Carter deals with tenant drama at an apartment tower during a ride-along that later has deadly consequences, Lucy has to hide a cancer diagnosis from an ill woman at the behest of the patient's family, Carol finds out she is pregnant, Kerry reflects on her own family issues when an injured wrestler comes to the ER, and Greene continues to help Mobalage, who may be deported if he can't tell the INS about the abuse he suffered in Nigeria.
Did You Know?
The title is from the childhood rhyme that is meant to repel name callers: Stick and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. See more
During the trauma with the young girl, just after he says, "We can take it from here," Dr. Greene's hand touches the piece of wrought iron fence sticking out of the girl's mouth. It moves quite a bit indicating that it is made of foam or rubber and not iron. See more
Dr. John Carter
I tell you, you've gotta love this night shift.
Nurse Yosh Takata
No, you don't.
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