01x15 - Heartfelt

["THIS HEART'S ON FIRE" BY WOLF PARADE PLAYING]

♪ Sometimes we rock and roll ♪

♪ Sometimes we stay at home, and it's just fine ♪

♪ This heart's on fire ♪

♪ This heart's on fire ♪

♪ This heart's on fire ♪

♪ This heart's on fire ♪

♪ I am my mother's hen ♪

MAN: Please walk around the other way.

[PLAYING THROUGH HEADPHONES]
♪ And left the body in the bed all day ♪

- What happened?
- Nothing.

They're just getting the lobby ready for the big party.

[MUSIC CONTINUES THROUGH HEADPHONES]

CLAIRE: It's an annual fundraiser.

Like a carnival?

No, it's a swanky, black-tie ball.

You think a hospital lobby is swanky?

Not yet, but add some lights, a few decorations,

and, most importantly, alcohol...

It becomes a streamer- and balloon-infested hospital lobby

with a cash bar.

[SCOFFS] It's for charity.

Better to spend the money for the cause.

Actually, it's worse.

You need to spend money to make money.

I don't like parties.

Doesn't matter.

All residents will be expected to attend

and make a donation.

This is Dr. Alex Park.

He's the last of Coyle's residents

to be reassigned to our team.

Meet doctors Jared Kalu, Claire Browne, and Shaun Murphy.

Nice to meet you.

Welcome back. How was Costa Rica?

Beaches were awesome. Monkeys were horrible.

Little bastards stole my new camera and a pair of...

How old are you?

.

That's even older than Dr. Melendez.

Dr. Murphy is a talented doctor who has autism,

which sometimes causes him to ask inappropriate questions.

No worries. Inappropriate questions can be very revealing.

I'm a late bloomer.

Park's being modest, which is very unlike him.

He was a cop for years before he went to med school.

Now that we all know each other,

Reznick and Browne have dibs on cases this week.

You make your picks?

- Yes.
- Definitely.

Is there karaoke?

And now, our all-star lineup!

Playing center, out of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

Whoo!

Spirit, stop it.

They don't have time to fool around.

I'm not fooling around.

I need to document the momentous event.

Then at least get it right.

I'm from Taipei, Taiwan.

Co-o-orrection!

From Taipei, Taiwan...

which is a believe is a suburb of Moose Jaw...

Dr. Audrey Lim!

♪ Bam, bam-bam, bawr ♪

And assisting Dr. Lim are...

two docs I've never met.

Hello.

I'm Dr. Shaun Murphy from Casper, Wyoming.

And...?

Dr. Morgan Reznick, Mill Valley, California.

Represent!

- Whoo!
- Whoo!

Okay, Spirit, that's enough.

All right, put your phone away, or it becomes my phone.

Well, folks, looks like the suits are shuttin' me down.

Thanks for all your support.

- Love you! Bye!
- [CELLPHONE CHIMES]

Sorry, but my friends insist I keep them up to date.

It's all right. It's a big day.

Spirit was born with ectopia cordis. She's been...

Why didn't they repair it when she was an infant?

They couldn't. Her rib cage was too small.

But after years of slow and steady growth...

It's time to put this baby where it belongs.

This is an interesting view.

I can see the aortic arch.

- MORGAN: Murphy.
- Oh, it's all right.

I'm used to people being curious.

I'm sure you're looking forward

to when there's nothing to be curious about.

Mm, what I'm really looking forward to is... crowds.

You like crowds?

I don't know.

I've never been in one.

I can't go to a normal school,

and my parents barely ever let me leave our house.

Well, when a small bump could stop your heart, it makes sense.

But you still have a lot of friends?

Yeah, of course.

I mean, I just can't do anything fun with them.

If you can't do anything fun,

then how did you get them to be your friend?

Well, in case you haven't noticed,

I like to talk.

- Mm, yes.
- And, uh...

We all do everything online now anyway.

The first thing I'm gonna do when I get out of here

is take all my friends to a concert.

Like, general admission, on the floor.

I don't even care who the band is,

just as long as the place is packed.

Oh, and I'm gonna hug everyone.

You've never hugged anyone?

Not even your parents?

Kissed by my parents, high-fived by my friends,

but, nope, no hugs.

It's just too risky.

Hugs make me feel trapped.

- Agh!
- Sorry.

Almost done.

Pain in the upper-right quadrant.

It's jaundice.

