01x09 - Dr. Chaudhary

Episode transcripts for the TV show "Station Eleven". Aired: December 16, 2021 to present.
Mini-series based on the 2014 novel of the same name tells a story a group of survivors 20 years after a flu pandemic resulted in the collapse of civilization.
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01x09 - Dr. Chaudhary

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Who are you?

♪ ♪

Who was that?

I don't know.

But we're not snowed-in anymore.

Someone plowed the road.

♪ ♪


Crazy about the plow, right?

I hate the road.


how many people have we seen now

since we've been here, seven?

Plow guy,

the guy in the cornfields
last summer who ran away,

the two bandana meth guys...

Mm, the lady with no eyes.

Lady with no eyes.

Oh, and the two old
people on the Jet Ski.

They were great.

We need protein.

[g*n fires]

Good sh*t.

♪ ♪

Now that the road's open,

maybe we can go scavenging again.

I don't want to leave.

It's not safe.

Too isolated here.

[wolf howling]

I didn't promise, Frank.

She doesn't even like me.


She'd rather read a book.

Is anybody out there?

Hello? Somebody's here, hi.

Wow, you sound so clear.

You too.

Where are you?

Uh... [laughs]

I don't really know.

[sniffs] Uh...


In the woods.

Walked across the ice last year

and just kind of found this place.

Where are you?

By the water.

I'm looking for a doctor.

We really need help here.

I'm a doctor.


Family doctor. It's in the family.

Okay, so...


Maybe if you...

Hello? What's your name?

I'm Jeevan Chaudhary.

Hello? [Kn*fe thuds]

Frank told me your nickname.

What nickname?

Leavin' Jeevan.

You are getting so good.

Are you leavin', Jeevan?


I wish you hadn't kept that Kn*fe.

[Kn*fe thuds]

f*ck you, Frank.

♪ ♪

Pebble Symbol, this
is White Blossom, over.

Pebble Symbol?


Blossom, this is Symbol. Copy.

See anything?

You holding up three fingers.


And I...



Wan... now I...

Pretty... pretty weird.

Crys... and one of the cryst...

One of the cryst... and I want

one of the crystals
that... Playing with.

[soft music]

♪ ♪

I really, really, really,
really, really, really,

really, really, really
want hair down to my legs.

And I want one of those crystals

that we were playing with today.

A necklace with a shell on it.

I really, really, really,
really, really, really,

really, really, really
want hair down to my legs.

And I want one of those crystals that...

What did I call you right now?

A necklace with a shell on it.

I really, really, really,
really, really, really

really, really, really want... okay.

Right now... okay.

Mom got really mad at me today.

Crystals that we were
playing with today.

A necklace with a shell on it.

I really, really,
really, really... okay.

Really want...

The most terrible day,
and I'm sitting in my car.

It's dark... but I have to...
And I thought I'd call you

and check... hear your voice.

Mom got really mad at me today.

[voices overlapping]

I'm having the most
terrible day, and I...

♪ ♪

Sitting in my car...

Mom got really mad today.

I'm having the most terrible day.


Check out this wig.

Dr. Chaudhary?

[g*n fires]


[tense music]

♪ ♪

- _
- What is that, a popsicle stick?




♪ ♪

sh**t her. Kirsten, sh**t her!

Kirsten, sh**t her right now!

Kirsten! Where are you?

Kirsten, answer me!

Are you mad at me?

Your reading is out of control.

I'm sorry. I should
have been watching.

You're supposed to say that first.

I found this thing.

It makes a power outlet
out of a car battery.

So if it works,

you can charge your phone.

Maybe we can watch a movie.


- She was number eight.
- Huh?

The lady who h*t you with
a beanbag in the head.

Oh, right.

She was number eight on
the list of other people.

Right, right.

You know, we actually missed one.

Beanbag lady, she's
actually number nine.

Who did we miss?

I put a snare over there.

You know, the dad back
there, he was d*ad.

