The Night Shift: Stagione 2, Episodio 9
Girato in USA, prima visione americana è Lunedì 13 Aprile 2015 sul NBC. Prima visione italiana Martedì 30 Giugno 2015 su Infinity.
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Trama, Sinossi Episodio
Kenny viene promosso a capo sala, per merito della sua competenza, delle sue doti umane e della sua disponibilita'. Paul prende a cuore la sorte di un bambino malato di fibrosi cistica, il quale avrebbe bisogno di un costoso farmaco che il sistema sanitario non rimborsa. Impietosito dalle condizioni del bambino, Paul approfitta del nuovo ruolo di Kenny e sfruttando una disattenzione di quest'ultimo, gli "prende in prestito" il badge e sottrae dalla farmacia il costoso farmaco di cui il bambino ha bisogno. Ragosa e' distrutto, per via del fatto che non e' riuscito a pagare l'hotel nel quale si sarebbe dovuta svolgere la festa di compleanno della figlia.
Sinossi originale: The shift begins with some great news - Kenny is being promoted to charge nurse! And just in time, too, because the night is about to get hectic... While Drew and Krista attend an Army promotion ceremony for Drew's friend Javi, a man pulls out a gun on Javi's Colonel and starts shooting. He hits the Colonel in the chest and Javi's wife Gina in the head, nicking an artery. Drew immediately springs into action and tackles the gunman. He and Krista then do triage on site before rushing the victims to the hospital. As Drew sews up Gina's gash, he learns she's been suffering from chronic headaches. When her CT scan comes back, he learns why: she has a huge spider web of tangled arteries in her brain, and the force of the bullet hitting her skull caused it to bleed. She needs emergency surgery - they have to get it out before it ruptures! Luckily, Gia's surgery is a success, and when she wakes up, she and Javi inform Drew that he's a success as well. Not only is he getting a commendation for his heroic actions, but a video of him taking down the shooter has gone viral - he's a star! It turns out the shooter is the Colonel's brother-in-law, who was pissed he wouldn't co-sign a business loan and lost it. Krista and Drew fit the Colonel with a pacemaker, but suddenly he goes into anaphylactic shock - he's having an allergic reaction to the pacemaker! They immediately remove it, but now have to figure out what he was allergic to, and if there is a pacemaker that doesn't contain that allergen. They skin-test him and determine he's allergic to cobalt, and luckily Ragosa manages to hunt down a pacemaker that doesn't have cobalt in it. Nice save, Ragosa! Meanwhile, a father and daughter are rushed in with stab wounds, and it appears the daughter inflicted them. Amanda, 20, had been having a fit all day and then attacked her dad. Frank is at a loss - Amanda's been having psychological issues for the past six years and nobody can diagnose her. The police officer who responded to the incident is hell-bent on hauling her to jail or the nuthouse, but the doctors are determined to figure out what's wrong with her. She complains of chronic back and stomach pain, but every doctor has told her it's psychosomatic. Topher and TC rack their brains, trying every test in the book, but they just can't crack the case... until Amanda starts peeing purple. They suddenly realize she has porphyria, which causes her psychiatric symptoms and skin blisters, and her menstrual cycle set off an acute attack. The doctors figured it out just in time, too. The cop is back and wants to take Amanda to jail. When she sees him, she starts freaking out, but Topher quickly gives her the medicine she needs and she immediately starts feeling better. Both Frank and Amanda are so grateful to Topher and TC - they saved Amanda from being sent to the psych ward! Paul's latest patient is Marcus, a little boy with cystic fibrosis who came in with his mom Julie complaining of pneumonia - for the third time this year. Paul starts treatment, but it's not working. Marcus needs a nebulized antibiotic, but Medicaid won't approve it. Paul goes to Jordan to see what they can do, but she tells him it's no use. But Paul's not taking no for an answer and comes up with a new plan. He sees Kenny's pharmacy ID lying around and decides to use it to steal the drugs Marcus needs. The meds start working immediately, and Marcus starts to feel better. Julie is beyond grateful, and on her way out slips her number into Paul's lab jacket. Throughout the night, Ragosa is freaking out because he just lost the venue for his daughter Naomi's quinceañera. He confides in Jordan that with the divorce and pay cut, he's maxed out his credit cards and can't pay for the party. He's afraid of devastating his daughter and inciting a war with his ex-wife. Lydia then comes down to the hospital to yell at Ragosa and make him feel even worse about the situation. Jordan sees this and has an idea. As soon as Ragosa leaves for the day, she organizes the doctors and nurses and sets up a makeshift quinceañera for Naomi at the local bar. TC even escorts her to the party on his motorcycle! As everyone enjoys the festivities, Drew finds Krista sitting by herself outside. She has the results from her breast cancer gene test and is terrified to open them. Drew promises he'll support her no matter what, but there's no need - it's negative! Inside, Kenny tells Paul he knows he stole his ID, but while he's pissed, he'll cover for Paul... this time.
Titolo Originale: Parenthood
Prima trasmissione Originale: Lunedì 13 Aprile 2015 su NBC
Premiere USA: Lunedì 13 Aprile 2015 su NBC
Prima trasmissione in Italia: Martedì 30 Giugno 2015 su Infinity
Serie Televisiva: The Night Shift
Stagione: 2 - Episodio: 9
Durata: 40 minuti
Genere: Medical Drama, Commedia, Drammatico
Ascolti Prima TV: 5.520.000 telespettatori