except the one that I cared about.

    Notes (3)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Norway - Friday, September 14th, 2012 on FEM at 8:30 PM

    • Music:
      Say Goodbye (I Won't Even) by Adaline from the album Modern Romantics. (closing montage)

    • Actual Roles from the Program's Credits
      Robin Johnston (Production Executive for Bell Media)
      Sally Basmajian (Vice President & General Manager, Comedy & Drama)
      Catherine MacLeod (Vice President, Specialy Channels)
      Glenn Warner (2nd Unit DOP)
      Cudah Andarawewa ('A' Camera Operator)
      Rich Green (1st Assistant Camera)
      Jeffrey Hohener ('B' Camera Operator)
      Andrew Macklin (1st Assistant 'B' Camera)
      Mark Tardif (2nd Assistant 'B' Camera)
      Mike Kilby (Camera Trainee)
      Jacques Raphoz, Hiep Pham, Deirdre Hughes (1st Assistant Art Directors)
      Lucy Veale (Business Affairs Coordinator)
      Sarah MacKinnon (Manager, Production Affairs)
      Chris Comrie, Hope Faith White (1st Assistant Accountants)
      Deb Burgess (Set Buyer)
      Friday Myers (Props Buyer)
      Nicola Moss (Assistant Property Master)
      Dan Wallace (Best Boy Electric)
      Tyler Sellers (Best Boy Grip)
      Steve Willetts (Key Scenic)
      Mario Tassone (Unit Publicist)
      Chad Glastonbury (1st Assistant Picture Editor)
      Mark Kueper (Colorist)
      Claire Dobson (Assistant Sound Editor)

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    • missinumyson3 Feb 01, 2015

      What was the name of the song that played at the end