But I think he d*ed later,
'cause the mom and the kids,

they were in the bed,
but he was on the couch.

Way more flesh.

Made a song out of his kid.

Think he was a DJ.

[tense music]

♪ ♪

Big Daddy ate our rabbit.

- Well, what now?
- I gotta get up early.

Why don't we just forget it?

What, home?

Hey, you wanna go to my house?

No, thanks.

- You wanna eat?
- No.

What do you want to do? Anything.

You can charge your phone now.

I'm good.

I can't stay here for the winter.

You need other kids.

I need other adults.

[groans] My head.

Where's my book?

I don't know. Side pocket?

What did you do?

Did you take it?

You took it when I went
to check the snare.


You can't go out.

I don't have to listen to you.

You are not going, God damn it!

I'm sorry. It's just my head.

Why are you so mad at me?

I'm not...

Whatever happens to you is my fault.

I haven't made a single choice
for myself since I met you.

I was just supposed to walk you home.

You made us leave Frank's.

Yeah, but we waited too long.

We stayed for your f*ck' play.

[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

Don't worry.

It's still in the Ziplock.

♪ ♪

You had to keep "Leavin' Jeevan" alive?

Couldn't resist?

We talked. She asked about you.

Put a little "f*ck you" in her pocket

on the way out the door?

"Just remember, Kirsten,
he's unreliable."

♪ ♪

I never thought that.

- Where are you going?
- To get her book.


[wolf growling]

Ah, ah, ah, ah!

Ah! [grunting]




[dramatic music]








So pretentious!

[soft music]






[engine rumbling]

[tense music]

What happened to you?




Hi. [laughs]

Where am I?

Let me get Terry. f*ck.


[over intercom] Terry, he's awake.

Beds and Birthing. He's not d*ad.

[indistinct whispering]

Okay, no gaper's block. Beep-beep.

Good morning.


You've been shanghaied.

How's the head?

Is this the afterlife?


Life's comeback.

I'm Terry.

- I don't...
- It's a solstice miracle.

Lara delivered you to us.

I needed another doctor,
or I knew I'd end up

with a mass grave out back
in the employee parking lot.

What were you doing days ago?

- There's a little girl.
- The vernal equinox.

Lady, I gotta f*cking go.


There's a nine-year-old
girl in the cabin.


No, no, please, lady. [groans]

These women are heroes.

We lost close to billion last year.

Next week, we get or
post-pandemic babies back.

It's a f*ck' time b*mb of joy.

And I need your help. Yeah.

I need another doctor.

I'm not a doctor.

Yeah, yeah, good.

You're a doctor.

He needs to sleep. Back to work.

Nancy, latex glove duty
today. And, Evelyn, stir-fry.

Blackout Baby Boom of ' .

Power fails for hours
from Ontario to New York.

Exactly nine months later, to the day,

there's an enormous spike
in births across the region.

Maternity wards are overwhelmed.

There's only one problem.

The story I just told you is not true.


I don't know what
the f*ck you're talking about!

I have a dozen women
in this birth center

who are prenatally synchronized.

I don't care!

And I believe every single
one of them will give birth

at the exact same time in four days.

I don't know you!

I don't know any of these people!

Sorry about the amputation.

You would have d*ed.

[gasping] No.


I didn't know you had a kid.

How do you know my name?

HAM radio.

You said you were alone.

I was...

Can you help?

I went back the second that I heard it.

There was no one there, Jeevan.

Made you a pair of socks.


Lights are back!

All right, you got this, sweetie.

- [groaning]
- Hang in there.

- Okay, here we go.
- [groaning]

Come on, come on. Breathe, breathe.

Let's get the monitor set up.


Grab my hand.

You're the one who's
pretending to be a doctor?


[soft music]

If you see someone named Dave,

tell him to get here already.


Hey, hey!

Is this the place?

The ba... the baby place?

