Hawthorne

Season 1 Episode 6

Trust Me

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Jul 21, 2009 on TNT
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Camille nearly gets in big trouble after driving Ryan's car (with only a permit) to the hospital. Ryan is thought to only have heartburn but his condition gets worse.

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  • Camille's friend Ryan is thought to only have heartburn but his condition gets worse. Meanwhile Isabelle's son is assigned to another family.

    7.5
    I liked this episode. This time was really hard for Christina to deal with her daughter's problems, Isabelle's little Moses and a hundreds of patients at the ER.

    I loved the final dialogue among Christina, Tom and the big chief: you can see that friendship between Tom and Christina is more important than job, for them.

    And of course this one is priceless: "When did you two have sex?" (Bobbie).

    The revelation about Ryan's father was a bit shocking, but I must admit I was waiting for something like that. And I think Christina did the right thing at the end, even if that man deserved a lesson.

    And the thing about the crazy patient talking with Ray was already seen: there's an episode in E.R. where a man pretend to be a doctor who's making a study about relatioships in hospitals and at the end we find out that he's only a crazy patient escaped...moreless
Rebecca Field

Rebecca Field

Susan Winters

Guest Star

Eli Goodman

Eli Goodman

Dr. Alan Spitzer

Guest Star

James Morrison

James Morrison

John Morrissey

Guest Star

Aisha Hinds

Aisha Hinds

Isabel Walsh

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Christina: Why didn't you just tell me?
      John Morrissey: I don't trust you.
      Christina: Great.
      Tom: Why didn't you tell me?
      John Morrissey: You'd tell her.

    • John Morrissey: The city pulled the plug on Sacred Heart's emergency services. When a hospital can't meet its budget, it's sold for parts. I told the mayor we'd take the inventory.
      Christina: Are we talking about people or washing machines?

    • Christina: Look, I need to ask you a question. Can you be honest with me?
      Camille: Am I sleeping with him? No.
      Christina: Uh, not exactly where I was headed, but good to know.

    • Mr. Deegan: You got the heat on in here? Turn in up a bit, I can poach an egg in my pants.
      Candy: Yum.

    • Tom: Are you familiar with cardio-ablation?
      Michael Schilling: Vaguely. I'm an ENT, not a cardiologist.
      Tom: Well, it's relatively non-invasive. We insert a catheter and basically just short-circuit the damaged heart tissue.
      Michael Schilling: This is nonsense. I want a second opinion.
      Tom: I'll call down the electro-physiologist. But you can expect the same nonsense from him.

    • Michael Schilling: We're leaving. Get us discharge forms. I'm calling an ambulance.
      Tom: To go where?
      Michael Schilling: ('him' referring to his sick son) St. Albans. My practice is there. You think I'm gonna leave him here in Calcutta?

    • Christina: (referring to Nick) You had sex with that man.
      Bobbie: What are you, an intercourse psychic now?

    • Christina: Camille, we're all we got. You have got to stop lying to me. And then I'll get off your ass.
      Camille: You know, if you trusted me, I wouldn't have to lie to you.
      Christina: Well, if you hadn't started lying, then I wouldn't have had to stop trusting you.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Camille: Take me out?... I'm not asking you to take me out. It's this song, 'Take Me Out'. Scottish band?

      "Take Me Out", which ranked No.3 in the UK charts, was the second single of the Scottish rock band Franz Ferdinand.

    • Ray: This guy over here, he's with the dispatch. He's doing an expose about this place on the Sunday paper. I'm his deep throat.
      Candy: Ewww!

      While Ray was alluding to the pseudonym of the anonymous informant who fed Bob Woodward information regarding the role of former US President Richard Nixon in the Watergate scandal, Candy was thinking about a particular sex act depicted in the 1972 pornographic film Deep Throat.

    • Alex Lewison: If you go on record, they will run your photo. You could be just like Julia Roberts in that lawsuit movie.

      In 2000, Julia Roberts played the title character in Erin Brockovich, a drama film based on the true story of a legal clerk who won a multi-million dollar case settlement with the behemoth energy corporation Pacific Gas and Electric Company.

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