Bilirubin's off the chart.

WALLACE: That doesn't make sense.

He's been doing so well since the transplant.

Yeah, every check-up this year's been perfect.

Well, it could just be a temporary flare-up.

We'll increase his anti-rejection meds

and do a full liver exam.

We'll know more then.

You two, do the work-up.

And you find a new liver.

Shouldn't we wait for the biopsy result?

Not when I already know what it's gonna say.

He needs a new liver ASAP.

I mean, that's gonna be hard.

He's Blood Type O.

It's gonna be impossible.

He's lucky they were able to find the first one.

Well, he better get lucky again

because it's our only way to keep him alive.

We're screwed.

Barbara Boxer got ear barotrauma scuba-diving in Cozumel

and cannot fly for two weeks,

which means we don't have

a keynote speaker for our gala.

[CHUCKLES]

You think this is funny?

I've just never seen you anxious,

and I seriously doubt Barbara Boxer scuba-dives.

It's just an excuse.

She sent me a picture

from the hospital.

- Oh, really?
- Yeah.

Anyone can fake a photograph.

What are you doing?

I am doing a search

to see if our esteemed senator

from the great state of California

ever once... once...

talked about scuba-diving in an interview.

It doesn't matter if it's true.

What matters is that we find a replacement.

I need you to get me

a meeting with Aiden Coulter.

- Oh, Aiden Coulter?
- Yes.

Oh.

What? I sat next to him once

at an A's game.

And the story I remember is that you two

were talking smack that entire game,

and after he spilled his beer on you

and insisted on buying you a new jacket,

you refused him.

So he owes you.

Just get me a meeting.

I will handle everything from there.

Okay.

I'll see what I can do.

- Thank you.
- You're welcome.

Huh.

JARED: You'll be fine.

You've had liver biopsies before.

And they've always hurt a lot.

Please, isn't there another way?

Well, the other way, Eric, would going through your neck,

and I don't think you'd like that any more.

Eric, do you know why NBA players

all wear headphones before games?

Don't look at him. Look at me.

I need you to answer me.

Why do NBA players wear headphones before games?

I don't know.

I guess they like music.

No, they need music.

Music helps them forget about everything else

and focus on what's important...

the game.

Who's your favorite player?

Curry.

Okay.

This is the song he listens to before every game.

How do you know?

Because he's my favorite player, too.

I want you to close your eyes and focus on this.

Just this.

It's cold.

Yeah, now it is, but if you stay focused,

pretty soon, it'll stop feeling cold

and start to feel warm.

When that happens, I want you to nod your head,

and you'll feel some pressure and a small pinch.

What if it does...

Then close your eyes and focus.

You ready?

Two minutes and he'll be good to go.

How'd you know he was a basketball fan?

His shoes.

He's not wearing any shoes.

Yeah, they're in a backpack in his room.

You searched his backpack?

Well, it's, um, less invasive than a rectal,

and most of the time more useful.

Okay, Spirit, just keep still and...

And during a few parts of the exam,

we may ask you to hold your breath,

but it'll only be a few seconds.

You got it.

[WHIRRING]

You gonna buy a tux or rent one?

The fundraiser is black tie.

I have a suit.

It's new.

I bought it for my resident interviews.

It doesn't matter how new it is.

It's not a tux.

Wearing a uniform at work reassures patients.

Wearing a uniform at a party

does nothing but make you hot and uncomfortable.

This party is work.

Get a tux.

And not a crappy one from some outlet store.

Get fitted by a pro and spend a minimum of two grand.

You're gonna meet rich people who can help your career,

and they're not gonna want to help some slob in a...

I'm not a slob.

No, I am very clean

and make sure my clothes are never wrinkled.

And it's too big.

Her heart.

It's enlarged % since her last exam.

Her last exam was only six months ago.

It won't fit.

Too big.

The biopsy confirmed acute cellular rejection.

We maximized his immunosuppressives, but, uh...

I found one... a Type-O liver.

Are you sure?

Park and I checked the registry,

and there weren't any.

I found it online.

He, uh... He already tried to make a direct donation

a few months ago,

but the patient died before the surgery.

I contacted him, which wasn't easy,

but he still wants to be a donor.

That's amazing.

Great job.

What's the catch?

He wants to be a donor, but he's not on the registry?

I mean, there's got to be a catch.

He, uh... He can't be on the registry

because he is in prison.

