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[S8E10] Ow, Ow, Don't Stop

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[S8E10] Ow, Ow, Don't Stop

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Alan has been having a relationship with Lyndsey, the mom of Jake's best friend, Eldridge. When Jake finds out, he stops visiting on weekends and moves in with Judith and Herb permanently, until Alan apologizes to Jake there; Jake gets caught sneaking two girls out of his room; Charlie decides to quit boozing (although all he really does is switch to beer and wine) after a drunken attempt to mail his pants back to the fabric inspector.

Berta takes off work for a few days to attend her family reunion and lines up a replacement, Esmeralda. When Esmeralda turns out to be a much better worker than Berta, Charlie and Alan don't want to let Esmeralda go. Meanwhile, Lyndsey decides she doesn't want to get back together with her ex-husband, Chris, and hooks up with Alan again. Then, Alan fears an angry Chris is stalking, threatening, and planning to kill him.

Jo, Leah, and Stephanie are talking about studying for the intern exam when Stephanie and Leah notice that Jo is wearing sexy underwear. Jo tells them that she wants to be prepared for whenever Alex makes the first move, something she's been waiting on for the entire week. She doesn't want to make the first move herself, as she doesn't want to look slutty. Leah gets paged to the ER while Stephanie agrees with Jo that it's weird that Alex hasn't made a move yet.Cristina and Arizona are following Owen down the hallway. Arizona got a haircut, which Cristina noticed, and asks her to say that she looks nice. Cristina does so, while Owen stops walking. He opens up the doors to the outpatient surgery wing. The wing has been completely destroyed by the storm. As the outpatients are now overloading the regular ORs, he wants the board to come together to find a solution, but Cristina and Arizona are already swamped, as Meredith and Derek are on leave, Richard is down and Arizona and Callie can't be in the same room together. Arizona asks about the insurance company, but Owen tells that they are too busy with other storm cases. Arizona thinks the hospital needs doctors more than it needs board members, but Owen tells them the hospital needs both, telling them that they need to be doctors and board members at the same time. Arizona goes off to see her patient, making Owen sigh. Cristina wants to comfort him, but she realizes they broke up, so she leaves, too.

Callie asks April if she's heard back yet, and hums when April tells her she hasn't. "You think that's bad?" a nervous April asks. "You think it's good?" Callie snaps back. Leah asks if she should tell the husband what the patient asked her to tell him. Callie starts applying the story to her own love life. "I don't have to tell him, right?" Leah asks, and Callie suggests she just doesn't let the woman die. Arizona comes in, reminding Callie that they have couple's therapy in the evening. Callie snaps that she doesn't know if she'll come, and Arizona promises she'll be there.

Cristina is telling her patient that his cardiac function will improve after the surgery. He's already had a transplant, which is why he and his parents are delighted that another transplant isn't necessary thanks to the surgery. Alex reminds them of the risks, mentioning that putting Michael on the list for a new heart is a much safer option. The mother tells them about how she thought that her son was dying while waiting for the heart the first time, and the whole family agrees that they don't want to go through that again. Cristina tells them that they'll proceed with the surgery if the MRI is good. Outside the room, Alex and Cristina talk about the surgery.

As Stephanie and Jackson are excited to start working on the case, Jackson mentions he's glad Owen got the message that he's doing the surgery, whether Owen likes it or not. They enter the room, only to find it empty. Nurse Kathleen informs them that Owen moved the patient. "I don't think he got the message," Stephanie says.

Owen finds Cristina looking at her patient's scans. They talk about the surgery, and Owen agrees with Alex. Cristina says she's gonna do the surgery. Owen says he'd normally kiss her and wish her luck. Callie walks by and asks from the doorway if couple's therapy helped them. "Obviously not, right? I mean, look at you guys," she answers her own questions. As Owen leaves, Callie gets a call, and we hear a monitor crashing. "You don't cut the clavicle! No! Don't do that without me!" Callie says as she runs off.

Cristina and Alex are still operating. Cristina says that he needs to get over the special thing and that he should just throw Jo over his shoulder and take her to the bedroom. "She's the thing that's special, dumbass," she says. She also tells him to stop being scared about the patient. Cristina watches the monitor and realizes that the kid needs a new heart.

April tells Jackson that her patient died, and now she's waiting for more bad news. She says that the previous year, she found out that she failed before she got home that evening. This year, it's been 48 hours and she still hasn't heard. She thinks that they just stop talking to you when you failed twice when she suddenly gets a message. She gives her phone to Jackson as she can't open it, and he congratulates her. She is delighted, and they give each other a high five. "Like you said, it's all you," Jackson says. He congratulates her once again, and they walk away.

Cristina and Owen are in all alone in an elevator. Cristina proposes to date other people, as it'll help them to stop being drawn together. She asks him to at least try it. "I'll try," he says as he walks out of the elevator.

Kathleen was punctured in the chest by a broken baseball bat. She also had a wrist fracture, which Callie reduced in the trauma room and instructed Leah to splint. They took her into surgery to remove the fragments of wood. In surgery, her subclavian was bleeding and April figured out that the only way to access the bleeding to stop it was to cut the clavicle, despite Callie's protests. However, before Callie could get to the OR to stop her, April made the cut. While Callie was trying to repair the break, Kathleen stroked out. Attempts to resuscitate her were unsuccessful and she was pronounced dead in the OR. The clot formed quickly due to a coagulation disorder.

