Lily: Um, that's like the fourth time that you've had to revive him tonight. Is that normal?
Meredith: His body has been through a lot.
Lily: What are those tubes for?
Meredith: Ah, his body is filling with fluid, and those tubes are draining it.
Lily: And that... thing. That's making noise?
Meredith: It's a ventilator. It's breathing for him.
Lily: Is he gonna wake up? You can tell me, I can take it.
Meredith: I have no way to know that.
Lily: What do you know?
Meredith: I know that... We haven't been able to take him off of the life support. And I know that it's very hard on his body every time that we try and revive him and it's taking longer and longer each time that we try. And his kidney tests are elevated.
Lily: Which means what?
Meredith: Which means that... his-- his organs are starting to fail, one by one.
Lily: You asked me about extrodinary measures before, that if my parents ever talked to me about them. What you're doing to my dad, are those extrodinary mea--
Meredith: They are.
Lily: I think that you should stop.
Meredith: It's not that simple. And it's not your call. You're his child--
Lily: I'm not a child, not anymore. I turned eighteen four hours ago. Today's my birthday. And I've watched you torture my dad for the past six. So I'm the head of the family now, and it's my job. If you take him off the machines and he lives, then he lives. But if you don't... then at least we let him go in peace. You gotta stop. (crying) Please.
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