For murder.

Actually, um, seven murders.

Boris Tirayan was

a Russian Mafia enforcer convicted of seven murders.

Who now wants to make amends.

He tried to be a donor a few months ago,

but the patient died before the red tape could be worked out.

But now that it has...

Are there any laws against an inmate becoming a donor?

No, but there is a ton of liability.

What if he attacks someone here?

He'll be guarded by state prison guards

on a separate level,

away from patients and all nonessential staff.

Everyone deserves the chance to turn their life around.

The guy wants to do something decent,

we should let him.

I don't think we owe a murderer anything.

But maybe he owes us something. He has a debt to society.

Which he would repay by donating his inner organs.

Isn't it a slippery slope

between a guy who wants to make amends

and turning our prison system

into a superstore for body parts?

A slippery slope that saves a child's life.

PARK: It'll never happen.

He's just trying to get a hospital,

where it'll be easier to escape.

You have no idea what his motivation is.

I know he's a lying sociopath

who doesn't care about anyone but himself.

He's been a model inmate for nine years,

tutors other prisoners in the library...

Yeah, because he's trying to get someone to trust him,

to give him an inch, and as soon as they do...

We got approval.

He's gonna stall, make excuses, and when he sees his chance,

someone's gonna get hurt.

I think it's worth taking that chance.

Anybody who doesn't agree, feel free to sit this one out.

MORGAN: When you started menstruating,

the increased estrogen caused pulmonary hypertension,

which isn't a surgical issue in itself,

but along with your atypical vascular system...

Your heart's grown too big.

LIM: We will control your blood pressure

so that you will keep growing but your heart won't,

and then, by the time you're , we'll able to...

No.

I'm not waiting any longer.

Spirit, honey, it will be okay.

No, it won't!

I'm sick of being stuck inside all the time.

I'm sick of this!

I don't ever want to text, call, or video chat again.

Mom, I want to be touched.

I want to be shoved.

I want to be punched.

I don't even care, just...

Please.

Please.

I want this surgery now.

I need it.

I'm sorry. You can't.

We need to get rid of all the furniture and artwork.

I get removing the paintings, but the furniture?

Don't want the prison guards sitting down on the job.

He's gonna be in full restraints,

cuffed to the bed.

Well, that's our plan,

but we also need to be prepared for his plan.

Okay, we need to get rid of the window blinds, curtain rods,

jacket hooks, and make sure there's no metal rivets

or eyelets on the mattress.

Um, what's he gonna do with a metal eyelet?

Tear it off the mattress and file it down

to cut your jugular, or bend it into a handcuff key,

or shove it into an electric socket

to create a spark and start a fire.

I've seen knives made out of toilet paper, soap, and salt

that could amputate a fat guy's femur.

Not quite sure he needed the part about the guy being fat.

[BOTH LAUGH]

So... I've been thinking.

You want to go to the fundraiser together?

It's not a prom. We don't have to bring a date.

Yeah, we don't have to.

But we can, if we want.

Everyone basically knows we're seeing each other,

but still...

I think it might be a nice opportunity

to take our relationship out into the open.

Unless you don't want to.

No, it's a good idea.

Are you sure?

Because, you know, we don't have to.

Yeah. Let's do it.

[CELLPHONES CHIME]

Let's go.

[KNOCKS ON DOOR]

What's wrong?

WALLACE: It's fine. He'll be all right.

No, I won't. I don't want a murderer's liver!

It's evil!

[SIGHS] Eric, there's no such thing

as a good or bad liver.

It's just a... just an organ.

CLAIRE: Eric, this is your only choice.

If we don't do the transplant, you will die.

ERIC: I don't want him to be a part of me,

inside me forever, all right?

I don't care what you or anybody else says, okay?

It's my body, and I don't want it!

That's ridiculous.

Personality traits aren't transferred in an organ transplant.

It's also irrelevant.

Children don't consent to surgeries...

their parents do.

But if he doesn't cooperate with the anti-rejection regimen,

we could be wasting a liver that could save someone else's life.

PARK: No one's getting saved by Tirayan.

I found a Type-A donor. It's not a perfect match, but...

His body's already rejected a perfect match.

There's no way it can tolerate an incompatible blood type.

No, the only way to save Eric

is to do the transplant with Tirayan's liver.

That is it.

We have no other option.

Let the O.R. know we're gonna need more restraints.

