Greene: Probably the best part of my job is that sometimes, working here, you can repair some of the violence. Some of the bad things that happen to people. Not always. We couldn't do much for that guy who was paralyzed. Probably on a vent for the rest of his life. I guess we did save the kid that he was trying to help. So his sacrifice wasn't for nothing. And yes, I was attacked myself right here in this very hospital. They haven't been able to catch the guy who did it, or at least, they haven't been able to charge anyone. The worst thing about it isn't what it did to me. The worst thing is that it meant that some of the world's violence has leaked into our own ER. This is meant to be a safe place for fixing people. Now it's vulnerable. And as an ER doctor, that's hard to accept.
Aggie: It sounds frightening. Are you scared?
Greene: Sure. Of, uh, losing control.
Aggie: Control of what's outside?
Greene: And what's in me. (long pause) Is that enough?
Greene: Then turn it off!