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[S15E7] Anybody Have A Map

Richard is doing an ultrasound on Frankie while the other nurses watch from the hallway. She thought she had indigestion. Ginger comes in and checks out Frankie for herself. Frankie tells Ginger that Richard has it so she should stop hovering. Richard notes that she has a whole village for her. She says she always had an order in her head for her life: job, dog, house, ring, husband, baby. But she was nearing 40 with a killer job, but no man. So she made her own order and now she and "Lil Pancake" are going to be a team. Richard says the baby is fine, but she has a wandering spleen. It's cut off its own blood supply. He wants to take her to surgery, but she wants to wait for it to resolve itself. She knows going under the knife is a risk. It took a lot for her to have this baby and she doesn't want to risk it, since it's her last chance to be a mother. He relents, but tells her he's admitting her and he's going to watch her like a hawk. Ginger says they (the nurses) have that covered.

[S15E7] Anybody Have a Map


Meredith says they've always hoped the patient was Bono and at some point, it actually has to be Bono. Tom says he met Bono once. Catherine tells them about her patient. She has moderate-severe back pain and had a CT. Catherine then takes them to a room where they look at multiple scans of a spinal tumor. It's aggressive and beautiful. Meredith wants a biopsy to check for cancer, but Tom cheekily says he wants to meet the patient first. Catherine says they already have. She's the patient.

Maggie is angrily getting dressed to leave while Jackson tries to defend himself. She's just a friend. He's not cheating. She says she's too smart to believe that. She cuts her foot on a shard from the broken wine glass, but stumbles down the stairs anyway. He tells her that he met Kate while he was at a monastery. He tells her she's right about the PTSD, and being out in nature helped. He says he didn't sleep with Kate or anyone else. He didn't even kiss her. They just talked. Kate had lost her brother and was looking for peace. Jackson asks her to sit down so he can tend to her foot. Jackson gives her his phone to look through the texts herself. She was just someone to talk to about what he lost because she understood it even better than he did. Maggie's surprised that he's still talking to Kate. Jackson says it's not like that. It's just nice to talk to people who have been through the same thing he has. She asks who else he's been talking to. He says he talks to April sometimes.

Frankie is in pain again. Richard does an ultrasound, which showed fluid, likely blood, in her abdomen. He books an OR and orders the gallery closed. He then tells a nurse to get Alex Karev and page the chief of OB in case they have to deliver the baby. Frankie begs him not to take her to surgery, but he tells her there's nothing she can't handle.

Richard is at an AA meeting, where he listens to Gina talk. Another person says he hasn't seen Richard for a while and is glad he's back. Gina talks about losing her job and then finding a bar that offers shots for AA chips, one shot per year. She felt lucky because she didn't have any money, but she had four years of sobriety. She's ashamed, but she's back. Richard grabs his coat and walks out.

I know the risks. I don't care; $41,632 dollars. That's what this kid cost. Three rounds of IVF and a miscarriage. I'm not telling you this so you feel sorry for me. This baby is worth all of my time all of it. I'm telling you this because this is it. I literally have all of my eggs in one basket. This is it. I am not going.

The scenes between Richard and Frankie were touching (especially when she could tell something was bothering him and asked about each member of his family), but the OB-GYN should have been on the case, not Richard, and Alex came into the fold too late.

As for April, it's hard for Maggie, but April is the mother of his child and his best friend too. Jackson is always going to talk to April, and she will always be a part of his life. That alone will have him sharing things with her that he may not share with Maggie, and she may have to adjust to that.

I spent most of my life being five steps ahead of everyone else and no one wants to be friends with that girl. That girl doesn't have any dates or fights. She didn't learn how to fight... I never learned how to really love, or fight, or let anyone in without it feeling like the end of the world. You have been married, and divorced, and you have a child, and you lost a child, and you are five steps ahead of me, and I don't really know how to catch up.

I'm interested in how Jaggie will get past this bump in their relationship, but I have no doubts that Maggie will be by his side to support him when he finds out about Catherine because that's what she does.

Meredith has a patient whose family is celebrating Day of the Dead, making the doctors remember loved ones they have lost. Richard shares unexpected news with Meredith about her father, Thatcher. Meanwhile, Teddy tries to tell Owen that she is pregnant but they get sidetracked, and Jo encourages Link to pursue one of the doctors.