Dr. Clinton Ford out of Alberta

developed an experimental resorbable material.

It would allow us to expand her rib cage

and create room to fit her heart inside.

LIM: An artificial sternum.

That would actually grow along with the patient.

The surgery isn't reversible.

If it doesn't work,

we can't just move her heart back to where it was.

It would allow her to have a life.

She has a life, and she'll be healthy

as long as she stays out of crowds,

doesn't hug anyone,

or do anything where she might fall.

I get you're autistic, but I know even you realize

when a patient cries and throws her phone against the wall,

they're not happy with their current health.

There's no reason to make this personal.

There is if his medical judgment is biased.

I saw she was upset.

You saw it, but you didn't understand it.

You're very competitive.

Are you trying to make Dr. Lim think I'm biased,

or are you trying to undermine my confidence?

I'm actually trying to help you and the patient.

She wants to be able to rub elbows,

and you need to learn how to trade elbows.

The resorbable plate is experimental and risky.

But my medical judgment is that it's worth it.

Make sure she agrees and then get her prepped.

Why me?

I'm not famous, I don't know anything about medicine,

and giving the keynote speech at your fundraiser

is a steep price to pay for a beer-stained jacket.

You grew up in San Jose.

You went to San Jose State

despite being accepted by both Princeton and MIT,

and you headquartered your company here,

despite huge tax breaks offered by Chicago and Minneapolis.

And it was his favorite jacket.

Well, when I offered to have it cleaned,

he said not to bother because he didn't even like the jacket.

- He was being polite.
- Polite?

I take it you've never been to a game with him.

You did some homework, but not enough.

I love this city, but I have giving speeches.

So don't give a speech.

Tell us a story.

Like the one you told at the wrap party

at the Youth Dance company's fall musical...

the one where you got lost at the Paris catacombs.

I stand corrected.

Your success is inspiring, Aiden,

as well as your loyalty to this city.

And the fact that you're young, apparently very funny...

I'm in.

Actually, I was in as soon as Aaron told me

what you wanted to meet about.

But I was curious what your attack strategy would be.

So, how was it?

It was very effective.

Now, don't worry.

He's been a model inmate for nine years

and tutors the other prisoners in the library.

Coke nail come in handy up at Pelican Bay?

I make jewelry.

Helps me pick up the beads.

Is there a history of cancer or liver disease in your family?

I went through this a couple of months ago.

You have my file.

We need to do our own exam.

CLAIRE: And there's nothing about your family

in previous records.

Are they still alive?

They're dead to me.

Quit stalling, or we'll send you back right now.

I haven't spoken to anyone in my family since I was years old.

Last I know, uh, both my parents were healthy enough

to kick the crap out of me on a daily basis.

Any other questions?

Why do you want to do this?

Maybe I just like, uh, cute nurses and bad Jell-o.

- Why do you care?
- We don't.

As long as you do what you're told.

Don't worry.

I'm very good at following orders.

Councilman Burns must be very happy with his facelift.

He just bought another table for the fundraiser.

I aim to please, but you already knew that.

And I need to get into surgery, so stop being so coy.

What's up?

You and Isabel always seem very happy,

able to manage both your professional and personal lives.

I'm flattered you think so, but still a bit coy.

When I met with Aiden Coulter about being our keynote,

I thought there was a spark.

Okay, so now we're getting somewhere.

Surgery can wait a few minutes.

Is it... unprofessional of me to explore it?

He's not a hospital employee,

but potentially a significant donor and...

younger.

Quite a bit.

Mm-hmm.

I don't know, maybe I'm just imagining something

that doesn't even exist.

Oh, I doubt that.

You're an attractive, smart, interesting woman.

I'm sure there was a spark.

But you can't date a donor like Coulter.

Sorry.

There's no actual policy against it.

I'm not talking policy, I'm talking optics.

The last thing you want is someone thinking

you'd use s*x to get a big donation.

It's a double standard, I know,

but it's the world we live in.

I said no! I don't want it!

I thought you gave him something to calm him.

We did, but he's too agitated.

I'm gonna start him on IV midazolam now.

Eric... Eric, remember what Dr. Park said earlier about focusing?

I know you can do that.

How about we get those earbuds you had earlier?

No! Leave me alone!

Eric! Stop it.

Look at me!

Do not move.

SHAUN: You wear very stylish clothes.

Um, thank you.

I assume you mean when I'm not in surgery.