Coochie, coochie,
coochie, coochie, coochie.

Was I right? You didn't feel it?

It's incredible.

Mom, your baby's coming out today.


She needs help.

- Sweetie, can you hear us?
- Would you give me a hand?

- Let's get her warmed up.
- Yeah.

[indistinct chatter]

Would you like to assist?



But I'll observe.

[TLC's "Creep"]

♪ Yes, it's me again. ♪

♪ And I'm back, a-ha, whoo. ♪

♪ Creep oh I, oh I, oh I ♪

♪ Baby, creep, oh I, oh I, oh I ♪

♪ Yeah, creep, oh I, oh I, oh I ♪

♪ Baby, creep, oh I, oh I, oh I ♪

♪ Yeah, creep, the nd of loneliness ♪

♪ And we've been through
so many things ♪

♪ ♪

♪ I love my man with all honesty ♪

♪ But I know he's cheating on me ♪

Yeah, come on, come on now.

Oh, come on, come on.
Come on, come on, come on.

Did you really go?


Maybe she'll circle back.

Come on. Just for a little.

♪ So I creep, yeah, just
keep it on the down low ♪

♪ Said nobody is supposed to know ♪

♪ So I creep, yeah, 'cause ♪

I'm sorry about the foot.

♪ And no attention goes to show ♪

What mauled you?

A wolf.

And who was the girl?

Just someone I ended up with.

♪ The day he pushes me away ♪

I got fired by Good
Samaritan in Pittsburgh.

I ran a Ponzi scheme with the orderlies.

Lost my medical license.


I was home when every other doctor d*ed.

And then my husband.

My sister was a doctor.

And my brother...

d*ed right in front of me.

Then you're already qualified.

The courage to bear
witness to death is the job,

the courage to be there.

I don't want anybody else to die.

Or get hurt, or be in pain.

Where's your cookie?

I ate it.

That was an example of five centimeters.

Don't worry. We have more.

♪ So I creep, yeah ♪

♪ Just keep it on the down low ♪

Who are you waiting for?


Just someone I ended up with.

We need new words.

Who was the last person you met before?

[soft music]

Who was the first person you met after?


Cannot wait until my clothes fit again.

What, Jeevan?

I need help.

What are we doing?

Are we hugging?


You okay?

What's it like being pregnant?

It's good.


There's a person inside me.

I don't like strangers.

[soft vocalizing]

- [groaning]
- Nancy.




Let's get you over to the beds.
We're all set up.

[groans] That was a big one.

You're doing really well.

- Did you find Nancy?
- [baby crying]

Yeah, we're coming!

- This is hard.
- [moaning]

You just gotta keep breathing.

I think. Okay.



Okay, come on. You got this.

Breathe, breathe, Flora.
Breathe, Flora, breathe.

Yes, we're almost there.
We're almost there.

Flora, I need one more
push. That's all I need.

One more push. You got this!

- Come on, come on, Mama!
- [groans]

Yes, yes! Yes, there we go.

It's okay. There you go.

There's your baby. Yeah.

[cheery string music]

♪ ♪

Great job, yeah! [laughing]

Go help someone, Jeevan.

Great job.


- Can you hold her?
- Yeah.

I think there's two.

Two, like twins? Okay.

Terry wasn't sure.

Hi, hi, can I help?

Well, you're in labor.

I can be in labor and still help.

It's a girl.

- Cut the cord.
- Oh, yeah, yeah.

- Ready?
- Ready.



Okay, okay. It's all right. I'm fine.

I'm fine. We're good.

- I'm fine.
- Go, I'll stay with her.

Go find someone who needs help.

All right.

I'm okay. I'm okay.



Okay, yeah.

Okay? No? Okay, all right.

You just gotta breathe.

Just keep breathing. That's it.

Deep breaths. Like that.

You're doing great,
Jeevan. You're doing great.

Thank you... you're doing great.


Coming? Okay.