Jerry: Did you find out who stabbed him?Elaine: Yeah, it turns out it was his ex-girlfriend.Jerry: Well, you're not going near this hooligan anymore.Elaine: Well, I don't know. I mean, think about it, Jerry. There must be something exciting about this guy if he can arouse that kind of passion. I mean, to be stab-worthy. You know, it's kind of a compliment.Jerry: Yeah, too bad he didn't get shot. He could have been the one.Jerry: What happened?Newman: Kramer bit me!Jerry: (about Elaine's blind date) They like to call it a set-up now. I guess the blind people don't like being associated with all those losers.George: That's my apartment. I earned it with 34 years of misery.Alan: Tough luck, chinless!George: The Stockholm may not have sunk ya, but I will!Elaine: A bird ran into my giant freak-head.Jerry: What giant freak-head?Elaine: The one that sits atop my disproportionately puny body. I'm a walking candy apple!George: Ahoy, Mr. Eldridge. I understand you were on the Andrea Doria.Mr. Eldridge: Yes, it was a terrifying ordeal.George: I tell ya, I hear people really stuff themselves on those cruise ships. The buffet, that's the real ordeal, huh, Clarence?Mr. Eldridge: We had to abandon ship.George: Well, all vacations have to end eventually.Mr. Eldridge: The boat sank.George: According to this, it took ten hours. It eased into the water like an old man into a nice warm bath, no offense.Jerry: Elaine, Newman is my sworn enemy, and he lives down the hall from my home. My home, Elaine! Where I sleep; where I come to play with my toys.Elaine: All I have to do is call him up, and sit with him, and show him that it doesn't bother me. You know, laugh it off. Or jam a fork into his forehead.Jerry: Either way.Elaine: I found out he's a bad breaker-upper.Jerry: Bad how?Elaine: Well, you know when you break up, how you say things you don't mean? Well, he says the mean things you don't mean, but he means them.Jerry: I follow. So, what are you going to do?Elaine: Dump him. I can't be with someone who doesn't break up nicely. I mean, to me, that's one of the most important parts of a relationship.Kramer: 51 people died.George: 51 people? That's it?! I thought it was like a thousand!Kramer: 1060 survivors.George: Thats no tragedy! How many do you lose on a regular cruise? 30? 40?! George: In closing, these stories have not been embellished because they need no embellishment. They are simply, horrifyingly the story of my life as a short, stocky, slow-witted bald man. (George gets up to leave and adds, almost as an afterthought) Oh, Oh, also.. my fiance died from licking toxic envelopes that I picked out. Alan: (to Elaine) You've got a big head. It's too big for your body.George: (about Mr. Eldridge) Even if he did suffer, that was, like, forty years ago! What has he been doing lately? I've been suffering for the past thirty years up to and including yesterday!Jerry: (about George's new apartment) So, it's a two-bedroom one-bath make-your-friends-hate-ya?Jerry: I've been trying to jam stuff in the box, like you told me, but sometimes it says, "Photographs - Do not bend."Newman: "Do not bend?" (laughs) Just 'crease, crumple, cram'; you'll do fine.Kramer: No doctors for me. A bunch of lackeys and yes-men all towing the company line. Plus, they botched my vasectomy.Jerry: They botched it?Kramer: I'm even more potent now!Newman: You can't deliver mail!Jerry: Well, why not?Newman: I guess you're right. It's just walking around putting it into boxes.Notes and TriviaWhen George recounts the unfortunate events of his life to the rental board, he tells them about real on-screen events from "The Subway" (season 3), "The Limo" (season 3), "The Hamptons" (season 5), "The Rye" (season 7), and "The Invitations" (season 7).George reveals his age to be 34 even though he gave his age as 33 in "The Heart Attack", six seasons ago.When Jerry says, "My home, Elaine! Where I sleep; where I come to play with my toys," he is alluding to a line by Don Corleone in the "The Godfather, Part II". (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();GoofsWhen George is in his new apartment the door says it is apartment number 608. When the head of the tenant association comes down to talk to him, she says that Mr. Eldridge from Apt. 8C is getting the apartment. What kind of weird apartment has two different numbering systems?Kramer tells George that 51 people died and 1066 were rescued from the Andrea Doria. The actual numbers were 46 dead with 1660 survivors.CastJerry SeinfeldJerry SeinfeldJulia Louis-DreyfusElaine BenesMichael RichardsCosmo KramerJason AlexanderGeorge CostanzaWayne KnightNewmanEstelle HarrisEstelle ConstanzaJerry StillerFrank CostanzaTom GallopAlanRay StricklynClarenceDiana BellamyMrs. RicardiRick HallVetCarl BanksPoliceman #1Barry CutlerPoliceman #2Kevin SteinbergWaiter (as Kev O'Neil)Ossie MairDriverFred PinkardOld ManRenEx-Girlfriend (as Rene Weisser)Brian BlondellDog GuyTheresa MulliganWomanFlorinel FatulescuStand OwnerRuth CohenRuthie Cohen(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push(); (function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m)function() (i[r].q=i[r].q,i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o), m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m) )(window,document,'script','','ga'); ga('create', 'UA-72114028-1', 'auto'); ga('send', 'pageview'); Privacy Policy Website Terms of Service 041b061a72


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