(Discussing the paramedic rotation)
Andy: I did like driving fast, that was fun.
Lisa: Good, I need a little excitement.
Andy: I'll file that away.
David: Ryan, I got a job for you. The companies that make VAD's, I need you to call them and see if they are running any clinical trials. If they are, I need you to make an appointment for me, okay?
Ryan: No can do.
David: (whispering in his ear) That's not an appropriate response.
Ryan: I'm tracking down a guy named Jim Santos, who could be a liver donor for Megan O'Hara. Dr. Jordan told me not to stop until I found him.
David: Oh, I guess I'll do this myself. (sits down at the computer, looking at the screen) How do I do this?
Ryan: Oh, uh, go to the main screen, click on vendors, then click on circulatory support devices, then click on VAD's.
David: (looking at the screen) Okay, looks like Modrotech is running a clinical trial for it's new VAD. How do I find out who the Modrotech Rep is?
Ryan: Click on Rep.
Andy: So, I spoke to the VAD supplier about that trial.
David: Did you?
Andy: Yeah, like four times. And they said it was too late to start. They wouldn't budge. What did you do?
David: Ooh, I just had to jump through some serious hoops, but it's for Kuol so…
Andy: (interrupting) Right, right, anything illegal?
David: Sometimes you just gotta do, what you got to do.
Dr. Jordan: I understand-- (tries to touch Miranda but she steps back) if you're angry.
Miranda: I'm glad you understand, because you know, my dad -- he spent a lot less time with us in Philly. And he spent a lot more time here with you.
Dr. Jordan: With his work.
Miranda: You can call it what you want. Regardless, my mom -- she still lost her mind and my dad left me to take care of her... and clean up his mess. And now I come here and learn that everybody knew this but me.
Dr. Jordan: No, that's not--
Miranda: Don't you dare tell me I am wrong.
Dr. Jordan: It's complicated.
Miranda: It's pretty clear to me.
Dr. Jordan: The administration turned down the VAD for Kuol.
Andy: Are you kidding me? Did you tell them I'd do it for free?
Dr. Jordan: As happy as they are to save a hundred bucks, that's not gonna cut it.
Andy: Yeah, funny. Let's just get it for him anyway and we'll figure it out later.
Dr. Jordan: That's not going to work this time, darin'.
Andy: Why? I know we have a fund for patients in need.
Dr. Jordan: That money has been spent and there won't be more until the next fiscal year.
Andy: He's not going to make it that far. He needs a heart, Sophia, and he should be on the list. We have to get a VAD for Kuol or he won't survive.
Dr. Jordan: Andy, we all care about Kuol.
Andy: Okay…. So, let's dig up some money for him. You're better at this than I am.
Dr. Jordan: Do you realize that accounting thinks Kuol's room has been under construction for a month, just so I could keep him in a bed.
Andy: See, you're way better.
Dr. Jordan: You can't wish this away, it's a ten thousand dollar procedure and somebody's got to pay for it or it doesn't get done. Sorry, man.
Andy: We're going to have to do a pneumonectomy. If we don't get this lung out of here, he's just going to keep bleeding.
Nurse Rehka: Taking his lung out after trauma gives him maybe a five percent chance of survival.
Andy: Okay, well, it's better than zero. So let's do it. Let's do it.
International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: November 6, 2010 on Barrandov
Slovakia: January 20, 2011 on Doma