Yeah, just remember,

whatever noise makes you feel powerful.

Okay, Gwen, you got it.

Okay, deep breath. I think.

- All right.
- [groans]

Here it comes. Just keep breathing.

Keep pushing, and you're
gonna meet your baby.



Ready? One big push, okay?

You got it.

Here it comes, okay?

You gotta breathe. Push.

Just keep taking deep breaths, okay?


It's beautiful.

That's a beautiful baby.

Okay, okay.

It's so beautiful.

Oh, it's all you.


Jeevan, I need you!

Yeah. Be okay.


Dystocia. I missed it.

The baby's stuck. The tilt is bad.

I can help her. You need to be here.


His shoulder is stuck,
Rose. I need to turn him.

But I can't turn him with too much force

because you will crush the baby's bones,

and you will feel it happening.


What's happening?

I don't know.

- It's okay.
- Okay, okay.

- It's okay.
- Okay.



- Is-is Dave here?
- No, no, no, not yet.

But you're gonna see him.


Is my baby gonna die?

You're doing great.

You're helping.

Breathe, Rose. Come on.

- Okay, okay.
- Come on, Rose.


[baby crying]

You know, you don't have
to still keep pretending

- _
- that you're like a medical doctor.

I'm not pretending.

You're a healer.

How's your stranger?

He's good.

This is... I'm not good at this.


This is very hard on one leg.

Hey, I'm going by your place tomorrow

on my way to Delano.

Need a ride?

Who's that?

- He just got here.
- [baby crying]

She's telling him Rose didn't make it.

But the baby lived.

[baby crying]

She delivered.

Dr. Chaudhary helped Rose feel safer.

Thank you.

If I leave the baby here, will it die?

More likely she'll die
if she goes with you.

David, I'm sorry to say that.

[baby crying]

I'll find someone.

Mothers will keep coming here.

You wanna see Rose before you go?

There's no before.

Well, I guess he's not the father.

So many orphans in this world.

I love goodbyes.

Death's worse. Did
surgery to your jacket.

Names are funny.

When my husband d*ed, I figured why not?

Take his name. You'll miss him less.

So what's your real name?


I didn't know which one you preferred.


Guess you're both.

[Orchestral Manoeuvres in
the Dark's "If You Leave"]

♪ ♪

You ready?


Thank you!

♪ If you leave, don't leave now ♪

♪ Please don't take my heart away ♪

♪ Promise me just one more night ♪

♪ Then we'll go our separate ways ♪

♪ We've always had time on our sides ♪

♪ Now it's fading fast ♪

♪ Every second, every moment ♪

♪ We've got to,
we've gotta make it last ♪

♪ I touch you once, I touch you twice ♪

[music stops]

So I guess this is goodbye.

- That's my baby.
- Oh, yeah.

I'll wait.

[soft music]

♪ ♪

- She's gone.
- Yeah.

Everybody's gone.

You're exhausted.

[crying] I'm not okay.

Hey. You got her here.

She'll find someone.

She's good at it.

She found you.


Frank, Key!

Come out.

You're never gonna find it.

Frank dropped my stethoscope
in the water.

- They're so stupid.
- So are you.

Where is Auddie?

- I don't know.
- What'd you tell her?

That sometimes you do house calls.

But you'd come back. You always do.

Oh, there you are.

It's only a few days.

Promise me I'll see your face again.

- Promise.
- Okay.

I love you.

Take care of your big brothers.
They need you.

[A Tribe Called Quest's
"Can I Kick It?"]

♪ ♪

♪ Can I kick it? ♪

♪ Yes, you can ♪

♪ Can I kick it? ♪

♪ Yes, you can ♪

♪ Can I kick it? ♪

♪ Yes, you can ♪

♪ Can I kick it? ♪

♪ Yes, you can ♪

♪ Can I kick it? ♪

♪ Yes, you can ♪

♪ Can I kick it? ♪

♪ Yes, you can ♪
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