Monique was diagnosed with a bacterial infection, acquired from her old, well used loofah.
Russell was suffering from the poison of a scorpion sting, which occurred when he stuck his hand into the mouth of the dinosaur where the scorpion was hiding.
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Evan: The resignation was very clear. The reason was not though, to me or to Hank. But I have a theory.
Jeremiah: What is your theory?
Evan: Divya overheard me telling Paige about your feelings for her. Is that a good theory?
Jeremiah: Divya knows?
Evan: I'm sorry. I'm so sorry I broke your trust.
Jeremiah: Evan, I'm not upset with you. Um, that... that's not the reason that I resigned.
Hank: So I heard you resigned because of me.
Jeremiah: Yes. Sorry that wasn't more clear.
Hank: Look, what happened wasn't your fault. It had to do...
Jeremiah: It seems I'm still being vague. I don't feel guilty. I feel angry. You came to me because you knew you could manipulate me. When I suggested alternatives to what you wanted, you deflected them. When I chose not to serve your expectations, you went behind my back. You took advantage of me 'cause you knew I respected you. And you didn't respect me back. That's why I'm angry.
Paige: Boris is in town for the weekend. But we can move back in once he leaves. Until we have to vacate again. The price of not having our own home.
Evan: She keeps bringing it up. It's so funny.
Boris: No apology necessary, Hank. I can't expect you to complicate your life so that I may simplify mine, but it was worth a try.
Evan: You want me to leave my job and all my responsibilities behind, so I can run off to Paris for your job? I told you, I... I made promises that I have to keep.
Paige: I have to go.
Evan: I have to stay.
Hank: You wanna let me go? That's fine. I'll go back to practicing the way I did before, and we'll all be happier.
Shelby Shackelford: That'd be nice, but unfortunately, it's not that simple. Your contract also has a non-compete clause. So you're welcome to go back to where you were as long as it's not within 200 miles of here.
Jeremiah: Joining Hankmed was a very difficult adjustment for me. But you made it so much easier with your kindness and your compassion. In retrospect, I believe that's when my feelings began. I just never found the strength to tell you.
Divya: Yeah, you did. You found it today.
Hank: So I thought about what you said. It was manipulative to ask you to prescribe those meds and then disregard your advice. I needed to prove that I could shoulder the burden all on my own. I needed to prove it to HankMed, to our patients, to myself. But that was my problem, and I made it yours. I just... I didn't treat you with the respect you deserve. But I do respect you, Jeremiah. I mean, since you came here, you've met every challenge you've faced. And I'm very sorry that I was one of them. I hope you'll come back because we need you. I need you.
Jeremiah: I accept your apology. And thank you for the explanation. I wanted to please you, and I compromised my medical judgment because of that and because of insecurities about other issues in my life. So I... I'm partly responsible. But I mustn't risk repeating those errors. So... I can't work with you ever again.
Hank: Jeremiah, I understand your hesitation to give HankMed... well, to give me your trust again. But I have a proposal. What if you could return to HankMed and not work with me at all?
Jeremiah: How would that be possible?
Hank: You would be in charge, and I wouldn't.
Paige: Why does it always take a crisis for this team to play well? Why does it take a historic blizzard or a fake auction sting or an actual scorpion sting for us to come together?
Evan: You mean why do we have a troubled romance?
Hank: Just out of curiosity, does your offer still stand?
Boris: You can take the Hank out of HankMed?
Hank: HankMed has another doctor, one I trust completely. He's agreed to run the practice while I'm away.
Boris: This is quite spontaneous of you, Hank. Will they survive?
Hank: They'll be fine. The question is, will I? I need some time away. I need some distance, some perspective. And as hard as it may be, I need to appreciate that everything will be okay even if I'm not around.
Boris: I see. This would be different from our arrangement up until now, Hank.
Hank: In what way?
Boris: At this point, I'm not interested in sharing you anymore. I would need a full commitment.
Hank: Any idea when you'll be back?
Boris: Maybe next summer? And maybe not.
Hank: How long till we leave?
Boris: How fast can you pack?
Hank: I've always traveled light.