Yes. Do you think people believe you're a better doctor

because of that?

Some people.

Others probably just think I'm a show-off or arrogant, gay.

I don't care. I do it for myself.

You look good, you feel good.

Does it help you make friends?

Feeling good about yourself helps with everything.

Do you know where I can buy a stylish tuxedo?

I can pay $ , .

Okay.

Dr. Reznick says

if I want people who matter to help my career,

I need to wear a tuxedo that costs $ , to the fundraiser.

Have you talked to Glassman about this?

No. I make my own decisions now.

Murphy, people who matter will help your career

because they're impressed with your talent

and potential as a surgeon.

And I could send you to my tailor,

where you'll definitely spend two grand.

But my advice would be just rent one.

Make sure you get fitted by the manager,

and for a couple-hundred bucks, you'll be fine.

I'm gonna need you to count backwards from .

, , ...

MELENDEZ: Looks like you were wrong.

PARK: I said he'll do anything to convince us to trust him,

to let our guard down.

His eyes, they're swelling up.

So is his tongue. He's having an allergic reaction.

Stop the anaesthesia.

Give me . MGs epinephrine I.M. now.

I'm on it.

[MONITOR BEEPING RAPIDLY]

- Epi's in.
- He's hypoxic.

- We need to intubate.
- Getting a . tube.

Now!

[COUGHING]

[BREATHES SHAKILY]

You had a severe allergic reaction to the anaesthesia.

We had to intubate you and give you steroids.

You didn't do it?

JARED: We can't operate on you

if you can't breathe under anaesthesia.

You did everything you could.

The patient's parents wanted you to know

they're extremely grateful for everything you did.

Or tried to do.

You can try again.

I'm sorry, we can't.

No, you try again.

Okay? Try again?

[RESTRAINTS CLINK]

You try again.

Try again!

Try again!

PRISON GUARD: Calm down!

Try again! Try again!

PRISON GUARD # : He said calm down! Now!

[BREATHING HEAVILY]

[SIGHS]

Same old, same old, yeah?

That's the way it's always been for me.

Nothing I ever...

He's still on the top of the UNOS list,

and we're gonna be calling and rechecking

every registry and database all night.

How long do we have?

Without a new liver, maybe a day.

So, what'd you get... Hugo Boss? Armani?

SHAUN: Dr. Andrews said I should just rent one.

And you're gonna listen to him?

He's the Chief of Surgery. And he knows about clothes.

If Andrews had a son, you think he'd let him

go to an important event in a cheap rental tux?

He said people who matter

judge people based on their talent.

Yeah, that's what he tells someone else's kid.

To his own, or someone he actually respects, he tells the truth.

Cut here.

Do you respect me?

You're smart, able to memorize a ton of information, but...

no, not really.

Suction the mediastinum.

You've certainly put a lot of thought

into what someone you claim not to respect wears to a party.

Just because I don't respect him doesn't mean I don't like him.

Everyone's uncomfortable in fancy clothes

and hates kissing up to bigwigs at a fundraiser.

But they do it. They don't cower at home alone.

You use your autism as a crutch.

Okay, I think if you liked him any more, he'd have a black eye.

Make sure we're clear on that side

and the aorta isn't kinked.

The aorta isn't kinked.

Good.

Now for the moment of truth.

Position the plate.

Perfect fit.


What the hell?

What'd you do?

I don't feel nothing.

No, don't touch him.

If he can't control his bladder...

He can control himself just fine.

Nice try, but the vacation's over.

Stand up.

Re-check his cuffs first.

You're getting changed, and we're going.

Just take him like he is.

I'm not gonna get stuck in the van

for the next three hours with him like that.

Watch his hands! Watch his hands!

Put the gun down now!

You shoot me, he dies.

Now, no one is shooting anyone.

Everyone stay calm.

Give him space.

You did something good, Boris.

Don't ruin it now.

I did nothing, yeah?

I accomplished nothing!

Whatever happens next is completely in your control.

You have power, but it's not unlimited.

You're not gonna escape,

you're not just walking out of here.

But there are things, concessions,

that could make your life better.

So let's just take our time and talk.

There's no rush.

What do you want, Boris?

What do you really want?

I don't want anyone to help me.

Whatever you call it, these life-saving measures.

I... No.

No.

Do not do it.

Don't listen to her. It's your choice.

You do what you want.

Yeah.

Boris, no!