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The search for Church leads Dylan, Jax, and the Blood Gulch Crew to an abandoned city, where they find one of several experimental relays that have been bouncing Church's message around the galaxy. While Dylan traces the signal, the group split up to look around, despite Sarge's insomnia-prompted warnings of ghosts in the city, and Jax, Caboose, and Simmons recognizing it as a scenario for a horror movie.

Cox says "It's enough for probable cause. I'll get a warrant. Call CSU." Rollins says "CSU? Come on, do we have to make a show out of this?" Fin says "Amanda, you worrying about that school?" Rollins says "No. Jackie Walker. He's an openly gay male teacher. He's a celebrity. He gets accused of pedophilia? I mean, the charges may go away, but the stain won't." Cox coldly says "I'm touched by your concern. We'll keep it in mind."

Benson looks disappointed, and Fin says "What do you want from us, counselor?" Cox says "More. He was grooming Jonah with these sex toys. There have to be other kids. I'll call the principal, and put some fear into him."

Cox quickly says "How about Jackie? Prints? DNA?" Rollins says "No. And a lot of people have access to that room." Benson says "Those kids told us that he used eggs, they told us where he kept them, and now you have the DNA." Amaro says "Look, you wanted more, counselor. What are we waiting for?"

Amaro says "Why? Just because he's charming? Look, we've seen this before, alright? We have the DNA, Liv and I were in the box with him." Rollins says "Yeah. All I'm saying, we all know that Liv is working through some things, and her judgment...I just think that she's pushing this one too hard." Amaro, who is Benson's partner, says "I'm going to side with my partner here." Rollins says "Of course you are."

Barba says "How old?" Rollins says "Six, seven." Barba says "Still not swearable to most judges. So, we've got no testimony. His prints aren't on this egg thing. We still don't have a case. Have any of the older students come forward?"

Rollins says "No, not one." Cox says "But that's not unusual. I mean, the Savile assaults went unreported for decades. I mean, these parents have, have seen the headlines. They don't want their kids caught up in it." Benson says "The first boy, Jonah, has an older sister, Brooke. She's 15. She studied with Jackie Walker when she was four."

Jackie says "They didn't leave me. I dropped them. The season was starting, and I had to choose who I was going to coach for American Diva. I went with Grace. To make it, you have to be really special, and those girls just really aren't."

Benson says "Did you tell them that?" Jackie says "Yeah. I did them a big favor. I saved them from ten years of waiting for a break that would never come." Rollins says "And I'm betting they didn't take that really well." Upon realizing what Brooke and Rachel have done to him for dropping them, Jackie says "Oh my God." Now Benson knows that Jackie has been telling the truth all along.

Rollins says "You know, you guys can keep telling yourselves whatever you want. This didn't have to happen." Rollins walks away, as the camera focuses on a guilt-ridden Benson, and the episode fades to black.

Meanwhile, Randy (in order to hold on to his childhood dreams of becoming a rockstar) starts performing Tween Wave music at the local bowling alley under the name "Steamy Ray Vaughn," shitting his pants as part of the act. A pair of old farmers watch his performances and become dismayed at the damage Randy is doing to his "britches". During a duet with a woman billing herself as "Steamy Nicks," Sharon barges in and drags him home, resulting in a huge argument. Sharon complains that life with Randy keeps getting more ridiculous, while in the background the two old farmers break into the Marsh home and steal Randy's britches, feeling that they have "suffered enough". Randy reveals that the reason he does so many weird things (like getting into fights with other dads at baseball games, playing World of Warcraft obsessively, and becoming a celebrity chef) is because he is unhappy. Sharon says she is also unhappy; the two agree that they have grown apart and do not feel the same way about each other anymore.

Callie concludes she is a lesbian after all and starts to date Dr. Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw). Meredith gives Izzie and Alex the wedding ceremony she was supposed to have with Derek so they can get hitched before Izzie dies. George joins the army and is immediately hit by a bus. As he lies dying in one room, Izzie flat-lines in another. Tough season at Seattle Grace.

Everyone arrived in northern Oregon and learned that they would have to partner up with local businesses with private lots because they weren't allowed to park on city streets. They received $350 seed money. Rainy weather on the first day affected most of the trucks by limiting foot traffic. After the speed bump was announced, all the trucks raised their prices to stretch the food they got. Frankfoota, Tikka Taco, and Philly's Finest ran out of food before the second day. Everyone was able to restock mid-way into the second day and they got a Truck Stop challenge that had them changing their menu (they could only sell dishes with geoduck in it) and their prices (their dishes had to be $10 or less). The Franfoota truck got a $60 ticket on their car. 041b061a72

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