[GUNSHOT]

[RESTRAINTS RATTLE, THUD]

Let's go! Let's go! Move! Move!

Melendez is en route.

All right, ready? Let's go.

, , .

Page urology and cardio-thoracic stat.

He's dead and he has a donor card.

We're gonna take everything he can donate.

["EVERYDAY" BY NVDES PLAYING]

♪ Our love was hard to maintain, so we broke it ♪

♪ Mmm ♪

♪ But your smile reminds me that I cannot lose all of you ♪

♪ So can we can we laugh about being crazy? ♪

Thank you so much.

Your speech was perfect.

And hilarious.

Oh, you're very welcome.

And I appreciate the opportunity to help change my rep.

You have a rep?

All work and no play.

Something I'm working on changing.

Your rep or your lifestyle?

I need less stress and more fun.

Would you like to play golf sometime?

On a real course with actual grass.

Absolutely.

Would you like to dance?

I'd love to.

All right, let's go.

♪ Like it's true ♪

♪ So can we laugh about being crazy? ♪

We need to get Eric prepped right away.

- What's happening?
- Did you find a new liver donor?

Actually, it's... it's the same one.

The circumstances have changed.

This is incredible.

No, I don't want it.

Eric, when the donor found out

that he couldn't do the surgery to help you,

he became incredibly sad

because he wanted you to live more than he wanted to live.

He ended his life so that you could have his liver.

He... He knew he'd done some bad things,

and I think that this was the only way he knew

how to make amends.

I think we should try and help him.

Do you think you can do that...

help someone do something good?

Yeah.

Everything looks good.

Remember to take deep breaths

so you don't develop any lung complications,

and, obviously, avoid lifting anything too heavy

for the next few weeks.

I...

What, honey?

I want a hug.

["SMOOTH SAILIN'" BY LEON BRIDGES PLAYING]

♪ Over the horizon,
she's smooth sailin' ♪

♪ These concrete seas ♪

- JESSICA: Wow.
- ♪ Now she's headed ♪

You look like a million bucks.

No, it cost $ , .

Well, it was worth every penny.

Good investment.

Glad to see you're treating yourself.

You deserve it.

How much did your dress cost?

I don't remember.

And just so you know, that's not the best question

for an event like this.

Why not?

I don't know. It just isn't.

Okay.

Can I buy you a drink?

I don't like tequila anymore.

It makes me vomit.

Well, okay. They have other choices.

A glass of wine or a soda?

No, thank you.

Uh, that's a partner at a firm

that did some pro bono work for us last month,

so I have to go thank him.

Okay. Bye.

♪ I won't wear you down ♪

♪ No, honey, I won't ♪

♪ Wear you down ♪

♪ She's smooth ♪

Hello.

Hello.

- [CHUCKLES]
- ♪ Smooth sailin' ♪

♪ Smooth sailin' ♪

♪ She's smooth ♪

♪ Smooooth, darling ♪

There you are.

And nicely done.

You got the look.

Now you got to put it to use.

There's work to do.

Mingle.

Okay.

I see you, Dr. Chen.

She runs the Rivington Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic.

I wonder who brought her here.

I don't know.

Mingle.

You still think people can't change?

He didn't.

He's an assassin who murdered people for money.

Today was just one more cold-blooded killing.

You helped him sacrifice his life

so that he could save someone else.

I am not a fan of what you did,

even if it did prove...

He didn't sacrifice anything.

He died a long time ago.

His crew is probably gone.

In prison, he was a nobody.

And now? He lives on as a hero

to Eric's family, to the press, to you.

[SIGHS]

Jaundice is improving.

Edema's resolving, too.

His vitals look good.

It's been a great night.

Three other lives were saved, as well.

Does his parents know what he did?

I want to send them a card.

I know they're gonna be sad, but...

I want to tell them I'll take good care of their son's liver.

I think that's a great idea.

[LAUGHING]

["GOOD TIME" BY EARL ST. CLAIR PLAYING]

Wow.

This is impressive.

It's kind of like prom, but without the acne.

[CHUCKLES]

And with a DJ that played the MGM Grand last week.

Would you do me the honor?

♪ On the floor ♪

♪ I bet you think you look cool ♪

Classy.

I brought my A-game.

♪ They don't play no more slow cuts ♪

♪ Everything is turned up ♪

♪ I bet you think you look cool ♪

- ♪ Look cool ♪
- ♪ Unh ♪

♪ I'm not the one to rain on parades ♪

♪ But you in the club in some shades ♪

♪ What is goin' on now, a day

♪ Now a day

[MUFFLED] ♪ This is why I stay in the house ♪

♪ I'm better off parked on the couch ♪

[MUFFLED CONVERSATIONS, LAUGHTER]

[MUFFLED MUSIC CONTINUES]

- Take a picture.
- Ooh, you look great!

[WOMAN LAUGHS]

[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS CONTINUE]

♪ When I go out, go out

♪ Put on my Sunday best and show out ♪

♪ Show out

♪ I just wanna have a good time ♪

♪ Good time, good time

♪ I just wanna have a good time ♪

♪ Good time, good time ♪

♪ I just wanna have a good time ♪

♪ Oh, yeah ♪

♪ I just wanna have a good time ♪

♪ I just wanna have a good time ♪

The first little while is the hardest,

and then you move on.

You never did.

Well, that's true.

Doesn't mean you don't have to.

Maybe.

Thank you.

Well, what are you gonna do?

Are you gonna sit around and mope?

At least try.

How do I do that?

- I don't know.
- [CHUCKLES]

If I knew, I would have done it.

Let's dance.

Okay. That would be lovely.

♪ This is why I stay in the house ♪

SPIRIT: Don't be shy. You can't hurt me.

Look! I have a bionic sternum!

[LAUGHTER]

Ooh, you smell good, Jenny.

What is that... strawberry?

Strawberry mango. It comes with a lip gloss.

I got it at the mall.

We can go together!

[LAUGHS] It's a plan!

Let's all go!

WOMAN: You know what, let's take a selfie.

[YOUNG WOMEN ALL EXCLAIMING "YES!"]

That's a great idea. Bring it in.

Bring it in, guys! Closer!

- Peace sign!
- Cheese!

- [GIGGLING]
- [CELLPHONE CAMERA CLICKS]

- Yay!
- Okay.

- That was so funny.
- [GIGGLING]

♪ This ghost of mine, I hope that it follows you ♪

["TOUCH" BY SHURA PLAYING]

Okay.

[CHUCKLES]

- ♪ There's a love between us still ♪
- Remember this?

Should I?

[CHUCKLES]

You really don't remember?

No.

[SCOFFS]

What's wrong?

It's the song that played

during our first overnight at the hospital.

♪ I wanna touch you, but I'm too late ♪

We had our first kiss to this song.

♪ I wanna touch you, but there's history ♪

I'm sorry.

It's been a long day.

Yeah.

Jared, it doesn't mean anything.

Yeah, it does.

♪ There's a love between us still ♪

I love you, Claire.

You never loved me.

Now, I thought that maybe someday that would change, but...

it won't.

♪ But I know I'm out of my mind ♪

Bye, Claire.

♪ There's a love between us still ♪

♪ But something's changed, and I don't know why ♪

♪ Never felt so close, but now I know it's over ♪

♪ And all I wanna do is go home with you ♪

["SURROUND ME" BY LÉON PLAYING]

♪ The lights go down ♪

♪ I want you around me ♪

♪ Oh, oh, oh ♪

♪ Ohh-oh ♪

♪ Don't overthink it ♪

♪ Just finish up your drink ♪

♪ And surround me ♪

DR. LEVY: I have applications for fellows,

not one of them has a clue how to write an...

Hello.

I'm Dr. Shaun Murphy.

I'm a resident here.

♪ Surround me ♪

I'm Dr. Jake Levy, surgical oncology.

Toby Yang, pathology.

May Curtis, ortho.

♪ Surround me ♪

♪ Surround me ♪

Okay.

Apparently I was wrong.

I told Dr. Murphy he'd be fine renting a tuxedo.

Clearly, he chose not to listen.

[CHUCKLES] I'm sorry.

Don't be. You look fantastic.

What is it... Armani?

Yes, it cost...

No, whatever you paid for it, it was worth it.

How's the golf game, Jake?

- Oh, same as always.
- Mm.

I know how that is.

You play golf, Murphy?

I have, but I don't like it.

[LAUGHTER]

None... None of us do.

You know what they say... "Golf is a good walk spoiled."

[LAUGHTER]

Yes.

♪ Surround me ♪

♪ So don't let me go ♪

♪ No, don't let me go ♪

♪ Surround me ♪

♪ Surround me ♪